Wasim Kempson – Islami QA 20 (12092022)

Wasim Kempson
AI: Summary © The importance of remaining humble and being humble in order to achieve good things is emphasized, along with the need to act upon knowledge and obtain it in a timely manner. The speakers also discuss the loss of certain Muslims, the use of clothing with marks on them, and the importance of respect and educations for individuals with health conditions. The speakers provide guidance on avoiding errors in plastic surgery, setting aside time for prayer, establishing a connection with Allah subhanaw taala, and avoiding touching individuals or others. The importance of strong immune systems and following laws and laws online is emphasized.
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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashraf Colombia he was able to sit here and say he didn't want to be in a Mohammed bin while early he was Hobie edge marine or praise belongs to Allah AMITA peace and blessings of Allah Allah Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sal Allahu Allahu Allah wa Salam. Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh, my deep and sisters, and viewers and welcome to a new episode of Islamic while you are given the opportunity to put your questions to us, and we will try our very best Inshallah, to Allah to answer those questions that you have. You have as normal a couple of ways of contacting us, you can call

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the telephone number which is appearing at the bottom of your screen. And also you can WhatsApp your questions to us by saving the telephone number which also appears at the bottom of your screen, save that into your phone and then message, the Islam channel the studio here and put a question to us and we'll try our very best but isn't it later either? To answer those questions insha Allah Allah does not come along Clara.

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So as we are waiting for you to call in, as we're waiting for you to send your questions within an IRA, I want to mention a very important

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As all Islamic topics of course are important, and that is the importance of remaining humble

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and being respectful.

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These are very coarse broad terms, very general terms, being respectful and being humble, but with regards to knowledge and the people of knowledge.

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And we know that the Quran, Allah Jalla wa Ala speaks about those who have been raised levels due to the knowledge that Allah subhanaw taala gave to them. We know that Allah subhanaw taala talks about the comparison about those who know and those who do not know lay a stone that they are not to be compared that they are not the same. And similarly, we find in the authentic sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the status of the dilemma the scholars, and that they are truly Waterford will endear that they are the inheritors of the prophets. And that lemma or Bernie Yun? What do we mean by this term, the scholars who are steadfast and well known for the knowledge that

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they have

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a link to knowledge and a link to the people of knowledge. And this is the way of course that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told the companions and so on through the generations.

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So these scholars are to be respected, if you like, and are to be treated in the very best way because they are whom individuals whom Allah subhanaw taala blessed.

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This is a reality that if Allah subhanaw taala blesses,

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as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us that the philosopher pinata Allah wants good for a servant, you have a healthy Deen that he gives that person an understanding of the religion.

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So it is a sign not a guarantee. Because as we know, in Islam, it is not just to acquire knowledge, but to act upon that knowledge. So any knowledge that you acquire, you are expected to act upon that knowledge. And this is responsible across the board. Whether you are the general Muslim in the on the road, if you're like we're in the street or the person who is an imam of masjid, or who's in charge of some, you know, Islamic affairs, no matter what the situation is, whatever knowledge you come across, we are required, you are required to act upon that knowledge. Now, obviously, those individuals who have acquired much, much more knowledge, they the stakes for them are greater in in

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the front of Allah subhanaw taala in the sight and the sight of Allah generated because they have so much more.

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Let's have an excuse, and more to act upon, because the knowledge that they have acquired,

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but in the modern day, if we can say in not putting a specific time limit on that, there seems to seems to be or there seems to be an understanding that there is lack of clarity of how to interact with knowledge, how to deal with knowledge and how to better ourselves in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala with with knowledge and who are the people of knowledge, if you like the lines have become a little bit unclear, that people do not really know who are the scholars and who are the Redeemer and things like this and I guess you know, there are many shows why speak about things about the importance of knowledge and acquiring knowledge and knowing who the people of knowledge

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I do go on. To be honest, I know myself I go on about it quite a lot. That is because of its

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importance brothers and sisters, and it is not a matter which you know, you just freak out when you mentioned once every six months, because I can see that there is such a dire need for Muslims in general to acquire beneficial knowledge

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and the importance of acquiring knowledge. Because how do we expect to, you know, worship Allah subhanaw taala in the correct way if we ourselves do not make an effort to acquire some knowledge in Namibia or Elmo battalion,

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knowledge is only acquired you going out and to learn, it doesn't just come, you know, you sitting there doing nothing. And because we are, we are servants of Allah subhanaw taala we want to, you know, better ourselves in our worship and better ourselves in our understanding, so that we can, you know, gain more reward and become better worshipers of Allah subhanaw taala and This, in turn, has a ripple effect of those who are around us,

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whom we have close contact with, that we can benefit others, we can educate others. So, us realizing the importance of beneficial knowledge, good knowledge, which brings you closer to Allah subhanaw taala and who to get it from, who to acquire your knowledge from these are very, very important

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points for us to understand. And it goes back to this point I mentioned earlier, about being respectful and humbling self oneself humbling, humbling yourself to knowledge

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and to the people of knowledge, and also respecting knowledge, and knowing how to respect it and also the people of knowledge themselves in a time where in times of written in times of

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confusion, we know that the well known Hadith that the Prophet sallallahu listen to Audible for two new adult Karoubi can help me the road in order that the trials and tribulations will be shown to people or will appear to people just as the read mat is is sold. So, it can become very much

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very strong and intrinsic to the hearts of the people. So people's hearts will be impacted by fit and if a person doesn't know how to react to situations which require guidance, which require you know, direction where everybody seems to be going in a different direction and finding you know 101 solutions about one particular issue

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how important it is for us to you know to go back to understand how what the correct direction what is the correct solution on these matters. So, Brothers Sisters, we ask Allah Israel to grant us Elmo nerfed beneficial knowledge and to allow us to become those who act upon that mean, which is like a Lafayette Okay, so we have a caller on the line which will take now we have no tiada Salam aleikum. While I can

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your question, please. And my sister, I'm very struggling with my face.

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I found that before I took my Shahada, I have lots of help. I have lots of support. People were able to answer questions that I wanted to ask about

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my own sentences. But I found over the years that I don't have that support approach my local market is attending market regulator and it's before walk down since that time, so now I'm finding that I'm really struggling. I'm really confident maybe I'm making a decision with implants. Right? I don't know what to do. I don't know who to turn to. I don't have any friends for

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advice. Okay. What I can suggest you sister first and foremost just before you put the phone down is if you leave some contact details with the whom you're just spoke to Charlotte Charlotte the the channel will be able to direct you towards

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some support agency in Charlotte area to help you to get on Charlotte. Okay, so don't put the phone down. When I finished answering your question.

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Give some contact details and we'll go through the channel now. Charlotte Tara Zack monoket. Thank you so much sister.

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What I would say on this button sisters,

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is that the responsibility of massage it's in our mosques

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and organizations who are supporting or giving Dawa and supporting new Muslims. This is a very important part of

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our when living in the lands of non Muslims.

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This is an essential part of the dour when Muslims are residing in non Muslim lands, okay. Yeah, we've been here for 50 years or 60 years, 70 years, 80 years, however many generations some of them

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You know, generations upon generations is that original currency original country but nonetheless, as Muslims we need to be aware part of our responsibility is to give our have to call people and teach people al Islam

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inevitably Al Hamdulillah they will be guided to the truth many of them

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and then it is upon us as Muslims to embrace them as new brothers as New sisters and to teach them the religion of Allah SLM.

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Now, if within and this may highlight maybe some of the weaknesses that we have, in our, in some circles of our that our within our

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within a band between the Muslims in animosity mean that there are some weaknesses and how to learn and learning. Okay, it's a reality over the past few years, the rate that people actually learning Islam has become very, very weak. Now what about those new Muslims who come into the deen? who find the Muslims themselves they're very weak at learning what chance did the new Muslims have in trying to better themselves and educate themselves within the deen not that they have to rely on those Muslims themselves. But at least there are some institutions organizations and whatever you know masajid and organizations that are present are there to facilitate that learning for the new Muslims

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insha Allah Tala there are at hamdulillah many in place, which we took the details of the sister to ensure that she can get some support inshallah Tada and allow her to

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remind her of the important decision that she made however long ago that was about entering into Islam that it is a truth Alhamdulillah that we can string thin one each other's faith with Natalia with experiences and so on and so forth. So we'll get those details to you Inshallah, to Allah later sister and may Allah subhanaw taala keep you firm and bless you.

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I mean, okay, the next question is can you pray with clothes that have marks of Geneva

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you know,

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what I get questions like this, okay, because this is classically something that is mentioned in in bookstores, the purity of of *, okay, excuse the sensitivity of the matter, and if it is pure or impure, that, to be honest, the off 5050 on it, you know, for example

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muda muda Shafi Ahmed, Rahim Allah have the opinion that his pure nomadic and Hanifa racconto la de him of the poet it is a view of is impure. So, it's like kind of 5050 on this, and you follow the school of thought or the scholar that has taught you on this particular matter, on that issue.

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so, that's the first point you follow these issues. Secondly, is that you know, how often this is going to happen to you. Was it done by mistake? Was it something you're going to continue to do? Maybe you have one garment, you have one piece of clothing, I mean, when we're talking about narrations

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that were taken from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and the narrations from Asia or the alotta Anna and how that they used to deal with this particular

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product or disagreement between a people Subhanallah who didn't have wardrobes of clothes

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you know they had Subhanallah at times one garment or two garments or three garments. Many people now I'm assuming that Masha Allah don't have a wardrobe with one piece of clothing or even two pieces of closing in it. Okay, if it was done by mistake when you find out after

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then law that's okay. I am of the view that it is it is a pure substance and then if you pray then it labrets no problem if you're aware of it, you still prayed in it okay. Finally Schelotto your salary is valid, it is pure. But

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hurricane Jonathan.

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Next question is Botox and collagen and other facial treatments allowed?

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Okay. So,

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first and foremost, the hokum Shatta Wale, the ruling on this is that

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there is a line drawn where there is a family at the church that mediate kind of beautifying or Telemedia

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beautifying operations which are not necessary beautify and kind of blast plastic surgery which is not necessary that you stay away from okay in your face you do not do that.

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Something which is there is to rectify a defect. Not when you say what is it I see this as a defect. Okay, I don't think I'm pretty enough. Therefore I see this as a defect. So therefore, I want to put a substance into my lips which now make them look like balloons. Okay, that's it.

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You know we say no this is not acceptable a defect is something which are more uttered that ordinarily a person would say doctors would say that you have a deficiency or there's a defect. Therefore you can have some form of plastic surgery to rectify that defect. Okay with regards to plastic surgery

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other than that you stay away from it otherwise this you know, Botox and collagen and things like that facial treatments you avoid devotees just comes under just I want to beautify myself Okay, then there's not permitted you don't do that as for correcting a defect then again to make sure that you get some advice on the matter according to what you're doing. You'll get the answer which is tailored to your situation inshallah and remember, you should always go through medical professional to find out what the situation is for yourself to find out if it is something viable for yourself well.

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We have a core line Sharla Tanya Soleimani Kumar from Tala y they come with

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the country shift

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check just wanted you to clarify a little bit more regarding answering the question about you know, some of these clubs get stained through urination or defecation

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shift just with respectfully some of our elders have that they have medical conditions where they can't you know,

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restrain themselves can you maybe

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expand on what your answer to the question was how do they deal with the situation where they want to pray and every time they obviously go to pray the slot you know, they close the stain they keep washing them

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if they get dirty, okay.

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We have another call

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So, brother just a hello hello. Called in something related to we mentioned a little bit earlier with regards to * which may be on closing which we said that there was a flop between the alignment between its purity and impurity on the closing.

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As for other substances or discharges which come out of the body, whether it's from the front passage or urine identification, there is absolutely no disagreement between scholars that they are not just that they are impure measures, okay? Okay, that's point number one. Point number two is that if this Naja Assa is on your clothing, it absolutely needs to be removed and cleaned.

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Absolutely has to be removed and cleaned.

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That's point number two point number three is that are there any exceptions? Okay. So the original origin is that this is where we start it's impure and needs to be removed from your closing before you pray. Are there any exceptions to that? There may be some exceptions.

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Meaning that if somebody suffers from incontinence, meaning that they cannot control their bowels cannot control

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their urine

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so therefore, they were some form of protection.

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What is the situation in something like this? What did they do? Well,

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there are some solutions for them Inshallah, tada. What they can do is that

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the prayer is still obligation, the prayer is still an obligation upon us all. But with regards to the prayer and me doing that five times a day is a mash up is what result represents a great difficulty for a person to do that. They change themselves five times a day for the for the salah.

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What they can do, inshallah Allah is maybe limit to that to maybe three times a day. And what do I mean by that is that you can delay your Salah to Lahore. You can delay your Salah to Lahore until it's last time you haven't entered Asana yet.

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So if there are impurities on whatever kind of protection that you are using that you clean yourself, you remove yourself, you remove this from yourself

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and you replace it with something which is clean, and then you offer your salata the whole, you make your model and then regardless of what happens because you don't have control over that you are excused so therefore you pray or Salaat of the horror. And then pretty much when you finished your dog also comes in you can pray or also to straight away okay in the same state in Charlotte, Anna. And similarly, you can do that for so little Maghrib and Isha. That way. All the prayers are being offered in the correct times. You're not just joining prayers, you're offering the prayers in the correct times. But there is less of a difficulty or level of less of responsibility and you having

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to kind of go through that process.

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You know, five times a day you can maybe limit it to three which I think shadow dial is, is manageable and Allah subhanaw taala is best and may Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for you all Allah him I mean.

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Okay, inshallah Tada, we have some more questions.

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Oh, before we take that written question, we'll have a call on Charlotte Allah Salam Alikum.

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I confirm.

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Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. When somebody dies, is it okay to say rest in peace? That's for Muslim and non Muslim?

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What do you mean by rest in peace? What does that mean?

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Well, that's just a normal kind of expression. When somebody dies, people say that don't live. Okay. Good question, brother. Thank you very much. Okay.

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All right.

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So rest in peace,

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as a form of grace, a form of supplication, if you look at it, that you are asking,

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if a person believes in the Hereafter, and you want that person who is now deceased demised you want them to be in a state of peace.

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And a state of peace? I would assume you mean, you know, a state of goodness, a state of mercy from Allah subhanaw taala. God Almighty. So do we have any guidance concerning this? Did Islam teach us or is it does Islam just not say anything? And Muslims, we are, you know, just make things up as we go along. Or depending on what you your view on the person is, absolutely is guidance on that? Absolutely. There are there is guidance on this. Okay. So I'll refer you to a couple of

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Firstly, sort of the tilbyr in verse 113. Okay, chapter number nine, verse 113. And this verse in the translation is that it's not right or correct for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam or the believing people to seek forgiveness for those people who have died after has been made clear that they are from us harbor Jakeem that they are from the people of hellfire that they are disbelievers. So if a person who dies upon clear apparent disbelief, okay, then we do not lay a thought that we do not say anything in the light of making supplications for that deceased who dies upon other than SLM. Okay, we do not. That's the first evidence for that and also

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in the incident of Allahu they be in the sixth year of the hijra, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was going with the Muslims. It's a long story going to make Amara they weren't able to end on return. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam stopped by a grief. This was the grave of his mother. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was seen to be crying at this grave, and then the Sahaba or the Allahu Anhu saw this particular incident, and asked the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what is this grave what has caused you to cry? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that I asked Allah subhanaw taala permission to visit the grave. And I was

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given that I asked Allah permission to seek forgiveness and I was not given permission. This was the grave of his mother, the mother of the Messenger of Allah. So the prophets Allah Allah is live in this tells a shows that we are not permitted as Muslims to ask ALLAH SubhanA wa taala. To ask for forgiveness, to say statements rest in peace to an individual who apparently dies upon call upon disbelief

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now this semester to send condolences, if you find that they are not Muslims, and you want to send condolences to them other jazz that's permitted. So you can send condolences to the family, you can send condolences to those whom you know, you have a relationship, you know them and you you know, you saved me May Allah give you patients through difficult time, you know, May Allah guide you if that is you know, suitable for you to say that to them. So, these are the kinds of things which are permitted, okay, and we don't mix the things we don't mix the situations I you know, Islam hamdulillah is clear on the matter. The ruler might have explained very clearly these matters. And

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Allah subhanaw taala knows best. So the DUA and supplications for the deceased, of those who died upon other than Islam is not permitted for us as Muslims, but to send condolences to family members who have their beloved who died. That is permitted. We know that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam visited, there was a Jewish family the boy was on his deathbed was there to send, you know, condolences to the family, the boy Al Hamdulillah. Osama, he became a Muslim girl before he died. So this is the very simple and quick ruling on that and Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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What I would say well this is this

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is especially over the past few days.

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especially with those who are well known in society when they do die as a muslim was the our first step. As a reminder for us all that Kulu knifes into a cattle mode, that every soul

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shall taste it shall taste death from Mileena to reach our own and that we will all return

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to Allah subhanaw taala. So, first and foremost, this is the lesson that every Muslim takes from the matter is that we will all taste this and then after that it is important we act and behave in the correct way in line with the guidance that allegedly Allah gave to us and the teachings of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in light of the how the Roma had have explained these matters to us and allows a panel to divest we've come to the end of their first part here inshallah Taylor. So please stay with us and we'll see you after the break. I said I might even want to log in or barakato Yeah, are you

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M remian.

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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Karim was early he was of the age of nine. All praise belongs to Allah and lead to peace and blessings of Allah Allah Allah Allah be upon his own messenger Muhammad salallahu Salam. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Welcome back sisters and brothers and viewers at home is the second part of Islamic where we're continuing to take your questions, Inshallah, to Allah. And there is another question actually Hispaniola, and

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it's similar to the question that the when the sister called in earlier, I'm a revert living in an area without many Muslims and no Masjid nearby. I feel lonely and it is resulted in me no longer praying, sometimes I pray because I feel a punishment, but it doesn't feel right. Any advice to keep up my salah.

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So this is

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speaking to the sister, and also to be honest with you, you know, Muslims as well.

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I mean, Muslims, you're born into the faith.

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You know, establishing the Salah requires effort. Okay, that's the bottom line. When I say mean, what what I mean, it requires effort, it means that you know, you have to perform with or prepare yourself, set aside, you know, 510 minutes, and then you offer your prayer and you do that five times a day. So that that's commitment to do that five times a day.

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Fundamentally, we pray, because Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran about to establish the prayer, in many places, you know, more than 80 places you know about establishing the prayer and pings occur, if it's necessarily on the person. The profit is how to sell. You know, books have been written about the obligation of prayer, the benefit and virtues and blessings of the prayer. The first thing we're going to ask be asked about on your monkey is the I mean, the prayer Subhanallah is the one of the last advices of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam before he died Elisa salah, Salah, the prayer, the prayer, okay, so the prayer is fundamental to us identifying as Muslims okay, this

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is the rope that you have a connection if you want to metaphorically a connection you have with Allah subhanaw taala every day and cutting that rope cutting that link with Allah subhanaw taala will impact the person in a very negative way. So the more times if you like that you not don't pray you get into a downward cycle, the situation gets worse you feel a little bit more down that you don't want to offer the press or you don't offer it and then you feel even worse and then and then it comes up to maybe a situation where it builds up you think I haven't prayed for so long? Let me just offer a prayer. And then you feel the prayer and then maybe you don't feel very different. You

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feel bad about it as though that one prayer is going to be the remedy for the whole situation that didn't pray for so long and you've you know, naturally if you don't pray for a long time the strength of your you will feel down you will feel bad and if we put all our hopes and wishes or pray once and it's all great mashallah, my Eman is strong and I feel fantastic. Again, not always Iman, you know, strengthen our immune is like that. So just as we, you know, weaken our Eman over a period of time we need to strengthen our Eman over a period of time as well. And so therefore, if a person gets into a rut of not praying, they weaken themselves Charlotte to either the the upturn in

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establishing worship each other that is much much quicker. Okay, you can feel quicker, better, much, much quicker than a person is going in the other direction. So if a person feels that they've offered one prayer, and then they connect it with another prayer, and then they connect that with another prayer very, very quickly, that they can feel an attachment and a connection

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with Allah subhanaw taala and that what they're doing, okay, this is from a practical

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A prospective and of course, there's many things that we can mention on that, what I would say is that also, if a person is on their own, doesn't have much connection with Muslims, this will also have a very, can have a negative impact

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on the person. So having some form of connection with Muslims,

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even if it's virtual, okay, this can be of great help. If you feel that you've got certain things that are on your mind you want to speak about, or certain things that you're not sure of, then, you know, if you can speak to somebody who can advise you in a good way, then I think this is very important. If you don't have that, then maybe, you know, again, you can go through the channel, and then they can, you know, put you in contact with

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an organization which gives, you know, support to to new Muslims reverts. Because this is, you know, 1000s and 1000s and 1000s of reverts or converts, whatever word you want to use, those who embraced Islam, here in the UK and around the world. And supporting them is very important. You know, some of them are literally starting from zero, they wouldn't grow up in any

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Islamic environment at all, you know, barely know what Ramadan and Hajj and Zika is all about, what's this, it's all completely new to them. So therefore, educating men teaching them is extremely, extremely essential, is essential for us as Muslims here in the UK, supporting Muslims and supporting new Muslims. It's essential, it's something which has to be part of our, okay, just sitting here, as Muslims in our communities and not doing things for new Muslims is not acceptable. We have to do that. It's not about well, we have to focus on our own communities. Sorry, new Muslims are part of your communities, okay? These aren't outsiders that you have a different priority. These

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are Muslims and therefore, they need that support a child to Allah, okay. So

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whatever support if there's no Masjid close to you, then inshallah contact the channel and they will be able to put you in contact with some all kinds of organizations that can help you insha Allah to Allah. Allah Allah

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if you if a woman is has gone to perform ombre, how can she complete it? If she starts her monthly cycle? Well

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just wait till it finishes

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just to wait till it finishes.

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And then she can perform her Amara, and if you're Maka

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Hello, I'm Cherie for Medina Masjid during your menses, can we enter the masjid and sit in it? Her ladies is not permitted. A woman who is on her monthly cycle does not enter the Masjid. Okay.

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Yeah, what I would say is that any sisters who are

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preparing for Hajj is once a year or even the ombre, that they tried to best they can try to go at a time where they think that they won't be there. And it's difficult to do that. I appreciate that.

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To try and measure the time or gauge the time when you may have your your monthly cycle and to seek medical advice, if there's anything that can be done about that, to ensure that when they're similar, or the pilgrimage that you're making, and that you're mentors, at the time when it's not going to happen, or there's something that can help you during that shutdown. Okay, Walter, but answering the question, you have to wait to finish your sister Charlotte, Diana.

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while I'm staying there for a short short time, I can't come out over what am I supposed to do? Well, if you have to exit a harem without completing your mother, then you will have to make a sacrifice. And that is having a sacrifice done in Makkah that's distributed to the poor and you've come out of your haram

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if you need to without completing your ombre and Allah azza wa jal knows best.

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Next question is okay for Muslims to be extremely sensitive to others people's emotions?

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I mean, yeah, I mean, if you are if you find the people around you, who are going through a difficult time then as a Muslim, yeah. You show sensitivities towards them, you'd be respectful. Absolutely.

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You know, at all times, the Muslim is respectful

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and is never a person who Dishonored anybody. We give as Muslims we get if we give everybody their right to their Muslim, non Muslim, they do their rights. And these rights are to be given unfulfilled without any doubt. Okay. So,

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you know, whether it's the current situation or, you know, in six months time or 10 years time, the Muslim is respectful at all time, and follows the guidance of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, in all matters, okay. You don't need to make new HD hat. You don't need to

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Stop making your own legal reasoning as to well maybe this because of this because of that, I'm going to say you don't need to do that Alhamdulillah Islam is complete. Islam is perfect. Ask somebody if you don't know if I can continue to Allah moon, also personal knowledge if you don't know how to react to what to say, okay, concerning

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a particular situation. If you want to send condolences to a particular person you send your condolences Am I permitted or shall I say you know, shall I say May Allah azza wa jal have mercy upon your deceased or should not should I refrain from saying that, okay, these are things that if you're not sure of, then you can ask about inshallah Tada. And then the guidance can you know, the answers can be given to you by Ethan who later Allah and Allah Allah Allah knows best.

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Okay, next question is

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when two people are praying in congregation, where does the Imam stand? And where does the one following? Do they stand behind the one following or do they stand over? Where do they stand? Okay, so on this issue, if there are two people that are praying

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to men,

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then the one who is leading the prayer stands on the left and the one following stands on the right. Okay.

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And the evidence for this is the hadith of Ibn Abbas Radi Allahu Anhu Ummah, that he is he stayed with.

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In St. Thomas's Auntie Mamoon are on the line with the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the Prophet alayhi salam got up for keyamo Lail got up for the night prayer, and even even Abbas radula anima stood next to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam on the left hand side. So he was on the left hand side of the Prophet, the Prophet, Salah Salem, moved him around, so he was on the other side. Okay, so this is evidence to say that there are two men praying together, then the one who's leading is on the left and the one who is following that one who's leading questions just to the right of him, okay? Does he need to be a little bit behind some of the elements, just a tiny amount just to ensure that they

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don't go ahead of the men? But if you are completely level, then that's absolutely fine. If it doesn't matter in a woman, husband and wife, then the wife does not pray next to him she prays behind, okay, does it need to be directly behind? No, it doesn't need to be directly behind maybe the room doesn't suffice for you to do that. Maybe she's, you know, slightly to the right of him and behind, okay, but they're not in line she's behind, then that's how that would be done. In sha Allah, Allah and Allah subhanaw taala on his missed.

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Next question, is it permissible to wear and pray with sports T shirts that have animals on them, or figurines?

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Well, what I would say on this is that some of the emblems that are part of the badge,

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are quite detailed. And therefore you should cover you should have them covered, when you're going to pray and don't have them exposed, okay. So if you have wearing some form of light and football shirt, or some rugby shirt, or you know, cricket shirt, or whatever the case may be okay. And there is an emblem on it, and it has some details in it, then you should not pray with anything, you know, with deep, you know, details of things like Donnie should have it covered. And that is safe for you, for you to do in sha Allah.

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And so can we, as a Muslim attend the funeral of a non Muslim?

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What if we don't take part in the rituals? Well,

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again, Hamdulillah, we have

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guidance concerning or some answers concerning this, that

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it is not permitted for a Muslim to attend the funeral of a non Muslim which is has its own worship and rituals and so on and so forth. You are attending, is you being witnessed to that so that you do not therefore you don't attend that? Okay.

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They're singing, I don't think

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that is not the point. The point is that you are there present at the ceremony, which has its own worship, and so on and so forth. So therefore, you don't participate in that. Even if it's,

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you know, passive economical or passive attendance, you're not really doing anything. Attendance is initially, what you can do, if you wish is

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a relative of yours, or someone who is very close was a close friend of yours, and there's a time of burial and you want to attend that burial pot, then you can attend that burial pot to show if you want to show some respect than not just permitted for you.

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But participating whether even though it's passive, meaning that when you say I'm not doing anything, attending is as an issue. Okay. So therefore, you would avoid doing that, at the point of burial, if that's a relative of yours, are very close friend of yours. That you know you've been directly impacted because they were close to you and you want to pretend that to show

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Have some respect then find okay as for you know just the Muslim on our own selves I don't know who these people are I'm just attending burials and things like that would say, you know, an older political meaning that is in situations like they have no relate to that person or no relation with that person. You don't know who they are. I mean, just knowing somebody's name doesn't mean that you hear who you are connected with them. You would avoid these things. There's better to avoid that. And its entirety and Allah subhanaw taala knows best

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Yeah, listen, you know you are

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yeah, okay, maybe. Okay, so you are a man united fan. And their logo has a devil can I wear that shirt?

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It's also the nickname The Red Devils.

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So you may want to go even back before that, or you're allowed to even support them in the first place. If somebody calls themselves a Red Devils.

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Maybe better is better to avoid that. Okay. In any case, I don't think it's difficult to say It's haram for you to wear that I mean no one's saying that this is really that they are the embodiment of shaytaan nobody is saying that nor do they claim that okay nor do they say that the badge itself is in any way shape or form linked to shape on in any way shape or form. So we have to be balanced on the matter okay.

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So if you wear the shirt, you know because you just bought that team you know you were that that but in terms of Salah you cover it? Okay, well, as I mentioned earlier, but what I did mention is

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and this would be of course with with other shirts if you'd like

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whether it's what to call it

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some of them have mystical animals on them

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you know, again, the times of prayer, you should have them covered.

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And Allah's Pantone has missed

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I'll cover some more questions here via the web what's WhatsApp I should say?

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Next question, is that during

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the drama that the speakers are on

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and everyone can hear the drummer

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and while I'm making the door and take it to my shoes, can we talk during this time? Okay, what I would say to you as the drummer I started make your weirdo issues away and pray Don't be talking and giving salams to between people okay, just make your door and go and sit down

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while I'm on

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we have a caller on the line Charlotte had a salamati come well it was what we love when

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you're just been talking about

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attending a non Muslim funeral

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used to work close the kitchen and in any way I can quote somebody said this is where it's good that I should not attend to Christians near

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because I'm a Muslim, okay. So you want evidence to state that you cannot attend a worship ceremony Okay, which involves invoking other than Allah and talking about what I can attend to the ALA attending Yes, that's what you do attending mashing by by surely please try can put it to you know, reality was always the oh, this is where I should not attend because when I was young, yeah, my granddad was

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I Imam but did attend Eastern senior to correct me now. Let me get second good. Nashi. Okay, barnacle Okay.

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Okay. So, the brother is asking as to why we cannot attend

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a funeral a funeral of a non Muslim okay. So, if we establish the principle, we are able to establish the understanding, then we will be able to implement that not just on funerals. But if you like with any other act of a murder or worship that

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occurs and is it permitted, is it befitting for the Muslim to attend to that, whether actively or passively I do appreciate that there are certain communities I do appreciate that there are certain cultures where there is a crossover

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meaning that Muslims and Christians have

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they get on final 100 No, there's no

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problems and they attend each other's kind of celebrations and whatever they're doing. Okay, I mean, that's something to, to ask the scholars of their particular areas and their countries and so on and so forth.

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What I'm saying is that the principle is, how is it permitted for a Muslim to attend

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a place of where active worship, where as Muslims, we consider it to be disbelief. That's an act of what is being said and what is happening here is is not from Islam. Am I allowed to attend such places? Now? Do we have the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I said, Do

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you can't do this, you can't I mean, such a very wide, wide array of different situations, that you don't necessarily have the wording of Hadith all of these different situations that we are in.

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However, texts from the Quran were does not permit us from

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sending and making supplications for the deceased we can be used. Also the places of where disbelief occurs, disbelief occurs. So for example, where the Quran talks about the masjid, okay, Masjid, there are Masjid of there are, for example, was established. And this is established by the hypocrites, they were non Muslims. And they wanted to create dissension between Muslims, Allah, Allah, Allah told the believers to the Muslims not attend that place. Okay, because of the reason that has been established, and those who are establishing whatever they're going to establish there. So for the Muslims not to attend, what would be apparent that you're establishing the Salah how you

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have your Salah, you cannot go to that place because of what is or the reason why it's been established, and what may occur there.

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Similarly, if a place like a church or a place

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or whatever, where other worship is,

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is established for the Muslim to stay away from that is, is clear, it is clear whether it is active or passive engagement, as I mentioned to you, whether it is active, meaning during you're engaging in that worship, or you're passive, meaning you're just there, okay? The fact that that the bad the worship is being established there, and you being there for that. There's something that which you know, pretty much earlier might have agreed upon, based upon some of the evidence that I mentioned to you that you should, you should not attend. This doesn't mean that there's disrespect shown. Okay, this does not mean that as a Muslim, we don't respect people, we have to respect people's

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sensitivities and emotions and their situations. And as I mentioned earlier, about, you know, sending condolences to individuals, yeah, that's absolutely fine. That you consoled them about the loss that they have, and the difficulties that they may be facing. Because we are people who believe in God, we believe in a creator. And then you say that, you know, may God give you patience, you know, we don't want people to lose patience, we want people to be patient. So saying things like, that is absolutely fine. Insha Allah Allah, as I mentioned, I do realize that there may be sensitivities which people this is what they do. Okay, I would refer them back to their, to their

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scholars, and they can give them questions for that. However, not to say that my ruling is going to be any different but, you know, maybe them giving rulings may cause an uproar. You know, I'm not speaking for them. I'm just saying in the general term, following the earlier map, that you know, from centuries have passed, attending places where worship is occurred other than the worship of Allah Spanta was not allowed for us to, to engage in actively or passively and Allah subhanaw taala has missed.

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We're going to come to the internshala title of this particular Shall we have a couple of outstanding questions but you know, time has come to an end. And they asked at Las Panatela to make it easy for us all forgive us all and guide us to that what is best if dunya will ask Allah may Allah bless your brother and sisters until next time, salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakato yeah

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