Islami QA 33 (19012023)

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Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Ashrafi Lumbee he will say did more saline Nabina Muhammad and while early he was heard be here, in All praise belongs to Allah made a peace and blessings of Allah subhanaw taala be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, my dear brothers and sisters and viewers at home as Salam Alikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh I ask Allah subhana wa Allah to bless you all, to go on to the best of this life and hereafter and to grant us thibert To be remain steadfast upon this beautiful deen of Allah SLM Allahumma Amin.

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Welcome brothers and sisters, this is your opportunity in shadow to Allah to put your questions to the channel, where I will try my best inshallah to Allah to answer those questions for you. There's a couple of ways that you can do that. But if any later Allah, there is a telephone number which you can call which is appearing at the bottom of your screen, where you can call us directly here into the studio. And I'll prioritize prioritize those particular calls in answering your questions. And Sharlto there's also the option of you putting your questions to the WhatsApp

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if you save them into your phone, and then you open up the application, and you put your question to that particular number which is again at the bottom of your screen, this will come to us in sha Allah Tada and this will be sent here on this particular device. And I will again, I will try my very best to answer those questions based on your later item. So as you are

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rushing to call us and as you are rushing to put your questions down in your whatsapp and sending them to us why that's happening and shadow to Allah just wanted to

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share something with you that is

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been on my mind actually and on many people's minds in terms of observing

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the situation.

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As you probably will know, unless you've been living in a hidden cave somewhere that there was the World Cup final yesterday and that Argentina won the World Cup, but not to focus necessarily on

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who was the best team and why they won. I think that because it is a spectacle that is broadcast around the entire world. And it is somewhat

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an experience or theater experience. There is so much to take from but before I share those particular thoughts, let us take our first call. May Allah Subhana Allah bless you As Salam Alikum cola. Wellington Salam wa Rahmatullah. Yes. Nice to see you on TV again as the new few years ago, you know, on Islam channel and you just disappeared, so to speak, and nice to see you back.

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Yeah, what is the sheriff? I've got family in South Africa in Cape Town. And what they do now because I'm in constant contact with them, as they say, Inshallah, I mean, the two together, which I was brought up, it's separate, Inshallah, to one thing, and to our for allowing me to pull from a lab you want to,

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I mean, you know, like the end of Surah Fatiha. I mean, can you just explain that to me? Are they right to do that? Anyway? It's a new thing. It never used to be like that. But it's a new thing all of a sudden, come up with this. Good, man. May Allah bless you with a Christmas. I mean,

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well, yeah.

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Okay.

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So I think it's important for us that whenever we use phrases or sentences, which we may or times may not understand to, to understand what the intended meaning behind that is. And as a Muslim, when we're talking about events or things that are happening, or have yet to happen to things in the future, there's no guarantee for that. So I'll meet you later. And we don't take that as a given. So therefore, we say insha Allah insha Allah if you want to translate this, if Allah wills okay, God willing, this happens, oh, God willing,

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that will happen. Okay, I'll meet you, God willing. So from this perspective, when we're talking about things in the future, we mentioned Allah's Name, and we hope that thing to occur for it to happen. So therefore we say, Inshallah, God willing, okay, now, this isn't a DUA. This isn't a dua within itself. If you say that, you want something to happen, I want to meet you or whatever the case may be.

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You therefore, you just say God willing, now, their statement insha Allah mean? Well, I mean, because we've now explained what the word insha Allah means. Now Amin is a phrase that is we say off the sort of refer to her. Now we say mean in our own prayer,

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after sort of refer to Hawaii

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Because within Surah Al Fatiha there is a there was a drought that we are making. So when we ask Allah subhanaw taala and we say Dino surat al Masdar clean and Allah guide us to the straight path this is the request it's a lot of so therefore when we ask Allah subhanaw taala for something to grant us something that we say at the end and mean Okay, so when you put these two together now because the word mean means what Oh ALLAH answer but a lot a lot Hamas digit Allah Hamas digit Oh ALLAH answer that but my request is when you put them together in sha Allah Amin, you will find that there is two things that are mixed, put together, which there seems to be something missing. There

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is something missing. Why? Because you have what are you requesting? On the one hand, so I will see you later in sha Allah. Okay, I'll see you later, God willing. Now, unless your intention is that, Oh Allah make this happen. Okay, your intention is that you haven't said it possibly. Oh, Allah allow this to happen. Oh, Allah bless this gathering that when we meet, we want this to be a blessing gathering or whatever the case may be, then you say I mean, then that would have that would make sense somewhat. But you know, people just saying, oh, insha Allah. I mean,

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what is it that you've asked for? If the person says, Well, I'm asking for this meeting to happen? Well, yeah, but why are you saying I mean, I mean, you've said Insha Allah, which is, you know, necessary, it was good for us to say we don't take anything for granted. So putting these phrases together, it seems that there's something missing or they may have misunderstood what the intended meaning is, by both of them saying, insha Allah with regards to things in the future? Yes, we should say that. Absolutely. Okay.

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As we find, as mentioned, Surah teleca person reads that carefully. Okay. Secondly, with regards to mean,

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we say that when we've made a drought, so you might politely want to explain to them because you said previously that they people never used to say this,

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maybe because they understood why and now because one person said it, they didn't possibly understand why and then the next person it was said to didn't understand it. So they took it on his own and this is how these things spread. So how to educate people just explain to them these are the meanings of these phrases and just putting them together insha Allah mean

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may not be necessarily from a meaning perspective appropriate, may not be correct. We don't have that rebuking them and start you know, coming down hard on it, but just simply explain to them the meanings of these two phrases. So that insha Allah Allah when they are said, They are said and used with the correct meaning, and Allah subhanaw taala and his best

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Oh Masha, Allah, we have another caller on the line Salaam Alaikum.

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Salaam Alaikum salam ship how are you? Yes, I'm very welcome delivery.

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Oh, my name I'm calling from Scotland. Glasgow. Yes, Martha welcome now Glasgow part of UK well it depends what side of the fence you're on

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but go ahead this may Lebanon we went we know what side you're on. Okay, that's it have one question here. Yeah. Relative the same topic. You're talking about that one.

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When you finish Quran and they will say sort of Allah hula hobby. Some people they add something they allow them and a set of rasuluh Nabil Karim

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to allow to do like this. Right. Okay. Good question. This is my question chef. Zach. Hola. Hey, Nikki.

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Okay, Michelle.

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Okay, so there was asking that on occasions when a person recites Quran there's maybe a slight when they finished there's a slight pause and then they say so duck, Allahu La the.

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Now first and foremost, what does this mean? So duck Hola. Hola. Aldine. sadhaka means like, what is said in truth.

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So what has been recited has been said by Allah the Most High is absolute truth. Okay, if you want to translate it like this,

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that Allah has spoken, and said the absolute truth the Almighty.

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Should we say this? I will of course, you know, there are verses and also that Allah say Allah has said the truth. This is in the Quran while you are reciting. Now, after reciting Quran, practice with many people that when they finished reciting, they say sadaqa Hello, then

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the scholars have different views on whether you say it or you don't say it, okay.

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It's not necessarily a practice that was done in from early generations, but it's something that people practice later.

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If one didn't do it, you wouldn't say okay, you've you've done something.

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off site if you did say it. You say you've done an absolute What is this an innovation is taking you to do misguidance and so on and so forth. And let's not go that far. Allah knows best but

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But, in essence, once you've recited the Quran, what has been recited is the absolute truth. Yes. But in this edition of wasa dakara, Sunil Karim, and what the messenger has said, is an absolute truth. Well, this is completely separate from that what has been recited as a Quran?

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Because you want to translate what certificado Sunil Kareem, that and what the Prophet Muhammad so I tell him I said, the Honorable Prophet Elijah, Simon said is in truth. Well, this is not the speech of the messenger salAllahu alayhi salam, which may cause confusion, as though there is a mix

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between the Quran saying this is from Allah and this is from the messenger Allah says salam, the Quran entirely is from a lot of Article Taylor and it's not the speech of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam so I think statements like this should absolutely be avoided. You should not say things like they're causing confusion, that's the first thing not that many Muslims may think this but who knows how people will take it and it becomes a practice. So the caller Hello Z Masataka rasool Allah Karim after reciting Quran becomes his practice as to this is the norm and we should avoid things like that. So therefore, with regards to adding this and what the Noble Messenger has recited as the

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absolute truth, this is something should be not said.

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In attachment to what has been recited from the Quran okay should be absolutely avoided okay.

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No doubt

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what the Prophet sallallahu is alone what was revealed to him when they interpret and in our in our in our he knew

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that a lot of adequate Allah mentions that what the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam speaks is not from himself, but rather is a revelation that is given to him. So as sunnah, the

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Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim is divine, it is from Allah subhanaw taala divinely inspired.

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But these phrases when reciting and completing the Quran is on the surface. You should not say these things, especially the

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sadhaka Rasulullah Kareem you should not say things like that. And Allah Subhan Allah knows best. We have another caller on the line. Salam aleikum.

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Hello salaam salaam wa Rahmatullah. Yes, Bella.

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My grandmother has passed the LEA pianist League and she has missed her praise over the last few years. How do we compensate for this?

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Okay, may loss fans have mercy upon her brother I'll answer this question Charlotte Allah may Allah azza wa jal bless you for your question.

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Okay, so

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when somebody Muslim passes away,

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we know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us there might've been Adam if the son or the daughters of Adam, in Katama, to eliminate Salah that their actions come to an end except for three

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or South Dakota and South Dakota and giardia, a continuous charity, our L moon in traffic will be her or any animal Yeah, and it will be here that knowledge which is benefited from with others, by others. Oh, well it in solid Kenya, their hula hoop or a pious child doesn't have to be a child. But you know, pious relative makes a supplication for them. So that Muslim who's passed away,

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can't do anything for themselves anymore. While Lisa Lillian son, Illa Messiah, that, that the person or the human being will only have what they put forth.

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So it's incumbent upon us Sharla to Allah, as relatives for that deceased, to make dua for them to supplicate for them, maybe to set up a charity for them. So that they inshallah to Allah can benefit in their grave from the goodness that is set up after their death, if they had shortcomings, whatever their shortcomings were, then we ask Allah subhanaw taala to forgive them, to overlook them, to have mercy upon them. And this is what we should be asking Allah subhanaw taala for.

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So, you know, any human any Muslim that dies will have shortcomings. If they were had shortcomings in the A Baghdad in their worship, then you know, we ask Allah to forgive them, have mercy upon them, and so on. This is the constant, that you should be asking Allah subhanaw taala for them rather. And if there's other things that you can do for them set up a continuous charity we also know is permitted that you can perform on Ramadan on their behalf, or perform hajj on their behalf because there are no source there are texts which support this there's evidence to support these actions on behalf of the deceased. So therefore,

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that particular you know, beloved relative who passed away or asked allows you to have mercy upon them had some shortcomings with maybe their prayer alone was down. We ask Allah azza wa jal to forgive them. We ask Allah to forgive them. And any person as any Muslim that dies will have shortcomings. So we make dua for them. This is extremely important. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best.

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There's a couple of questions we have in sha Allah Tala, regarding from the WhatsApp

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is how to pray when traveling. So if a person

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A is has the routing of a traveler, meaning they go beyond a certain distance according to the majority of scholars and the question is okay, what is that distance? The distance is and alone is best 49 miles from the edge of your city, not from your home, from the edge of your city. So you can consider the edge of your city, let's say the 25 around around London, okay, anything beyond that 49 miles. If you're traveling beyond that 49 Miles permission that you'll be considered to travel. What do you do? Well, it is permitted for you to shorten your prayers. So those prayers which are for rocket I've become to America. Okay, except salaat and Margaret remains three. And so little fidgety

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remains to sow the harasser and Aisha operators to. So you're allowed to shorten your press. And according to the majority of the scholars, you're also permitted to join them. So you can pray Lahore with acid and you can pray Salat and mockery with Russia. If you follow the other school of thought that you should pray the prayers in their time is about short term. This is of course another valid opinion amongst scholars. So there are two approaches in how you're going to offer your prayers while a traveler and I guess these are the most important rulings for us to bear in mind when we are traveling. So we've come to the end of the first part brothers and sisters please

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join us after the break inshallah Tada where we will continue to take your questions. barnacle off you come, Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Yeah, are you

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Oh, LTE. Oh Lord, our LT O

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M remian.