Islami QA 19 (05092022)

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AI: Summary © The importance of following guidance and following Islam is emphasized, as it is a source of bodalla guidance. Prayerers should not give up on their responsibilities and not allow anyone to hold onto them. The importance of standing in a prayer and not clapping the back of one's hand is also emphasized. The importance of following guidance and not giving up on one's deeds is emphasized, as it is a source of bodalla guidance. The importance of praying in sync with the Prophet's direct commands and avoiding physical and mental disability is also emphasized.
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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mighty been Sisters of us at home I salamati Kumar rahmatullahi wa barakato I asked Allah subhanaw taala to bless you all have mercy upon you and to guide you all to the straight path Allahumma Amin so welcome to Islamic where this daily show and hamdulillah both of our time will close to the halftime and the evening time gives you the opportunity to put your questions to us inshallah tailor everything Islamic related. And we'll try our very best to answer those questions for you. If

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you have a couple of ways of contacting us, the first way is to look at the find the telephone number which is appearing at the bottom of your screen every now and again, you can call us on the telephone number and put your question to us. Secondly, if you feel that you don't want to call in then you can mashallah post your question via the WhatsApp number, which is also on your television screens. So if I'm questioning or asking, How do I go about putting questions to the WhatsApp, if you end up calling the number, then you call the number. That's what the WhatsApp number is not for you to call. So what you do is that number that's appearing at the bottom of your screen, you

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actually save that number into your phone as though you're going to message somebody. So you save the number and you save it under Islam channel Islam q&a, then you open the WhatsApp and then you put your question to us. And then we'll try our best to answer those inshallah Tada.

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Okay, so as we are waiting for your questions, whether it's telephone calls, or through the WhatsApp, I want to remind ourselves of the importance of as Muslims understanding the roles and responsibilities we have as Muslims. But then you may say, Well, of course, that's important when we're talking about roles and responsibilities all the time.

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And yes, as servants of Allah subhanaw taala as worshipers of a larger Loyola, offering our prayers and whatever it is due to Allah subhanaw taala. That's one of our responsibilities. But I'm talking a little bit more specific with regards to the family setup. And the family setup with specific regard to the roles that we have in Islam, that Allah subhanaw taala defined for us. And the fact that Allah subhanaw taala defined these roles, for us, means that they are divine pieces of guidance, divine principles. So these are the very best principles, the very best pieces of advice that we could ever have concerning how we should behave with one another, the roles and

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responsibilities that are given to each individual. And as Allah subhanaw taala tells us well, is it the case, that the male is not the same as the female. So therefore, Allah subhanaw taala, tailored rules, regulations and roles and responsibilities, which are specific to men and that which are to women.

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And when we understand this principle, that what Allah subhanaw taala has

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revealed to us, that the very start is that what Allah Allah Allah gave to us is the very best

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that it is the best for his creation, it is in our benefit, it is the benefit in the benefit for the greater society and so on. As long as we accept that, then wherever Allah subhanaw taala gives us we don't have a problem with I'll give you a quick example.

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As Muslims, we recognize, and we know that we obey our parents, okay, this is an Islamic principle, Nobody argues with that, that we obey our parents. This doesn't lower your status as a son or a daughter, you don't feel belittled or degraded in any way, shape or form. This is part of your worship of Allah subhanaw taala is that you listen to your parents in everything that is good. Of course, if they command you will ask you to do something which is against what Allah subhanaw taala has guided guided us to, then you have the right to say no, I won't do that, other than that, we obey our parents. Now, if this is the case, because because this is the case, this is from Allah

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subhanaw taala. Then we can apply this then to all other roles and responsibilities that we have in our lives. So if the father is given rights over his children, if the mother is given rights over her children, the children themselves don't have a problem with that, nor vice versa. If Allah subhanaw taala says Irvingia, loco Munna Allah Nisa that the men are the maintainers of women. We don't have a problem with that, it is not about saying that one is better than the other. It is not about saying that this is a degrading role. This is what Allah subhanaw taala gave to us, because we have this administration because we have this

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you know clear roles which have been defined for us, which have been implemented from the beginning of time will you learn humped from the time of the Malay Salam, these roles were made very clear and passed on from one prophet to the next part.

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fit from one messenger to the next messenger society's functioned pretty much as long as they adhere to the guidance in an orderly manner.

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But once people kind of move away from understanding their roles and responsibilities and wants to start sharing out their own responsibilities, then it becomes a problem. So we ask Allah Subhan Allah to Allah to guide us to what is best and to follow our religion to follow our deen knowing that the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala is the best of guidance and following other forms of guidance will be a source of bodalla guidance, Miss guidance. May Allah Allah Allah protect us from that Allahumma Amin. So we have some questions via WhatsApp which will take some now with an amygdala

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when visiting a loved one who passed away do they hear I will do.

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Okay, so if you go to the graveyard, or if you are

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at home, and you make dua for the deceased, they do not hear you. Because they have passed away, they live in a different realm. They have a completely different existence, okay, so they don't hear your supplications you can have conversations with the deceased anyway, okay. They don't hear you. But making dua for them is extremely important. And it's one of the best things that you can do for the deceased inshallah Tada, whether you related to them or not, is to make dua for them. So, you ask Allah subhanaw taala.

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To forgive them,

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to have mercy upon them to make it easy in their grave. Because at times when we think about, you know the grave, we know that the Prophet salallahu Salam used to seek refuge protection in a last panel to Allah for the punishment of the grief, which is available cover, but there is also something called name will cover, there is also the reward of the grief. So we ask that Allah subhanaw taala rewards those individuals in their graves for the goodness that they did in their lives. And may Allah subhanaw taala protect us all from any punishment of the grave Allah whom I mean,

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do they know if sadaqa is given on behalf of them? Well,

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the reward

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that we offer

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in the name of the deceased, so we set up a well, we set up

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print, some must all have, for example, prints some Korans, and we want to dedicate that as a sudoku to Giardia as a continuous charity, then even retire, that this is a permitted way of dedicating deeds to the deceased, and that we have hoping Allah subhanaw taala that this will benefit them in the Hereafter, and Yeoman Akiyama that they meet Allah subhanaw taala and they have all of these good deeds based on the continuous charity that was done in their name, but even then later Allah and the Almighty and this will be mean No, be made known to them as to what was done for them. And the reason this was was done for them, there are various Hadith from them.

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In sunnah demerger,

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as a hadith in Sahih, that a man or a woman will appear on your multi Imam will see a mountain of good deeds for them and they will know themselves that these deeds weren't this I didn't do those deeds, but we made known to that person that this was the supplication and drawers that were made for you forgiveness and goodness that you now receive on Yeoman PM. So inshallah Tada there will be a time that they will come to know that Bethany later Allah

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next question, what do I do if I miss Joomla salah.

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the bottom line is if for whatever reason, you didn't pray Joomla then the heart is prayed in its place. Okay, you pray the heart in its place and Lord is for Roccat.

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Missing Juma is

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because there's no reason that has mentioned why they miss Juma, but for them upon the meals meant it's an obligation for them to attend the drummer. I've got work, I've got college, I've got uni, that may be the case you need to find a work around that you that you pray your drummer.

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If there's an invalid excuse you were unable to attend, okay, fine, then you pray for her in its place. Okay. If you missed it, and you were you didn't take it serious enough, then you need to repent to Allah subhanaw taala

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and you need to pray the Lord in His place for law to add

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some Muslims don't return our Salem, should we stop giving them Salam?

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what I would say is a solution is not to stop giving them to them, but to educate them.

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And that is that if you give a Muslim Salam Yojimbo, Eric it's an obligation for you to return.

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If a Muslim gives you Salam

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It's an obligation for you to return this. Okay? So don't just stop, because giving salam is one of the great advices of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, Salam Aveda, you know, spread salams amongst yourselves is one of the first pieces of advice actually, that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam gave to the people of Medina when he arrived there so I would say is that don't you know just stop giving Ramadan you know this causes a bigger issue because then they will see you you stop giving me Salam Why do you just give me Salaam and was upset with each other because not giving salaam don't do that there's a better fix is to say to that person.

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It is well known if somebody gives you Salam as a Muslim, you should respond. Okay, it's an obligation for you to respond. It's so nice to give an obligation to respond.

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Well, when

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can we recite Salah with our eyes closed?

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Okay, can we well, it is permitted it is permitted

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somewhere Obama of the view that

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closing eyes in prayer is the way of some of the Al Kitab. So to be different from the people of the book

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in how that they may pray the Muslims, you shouldn't close your eyes. However, there's no evidence really, to say that you can't

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close your eyes. I mean, on the premise that you know, being similar to non Muslims and how they pray, okay, that has maybe some there has a basis within the deen to be different from non Muslims and how they pray.

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But if a person feels that they can have more for sure, in a more

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concentration in the prayer, they're not disturbed by other things, if it helps them

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then love us. It doesn't affect the validity of your prayer. And in such circumstances, then maybe you know it's not it's not an issue in China China will have item

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our braces allowed to be fitted on one's teeth. Yes, well the general principle with regards to any dental work is that if it is there to rectify

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a defect, okay. If you've got

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because I guess you know why people are asking there are certain narrations which talk about certain practices, which are prohibited at a particular time where they would make gaps in their teeth. Okay, this is considering changing the creation of Allah subhanaw taala which is not permitted for us to do. So hence people are liberally hesitant as to what kind of dental work Am I allowed to do? Okay, can I have braces? Well, you have braces to straighten your teeth to you know, fix a defect with regards your teeth and a little bit crooked. Absolutely no problem at all. Absolutely no problem in having braces in rectifying and straightening your teeth, that's fine inshallah to Allah

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other dental work if you want to have them cleaned. If you want to have come across and I know you did ask about

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braces specifically but there are so many other things that people are doing veneers and whitening and so on. If it is in the general principle if it is there to fix a defect, okay, then it's not a problem in shallow tight okay? If it is just merely My teeth are absolutely fine. I just want to beautify you know, it's up and above that well, then that's what's necessary then you you should stay away from them. Well, alright.

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As a mother, can I lead my children in Salah?

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Well, if your children are not of the age where

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it's an obligation upon them to pray and they don't know how to pray, then you can lead your children in pre prayer.

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I guess maybe the dilemma is that if I've got you know, a son, and the woman do not lead men in prayer, or meals in prayer, if your son doesn't know how to pray and he's below the age of puberty, then yeah, you can lead them in prayer to teach him Inshallah, to Allah. Once he reaches the age of puberty, he knows how to pray,

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then you wouldn't be permitted, he would have to lead the prayer inshallah. Tada. Okay.

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This is a very, very good question. It's not a toner. Okay. We'll come to the end of the first part here now. And the other side of the break, we'll continue answering your whatsapp questions and you never know. We might get a call into the show to answer your question about the telephone document. Okay, it was Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Karim Allah. He was here Gemini in salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome back brothers and sisters, to the second part of Islam Mecca, where we're continuing to take your questions. We had quite a few questions just before the break through the WhatsApp and we will continue with those inshallah to Allah don't forget that you

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Call into the show at any time. Put your question to us with the number that's appearing at the bottom of your screen also the WhatsApp which you are mashallah using very well

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so we will continue with those questions within the letter Allah. Oh

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look at that we're talking about people calling in somebody calls in Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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Salam aleikum? Yeah. I just got one quick question.

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Santa Monica?

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Yeah. One quick question. Yes.

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When you stand in so off, oh, is your feet on toast supposed to be pointing towards the cupola? Okay, can you stand with your toes? Feet outward? Okay.

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Okay, very good question. But thank you so much, Mashallah. Thank you. You're welcome. Okay.

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So the brothers asking about with regards to the description of the Salah description of the prayer, in how we are going to, uh, where do we place our feet, woman standing in Salah.

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We all are fully aware that our bodies from our shoulders are facing towards the Qibla where we place our hands how we start our salah. But it's also important that we stand comfortably in our prayer.

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Now there is if you like,

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a natural position that you stand in. And that if you stand naturally, you will find that your feet do not point directly straight with all your toes pointing towards Qibla. And in fact, if you stay like that for a long time, it could be quite uncomfortable for you. Okay. Therefore, it is permitted for you to stand and if a person has, you know, when they're standing that completely that would also be

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I guess there is some form of scope where people put their feet, some may be more in some more out but you standing naturally, normally it's absolutely fine. Charlotte Taylor, I guess if you do find yourself that your feet are particularly pointing you know,

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in different directions towards Eastern West, okay, then

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or left and right, then you try to maybe put them in a little bit. So generally your body is pointing towards the Qibla inshallah Tada, okay. So, it this is a few, like, from the beautifying of your Salah snow, you know, why Jay, but if you didn't do that your Salah is invalid or anything like that. Okay, so you'll fit in January, you can just be placed normal, okay, as you're

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standing. And if they are particularly, you know, pointing out that maybe put them in a little bit. If you feel comfortable pointing them straight, then you can do that. There's some flexibility in the matter.

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And Allah subhanaw taala mesmerist.

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Okay, we take some more of the questions just like a like a brother for your question.

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Another question from the WhatsApp.

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If my parents do not want me to pursue a path of seeking knowledge, with the intention to become an item, should I disobey them?

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You know, our parents, I mentioned this at the beginning, we obey our parents. Now, I think on a matter like this, with regards to your studies, your future, it is important that there's a two way communication.

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Okay, it's not, you know, there are certain things that maybe your parents like that, that they excelled in, that they, because not everybody is the same, that they may have an ideal pathway

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that they would like you to follow. The bottom line is they want you to be successful.

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Every parent wants their son their daughter to be successful. Okay? And where that success lies may differ from one person to the next. Okay. You know, I want you to be a doctor. Yeah, but I'm not really interested. I don't like medicine

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doesn't interest me at all? You know, does that mean I've got to spend six, seven years of my life to study something I'm completely not interested and I don't want to do it. It would be unfair. It would be unfair to push your son or your daughter for that matter, into such an area that they just don't want to do that. So I think it's very important to have communication between both. Okay, so it's not like, Okay, you're not doing that you're doing that. For parents, parents, address parents that don't address your children like this. You should speak and communicate with your children to see what they like, and what are they interested in. You can give them feedback as to, you know,

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you know, education pathways, work pathways, all of these things that you've have experience in

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and you can advise them, but you shouldn't impose upon your children. You shouldn't impose on your children,

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particular pathways that they're not interested in.

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You should not impose pathways upon them that they're not interested in, if they have a particular desire in this circumstance.

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asked to seek knowledge. Don't see that as a lowly and a lowly pathway. This is Subhanallah you know, a person wanting to study the inheritance of the prophets is one of the greatest things that a person can do, if not what the greatest pathway that a person can seek and this worldly life, and if they have a great and big desire to seek knowledge, then you know, support them in that, okay? Don't see this as this is a dead end, you won't get a good money for this, you know, don't look at like that, you know, Allah subhanaw taala can, you know, provide for people in all different ways, and maybe a person wants to, you know, seek knowledge. And at the same time, they have some passive kind

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of income, like they set up a side business, or something else, which allows them to be a little bit more

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financially secure. If that you as a parent, that's what you're worried about. Okay. You know, if we're worried about what might make sure my son or my daughter is financially secure, whether they're practicing or not, you know, whether they have knowledge or not, well, yeah, that's secondary. No, this is this is upside down.

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You know, them being financially secure. Okay. I'm the realist is from Allah subhanaw taala. But the most important thing is that your son, your daughter remains firm upon Allah SLM.

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And if they can follow a path where they seek knowledge, they can benefit themselves benefit their children, their children's children, and they can benefit many other people. This should be something to be commended. There's something they're interested in. Maybe this is something that Allah subhanaw taala placed within them that they want to follow. But this is something that needs to be communicated, communicated both ways. Okay. Both sides, explain the art, if you've want to say concerns, both sides explain their aspirations and what they were interested in what they want to do. And I'm sure that you know, if you do this, then Allah subhanaw taala will allow you to bring

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your hearts together and that you, you feel comfortable with

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the resolution, wala Hwan.

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What is the significance of the Kaaba in Al Islam?

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Well, the caliber as Allah Subhana Allah tells us is the foundation of the place of worship.

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The Ibrahim alayhis salam and his marinara he said I'm we're commanded by Allah subhanaw taala to rebuild the foundations of the Kaaba, that this would be a place of worship, that people would come to, to establish their worship, okay. We do not worship the Kaaba. Okay. So Muslims all around the world

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with regards to their prayers have a direction that they pray in. And that is the direction of the Canada. Now, why do we pray in that direction? Because Allah subhanaw taala commanded the Muslims direct your prayer this way.

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So there's Unison in your prayer. Because as Muslims we pray together, we pray in congregation and we pray together at certain times. So when you go to the masjid, you don't find people, you know, praying and they're facing each other. Or the whatever the case may be, you know, everyone is praying in sync, okay, all praying together, following the Command of Allah subhanaw taala in that direction, so we don't worship the Kaaba, okay, we follow the Command of Allah subhanaw taala to direct our worship in this direction so that we are in unison, and that we are together. Okay. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best and I hope that's clear.

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There's a question what acts of worship are no longer worship for someone with physical and visual disability?

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Okay, so, with regards to disabilities

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this may be like a large topic is very broad question. But there are certain aspects of when you are offering your ABA offering your worship, that whether you are physically able to do something fully or not, the obligation still is upon you. So let's say for example, a person is suffering from some form of illness or ailment that they are unable to stand in their prayer, they can't stand so sick, okay. But you still have your mental capacity. Meaning because we know that the Prophet saw some said that the pen is raised upon three that if a person is, is mental capacity is not that they can't understand what they're doing. Okay, then the you know, the obligations are removed from them.

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But if a person is considered, you want to say say and understands what's going on around themselves, then the prayer is an obligation upon them,

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but they're unable to stand. So there may be certain aspects of the obligation itself. The obligation is not removed, because I'm sick. I don't have to pray. You still have to pray. But standing for exam

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Maybe lifted so you can pray sitting down and if you can't pray sitting down then you can pray lying down, okay? So there are certain aspects of the obligation itself which are made lighter for you. Okay? So

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I hope that's clear inshallah to Allah if a person has a specific

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scenario for themselves then maybe you can put it to us and maybe we can also with a bit more detail Aloha Adam

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Can you eat from the same plate as a Muslim?

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Okay, so why are we asking this?

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You, you may be aware of the Hadith, that the Prophet alayhi wa salam said that nobody should eat from you except a moment nobody eats from your plate except a moment and they shouldn't have not accompany except movements except a believer, right. So this hadith is a sound an authentic hadith.

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This is the Prophet sallallahu Sallam talking and advising the mill the believer in the OP regarding optimum and the best situation for you to have similar minded people as accompany the prophets Allah Some said that you are upon the religion of your friends. So be careful Be very careful whom you take as as company okay.

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So whom as we as people who will mean we mix with is very important.

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The hadith does not prohibit us from eating from the same plate if a person is from a different religion Absolutely not. So if you go to a restaurant

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and or you go at your home and you invite somebody or you're invited to somebody's house that food is halal Alhamdulillah as one plate and you eat from the same plate, Matthew buts no problem.

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No problem shallow Tada.

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The hadith is referring to the best situation in general the type of company that Muslims should have, but does not prohibit.

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If the situation is other than that, so you be careful as I mentioned, with regards to your company, they have a good influence over you not a bad influence.

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The hadith concerning the best places or the masjid and the worst places are the markets. Which just mean well, a hub wouldn't be allowed in Allah massage you do have the most beloved places to Allah subhanaw taala are the masajid in that the salah or the congregation, the Quran and lectures are all established in the masjid, hence them being the most beloved places to Allah subhanaw taala it's a place that reminds you of the urquiola it's a place that reminds you have the hereafter. It's a place where people come together to remember Allah subhanaw taala the marketplace is our, if you like not like that at all, people they're buying and selling, wanting to make profit dunya dunya

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dunya Okay, so this is in general, if you like, what a person takes from the Hadith, that the massage are the best places for these reasons, and that the marketplaces are the worst places for those reasons in that maybe it's more likely that people will be inclined to dunya that doesn't mean that you can't do business in the marketplace. Okay, but to be careful in the marketplace, you know, because you are seeking to make profit. And maybe you can, you know, show up on his

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Hadees he's trying his best to

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you know, cause problems between people raising prices, lowering prices, you know, dissension can happen in the marketplace, and shops and things like that.

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This is what we can take from Hadith.

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Kenny Muslim wear rings on either hand,

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well for a sister, there is no restrictions at all with regards to rings on what fingers and what hand that's absolutely fine. It's up to her with regards to Amanda Prophet alayhi wa sallam used to wear a ring on either the small finger or the finger next to that.

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And as Imam tells me that I have a lot of explanations. Because a book, The Imam Telemedia himolla compiled Shama mohammedia the how the prophets Allah sent me he would wear a ring that there would be like a seal that would be used

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to proceed on documents and you know, letters that were sent around. So a man he was wondering, not multiple rings, he wants to wear a ring, that's fine. That's the type of Xena as a type of beautification is permitted for him that he was one maybe on his small finger or the finger next to that whether it is right or left, then that's fine inshallah Tada, okay. But he doesn't work on his thumb, you know, the index finger and middle finger. That's not the practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam Wa Allahu to Anna Anna.

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Is it enough to use a cap as a hijab? Now

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if I am what I understand from a cap, okay. Is

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that I'm sure what everybody else understands what a cup is,

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like a baseball cup is that what you mean by a cup? Is that enough to use as a hijab? Well,

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I don't think in anybody's language a cup is considered a hijab, I mean, you covers part of your head, but it doesn't fulfill

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the conditions of a hijab, hijab is that what is worn which covers you know, the entirety of your head and your all of your back of your neck and your front neck area, okay, this is

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what is known as hijab and a cup

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would not be a hijab, a cup is a cup and a hijab is a hijab.

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A person is talking about well, this is my journey, okay, this is a different issue. This is a different issue. But you know, for all those who are sisters, who have the journey, I asked Allah Allah, Allah to make it easy for you. And at times, I you know, I appreciate that people's starting point is different. The Tobia and upbringing was completely different.

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And I appreciate that fully. And I asked the last panel Tada to allow you to fulfill Allah's Deen in the very best way and that Allah subhanaw taala makes you a benefit to yourself and a benefit to others. Allah Hammami

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How does a wife correct her husband during prayer?

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that men correct men in Salah by saying Subhan Allah. Okay, so maybe he got up from the second rocket without performing Tisha hood and people behind him. Subhanallah to remind the amount that you need to sit down.

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You wouldn't say for example, you forgot to say to shout in Salah. You don't say that. You say subhanallah. As for the men, as for women as sisters, they don't say anything. They clap the back of their hand.

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Okay. That's how they would correct if they're in a position to do that. So if we're in the masjid, and they have completely different rooms, so you clapping the back of your hand, you Mom's not gonna hear that, then there's no point doing that. The point of doing that so that they, the Imam would hear it and be aware of possibly mistake. Okay. Now, if you're at home, okay, and the wife is praying behind her husband, as as mentioned in the example here. And he makes an example in his actions, she claps the back of her hand, if he makes a mistake in his recitation is permitted for her to correct him in his recitation by saying the IRA correctly, or if he had forgotten an IRA, she

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can say that I have for him, because it's not a problem. Her in his company that she can do that. She would not do that in the masjid, for example, correct email and his recitation. But within the home, if it's a mistake in his recitation, she can say it for him remind him if you forgot an idea for some mistake in his actions, she claps the back of her hands like this. Okay, well, Laura, Adam

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is allowed to breastfeed your baby whilst praying

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I don't have practically that works, to be honest with you. I mean,

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I mean, how long are you going to be praying for, um, you praying for hours on end, and it means that you can't have any, you know, you can't touch your baby because you're in prayer, then you need to fix your baby up because you know, if you're praying pm or something like that,

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but if we're talking about like, the five daily prayers, I what I would say is that try to

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from a practical, you know, because you're moving in the Salah, even how that works. I don't know how that works, to be honest with you. You're going up and down and things like this, a lot of movement, you're holding your baby.

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I will say that try to have your baby resting. If you need to feed your baby, then feed your baby allow them to relax for a little while. It means the salah needs to be delayed by 1520 minutes not beyond its time, by the way. Okay.

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You want to pray the hot 130 I can't pray 130 I'm gonna pray the Lord at two o'clock for example, then, you know, have the baby settle down and then you you offer your prayer.

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I don't see how that

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my limited knowledge on the issue how that's even practically done. What I would say is probably best just to have your baby settle down first. And then you you can pray after that middle spot to make it easy.

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We have a quote on the line so that Monica

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going to share it I have one question by reciting Sulis that's the night every night. What is the what is the person what is the benefit? What is the reward for that boy because the result is Tula model is

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If you could just explain this to me. Is there a reason you recited swordsage Every night

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I just found I was told that it is a sauna.

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I suppose who recite it every night. Okay, so as to follow this one that I would I want to do this close I would like to know, what is the reward for this as well? Okay.

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so answering question

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that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did teach us certain chapters of the Quran certain sort of that can be recited before sleeping. And at times the benefit of that was mentioned to us.

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So, for example, I tell courtesy

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as a protection for you until the morning, sort of tell milk as well as a protection from Audible cover for the punishment of the grave.

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The last two verses of Surah Al Baqarah, and that the one who recites there was catheter, that will be sufficient for that individual. That's been, as the Prophet saw some said it was sufficient for them. There's a number of interpretations for that. As for storage, sort of such that, I don't know of any specific reward for that.

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Allahu Adam, I don't know.

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But if it's an authentic sunnah, and established sunnah, then you get the reward of the very least of reciting the chapter as the Prophet alayhi salam would do before sleeping

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Allahu to Allah, Allah now.

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Okay, we have some more questions to shaitana.

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Any more questions on the WhatsApp?

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Nope, no more questions or no more calls? Okay. So we just include questions. Okay.

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Okay, so another common question that in fact I just received yesterday, I've been able unable to answer this in fact, kindess morning, what is the ruling on participating on competent on in competitions that don't cost you any money and that you can have a financial gain from that. Okay, so these gambling sites, they might say initially, that your first bit is free of cost you anything and then after that you pay my allowed to do that. There's two states that is, firstly, if you're paying to enter, clearly gambling is not allowed. Now, these competitions and these things that are you get a free go. This is no doubt a pathway into gambling. It's a pathway into gambling. So

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therefore, I would say to you to avoid that. Okay, avoid competitions, where yes, it may be free at the start. But then you get that bug because gambling is kind of like a drug that you need more, you want to do it more and more now it can be a big destroyer. For this reason, it's haram. So these organizations and competitions that are offered to you,

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where you get a free chance and you get this big financial gain, or to stay away from it, stay away from it. It's blocking a means for you to falling in Haram if you've done it once and then you want okay, may Allah bless you. You didn't do something haram in itself because it's not gambling as such. But it is a pathway. It is a pathway into haram no doubt. So my advice to you is just to just simply stay away from it. So that you will not be tempted into such things and there are many examples where it started with innocent intention. However,

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it ended very badly. May Allah Subhana Allah forgive us all guys, guide us to that what is best and we make in your document ahead. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Yeah, you

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