Islami QA 23 (03102022)

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The importance of learning from Prophet's teachings is emphasized, including clarifying meaning and shadowing. The distribution of alcohol and shaping one's body to fit in a certain way is discussed, as well as the importance of acceptance of married couples' rights and praying for spiritual health. The importance of praying for the upcoming weekend is emphasized, as well as setting up formal ceremony for the return ofRP.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah while early he was her big marine or praise belongs to Allah subhanaw taala and may the peace and blessings of Allah Allah Allah Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, my dear brothers and sisters and viewers at home as Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome to another episode of Islamic, where will you lead hand you are given the opportunity to put your questions to us. And we will try our very best to answer those questions but isn't allowed to either according to the teachings that we find in the book of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And the authentic teachings of our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu ala he were early he was selling them.

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Now as we are waiting for your calls, which can be done with the telephone number that is appearing at the bottom of the screen, you can call us directly here in the studio. And we'll take your call straightaway in Charlottetown. You also have the way of the means of sending in your question to us in a written form via another number that's appearing on your screen, which is a whatsapp number.

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And that way in Schelotto area, you can write down your question put it to us, it appears on my little screen here. And I will try my best to answer that. But Ethan Alito

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and answering questions is one of the ways that we learned. And it is important way of learning because certain occasions and certain things come up in our lives. Not everybody knows everything. And

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a lot Gela tells us to ask the people of knowledge, if you don't know, don't make up things as you go along and then find out oh, did I do that right? Or didn't I do that right? And then you go and ask, and you find that you've got yourself into a difficult situation. So before you do something, before you say something or something you're not sure of just ask and you get the answer which is necessary for you Inshallah, to Allah to remove that doubt, to remove that confusion. And this is the beautiful thing about Islam Alhamdulillah we don't mind people asking questions. We have a question about

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the verse of the Quran, I'm not sure what that means. Then we go to the Tafseer of the dilemma.

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We maybe go to other verses of the Quran which explain that particular verse or statement of the Prophet alayhi wa sallam explaining that particular verse in the Quran

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or maybe some of the great scholars of the past explain

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those verses.

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Explain those verses to us. So that inshallah Tada we get clarification on those matters. Inshallah, tell us your brothers sisters, remember many of the Companions would ask the Prophet IdeaCentre Salam,

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the meanings of certain verses in the Quran, where Allah Allah, Allah would reveal something.

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In a short que la Voluma nauseam, when Allah subhanaw taala told us in Surah, to look man that shirk, associating partners with Allah subhanaw taala is a form is a great tool.

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So, the Companions saw this as something great, very great upon them, that you know,

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this is a form of oppression and all of us get involved in some form of oppression, we do wrongdoing. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us or told the Companions rather, that what they understood from the earlier wasn't quite correct, but it had another meaning and then alleviated their fears. So sometimes we may read, you know, read something from the Quran or read something from the Sunnah, which we may think we've understood it. However, the intended meaning of the verse, or even the intended meaning of the of the hadith is, is something else. So it's very important for us to go back to those

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teachings and understandings of the scholars which the Prophet alayhi wa sallam told us,

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they are the inheritors of the prophets to go back to the people of knowledge, so that we can get clarification on these on these matters and Charlottetown so don't forget button sisters to call us if you have a question. Or to put your question to us via WhatsApp, so we can have a look at your question inshallah. Tada and

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we can start answering your questions, but isn't it later either? Okay, so we've got some questions now through the WhatsApp Alhamdulillah.

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What is the significance of shadow?

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As my mother in law forbids my seven month old baby to look in the mirror or to play in his shadow

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according to her invites Jin's Please advice.

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Okay,

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So with regards to

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shadows and mirrors,

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that there isn't anything, there's no issue concerning looking in the mirror. If you're a baby or if you're looking at whatever age you are, it mirrors there's us there's something which is practical for you to look at yourself to make sure your hair is straight or your beard is straight or to whatever you need to do. A mirror serves its purpose quite self explanatory. To be honest, there's not an issue with that. There's no issue of you looking in the mirror and then the G at the sheath is going to come. There's no basis for this.

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As for shadow, again, there's no it's not an issue. However,

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the perfect laser some did tell us

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that

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if you're taking rest, that do not sit in half of your body within the shadow and half in the sunlight for example. Okay, so let's say for example, that you are outside. And this is not like, you know, an absolute if you were to do it, you're sinful. And this comes under the bird Burb or the chapter of wolf manners

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and etiquettes and so forth. These are recommended actions by the Prophet alayhi salam not to sit half in the sun and half in the in the shadow, because that's what the shaytaan does. Okay, so you give justice to your body, either you're completely in the sun, or you are completely in the shadow not half and half this was an advice of the Prophet Elisa to Salam however

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concerning you know, your baby being forbidden, you know,

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this is not going to invite shed on and things like that these are maybe a cultural things that people have have understood and inherited from others, but there's no there's no basis for this and Charlotte Taylor. So it's not to say it's not not an issue Bethany later Hello.

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Okay.

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How can I memorize the Quran quickly?

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Well, you know, the topic of memorizing Quran is

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in itself may seem a simple step for us, we have the Quran and I want to memorize it. Now,

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if you say that you want to do it quickly, it means that you obviously have to put more effort in

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there are a number of steps a number of things that you can you can do Inshallah, to help yourself memorize the Quran there's no guarantee that anyone's going to memorize it quickly.

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And remember that memorizing the Quran is one aspect of our old the Allah's Kalam has the right over us. We should try to memorize it. Yes, absolutely. We should try to understand it, and then act upon it. Okay. So

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everybody's ability to memorize is different. Some can memorize quicker than others.

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Some can maybe just read a few verses, or maybe a page or a couple of pages. And they're able to retain what they've memorized. And they can do it quite quickly. And this is a gift from Allah subhanaw taala. Others take a little bit more time. But that's, that's not too much. It doesn't mean something wrong with you. Okay. The most important is that whatever you have memorized and what you have understand or understood from the Quran is that you act upon it. But to be consistent, it's very important that you memorizing the Quran has no other, you know, you have no intention, except that you want to get close to Allah subhanaw taala does an act of worship for you. Okay.

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So, you know, frequent recitation, frequent revision.

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And as many of them say that the memorization part is, is the simpler part retaining is the more difficult so you may be able to memorize half a page or one page in one particular setting or in a particular day, you can memorize two or three pages maybe.

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But retaining that memorization is there where the, the

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the jihad if you like, the struggle, really is, is because when you're doing the Quran, there's two parts to it. There's the memorizing part. And then there is the Maharajah, there's the

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going over, over what you have memorized and they should have two kind of

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parallel plans going on at the same time. There's the memorizing pot and then there is the revision pot. Okay. So

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find a teacher is extremely important. And the teacher inshallah to Allah who is competent in the Quran will give you a plan, which you will follow in sha Allah to Allah there's not one set plan that everybody follows different teachers have different approaches

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is to me learning to seek your aid and help from the last panel to Allah and with the teacher, you know, you'll you'll make your the progress according to what you're, you're able to do Allah to Allah may Allah Subhana Allah give you Tofik I mean

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Okay,

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what is the root England removing his

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From the eyebrows one shake said did you can do it as long as no plucking

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isn't there a hadith the deformed shape so eyebrows, then there's a curse upon them.

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Okay, so

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the removing or shaping of

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eyebrows and it does mention plucking because that's usually the method that is used in shaping the eyebrows. So if one says well I'm not going to pluck it, I'm going to shave it, therefore it's different no

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plucking is mentioned because that's the most common way okay, the point is shaping the eyebrow which should be avoided okay.

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If one

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stays away from that then the hadith is quite clear on that Charlottetown okay, I cannot comment on what the question was posed to, to another person of knowledge.

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And many a time when a question is posed to one person after that same question being asked to somebody else, I don't know how that question was set to that individual. The Chef's gave this answer what how was the question set said to them? How was it posed to them? What was the wording at times that you know a question is given to you and sometimes the question restricts the answer that is given if you're talking about in general whoever answered okay regardless of who answered it, is there any Hadith concerning removing plucking shaving here of the eyebrow? Yes, there is the profit sites and forbade that therefore you should not do that while LaQuita

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Okay, next question. My father was a jeweler and

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and left some silver

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looking old

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please advise what can be done with the jewelry after

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after my mother's passing away, we are a family of four sisters and one brother and the jewelry

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will not be worn by anyone as they're old fashioned in bits and ends alright. So, if somebody passes away

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they would have something called teleca they will have what is to be inherited by their heirs. So if the husband is alive, he will inherit

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if there are children then he will inherit a quarter and if there are children then there'll be distributed between them as to the guidance is found in the distribution and in the Quran.

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Now, if it is the case that this is some if it's in the form of money cash or gold or silver or property is to be divided

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as is mentioned in the distribution way that we find in the Quran and the Sunnah,

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if it is

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a type of jewelry that nobody is going to use that if they will decide okay, we will sell it

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but maybe has some sentimental value

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maybe you know somebody is entitled to a particular share and they would rather keep their jewelry as part of their share then okay, you can organize that amongst yourselves

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okay

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so on issues like this because it's not just about the jewelry there I'm sure that there are other things that need to be distributed amongst yourself. So ask Allah azza wa jal to have mercy upon your mother that you can speak to somebody who can give you you know, detailed advice concerning the distribution of the inheritance

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so that everybody is happy inshallah to Allah concerning their their share

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the next question is what is the ruling on eating food for example a wedding cake that may contain alcohol as a preservative

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Okay, so whether it's a cake or any other thing, any other food alcohol is prohibited for two reasons for a amongst the majority of their ultimate alcohol is haram for what reason? Because of its intoxication because it makes you drunk therefore, it is haram and another reason is that it is not just is that it is impure, okay. So, these are two specific reasons why alcohol will be haram is not allowed for us to consume because intoxicates you and number two is because it is impure. Now, there is without any doubt, hmm. If alcohol is present in some form of food, or even on its own and it will intoxicate you, it is haram haram for you to consume that consensus. Absolutely no

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difference of opinion. Okay. However, so I hope that's clear. If alcohol is present in something and if you consume that you get drunk, It's haram, no problem is clear.

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The second reason, meaning that is alcohol, not just is it impure, the substance itself is impure. This is a matter of dispute between the

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scholar's the majority of the view that alcohol is impure. If it is mixed in the food then you shouldn't consume it. Why? Because it is now made that food impure.

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There is another view to say that the alcohol is not impure. It's impurity is a metaphorical filth is a meta metaphorical impurity, okay? The verses that are mentioned concerning are talking about alcohol and soda tell me

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that it is reduced from an umbrella shade 2030 20 Boo, that Allah subhanaw taala tells us about alcohol, talks about gambling, and things like that, that they are religious, that they are these idols that they are impure, and that you need them from the actions of shaytaan so stay away from them. The scholars spoke about this issue is this referring to a physical impurity or a metaphorical impurity? This is where I'm talking about the scholars have different

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some kind of I could have just said to you make it simpler but I want you to be able to understand the principle so you can apply it to wedding cakes and chocolates and sweets and sandwiches or whatever the case may be okay, so if you understand the principle you can apply it to anything

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now although Adam I'm of the view that alcohol in itself is pure

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and it's impure it is metaphorical impurity it's drinking it's consuming is the action of it is impure, but in of itself it is is pure substance.

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So if you do find an alcohol which is a preservative which is a tiny amount, which is in a cake

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meaning if I ate the entire cake is impossible for me to become drunk, I won't get intoxicated then it does not have intoxicating properties because it is mixed with all other is mixed with what flour and sugar and oil and and so on and so forth. It's not present it's doesn't have any intoxicating properties anymore. They can't intoxicated me. So it's not a problem. And as it is a pure substance and not only that, it's mixed with so many other products, it's no longer in its original form that it's not a problem. Okay? If you're talking about now, a type of cake which has

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brandy and whiskey and these kinds of spirits in it that you can they put a lot in it. It's not as a preservative. It's there to add flavor to add a kick to the cake if you like then if you enough of that it could intoxicate the no doubt this is haram no doubt it is haram because if I will see enough of it, then it would make me drunk therefore it is haram but as a preservative, then it is such a tiny amount. Okay, I could eat 10 cakes. I mean, that's physically impossible. But even if I was physically able to eat 10 of those cakes, okay, I still wouldn't become intoxicated, meaning it does not have any intoxicating property anymore. Okay, it's been diluted because of the other things

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that mixed with it. Therefore it's not a problem in Charlottetown okay so when we're looking at alcohol present in any foods or any substances I need to look at the amount that's in there if it is possible for me if I was the enough of it were to drink enough of it or may become drunkenness haram.

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And Allah's pathologist,

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okay.

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Is it haram for a woman to wear perfume?

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Okay, perfume is something which is we are as humans attracted to, it's nice, it smells nice things that smell nice. We like we like our homes to smell nice. We like our clothes to smell nice. Okay, this is a natural thing within us as human beings. We like things that smell nice.

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If I'm in my home to wear perfume when sprays and things like that, not a problem. The issue is the issue in Islam is that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says that if a woman goes out wearing perfume, and then this is an issue, this is an issue this has found in the teachings of Islam, that the Prophet salallahu Salam forbade the woman to go outside wearing perfume. Okay, that it is

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then you know, people will pass the smell of the perfume and things like that. So it's to remove Hittner amongst people, okay.

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So for this

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in this circumstance, you would not wear perfume but in your own home, in your own your own spaces, and something like that. No problem. Charlotte had no problem.

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While Oh, Adam,

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is there anything to do from the Sunnah?

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When is he? I assume this means the bellybutton

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when the umbilical cord is cut at birth,

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but then after within a week, it kind of just falls off. Okay. Is there anything specific we need to do with it? No, nothing?

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Nothing? Do I need to find a special place? I need to bury it? No. Do I need to put it on the mental side look? No, it's nothing. You can just get rid of it in Charlottetown. It has no worth no value.

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You don't need to be thinking about oh, if I don't dispose of it correctly, the Shetlands

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Gotta find it is going to do something to my baby. Nothing like that. Okay, you can just dispose of it, like to dispose of anything Chautala

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so there's nothing specific concerning that and the last pattern is just like the hair. When you trim the hair, you wanna get rid of the hair, you just throw it no problem, mashallah, tada.

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We have a call on the line Inshallah, that will take that call, so that Monico while it was long, rough mental nobody got time for the question. Do I have time? Yeah.

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Yeah. Bismillah Bismillah. Okay, Sheikh, I'm doing a bit of research on this subject. So I wanted to find out. Is there any specific Hadith or an example of the Prophet of Islam that husband gives preference to living with the wife, especially when he has very elderly, very vulnerable, very fragile parents and can be a widowed mother or widowed father.

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And they feel really scared living on their own? Okay. So anything any evidence to support where you live in with living with the parents living within loss? No any evidence where the sun gives preference to living with his wife rather than the elderly mother or elderly partner? Okay. Okay, Charlotte, it makes sense. Thanks.

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Okay.

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Okay, so the brothers asking Solokha a good question.

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But is there any evidence that states that the sun

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gives preference preference to living with his mother, or he lives with his will should stay with his wife?

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Okay.

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So first and foremost, when a man marries a woman, the origin is that the woman

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is entitled to her living space. Now, this requires a little bit of explanation in sha Allah. So you managed to fit your question in just before the break, which is good at Hamdulillah. So what we're going to do today, so we explained this correctly,

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we'll take a break and then after the break, we'll answer the question in Charlottetown, which I hope will keep you keep us with you by the coffee come. Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Yeah. Are you ready?

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LD Oh, Lord, our LTE Odin was

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salamati aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato Welcome back brothers sisters, that was stomacher where hamdulillah we're continuing to take your questions while your telephone calls. And also the WhatsApp questions Masha Allah Subotica lotto forget the numbers appearing at the bottom of the screen where you can call us directly, we'll take your questions straight away with an elector Allah. And we'll also take your questions via the WhatsApp. Now, just before the break I'll do brother called and was question are asking about? Is there any evidence that we find in Islam, concerning the living arrangements of the husband? When he gets married? Where does his wife live?

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Does he stay with his mother? Does the wife have to live with the parents his in laws, her in laws rather, what is the situation on this? Okay, so

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if we start that, when a husband when he when a man he marries a woman, there are certain hook certain rights that he is due to give to his wife.

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And from those rights is that he houses and gives his wife a place to live.

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Now, however that manifests, and however that is arranged, it can be a personal agreement between them, meaning that sometimes a person says Well, I have my own home with my parents, are you happy to move into this situation? And the wife says, Yes, I have my own room. I have my own place. I'm happy with that. No problem. So that's fulfilled.

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This is based upon what there's a verse in Surah Talaq sort of Talaq is chapter number 65, in the Quran, where Allah subhanaw taala, in verse number six tells the believing men, the Muslim men to to house their wives,

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from what they means is able to do whatever they can do in terms of,

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you know, they're able to look after and you know, house their wives. That's how they should do that. And if it hasn't, Rahim, Allah, the famous scholars of the past, he says that when you How's your wife, this is according to this according to custom, meaning that

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normally, this is how people are housed. And according to her social status, that also has to be taken into consideration. And all of this, no doubt has been discussed before they marry as to what the plan is, okay? You're not suddenly going to surprise

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your wife as this is where we're going to live. It's just like, Well, you didn't say that. These things are they should be asked before marriage. What's the setup?

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So this verse is talking about the right that the wife has over her husband that she has to be housed.

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How that is fulfilled, is then agreed between them. Okay,

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How is it agreed between them? Well, it's up to them. She's entitled to her own space. She's entitled to her own dwelling place. And whatever suggestion whatever the husband or the potential husband can offer her, and she accepts that she accepts it.

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If the husband says, This is what I have, and I'm living my family home, my parents home and this is how they set up is going to be certain cultures, this is the norm for them. But the husband marries that then the wife he marries, they live together, she has her own place to live, and they accept that.

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This is what is agreed.

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Others in other cultures may be that you know that the wife has her own place to live. It's not within his home,

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that he was living with his parents, and then that is set up, should also bear in mind, brother and sisters that

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the mother has a right over her son.

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And that is right, rights never disappear.

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And he gets married. And he has a wife, now he has responsibility towards his wife and his new family. That's responsibility that he has added to his life. This doesn't replace hope this does not replace rights that he had once before with his mother.

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And the perfection and beauty in Al Islam is that the rights that are due to one's mother are never canceled, never substituted.

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Even when a man gets married to somebody

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gets married to his wife.

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To make it explicitly clear when he grows his wife that the rights that is due to her doesn't cancel anything out. Allah is richly handled in his perfect religion. There's all complimentary, these are rights that he still needed needs to fulfill this added responsibility, no doubt, but he needs to fulfill the responsibilities of looking after and serving his mother. And also looking after his,

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his wife. Okay. So these things should be arranged and very clear and understood before the marriage so that when the marriage is conducted, everything is signed, everybody knows where they are, and that they can move forward in Charlotte.

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I hope that answers your question, brother, Baraka Lovick. We have another caller on the line as salaam alaikum. Oh, we can show? Yes, brother. Yeah, I've got a question. When not enough Masjid. What services can you pray on? For example, you don't have to pray on a cot on a mat. Yes, I can I pray on the grass in my garden. Okay, Michelle, good question.

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This is a very good question. It is good question. Why? Because it will relieve some difficulty that some people may feel that there is in when they're offering their prayers.

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So first of all, the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam said Jo, ala T li, l do Machida

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that must you don't want to horror that the earth was made

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as a place of prayer, and also a source or means of purification.

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So this sound, Hadith, the Prophet, this wisdom tells us where we can pray.

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And what we can use the earth for.

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So the earth in its entirety is a place for us to pray. Now, we're not talking about the massage the massage, it's very clear for us, you pray in the masjid.

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So therefore, when we go outside, do I need a mat? If the Earth or what you see apparent is is clean, and that the person will say, Well, I don't know if it's clean. Therefore I need a mat. But we will say the origin of the Earth is that you know, my back garden on the grass. The origin is that it's pure. And that's the starting point. Unless I know otherwise. Okay.

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So the starting point, the origin is that the earth is clean. The earth is pure. The prophets are some said that the earth is made as a place of prayer. You can pray anywhere. There are certain exceptions that the Prophet SAW Selim removed from that, that you don't play. Pray, for example, in a graveyard. You don't pray in the bathroom. You don't pray inside of the pen of a camel for example. Okay? These are places that you should not pray.

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Other than that, you can pray anywhere. You don't need a prayer mat.

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It's not necessary. Now, does that mean that you shouldn't use a prayer mat if you want to use a prayer mat? Because you know, you don't want to put your your face on top of soil or something like that. Although the soil is pure, but you shouldn't put a prayer mat there Lebert that's no problem Shana Taylor. So you're going out in your back garden just praying on the grass. You know, there's nothing I don't have any. There's no impurities on the ground and whatnot. The person say well, maybe

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unless I have certain ill certain knowledge that there is an impurity that I can pray them

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No problem and Charlottetown Okay, so what I said at the beginning is relieves difficulty. Maybe I'm at work I don't have my prayer was pregnant with me. And I found a place in the office and it's carpeted people wear their shoes, no problem. But is there any physical I can see any impurity that? No, there's no impurity of your Salah. No problem Charlottetown. Okay, offer your Salah, because we'll assume that it's pure unless otherwise. Okay, that's the starting point, we'll assume that what is in front of me is pure. Unless otherwise, so it's very good question in Charlottetown and inshallah Tada.

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I hope that answer makes thematically a bit later.

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Okay,

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if someone missed the firt, the first two rocker are the first two units of the congregational prayer. Would he or she recite Surah Fatiha or Surah after 30 her? Well, it's only 30 Her assuming the first two raka in Asia and mockup. Okay.

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So he joined our congregational prayer the first two pasty were let's say for kuzhambu Salah Malaysia. Okay, Russia is for Raka I missed the first two. So the Imam he got he gets up and with the congregation everyone's reciting silently. So you recite

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Surah Al Fatiha now the Imam

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and those who were there from the beginning of the Salah, this is their third raka now it's your first

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because it's the third raka they're only going to recite Surah Fatiha.

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Okay, they're only going to recite Surah Fatiha. So you may not have that much time anyway to recite anything else.

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So what's your first you recite Surah Fatiha, you probably won't have any time to recite another chapter after that. That's not a problem. Okay, no problem, you recite Surah Fatiha, and you.

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You pray that to with the email. Now you've got two remaining.

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You've got two Raka. Two units of prayer remaining. So you will after they make their taslim you will get up and finish the next two. Now.

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Do you consider

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the

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first two that you prayed? Because intent for all intents purposes? That's like our number three is this that you prayed number three and four. And now when you stand up, you need to pray one and two. I mean, this is a little bit detailed.

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But you know maybe from the perspective of a benefit that the scholars differ over this, some scholars have the view that the when you join the press, that's your rocker and that's your number one, even if it's their number three, it's your number one. Okay? So if you're unable to recite another chapter afterwards, no problem that time is gone. The fact that you've got two remaining, you just recite Surah 230. In the witches now you're going to be third and fourth. And then you finish the prayer and that's fine. Others have the view that

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you entered into the prayer at tilaka number three, so you follow the mode of what it is to pray in Holika and number three and four and then when you get up to pray the remaining two

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you would

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pray or recite Fatiha another Surah.

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That was not too confusing to simplify the matter.

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Just to appreciate Subhanallah on these issues that are relevant go into great detail as to how they view these issues.

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Bahasa telomerase, Allah Tala is that the two that remaining you just recite Surah Fatiha and that's sufficient for you. Okay. So when you join the Imam, you recite Surah Fatiha, because that's all he's probably going to do as well. And you won't have time to recite another Surah. So just follow the Imam like this.

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Well, lo Anna.

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Like, next question, my tenants claimed they are full time students to get

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council tax discount. But I think one or two of them are not students. They have certificates to show the council but I don't think they are genuine.

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The Counselor want me to sign a paper confirming the students will I be sinful if I sign it? If I think some of them are lying? Will the sin be on me? I know one of the tenants is in full time work.

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Okay, so it's difficult to answer questions like this to be honest with you because

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you have an assumption, but you don't know.

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I would assume that you go maybe yes, maybe no. You can only go by what you do know if they say that their students, their students, okay. Maybe they work to pay for their studies. I know many people that they work,

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you know, sometimes good amount of hours per week to pay for their university. Okay. They go alongside the university studies. They're working a lot.

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I don't think anybody

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any organization requires you to be

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to do a full investigation on people if somebody brings a different

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gets to you and they give you information what are we what else are you supposed to do? No I'm sorry I need to investigate you to find out the veracity of what you're talking about or what you have is correct or not and if that if this is what they say what they have proof for it okay you go with it

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alone is missed I mean that's what you're responsible for. You know you're not considered sinful that if later on you found out that they weren't want that's not my job to investigate people.

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So if they tell you this, I have proof that you can go along with that would be sufficient inshallah Tada.

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Is it correct to pray for Raka Coppelia and to raka idea for the her Salah in the masjid on Friday. Okay,

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so for Salah Terrell Jumeirah

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salata Juma is prayed at the same time of Salah to the whole and if you pray Juma, you don't pray the whole Juma is a substitute for the whole.

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Now therefore, we say that Joomla is slightly different from the whole

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Joomla is only to raka

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The hood is for Raka Joomla does not have a specified sunnah before like the hoarders the horror has you praying for comedy as you mentioned for comedy meaning prior to the hottie pray for son there is no force or not prior to Jumeirah okay there is no force on prior to drama like Lahore

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after drama there is so now what you can pray to or for which the prophets I said I'm told us about okay.

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If you pray

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so in Juma you know sometimes you hear

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you in the masjid then goes to the masjid they want to pray the praying something you say what did they pray just the two sooner before Joomla there is no stone now specifically before Joomla if you want to pray nothing before Joomla you're entitled to that. That's fine, but there isn't a specific sunnah before Joomla like there is for the whole

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as for after Joomla there has to rocker or for rocker that is specified of the drama, okay?

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You want to pray that in the masjid labrets no problem Charlotte Allah.

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But remembering the general rule that the Sunnah prayers are best prayed at home.

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If after Juma you're going to go straight home. Then you want to pray those Sunnah prayers at home that's better in Chinatown, but if you pray them in the masjid, they have no problem in Charlottetown wala Jota Anna Anna

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is it permissible to eat

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animals that have been slaughtered by non Muslims.

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So a lot of Alcator Allah tells us

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in Surah, Tama ADA that it is permitted for us to eat

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meat that has been slaughtered by a halal Kitab a halal Kitab al Kitab al Yahuwah Nosara the Jews and the Christians

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it is permitted for the Muslim to eat meat that has been slaughtered by the Jews and the Christians.

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Jade, okay. Now

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this is the rule that nobody can change this is in the Quran.

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However,

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there are certain regulations that have to be also fulfilled,

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that when the Jews and the Christians when they are slaughtering their meat, their slaughtering in a particular way,

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if they use guns and electricity to kill the animals, that that's not been slaughtered correctly, that would not be allowed for us to consume that. If it was a Christian

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who would kill that animal if it wasn't slaughtered? According to the practice that we know mean, you know, cutting the throat if you weren't allowing it to bleed out. You're not allowed to eat it has to be done that way. So in a time where we know that

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if the animal has been killed before it's been, you know,

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cut the neck, then that wouldn't be allowed for us. Okay. And Eliza knows best hope that's clear. And we have a call on the line of Santa Monica

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quickly about the Friday prayers that after the alarm

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Yep.

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You know before the hotbar

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Zhan and people offer for record to into Sana It is so nice that so even before the hotbar

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before the Juma prayer Salah so what is that?

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Common practice we've been doing it in the mosque Okay, so let's play by Brandon confused okay.

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And very quickly in this dude, if I've done the

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doors

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whatever I remember five six. Do I have to repeat them again after when the salon finishes?

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or I can add something else or do my own language, etc. So I don't need to repeat them. Do I? Okay. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Sorry. Why are you canceling with another caller? Salam Alaikum.

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Salaam Alaikum?

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Yes, your question please.

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I want to talk to you about my husband one day he is to go out and he's come in late. So his prior service

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and in the process of setting me up to pass a class after price

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comm so I don't know if

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I like your question TVs FDA wants

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to see. Right. Okay, so it's coming home and praying. I'll set off the market. Yeah, he's coming.

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Because he was

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Yeah, yep. Okay. Thank you for your question, sister. Thank you.

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This is

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okay, we got some questions in Sharla. We have a couple of minutes before the end of the show. We'll try my I'll try my best to answer them.

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So the brother mentioned about the the event goes in the masjid with the day of Juma okay, they make it and then everybody gets up and they pray to and to what this is a good question to ask them what they pray what to do think they are praying. If they just pray and just Neville Okay, fine. You're entitled to pray technically like before the football starts. But maybe many of them think that this is like the whole. So before I usually pray for so let me pray for before Juma however, Juma is not the same as the whole there is no for Raka prayed

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before Juma like you would for the hug okay. So just to make to make that very clear inshallah Tada

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in sujood

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do you have to repeat your Torah

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after the sunlight you don't have to repeat it once you've said you're on your solar no probably is no need. If after Salah you want to make dua and your own language and you don't want to repeat what you said in the prayer no problem make dua for what you like Inshallah, to Allah you don't have to repeat anything Charlotte Allah.

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Next question is that your husband comes home

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after market and hasn't paid the assault. I mean, if this was a one off, and he wasn't able to do that, then fair enough. But you have to pay us and it's time, find the masjid or find a clear place that you can offer your Salah and it's time it's not acceptable for you to pray outside constantly all the time. After marketing. That's not a solution. You have to offer the praise in that time.

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We've come to the end of the show brothers sisters, sisters, just like ManorCare for being with us in this particular show. And until we meet again, a ceremony commodify told him about Academy yeah are you

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