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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the best qualities of Islam, including being the best of all, having belief in everything, being the best of all, having belief in everything, and being the best of all. They also discuss the importance of protecting privacy and privacy for others, and the use of Islam as a means to avoid evil. The speakers emphasize the importance of worshiping Allah's sub decades and the use of Islam as a means to avoid evil, while also addressing topics such as cryptocurrencies and mental health issues. They also mention the importance of seeking professional help for mental health issues and seeking a fine balance.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa sallam robotica optically water Silikal Amin while early he was a big marina Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Welcome my dear brothers and sisters and viewers to an episode of Islamic law where we take your questions or shallow Taylor. And we will try our very best to answer those queries and questions that you put to us. You have the option of calling into the studio and the number is appearing at the bottom of your screen. And also you have the option to Shatabdi to WhatsApp your question through the number that is also appearing on the bottom of your screen and while we are waiting, Inshallah, to Allah

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for your questions, and we'll have the iPad each other to add all the device that we have here, whether it is Android, whatever it is, we'll answer your questions on that Sharda Taylor. In the meantime,

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I was just thinking about the special qualities

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that Allah subhanaw taala mentions about this particular Ummah, the amount of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and he has a number of special qualities.

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And a number of these qualities

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include are on are mentioned actually in a particular verse In surah. Al Imran

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were a loss of Hannah to Alice's couldn't quantum clear on Metin, digitally nurse, that you were the best of nations that were raised up amongst all nations amongst mankind.

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And if we think about Subhanallah, the many centuries running into 1000s of years where man has lived on earth. There many different civilizations, the many great superpowers that existed throughout time. We think about the Romans and the Persians and all the different,

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you know, civilizations that existed across the earth, around the globe. But the modern nation of Muhammad Alayhi Salatu Salam is the best of nations.

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So, then you have to ask yourself or the question may be posed, what is the yardstick are what are you judging one nation to another, with regard to it being the best?

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Because what I see or I perceive as the best, maybe differ from another person, another person say no, this is best. You might say it's like, completely subjective. It depends on that person's own position, position, what they think is important, or it could be up on what are the parameters what we're judging it by,

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but Allah subhanaw taala is the one who gives us the parameters and tells us by what a nation is to be distinguished, what is to be seen as superior to others.

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And it is these qualities, these characteristics that we as Muslims must uphold in our lives, so that inshallah we uphold those characteristics and those parameters if you like, in adhering to and being part of that particular Ummah, now we are muslims Alhamdulillah we are part of the ummah of Al Islam. So this verse in Surah Al Imran Allah subhanaw taala says that you are the best of nations that you were raised up for mankind why?

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Because you tap mode on a bill my autofill button hold on I need one Cody what took me no one will love you believe you command the good, you forbid the evil and you believe in Allah subhanho wa Taala these three things while these three points if you'd like I'll for ultimately what is mentioned last is belief in Allah subhanaw taala is the most important

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that everything goes back to having belief in Allah subhanaw taala and you may see that button sisters as may be quite a simple principle. You know, we talk about the articles of faith. When the angel Jibreel lsfm came to the Prophet alayhi salam ask what is Iman and the prophets Allah Assam started with, you know, belief in Allah.

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belief in Allah is the absolute fundamental is the very basis of who we are as Muslims.

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I mean, it's not just oh I believe in the existence of Allah subhanaw taala which is an essential part of it, but it is also to have the correct belief in Allah subhanaw taala believing in him with his names and attributes and how he has described himself in the Quran Subhana wa Tada following his commands, because you believe what He has revealed to us. Novell is Divine is superior because of that. So therefore believe in Allah subhanaw taala is fundamental,

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but they are

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The two characteristics that this Alma was labeled out as being the best of nations is commanding the good and forbidding the evil.

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And that what Allah Tabata Qatal has told us in the Quran as to what is good, what is considered motto if you want to translate it into English something that what is good, something which is befitting. And the opposite of that is munkar. That what is evil or wrong? So, these two polar opposites, what is good and what is bad that what is right and what is wrong, this isn't something that you and I will define according to our own desires.

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That's not defined to us. Because you have a group of people that suddenly wake up and say, Okay, people are in good, you know, engaging in a certain practice, and because it doesn't really harm anybody, and they like it, therefore, let's just, you know, promote it for everybody. Okay?

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Well, Allah Tabata, Allah gave us a divine guidance, which, as Muslims, we ultimately believe, to be superior to be the very best, once that starts to be changed, meaning once people themselves, start defining for themselves making their own rules, that what is good, and that what is right, then this will be a path to absolute destruction. What do I mean by absolute destruction? Do I mean both buildings falling down on houses falling down. Now, I don't mean that. What I mean is that you will find a moral collapse within society, that you will have a society that does not know what is good, and that they do not know what is evil or wrongdoing. But there is just confusion amongst the

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that you will have generations of people, you will have maybe the older generation who oppose the younger generation, because the older generation say we didn't used to have these values. And then the new generation says, No, we have these new values, and they oppose, they oppose the older generation. So therefore, you have friction between these two generations SubhanAllah. And sometimes, you find times that there are more than one generation, you may find the grandfather, and then the Father, and then the son Subhanallah, all of them are differing over the different morals and standards that they were brought up upon. And this is because each generation has a new set of

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moral codes.

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So therefore, you find confusion within a society. And then you find that throughout time, and, you know, history is a testament, and is a proven and evidence for us to see how things are developing and how they are moving and how they're going. So if 50 years ago, or 100 years ago, certain people had, you know, certain values, family values, and that those family values no longer exist, that you find families are no longer close together. But people helping one another, and supporting one another in communities, that's no longer present.

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So we take that a little bit further, that they didn't need governments, or institutions or quasi institutions, or all these things to artificially push people to do good.

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That wasn't needed before. That once upon a time, the neighbor would help the neighbor. And the neighbor we're not talking about is the one who lives one door away from you. But the whole street, they would consider themselves as neighbors, and that they would help one another, they would support one another, that of so and so needed some aid or some help, that will pull together. And they do something for that person, not to say that societies of the past are perfect, absolutely not. But these values of support and help and community was valued, was supported.

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And if you look at it as well, further, that these are very important elements to having a conducive, and a good society, a pleasant society where people are happy. And once you take these things out of a society, where people are no longer working together, what are becoming individuals. But everyone is looking to resolve and sought out their own benefit and not at the expense of others at times.

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Then you find there's a breakdown of communication. There's a breakdown of linkage between not only the society, but families as well. That you find certain family members you don't have contact with them anymore. Even though we're living in a time where communication has never been easier. Maybe in the history of man Subhanallah amongst ourselves with a lot of devices and technology that we have. People somehow are further apart. And we have been deceived into thinking we are connected to people but

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This connection had being a virtual connection has no reality.

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So, getting back to the point, that this on the home of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam has been

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measured out by Allah subhanaw taala to be the very best of nations, why? Because we come on the good and we forbid the evil and we believe in Allah subhanaw taala therefore, the Muslim in whatever place that they are,

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whatever time or era or place whatever, the Muslim always has a set of values that are fixed, that they are upright

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and that we can stick to that hamdulillah no one is there to define to us that what is halal or what is haram? Alhamdulillah we have the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala to

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aid us and Allah, Allah, Allah will aid us will help us if we ask for his help, to guide us to the straight path for us to determine that what is good and to stick to it and to remain upon it. Imagine now something you know, within Islam is you know, nations have before in the Quran nations before were destroyed. nations were destroyed for certain actions, certain behaviors, whether it was deception, or social immorality, okay, infidelity, all of these things. Allah Allah, Allah destroyed nations for them. And then in the modern day, the Muslim lives in a society where, because they have been normalized,

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that become numb to it because it's become so frequent and as well that it doesn't harm anybody. It's okay. The society around us the laws accepted, and it's in complete contrast to the teachings of Allah subhanaw taala. And then somebody forbids that evil. An individual says this is haram, that individual is attacked. That individual is seen as an extremist, that person is seen as you're bringing something which is not conducive to our society. How dare you? We are Muslims. How dare you teach us Islam?

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How dare you bring Islamic teachings to us that for all intents and purposes, that is what they are seeing. And this is the danger My dear brothers and sisters and the very sad state of some individuals that claim Islam believe in Islam, but when you want to teach them Islam, they don't want it to them. They don't want to the teachings that a lot of articles Allah gave to us in the Quran and the authentic student of the Prophet eraser so can we ask Allah Allah Allah to protect us and to guide us to the straight path? I mean, this was maybe a slightly extended introduction so

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we'll start taking your questions now inshallah Allah on the on the WhatsApp.

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So, can we pay someone else's mortgage for them

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is very simple question.

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Somebody has a debt now

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is allowed for me to pay the debt of another person if they have a debt very simply Yes, it is present is permitted as permitted. Even the car can be given to a person who has debts. Okay, this is a very clear Islamic principle in the Islamic teachings as well.

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But what is behind the question I believe is that can I play for pay for somebody else's mortgage which is which is a haram loan? Let's be clear now haram loan can I pay off their haram loan

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right. So, a person has

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done something which they know to be a form of sin haram and they repented and you want to get out of it.

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If they want to, you want to help them get out of that situation, it is permitted for you to do that inshallah Tada, okay, it is allowed for you. But the person should be aware that that what they have done is wrong. And to get rid of that toxic debt as soon as possible. is a priority for them another Muslim helping get them out of that situation is fine. Insha Allah, Allah Allah. We have a caller on the line. We'll take that with us when Jonathan Salam aleikum. Wa alaykum wa salaam hour as medulla Bugatti che

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jet Mashallah. I was watching your program today my show and you mentioned

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basically, our purpose here is obviously a worshipper last month alone but as a community, women to be examples of encouraging one's rights and disclaimer this one, I want you to elaborate a bit more especially in English

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in the sense that you know,

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our worship is vertically between us and Allah subhanaw taala. But also stressing horizontally as well. We worship Allah, Allah when we treat each other on a horizontal level.

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Those two attributes can you please elaborate on those please? That's a good question.

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Okay, so brothers asked a very good question actually. And that is, you just say I say in English. I hope that what I've said earlier is clear. I may have mentioned some Arabic terms, but I tried to translate them as much as I can. If I have overlooked some of the translations. Please forgive me.

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we have another caller. We don't get this caller waiting but I'll come to your question brother Okay.

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Salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah call on the line. Well, as long as

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your question, please. I just wanted to share just from this Eid when you see it is it's hard to deal with Sunday. Just wanted to clarity. I don't know, if that's something that you can tell us. Is it Saturday Sunday?

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Is that what it's going to be? Says Absolutely. The weekend?

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I know but would you know it's a Saturday or Sunday, Allahu Island. I don't think the month has actually started. So they will try to cite the moon. And once the moon is cited, then we'll build it will be able to determine Sharla Taylor,

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whether it's going to be if it is the Saturday when does the moon site? Exactly. I'm not sure where we are at the moment. Maybe it's maybe two or three days time. Allahu Allah. I think we've corrected on that. But I'm sure that China will make it known shot at everybody when they when it's been announced.

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Oh, shoot, I wanted to know Yeah. Before have documented beforehand. We can't know we can't know I'm afraid we have to wait for the moon sighting like that I'm often situation you know, when it sort of on starting wait for the moon announcement, and then we'll know inshallah Tada in advance. We know when it's first of all height, isn't it? Yeah, yeah. That's why That's why when we noticed the first of all had jumped and we of course, we know in advance, automatically that 10 days later is the is the day of eating.

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Sure. Okay.

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So, going back to the previous caller,

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I touched on some of the issues where worshiping Allah subhanaw taala is something which is direct between the servant, the slave and the Lord. So whenever you offer Salah up, you're sick, or you're fasting or you're performing your Hajj, or whatever you're giving charity,

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this is done out of for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. And your reward will be from Allah subhanaw taala no doubt, this is the video for Muslim. Now,

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when the brother described it in a very nice way, that this is like a vertical relationship between the servant and their Lord, in the worship that they are offering. Now, what is also beautiful and amazing with regards to our worship, is that it has a heroic horizontal impact as well. Meaning that when we're offering our salah, our prayer for example, that prayer is for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala. But when the Muslim attends the masjid, there is a communal impact, where they come in the community, they come together and they support one another, and they get to know one another. And they share many things when they come together in the masjid. Similarly, when the car is paid to car

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helps the you know the eight different categories. So the poor and the destitute and those who have debts or those who are,

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you know, travelers and things like that the different categories that you find in Zika. So it has an impact sideways as well to the actual community as well. So Allah subhanaw taala legislated for us worship, which allows us to be because the types of people we are, we are kind of social, we're social beings, we we need interaction. I'm not talking about the exceptions who like to be at home most of the time, okay, that's fine. But in general, as human beings, we're social, social people, we're social, social creatures, if we do sailors something like this, so we have interaction. So our worship at the same time as it is for Allah subhanaw taala will impact the community as well. So as

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they occur, will look after the needs of those who are mentioned in surah to tilbyr, chapter number nine, in verse number 60. Also, with regards to the Hajj, the people come together, also other activities but and you can think of so many other acts of worship, but impact with other people and bring us as as human beings, brings us together. So it goes to show the importance that worshiping Allah subhanaw taala brings us close to Allah subhanaw taala and brings us close to our families and our communities. So this is something to ponder over on. A good question from the bada bada la vie. We have a caller on the line Chantal we'll take that call now Salam aleikum

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five the comments for now.

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I just want to ask

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the seller short seller do we suppose to pray that people pass or not? Okay, well answer that question.

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Thank you system.

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So the system is asking about salata, Nisha and the Sunnah before Salah Thalia

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now, with regards to Sunnah prayers when I mean what do I mean by student oppress extra voluntary prayers that we offer throughout the day?

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taught us that there are different types of voluntary prayers that we can offer.

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So for example, if we mentioned the 12 raka Sunnah prayers these are called sunnah Kedah de stress Sunon which are attached to the obligatory prayers. So the two sunnah before Salat al Fajr. The four before the her two after the her two after maghrib and two after Aisha these 12 raka ad, which is highly recommended for us to offer everyday Jonathan, there's a reward of house being built for you in the Paradise if a person prays those 12 What I can add to my Sharla in addition to the obligatory press

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these are one type of if you like a stressed Sunnah prayers that we can offer.

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There are other prayers that I mentioned like salata, Witter salata, Witter is also highly recommended some of the scholars to the extent says wajib for you to offer and to make it the last prayer of your day. That's another prayer that you can offer. Let's say for example, the Loja prayer, the mid morning prayer, which is you pray after

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the sun has risen by about 10 minutes up to about 10 minutes before Salah dug the hole. Okay, optimal time maybe something like nine or 10 o'clock in the morning, you pray to up to eight o'clock or if you'd like this has a lot to do ha

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I want to get too long. But you mentioned to sunnah before salata, Aisha, the Prophet sallahu wa salam did not designate a specific sunnah before salata, Aisha

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if somebody wants to pray an unmistakable I want to pray before Salah to Asia. Okay, you can do that. No problem. It's fine. I prayed my market I prayed my student for Maghrib and then I just want to pray some Sunnah prayer. No problem is you can pray at any time and hamdulillah but a designated and specific Sunnah prayer before salata Asia, then there's no there is no such

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Sunnah prayer specific to

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or before salata Asia and Allah subhanaw taala knows best

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is a good question because we're talking about in offering voluntary acts may 11 alabaster system and allow us to increase in our aboda increase in our worship and it's good for us to understand and know the emphasized Sunnah prayers throughout the you know, maybe the the two raka that I want to make after World War, masha Allah is a good sunnah to do. Okay like to the practice of below livanova Radi Allahu Anhu. So for us to be aware of these things, inshallah Tata will help us in eternity Allah. So we've come to the end of the first part of this particular show, brothers and sisters. Please don't forget the numbers appearing at the bottom of your screen and please give us a

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call to put your questions to us until after the break we see in Charlotte, Florida. Santa Monica Warahmatullah. Yeah, are you

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome back brother and sisters to the second part of Islamic

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just before the break, we took a few of your phone call questions are Hamdulillah you still have the option of calling inshallah to Allah to put your questions to us and also the WhatsApp option.

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And we've had a few of those come through Alhamdulillah.

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So we'll start taking some of those bigger Italia before as we wait for your phone calls and Charlotte.

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How did the marriage contract with her in the court without her family's knowledge? In order to force her would he accept the marriage?

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Well, the question is not entirely clear. But

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as maybe a couple of issues I can understand from it about forcing somebody to marry this is completely not from Islam. Nobody is allowed

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to be married against their will.

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And if this is has been done,

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then the woman for example, you know, that's its people real that is it's usually happens to women. It doesn't usually happen to men that the man finds out Oh, yeah, you'd be married to so and so. happens to women usually okay.

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Number one is enough Muslim is haram to do that.

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And if it is done, she has full right to have this marriage annulled.

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Nobody is allowed to

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be forced or compelled to marry anybody.

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And in fact, there's a we have a couple of examples from the time of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam where a woman was married,

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without her permission being shortened. The Prophet alayhi salam gave her the right for the marriage to be annulled.

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She chose to stay in the marriage but wanted the right and the issue to be made clear.

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this Islamic perspective your situation, situation in particular, maybe it is good maybe to sit with somebody or person of knowledge you can maybe you can explain the situation and

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in a clear manner, so the answer can be given to you about what the next steps are but isn't too late either.

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Next question is crypto halal? Is crypto Khaled?

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This is

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and I'm sure everybody's aware of the different types of cryptocurrencies.

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Is crypto halal? There is no answer yes or no. With crypto. Okay. cryptocurrencies

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cryptocurrency is a type of

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you can call it wealth and it's used for it's my cash okay, it's the like you've got you know, 10 pounds 50 pounds in your pocket, you go to the shop, you buy things it has value and things like that.

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Sometimes these cryptocurrencies specific types have specific uses. Okay, so some of these currencies are can only be used in certain transactions and nothing else. You can't go into the shop for example and buy something or go into a car showroom, and I'm going to use you know, the very famous cryptocurrency no certain cryptocurrencies are used for certain transactions, certain and specific, very limited

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processes, and some of them are haram, some of them are allowed or not allowed, I should say some of them are not allowed, because they may involve

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deception. Some of them may

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the the service for example, that's provided maybe a haram service, okay. A number of reasons could be mentioned. Okay. So Musa is crypto Khaled, you have to be very specific as to what you're talking about. What type of cryptocurrency are we talking about?

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Some of them Yes, may be permitted. And some of them may not be permitted. So it's just not a yes or no answer. Okay. Well, how what type of interest based transactions are not considered the Riba?

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I think there's a misunderstanding with regards to

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what type of if you want to say what what type of alcohol is not considered common?

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Well, they both wanted the same thing. When you've got an English word and an Arabic word meaning the same thing for all intents and purposes Okay, interesting to Dubai. Okay, usually more maybe more correct.

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But if it is haram, there is no Halal Riba. There's no Halal usually. No Halal Halal interest. Okay. Well, Harlan, if a person broke their fast during Ramadan by engaging in a sin, which requires a 30 day fast, and they did this multiple Ramadan's, what should he do?

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I don't know what sin I'm asking you to expose your sin. But I don't know any sin that requires you to fast 30 days.

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I don't know what this is.

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If however,

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you are referring to the specific action that during Ramadan, if spouses, husband and wife have marital relations, during sexual intercourse during the day of Ramadan, this is not 30 days whether this is 60 days, okay, you have the first 60 days not 30.

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Maybe a piece of advice, you have to go and speak with somebody personal knowledge that you can discuss together as to what the situation is. And Allah subhanaw taala and his best.

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Next question, does the dead body feel anything before burial? Because I've heard people say that it does. Okay, well, you've done the right thing, whoever the questioner is, because, you know, people say a lot of things. Okay. And because people say things, you know, many a time that they pass the information on, especially when talking about Islam, you know.

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And Islam has more right, that we respect,

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not for us to just talk about because we, you know, there's hearsay, you know, on medical issues, or scientific issues, the person is not just going to accept the answer, or where did you get that from? Or because I heard is, because I heard there was a What do you mean?

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You can't just pass in information from because you heard

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in any case, does the body feel anything? Well,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in a sound Hadith or as

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a hadith found instantly that without that, but breaking of the bones of the deceased person, if that was to happen to them was like breaking it when they were alive, okay. So therefore,

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Hadith indicates that there may be

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may be that there are certain, you know, circumstances where the deceased may feel, but it's not like you and I, because because we are alive our soul is still in our body, the deceased person has a different existence. nonetheless.

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When performing

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are washing the deceased and we do it carefully move them around carefully.

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Being sure not to, to cause any distress to the deceased person as part of, of respecting them now, so

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that's on that another pattern is missed.

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is halal nail polish allowed Halal nail polish? What's the issue? Well,

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nail polish when you make a lot

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from the conditions of odo is that the water reaches all the pots. If I have nail polish nail polish nail polish on my nails, that will prevent water reaching those parts.

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Without any doubt that nail normal nail polish needs to be removed. So that the window is correct.

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You know, maybe there's a walima there's a marriage, there's something going on. You know, I've put my nail nail polish on, or what do I do? I need to make my salah. So you need to make your Salah he needs to make the door that needs to be removed.

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this nail polish has now been made halal,

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halal nail polish. Well, how was it had? The claim is

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that the water seeps through and it goes through the nail polish onto the nail. So now you can use the nail polish.

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And you don't have to remove it because it's halal.

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Because it's halal. Who made it halal, you know, company made it had, you know,

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somebody had an idea.

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I guess, you know, in principle, it may be a good idea I can, they wouldn't use a nail polish. And if I could make it in a way that person makes without having not having to remove it. Great idea.

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It's an idea. But what's the reality is what's the relative reality is that if you put something had on a product, does it mean that it can, you know, is in line with what is halal for us as Muslims

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the water and there are various tests that have been done on these types of Halal quote unquote, nail polish that it requires the water to stay on the particular nail polish and seek takes about two minutes to pass through.

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takes minutes. Now, that's not practical even

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able for us to do when we're making. Although no one puts their hands in water like that and stays there like for, you know, four minutes to make sure that the water seeps through when making model that's not how we make will do okay. So this claim in simple

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is that the using or the usage of this particular nail polish is not high that it needs to be removed when making will do well over to an item.

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What is the difference between istikhara and istikhara?

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No, no, no, no. Okay, fair enough. We don't take that one. Sorry. Yeah. So what is the difference between it's the harder and it's the harder Oculus

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is the harder is the famous da that was taught by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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In the Hadith surrounding the hadith of Jeddah or the Allahu anhu, inhalable Hari, now, the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam as Jovis narrated that the Prophet alayhi salam would teach us the dura of istikhara is the forum is when you have you're seeking guidance or the choice that you need to make. See how there's something else. Okay. There's a lot you making a confusion between the two words you thinking they want to have heard is the harder because people are mispronouncing the word, okay? It's called istikhara. It's the hora. This is the dua that you make.

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When you have a choice in front of you, you pray to the rocker, and then you make the DUA afterwards, okay. This is called the, the cola salata, istikhara or the dura of LSD Hara.

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And when a Muslim has the choice of two Halal matters, okay to mobile matters to permitted matters for them, we're not talking about matters which are mobile or rather so must have recommended recommended Bismillah go ahead and do it. You don't need to seek ALLAH generators, guidance on Bucha do something which is good is good for you. So go ahead and do it.

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Something which, you know, just simply MOBA is you know, leaving it and doing it. It's the same. These are the kinds of matters business transactions Okay, should I buy it? Shouldn't I buy it? These are the kinds of things that you make us the hard on. Okay. And alasa

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Also known as Mr.

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Next question is that somebody is suffering from mental health issues. And there are times where the, the level of or the mental health of that particular individual they feel is that that they are not themselves at all.

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They may have things like, you know, schizophrenia, or bipolar and things like there were personality changes and so on, we ask Allah subhanaw taala to make it easy for those who are going through such situations. And it's very important that if a person feels that they have these kinds of conditions, to seek professional help, okay, medical professional help to make sure that they can get the necessary support and help on that inshallah tailor from the Islamic side, that yes, there may be some

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guidance to be given on these issues, in that if a person is in a situation where they are not in control of the of their mind completely, okay. And there are times where they, they feel that they blackout, they don't literally blackout, but they will have like memory lapses, where they can't remember what happened in the past is six, eight or 10 hours, I don't know what happened at all, or maybe going for longer. In a situation like this is a person accountable for that what they do, or that they don't do, is they know that we know in the Hadith that the Prophet alayhi salam said that the pen has been raised upon three. And one of those is the person who is if you'd like, insane,

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that may sound a little

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tough or extreme to say such insane and well, I'm not insane. But the point is that, that the person who loses is lost their mind is not able to understand what is happening at that particular time. And this duration risk could be an ongoing pattern all the time. But it could be a situation which comes and goes, Okay, may Allah Subhana Allah make it easy for us all, I mean, and for those especially who are going through such difficult situations.

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But during this time, yeah, you would be considered that, you know, the pen is raised, you're not accountable. For the times, when this happens, you know, you completely lose your senses if you're like, and you don't really know what's going on. So if you did something wrong during that time, we asked last month to make it easy for you. And it's very important, as I mentioned, to get the necessary help. And if you have family, okay, that you get the unnecessarily unnecessary family support. And also that is necessary Islamic Guidance on this, okay. And especially with mental health as Muslims, we don't deny it, you can't deny it. And you shouldn't deny it. It's a reality

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that a person may be afflicted with, you know, these kinds of mental health challenges. It could be also things like depression, okay, clinical depression, which people can suffer from. And the person say, Well, if you've got depression, then, you know, your mind is just weak. And saying such statements is really is really ignorant.

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So it's very important for us to get a fine balance to find that balance in getting the necessary help medically, and also the Islamic guidance on how to improve the situation, which could involve it up here. And also understanding how to deal with that particular situation. So that it can help them on their path to the recovery. But isn't it later on? This is a very sensitive topic and sisters mental health and there's something which, as Muslims, we need to appreciate that it is a reality, and that there are those who really do need the help, and we should offer the help and maybe train ourselves in these areas. So we can help people like we've come to the end of this

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particular show brothers and sisters I ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless you all and don't forget the month of the ledger starting soon to make the most of it. balaclava was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Yeah, are you Hello

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