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speler Rahman Rahim hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Ashrafi MBI uma Celine Nabina Muhammad wa ala early he was happy he had many in Ahmedabad as Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brothers sisters, welcome to your show ask the man the show he gives you the opportunity and the platform to call us live in our studio by calling us on.

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Oh 2363768570236376857 And for those of you who prefer to send us messages, all the details that you need to know is in the right hand side of the screen with Rila as you inshallah brothers and sisters I'd like to remind you Shala to pick up your phone and call us live because you know other people will benefit from your question as well as we benefit from your question with Allah so other people will be watching the show and Subhanallah someone may be one out of 1000 will benefit from the question and May Allah guide them and Allah will guide them based on your question. And also Allah Subhana Allah to guide us all insha Allah so urgent Sharla to share this rule with us inshallah

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today, and for those of you who are friends, send us all your messages by Facebook, Facebook, inshallah we are live streaming day in sha Allah, so we could do ask us your question there. It comes to me live here, and I will ask I wish you have been in LA. But what else we have? I would love to share as usual every Thursday Sheikh will seem concerned salam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatu.

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Haleakala Shia Hello, how are you today? 111 article it's been almost a week since we've done a show together. Or maybe more than a week has been covered with yours Pamela, how will you share finances then I can come to LA Shala if you can start with our show, with a quick reminder for our brothers and sisters to boost the demand within Allah so that we can start asking the questions that we have ready for you via WhatsApp and our emails on social media in short time Smilla will hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah while early he was a big manual praise belongs to Allah. And may the peace and blessings of Allah Subhana Allah Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam.

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So I want to mention

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a hadith, which is narrated by the Audubon Society while the Allahu Anhu a companionable sort of lost eye syndrome

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and it is a Hadith which is found in certain Nebrija witnessing sound and authentic hadith in which it is a long Hadith I just want to mention one part of it. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam he narrates he gave us

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like a sermon,

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the professor's and it was almost like a Farewell Sermon, in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam, in the following invention has said that, from those who live after me, that they will see many differences.

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And if you can imagine here, the prophet so I said, I'm speaking to the Companions saying that or when I leave when I pass away, that many of you will see many differences, many different ideas, many different views. And what are we supposed to do with this is returns into confusion. So here the Prophet sallallahu sallam said for Allah can be sunnah T was sunnah, sunnah, Khalifa Rashid, Denon Medina me buddy, so you should follow my son and the son of the rightly guided hola who come after me, although Allah had been no urges, that you bite onto that with your molar teeth. That's a metaphor given by the prophet. So I said that you hold on to the, the authentic sunnah of the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as best you can.

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Now I want to based upon this part of the Hadith, I want to focus on the trials and tribulations that many Muslims we will find in telling you know, in telling us regarding our religion, whether we should do this or whether we should do that or follow this or follow that is extremely important to go back to the people of knowledge to ensure that you get authentic knowledge and Shouta and one who are the people of knowledge, those people who are known amongst the people to be 100 to be the people of knowledge, and then a shallow tail of the person wants to know the truth then Allah subhanaw taala will guide them to their own devices beneficial knowledge. Allahu Allah Bucha Allah

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Shanna bark la fig for the bit of reminder, we have a first caller before we start asking the question of will using our hypers Hey, we gotta pick up the cool Sharla Salam aleikum, welcome Toschi man

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your life and ask him and sister was a question for us today. Yes, my question is my daughter she's last year she was 12 years old and she was fasting Ramadan but some of the day she miss out and she tried to make

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Can I lose the whole deal now? But she's still got some more testicle. What shall we we can now we finally find the heart so fast and long hours or something. What shall we do? So you can certainly but it's about the longer hours stuff

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yeah this now to make it up now she find a hard long call she says as long Cosmo she she going full time school and how would this is 12 years old now now she tends to test that in standard 13. Okay.

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Okay

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Okay, one minute says that you love that you're still alive. Oh, I should learn how to just send the phone. No one's asking questions. Sharla Oh, so I just want to ask just about a coffee. Is the fasting an obligation upon her or not?

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Believe is a yes. Suddenly this Yes. Cuz she's already she's seen. Okay. Okay, like, Okay, well answer the questions on

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the lower

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portion. Okay, so in situations where

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a person is obliged to fast, then like everybody else, that they should fast, if they're able to do that, if they have an illness, or if by when they fast, it causes them to be ill, then they have an excuse to make up those days. At a later time, after when the doors are the days are shorter, but and to do that as quick as they can. Now I'm just thinking that she fasted some days last year comm delay and Ramadan, and the days were as long as they are going to be now, roughly. And if there's some days left now, she can't do them now. Not sure how that will change when the month of Ramadan begins, which isn't just what, just under three weeks or so. So

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I'm not sure how it's going to be for her. I mean, if what happens

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when she's fasting?

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This because it should be because the long hours and the school stuff or Yeah, I mean, even if she's small, and if he's a home country fast, I mean, maybe sister on the phone, or maybe maybe shouldn't go to somebody. Because there are situations where

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it's almost like on the edge borderline whether they maybe just started fasting and maybe it's it maybe it is difficult for them. Maybe it is maybe it isn't.

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Maybe they can speak to the person of knowledge and explaining to be more divorces with your sister wants to call back, she's free to do that as well. But the principle is that if a person is able to do that, then you have to fast if they are unable to fast because of an illness, as I mentioned, or they become ill. Okay. There is an element of machaca there is an element of difficulty in Fosston. Anyway, no, but this is something that last month

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legislated for us. And we bear that burden a shadow and and we do our best to fast and Milazzo Baraka Luffy Shahana. Going back to the faucet itself, for those who obviously we're gonna get a lot of discussions coming up for Ramadan. Now, some might not want to ask this question and say, Look, I'm an adult, I shouldn't be asking this because it's an embarrassing, but I do. I do struggle fasting in Ramadan, because of the hours is because the long hours. Now if an adult's has to run and say, Look, I can't fast Ramadan, based on the hours. While was can we give them? Yeah, I mean, you're right. It is it is a common?

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It's a common question. And

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with this type of questioning, it's almost people are fearful from above, you know, they're scared of Ramadan coming in the summer

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will be Ramadan

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has been in the summer now for the past five or six years now. But I've noticed in the past couple of years, that people's questions are more around. Oh, I don't think I can fast.

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These particular days, although Ramadan was around in the summer of past six or seven years, maybe isn't that. So? What's happening now? Why is it now Muslims are suddenly asking on a greater scale. We're worried about the long days wasn't like that. So maybe, you know, five or six years ago, but it's like that now? Yeah, even though they were both in the summer. So why is it Muslims are?

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Maybe it was the first time that you know, Ramadan started to go. I mean, it doesn't suddenly come in the summer. It's gradual. So he doesn't suddenly surprise you. Oh, look, Ramadan was, you know, one year in the winter, next year, it's in summer, it doesn't look like this, it slowly moves through the year. So a person who is you know, has done you know, fasting previously.

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Then, you know, some some what they should be used to that wasn't fasting before. We didn't maybe years ago didn't fast. And suddenly now, they started to practice and

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suddenly now it's maybe the first time for them or the first couple of years, I would say that don't allow the shutdown to let you focus on the hours. No, because what after one or two days your body does become used to it. And Hamdulillah I mean, I'm not talking about people who are ill and who are sick. They're an exception to the rule. No

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But other than that people are generally healthy and humbled that Allah azza wa jal didn't overburden us in these matters, Elijah knew, with His infinite knowledge that Ramadan would always, you know, at times every 35 or so years would occur during the summertime. So this is a burden or difficulty that Allah azza wa jal expects us to, to carry out. Sure. So unless you have a shot or a reason, like you're ill, or it makes you ill, that you are unable to continue, then okay, these are exceptions to how other other than that you are expected to fast. And as I mentioned, it is a great act of aboda and the leaving of the food and drink as long as you are in the right frame of mind,

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prepare yourself for the month of Ramadan, that this is an easy thing for you to overcome in sha Allah and Allah Subhana Allah can make it very easy for you even in the sha Allah shahada going back to this question itself. Now, you emphasized about the different I mean, the summer itself has been going on for the last seven years, but we know that climate change is changing. It's getting hotter and hotter. Now the excuse could be water, but mainly is not we don't hear is because I'm dehydrated. We hear that we are hungry. It's just like you just said Sharon is this because time has changed and our Eman is getting weaker now because now it's meant seemed to be an issue for majority

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of people what Ramadan comes I said I can't fast it. Now as an adult. Is that an excuse for us to use? And can can we actually get away with saying I can't fast Ramadan?

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Because I want them to understand the importance of why Ramadan is not something that you can have an excuse and Allah will give you a license and say, Okay, it's deceptive. I mean, you know,

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let's say for example, Fajr frigid is too early at the moment, I can't be bothered to get up at you know, 430 in the mornings, and it's too early, I got work, you know, I've got things to do, you know, got kids to take to school and I'm going to pay for school when I wake up you know, seven o'clock, you know this you know

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this is how we're changing our deen you know, this is our we want to

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show our love to Allah subhanaw taala by emulating belittling the Riba that Allah commands us with. So you know these obligations and there is an there is some element of Morocco difficulty in that but we are expected to do that. We're expected to do that. As I mentioned, if the if you fall into the exceptions that you can't because you feel ill and sick and so on, okay, you can do that separately. Other than that, you're required to fast I may allows you to make it easy. It is easy, but isn't it if you say no, no, it's difficult stuff, then it will be difficult because he was making it if you make it difficult for yourself you said from the Allies general make it easy, have

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to all be optimistic, and then before you know it's eight months over Subhanallah then at that time everyone says I don't want to eat because I don't feel like eating Baraka loving, Shanna. That's okay, that's cool. Inshallah brothers Salaam Alaikum. Welcome Toschi man.

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Ricardo has a calling from Manchester high calibre. In my mother, my two questions. My first question is relating to

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sunliner deeds. My question in relation to that is the descriptions which are given in some, and narrated in these, to what extent they are considered to be obligately. As we know that there are many scenarios where if we act on them, of course, we'll get to the word but if we don't, we don't tend to do our so before you start you before you start your second question. I just want to ask the brothers and shut up just to turn up the volume because I really can't hear the question. Did you get a shift? Not really. Yeah, we're not getting a tool. So let's let's try again inshallah. Brother. Sorry. Are you just just one moment? Okay.

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Are you able to listen me? Can you now, go ahead. Sorry about this. No worries. My question was simply is in relation to Sana and this description is that? Well, we understand that there are many seminars on which if we do not act them, there is no sin, but will not get any reward even in the in the prayer itself. So what I'm trying to understand, are there any obligately aspects of sunnah and ideas that we should be aware of it as such, and to act upon them? That's my first question we have here. Oh, yes, it is. Okay. The second question is, can you tell in the marriage context, has husband got any requirement to put on his wife with regard to her earnings or any of our monetary

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positions?

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Like what?

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We asked him the question Alexander, brothers or brothers gave me

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like what what would you mean like so the second question, I got it, but what can exam can you give me what rights

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in relation to the second question? Yes. Yeah. Then second question means that for example, if he is, if she is if she's working, and she's obviously performing her duties and the

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household one, but whether her earnings has been can claim anything on on those earnings. Her husband claims okay. Okay, no problem, medical Luffy.

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Question, but we're just we're gonna ask shall ask each other. So how about we can give us an answer today. But obviously,

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if this is actually working, and let's say, for example, she's earning good money, but her husband is not I will put it that way. So the husband is not. Now we know, for example, as a husband, we both provide for the house we provide for our wives and our rules. But if the work was if the wife is actually doing that role now, based on the income that she's generating, can the Osman the husband could still ask for some kind of income from it? Or ask for the money? Yeah. Okay. So

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with regards to the question The brother asked us a lot about at the time of the marriage contract. And is it allowed for the spouses to stipulate certain conditions? Is there a limit to say that it is allowed for the husband or the wife for that matter, to stipulate

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some conditions within the marriage that they would have to uphold? And there are some conditions which are considered Bartylla, that the invalid, no, and that they wouldn't be something which anyone would have to uphold? Now, the brother give an example. Is it permissible for the husband to put a stipulation in the contract? That he has to have something from his wife smell? Who say, No, this is not a valid condition? Because you have no right in the first place to take another person's money. In a contract like this, this is a marriage contract. And you wouldn't have the right to stipulate right I need. You have to, for example, pay for the rent, because that's your that's your

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right. If later on she makes 10 as a law he or she wants to help in that then they can be called stipulate that she must do that. So yeah, so that's I was gonna get into because obviously, within the contract is usually mentioned. But once you get married, and you both agree to that, if you want to do it yourself, that's absolutely fine. You cannot stipulate and can't force her as part of the marriage contract to to be financially responsible for those matters, which it is an obligation upon him right now. So for us, no valid contract condition. BarakAllahu before we ask the second question, let's just stick our college Allah so that we don't keep them waiting. Salam aleikum wa

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COVID Welcome. Toschi man, salam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatu to yourself and chef with income since Allah Allah, Allah

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How are you both you Okay, wala allow you mashallah hamdulillah I'm fine as well. My question today is regarding recitation of Surah, as in the during the prayer. So, if it is a form of prayer or nephila, Salah Surah, is not recited in the chronological order means, in the first

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recited and then in the second car as recited which is prior to the previous rule and the Quran. Does that make any difference with the validity of the prayer whether or not Phyllis Allah no problem barnacle avec? Did I can nothing I'm like what I said or what I kept

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going back to brother as a chef and now in regards to the question that he asked about the Sunnah and a hadith is, is there any act

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of worshiping that we are missing on when it comes to the Sunnah Hadith, okay. So, on this particular issue, you do find some Muslims for example, say oh, it is sunnah. So you have the choice whether you have to do it or not, you can do it or you can leave it because it's fun. Okay. So what we will say is that the word sunnah has actually a number of meanings, not just one meaning but it has multiple meanings, depending on the context or the topic that we are speaking about. Sure. Okay. So let's say for example, talking about something which is the Quran and Sunnah. The Sunnah here will have a particular meaning, meaning we will see here according to let's say, the scholars of

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Hadith, they will say that the word that was sunnah here actually means and is composed of every statement, and every action and every tacit approval of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, and it can be categorized in that whereas other scholars, let's say, scholars according to the principles of okay, they would say that the word sunnah

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actually means something which is recommended, okay, something that if you do is recommended to do it, if you don't, if you don't do it, then you're not punished. Okay. And then

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other scholars will give it different contexts depending on the topic that we're speaking about. So it doesn't have one meaning to say, oh, there's something voluntary for you. So something from the sun technically, could if it depends on let's say that, as the brother mentioned, we're talking about the example of the prayer. There may be certain aspects which in the prayer

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which are formed the Sunnah which are an obligation. So, every aspect of the prayer, it is how we pray, it is all taken from the Sunnah, it is all taken from the actions and the statements of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, some of those can be categorized as something which is recommended, some of them can be categorized as something which is an obligation Okay. Some can be

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also there may be actions within the prayer which may be disliked. Okay, so it really, there are aspects which are part of the Sunnah which are an obligation. But again, it goes back to understanding the word son in its correct context, so that we don't fall into these misunderstandings.

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By BarakAllahu, the chef about coffee the next question from Brother Tarik was asking us about

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when we do know after prayers, oh, generally speaking our salads now we are reciting the Quran. Now this question, I've heard it so many times, but it's a question that I know majority people always kind of question himself all the time. So let's say for example, you started with the first raka after the fact he has sorted dakara.

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And then he decided in Saqqara car to go to NAS

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is your key for him to do the Oconee. And, yeah, that's an order that's fine. You mean the other way around?

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Okay, and then if we did the other way around, is it permissible to do so? Are we actually harming our prayers myself as a person prayed to Raka and in the first record, he recited or she recited Surah to Ness, and in the second Raka, they recited Kulu Allahu Ahad. Now in the Muslim in the Quran, we know that Allah Allahu Ahad comes before so rottenness isn't allowed for me in my salah to recite them the other way around. Yeah, it is permissible and it doesn't affect affected the validity of your prayer. Obviously your Salah is invalid you have to it's not an obligation at all. However some of the element they say it is preferable. Allahu Alem without any without it being

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disliked even there's no proof to say it's disliked as well. But because that was the order of the Quran to recite it in the order of the Quran maybe it's preferable well the whole item however if it was done the other way there's no sin upon you is not it's not even disliked. So if a person does that there's not a problem. So it's not some it's not something like that. That has already been moving. Is this something we've actually moved from a different marriage where people brought that in? Because what is it where does it come from originally where someone suspects that masala is not gonna be valid because I recited the Quran the the other Yeah, I mean, there are some of the alum

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who said no, you must recite the like some of the Maliki scholars on Malta under that they say that the person must recite in their Salah in the order of the most half the order of the Quran because I mean even in go to the some of the can affect the validity of your prayer.

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However, we're saying well, no, I didn't that's not the case. Okay. So that is an opinion of some of the limit. Okay. However, what seems to be stronger and clearer but that does not affect the validity of your prayer. And our last panelist, Baraka loafing Shahana we have an x schooler, let's take an IQ school insha Allah Salam aleikum wa Rahmatullah Wa Alaikum. Salaam wa Rahmatullah haba. Allah system Sister, how are you today? I had to learn science. What's your question?

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My question is, I was someone put her a Bible and Melissa books through my little book. Bible to a Bible. Yeah. Okay, but I didn't know how to get rid of it.

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Yeah, so I'm scared putting it outside maybe drains? I don't know. I just don't know what to do with it. Very good question. So can I ask you the question, why don't you want to get rid of it?

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What a waste of examine you don't want to throw it away. You say, right. Yeah, just don't want to, like put it in the vein? Or is there is any reason why you don't want to do that?

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No, I just have this feeling that I just don't know. I just don't want you know, okay, no fun. We're gonna clarify sweet Sharla

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radiculopathy

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Shahana if we have

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a friend who given it was given you a Bible, oh, it has come through your post, or someone actually delivered it to you? How do you deal with that now for example, do you give it away they burn it? Or do you build it? Man? What's the best way of actually disposing of the actual book itself? So in a situation like this where a person may not because there's a holy book to some people

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and we want to show some respect, if you like as Muslims so if there are

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a way of disposing as we would have like a court of animals which maybe had some pages missing, you can burn it and then you can dispose of it that way. So if you if you do that, and then similarly there's not a problem.

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Baraka law fixture, but we've got a next question via WhatsApp here. Santa Monica Warahmatullah shave. If someone has

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funds here for you.

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If someone has indicated, what is the best, what is the best form of repentance that they can? What did she do? So what

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cuz they can do oh what should they do now?

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So, if a person commits a sin

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even if the greatest of sins for example * yeah the Miller and is the Associate partners with that hospital Tyler then the person is simply goes back to a larger Louella in sincere repentance, having regret feeling sorry and feeling bad for the sin and asking Allah subhanaw taala not just once but you're constantly asking Allah Subhana Allah to forgive you of your sin not to be very sorry in front of a lost parent either. And we know that I've lost count on the effort of the noble gymea we know that Elijah will forgive all sins as long as that person is

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is constant and sincere in their in their repentance and asking for forgiveness. The person doesn't you know fall into a state of despair but you know asks Allah subhanaw taala to forgive them and if the person within themselves wants to do try to do extra good deeds done let them do that inshallah Tada to show Allah azza wa jal for them to show us Montana that they are

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a truly sorry and want to make up for the mistake and for those who are watching the show who doesn't understand what fornication is within 40 seconds inshallah maybe can explain to that fornication is the person to have

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an intimate relationship with with somebody outside of the fold of marriage BarakAllahu li Shanna duckula here to get that inshallah provinces please join us after the break where we continue taking your question within Allah, please remember to call us back on oh two or 363768570236376857 For those who view who prefer send us your message for whatever reason insha Allah all the details that you need to know it's in the right hand side of the screen within Allah brothers and sisters please I urge you to pick up the phone after the break. This gives you an opportunity to Sharla to do what you need to do a sha Allah and me and the chef we back a show after the show after a break. Another

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Oh my gosh, hello, love your love and ask you my sister. What's your question for us today? Okay, my question is that, before I go to sleep, I always do my salah. And I'll read everything that needs to be read before I go to bed. What follows that sister? Aisha sorry, I do my math. I do my first daily prayer.

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Every day, I'll regrind morning and afternoon. Yeah. And I make all the DUA before but today. But the problem is with me is whenever I get to bed, sometimes in my sleep, I get this kind of pressure on my chest or my throat. In my dream, I will read that today as I go I've done that I was reading as hum. Right. And the more I was reading it, the more the pressure is like as it is stopping me but don't give up till the end. And then because I didn't give her in the eye here. Bang or like a shout in my ears. So I woke up and I spit three times.

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I wouldn't be in the gym and spit three times on my left and went back to bed. It happened now and then and I know what to do. But, um, for me, I think that probably I'm not doing something right. Right. Or maybe something I'm not strong enough or maybe I'm weak. I don't know. Are you married? Yes, I am. Alright. And your husband's aware of this. Yeah, yeah, my husband aware of this and he's, you know, he we do everything including Quran and Sunnah. Mashallah, like Hollis just what okay, but Monica very good to us if we inshallah Okay, okay, so I want to lower cut

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before we ask

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can I second the school insha Allah said I'm Alec welcome Toschi man

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out of cinematical what a concern of the law and I just had to ask a question regarding wealth basically I'm revert to some sites don't really have much contact with my

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parents, family members. And recently I was reading about

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the righteous man and his garden where he distributed his wealth 1/3 to his family one said to reinvest in

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the garden and 1/3 He used to give to the poor so basically I just want you to know who who has a right over your wealth and is that the way we're supposed to distribute our wealth? Is this the wealth from your husband?

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No, my own I mean, my husband is responsible for his wealth right so into my mind. Okay, so you have a special wealth and

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I bought a coffee okay, it does happen okay. We

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usually share how not to go on the last question I pose if you don't mind.

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But this is asking as a new rebirth of Islam

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if she's got if she's got a wealth, and I would call it inherited, for example, and I'm inheriting that as a as a new reverts she wants to know Islamically maybe let's talk about Islamic Nisha and she mentioned few things there like for example, giving it to a charity family and so on. But as a as a new reverted Islam. How do you distribute your wealth?

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Yeah, so if she has her own wealth, the the only obligation that she would have to give away from her wealth is that if the conditions of Zika are fulfilled, and that is that money is over the nisab which is the fear

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hold for a second. And that has remained with her savings for one whole Islamic year. Now, if that is the case that she gives away 2.5% as charity as well as occur, and that is given to the people who are deserving of receiving sucker, who are mentioned clearly the eight different categories in the ninth chapter of the Quran in verse number 60, where Allah subhanaw taala mentioned the eight different categories those recipients of zakat. Other than that, she is free to do with her wealth, what she wishes. If she wants to give

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some of it as charity like, like, let's say a standing order, like 10 pound a month, it's entirely up to her man. I mean, the story they are the incident that she mentioned about an interval, an individual is splitting his wealth into three parts.

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It's up to him what he does, but for you sister, Baraka lucky, that you're only required to pay does occur as an obligation, if it fulfills the conditions otherwise, the money or the wealth is yours. And you you dispose of it as how freely as as you wish,

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I bought a coffee shop. The next question we have for my sister, I also thought I can touch on another issue that is the sister said I'm a revert. So therefore I don't have maybe good contact. That's not always the case. I do understand that sometimes if a person embraces Islam that sometimes the family may not have may not accept that we'll be happy with that situation.

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But what I would say is that this is really should, should, should strive to, to improve the situation if the situation is more the relationship with the farmer is not so good. He's trying to improve that best she can and give them time be patient with them.

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And show them the beauty of Islam just as you saw 100 as beautiful to enter into the fold of Islam. Show them the beauty of Islam as well so that they can accept you inshallah and and you can strengthen the relationship as maybe you had once before.

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But barnacle, afek, Chevron and ESCO. We have

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we have another question from Cora

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is in regards to the sister whenever she she says him Dilip before my salah fat, my fat, mouth have daily prayer. But she said every time I go to sleep, I get this. Just she feels like something's pressing her down. And she says every time that happens, she wakes up, she blows into her left and recite. I would miss a pump three times. She just wants to know what advice can you give? What can she do? I asked her if the husband is dead because I the reason I asked that chef is just clarify it. That is so in case the husband noticed one thing to know what does he do? Because obviously when you have somebody next to you can tell you exactly how you react and then they will know what what

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kind of what kind of condition you actually have. Now the sister is wondering, she doesn't want you can't work it out. It should you should do something less. Maybe she needs to do something more. She gives you advice.

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I remember reading a book about 15 years ago

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and a woman came to Araki prefers a person who advises people if they need kind of spiritual guidance, or feelings. They've got some issues and things like that. And she said, You know, I recited courtesy every night and I still get this problem every night because they get problems I get you know, I'm awake, woken by these sounds and I get pressure on me and things like that. But what I wasn't doing nothing for me.

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After discussion, the chef came to the conclusion that really the supplications and the things that she was doing really she'd have full belief in it not not not I mean rejection of it. But she needed to have a telecoil and trust in Allah subhanaw taala that these were a means for receiving a protection from Allah subhanaw taala agree. So what I would say to the sister Baraka law Vika May Allah Israel preserve them, I mean, is to continue with what she's doing. I either I've covered that you do before you sleep and you can find that in the fortress of the Muslim do in the morning and the evening now Okay, try to do it in the morning and the evening recite a telco see before you

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sleep and have full trust in Allah subhanaw taala that these cards these remembrances that you do will inshallah hotel, be a means or a way of you being protected from anything that may harm you. Inshallah, tada, forget to recite the holes before you sleep and to blow into your hand. Okay, and then wipe your whole body. There are many things that you can do shadow tennis, or have strong trust and reliance in Allah subhanaw taala that allows you to protect you from whatever is disturbing, for good, but going back to what you just said, Yes. And that is the intention. So this is actually performing our five daily prayer and do not have car. As you mentioned, Chair as you rightly

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mentioned, if the intention is not purely for the sake of Allah, and you just do it because you know your condition, because some people do things chair because they're not aware condition. And I've been told to read the Surah 10 times I've just read it. Hopefully this will be my medication for today. Now, you've mentioned that the from the book that you've read, that sincerity is what's

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Very important. Now, this is actually reciting the Quran and doing that and she does her car, and she's doing our salads. Now we're not we're not saying here that you're not you're not sincere what Allah subhanaw taala. But this is something that we should she should look into. Now, there's good point is that of course, I didn't insinuate that the person is not being sincere, but even

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when we make our off calls, sometimes things can happen to us. You know, ALLAH SubhanA, Allah tests us in different ways. And if that test is a little bit difficult for me, then I have I turned to a loss of pinata, and in a stronger way. Okay, so just continue with those of code that you're doing before you sleep because maybe the chevron wants you to stop, say, look, it's not helping you stop it. So you say no, I will continue doing it and our allies who didn't want to protect me.

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But next question we have Shekinah is in regards to Ramadan. We're gonna start getting this inshallah very soon again. Bye. Bye. Sarah Santa Monica Rahmatullah. This is a question from my sister. I have a baby have a baby five weeks old.

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And Ramadan is approaching us. And I, I'm breastfeeding the child and bottle feeding. Now the sister is asking, Do I need to fast this Ramadan? And can I continue? Do my God I'm Andrea and doing the household and cooking for my husband? Is this something that I could do? Instead of fostering? She can't trust why? Because she's breastfeeding. Baby. I mean, if you're, if you're breastfeeding your child, it's not just like a license that I'm just not fasting. Only if it's difficult for you, you can't fast it by fasting that I'm enough I'm not able to produce enough milk for my child, then okay, then you have the new don't trust. However, if you find yourself having enough energy

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Alhamdulillah and that the child is is being nourished sufficiently, then there's no problem.

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Either you're not facing any problem, then you will be required to fast so for those who says I'm breastfeeding, I've got the lesson not to follow is this correct? No, it doesn't work like this. It doesn't work like this a person that maybe more often than not maybe because of the long days Yes, you might have a situation where you're on a unable to nourish your

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cycle your child because you're not producing enough milk because you didn't drink that may be the case. But if however that you are

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then there's nothing stopping you fast and then you should fast. But if you have of course if you have a valid reason because of what I've mentioned, then of course you can make up the data a lot of time on the one particle fictious. The next question we have is that I'm welcome. I would like to know why Muslim have to stay in a mosque for long period of time during Ramadan is a compulsory

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no so staying in the in the masjid in Ramadan is not an obligation

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attending Salado Jamar attending the congregational prayer inside or outside Ramadan if you're close enough then it's an obligatory obligatory to attend the Masjid. However in the month of Ramadhan Ramadan it's time for blessings and the Muslims to come together to recite the Quran to increase our Ibadah and if a person doesn't do it in Ramadan, then really when are they going to do it? You know when do you if a person doesn't want to increase their time worshiping Allah subhanaw taala if they when are you going to do it? If you don't increase your time recite you know reciting the Quran, spend more time in the masjid and during Ramadan and when are you going to do okay? But bear in mind

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that you everyone has their rights family have rights, you know, children have rights

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and be you know, be fair and be proportionate and how you

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treat everybody in the month of Ramadan. I tried to educate everybody about the blessings and how we try to need to make a greater effort and this blessed month of Ramadan you mentioned chef is obviously we spend more time in the month of Ramadan msgid for a few few matters that you just mentioned and that is for example if we don't do it better and Nakara and or Salawat as soon as Ramadan when are we going to do it? Now let's look at this question from from another from another perspective a nice for anybody who entered Islam.

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Now the person he or she might not understand why do people spend more time in the masjid? Can we explain to them what is it that we do in the month of Ramadan compared to the other month in when we call them anywhere else? You forgotten the message of perform? Excellent, very good. Mashallah. So I've mentioned a couple of things. So the first thing I mentioned is something called Talal we which is like an evening prayer that the Muslims come together in Juma and this after Salah to Asia that's after the last prayer and they recite a portion of the Quran. It doesn't have to be wondrous. It has to be you know, some some Quran doesn't have to be a specific amount of rock art or units of prayer,

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whatever is easy for you. So the Muslims do that on a everyday basis after salata, Asia, that's one reason why Muslims would come together

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and more in the masjid in Ronda

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Ramadan, also in the last 10 days of Ramadan is the Sunnah of the Prophet salaam salaam to to make something called a tick F which is to spend time in the masjid and stay there in the masjid. Okay? So that means that you may want to take some days off, it doesn't have to be 10 days for example, it can be whatever time that you can dedicate no and you spend the time you sleep in the master you stay there worshipping Allah subhanaw taala. And this something is highly recommended to do in the month of Ramadan. So these are two things which of course will increase people

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or ensure that they spend more time in the masjid in the month of Ramadan what Maha BarakAllahu li Chanel sweat to remind our brothers and sisters to pick up the phone Inshallah, this is a chance and opportunity for you to share your question with us. And I say that because obviously there's a lot of people are watching the show, whether it's via social media or on TV right now, listening to us giving them the answers, and it could be the reason why your question was answered and one person has giggy Allah has given him the Hidayat based on your question because you you never know that person might do it better that you will get a reward over because your question was something that

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that that person was in need of? And the answer has been given based on your question. So I urge each other to pick up your phone by calling us and Oh 236376857 That's oh two or 36376857 And if you prefer to send us your messages, all the details that you need to know is in the right hand side of your screen. Pinilla. But Shannon, we've got another question here by whatsapp again. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah che, my wife bought a canvas picture of people in black, but you cannot see the features, you cannot see the body. So I don't know how that is people, like abstract, maybe abstract, like, is it permissible to actually for us to hang it on our property and our wall? Or

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does that mean that America does not enter our house?

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On this issue, I mean, there are some different views. But that which does not have like the details and features of that what has a soul right wouldn't come under that ruling. So therefore, it wouldn't allow it, it wouldn't be prohibited. But then, you know, if it's a picture that

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you know, one of you likes and the other one doesn't like it, then you can discuss amongst yourselves where the wanting hanging up on it, because maybe

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if you see like a picture of all these people, and in all these silhouettes, I mean, I'm not sure what the picture looks like.

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It's all subjective, I guess maybe one person likes it. The other person thinks more that it's like, they don't like ghosts or something like this. It really depends on the person's viewpoint.

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But because they don't have features.

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So therefore, we'd say well, it doesn't come under that prohibition or doesn't come under the issue with angels don't enter the home and Allah's

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Baraka law fixture, Hannah. We have enough next school insha Allah Salam aleikum, Sister

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Hello ceremony calm while

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there Colossus in your life and ask you man, what's your question for us today? My question is good news that my sister is doing a project or feeding 30 family do Ramadan? Now can I give my zakat

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okay, can she give as a cat to feed the fasting in Ramadan? Because she's has a camera too. So if you're, if he was okay is June now. And the sister is feeding for Cara and Misaki and all those people who would be recipients of zakat, then you can give

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the money to those people.

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Because they're poor, then you can give it to these people now.

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But what about but they said that my point is that if you're gonna give us a car now and how you distributed you give it in one go. You don't delay it, okay? You don't give it like I'm gonna give it over a period of 30 days. If you as a carers do then you give it one go. So if there's a cause do and the husband decided to give it to his wife and son, okay. husband gives us the car to his wife and now No, you can't do that because it's an obligation upon him to to financially support his own wife. So you can't use this account money to to kind of those you are who you are obligated to financially support. No, you can't give it to them.

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Baraka Luffy chef The next question we have Salaam Alaikum chef sometimes I feel that I am not a good Muslim. The feeling isn't always in my heart because when I am in the masjid, performing Salah with Gemma or the sisters circle for Quran, or doing some kind of bad

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How do I change that feeling? And ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy for me.

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So what I'd say is in a situation like this, where a person feels at time from time to time that

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they

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can make lots of sins and maybe they're not the best Muslim. I mean, all of us Subhanallah All human beings are all sinners.

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But the best of us are those who turn back to Allah subhanaw taala

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and Allah subhanaw taala

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Allah will accept the repentance and accept the shortcomings of all of us. As long as we are sincere when we return to Allah subhanaw taala. And it's not just about us,

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you know, just remembering times that oh, you know, I've done this and then the person is making stefarr At the same time they, they do a by that as well. They pray for example extra soon and prayers, they may if that's too difficult for them, maybe they can foster day. If it's false things difficult for them, then they can maybe give us some more some money in charity. There's many different types of a burden that you can do to show that you have turned back to Allah subhanaw taala but don't ever feel in a state of despair, or feel that allow allow the shaytaan to confuse or become a you become a confused person to think that no, I can't do anything. That there are people

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who preceded us Subhanallah who created who fell into greater since then then we didn't know Allah subhanaw taala forgave them. So we ask Allah to forgive us. Well, let me Baraka la fix Shahana we have another sister from America, Sarah, Molly Kumar from Toschi man,

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sound like a brother

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to Allah your love and ask him man, what's your question for us today?

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My question is concerning that. I mean,

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I have kids and I have no one to watch them at home to leave them if I go to Masjid. So is it okay, if I pray at home?

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And my second question was concerning pictures, I have pictures. It's not hanging on the walls or anything, but I have photo albums for my kids, but they're in the closets or in the boxes? Are they not outside? Is it okay to have them? Or do I have to burn them and get rid of them?

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Loafie.

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Regards to the photos, again, if he's not hanging on the wall based in the closet or in the boxes now? Are you allowed to have them in the house? Yet period? So the issue of photographs is something that's covered spoke about, but what seems to be clear Well, Law number that having these photographs is not something which is haram as long as certain conditions are adhered to and having them in photo albums and then you put them away in your cupboards or your drawers and things like that, then that's something which is is permissible there's not an issue in that. Well, law and knowledge best particle are fake and the next question was about tarawih. If this is the can't go

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and perform Satara where for whatever reason, to give an example our children can she performed a lot of tarawih at home. Yes, we say that for the sister. To pray. Malawi how to pray in general is better for her to pray at home. preferable more than the Masjid. So if she has children at home, and taraweeh is prayed late in the masjid or she got nobody to look after the children then by all means no problem. She can pray whatever amount of like ad that she wants to pray in the night at her home, given a male is planted except for more Baraka law fixture. Let's take an exclusive shall about this and I'm welcome welcome Toschi man, Oracle Salama Tula. I have one question for CHIP Sharma. sha

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Allah, what's your question? My question is, uh, I have some doors in my house which my my daughter used to, to play with those doors. Okay. Which I know it is not good for me to have that. Something my house, but my daughter we used to play with it is what is the advice I shall give to me.

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But no problem Shala

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Baraka logic of Chef Anna, the answer to this is sha Allah and the brothers asking in regards to DOS and knuffel. Those family who I'm sure there's mother and father was in the show, pay attention to shallow This is the answer that you need to get in trouble. Okay, so for those

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various people, animals, things like that, I mean, they're for children, they're exception. So there's not a problem in shadow data for, for children to play with like little dolls or little animals and things like that. So many of the early Metal Hammer models have stated, this is an exception for the children, it's not a problem for them. So the bar doesn't have to feel. I know it shouldn't have that. No, it's for the children. So it's not a problem to having them in their bedroom. So knowing that some families do what they do, they put a child and they put the teddy bear or the dough next to them. It's okay for them to actually have it with them in the bed. Okay, so

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yeah, so concerning this issue that the children playing with, with the dollies and teddy bears and things like that we say, because it's for the children, there's not a problem in now, does that mean then that when they go to sleep, we're allowed to put them there because the person may think more dismayed maybe this will bring the shape on to the room and yes, and create problem. I mean, really, that that needs the need for that proof for that. We don't know any evidence to say that it's the case. But if you feel a little bit uncomfortable with things like that, because they do have faces and things like that, if you feel a bit uncomfortable with that, and you want to put them into a

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drawer or a box and things like that, and maybe one way of teaching them to be you know, put their toys away tidy up before they sleep. So you can you can do it that way. So you're not as though we want to put

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The Dahlia way just in case the chef one comes and then the first thing is what the dollies is going to bring the shape and I don't want the dolly anymore you don't say like that you might say well let's put our toys and teddy bears put it away tidy ideally before we sleep and then everybody's happy inshallah radical fixture we got more more one more call Insha Allah, Allah Salam Alaikum welcome Toschi man

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some

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I've just want to ask if a bot says to a sister I love you for the sake of Allah. What should sister reply back or should she reply back? No problem

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if you're walking down the street and a brother walks up to you says I love you for the sake of Allah you apply it tequila fate Allah

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I mean, it's not right for my brother to walk up to a sister and say that I love you for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala This is not the behavior we expect from the brothers and sisters and if a person wants to

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find a spouse they go, they go about doing things properly

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and not like this. So we encourage and teach the brothers and sisters to behave properly like this and

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as long as best Baraka law fixture game going back to teddy bears

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going back to the teddy bear share some so we know some husbands romantic husbands obviously like as yourself chef. They give their wives like a gift as a lesson example a berry self as part of the flowers gift. But we can't answer because obviously we have 30 seconds basically miserable. To be romantic. Yes, not to give birth teddy bear. Teddy Bear had Inchon it's not a problem in Chinatown. The graph is about a lot of people answering the bicycle for being there Shana. Give me my day to day shall handler brothers and sisters please remember to join us tomorrow. Our brother Ibrahima to be will be taking your calls in sha Allah for me to share. Until next time, I'm assuming we are

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Thursday again.

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Thursday sha Allah for me was yesterday so it can What have to lie What a cat

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