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The importance of the Prophet Alaysha's teachings and the importance of avoiding mistakes in social interactions is emphasized in a radio show. The speakers emphasize the importance of fasting every month and practicing daily prayer to create a difference in one's worship. The worship process is short and requires attention to one's actions. The importance of honoring Allahuays in a prayer and not overestimating the power of words is emphasized. The segment ends with advice on how to properly identify who is speaking and what is meant by words.

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome to Monday's episode of ASCII men where we go to be for the next hour to take your questions brothers and sisters and get them answered for you authentically according to the Quran and Sunnah as usual. So to give us a call dot o 235150769. Otherwise for all of our other options, such as our WhatsApp number, email address, and our YouTube live stream, you can find all of the details coming and going at the bottom left side of your screen inshallah. So that further ado, I'll be your host for today. And joining us is Imam Waseem Kempson. Salam aleikum. Sheikh How are you today? I'm very well, humbler chef so as we start every show, I'd

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like to ask for a short remind the chef and then we can get started with some questions in Shan Shan la misma lo Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Bala salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatu been sisters vuser home.

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So I want to mention

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that the ARIA Radi Allahu Allahu Anhu he said,

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How table nurser be may have her moon. Now you should speak to people you should address people in a way that they understand or to read and you can see below him or Rasulullah would you like or that they would deny Allah subhanaw taala Allah and His Messenger SallAllahu sallam. Now this very important narration falls exactly in line with what a lot about what Allah tells us in the Quran or the LSB Rebecca will Hekmati will ever tell Hasina, dill humility here are some that you call to the path of your LORD with hekman with wisdom using the Quran and the Sunnah. Now

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that our calling people to Islam is on the one hand, very simple. We're calling the people to worship Allah subhanaw taala.

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But at the same time also it is an art

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meaning that there are certain principles and certain guidelines that we should adhere to, to ensure inshallah to Allah that that message is delivered in the correct way.

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And this narration of Alia Radiolarian, who is very important for us, that you should understand your audience, you should understand the person that you're speaking to. And we find in the Quran, a number of different ways of how the prophets or Lahemaa salatu salam, how they would differ or they would

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differ from the

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people who were calling to other than Allah subhanaw taala So the Prophet alayhi wa sallam Yes, would call to to hate worship your Lord. And there are examples of for example, who would and soil had tried to him Salatu Salam is mentioned in different places in the Quran, those three sets of prophets in two different places in the Quran.

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Allah call me Buddha, Allah humma Allah, Camila Henro Oh my people, you have no other Lord except Allah subhanaw taala worship your Lord alone. However, each of their peoples had different vices had different sins had different forms of disobedience. So therefore the way that they would speak to their people would be different. Okay, you know, for example, we weren't sure if a Salem would, you know, he would say to them, I see you in a good situation, he would level with them, because they were well off, they had lots of money, it's cheap people. They said, You know, I fear that because you know, you're in a good situation, but I was afraid that you you will receive the punishment of

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Allah subhanaw taala. So this was his way or a salaam as of speaking to his people, not just WARNING WARNING, but to try to get to their hearts. And similarly, when we speak to people, we should try to open their hearts and not just come with commands, this is what you need to do, and you don't do this. You should

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deliver the message in a very wise way. It's a very long topic. In fact, books have been written on that lectures given on it, about how to be wise, when delivering the message of Islam or delivering the message of goodness. And this has something to tell it can come through experience it can come through learning and advice. So I ask Allah azza wa jal to allow us to be wise when we give them a lot of circular shift. This is actually something I've been thinking about recently check because sometimes in social media on just online, you come across or I come across people giving dower but sometimes the you know the manna mail or order for their for their man, it doesn't look consistent

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with that of the Prophet alayhi salam because you know, understandably times can get frustrating sometimes repeating yourself situations, but sometimes it doesn't come up

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Ross says it's the way the Prophet done it. Yeah. And other things I think can be forgiven. Sure. But when it comes to Dawa, I think it can't be because that is what the prophet done. Yeah, you know, more than anything else was, you know, the message. So I think that's an important element, you have to remember that if you're speaking on behalf of Islam, or especially, especially when you're calling people to Islam, whether it's Muslims or non Muslims, you have to remember how the Prophet done it. And so I think, you know, what is a good question, a good point to make, I think that to gauge whether what you're doing at any one time, is try to imagine that a person who has

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never ever met you doesn't know what you do, and has never seen you call people to Islam.

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Because you might say that, you know, mashallah previous interactions with other people, mashallah, it's very good. And this has some context,

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it will be very different from what's been done in the past,

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maybe, you know, praise worthy within itself. But let's, let's isolate one incident that person may have done, and that person has never met, you sees that incident where you think maybe that wasn't so wise, that person may then judge your whole work on that one incident,

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which may, within that person who's never come in contact with you before may leave a negative impact on you think, Oh, what is this? So it's very important and you can gauge yourself has tried to isolate every single incident that you do. And imagine that a person has never met, you would see that, how would they feel about what you're doing?

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If you look at the life of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, you'll find that on any occasion,

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regardless of the situation, if you see what was happened, or what happened or judgment that was given or the advice that was given, you will always see a consistency in the central message that was given the okay. And no doubt, the way that the Prophet Lisa to Salam gave Dawa. Likewise all the prophets, Allah Himself, how they gave doubt in the Quran. And similarly to the Sahaba Rhodiola. And how Islam was able to spread so quickly Subhanallah

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to people who had never met Islam before, and that mount in that way, but in a very, very short period Subhanallah the people just entered into Salam in their droves. Not that they were forced to that there was a minority of Muslims who are, you know, ruling over a country, not at all the people is that the Muslims went into a country and hundreds of the people embraced Islam. This is proof of what the Islam was not imposed on the people.

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Yes, it ruled the country, but the people itself also embraced Islam, which is something you can't force people to do. So it's very important for us to look at these important elements of Dawa like Allah has a full grip into question, what you just said, hum, like brought to mind that it took 23 years of the Prophet's life and doubt.

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And that 23 years is the result of so much.

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I think sometimes

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myself, and maybe we will do this because I've just realized, now maybe we neglect to look at the efforts of the Prophet Alison, and the sahaba. And me and, and we think that this all came from, you know, this was all from Allah, of course, as everything is from Allah from Allah. But the efforts have 323 years because what brings mind a lot of our Muslim organizations now whether they be charity, wherever they're in that bracket of 25 to 30 years old, when they celebrate these anniversaries, I will look at the the life of the prophet or 23 years, if you consider it an organization, it the impact and change it had is massive. It is this is an element of this. The work

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that the hard work that went into it by the prophet and the sahaba. Listen, I guess, yes, a couple of issues. The first one is that if Allah subhanaw taala willed Allah as a result would will that everybody just be servants and Muslims on us, okay? But that's not what Allah azza wa jal wants from his creation, to impose Islam to everybody's job or just servants for somebody, rather Allah subhanaw taala wants us to have the element of choice in certain matters and in all matters, in fact, in our will is the will of Allah Allah Allah. So Allah subhanaw taala sent Prophets Allah Himself to certain to deliver that message to the people so that people would then have a choice of

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what they're going to do okay, this is the test for us.

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ultimately, yes, everything is from a loss pantalla but things will take a natural course, that we have learnt upon existing in this world, this is how things work. Okay.

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So this is the first point for us to realize the second one is that the fact that the Prophet alayhi salam

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lived as a prophet and messenger for 23 years calling his people and then he passed on Elisa to Salaam. The Companions didn't take this as a time look at much less of a celebration with 23 years and then stop, but rather it was, it doesn't stop here. Every day that we get is another opportunity to go

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whatever year that passes, may Allah azza wa jal accept what happened in the past. Okay? And to give recognition of good works for people, no problem Chateau Tana, but it's always looking forward. Okay, that's what in any terms of goodness, anything that you do for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala don't keep looking back. Because when you look back on the things that you have done, you can fall into

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be deceived by the good that you think that you have done. Okay? It's always important that if you you gave charity forget that you gave charity, you seek that you sought to other Allah's point as reward, move on. Okay, look forward to the next opportunity that you have not you keep looking back on mashallah, that day I gave 100 pounds, or Masha Allah, I'll never forget the day that I did that. Okay, who keep looking forward charities, organizations who are involved in helping other people, if there's

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some form of get together, regardless of what they need it for. It's all about looking forward and moving on. Not staying still not you know, sitting there patting each other on the back and you know, everyone's saying, Oh, look how good we are and fantastic we are and what's the plan for the future? Okay, what happened in the past May Allah bless you may Allah will reward you. But the most important thing is to move forward and to get better and to do more.

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Does that Lakeisha thank you so much. My Laurel, would that bring us into this part of our show? When we're back? Inshallah we'll continue with our show. If you have any questions, brothers and sisters, do send them to us in sha Allah, or give us a call on oh two or 35150769 You can send us your questions, so our WhatsApp number or email address, and if you'd like if you're watching along on YouTube, you're able to leave your question at the comment section inshallah. So until we're back, stay tuned, was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome back to Ask you man Monday we're going to be here for another 45 minutes inshallah so if you have any questions give us a call and if you'd like to send us your questions and send them so our WhatsApp number, email address if you're watching along on YouTube, then you're able to send them to us at the comment section inshallah. So I'm sure he will come back after the break leikam Salah Mirandola

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Our next question is going to be from WhatsApp Jack and the question is a Salam Alikum I was in a prison cell, one night, a room with a bed and a toilet. I read aloud my salah and Quran without realizing, am I sinful

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by Bismillah.

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Offering your Salah IV me for in a situation where you have no other option of the place that you can offer your prayer, then you're forced.

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It is well known that praying in a room which has a toilet and is not permitted for us to pray in, but you had no other option. So you offering your prayer in that situation? You have no other option So may Allah still accept your Salah

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with regards to Quran is not entirely unnecessarily but you didn't know. So there's nothing upon your channel to Allah may Allah Subhana Allah make it easy for you. Thank you, sir.

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Our next question is Salam Alikum, I just wanted to ask if one has to do the mist fastings first before we do the 13th 14th and 15 false things of every month. Okay.

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So some good news on this one.

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And the good news is, is that every month, these are called White days every month and why they called the white days. And that's because the Moon is at its brightest, the full moon 13th 14th and 15th of the lunar month.

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Now, what you can do in shadow Tana to

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increase the reward of Chinatown is you can make up any missed days that you have from Ramadan and intends to force them on the 13th 14th 15th. Okay, so it's not as though you have to do them first. And then you

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do the obligation after because the obligation is there and it's small, right that you complete the obligations before the sun acts. So you can intend to fast on these three days your intention, your main intention is to make up the

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obligatory fasts and inshallah to Allah, you can get the reward of your obligatory fast and also shallow data, you can get the reward of fasting those

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those three white days of the month, and Allah has patented his best. Thank you. So

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our next question is

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I wanted to ask you this before it's the sometimes if you find that you may be worshiping you know, you're doing a five solo what you're doing, you're doing your best to do Islam and so on. And, you know, sometimes you probably find you lose, you lose yourself a bit, in a sense of, you know, why am I doing this? Of course, we all know we worship Allah and we follow the Prophet alayhi salam but that essence of the that deep in your heart, you feel it, you feel it, you know why you're doing it, and you do it with purpose. I think that's probably the most accurate thing to do with conviction and purpose. You stand in Salah you feel it, you know, you know, regardless what the man on what

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about you, you stand or maybe it's a part of him and that conviction conviction behind it, but you standard purpose, you know, and you live your life with a sense of purpose. I don't mean purpose, meaning I know why I'm doing this and that. I'm sure that's part of it. But just feeling that I am, I'm on the right path, and you know, rather than arm in chaos, and I'm trying to do this and trying to do that, and at the same time trying to juggle my wishes Islam and it's important to me, does that make sense? It makes sense. I've got an answer for you. Yes, please. Okay, so I tried to get it ties in with something that I was listening to this morning. Okay. Now there's a new research out

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now okay. But why is it that people feel that time passes quicker as they get older?

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You don't feel like that when you're young. But when you get older, and how many times do we speak that?

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That Oh, Ramadan seems to come around so quickly.

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I don't I don't necessarily agree with the research. Because the fact that that the prophets Allah Allah

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Selim told us reality will come towards the end and the time would pass quicker.

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So this is something foretold by us by the prophets of Allah.

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However, this particular research will have an impact on the answer I give regarding how to have a feeling about the worship the offering every day. The research says that, apparently, that the older you get, the quicker time feels for you. And that's because when you're very young, you're constantly making new memories. When you're young, you're constantly making new memories. So everything is new. So you feel as though a year is a year because everything's new for you. But the older you get, because you're a lot of the time you're you're repeating things, you're doing things the same that you did last year doing again, same job, okay, same kind of food, you're eating same

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clothes, maybe you have, and so therefore, you're not making any new memories. So time, your mind isn't really working anymore. So therefore, if you have something new, it kind of, maybe a month or two passes into something new. And then when there's something else new, maybe three months later, so you think nothing's happened in three months. So the time feels really, really short. So this is why the person this is why person feels that when I get older because of constant doing the same thing.

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That Time passes so quickly, not really feeling they're benefiting from the time

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how this is connected my answer when a person goes to pray, and they are in their kind of like automatic mode, Allahu Akbar, recite Fatiha and they do the same for us.

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And they do the same do as in Salah. And they do the same thing time after time after time. Okay, so to combat time, not passing so quickly, what did they say?

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They said, if you were your watch, on your right hand, put on your left. If you brush your teeth with your right hand, do with your left, do things differently. So you feel there's a difference. And you're making new memories, so you're concentrating on what you're doing.

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In your Salah, recite different soldiers recite different eras, so you're concentrating more on what you say in your Salah. Okay, so instead of saying Allahu Akbar Subhana Allah Hama, we haven't decoded our customer.

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Okay, there's one type of data that you can mention at the beginning of your Salah. God memorize another one. So now you have to go away you have to memorize and you're focusing on more what you're seeing in your prayer. Then you recite Fatiha as usual. And instead of going straight into in Outliner, Calicos office on Leila bigger one, her in Nisha Nicola butter, Allahu Akbar, read another chapter that you don't usually read. And if you haven't memorized another one, try to memorize another one. This way the salah doesn't just become

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you can do it, you know, with your eyes closed, and you know, meaning that you're not thinking about it, do more things in your Salah that are different variant. So you kind of try to tailor your you force yourself to concentrate and you'll feel your worship and more. You will feel the worship and watch and you can instill this will make a big difference, isn't it later? So I'd like to share thank you so much for the answer that that the answer the question was all launched in a very practical way as well.

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Now we'll go to our next caller of the show as salam aleikum to our caller, welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from? My name is Asha. And I'm calling from West London. MashAllah us here. Welcome to the show. And how old are you?

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That's good. Mashallah. And do you have your parents permission to be calling us? Yes. Thank you so much. And what's your question?

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My question is, what does Allah punish you when you lie to your mother?

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Okay, then do you have any other questions for us? No. Okay. Thank you so much.

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Okay, so it's a very good question. And first and foremost, we should know that listening to your mother is the most your mother's singularly the most important person in the life of a Muslim on this earth as we're living now. Okay. Of course Allah rasool Allah says I'm supersedes everybody, I'm not talking but I'm talking about people who are living with us now. Your mother is above all. And Allah azza wa jal Allah subhanaw taala on it in the Quran mentions to worship Him alone. Straight after that will be will be Wally Dini Santa, and to your parents, you must be good. Now, is there a specific punishment, that if you lie to your mother, What is Allah going to punish me with?

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If I can mention to you Hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, because we are commanded by Allah to work to listen to what our parents say.

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The professor said Do not look at the smallness or the size of your

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Sin is a big sin. It's a small sin. What happens if I do this? What happens if I do that? Rather,

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look at who you're disobeying

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you are disobeying Allah subhanaw taala. Listening to your parents, is from the biggest and best things you can do as a Muslim. Listening to your parents, especially when you're young, your parents, okay, your mother, especially your mother, and your father will never send you on a wrong path. They truly love you. Your parents will never tell you to do something, which is not good for you. Your parents are always asking you to do things maybe sometimes you don't understand why they asked me to go to bed. No, I don't want to go to bed now. Because your parents know that once you get good sleep, you can wake up fresh in the morning. And you can go to school with energy, and

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you're not falling, you know, falling asleep in class. Your parents know because they've done it once before. So whenever your parents ask you to do something,

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should always remember and listen to that. And remember, even if you say something to your parents, and you get away with the lie, always remember that Allah has no Allah subhanaw taala knows that you lied. And Allah subhanaw taala knows that you cheated or deceived or lied to your parents, and you can't hide them.

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So the good Muslim, good Muslim will never lie to their parents because they want Allah subhanaw taala to be pleased with them. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow us to have clean white hearts that we will never say anything that would harm our parents. We always listen to our parents and never say anything. We're upsetting them. And circular Fisher, thank you so much for your answer. That brings us to the end of this part of our show. Thank you Sure. Thank you to everyone who's tuned in so far. We're going to be back after our short break inshallah to continue with our show so if you have any questions brothers and sisters, then stay tuned and once we're back, give us a call

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on oh two or 35150769 Otherwise you have our other options which are WhatsApp email and YouTube coming and going at the bottom left side of your screen inshallah stay tuned for now I said I'm only going off to La ah

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome back after the break to today's ASCII my show going to be for another 30 minutes brothers and sisters if you have any questions you're very welcome to call us in shot light. cinematical shift Welcome back after the break. So we're gonna go to some of our WhatsApp questions shift our next one for today is

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could you please advise me

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regarding if a woman can trim her own hair while exiting that haram officer I'm gonna or hedge. Okay, so there's two ways of doing this. Number one, if the sister wants to ensure that her hair is straight, and I know a lot of sisters,

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they want to ensure that their hair is is left nicely, then it's probably advisable get somebody else to to trim your hair so your hair is nice and straight at the back. Okay, it's ideal situation

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is allowed for you to cut your own hair and exiting the State of Iran.

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On this situation that Alana has on deferred, some say it is permissible. The obvious the issue is that while in a state of Islam, you shouldn't remove any hair and does removing or cutting your hair to exit the state of haram while you're technically in the state of the haram. Is that violating one of the issues? Okay. So on this issue?

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We say it is permissible for you to do that. Okay, because you're exiting the state of haram, you know, moving here, just for the fun of it. But we're moving here to exit the State of Iran and there's nobody wants to do that for you, then you can do yourself alone. Thank you. Sure. Hi, next question is, if someone has been far from Allah feels weak in faith and lazy in performing a better despite being close to Allah and observant previously, how do they reconnect to Allah?

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So if a person is offering the obligations

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and feels, they feel close to Allah subhanaw taala, then the person has to look at the obligations that they're doing. First and foremost, because a person is looking for answers, where do I look? What do I do? So you have to look at what you're doing. Because the prophets lie Selim told us in a hadith of Odyssey, that Allah subhanaw taala tells us, Allah says, that a person will not be able to

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do something which is more beloved, than that what I have obligated upon them. So the obligatory actions are the most beloved actions to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And the deal is, if you want to put it this way, that if you offer your obligations in the best way that you can, and then on top of that, on top of that, you add the Noah, Phil, you add the voluntary acts of Sunon, prayers and whatnot. Then Hadith mentions that Allah azza wa jal will become the the site with which you see the hearing with which you hear with the hand with which we extend to hold things and you're the when you work the Allies was with you. It doesn't mean allows you to physically becomes part of you of course no. But it means is that everything you hear you see you speak you move you touch Allah you will have Allah subhanaw taala is a help in you being reminded of

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And this will enrich you and that you will feel value over what you're doing. You will feel straightaway that by worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. My Eman is strengthened and that I feel close to Allah subhanaw taala. So, if a person by giving analogy is that they're in a car and they don't feel like getting anywhere, okay, I'm trying to put the accelerator down isn't really going anywhere or doesn't really serving or it's not fit for purpose than what you would you need

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Do you need to look at the car? Is there something wrong with the car in many minutes fixing. Similarly, if a person is offering a bet that they feel they're doing what they, then you need to look at the quality of what you're doing. Because the formula is, as in a hadith mentions that the most beloved action is to allow the obligations. And if a person does that, and then on top of that,

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does the suit and acts the person will feel a difference in their life? If you're in a routine, like Connor, AI, kind of automatic mode, then yeah, maybe you're not going to feel it. This is why you need to vary things up recited different sources, recite different eras. Pray in different places, if you'd like, do something different, so you feel what you're doing. And make dua to Allah Subhana Allah that he softens your heart, and that you feel the worship that you're offering. Also look at maybe the sins you're involved in.

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Maybe they're involved in certain sins, which are stopping you feeling the beauty of the Ibadah that you're involved in. So make lots of mistakes. Now.

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Desert off Fisher.

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Our next question is

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I have money in my bank account less than one year, do I have to pay Zakat and am I sinful if I don't pay because it's less than a year?

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It was okay is only due after one Islamic calendar year. It's not due before that. So you're not sinful for something that's not due. So if the amount of money that you have is above the nisab, it's above the threshold, only when it's been with you for one Islamic year, only then you pay soccer. And then if you keep it after that, then yes, you are accountable for that. But of course you're not counted before the obligation becomes upon you.

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If it's a little bit early, you can pay it early. By the way, you're gonna pay us a little bit early, you can do that shorter time to remove the responsibility. Thank you, Chef. Our next question is, is most as a Muslim man and Muslim woman perform salah the same? Does the Muslim and Muslim woman perform solid the same? Or is there a difference in how men how a man performs the search there and a woman performs this great Imam from the past. Imam Ibrahim and Natalia Rahim Mahalo to add

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from Severine he said that there essentially is no difference between the prayer of a man and a woman. Okay, so when the great scholars of the past Abraham and Nakamura him a whole lot are very famous statement, there is no difference between the prayer of a man and a woman. However, it is also to be noted that there are also mentioned that if a woman is praying outside, and maybe the non Muharram men may see her, it is allowed for her to make her body when going into court and subdued a little bit within herself, not to pull her arms out, but to bring her arms in like this. So when she's going into into surgery, for example, that's permissible for her to do other than that, then

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if the woman is in the masjid, and, or in her home, then the prayer that she has is the same as the man and Eliza Jen knows best. Thank you. So

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our next question is going to be from WhatsApp. And the question is, is I wanted to ask how many times is it compulsory to raise your hands in Salah.

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So the raising of the hands

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in the prayer,

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technically rotary haram

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or the raising their hands, the sanctity of euro to be haram at the beginning of the Salah is something which all of the relevant or agreed upon, and is a must.

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The other raising of the hands within the prayer ie before you go into the pool, and after Rico, and after you come up after praying the second worker, these are all Sunon acts according to some of the dilemma. So even if you did it or you didn't do it, it doesn't affect the validity of your prayer. But at the beginning of the prayer, all of this all the Allama agree that you should do this at the beginning of your prayer.

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With that, we'll go to our next caller of the show As salam o Alikum to our caller Welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from

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West London Welcome to the show sister and your question.

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I will question is

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Salam aleikum

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Sheikh What does one do in the grand like, if someone's just upset was their self angry within their self? And even though I'm praying I'm doing what I'm trying to do in my religion.

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But what I'm just upset with myself what would like I don't know when you're angry with yourself you just like unhappy with yourself when your high school like heavy

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was the best vehicle to do like a lot of names or is there any law or any advice that the shaking give me

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Okay, thank you so much for your call. Stay tuned inshallah. Inshallah, does that. Love it.

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Okay, so if

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Do you think about as Muslims, there are different things which could potentially make us feel upset with ourselves. Okay. One of those things is something that happened when I wanted it to be a particular way. Let's say I wanted

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I wanted something to happen. It didn't happen. Okay.

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This was Allah's coda. This was Allah's decree and you should never be upset about what Allah wrote and it never happened for you, okay?

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We know that Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran, that maybe you like something, it's not good for you. And maybe there's something you don't like, but it's good for you. Allah knows and you don't, and you do not know what law you're at number one to net Allah mode.

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So if it's to do with something in the past, let it go. This was Allah's will always say Alhamdulillah. You could have never changed it. You could have never ever changed it. That's one another potential reason. A believer may be upset or down or be hard upon themselves if it's maybe concerning sins. Okay. Now,

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number one, it's a sign of Eman. It's a sign of belief that you believe or feels down or upset about certain sins. No one should feel happy about how long

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number one, number two is that everybody sins? Nobody is free from sin at all, every single Subhanallah every one of us sins. But the best one of us is the one who returns back to Allah subhanaw taala and Allah subhanaw taala you have Butoh wellbeing, and Allah loves those people who returned back to him and repent and say a stowford Allah, Allahu McFeely. So whatever sins we have committed, never despair. Okay, you've done wrong we all do wrong Subhanallah but the best thing for you to do to remove that don't be harsh on yourself. But say, you know, Oh ALLAH forgive me. You can say a stowford Allah that's best thing for you to say if you've done something wrong, you feel bad

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about our sin. Still the federal law still federal law still the federal law don't be worried about the future. Okay, just try your best is maybe a third thing that my person maybe feel worried about or anxious maybe hard upon themselves that maybe they're not achieving what they want to achieve. All you can do is your best foot tackle Lahoma stata autumn Feola as much as you can. And that's all Allah subhanaw taala wants from you. If you just bear these things in mind inshallah Allah then there's no need for you to be too hard on yourself that the future is good in Charlottetown if you turn back to Allah, thank you for the answer. Thank you so much everyone who tuned in so far. We're

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gonna take our last break of the show now and then we'll be back after a few minutes. Stay tuned and shut off for now. A cinematic

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh welcome to the last part of today's Ask him show we're going to be here for another for another 10 minutes in sha Allah for the last part of our show. If you have any questions brothers and sisters do contact us or send us your messages, all the details you'll find them coming and going in the bottom left side of your screen inshallah. So I'm sure he will come back after the break while he comes around. So this is something we've been discussing

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between the breaks I wanted to ask you, so when it's asked you about how many times you say Allah Quran, Allah salah, and we counted them to be over 20 times.

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Not this is minus the car in the solid just doing you know when we're prostrating Yeah, and so on. Yes.

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I wanted to ask you in terms of how we should reflect on when we sit how many times we say Allahu Akbar, not necessarily the quantity but

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we don't give the I felt we never give you enough precedents. Or we never highlight this when we sell out we of course, we know we move every time we say it. But we think about of card we think about the Quran, we read our culture and our salah.

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And maybe this has to do with assurance Allah. When we say Allahu Akbar, Chef, yeah.

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How should we be feeling at this moment? What should we be thinking at this moment?

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How significant is saying Allahu Akbar is a statement? Yeah.

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You know what, it's almost to start this artist to answering this

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is like, Where does this the importance of this? dhikr? Where do where do we? Where do we put it?

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And if what comes to my mind now is that our salah, which is the single most important act, physical act of worship, do we do on a daily basis, basis?

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The fact that you begin your prayer, by saying Allahu Akbar, Allah is the Greatest.

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That should tell you how important that freezes. The fact that you begin your prayer with it.

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That's the first thing.

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The second thing is obviously to understand what it means. So that when you say something, you feel what you say.

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You know, when the when you read the Quran, and you understand the Quran, those who understand the Quran and they listen to certain verses why? Why do you sometimes hear them that they cry when reciting the Quran? Why?

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Because it has that impact on the heart of a person because they understand you know, its meaning

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So when a person says Allahu Akbar, that Allah is the Greatest, what does that actually mean?

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Just a few days ago, there was some good brothers, may Allah bless them and increase them and all that is good. They did some charity walk up a mountain. And I saw some of their videos. And some of the sites

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that I saw

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what comes you just automatically you Say Subhan, Allah, Allahu Akbar.

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If you know what it means, when you see such an amazing view, of mountains and valleys, and rivers, the clouds, and the sky is just such a beautiful view, it's breathtaking. And then on the tongue of the believer is to remember the one who created that.

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So when you remember the one who created that, how great and how beautiful. That particular view is, how much greater the creator is, than that one has been created.

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just last week, I was on the plane and was flying over.

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World I've been flying over, I think it'd been over. Maybe the Pyrenees. Okay, set of mountains. I'm not sure it was, at least you could see the mountains, in distances and all the different shapes above it, and you could see the ice caps. And then you could see valleys. It was again, just an amazing sight. And it's not something you see every day.

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Not unless you're flying on a plane every day. But for me, it's not something I see every day. And again, it was just something how amazing that creation is.

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And you just remember Allah that Allah is greater than that. So when you say Allahu Akbar,

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and you move when you're into a record, and that you're bowing down, and you're saying Allah is the Greatest, and you'll come up from record, and you think Allah is the Greatest. I mean, in terms of translating the meeting, you shouldn't say that, of course, you have to say, in Arabic, Allahu Akbar. And then when you go into sujood, you say, Allah is the Greatest, and you come up from surgery and you say, Allah is the Greatest, and you go down again, Allah is the Greatest.

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When you put it in this kind of terms, and you try to think about the meaning has that much more impact. And in fact, in one salah, you say more than 20 times, and you're reminding yourself in all those positions, when you're standing, when you're bowing down. And when you're in sujood, Allah is the Greatest Allah is the Greatest Allah is the Greatest, whatever language you speak, okay, because if Arabic is not your first language, or you have difficulty understanding the Arabic language, if you just say to yourself in your own language, 20 times, Allah is the Greatest and ponder over each time that you say it. Just think about what you're saying. Okay, just think about what you're

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saying. Even when you say Alhamdulillah All praise is due to Allah.

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All praise belongs to Allah. When you say that word, you say Alhamdulillah. Because sometimes it's just a phrase that you say, but know its meaning. So for you to maybe get closer to its meaning. Say in your own language, not in Salah, outside, I'm just focusing outside of your prayer. So you say Allah, all praise and thanks is due to Allah Alhamdulillah All Praise and thanks, is due to Allah, just to allow you to understand the meaning of that word, Subhan Allah, all glory belongs to Allah and he is free from any deficiency. If you say like that Subhan Allah which is commonly translated as Glory be to Allah. But actually, it has a deeper meaning than that.

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It means that yes, Glory be to Allah, but he is also free from any imperfections that Allah is perfect.

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So as you see something amazing, you say, Subhan Allah, how perfect Allah is that he created that and allow that to happen. So

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this is almost turning into a lecture. Now I don't want to do that, because maybe there's some questions we can go through. But it's just a small piece of advice I mentioned to the brothers and sisters, about how to again necessarily helps your Salah to gain crucial and your prayer. Just understand small little phrases and go through gradually, over a period of time you realize that you are equipping yourself. And really, when you go into Salah when you say this is like you are truly surrendering to Allah, the Lord of the worlds and that nothing else matters, because you understand what you're saying. So may Allah Subhana Allah allow us to have that beautiful insight and

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understanding in our prayer, Allah Muhammad. Me Sure Thank you.

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So sometimes,

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there are questions that we receive, which are related to how do I attain who show up in Salah. And we of course, a lot of the time the question is posed from a spiritual place, you know, I do my solo but how do I connect? Is this how someone can get started or

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What is this what is meant by

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what should be understood as connecting? Meaning when you say Allahu Akbar, you know, you know what you're saying, and you know what you should be feeling while you're saying is that

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once you realize what am I doing in my prayer, what you're doing, you're conversing with your Lord. You are talking to Allah subhanaw taala. The hadith mentioned that the Prophet said that Allah said, when you say Alhamdulillah robola al Amin, the Allah says Hamid Hamadani Abdi, my slave has praised me. Okay, this happens when you pray SubhanAllah. So you are conversing with your Lord. Once you realize what you're doing in your salon, then you take it serious. If you just see it as something that is just what we offer on a daily basis, and you want to get it out of the way, then why would you expect anything more from that? You know, you want an enrichment of a feeling and then you're

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getting close to Allah subhanaw taala. And

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once you know what you're saying, okay, and you're pondering and measuring each movement, then it's a life changing experience.

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Quite simply, it's a life changing experience, because you are, you're talking to Allah subhanaw taala five times a day.

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And then if you're doing that and you're honest and sincere to Allah subhanaw taala Allah subhanaw taala will give you more than you can imagine.

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just other things that come it's one been thinking No, just leave it there.

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Thank you chef for the answer. We'll go to our next caller. Now. I said I'm Arkansas cooler. Welcome to the break. Welcome to break. Welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from?

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Salam Alikum sakoda Welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from?

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to to go to tubes

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from Birmingham, saying brother Mohammed, how are you today? I'm good. How are you? Well, Zack, like it. And your question for us. Question is that she's good. Despite me, there is any description of the way the sort of loss of discipline used to do ruku ie the position of his

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elbows, the angle of his elbows, his back as incubators into the ground and his position of his knees as

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Okay, thank you so much for them. Have a few questions and thank you for calling.

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Salam Ali.

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Okay, Michelle was very good question. And we should all look to try and to perfect our prayer, and to do little things in our prayer to make sure that it is as the perfect system. So Luke and our eight ammonius, only prayers you see me praying. And we have many companions describing how Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam would pray.

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So for example, that when he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would go into the cool that his back would be that if something like I showed on the line, and he was like,

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Cool with a cup on his back that he wouldn't, they wouldn't spill. So he would his back would be flat, as much as you can. Okay, as much as physically possible. And also that he said, I seldom would place his hands on his knees, not on our sides. But like this, maybe can't see in front of you, but his hands, his hands on his kneecaps like this. So

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because time is very short Subhanallah then maybe we can look for the Oscars. Maybe in the next show. We can maybe expand on the answer, Inshallah, to Allah, but this is some of the descriptions concerning and Allah knows best. Thank you. Sure. Thank you so much. Thank you. So everyone who's tuned in so far to Brother Mohammed who just asked the question, are you able to call again tomorrow and Sharla earlier during the show, and then we can call into question in a bit more detail. Thank you so much to everyone who's tuned in until tomorrow at the same time at 730 salamati couldn't walk into bla

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