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Are you ready?

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M remian.

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More he will Bala care to my dear brothers and sisters, and viewers and welcome to all those who are watching the show today.

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This is Islam Mecca where we give you the opportunity in sha Allah to Allah to

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contact us and sha Allah to pose your questions. Whether that is you calling in, and the number is appearing on your screen every so often for you to call into the studio here, where the opportunity is given for you to call it and drop your question to us. There's also the option of you contacting us via WhatsApp, which is also a number at the bottom of the screen where you can drop your question on the WhatsApp. It's a written way of

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putting the question to us. So there's no excuse. If you feel you want to call us you can do that, or you want to get the question.

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Drop the question via the written method. You can also have that as well, Charlie Taylor, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept from us all, and to bless us all. And know that every moment every day, that a lot about other gifts to us, is an opportunity. And it's an opportunity for us to be thankful and grateful to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And I want to mention very beautiful Hadith of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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which, and when we look carefully at the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salam, we always find that

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especially to do with more omelette,

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that has to do with interactions with other people, that the practice of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is always pushing us to do goodness and righteousness to others, that Islam is a comprehensive way of

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encouraging us to deal with people in the very best way.

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We know in the sound Hadith, that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said, in Netmarble, if too little to mimma mckernon Mala Haluk, but I was only sent to perfect the manners of the people.

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That is their manners with their rub their load a lot gelada the mothers there and how they deal with other people, and also the matters with their own selves.

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But I wanted to focus on about as a Muslim, the importance of making others happy, it highlights Sure, or we call Bill Muslim, we call Bill Muslim, and that is to place happiness in the heart of another Muslim. And that can be done, of course, by 1001 ways. That is by relieving a difficulty that they may have in all its forms, whether they have debts, or whether they need somebody to speak to, that you are there to help them to support them. This places happiness in the heart of another person.

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And that there are those people, there are individuals who find happiness in making other people happy. That's really how they find true happiness in terms of their dealings, that yes, Alhamdulillah they are happy when somebody is good to them, and does something for them or gift something to them. But there are those people Subhanallah that they are more happy, or they are happier,

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too to place happiness in the hands and the hearts of other people, then they themselves.

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And this is probably one of the traits of the

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the Companions, but they would sacrifice their own selves for the sake of others.

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Even if it meant that they themselves were at a loss with your own either foresee him well okay and will be him Kasasa

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Subhanallah that they would

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want to kind of be him cos also that they would make a sacrifice for themselves give up what they had to give to others,

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even though that they would be at a loss themselves, because they would be happier, only too happy to help them their brother or their sister.

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And when the Prophet RS Salam arrived in Medina with the unsought

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and the more Haji rune together, he made a brotherhood and a sisterhood between them.

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So all the MaHA Judoon who had left MK

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that they had left all of their belongings. Everything that they owned in the dunya they left it behind had nothing with them. And when they arrived in Medina, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam joined one more herder, one immigrant with one of the unsought of the helpers of Medina.

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they would make them as a brotherhood, or sisterhood for that matter,

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that they would help one another. And the people of the unsought. The helpers is translated as the people of Medina who had is their city. This is their home, they had their belongings, they had their wealth, they were only happy to share what they had with their new brothers and their new sisters who had sacrificed and left MCE for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala at that time, only to return and hamdulillah

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with the Prophet alayhi salam in the conquest of Makkah in the eighth year of hijra,

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but up until that time, they had made the decision to make that sacrifice for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. So, how beautiful it is,

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and how important it is to place happiness in the heart of another Muslim and this is as we know, the sound Hadith the Prophet alayhi wa sallam told us to do in many issues and that is to enter happiness in the heart of another Muslim so we should try to do that inshallah Tada to place happiness and to help one another because helping Muslim in this life will benefit you being rewarded inshallah Tada and as Allah subhanaw taala has promised us as the Prophet SAW, Selim promised us and informed us that whoever relieves a difficulty of a believer in this life then Allah subhanaw taala will remove with difficulty of that believer on your multicam so we ask Allah

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subhanaw taala

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to accept from us and to make things easy for us all for dunya will occur I mean,

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okay, so we'll start with one of the WhatsApp questions Charlotte Allah that has just come through

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is it so not to say mean after I have made dua, and if someone makes dua for me, should I say mean?

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so, first and foremost, we want to know what the word mean mints, and I'm sure probably most

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by the practice, what they know what mean, what it means. So when some somebody supplicates for you, makes two hour for you. And then you say a minute, you're saying oh Allah accepted this door Allama study, Oh Allah, accept this supplication.

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Now, from the depth from the

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practices, good practices of of when making applications, it is to say I mean, oh Allah answer this application.

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So, if somebody makes dua for you, then you say, I mean,

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you know, when you recite Surah, Al Fatiha and this is a verse, of course, a chapter of the Quran and in your Salah. As we know the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say, I mean, because within Surah Al Fatiha, there is

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a request, which is essentially a DUA

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and that is you asking Allah subhanaw taala to guide you to the straight path, you are requesting. You're asking Allah subhanaw taala it had dinner, clo told Mr. Kane, Oh Allah, guide us to the straight path.

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When you finish the verse, you finish the chapter you say, mean? Oh Allah, answer that supplication that you have made. So therefore, you saying mean, is something which is good practice to do?

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And if someone makes your eye for me, should I say I mean, yes, you say, I mean, I mean, oh Allah. And so that's application. And Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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Next question is

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regarding the fragile prayer, what's better between memorizing the short sutras from the head that I know and reading from the Quran directly?

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Okay, so the dilemma is

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that Salat al Fajr is a prayer that's slightly longer and it's recitation than others. Fajr is longer is the practice of the Prophet and so

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in short, in your fourth prayer, you don't hold any more stuff. Okay? You memorize or you recite from the chapters that you have memorized, even if they're short. Okay? And then when you memorize the long ones, then you can recite them in Chinatown, but in the fall, you don't hold the most half Okay? In short, and alasa peloton is best.

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We have a caller on the line Charlotte Taylor. So we'll take their call by the coffee coma Santa Monica.

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my question is, after I said that, before I start sort of refer to her

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and if I started another school after that, for instance, students

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do I read them Busman before are you talking about in solar or out solar, or anything center in solar, okay. Okay.

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So the reciting of the best mela the best mela meaning the saying of Bismillah okay this is if this is a phrase you think why is he saying best Mala isn't it Bismillah when I say the best Mala This is the statement of one saying Bismillah okay. Now

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before you recite Surah Al Fatiha in your prayer you will say Bismillah held off man blocking okay whether it is an a form sort of Al Fatiha is another discussion, but say it you should say it is recommended at the very least for you to say Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim. Okay, at the very least, you should say Bismillah AR Rahman AR Rahim.

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After you finished Surah Al Fatiha

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it is good practice. It is good practice for you to say Bismillah or Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim before you start a new chapter. Okay? If you're on your own, if you're on your own, then

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you will say it quietly to him and then you will start recite the chapter. Okay. So this is the issue concerning the saying of Bismillah that you do say it okay. But you say it quietly insha Allah to Allah before each of the of the chapters, even though it may not be necessarily part of the chapter, but to separate the chapters. Okay.

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Then you can say it if you left it,

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meaning that you recited you said Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu lillahi rabbil aalameen You recited certain fatty mean. And then you went into for example, straight away. Bull who Allahu Allah or summit and you finished a chapter without saying Bismillah labrets you have not left anything which is an obligation of the prayer.

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You have not made a mistake, okay? It's not a problem inshallah. Tada. Okay. So that's the issue concerning the best mela and Allah Allah subhanaw taala know his best

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Okay, so we have another question inshallah to Allah concerning will do. And that is the gap the gap between when you're making model Am I allowed to dry my bodily parts?

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Can I dry my arms for example, before I go into the next part, when making model

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so first and foremost, it is better that when you are making wudu, okay, that there are no gaps. Ie that when you you know you wash your face for example, you don't get that for example a towel, then dry your face. And then you go to wash your arms and hands and then you dry that and then you go to your head, you should refrain from you should refrain from

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drying the bodily parts during your boudoir This is unnecessary.

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At the end, at the end of the window, can I dry my bodily parts? By drawing my arms and my face after making although

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we know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on occasion did not dry after his arms and his face and his feet for example. After making wudu okay, we also have note on another occasion and Hadith in Senator Ted Murthy that the Prophet alayhi wa sallam asked the eyeshadow the Lorena for a piece of cloth that he dried himself after making Moodle okay. So, the prophet is Islam did both there were occasions where he did not draw himself after Bordeaux and there was an occasion that he that he did

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we also know that in the sun Hadith that the if a person with the drops of water the fall from himself or herself when making more dough is a removal of sin the shadow This is also established. So if one wanted to have that Fidella have that blessing then they would refrain from

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drawing themselves after widow and Allah subhanaw taala knows best

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is the saying of Bismillah and obligation before will do

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is the saying Bismillah is a must watch an obligation

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before you make follow

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that more correct opinion based upon the evidence is is that it is not an obligation.

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It's good practice to do so. It's good practice to say Bismillah before you make wudu okay, if you didn't say we'll do

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then the window is still valid. Okay, the window is still valid.

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Next question is that many people ask I'm in the bathroom. I'm in the auditorium here or something like this. Hi ma'am as Kamala, do I say Bismillah or not? Okay because we shouldn't say the name of Allah subhanaw taala into the toilet, okay. We should not should not mention the name of Allah Allah Allah in the bathroom, okay. Therefore, what is the solution for this?

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One may, if they in their heart in that tension to say Bismillah or not to say it loud

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but to move their lips but not say out loud that this is sort of solution for you. Okay that would be

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a way of you doing that if you happen to be in the bathroom and Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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Another question we have here inshallah Tada

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is, if I'm unable to

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make up the fasts, now, I have some days remaining from Ramadan. And I am unable to make them up now. Because the origin The starting point is that if, with regards to any obligatory acts of worship that I owe to Allah subhanaw taala, the best thing for you to do is to do it sooner rather than later and not to delay. Okay, the sooner you do it, the better. So if somebody has some remaining days

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that they need to make up because maybe a woman or sister who didn't fast for a number of days due to her monthly cycle for example, she didn't make them up yet. Can I make them up maybe in the winter, when the days are much shorter, at least here in the UK, United Kingdom in the in the wintertime in the months of maybe December and January. The days of fasting are quite short, you may be talking about maybe nine hours, okay, maybe from seven in the morning to maybe four in the afternoon. Okay, even shorter than that possibly is it allows you to do that it's allowed you to do that there are certain obligations which have a timeframe to you for you to offer them in. Okay,

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some of them or the timeframe is longer than others you know when you pray so a lot of the whole so the other end of salata dot goes it goes off. Do I need to pray right then? No, you you can pray right then and it's good to pray Michelle as soon as the time enters, but you have until ourselves to offer it. Okay. Likewise, the days that are owed for Ramadan you have until next Ramadan to offer them. Okay. So if one wants to choose to offer them in the shorter days, they have that option, and Allah supplant them is best.

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So we have another caller on the line inshallah Tada. We'll take that salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Wa Nicholas. Yes, sister.

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Yes, I have concerns for my for my daughter.

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And my taxes soon as Mandy and she will get bootleg platinum

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for my daughter's

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Do you have the phone on speakerphone sister? Are you speaking directly into the phone? Because I couldn't really hear the question that clearly. Sorry.

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Would you say the question again for me please?

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So that when it comes just that you still there? Okay. Did you catch the question?

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I didn't understand that question. I'm so sorry.

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Okay, also the sisters requesting something from me. I do apologize. I couldn't. I couldn't understand the question that I wasn't so clear.

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But the team at the back have informed me that you've asked us to make dua for you that your daughter is able to get married to Charlotte Taylor, and also to buy a house as understood. So I asked her last panel Talia to grant your daughter, pious and good righteous husband and that they are able to purchase a house which is good for them in Charlotte, Allah.

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May Allah subhana, Allah bless him, I mean, and for anybody in that position, any brother and sister is wishing or looking to get married. May Allah Allah Allah bless you with that what is good for you.

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So whoever is looking for a pious and righteous spouse

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many occasions, and happens with a lot that you know, you think that I'm making lots of dua, and it doesn't seem to be happening, isn't happening have have waited years.

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I've met so many people, and I'm not right. I'm not meeting the right person. And then they start looking at themselves. Maybe there's something wrong with me. Maybe I'm a bad person. Why isn't Allah answering my daughter, then they go into maybe a state of

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depression, not clinical depression, but feeling down and maybe losing hope.

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We must remember and sisters that on this issue that what is upon us is to make dua to call upon a lot of Article Taylor.

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And then you leave the rest to Allah subhanaw taala and whatever happens, Allah's plan is the best plan. Okay, so if you want to buy a spouse, do what is necessary Charlotte, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah will give you that was good for you. Similarly, if you want a house, you want a home, you make dua, okay. I'm just going to knock at your door with some keys and a contract and say, This is your home. You have to work for it. Okay, you have to work for it and do what is correct. So may Allah

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Panatela go on those who want to, to own their home. May Allah subhanaw taala fulfill that go on to a home, that you will happen that you can have a family. And you can worship Allah subhanaw taala in Allah Muhammad.

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And this is a good reminder,

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not to lose hope.

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Never lose hope, never despair, in in your supplication in your dura, because our supplications are answered in in different ways to do not restrict to the answering of drought, or the answering of your supplication in the way that, that you see it only. And this is, maybe for some of us is how we see it. You know, when I make do I expect the outcome to be like this, when in actual fact, the answering of supplication doesn't have to be in that, as we know that a lot about Catan is the one who answers the supplications, the answering of the application doesn't necessarily mean it will appear or manifest in the way that you think it will be.

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So at times, you may be asking for something which is not good for you. You think it's good for you, but it's not good for you?

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And so Allah subhanaw taala is mercy and love for his servant? Is that what you are asking for?

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That it is not answered, and it is you're given something else, which is better for you. Okay? And will Allah His method, Allah, and Allah subhanaw taala has the best example. But sometimes for us to understand between, between our own selves, you know, if a parent, a mother or father is how they have children,

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their son or their daughter asks them for something, which the parent knows is, it's not good for them. Okay, maybe I don't know. It's a very young child, and they're asking for a smartphone. Okay, and you see the child not necessarily responsible enough

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to have a smartphone, that there's too much that they're going to be exposed to won't know how to control or limit themselves having a smartphone. So you give them an alternative. Now, from the child's perspective, their request is quite simple. I want a smartphone. And the ideal outcome for me is for you to give me a smartphone. However, the parent knows more than better than you.

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So therefore, you get something else. Now, from a child's perspective, you know, I've requested something and it hasn't come the way I wanted it. And maybe that child gets upset, they become upset, they get angry. And for they have mixed emotions. And the parent tries to teach them tries to educate them, that you know, not everything you ask for that you get this worldly life. And sometimes, if you get an alternative, sometimes that alternative is better for you.

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And on a far greater and better level. When we are dealing with a lot of articles. There are times when we ask for something that what we asked for, we don't know the outcome of it or how it will be for us. Whether that was a spouse, I wanted to marry that person. I thought that was the right person. This was my quote unquote, my soulmate.

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This is what you thought, while Allah subhanaw taala is is more knowing than you and the fact that it didn't work out. You thank Allah subhanaw taala for that, and you ask Allah Allah, Allah, somebody better for you and somebody better for them. Okay, so, it is important for us to recognize and know that when we are supplicating, the outcome is not necessarily and has to be the way that you want it to be or to define it. Okay?

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Allah, Allah, Allah at times will direct what you're asking to something else, or save what you are asking for until a time when you really need it.

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And we know that Allah subhanaw taala is more merciful to His servant than one's mother is to her own children. Subhan Allah, once we understand this very, very important principle in Islam, Allahu Akbar, that Allah, Allah, Allah is more merciful to his obedient servant, than the mother of that servant. Then whatever happens to us, whatever occurs, we are happy with what Allah subhanaw taala decrees for us we are never in a state where we lose hope. We are never in a situation where we are rejecting or not happy with what Allah subhanaw taala decreed for us. But rather we say Alhamdulillah All Praise and thanks is due to Allah subhanaw taala for that what happened? And we

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move on. Okay, brothers, sisters, this is a very, very important principle concerning our manners, our Derbe with records with regards to a lot about aquatalia So we ask Allah Allah to forgive us for our shortcomings, and to God us the best in this life and in the hereafter. So we've come to the end of this first part of the show, and we'll meet you on the other side inshallah Tada Baraka lofi calm was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Yeah, are you ready?

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M remian.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome back brothers and sisters and viewers to Islamic we're in the second half of the show in a shot at Allah we hope that we would have your participation in your calls and you put your questions in Charlotte IRA. And also that you can send your questions via WhatsApp

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for as part of the show involves me pretty much speaking a lot by myself

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and normally too much participation from yourself so we encourage you to call inshallah tell if you have a question and also to send your questions via WhatsApp. So we can shed some light on your questions but isn't it laid out?

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So some WhatsApp stuff confidential Italia will endeavor to go through some of those But Isn't it lovely Tyler?

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Okay, so the next question is with regards to a hair transplant, is it permitted to have

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a hair transplant

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There are now more options than there were before people you can travel abroad and you can have this

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kind of

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job done if you like want to put it that way. And a very much cheaper price than coming and doing it here in the UK and travel abroad and still have some money in your pocket is a hand no hand over hair hair transplant no hair transplant hair transplant is allowed.

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There Aloma have given a ruling on this that it is permitted for you to have hair transplant and that is by if a person has the hair follicles you know they have some hair.

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So they use those hair follicles on your head and then use to kind of plot them or see them on your head. So that the hair it stimulates hair growth and other parts of your of your head. So that is permitted for you to do in Charlotte Allah and the make sure that you go to trusted medical professionals concerning that they have a good reputation so it's permitted for those who have hair loss to have this hair transplant inshallah to Allah

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and Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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as you probably well know been the sisters for take the next question that hajj is coming soon.

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We are moving into the month of volterra

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which is the month which precedes was the month before all hedger

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and it is known that this year, there will be hedging shot at Al Hamdulillah.

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But the numbers will be very much scaled down. There will be maybe half or less just less than half the amount of people going to perform Hajj. So those who are intending to go, I ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy for you. I ask Allah, Allah azza wa jal to make your life transforming journey for you. And that prepare yourself as well. Prepare yourselves in the very best way that you can. Because you have some time now, maybe a month, a good month, to educate yourself on how to get the very best out of hedge to get the best out of Hutch. So that he can be the journey and the act of a buyer that you want it to be and you want to get the desired outcome and the desired outcome for

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everybody is what the accepted hedge and the accepted hedge. Lisa hold. Willa Jana has no other reward. Had you remember or except it has no other reward except the paradise. So may Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for those who are intending to make Hajj allow them to make the Hajj and to have the intended outcome with an accepted Hajj Allahumma Amin.

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I have a question that when fasting between different time zones, if I begin fasting

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in the UK in London, my plane takes off and then I arrive later in the day. Do I break my fast at the UK time? Or do I break my fast in the destination that have arrived at? Okay, this is a common question. So we say in this situation that with regards to timings whether it's to do with fasting or to do with the prayer that you judge your situation from the timezone that you are in at that particular time.

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Okay, so if you started fasting in the UK time, and then you take a journey, you're going to play new travel 678 10 hours, maybe the destination that you arrived at, let's say hypothetically, you're traveling west, okay.

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And so yet, the sun has not set Okay.

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So therefore, okay in stock market, so therefore let's say I don't know I take a few k and I'm going to the United States of America, okay? And timewise there behind us. So you take off around midday,

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okay? Or even needlessly, no you take off because the time zones at the minute take off about three or four in the afternoon. He has not marketed okay, you arrive in your destination, okay. And you're going back in time so so time catches up. So it's still only maybe six or seven local time when you arrive in United States but in the UK, they broken They're fast. What do I do? You go by the timezone that you are in? Okay, you go by the timezone that you are in, and then you follow those times in Charlottetown Okay, so we have a caller on the phone we'll take the caller there question inshallah Allah Salam Alaikum

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Hold on, just hold on. If you're listening to the show, just mute it so I can only hear you if you don't mind.

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Basically, I want to know, you know Joomla three times.

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Three times you're gonna roll up three times Friday, Mr. Ma from appraiser

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slots is prohibited. I don't know if he's fronting or not and also someone pushing

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you another question go ahead. Yeah, basically

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Latin lying in Islam that something or someone's consider something you feel you feel you feel something that they're not you feel the most or the know something that the sense that you know, they know basically and they're not telling you the truth like they're hiding from me. So is that is that permissible as well obviously the slot secret basically in circumstances to keep secret is that they should don't want to cause any corruption later they don't want to make it worse but the consequent at the same time is Smith

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is that is that is allowing some persons withholding information in South Florida Yeah, it's essential you have to feel you have to go through the you know, sometimes God's been

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telling us is true but you know certain obviously they don't want to accuse

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May Allah bless you bought a coffee thanks for the call.

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Okay, so the Buddha has two very nice questions. But the first question is it sinful to miss three Joomla Well, missing one Joomla is bad. Okay, missing one Joomla without any reason is is an issue. Okay. Attending salata Jumeirah on a Friday is why Egypt is an obligation upon the males, the men is a must for you to attend the Jamar

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the Prophet alayhi wa sallam warned us further that a person who was who misses a Jew Maura three times more to her when and who is like neglectful, completely neglectful doesn't care. Then Allah subhanaw taala may place a seal on their heart. Okay. We're not talking about a person who has extreme or exceptional circumstances, okay, this is a different issue. Okay.

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But a person who is completely neglected, neglectful. This is a big issue. Okay? Attending Joomla is an absolute must. And we must not take it lightly. I got a new job. I want to impress the boss, you know,

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impress Allah subhanaw taala. That's the one you need to impress all the time, not your boss. Not to say that you are disregarding and disrespectful to anyone? No, of course. Of course not. But you let your workplace know that you are a Muslim, you need to attend to more, and you need to find a solution for that. shontella Okay. May Allah subhanaw taala make an open away for those who have situations or challenges in this situation? I mean,

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okay, the next question is a little bit

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sensitive. I mean, I guess, you have a gut feeling. You have this feeling that somebody's withholding some information.

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That person is allowed for them to withhold the information, ie that they are keeping it secret, or they're withholding the information. And their response is that if I you know, let this people know about the information then more fitna

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it causes a bigger problem.

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What I would say because I can only answer this generally, in general, okay, this is not necessarily specific to the situation that maybe you're referring to, but what I would say is that

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if a Muslim has knowledge of something,

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and that by informing others about I'm not talking about security issues, of course, okay, I'm talking

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about maybe, you know, relationships between people on that level to them a very simple level, okay?

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That maybe if somebody knew that he or she was speaking bad about that person, this would cause big corruption and splitting between the family. So therefore, I'm not gonna pass that information on. Okay, but you have a gut feeling that they, you know, something is going on.

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If their response is that, you know, let's just try to move on resolve this situation. Okay. Although that you're very fluidly. You're very nosy, you just want to know, I mean, I don't know why you think you need to know, maybe you need to know.

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But the point is that there may be situations or times when withholding the information, keeping it to themselves, maybe a greater Masilela maybe a greater benefit in that sort of the situation can be resolved. Okay, not at all times. Everything has to be said, Okay. This is a general general advice, okay? And maybe you have a gut feeling, maybe your gut feeling is correct. However, the outcome is going to be negative, okay, the, the outcome will be negative. So therefore, there may be occasions when keeping something to yourself, may be the better thing to do. Okay.

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With a view to resolving the situation another gentleman knows best.

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We have another caller on the phone as salam aleikum.

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Hello, yes. Yes. Go ahead. Question, please.

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Oh, I'm just asking. It's about live in the UK. And can you please explain? What do you know about that?

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Does that okay?

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Okay, so this is asking about

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the life of the body. And that is the life of grief.

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And as Muslims, it's part of our

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part of our belief, because it has been explained to us in the Quran and the Sunnah, that there is an existence that we have as human beings, beyond this life, or either when we die it, it doesn't mean that it's all over. And that's it. No, our life, we have a journey, we have the existence of this life, in this dunya as we perceive it, and know it. And then when the soul is taken, from this physical body we have it is buried, and that person then has an existence and has a life of the grief.

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And then after that is of course the coming of the our Yeoman PM, everybody's raised, take into account and their destination is then given to them, that they will be either in the Paradise or the Hellfire We ask Allah, Allah Allah to make us from the people of Jana the paradise mean. Now, the topic of ultrasoc. When I say bizarre, it is the life of the grave, that is what is intended by that. This is a vast topic. So we affirm it, we know that it is a reality. And

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it is a real existence, not to be compared to this worldly life, okay. There are fundamental differences, fundamental differences between the life that we are living now and the life of the of the grief, but we affirm it and we believe there is as regards to the life of the grave, that a person can be rewarded in the grief, as well as the person can be punished in the grave. So the Prophet alayhi salatu salam

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used to seek refuge used to seek for protection from the punishment of the grave. So we know that it is a reality, the reality as well as the person can have

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received blessings in the grave. Okay, so we, we make dua for that person in the grave to receive Allah's forgiveness and mercy and to to widen their grief to give them a spacious place in their grief, which is a good news for them. Okay, so this is in brief, what we mean by the life of the body, or the life of the grief or love item.

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We have a couple of callers on the line go and take those calls now. Charlotte Allah Salam Alikum walaikum salam, your question, please.

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Hello, yes, yes, go ahead. My shake. You certainly are. Okay, shake you know after some follow up in the morning fights, and also Margaret's salah. We do the free cool and free times like hello Allah what three times koulos Breville. Three times closer, not three times. Each time we say the cool three times do we have to say three Bismillah each time or one Bismillah will be enough for the three times each cool. Okay, the question. Thank you. So step four. I want to know okay, well answer that question is Charlottetown thank you so much.

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next quarter Salam aleikum.

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Thank you so much.

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piece of advice brother Listen to me through the telephone call and not through the TV. So if you can mute the TV and speak to me through the phone Thank you. I have done thank you so much. Go ahead my first one is that our men are about to die here black because somebody does it and I need clearance. Right?

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Second Second is that if I do Hodge for my parents what happens to my house?

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Okay, as you might have yourself No, I'm not Yes. Okay. So

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okay, but I was trying to

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find out Okay, number three, is there Insitute in parcela Insitute Am I it is incumbent only that I do Arabic dua or can I do in my language as well? Okay. Excellent question and when can I do in my language and Sunnah. Okay brother, Mashallah.

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MashAllah have some good questions here.

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So, the first question is just as asking quite rightly, that after Salat al Fajr, and after salata mohareb, that it is the practice, that when after the fourth prayer we make our oath card, and from the other card is to recite, on who Allah who had called Aruba, Bill Phillip called our old openness with fragile and Mahara. We see we see each of these chapters three times. The system was quite right in that the other Salah like Valhalla, also, and in Asia, we only say there's chapters just once after the Salah.

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Do we say IE? When we say called Hola, hola. Hola. Hola. Summit. Let me read what I'm good at. Well, let me echo local fauna. What do we say Bismillah. Again, between each of the chapters is good to do so. Okay, it is good to do so. If you missed it out there how much there's no sin? Does it mean that your car is incomplete? Okay. It's good practice to say Bismillah. Okay, it's good to see Bismillah between each of the chapters in Charlotte and I know at times we want to maybe say a little bit quickly but just say Bismillah there's reward in doing that Inshallah, to Allah. Allahu Allah. Next question is concerning. Dying one's hair. Black.

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Is that allowed for us to use a dye will make our hair black, while beards black. There's a prohibition on this.

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And we'll correct viewers that will honor that it is not permitted to use any black hair dye. Okay, if you want to use very dark brown, or brown, then that's permitted no problem shallow towel. But as for dyeing the hair black, then there are clear Hadith, which state that this is not permissible. And a lot of adequate Allah knows best.

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I'm going through the answers fairly quick because we're short of time. Okay.

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As for Hajj for one's parents is it permitted to do that? First and foremost, we say it is allowed for a Muslim to make Hajj to make the pilgrimage on behalf of another person. This is allowed. Okay, this is permitted.

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They were very sound ahaadeeth to state that there was one condition

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and that is that you made the Hajj for yourself first. Okay, that you make the Hajj for yourself first, then you can make hajj on behalf of another person. Okay.

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So brother, if you intend to make Hajj, the first Hajj that you're going to make it has to be for yourself. And then in the future, if you desire or wish to make Hajj for one of your parents, then you are permitted to do that inshallah Tada as long as you've done it for yourself.

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First. The last question is regard to sujood in frustration, are you allowed to make dua in other than the Arabic language maybe? I don't know. Arabic language. So therefore we say after you have completed by saying Subhan Allah BL Allah, you say this at least once okay in sujood everyone has to say that Subhan Allah, Allah Allah three times is a command is more complete Mashallah.

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If you don't know any Arabic duras and it's good to learn some

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but to learn some even if it is very simple saying Allahu Allah in the local Jana Allahumma inni as a loca, agenda for forwards O Allah, I asked you to go on to the agenda. Very simple drought Allahumma in the URL zoo Baker, Mina NAR five words, but Allah I asked you to protect me from the fire. You can say that in Arabic and Masha Allah you've asked for everything No, but nothing better than that. Or log on to the agenda and protect me from the hellfire. Therefore, if you haven't memorized that you wanna make your own your own language. It is permitted for you Inshallah, to Allah

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Whether in the form of the Sunnah pray, okay. It is allowed for you to inshallah to Allah. If you don't know any duras in the Arabic, then you can make dua in your own language whether it is a fourth or the Sunnah. May Allah subhanaw taala accept Tomas Oba and sisters and this is we've come to the end of the show. So until next time Baraka Lo Fi comm was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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