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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of the upcoming holiday and the importance of fulfilling obligations. They emphasize the need to show respect and support for family members, especially when there is someone close to them. They also discuss guidelines for attending the funeral, including reciting the holyest lines and not hanging up pictures. The speakers stress the importance of understanding the Prophet's teachings and the need for caution during the day of barrel. They also discuss the importance of respect for each other's time and time with each other.
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LD O Lord our LT o was

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashraf al Anbiya it was a little more saline in so you didn't want to be in a Mohammed in while earliest baby and I thought he didn't want more than sada I learned him early on Medina or praise belongs to Allah made a peace and blessings of Allah Subhan Allah to Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brothers and sisters and viewers at home, I asked a lot of article to Allah,

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who the one who chose to bless these particular days, that you are chosen from those who are blessed it on these blessed days of don't hedger, I ask Allah subhanaw taala to accept all of your deeds that you have offered. And I asked Allah Jalla wa Ala to allow you to continue to exert yourselves and benefit from these particular days, which are the very best days of the entire year. And I'm sure that this has been said to you on more than one occasion, before the coming of this particular season, and maybe continue to be said to you. So I ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless you all and accept me all and allow us to be from those who are the fat is in from those who are the winners,

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the successful ones

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during these particular days. Now, if you didn't already know,

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we have entered into the days of oral hygiene.

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And now

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the end of this week, Friday will be the day of alpha and Saturday will be the day of your eat.

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So therefore now if my math is correct, we on the fifth of Lord hedger, 6789, yeah, something like this. So we're halfway through almost Subhanallah

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the days of old hedger

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and they are often followed I am and dunya as the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he said in a sound Hadith, that these are the best 10 days in this world, the best 10 days in this world. And it's important for us to make the most of that, if I was, I didn't really fully acknowledge or was always even aware about the blessings of these particular days.

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There's you shouldn't be in a state of loss. There are many days or so many, we should see it as mashallah great opportunities in front of us. Okay to do a lot of good things in sha Allah.

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To arrange your qurbani, you're up here. If that's not done locally, you can't do that yourself then you arrange with a trustworthy charity or person to do that abroad for you that can be done Inshallah, tada. And for the individual who's arranging then they refrain from trimming their nails and cutting their hair, okay, and one sheep, or one share in a camel or one share in a cow. That would be sufficient for a household, okay, that would be sufficient. So the father or the husband, if you'd like, organizes that frees the members of his family. He is the one who refrains everybody else does not have to refrain because he's the one who's arranging now and this is the practice of

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the Prophet Allah such as in the hadith of Abdullah and Rama or the line Homer that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I'll call my bill Medina, Dr. Shara that he Elisa salaam stayed in Medina for 10 years. And on each of those years, he ensured that he arrested Saddam, that he would offer a companion over here at the time of eight. So it's very important sooner when the sisters for us to keep alive.

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And that there was lots of hate. There's lots of hair in that shallow Taylor

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in, if you keep some of the meat for yourself, you give some ways a gift, and you can give some away as sadaqa as well. If you have it with you, if you don't have that with you, then your intention is maybe just to give it out as a sadaqa. And that's fine. shantala But the most important thing is to fulfill

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the obligation

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upon the view that it's an obligation, which is very strong view.

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This is the Islamic show, brothers and sisters, where the number at the bottom of your screen is is appearing in Charlottetown. And you have the opportunity to call in to put your question to us via the telephone number and also the option of the WhatsApp. You can put your questions through the WhatsApp in Sharla toda

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and we'll try our best to get through as many questions as we can but isn't really tailor handed. This is a very

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important show for us all. And ham delayed. It is a broadcast twice a day at 12 o'clock and also in the evening. Something around eight o'clock in the evening so Masha Allah, Islam channel puts a lot of great deal of effort to ensure that these avenues are there for you

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Muslims to ask your questions to remove the matters which you're ignorant over that you don't know of and things like that. Nobody is expected to know everything. Don't mix things up as you go along. If you're able to ask somebody then go ahead and do that and inshallah Tada. Just as Allah. Tabata Qatal has told us in the Quran first Alou and the decree and contributor to alimony. So, without any further delay Alhamdulillah we have a caller on the line so we'll take that call. I know insha Allah Tala Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Wa look into

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your question, please.

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My brother passed away on Thursday, and he was a non Muslim. Am I able to attend his funeral?

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So you have a non Muslim family friend?

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No, no, I'm a revert. Okay. And my brother passed away on Thursday. I'm sorry to hear that sisters. Okay, am I able to attend this funeral? Okay, okay. Okay, I'll answer the question. May Allah make easy for about a coffee?

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So the sisters asked,

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her brother passed away.

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And he wasn't a Muslim.

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Is it allowed for us as Muslims to attend the funeral?

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This is one of the challenges. And it's a challenge. Because you know, as Muslims, we have maybe certain different ways that will interact with certain situations, and one of those is a funeral. And we have non Muslim family members.

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So, first and foremost, may Allah azza wa jal give you patient sister,

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my condolences to you and your family?

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Now, answering the question.

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If the funeral service itself is a kind of a religious service, then we would refrain from attending the funeral service. Because as Muslims, we don't participate, we wouldn't be permitted to participate in in a kind of a religious or semi religious kind of gathering.

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But you sending your condolences and being there for your family, somebody as close as, as you know, like your brother SubhanAllah. Being there with you know, your mother and your father throughout these days, up into maybe before

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the funeral is important for you to be there with them, and support them and send your condolences to him.

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Especially when there is

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somebody passing in the family who's so close.

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And your siblings on, you know, there's nobody closer to you with think than your siblings, you know, subhanAllah so you being there and supporting and that's very important, but as for the actual attending of the

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religious service, that's something that you would explain to them in the very best way I know it can be difficult explaining it to them. But your presence there before and all up until that should show that

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as a Muslim, we must, you know, show respect and and you know, our love to our family members.

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But the fact is, if it's religious element to that, that's

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that's something that you will take a pause one and then afterwards you will be there for them. Okay. So I hope that they will understand that

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because of the position we have as Muslims, the religious

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gatherings or religious services, other than that, what was taught to us, you know, in in the teachings of Islam, you know, we're not permitted to participate in that. This isn't new disrespecting anyone, this isn't anyone this isn't new,

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you know, not showing any kind of mercy to anyone, you know, if you try to explain them in the best way. I hope that the the understanding of that and I understand it's a very difficult time

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and you know, even in the scenario that there may be kind of an adverse reaction to you just to be patient with them. Because I'm sure that is a very difficult time for them. May Allah make it easy for you system?

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May Allah subhanaw taala allow you to be a good example of what it is who a Muslim is, and that they see the beautiful side of Islam may Allah Subhana Allah guide your family I mean

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Okay, we have some more questions and Charlotte Allah

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mashallah quite a few questions actually. Firstly, do angels enter homes with pictures?

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Do and the Hadith of Bhutan hora de Lyon who is Hadith al Bukhari and Muslim the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the angels do not enter the homes in which pictures are hung up. Okay. So as Muslims we do not hang up pictures.

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When we say pictures, we mean pictures that have been

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Have the creation which has souls like people or animals and things like that. So things like photographs, and things like that, we should refrain from hanging up.

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I understand that people keep photographs on their phones and things like that.

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Which, okay, which is acceptable, but to hang them up is something else. Okay? So there are guidelines concerning taking pictures and whatnot.

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But we should not hang up the pictures in the home. Okay, this is not permitted. And Allah, Allah Allah knows best.

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How many marriage meetings are appropriate? Should there be a limit?

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Well, Islam did not

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restrict numbers of meetings, okay.

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This really goes back to the individuals

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you know, sometimes I've, I've come across, you know, boats, and both ends of the strip spectrum where they, they've had no meetings that we've met, which is an issue because you don't know who you're marrying. Okay. And then on the other hand, you get people are we've been we've been having meetings for two years

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you know, if you're if you're having moody meetings for two years and you still don't know then it's likely you will never know Okay, so it's probably best to pass on that and go go ahead and find somebody else. So with regards to meetings, you have to understand the purpose of

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you know, a meeting when people are interested in getting married

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because people have this understanding that oh, I need to get know their whole personality before I married him

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you know, people living off living with each other after five years at times are still getting to know each other. Okay? There are still times aspects of a person's personality which can be

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more saying that they're hiding it but it doesn't hasn't appeared for whatever reason, so you're not going to do absolutely everything about them. So the purpose of the meeting is what is for you to because you have certain objectives you want to achieve in your life okay, as a Muslim or Muslim. Okay, family life work life home life things like this. Okay.

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Does this person see lifelike Q? They want to they have similar objectives. So you get to see them okay? They pleasing to you how you look at the you know, you're attracted to them. That's number one. Secondly, to discuss

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you know, objectives in your life, what you want to achieve what you want to do, what is acceptable for you, in your life. Okay.

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These are the things really main things are to be discussed as things like oh, you know, do you like sugar in your tea?

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Oh, no, you know, what time do you like to have your dinner? You know, these things aren't the most important things. I mean, look, I mean, you could go on forever having meetings talking about these things, which really are not going to have an impact on your life. You know, what's your favorite color? You know?

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So in terms of the number time number of times that you're going to meet

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if you're asking me I mean

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two or three meetings maximum is enough you know, each meeting in terms of time Allah maybe an hour something like this if that you can make a decision on the person put your trust in a larger Eliza didn't press the father and go with it. Okay, but it's not a restriction. It's not a restriction you want to do a bit more Okay, fine. You decide after one meeting I've met my year is my my soulmate you both agree on that kind of struck me as Panther best you both

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now. Okay, next question. What are the conditions of the order here?

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Well, if you're talking about the animal, there are certain conditions which are pertaining to the animal

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you know, things like as the Prophet alayhi wa salam mentioned the sound Hadith that there are four things which the animal should be free from, so it should not be you know, have any defects in the animal so it's not limping at apparent limping you know, so it's kind of walking

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inappropriately as shows it as a weakness, or there's something has one eye or that it is overly skinny or has no meat on it, these animals you should you should refrain from. So a sheep should be at least six months old. A goat should be at least a year old. A cow should have at least two years old, a camel should have at least five years old for it to qualify to be to be sacrificed. Okay, so these are some of the conditions concerning the animal that sacrificed itself

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now I think that's what if that's what you're referring to and you're gonna do your social bear this in mind, but your son in law, when can you cut your nails in full hija? Right. So as I mentioned at the beginning of the show, that if you are the one who's paying for Okay, and having the Cavani arranged, you're the one who refrains from trimming nails and cutting hair. Okay, not your family members, not wife and children because you're doing it on behalf of your household.

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Once the quarter Bernie has been done is complete, then you can trim and cut your nails inshallah. Tada.

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As a Christian is linked to this, if I've paid someone else to do my hair, can I cut my hair? It doesn't matter if you've paid and somebody else is going to do on your behalf,

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you are still subject to not cutting your nails or your hair because you're the one arranging you're paying for Okay, so you should refrain from that.

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And a loss of patronage missed.

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Some people say that before going to sleep or Bihar before having surgery, one should recite the Kalama. Because if the individual passes away, the last words were La Ilaha, illallah, Muhammad Rasool Allah, is this act permissible to do so. Okay, we will answer this question. However, we have a caller on the line, we'll take them first because you prioritize the calls. So we'll take that call on the line. Charlotte, how does somebody come?

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How well a consumption? Can you hear me? Yes, go ahead.

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Perfect. Okay. Sure. So I've been discussing some conversations with some local Christians in my area. And they Okay, so we are at the moment discussing about the Islamic Raj, you know, the journey to the heavens.

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Now, what they're telling me is that insert Islam in verse number 69, no, Allah says that he has not sent any miracles to the Prophet, except that they had already been denied by the people of the past.

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So what these Christians said to me is that this verse here proves that Mohammed says Adam, has not received any miracles from Allah. And the whole journey to the sky was just a dream. Okay. Could I have your thoughts on that? And then they also referenced so this verse number 90, as well as proof that Muhammad didn't fulfill the Christians criteria.

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Okay. So, here we have,

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for all intents and purposes, a non Muslim it could be anyone a non Muslim saying and stating why this is why I'm not a Muslim. Okay, that's fine. Okay, if you say they are not Muslim, because of this, I'm sure it's a number of reasons.

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I think, first and foremost, because when we get into the details of answering,

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find out aspects of the Quran, or finer aspects of the Sunnah and things like that.

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Because it's good to have conversations with

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people of the book, people who are interested in in searching for the truth.

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Vulnerable hug or the request or the record or seeking the truth is an absolute must for every human being charlatan.

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But when a person is going on a journey, have conversations and we're specifically talking about LSR or Willamina Lodge and the Quran says this and listen, the Quran and hamdulillah before the lillahi Tada

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is has stood up first and foremost is from Allah subhanaw taala. Okay, there are no mistakes, there are no contradictions, okay.

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You may say, Oh, this is Muslim point of view. Yeah, of course it is. What else if we know the truth Alhamdulillah we want to teach the truth if somebody denies that

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it's not because the Israelite will mirage that you deny Islam or you deny the Quran, there were other things.

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I would always suggest that when discussing issues with people of the book,

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maybe especially reference to Christians and whatnot, is to start from the very assess from the foundation of belief. Okay. And that is understanding Allah subhanho wa taala. Okay, understanding Allah, Allah, Allah and that everything that comes after that, okay, will go back to Allah subhanaw taala. Okay, so we can discuss whether the they believe in the mirage or not, whether you know, the miracles that came to the Prophet alayhi salam, whether it was the splitting of the moon, whether it was the Quran itself is a miracle, okay? This is from Allah subhanaw taala. The Surah At the mirage of course, is a miracle that the people of the Quran they denied it, okay. But nonetheless you know,

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the Quran, the Quran is denied and you denied it, but Alhamdulillah many of the Quraysh after a time they believed because they recognize that the Quran is the book of Allah subhanaw taala that the Prophet alayhi wa sallam with the Quran discussed with them, the reality of who Allah subhanaw taala is and a lot of the time, a lot of the time you find when a person is

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a person who believes for example that the Quran is is has been

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distorted or it has been changed. I think, if I can we can discuss these issues if that person believes God died, okay, if that person believes God died, okay. That's a far more important issue. Okay to discuss. Then me talking about issues in the Quran.

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Concerning Well, you know, this is not a fulfillment of a certain prophecy, this is not a fulfillment of

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Come on. If you believe that God died, this is a far more important issue for us to discuss. I understand that it's easy for me to just refer you back to understanding and talking about, you know, the Essence of Allah subhanaw taala you may have had many discussions

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and many think maybe of course, before actually talking about questions with the people the book, Allah knows best,

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I think has to do with

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if I remember,

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mme at SRM and her own her own some versus some sort of medium

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if it wasn't you as somebody who's having similar discussions with people from individuals following other scripture and whatnot, they didn't understand this they did understand that they're not acceptance of that because they don't understand it okay. No problem we can go back to what is more important than that and that is to understand the essence of ALLAH subhanaw taala Okay, we have to remove the the issue to believe that God died or the belief that God became part of His creation, these things you do to untie these knots. So, then after that, if they truly understand Allah subhanaw taala when you give the message, okay, the true message to them that is easy for them to

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digest, okay.

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I will give this as a general advice to be honest with you

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to all those who are discussing with Christians for example, as an example, just to start from the very foundations if the foundations are not sound, then you know, everything that comes after that really just to improving

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Okay, so, going before we had a question, so some people say some people see, okay, this is a very

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RWA who some people see, you know, narrated by some people said, If only they said that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Okay, be of course, much, much better. So some people say that going before going to sleep, you should recite the Kalama. Well, the Prophet alayhi salam told us many things that we should say before we sleep, okay, from them, the prophet RSM used to recite Surah Telemark. He used to recite Elisa surah

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Allah Allahu Ahad Hola, hola, whatever the fella called algebra bidness. He used to recite a tool called C.

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And if we recite out of courtesy, which contains the Kalama Hola, hola, Illa Illa who

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and how you will call you

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hola hola, hola.

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This contains the Kalama.

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it is it permissible to say the shahada, of course, the shader Shahadat at any time, okay? Is something which is good to do reference a reaffirmation of your,

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of your faith.

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But to leave what the Prophet alayhi wasallam taught us then, you know, don't do that. Okay, so

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and, you know, remember that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said Mancha, aka Karla Amma. Hola, hola. Hola. Hola. Hola, Jana, the whoever, whoever the last speech is La la la la will enter the paradise sound Hadith.

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But is it just merely lip service? Or is it the person says more or less than admin Collopy that the person says it sincerely from their heart that is absolutely essential for it to have any value to them.

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May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to be from those whose last speeches La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasool Allah Allah Allah Amin

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okay, what should I teach my children first Quran Iman or prayer

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you know when we're teaching our children

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it is not as though that we are teaching our children things exclusively. So if I teach my children Quran I'm not teaching them Iman or I'm not teaching them Salah

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Why don't you for example,

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I'm going to teach my children prayer. And in the prayer you're learning Quran and in the prayer you're learning they're learning about Allah subhanaw taala which is part of our iman so kind of

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putting them all together and achieving all three goals. Okay, so I'm sure that

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we can achieve all three inshallah Allah one time is not you have to choose one and leave the other. Now, what is the meaning of name of a logical result? A result is the one who is the provider.

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The old provider.

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This is one of our las pantallas news. Okay, Francis, if you've come to the end of this first part of Islam Mecca please join us on the other side of the adverse just like my lockira Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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M remian calm

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spillover hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome back brother and sisters to the second part of the stomacher where Masha Allah, we've been taking your questions, most of them through the WhatsApp and we had a couple of quarters we also have another caller on the line which will take now Sharla Tyler said Imani Kumar from Tala

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medica. Yes, a question please.

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I wanted to ask. And I'm gonna revert sister, and my parents and my family are non Muslim.

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If I do not persistently contact my sisters who have gotten the full contact for the last 10 years, am I in any sin?

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I do keep contact with my parents and one of my sisters. But the other two have made it clear they don't want anything to do with me because you're almost

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as that because you're almost liberal. Yeah. Okay. Okay.

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Well, yeah, well, I'll make easy for you sister.

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Okay, so arriva sister.

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So some of our sisters who have decided to cut the relationship with her, she has been with me now about 10 years. So I assume she's been a Muslim for a number of years now.

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keeping relationships as a reverse somebody embrace this to them. Now, well, the reality is that many people, most people, non Muslims, that is have misunderstandings concerning Islam. Muslims themselves have misunderstandings concerning Islam, okay. Muslims themselves are confused about many things in Islam. So what about non Muslim even more so, okay? So it's not surprising that the when a family member they embrace it to them, there's a sense of shock, maybe a sense of trepidation, there's a sense of fear, many feelings that people have that Oh, my sister, my daughter has embraced Islam, is she going to become one of those people that we see on the TV, where, you know, certain

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members of the Muslim community have maybe done something wrong and they sensationalize their behavior, automatically go to you know, worst case scenario

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is why it's important for us, say us, you know, because I embrace this to them, that those who embrace Islam that you have a big responsibility on your shoulders, okay? To show and teach your family members, the true Islam. Okay? The right picture of Al Islam, starting with your parents, and Inshallah, tada, it may be that ALLAH SubhanA, Allah opens the other members of your family, their hearts towards their understanding of Islam. Because you know, you becoming a muslim doesn't mean that you treat anybody in a disrespectful manner.

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In fact, as a Muslim, we are required to respect you even more, okay, and to treat you even better, and to uphold a very, very high level of character, especially with our blood relations, if somebody is going to cut you off, because you just because you are a Muslim, it shows how deep unfortunately, their misunderstanding of Islam is that they see it for however they see it to the extent that I'm going to cut the relationship I have with my own system.

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If you had a previously a good relationship with her, and because you became a Muslim, she wants to disown you if you like, just because you became Muslim, it means that she has a very, very misrepresented understanding of Al Islam. So therefore, you do what you can, maybe through your parents indirectly, because you have to be wise if to be fair, and be real. First not contacting my sister constantly, it may bother her even more, and she may become even more staunch. So you need to think about different ways that you can break down the ignorance quite simply, okay? We shouldn't be judging people like this. If we're adults, and we're of sound mind. Why should we be judging people

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like this? Even though that I'm a Muslim? Now, you have a completely different lifestyle? Okay, do I do? Do I disrespect you? Do I say anything bad about the life you know, the life choices that you make? No, it's your life.

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But nonetheless, we are blood relations. We are brothers, we are sisters. We grew up together with the same parents. You know, there should be some common ground with one another. Just because I'm a Muslim, it doesn't mean that

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I you know, I'm disrespecting you. Okay, you have to respect everybody. If they respect everybody in the choices that they that they make. So start with your parents, okay, shadow them, make lots of dua that Allah Subhana Allah softens their hearts. And no matter what, no matter what

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um you know,

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you can spend years and years and years and years calling, you know, your closest members of your family. And you know sometimes you forget you feel that those people they will never embrace Islam I can never see it.

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But Allah subhanaw taala you had in mind, Masha? Allah, Allah, Allah guides whom He wills. So, you know, never give up that Allah Subhana Allah can change their hearts, even if so little, little bit, they will see that in your behavior.

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And people who are maybe disrespecting you and saying bad things or behaving in an appropriate way, we don't follow that way. Those who behave like that, like this are not our teachers. Okay, we follow the way of the Prophet alayhi salam in addressing and speaking with people in the hope that Allah Subhana Allah guides them because Islam is the most beautiful gift that can be given to any one person.

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Many of them that realize that. So try to be patient with them make lots of DUA and even though that they may be like this, maybe one day child Tyler, you can

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you know, rekindle the relationship you had with your sibling at least it's to be you know,

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in a respectful manner you know in a decent manner when you're dealing with with one another

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and Allah says

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okay, we have some more questions inshallah Tada

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what are the things that invalidate and break will do

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so they will though is that evolution that you make before a bird that before salah is a requirement, it's a condition of prayer that you're in a state of Bihar.

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However, there are certain things which will not if I break the will, which requires you to go and perform it again. So you're ready for Salah for example. So answering the call of nature, okay. passing wind touching the private part, okay. These are all things which nullify your will do.

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A common question is, oh, I touch something which is impure. Does that break my model? You know, maybe a dog brushed past me. Do I need to meet without touching an impurity is a very important point touching an impurity doesn't nullify yodel. If I have a dog, and I touch something which is impure. I still have a lot, but I am required to wash away that impurity. Okay, I'm required to wash away the impurity, if it is apparent that there is an impurity, okay? Otherwise, I'm still in the state of okay. There's a very important point and I'm asked this question many many times.

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Yeah, so touching an impurity does not nullify you will do, but you are required to clean it. If there is an apparent impurity, which is the

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ontological one, it is best.

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When you explain the Hadith, it is enough of a lie for a man to narrate everything he is

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Kapha ballymote Caliban, and you had the thought, Kulu Messiah.

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So the Prophet Allah is hadith of Abu Huraira Radi Allahu anhu, that the Prophet Arianism says, Yes, it is enough, that enough for a man to be considered a liar. Or even a woman for that matter, that they narrate everything that they hear, what does this mean? So, as Muslims, we are required, it's very important that everything that we may hear, everything that we may hear, may not be truthful, may not be sound, may not be authentic.

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So imagine now

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this person, all the information that the passes by, they just passing it along, okay? Whether it's truthful or not truthful sound, not sound authentic life doesn't matter. It'd be sufficient to call that person a liar. Why? Because they're passing on false information. Okay, so the Muslim has to be very, very careful about information that they may hear that they may come across. Is this authentic? Is this true? Is even your business. And there's a number of things, number of filters that we should have as Muslims before we're going to pass on information. Number one, is that your business when hustlin is meant hoarseness mean Hosni al Islam and modern political Malay, any

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that from the good things of a Muslim is to stay away from things not engaged in things that are not your business. Okay, so and so he's doing this now, did you know so? So it has this Did you know so and so is doing this is not your business? Okay? It's not your business. I'm sick Alika Hold your tongue, okay. It's not your business. Secondly, the information that comes to you

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is it truthful or not? Is even sound *ed up? You know, make sure that that what you are saying or passing on is actually the truth. And it is sound, if even in the first place, it is your business for you to be passing on the third and in the first place. Okay. So this is a very, very good question. And it's very simple.

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oughtred Hadith for us to understand inshallah Allah Allah

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is it permissible to listen

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or recite the Quran without hijab?

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Okay, there is nothing specific

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from the sunnah to say that a woman has to wear hijab

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excuse me

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if she's listening or wearing the hijab, for example, if she wants to recite the Quran and she's not wearing hijab Matthew butts no problem Charlo Taylor no problem is permitted for her to recite the Quran

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what is the Euro after the after the then Alhamdulillah here on the channel, then is pleased at the beginning time and you hear that to Allah Hamada Bahati Delta tema was a lot of Emirati Muhammad and a la sierra table for Lila Roberto mahkamah Mahmoud and Allah they were

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this is the draw that you make after

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after the other and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said to whoever says that Khaled lo Schaeffer it Yama pm that I will be able to charlatan intercede for that individual on the Day of Judgment Okay, so it's very important to for us to make after that then

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what are the qualities of those who enter Alfa dos

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Okay, I'll give you one reference for you to go to inshallah Tada

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in Surah Al McAleenan okay. So, let me know in order for the help me known how to read the first 11 verses of this particular chapter

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hula ecomo the throne and the you know, your eighth one and for those who have already done

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that, this is the

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other one who inherits and what did they inherit inheritance rather? And what did they inherit to the inherit to the default dose? The Paradise okay? So go to a source of meaning and read the first

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11 verses or so where a lot is pinata talks about the establishment and preservation of the Salah.

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Those who stay away from foul and bad language well, those who are giving charity and paying this occur and those who are with their trusts

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a man ID him or ID him are our own those with their interests and their promises that they fulfill them, okay. So, these are the important characteristics for us to fulfill to have so that we can be found the people of June 9 Charlo Taylor, and there are other verses in the Quran where Allah subhanaw taala talks about the characteristics of those who are successful and those who are righteous, okay, and these of course, as we know the righteous and the successful ones, they will be from the people of paradise

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with Allah subhanaw taala His mercy okay, but with special reference to sort of tell me no Nisha Allah, Allah and Allah subhanaw taala.

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Can I read the translation of the Quran if I cannot read Arabic? Absolutely, absolutely. If there is a stage where you cannot read the Arabic and I would encourage you to do whatever is necessary to start reading the Quran, find the teacher, find the means to whether it's online. There are many mashallah ways to learn Arabic to read, to read Arabic. And

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Allah subhanaw taala made this Quran easy to read inshallah and okay, if you have desire to read Allah Subhana Allah make it easy for you in sha Allah Tala. If in the meantime, you want to read some of the translation of the meanings in the language that you can understand the white notes, of course, absolutely no problem. Whether it's in

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of course, it'll be in your native language, whether it's English or or French or Italian or whatever language you speak. Come there, I'm sure that there are a translation of the meanings of the Quran so that you can understand some of the things

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or many of the things that alas panda is referring to, into the Quran.

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And Allah Allah Allah knows best. What is the difference between a prophet and the messenger and Nabi and Rasul if at all there is any difference? Okay. So

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when Allah so when we say for example,

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never yo Allah, Muhammad Sallallahu ever said in the Prophet of Allah, Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, or Rasul Allah, Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad Salah Salem, is there a difference between saying a prophet and a messenger? Well at times,

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it may if you say if we say the Prophet, it may include them as a messenger as well just take that yes, there is a difference. Okay, there is a difference. So at times if we said that he is the prophet, it doesn't mean he's not the messenger. Or if we say he's the messenger and it's a term that is not a profit, okay? So there are certain individuals that are a lot about equity. Allah chose as both prophets and messengers and then there are others who are just prophets. Okay.

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Now, is there a difference between the two or some of the Allama have pointed out some differences between the two, okay. So some potential differences are for example,

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that a messenger will receive new revelation okay from the previous prophet

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the prophet before was there to confirm the same message that may came before him, okay the prophet is there to confirm

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the same message that came before Okay.

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Another potential difference is so exactly inshallah Tada a messenger receives new revelation, or as a prophet is there to confirm the previous message. Another potential difference is that,

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that the people of a messenger will reject Him,

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they reject a messenger.

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So the messenger is sent to a disbelieving people are a rebellious people, whereas a prophet is sent to confirm and sent to a believing people. Okay? So that's also another potential difference. So there is a difference between the two and trotted out. And these are some of the differences between the two. And Allah Allah knows best.

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What we can say is that every messenger is also a prophet, but not every prophet is a messenger

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and Allah knows best

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What should I do if my family engaged in Haram during the day of Eid?

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So, we're about five days out from eight Hamdulillah.

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What I would say is that start speaking with your family now about the some of the things that you can do in sha Allah to Allah, which are within the realms of halal or not haram. Okay. So the fact that people recognize that Eid,

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that this is an Islamic celebration. This occurs on the 10th day of the hedger,

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which is Yeoman hudgell Akbar the greatest day in the hajj, the day of sacrifice yo Manohar. If they recognize this, then wild one engage in such disobedience to Allah Tabata Katana on such a blessed day.

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If somebody wants to get involved in Haram, choose your own. Choose on occasion when it is not so sacred. You can do your haram another time for the for the sake of your own selves, you know for your own self respect.

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Because maybe I'm seeing it quite harshly. I don't mean to come across like this and I do,

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too, but in principle, this is what's to be in your mind. So maybe say on the day of Eid, let's go to the masjid. Let's go outside and offer Salah to eat. Okay, let's go there and start the day off the way that the Prophet alayhi wa sallam told us to do that and attend salata eat exchanged gifts, masha Allah visited family members, that's fine. Now obviously not mentioned here. My family is engaging haram I don't know what's being Asian. Exactly. But I tried your best to

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advise them in the very best way and give them substitutes. It's haram haram haram and so you just had on police what are we supposed to do on enjoy ourselves, okay, so give them something else. Okay? Give them substitutes. Give them something else that they can do inshallah to Allah

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may Allah Subhana Allah bless us will make it easy for us. I mean

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if I want to attend the mosque every day for one Salah and congregation, can my wife stop me?

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Why does your wife want to stop you to go from going to the masjid yaki? That's the question in the first place. Why does your wife want to stop you? If you just want to go once a day?

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No. I think maybe that's a good question to ask in the first place as opposed to me just saying No, she can't stop you. And then you go and then you start arguing, okay. And then

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she says, Why are you doing this not listening to me while I just you know, listen to the program. Imams obviously just go. And there's that's not a solution for you. Maybe okay. So maybe it's a good question to ask her. Why don't you want me to go to the masjid once a day? Why? Okay, try to understand her and try to rectify this particular understanding. And then you can get to the bottom of it. And once you resolve that, maybe you can maybe go five times a day Charlotte had

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What can I do if my husband does not spend any time with me?

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It's very difficult to answer this question sister. on two levels. Number one, I've got about 30 seconds left. Secondly, something like that, even though we had five minutes. It's difficult to kind of get to the bottom of it. What I would say is that it's important for the husband and wife to spend time with each other and try to respect each other's rights to be fair with one another. And if one of the

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The sides of the spouses, the husband, wife feel that things aren't really going in a good way to sit down, communicate and speak okay? Don't keep quiet and let it build up, speak and communicate. Tell them what you like and how to resolve each other to Allah. May Allah subhanaw taala join your hearts. Okay brothers, sisters, we've come to the end this particular show, I asked las Panatela to bless you during these days. I mean, bought a coffee can was salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Yeah, you have

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