Wasim Kempson – Islami QA 27 (07112022)

Wasim Kempson
AI: Summary © In Islamic society, men and women are allowed to marry, but it is not possible to marry anyone from a different faith. Prayer is allowed, but it is not possible for every person. The importance of praying at sunrise is emphasized, and praying at church or church is a source of pride and passion. Prayer is a rule for every prayer, but it is not possible for every person. privacy concerns are discussed, including privacy for pictures, and the importance of not going against the Prophet's wife.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah while early he was habia Jemaine A salaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh Welcome brother and sisters to a new episode of Islamic world Hamdulillah we are here to take your questions, inshallah to Allah to shed some light on any issues that you are not quite sure of. And we're going to be here for the next hour, but isn't it later Allah

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answering your question according to the Quran and the Sunnah. As we're waiting for your questions, inshallah Tada.

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On the way here, last Friday, I was thinking about I made a trip to a masjid in Manchester.

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And it's the first time I visited

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the masjid. And it was

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an absolutely unbelievable, unbelievable experience reminder about when a masjid is functioning in a correct way. And the positive impact that a masjid can have on a community. The brother was explaining to me that this was a part of Manchester, which a good number of years ago, many, many people they moved out of the area, lots of the houses were

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uninhabited, they weren't lived in the area was had received no real if you'd like injection of cash monies and support to redevelop the area. But over a period of time, these houses were being purchased and they were being used and utilized and much of the area that hamdulillah is really now inhabited by Muslims.

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And then in the area the acquired a property which Alhamdulillah is of good sized masjid. And they have programs on a daily basis with Quran madrasa for the children have programs. They have an imam who is engaging with the community who understands the community, and is there with them if you'd like whether he's leading the prayer or delivering lectures after fajr or delivering lectures in the evening, whether it's structured learning, or co authored or just you know, general reminders. And you can see Masha Allah, how that is benefiting the community, and how the small youngsters or small children are there. They're engaged with what's going on. They're there with their parents, their

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fathers. And it really had a very, very beautiful atmosphere. And this is something that I attended just a day trip for me to go to Manchester and come back and even just to deliver a short reminder.

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But it just reminded me of the importance of the establishment of the misogyny in our communities.

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Especially when we are if you'd like in areas where we are considered a minority

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that you don't have a masjid on every second street. Well, maybe you do in some areas in the north, masha Allah, but in London, and in general, you may not have a masjid every other street, or you're not going to hear that event out loud.

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And the presence of Islam is not as you would find in Islamic countries or Muslim countries.

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So therefore, the

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establishment of masajid as a place of prayer, and having people engaged or who are responsible for that masjid, who are forward thinking, who are understand their communities.

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Understand the if you want to call them the output or services that they are required to give, to give to their community before I arrived.

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We had

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something to eat and I was with the brother who

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who collected me from the train station. And then there were two brothers that met us at the place that we ate. And then I lead to really it was informed to me that the brother who came and he was serving us and he was going and he was collecting things. He was the actual

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Director of the entire center.

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And I thought Subhanallah he didn't behave as though he was the inch. He was the move and the shaker. I am the director and my name is Abdullah. He said, My name is Abdullah.

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I was amazed by his humility and his courteous welcome and Chapin Hola. When I said Masha Allah, you are the director of the place and you didn't, you know, inform me of who you weren't that I don't have to inform this is not

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an issue between us, I'm getting to know you as a new brother. And I saw Subhanallah how the Prophet Ira said to Sudan, he would deal with new people,

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and how he was so humble. And this is how we should be Subhanallah in our interactions, and how we should be when, when meeting people that we are humble, and that we are compassionate, and we are at the service of them, he said to me that I am at the service of the people. So this was a beautiful reminder that

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this is one of the blessed things that happens in our communities when you have a functioning masjid, which is not just the doors open for people to come and pray in in the leaf. But people who are responsible caretakers, because the masajid are an endowment for the community that the people that are there,

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their caretakers, they will be here for a little while and then they move on

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while your caretaker in or if that's a word that while you're there as caretakers, you have a responsibility. And you will be questioned about the annual PM. If you see yourself as ahead. If you see that people are happy with the work that you are doing and you're doing good things then you stay then you do your best. If you are not capable, if you're not able to fulfill the responsible responsibility

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of the community or the headquarters go just remove yourself from the situation move on fear Allah subhanaw taala and allow those who have energy, were able to continue to contact and connect with their communities serve their communities, allow Islam to flourish in the area, and you can move on to your to your dunya business or whatever business that you have. May Allah subhanaw taala allow us to establish

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masajid which are beneficial to our communities and allow those who have the necessary knowledge and the necessary Hamas interest and

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excitement and energy to be those who are there to serve our communities mean okay, inshallah. Tada.

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We have some questions that have reached us through the WhatsApp now at Hamdulillah.

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The question here is can can Muslim marry non Muslim?

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Okay, so there's

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covered ways of answering this with regards to

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a man then Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned that it is permitted for the man to marry somebody from a halal Kitab so a man is permitted to marry a Christian or a Jewish woman with certain conditions that she is from, she's a chaste woman. She's practicing her religion then inshallah Talia that is that is permitted.

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As for a mina as for a Muslim, she is permitted to marry a muslim man. Okay, she is not permitted to marry somebody from another faith within the Islamic narrative from the Quran and from the Sunnah on from the Ajmer of what the consensus of the scholars okay and whenever we mentioned such rulings,

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it has to be from evidences from the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And not just for a person to say, this is evidence from Quran and Sunnah because the person may in the year 2000, but we're in 2022 now

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and a person says I have this view and I'm using evidence from Quran and Sunnah.

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And then you say, Okay, this this opinion exist before you. We have Masha Allah, we're now in the Hijiri date 1444 1444 Mashallah. Do we have any,

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any opinion mustard or the opinion that you are carrying, does exist within Islamic scholarship we have mashallah, as I mentioned, many hundreds and hundreds of years of scholarship. And a person says no, this opinion didn't never existed within Islam is my opinion. So for 14 140 years,

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Muslims were unaware of this opinion. We didn't know about this, suddenly that you are, you've been enlightened to have a view which nobody ever knew about to understood. So when we mentioned opinions like this, it's important to make it very clear

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as to where the evidence is coming from and how they understood, okay, how they are understood. So

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With regards to a man is permitted for him Manassa Quran

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with regards to the text of the Quran explicitly he can is permitted for him to marry a chaste Jewish woman or a Christian woman who's adhering to her religion.

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And as for the Muslim ummah, as a female Muslim, she is permitted to marry a muslim and only well Allah to Allah Allah. We have some callers on the line inshallah Tada. So let us take those calls by the color of Salaam Alaikum. Salaam Alaikum Sheikh Salam, not Allah.

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My question is when you do nama Salado FOD Asare Salah in Fajr in the morning and you sit and keep on doing the Quran reading of the Quran until the sunrise

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and then you do salah. Do you have to do only two sellers to raka or you can do more than two

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okay after sunrise doesn't give me any sunrise Okay, thank you sister Sonica

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Masha Allah another color Salam Alikum

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so that when they come next quarter

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Yes sister your question please.

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My question is you know when the soul is taken out of the body and it's shown what is going to go into Dynamo Jana Yeah. So I was also when the body shown there's going to go into Jana and then you know, the bridge the seat off or the Hellfire

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can the decision change on the other side like when you you know people confront you for if you're the money or whatever, whatever.

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Can the decision became there or if you've been shown Jana is that is where you're gonna go? Okay, good question sister. Thank you.

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Okay, shall tell

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me. Okay, so two very good questions, masha Allah.

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So the first question I was just asked that somebody prays Salat al Fajr.

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And they want to make thicker, they stay in their place, and they make remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala until sunrise. Now sunrise,

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as is mentioned,

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is a good practice that a person after selected faded remains in their place, and then does that until sunrise and then decides that they want to pray. Now the time for prayer isn't exactly a sunrise. But actually, if you wait about 10 minutes after sunrise, we can consider the sun has risen the distance of a spear above the horizon. If you're living in populated cities and things like that, you're not going to see the sun come up above the horizon and how that has risen the the distance of a spear, we're just not going to simply see that okay, so then what you can do quite simply, is if you wait at least 10 minutes after sunrise, if you see your prayer time tables, you

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say at the time for sunrise, wait 10 minutes, and then you should pray.

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After this time, it is permitted for you to pray it's an allowed time to pray nephila.

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what I would say is that it is an established practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam to pray at Luhan, the mid morning prayer.

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So not too many iterations concerning the follow of the virtue of it from it,

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if you like is that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us that there is every single day that there is an amount of sadaqa that is due according to the number of bones and limbs that we have.

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And if you imagine how many bones in your body and how many times you're going to give sadaqa what is equal to that? What suffice is that is you praying to Urraca aloha is you praying the prayer in the morning? Now although her prayer is either 246 or eight rocket art and they're prayed in twos, okay. Now this prayer,

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because somebody was this salata Shorrock or is this a lot of Doha? Now, Ashok is usually a name that is given to that what you would pray immediately or if you like that sunrise, waiting 10 minutes, but it has the same classification in general as above the hopper, okay, the hopper is the will the same or selected or been as sometimes called as well, all these terms of the hopper, a lot of our being or the Surelock were essentially is the same, although it has different

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some testimony at or different

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names are given to it essentially does the same prayer that was offered in the morning, okay. And how many raka as you mentioned, well if your as your intention is that you want to pray that we'll have prayer, you can pray two or four or six or eight. If you just want to offer nephila yourself like salata, Totowa then it's up to you, you can pay as many or as little as you like,

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if I can mention a side issue to that, that

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There is a Hadith has said about the dilemma that it is many of the relevant or some of the elements that is Hadith and has said that whoever

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prays in the gym or whoever prays in the congregation or prayer and stays in their place and mentioning Allah subhanaw taala or avoiding dunya took and does the until sunrise and then praise to raka then the person will have the reward of a hedge. Okay. This is one of the conditions of that one item is that it is done in the congregational prayer in the masjid. Okay and it is not applicable at home. It's not applicable if you pray that at home, reward inshallah if you pray and Salah to Gemma in the masjid will love to earn.

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Now, the sister didn't mentioned the second question though, is that

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it is mentioned in the hadith of Anessa Radiolarian, who has a long Hadith where it talks about the journey of the soul.

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And in the long Hadith you find that when the soul the believing soul disbelieving soul, when it is taken from the body is taken up to the heavens and then is returned to the body and when it's placed into the grave to destroy and it's placed at the hellfire, it is shown their place and the journey inshallah to Allah in the end.

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Does after this, is it possible the decision will be changed? Meaning that what is shown to them at that time. If it is a novel I will Jana May Allah subhanaw taala make us from the people of Jana Allahumma. Amin is Could it be the decision that you know, let's say they were destined for the hellfire, they were shown to them this is your going to be your destination.

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Because the believer as we know,

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or rather, in general in the grave, because there was an existence and there was a life in the grave is called the Hayato in Brasilia, the life of the grave, which is not like the life of this life, where we can hear and we can speak as we are talking now in this dunya it's a completely different existence. But nonetheless, as the prophet RSM and other aerations mentioned about the person's place in the Paradise inshallah has shown to them every day, there's a reward for the person in the grave as well as there could be a punishment of the grave. And we know that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would frequently at the end of the Salah, seek refuge in Allah Jalla wa Ala, from the

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punishment of the grief, seek protection from Allah subhanaw taala

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protection in the lives of Jenna from the punishment of the wave.

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Now, if a person was shown as their destination as the fire made, when it comes to, if it comes to the part where they're

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over going over the slot, that they're somehow going to be a little bit skillful, you know a little bit

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they're strong and they're forced that there'll be to get over and deny what was written for them then know the decision will be made for them once you have died, okay, that your actions over except from three as as mentioned in the will know, Hadith, however, whatever is shown to you is shown to you.

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And then after that whatever Allah has written has decreed for you. We'll be doing it for you. Well

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we have another caller on the line salaam aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah.

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Thank you very much for your very educational and helpful answers. I have got one question about combining up the pair. I want to know how many times I can combine

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every day or every other day or or two, three times a week. I want to know that please. Do you have a reason for joining your process? Yes, because I'm a very old person. And in the afternoon, I was very tired and I tried out for some time fall asleep. Okay. So I just wanted to when I'm tired, I combined but if it is very convenient and helpful for me Sure. If I combine your okay. Okay, sister, may Allah bless you.

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Okay, just like any further further question, I asked her last month that I bless our sister to give her continue along life with good actions Allahumma Amin. So the issue of combining masala combining the prayer is something which is important for us to understand as Muslims because we'll start from the origin the origin is what in Lasala, Taka Anatolian want me Nina Kitab and milk water a lot of adequate Allah says in the Quran that the prayers were established upon the believers at specific times.

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Number two, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in various Hadith told us that that there are a solid wattle humps there are five prayers and the angel Jibreel Allah SLM on two different days, came to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and prayed the Salawat or five prayers in the earliest time and then the second day, prayed them at their latest time, therefore to distinguish

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The beginning and the end time of all five prayers. So the five prayers which are five prayers have distinct times, forget of the harasser Mother Nature.

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There are exceptions to the rule when a person is in a more difficult situation

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and praying those prayers separately, and at that length may bring about some difficulty. For this reason, it is legislated that when a person is traveling, okay, that

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according to some aroma, they are permitted to shorten the prayer, they can shorten it that they pray in their own time, but they can shorten it and another view that they can shorten it and they can join it. Okay, these are two valid opinions between the schools of thought.

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So there is some exception to the rule. If a person is a traveler, okay.

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Even when you are during Ramadan, if you're a traveler, you can fast or you can make the fast up later. So traveling is an example or a reason for joining and shortening your prayer.

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There's the second issue the third issue, which

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now I kind of going a little bit longer on the answer because I know it applies to us or many Muslims now because we're in the winter months now. The prayers are very, very close together. And I'm working and I'm doing so many things and I know this sister mentioned her particular situation, but this inshallah I'm hoping the answer will benefit others as well. So I've mentioned to the third one is that there's a narration of an abbess. Abdullah ibn Abbas, the young cousin, the companion of the Prophet Elesa said that he said that the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam joined between Aloha Nasser

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joined between the prayers when there was no rain when there was no travel. Okay, there was no exceptional circumstance to

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to join the prayer, but he did that why to show that there was some ease and make it easier for his ummah. Okay to make it easier for the Ummah what is the understanding concerning this? Does it mean that okay Masha Allah

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feeling as though I just want to join my prayer because it's easier for me you know, if I wait the two situations me praying for her at 12 o'clock and asked her at three o'clock okay, that's that's two times my I may have to make good or there's two times I've got to get up at separate times and pray. If I can just pray two of them in one go. That's easier for me. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam joined his prayers because it was easier. So therefore every day Masha Allah, I'm joining my Salawat every day I'm joining my god, NASA and Masha Allah is all good. Was this what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did? Did the Prophet salallahu Salam on a daily basis? Join Salawat? Did he do it

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four or five, six times a week? No, he did not. He did not do that. Therefore, we look number one at the practice of the Prophet eraser to set them and also how the aroma have formed the time of the companions and those who came after them with righteousness, how they understood this,

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that there may be a reason to join the prayer on an off occasion, or one off occasion, due to a difficulty, where, let's say I have an exam, okay, and I don't have permission to leave the exam. My exam starts, I don't know, before the hook, okay, and it starts at 11am. And it finishes but 2am or 2am, two in the afternoon 2pm have a hard time we'll be gone. I don't have what can I do? Can I pray Lord, before it's time? No, of course you can't. In a situation like this, we have absolutely no other choice. Or there is a person who's a doctor is more than a doctor, right? He's a surgeon. And they have an operation and it takes a long time and money but in situations like this, you can join

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your press, we can agree on no problem. Okay, that's a valid excuse. Okay, if a person is extremely ill, and then getting up twice or thrice or even three, it goes in the wintertime. You are

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feel like praying four times within a very short time is difficult. Russia, we're coming to a break at the moment. And so what I'm going to do now is an Ironman, although I haven't finished the answer. I want to take this caller and Charlotte Taylor and then after the break, I'll continue answering this the prayer issue and then we'll take the callers answer the question in Charlotte so I'll take the call now before we go into the week. Salam Alaikum

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the logo to go to ship yes and handled

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and handled. I just want to ask a chef for example like now it's time

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I'm at home I'm watching was lunch and

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salad time is it okay to wait until the program's finish them and go through pray? Is there gonna be is that okay? Okay.

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Thank you, sir. Yeah,

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way okay

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so we've got a very short time what I would recommend to you is that during the break, okay, you can call them phrase or whatever, that's enough time for you maybe it's not, but we finish around

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before one o'clock, which is a good amount of time before salata acid

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so if you wanted to prove the hot after the program finished

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I don't see a problem in that it's still the hotter time so

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that's not a problem mashallah towel if you wish to do that, the important thing is that you pray the Salah within its time and even

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when we move a month's time when asset is getting earlier according to the view which solid asset starts a little bit early, I know there's another view which I'll have slots a lot of time but in the earlier time when I think slotted also comes in around

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130 or 125 or something like this really early on as early as it gets

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if it gets over him that you press a lot of the hot within its time the knowledge there's no problem doing that inshallah Tada Okay, it's good to be aware that on especially issues like this, well I'm busy doing something I want to finish that and then I go for my prayer. And then you find all the prayer for the time for prayers finished that's don't do that. So you did the right thing system here last month I bless you in wanting to know what's allowed for you. And as long as you offer that Salah within its time, okay? It's not so you're wasting your time. You are inshallah watching an Islamic program which is of benefit. You're learning your deen so offering the watching the program

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then if you want to pray after that within the prayer time, then that's fine inshallah. Tada. So we've come to the end of this particular part of the show. We have, of course, the other side of the break we have, we're going to complete the questions, and I will continue to answer the issue of shortening the prayer but isn't any tighter so please stay with us. Baraka lofi Salam, Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Welcome back brothers and sisters to the second part of Islamic law where we're going to continue Charlotte Allah to take your questions. There's a few remaining questions we had just before the break. We also have a caller on the line which will take now in Charlottetown before we continue answering the question, so Salam Alikum

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Yes, brother. Yeah, my kids are non Muslim school. Yes. School takes professional photos of them or the class. Is there any benefit buying the photos?

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In what sense? Because you can't display them on the wall. Can you Right, right. Yeah, I understand your point now. Okay. Yeah, thanks for the

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next caller Solomonic We have another caller Mashallah.

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Welcome salaam wa Rahmatullah.

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Brother I needed to ask regarding Prophet

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Why did Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu didn't allow me to marry second wife during his life time when he wanted to marry? Maybe Abu Dhabi. So the people who actually criticize on Islam allowing for marriages, they usually give this point that's why it is that then Socrates himself, didn't allow me to bury in other files.

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Why why did he allow his daughter for example, you said to Mary 14

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Like you know, there's a whole like no narration that has an ally wanted to marry a daughter of a Bucha * yeah, okay. Okay. Yes. We don't have started yet. Yeah. So your question is did not allow early to marry Abuja, his daughter, right? Correct. Well, we'll answer the question at this point that why didn't the Prophet allow that early because he is word for like, you know, I can't allow you to hurt BB. Okay. Okay. Yeah, yeah, Baraka Luffy sister.

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Okay, Mashallah. Very, some good questions.

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with about 10 minutes for the sisters, in this time, we'll try to complete all your questions inshallah. Tada. So I was talking about the joining of the press. I answered the majority part of it just before the break. There's just one part remaining.

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The sister

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asked regarding

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joining the pres. And when am I allowed to do that? That's what I'll jump to jump into now. Shana Tyler. What I would say sister is because this is if you'd like a daily issue for you. In that you said around you know, in the afternoon, it's

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you fall asleep, you get tired and things like that males want to preserve you protect you.

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A solution for that in Chinatown is

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instead of you just joining the press every single day, which is you fall in

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into an issue if you're doing it every single day without

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you know, an exceptional circumstance, if you like, I would say that if you wanted to delay, so a lot of the hurt

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until just before us or pray, okay.

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Or if you wanted to, for example, he probably bought in his earliest time, and you wanted to delay us a little bit, so there's a bit of a gap,

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then that would be a solution. Okay, so a couple of things you can do there, you can delay the whole, until it's last time, maybe 10 minutes before ourselves. And so therefore you pray the heart, and pretty much when you've prayed the heart, also, time comes in, and then you can pray us out, and then you've prayed the two of the prayers in their time, in a very short space of time. Okay, that would be one solution. Or if you wanted to, you prayed the heart, in its earliest time, as soon as it came in, you prayed the hot, and then you felt you needed to take a rest for, you know, two or three hours if you'd like. however long that is couple of hours. And you delayed us or for that

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particular day, with as long as it was prayed before.

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Maghrib then that's fine. Insha Allah Tala. But as for the issue of kind of joining the prayers every day, in this manner, this wasn't the practice of the Prophet alayhi salam nor was it understood to be to be like that, because eventually then you end up praying, what, maybe three times a day, which you know, runs into issues. So these are two possible solutions for your system. May Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for you alone? I mean, robotica Lovick.

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Next question concerning photographs, brother asked about

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is there any purpose of buying photographs

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when we are not going to hang them up because we were not permitted to hang up photographs around the house like this?

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The issue of photos okay, this is one thing that if you wish to have photos with military might have given permission to this photo, it is allowed to have them with some conditions, obviously not going to hang them up.

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But if you want to keep it for, for keepsake you have like an album or something like that, then okay, that's fine.

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There are, as you mentioned, professional photographers who come and take the pictures, if you think that you don't really need those pictures, or they might be in their school uniform, and they look mashallah very nice mousepad, to protect them. But then maybe you want to take your own pictures on your devices. So you have like a soft copy. And you can preserve the memory in that way.

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So it's really up to you.

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Whether you decided that if you want to purchase it, it's up to you.

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Bearing in mind that it's how you will benefit from it. It may be in an album and the album is put away in and if every now and again, you want to bring it out. But again, you have the same

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outcome. If you have it on your device, maybe there's a different field, you've got the physical photograph, and then you have it on your device

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has a different feel about it. But in the end, you know it's a memory and it depends how you want to preserve that Chinato Allah may Allah Subhan Allah knows best.

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We have another caller on the line is Salam aleikum.

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Wa, your question, please. My bacon is my time got autism? Yes.

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I want to be a side Santora for that it will be recover and healthy.

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Okay, sister, may Allah bless you.

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Okay, going back to the we have some WhatsApps. We'll go through quite quickly in Charlottetown. But the coolest is the as we mentioned previously, that

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will prioritize those. So with regard to attack, and that is within Islamic law, the permission of a man marrying more than one wife in Islamic law

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that we know that Allah subhanaw taala mentions at the very beginning of Surah, Nisa from get home out while Bella come in and invest in our solar so whatever, that Allah Allah Allah tells us that a man is permitted to marry Masana to Solas, three or four, for UNICEF to mulata I do that if you fear that you will not be just in fear, then you just marry one. Okay. So this is

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what a lot of Okta Allah mentions regarding

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Polygamy In, in the Quran.

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We know that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam married more than one we know that this was the practice of the Sahaba and the generations and it's within Islamic clause and enshrined in Islamic law. Okay, it's not something that has been abrogated or changed or is under or you can only do under specific circumstances. I mean, it's quite clear on that matter, now did the Prophet

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So to Salem, as we know they had one of his daughters of El tema are they allowed her and her married Halliburton avatar lib, Radi Allahu Anhu. Now, there was an intention that the earlier of the law and he was going to marry somebody else did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam make it haram did he prohibit the holly a lot the Allahu Anhu from marrying other than faulty Mahara Dylan at this time No, he did not. He did not go against did not go against

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what the Quran had legislated. Okay, so therefore, this was

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something was recommended at that time now as we know that faulty model do outline her. She passed away six months after

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam passed away, and audiology, Ronnie, he did remarry. And he had

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a number of lives. But this is something that happened during the time of the Prophet salaries him he didn't prohibit him by the way, he did not prohibit him like that distinctly clear.

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another a good a good setup. And this was the reason and it was not a prohibition. Well Lahu to Allah, Allah. May Allah bless you. We have a caller on the line. Hello, Malika.

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Yes, brother.

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So, basically, I have a question.

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Are we going to Anwar and I'll be wearing my firearm, either on the plane or here from London. So my question is, is that I will be arriving there to make very late at three o'clock in the morning with my family. And is it possible that I can sleep? Take off my alarm and then wear it again and then do my armor the next day? Or do I have to do at the same time I arrived? Where's your flight going from and and going to so my flight is taken off from London to Jeddah and from gender I'll be arriving direct flight from from London to Judah. Actually, no, he's going to Turkey. Okay, finding out from Turkey is going to jet. So I'll be arriving at after midnight. Okay. And then I'll be making my way

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to Marcus. I'll be arriving on three o'clock in the morning. Okay, Charlotte, Allah, may Allah bless you, but I'll answer that question in Charlotte before the end of the show. Just

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like sound

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bite. So then we're done the question, the sister called and said that her child has been diagnosed with autism

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is there a sorter that can be recited to kill him? So Well, what I'd say first and foremost, sister that if like any child has any

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mental health needs or health issues, that you seek professional help, and there's a lot in place to ensure doTERRA that can be put in place to help you and and your child.

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Other than that, you ask Allah subhanaw taala there is no one specific Surah Yeah, okay. So when someone's gonna say to you read disorder, it's gonna kill your child. This isn't it doesn't work like this sister. If you want to recite over your child, you want to do the, the rakia, for example, kulula who had colorblindness cloudlibrary falak Fela calmness okay, then you can do that over your child as a normal practice. But make sure that you are doing everything you can to get support to help your child in Chinatown okay, my eldest Fanta Mickey's even bless you, sister. Next question concerning the camera. That brother you are required to enter a haram before you pass them apart

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before you pass them in court. So if you're going to Turkey, and then Turkey, you're going to come down to Judah. Before you enter the Makati. It may be that you have to pass when you're close to Medina, you pass over the Makati. You enter your haram before you're gonna wear the clothes from London or from Istanbul wherever you're flying from. You can wear the clothing but your intention is made before you pass them a clot. When you arrive in Jeddah and then you take whatever means to

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Makkah, you stay in your haram clothes but you can't just go into other clothes. If you want to stand your haram clothes rest and then perform the armor the next day. That's fine Inshallah, but you wouldn't hurt me with clothes. We've come to the end of the show brothers had to squeeze those questions in mirrorless pronto. Vescio barnacle off ECAM Mr. lamonica Marama Toyota cattle Yeah, are you

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