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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam O Allah, Allah He He Marian Nabina Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. A Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brothers and sisters Welcome to a new episode of Islam Mecca, where you are given the opportunity to call in or send your questions via the WhatsApp, the numbers and Charlotte Allah Roydon at the bottom and we'll try our best in the time that we have together in sha Allah to Allah to answer those questions according to the Quran and the Sunnah.

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Now as you know, but in the sisters Hamdulillah we are in the month of shall word it is from the month of hajj

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and there's a difference between the sacred months and the months of hajj. Sometimes you find people they mix them up, there is a shouldered haram and the short on Hajj. So the sacred months are for within the year. They are loaded with all hedger will haram and also Raj up as for the months of hajj they are sure Well, the al Qaeda and with regards to the ledger.

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Some scholars are of the view that the entire month and some scholars are of the view that it is the first 10 days of the month nonetheless, we are in the month of show world and for sure it is from the months of hajj. So people will be thinking about preparing themselves to make the pilgrimage which Allah subhanaw taala explained, told us in the Quran will Allah Allah and as he hydrophobicity ministers wa ala he said ILA that the performing of the Hajj is upon people to those who have the ability to do so. And in the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salam this was made clear that it is only once in your life that you have to do this.

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Another important thing for us to remember concerning the month or show word button sisters,

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is after Ramadan, as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam told us, mon sama Ramadan said to mention world Kirner Cassia McDonald, that Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan, and then follows it up with six days of Shawwal it is as though that they have undelivered narrations differnece, the generation of avoidable in Saudi Arabia, Lionel that they have as though they have fasted

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one year or the entire

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The more correct view according to the integration. So that is that current customer data is as though the person fostered one year. So many questions concerning. Okay.

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If one fasts Ramadan, because it's important for us when we're looking at this issue, maybe when a person fasts, Ramadan, and they have missing days

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joining intentions, can I fast the days that are made up kind of fasting with Chawan? And so there's a lot of questions concerning this. And in fact, the scholars mentioned and explained the generations on this issue from different different perspectives. There are those who are of the view albeit very much a minority view that you can no problem you're gonna have one intention, you can make up your fasts from Ramadan, and at the same time,

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intend the studies have shown that is a minority view

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is a valid view because of course, you know, scholars have looked at the evidences for this, but there are also other views which more scholars are inclined towards, and that is that one who fasts Ramadan and then follows it up with the days of shadow world, meaning and this is an important principle for us. When talking about joining the intention, when is it permitted for us to have more than one intention when offering one act of a vida?

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So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said,

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If any one of you enters the masjid either the holla I had a como el Masjid fellow yet Julius

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Usili Iraq I think none of you should sit down until you pray to Raka. Now did the Prophet alayhi salam specify? What type of Salah that you're going to offer when you enter the Masjid? It is known as the hatred the masjid the welcoming of the Masjid.

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No, it is not a specific Salah meaning that if you offer a forum, if you offer the obligatory prayer then that would suffice as you praying before you sat down in the masjid. So, in situations where it is allowed for us to have more than one intention, meaning that multiple intention

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What is being added to that is not intended specifically

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as opposed to an explain it's a little bit further as opposed to Chawan so fasting Ramadan has a well known and specific intention because it's matured with our tea It is intended by an in of itself. Similarly Chawan because the Prophet sallallahu seldom mentioned show URL separately, it means that it has his own intention for that and based upon this because those two acts of worship, fasting Ramadan and fasting Shiva, the majority they view this way, they are both intended differently ie that the Prophet addresses both specified them. Okay, so they don't cross over. So therefore the majority would say that if you want to foster the days in Sherwood, you should have

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separate intentions. So one intention doesn't cover both because the Prophet Elisha mentioned them separately

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specifically separately and specifically therefore, they both require their own

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intention and therefore then are conducted and carried out separately as for those issues, which are left general were not specified like the the to boycott in the masjid Okay, a person could offer any to raka anything or any Salah for that matter, and that would cover that base okay. So when we're talking about a tissue the cornea or joining the intention, we have to look at is or was it specified? What I'm offering on that day or not? So, if a person wants to fast on a Monday does it have to be a specific fast or can it be any fast when I fast on a Monday it can be any fast or similarly to that or Thursday. So a person can have a multiple intention so I want to make up a day

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of Ramadan and I want to do on a Monday so I get the reward of Monday.

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Does Monday have to be a specific fast it does not. Therefore we can say you can have a multiple intention on this okay because it was left general okay. So this is a general advice concerning those who want to make up the days in Sharla Taylor in the month Oshawa are forced the six days of Sherwood

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that they are to be done separately and Allah subhanaw taala is best another issue

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that is okay, do I have to make up my days first, the Kabbalah from Ramadan and then do shall work. Here there's some maybe a little bit more flexibility because we find that some especially the sisters who had who have monthly cycles, and maybe they're cycling between 789 10 days too fast the 10 days that are owed from Ramadan on top of the fact that they have to force another six that's half the month and then within the month as well there's also the cycle as well that leaves them zero time to do that. Okay. So it wouldn't be permissible if if for example, that you wanted to force the sixth function well if you know that there's no time for you to make up the days of

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Ramadan and do the show well you have no time then you can make the days of show well first because we can say that those

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valid the voluntary fasts it is permitted for you to perform them before the fall because the fourth is as they call module masa is that the obligation of you making up the fast of Ramadan are not specific to a time within that month you have until next Ramadan Okay, so if technically speaking in this situation describing to you that if in the month of Shawwal but sisters that they have no time to make up the days faster these are surely including the cycle if they wanted to make the days of shorewall Fest

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they can do that and then make up the days of Kedah after if they are done in show world or after show world that's fine Sharla Taylor and it is hoping they try to tell you will have the reward as mentioned in the Hadith Okay, so I hope that's clear inshallah Taylor no doubt. Allah knows best that we may find some questions concerning the ones I'm sure well

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so we ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us all. So we have some questions

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here which I'm trying to use here that are posted to us

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So, the question is that if I entered the masjid on the day, well, Jumeirah I entered the day I entered the masjid and the oven is being made for salata. Juma, okay. And then is being made and when I enter, is it better for me to pray to raka before I sit down

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or should I listen to the oven

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when it's finished and then to pray to pray the to Raka and then sit down. Okay, hope this scenario is clear. So on the table Juma the best day in the week, I entered the Masjid. The oven is being made. Now I know that before I sit down, I'm going to perform to rocker. When do I do it? Do I do it straight away as I

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Enter even though the other one is going on,

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or do I wait to the other one is finished.

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And then I do after.

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No doubt, as we can say that the scholars they differ over this. But what I would say is on this issue is that as soon as you enter, as soon as you enter, that you would pray to Raka and sit down, even though alone is going on. If the person says but I want to repeat, just as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us in the summit, toma, NIDA if you hear that, or then then you should say as the more elven is saying, and if I pray the two Raka, I will miss out upon that, which is the truth, which is the case it is true. However, if if you do that, or you wait to the event finishes and then you pray to rocker, you will be concentrating on your Salah, and you will not be listening to the

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And hear those who say that you should pray the Toorak straightaway. They put precedents of what the Hurtubise said over the event at this specific time because the attorney said five times a day the message of the What about the message of the Imam is once a week therefore we take precedence of what the Imam is saying. So therefore as soon as you enter you pray the to raka so that you are able to concentrate and listen to what the Imam is saying okay, to the what the amount is the same.

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And also attached to this.

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You find in masajid that on the day of Joomla people come in and hamdulillah they pray to Raka and then they sit down

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okay which is this one, like anytime they enter the masjid you pray two rakaat before you sit down as we mentioned earlier in the show, then the other one of Juma is made and once that finishes, you find the whole masjid they stand up the whole Masjid stand up and then they pray.

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They pray to rock out usually. So then I was asked many times is this the Sunnah of Jumeirah.

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We say that before salata Juma, there is no specified sunnah.

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Not like Salah to Lahore Salat of Lahore, as we know and the well known Hadith that you've won praise two or four raka before so a lot of the whole, however Juma does not have them.

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So, so that the person is not confused that when the van is made, you know, in the masjid, for the time for Juma and then everybody stands up. You shouldn't think that this is some form of sooner

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if people want to get up just to press on the prayer between the oven and the beginning of the

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before the beginning of the hotbar that that's no problem, you know, but then a person may think that because of the sheer number of people standing up that they may think there is some form of specifics for now, before salata Juma, who said that there is no specific

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sunnah before salata Juma and Allahu subhanaw taala knows best.

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Next question concerning some of the days that a person owes in the month of Ramadan that maybe the days were particularly long and they are unable to make them up right now because the days are long is it allowed for them to make the days up maybe in the wintertime? We say yes, it is allowed for you to make up for those days.

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In the wintertime where the days are shorter and here in the UK in the summer, the days are particularly long maybe we'll bring salata McRib you know past nine o'clock in the evening, and salata Fajr is maybe two or three in the morning. So it is a quite long days we experienced this a few years ago when Ramadan was in the

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the heart of the summer that is a very very long now handling Ramadan is moving is in April time, these are a bit shorter. However, if a person has dates that they owe, and they want to do them when the days are a little bit shorter, maybe around October, November December time, even January for that matter, you haven't taught them about next year to do them. The quicker you do them, the better. However, if you wanted to delay them to the wintertime when the days are much shorter, then that's no problem in shallow to Island.

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Now the question we have is concerning the recitation of the Quran that at the end of Ramadan that I only reached a certain place and I didn't finish the Quran, I reached maybe two thirds away in a way through my second recitation or second completion or I didn't do it once no problem. If after Ramadan, do I have to start from that spot? Or can I continue from where I like? You should know in this matter, brother and sisters that wherever you recite from the Quran you begin with is the other Okay? As Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran that if you want to read the Quran faster, it will that you seek refuge in Allah, Allah Allah and recite from where you like you want to continue,

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then you can do so. Or if you want to start from another chapter, you can do so. But you should try to bear in mind that the place that you're going to stop, okay, it's on a sound meaning. Okay, and a very common and simple Exam.

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pool that is given on this. And this is a whole, you know, science or this is a whole part of knowledge concerning the Quran brothers sisters. Is that where you're going to stop? Okay? It's good I'll walk. I'll walk meaning the place of stopping. Okay? So many of us we know the chapter sort of tell them our own. Okay, all right a lady you can deal with Dean towards the end of the Quran. Now there is a verse that says, For Wei Lu little mousseline. Now, the translation of the meaning of this verse is an woe to those who pray.

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Now, those who pray we'd say, we've praiseworthy act. So why is this verse saying woe to those who pray?

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Because the verse it stops there, you would have to read the second verse,

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to give an explanation of what the true context of this particular verse is, because the next verse is a Levina, hoomans Salah to him. So who

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are those who are lazy in their prayer? So not just woe to those who pray but rather woe to those who pray and who delay it? Okay, so if I was reading the Quran, and I came to the verse I've been reciting, and maybe for 20 minutes or however long and then I come to the verse For way, little little more saline. And I want to stop here, we say, No, you shouldn't stop here. Because the meaning is not complete. You should read the next verse, you should read the next verse to give a complete meaning. Okay? So, when the button is sisters, when you're reciting Quran, you do your best to have an understanding of where you're going to stop Inshallah, to Allah. And this is not with all

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verses, there are some verses which have at the end of the verse, it's no problem, okay, you can stop there and it doesn't give half a meaning.

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But nonetheless, this should give us

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you know, an encouragement and encouragement to understand and understand what we are reciting into the Quran. I know that in the month of Ramadan, we are pushing ourselves to recite as much as we can, and this really should be given precedence, the the amount of Quran that you can read in the month of Ramadan outside of Ramadan, then there's an opportunity for you to ponder over its meanings to go through, you know, systematically some of the chapters of the Quran and understand their meanings and there are so many mashallah different types of translations that are available. And whilst what is the best translation?

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I don't think it's possible for me to say there is one best translation what I would say is that

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because of the translations, there are different approaches in the types of words that are used the styling of the translation that what appeals to you that what you feel flows with you best, okay, I would say maybe you should go with that particular translation.

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There are a number of translations you know, if one is mentioned, without the other it doesn't mean that's better. Whether it's you know, Professor Abdullah highly seems, translation of the Saudi international or the Noble Quran, Muhammad, Mohsin Han, or the mobile pixel translation, there are different ways of, of translation, translating the meanings of the Quran, whatever you feel comfortable with, and you find that style is you feel you enjoy. So you maybe read a verse of the Quran and then next to it, there are so many applications on your phone and on your computer and things like that, websites you can have access to different translations, you should take this time

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now to Inshallah, tada. Start going through the meanings of the Quran, button sister. So this is something that we should all be doing in Charlotte, Allah increasing our knowledge, and increasing and strengthening our relationship with the book of Allah subhanaw taala, which is not just based upon just the recitation,

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but it's also to other important elements to that there is the recitation, there was the understanding, and then there was the acting upon it. Okay, these are three important elements with regards to the Quran. Okay. So reciting, understanding and acting upon it. There are so many other things for us to take into consideration like it's memorization, and teaching others okay. The meanings of the Quran but few personally been sisters, that reading it, okay, and understanding it and acting upon it. That's the direct responsibility that is upon you Inshallah, tada. I can run the systems you come to the end of this first part, so please join us after the break, where we hope to

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receive some of your phone calls and your questions to buy the coffee cup until after the break. Salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Are you ready?

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ldeo Law Hello ldeo was

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Smith Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah bad Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullah hito baraka to my dear brothers and sisters and viewers at home. Welcome to the second half of it.

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Emeka Well believe it or not, we are Charlotte Allah waiting for your phone calls and also your messages through the WhatsApp so please when the sisters pay attention to the number at the bottom of your screen inshallah to Allah and you are most welcome gelateria to give us a call. Post your question and we'll try our best Inshallah, to other to, to answer that we have a couple of questions and shadow Tyler, that have come through us to us through the WhatsApp.

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Number one, what is the best way to memorize the Quran efficiently?

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Okay, so there are two parts to this question. There is memorizing the Quran and is doing it efficiently. Okay, so

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upon Muslims, it's

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a must really, for us to memorize portions of the Quran. Some of us will be able to memorize all of it. Some of us will be able to memorize maybe less than that. But at the very least, as a starting point, we will all try to memorize sorbitol Fatiha which is a must for us to offer in our Salah Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen we say this inshallah to Allah at least 17 times a day in order to rock out of the units of the prayer we offer. So the best way is to and I'm sure that when you you recite Surah Fatiha

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very rarely, if at all. Ever you forget an idea.

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Yes, it contains seven verses, but you will never forget those seven verses. So if somebody says Al hamdu, Lillahi Rabbil Alameen or workmanager Rahim, the kind of unit you know, immediately that person missed out murli key on within, they missed out of us. Okay, it doesn't sound right because you know, there's a verse missing. And also that because you have memorized that yourself. So you take this on a verse as a small scale, that something that you recite very regularly, okay that you know, those verses like your own name Subhanallah

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if you can then transfer that to the other chapters. Because you recite it frequently. It will strengthen your memorization. So this is the first step after Allah subhanaw taala giving you tofield giving you success and the ability to memorize is that you're going to have to be what to do it regularly. You're gonna have to do it regularly Charlotte Allah. So recite it as much as you can efficiently Well, meaning that you want to be proficient. That means you need to have a teacher, okay, you need to have a teacher to teach you the rules of Tajweed and the rules of Tajweed by persons who is not worthy of you have to do that. Okay. May not be worship. But if you want to

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beautify the Quran to beautify the words of Allah subhanaw taala then have a teacher so that you are free from any mistakes, okay? So being consistent in your memorization and have a teacher and with lots of data, we hope that Allah subhanaw taala allows you to memorize the Quran

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we have a couple of quarters on the line inshallah we'll take those No, I said Mr. Aiken

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Malika McCullough

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Yes, go ahead sister.

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My first question is how do I have karma in my team

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Okay, and the second one is how can I go to Jannatul Cerritos

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Okay, thank you sister. Thank you better to

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Somebody can mix color by legal muster Lavenham celebrity

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chef, Miko spin is that me my husband we sit on the chair and do our Salah and some time when families all together you know, we want to do Salah and Gemma, there's not enough place in the room to sit behind my husband, you know, so we sit side by side. He sit on his chair and I sit but we have side by side. And we're quite old and is it is that allowed to do that when we are doing here with Scylla? Because mostly men woman is not. Okay, next question. Thank you, Steph. Marcia.

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I'm gonna go in reverse order here in Charlotte. So the last question I'll answer first in Charlotte Taylor. So the sister mentioned that both herself and her husband, that when they offer their salah, whatever that it was that they pray on their chair, which is perfectly permitted, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Salah Emma, for LM to stata for J Elisa. That if when you offer your Salah you pray it standing, and if you're unable to do it standing, then you do it sitting if you're unable to do it sitting then you acknowledge them, then you do it on your side. So the husband and wife here may Allah subhanaw taala give them Sahami I suppose I'll give them health. And

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in this life, I mean you're on a diet, I mean,

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okay. We also know that when no man he offers his salah, he is at the front and the women they pray behind, but due to

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Bass issues, they have to put their chairs side by side. Okay, is this an issue,

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we would say is not an issue. Absolutely not an issue. But just one very, very small thing that you can implement in shallow to add.

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The chair does not have to be directly behind because of space. So what you can do is that

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the wife, her chair is just ever so slightly, it can be side by side but ever so slightly behind just even if it's a few inches. Okay, so it's not exactly side by side, maybe just a few inches, that's all that would be sufficient and shallow Taylor and I think this is a reasonable solution for the situation so it's not must the chair has to be behind husband's chair. If it is by the side, no problem, but slightly behind just by one or two inches. If that's all you can, you can arrange them that's no problem insha Allah Allah Okay.

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The next two questions which our sister called in And subhanAllah

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asked about how do I attain and keep is the karma.

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The what is the karma button Sisters is to remain means translate to mean to remain upright.

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To remain steadfast to hold on to your religion

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to prioritize your deen of Allah Islam.

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So, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked these questions, how to attain Jana.

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How to attain Istio karma?

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The Prophet IRA. So Salam said in one reply, meant to be stuck in that see you believe in Allah and remain upright. So when we're talking about remaining upright, remaining steadfast, the first thing that we need to take into consideration is to have true faith.

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Faith that is built upon a realm that is built upon clear and authentic and sound knowledge. It's not based upon wishes and whims and desires. But our faith our Eman should be rooted in our hearts based upon knowledge, knowledge about who Allah subhanaw taala is knowledge about your responsibilities with regards to your Creator, your Sustainer your provider, the one who whom you worship and submit to and serve. You have to have knowledge of these issues. So when we're talking about remaining upright, remaining steadfast in the religion,

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that you recognize Allah subhanaw taala as your load is must be based upon some form of of knowledge in Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran, farlam and no hula Illa Illa who are Illallah that you should know that there is none worthy of worship except Allah accept him subpoena.

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So you have to have knowledge of it.

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And this is what I would, because to be honest with you answering the question deserves a lecture or a series of lectures to give justice to the question. But first and foremost brothers sisters, it starts with knowledge and calling upon Allah subhanaw taala. We know that in the hadith of more IW jabber or the Allahu Anhu but the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, frequently, wildly in sujood would say yeah, mocha labile Kurobe sub bit Colby allergenic,

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all the turn of the hearts, make my heart firm upon your religion. So they go hand in hand brothers and sisters that we are asking Allah subhanaw taala to guide us to the straight path, just as you say in your Salah. It had been a Sirat almost 13 And at the end of that, you see I mean meaning ALLAH who Mr. J. O Allah, answer the supplication that I just made something that we get we say at least 17 times a day. So along with your supplication asking Allah subhanaw taala to guide you. Because guidance is, is with Allah subhanaw taala alone, that it must be then based upon some form of firm and clear and authentic knowledge that you refer to what Allah subhanaw taala told us in the

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Quran, and likewise in the Sunnah of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam.

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As for the second question, how to attend or attain Jana and not just gender the Paradise by the sisters, but genitalia for those who are either, okay? The Prophet alayhi salatu salam said either sell to Morgana if you ask Allah subhanaw taala before the paradise first Allahu Allah for the dose that you should ask for the third dose for in Allah her what I will say to her, because it is the highest and the best of places in the Paradise. So when you ask Allah subhanaw taala for anything and you can, you know, across the board, whatever you're asking for the you ask for the very best that what is best for you in this life, and ultimately, in the end

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After, and those who will attain the very highest and the best places in the hereafter are those who are deserving

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those who are deserving of Allah subhanaw taala Allah's mercy. So what does that mean? And I guess this has a link with the first question that we answered, albeit in brief about how to remain firm upon or how to have steadfastness and to remain upright upon the religion. And that is to have a follow the teachings that what we find in the Quran

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and the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu ala who only were seldom there are those which we will prioritize over others. So the most beloved actions to a La Jolla are the photo, what are the obligatory acts, so we will not prioritize voluntary acts over the photo of the obligatory acts. So I'm not going to stand the night in prayer the whole night and then sleep through Fajr. Know, the Fajr is more important than the night prayer. Okay. So me establishing the fluoride, establishing the obligatory acts is an absolute must for me.

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And we find likewise in the Hadith in Sahih, Muslim when Arabi when a Bedouin man he came into the masjid and he asked the Prophet ISIS, I'm a number of questions, that what Allah has obligate oblate obligated upon him from his prayers, from his charity and from fasting and so on. The Prophet alayhi salam responded on each occasion, to establish the five daily prayers to pay your soccer if necessary, to force the month of Ramadan, and to perform the hajj if you're able to do so. The individual responded by saying I will not do any more, nor will I do any less than that. And then he left the Prophet sallallahu ala some testified that that person would be successful if they were to

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uphold that. So this is Beshara of all of us to be honest. So this is glad tidings for all Muslims, that upholding the obligatory acts, that what a lot of panel data is placed upon our shoulders if we fulfill that, then through Allah subhanaw taala as mercy we will be entered into the paradise insha Allah to Allah. So by the sisters, answering these questions, we must remind ourselves what Allah Allah Allah and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us what to achieve and how to fulfill that. When we ask Allah Allah Allah to make us from those people alone. I mean,

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we have another call inshallah to Allah nine. So we'll take the question now as salaam alaikum.

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Salaam aleikum Sheikh so now

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my question is that the 5g Pray that we pray

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we go to the most and then you've already structured the 5g prayers

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and they joined the Imam to do the to record

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the first

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go you have to do to Raka and then do this let's to rock as well.

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But unfortunately when I got that, I couldn't get a chance to do my two sooner.

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And I did John the the man

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so after finishing with the Ma'am, I mean it's we're kind of do they cannot continue to do the the two that are missed around

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okay whether your question is very clear hamdulillah just

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so, the board is asking about Salat al Fajr. Now,

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meaning inshallah the Allahu Anhu the wife of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the Mother of the Believers told us in the Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us in the meeting, that the two raka before salah, told fetcher is hieromartyr Dunya wa mafia,

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it is better than this dunya and all it contains. So it is one of the most stressed most emphasized Sunnah prayers to pray throughout the whole day. It's not an obligation, but it's not befitting to leave it to pray the to sunnah to Raka, before the budget for so the brother says he entered the Masjid. There's no time to pray those two Fajr that two rather the two sooner or fragile, or the Jama has already started. Now, if the Jamaat has already started, you are obliged to join the Jamara you can't start your own prayer. If the congregation has already started, the person says I want to pray my son the first the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us it will be not to Salah if the prayer

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has been started by Allah salata 11 October, there is no other prayer except the obligatory prayer. So it's not allowed to me to start other prayers, if the obligatory prayer has started. So what do I do? First and foremost, you join the Jamara you join the obligatory prayer

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immediately after it is permitted because it is essentially some form of Kabbalah. You making up for those two so now what you are unable to do, it's allowed for you to make them after the budget prayer immediately.

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Some of the elements are of the view that it is better for you to wait until the sun has risen because the prophets Allah Loyless

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Adam told us that you should not pray, you should not pray. After frigid until the sun has risen paid around the distance of like a space length the sun goes above the horizon by a space length.

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However, we know that the Prophet Elisa said and did make up make up soon in prayers at times, which we may perceive to be prohibited times. So, if it is the case and it's a valid difference of opinion Brothers Sisters, we accept both opinions. But along those myths, we go with the view that if you are unable to pray the two sooner before Fajr when you finished your failure to pray, you pray immediately after you can pray that too soon after inshallah Tada. If it is that you are not able to pray before Allah subhanaw taala it is best to hope the answer is clear. Clear brothers and sisters were just committed wholesale.

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Okay, we have another question here.

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Is it compulsory to wear socks when observing my salah, even if my prayer dress is long enough.

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Now this talk about the sisters, not the brothers. Now,

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upon the view that and this is again, the scholars differ with regards to the approach do women have to cover their feet is that part of the hour or not? We're not going to get into that. But if a sister believes that she has to cover her feet in her salah,

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do I have to wear socks or if I have a long garment which goes over my feet, meaning that no one can see my feet even though I'm not wearing socks My God when my garment covers my feet entirely that when I go into the court, bowing down when I go into sujood My feet are never exposed. You will never see my feet because my garment my prayer garments are very long.

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Is this sufficient? Who would say it is enough for you inshallah Tada, okay, it is not a must for you to wear socks in your Salah. As long as you are or have a garment that covers your feet and that are not exposed at any time during the salah. Then that is no problem in sha Allah, Allah Allah.

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Allah Allah.

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We have another question. If working as a supervisor in an alcoholic selling point, what are the punishment or Islamic views?

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if you have a job, you have, I'm talking in general terms here. If a person believes that they have

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a special situation, it is better for them to go to speak to a person of religion to explain their situation in detail. Meaning if I walk away from my job now that it puts me in a predicament where

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everything collapses, they 100% They have to go to and speak to a person of knowledge okay to explain that situation. However, in normal circumstances, it is not permitted for a Muslim to have a responsibility over the bail hammer over the

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of the selling of alcohol. The person should look for alternative

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work to ensure that inshallah Tada the income is halal. So, if a person leaves something for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala I will not Allahu Muhammad, Allah subhanaw taala will replace it with something better for them but even later either so put your trust in Allah Allah Allah and find something which is held on by IP, which is good and pure. And Allah subhanaw taala will open away for you. But isn't it Hey, Tyler, we're coming towards the end of the show. It's just a couple of minutes left. I'm not sure we have any time to take any more

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calls. But I would say brothers and sisters before we end the show, inshallah to Allah is that

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is important to remind one another and to help one another. And as we know the hadith of Abdullah ibn Sanam, what are the Allahu Anhu he mentioned that his Hadith and which is assured under Timothy isn't authentic hadith, that when the Prophet alayhi salam first entered into Medina, he mentioned three things.

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The first two things are to do with helping others and serving others. And the third thing that was mentioned is with regards to the rights of your Lord Subhan Allah, the first thing that the prophet Elisha mentioned was a few selama the intercom spread salams amongst yourselves. And in all your Muslim communities, brothers and sisters and you see a Muslim give them Salem. Okay, give them send them

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all to a mob to and to give food to one another. So that we alleviate difficulties that may some people are facing or sudden low Bill Layli when nurse will kneel and pray at night, when people are usually sleeping so that you offer your thanks and gratitude to Allah subhanaw taala there's a very beautiful Hadith and focuses on the burden or the beginning of the characteristics and the dealings of a Muslim to another. And Abdul Salam o Abdullah bin Salam. Radi Allahu Anhu was from the people with the book

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He saw this character and the practice of the Prophet Isaiah to learn and became one of the most knowledgeable people in Islam. We asked Allah subhanaw taala to bless you all. We've come to the end of the show until we meet again inshallah Tada next time, just like my little theater was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Yeah, are you

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