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AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of learning the Prophet Muhammad's name and respecting his teachings for a better understanding of his teachings. They stress the importance of maximizing the user's body to achieve goals and stress the importance of setting up partners with Allah subhanaw taala. They also discuss the need for individuals to relay information and make decisions based on their own values, particularly in regards to avoiding negative behavior. The speakers stress the importance of following laws and respecting family members' privacy, and emphasize the need for a quick fire q q mat session.
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Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa Salam o Barkada Abdullah SULI Killa Nene wider early he will be here Marian. All praise belongs to Allah AMITA peace and blessings of Allah, Allah Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh My dear brothers and sisters and views at home, and welcome to a new episode of Islamic where Allah subhanaw taala has given us the opportunity to share benefit and increase our knowledge in a way that you have the opportunity of calling us and posting or giving us your question. And I will try my very best in Sharla to answer that if you don't have access to a

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direct phone number here in the studio Hill, we have another way once put into question to us, you have the WhatsApp version on the WhatsApp way of putting the question to us and both of those numbers are appearing at the bottom of your screen.

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So just as we always do, Inshallah, tada we start in the name of Allah subhanaw taala, sending salutations upon the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And as we are waiting for your calls as we are waiting for your questions to come through on the WhatsApp, I just wanted to

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mention a beautiful Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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where the meaning is that none of you will truly believe until I become more beloved to them than their parents than their children, and all of mankind. This is an authentic hadith mentioned in the books of sahih.

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So this particular Hadith, the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said that our Eman will not be complete. Our Eman will not be complete until we love the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam more than our parents and we know the standing of our parents in our lives. In fact, a lot of antiquity Allah has commanded us immediately after commanding us to worship him, Allah subhanaw taala alone, then to be good to our parents were called out a book on taboo in a year will be the only thing

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that you're the Allah Allah Allah has decreed that you worship Him alone, and that you are good to your parents. So we know the status of parents in Islam. However, Subhan Allah, Allah to Baraka Allah mentioned that the status of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is of standing in our lives, that we should love him more than anybody. Now what does that actually mean loving him more than anybody Subhanallah meaning that whatever the Prophet salallahu alayhi salam chose to do from his life, which is part of the sadhana we will prefer that over our own choices. We will fulfill His commandments, and stay away from his prohibitions. And this is our

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showing that we love the prophets Allah is more than what our own selves may desire or May, what we want from ourselves. So this is one part and maybe the next question is, how do we then develop a love? And how do we increase our love for the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that would be if you like, simply to study his life. And when studying the life of the prophet muhammad sallallahu sallam, you are studying the story of Al Islam, from the beginning time when the Prophet sallallahu sallam was born Subhan Allah, up until he received the revelation at the age of 40.

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And then after that, the 23 or so years period where he erased her to Sudan was receiving revelation from Allah subhanaw taala. And likewise, the Prophet alayhi wa sallam was dealing with so many different incidents and circumstances and

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things that he or Islam showed us guidance in that and demonstrating and fulfilling that we as we know that Allah subhanaw taala tells us that he was a mercy to mankind woman of southern Africa in level of maternal Alameen we did not send you accept as a mercy to mankind. So studying the life of the prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is

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a great and amazing way of increasing our love for the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam. And this is the first point I wanted to mention at the beginning of the show. We have one caller on the line Charlotte Allah said America can shake Yes, but I got one question.

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So when you bow down for Roku, what happens if your back isn't straight isn't horizontal to the ground? Should you maybe do exercise or lose try to lose weight?

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Perfect the right bowling. Sure Good question. Mashallah. Okay, let's have another call on the line of sight.

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Monica. Monica Salam, welcome to Chef.

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Chef, I want to

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just ask you something regarding the grinder cutting.

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And it's just not particularly targeting you as a shape. Much. We're here to answer a question, Michelle, on your show. I'm assuming next year is a grant, actually.

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Okay. Okay, so this is what I wanted to understand what book is there is a grant, should it be there as a prop? Yeah, it's Heidi's book actually. Okay, just to clarify.

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The ability to read and understand that, I mean, Monica, thank you for that. Thank you.

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Okay,

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so I think we answered the question from the brothers are the second call.

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But maybe just to add on to that, that, yes. The Quran is it permitted to use as as a prop

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no doubt us respecting the Quran is manifested in shown in different ways.

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And that is the objective to respect to the Quran. To love the Quran means to read it, to act on it, and to ponder over it, to memorize it to read it so many this whole if you'd like comes under the umbrella of, of loving and respecting the Quran. And anything that would, if you like, be contrary to that will go against that to disrespect the Quran?

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And maybe the question is, okay, using the Quran as a prop, where, you know, we put in a studio we use like plants, or we use other things as props.

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Which

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you might say, Well, are we using Quran in such a demeaning?

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You like fashion?

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I guess, if you look at it, is this

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how people would is this obviously is not the intention is not intended. And I don't think necessarily even comes across as that we're just simply using it as a property as a reminder to the people, that maybe what is being spoken about. Even when I've seen sometimes lectures, when a person is giving a lecture that they hold the most having their hand, and they remind their people, I mean, if all intensive purposes, I'm using this as a prop as well, but it is a reminder to the people as well. So I guess it really depends how it appears in front of the screen or how its utilized. But no doubt, it's a subtle point is good point to mention, when we ask a loss palletize allows to be for

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those people who love and respect to Quran and fulfill its commands a lot of money.

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The next question, or whether the question before actually was concerning, would record

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the bowing position while in Salah.

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And while we are

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in, in record or Institute, that there is a particular way that we will perform that action.

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So while we institute there are seven parts of our body that are on the floor, okay, we make sure that our elbows are not touching the floor, we raise them up, okay. Similarly, when we are standing up, we stand up

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straight without hands, you know, right over the left. And similarly,

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when we bow, we put our hands on our knees, we don't have them, you know, hanging by the side, there is a particular manner, and a way that we will perform literal court.

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Now, as we know that the Prophet alayhi salam, when he performed his widow corps, it was to the extent that if you, as described if used to place something on his back, that he wouldn't fall off. So the record position is, if you like, you can say something like a 90 degrees with your legs here and your body like that, but not everybody can do that. too, too. Age due to the physical

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makeup if you like. But what goes back to each individual is that you are maximizing and doing what you were able to do to to bow correctly. So this is the optimum position to call it a 90 degree position or something close to that, then surely you fulfill the record. It's not as though the person has just literally just bowed over just a few degrees and and going back then we'd say that it's not sufficient. There is a deficiency in you performing your record.

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Now, if you have a back problem, or you're maybe old age, or you have other you know, other circumstances in which doesn't allow you to go all the way, all the way down into that position, but you're doing the best that you can, then of course that is sufficient for you. We're not going to say you repeat your prayers invalid.

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But like every other aspect of the prayer, we will make sure that inshallah we do it to the best of our ability. Okay. And Allah subhanaw taala is missed. May Allah bless the brother for for the question.

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Okay, we have

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Some of the WhatsApp questions have come through and handled, there's quite a few that have come through.

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So my friend is doubting Islam because he's afraid, what his family will say now that he has become Muslim, he doesn't want to, he doesn't want this stress, and is now found finding doubts in the validity of the Quran, what advice can I share with him? So what I would say is that

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we need to separate issues first and foremost. And that pressures and stress that one may have from their family members doesn't have anything directly to do with the validity of Islam. Okay, if at one point in time you went on a journey, and you saw that Islam was the hook, it was the truth that you were convinced by the message in the Quran, the teachings of Islam, the fact that, you know, you may have family members or peers or friends or

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they may question that doesn't have any link to the validity and the authenticity of Islam. Okay. So what I would say is to separate those issues, and if you have any,

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you know, if you are facing some stress and some questions from your family, why, why, why, why? Well, as a new Muslim, you're not expected to know everything.

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You're not expected to know the answers for everything. And the fact that you don't know the answers for everything, doesn't mean that what you believe in, is somehow

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any less authentic. Okay? It just means that I don't have all the knowledge in the world, which means I need to increase my knowledge and Alhamdulillah in Islam, if I don't know the answer to something I have full right capability of going to ask somebody

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that particular question or give me the answer for that first, victory in controllata alamode. Ask the people of knowledge, if you don't know. So there's no hiding away. So the fact you don't have any answers or don't have answers to certain questions, that's not a problem. Okay? Islam is something very simple, we'll alone hump that the person is convinced with who their creator is, and the right, the creator has over them, in them, submitting to the Creator to Allah subhanaw taala. And also

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completely logical that Allah subhanaw taala created us that would just leave us and abandon us, that Allah subhanaw taala sent us a message on throughout time sent as many messages actually, and that we that Allah subhanaw taala created us and knows us best, therefore has directed us this is the optimum, this is the very best way that you should live your life. So therefore sent prophets and messengers to us and that I accepted that. And I accepted the finality of Prophethood with the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, that Islam Okay, saying that there was no one worthy of worship, except Allah subhanaw taala and that Mohammed Salah Salem is the Messenger of Allah, that

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in a nutshell is at least you accept that Alhamdulillah you entered into the faith of Islam, and then after that you build your knowledge. Okay. So what I would say is that if people are raising issues about oh, Islam, or the Quran says go and slaughter people go kill people do this, and that. And there are, of course, these arguments we mentioned, for hundreds of years.

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And it is not as though that the Muslims are trying to hide these verses away. They're very, very straightforward, simple answers to all of these uneducated claims against the Quran. Okay, there are very, very simple answers to dispel any of these doubts that may come to you, Jonathan. So what I would say first and foremost, to separate the issues, at times we do have stress with our family members, may Allah make it easy for you. But that doesn't impact the validity of Islam. There may be some you know, trials and tribulations but we was educated people. Ask people about how to answer these questions, these issues and insha Allah to Allah.

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This will put your heart and mind at rest of it, isn't it later Allah?

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Allah Who Adam, next question, what is the greatest sin? According to the Holy Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? Well, the Prophet alayhi salam was asked ultimate Zulu or the greatest of sins and is untouched Abdullah he needed them who are Holika that is to set up a partner with Allah subhanaw taala. Knowing that Allah Allah Allah created you, so to set up a partner with Allah subhanaw taala so the absolute essence and reason that we were created is to, to worship Allah subhanaw taala This is the Hekima or the reason the real wisdom and reason why we were created

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to worship Allah subhanaw taala in the verse in Surah to the right woman for up to Jinnah will insert in Lilia, okay, so it is very clear. Allah didn't create jinn and mankind except to worship Him alone. So that being the absolute reason for us to fulfill and the reason why we were created, the opposite of that would be of course,

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the worst sin that a person could commit.

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And that is the setup part.

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As with Allah subhanho wa Taala what what I mean by that, whether you are the individual is setting up partners with Allah subhanaw taala in worship or setting up partners with Allah subhanaw taala in his lordship or setting up partners with Allah subhanaw taala in his names and attributes that are specific and unique can belong to Allah subhanaw taala alone to give any of these attributes or traits to any of the creation, okay? So this means that we make Allah azza wa jal unique okay, we make him unique can we single him out Subhana wa Tada in His Lordship, in his worship and his names and attributes and anyone who would make something not even above but something equal to Allah

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subhanaw taala the Prophet SAW Selim said that this will be from the greatest of sins, Walter

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is it soon enough for them more often to repeat even after

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the Imam even if the Imam voice is loud and clear to the congregation, okay? So

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there are certain circumstances where there is a

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salata Jamar, there's a congregational prayer. The Imam is leading the prayer. And as we know the one who is leading the prayer, when he moves from one movement to the next he will say Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Samia Allahu Allah Muhammad and things like that. Okay. And then everybody follows behind. Now, if you've ever been to Makkah and Medina,

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you will find that the Imam says the the movements of the solo and then there's somebody who repeats it after.

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And it is no doubt it is much louder

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so that everybody can hear. So is it permitted for somebody from the congregation to then relay what the Imam has said? Yes, there's premise there's precedent for this. Okay. Yes, there is precedent for this.

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There's not a problem in that Inshallah, to Allah. But the question is, even when the Imams voice is loud and clear to the congregation, so if the voice of the Imam is absolutely clear to everybody,

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that there's no need to relay the sound, then we say okay, then there is no need, so there wouldn't be any need for a person to repeat afterwards. Okay. In sometimes in you know, masajid where the speakers are confined to one particular space. If we can hit it very, very quick clearly. At other times, you may find that the Masha Allah there's so many people that are attended to people may be praying outside, and those people outside may not hear may not hear what the Imam says. So then somebody has chosen to relay that information. Okay. So it goes by, you know,

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each situation is taken in its individual kind of

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its own its own merit. And if it's required, then there's not a problem. If it's not required, then it's not required.

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But the thing is, these decisions are made by people who are the movers and the shakers and shakers and investor to the decision makers. I may see it a different way. But if I am not a person who's making decisions, it's not for me to say, well, you don't need to do this. You don't need to do it. Just just leave the issue. hamdulillah Okay, you want to create fitna if people made a decision to do that, they made a decision to do that. May Allah subhanaw taala accept to everybody? Okay, shut up. We've come to the end of this particular part of the show where we will continue after the break with Tyler answering your questions. Please stay with us. Salaam Alaikum. Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome back brothers and sisters. After listening to their name for salata, Lahore. And just before the break, we were answering some of your whatsapp questions. Al Hamdulillah. You have the opportunity still to call us.

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We have of course, caller on the line. But don't forget you can send your whatsapp questions to us as well. So we'll take the caller now Salam Alikum

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walaikum salam Salam Alaikum Alaikum salam Wa Rahmatullah

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brother. I just wanted to know if you'd be interested in your account, how can I get rid of it? Okay, thank you for your question. Okay, that's all it's Thank you.

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Okay, so the sisters asked that if one has like some bank account, and that at times, maybe monthly or quarterly or however often it is that the bank may then put interest into your, into your account.

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What do I do with that?

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So knowing

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first and foremost that this is to be considered interest that I'm not allowed to benefit from that. What the bank gives to me, that's called interest lever. So therefore, to keep my money pure, to keep my money pure

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I make sure that that extra that's given to me I dispose of it. Okay, I dispose of it

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depending on how much money you have in the account, it could vary from a few pence a month or it could be a few pounds, maybe even more than that depend on the funds that you have nonetheless whatever it is, you want to dispose of it and not to benefit yourself and I would also advise not to start giving any of your family members because then maybe that person's gets interest and they start giving it to you so you start showing that what is considered a male or a booth this is if you're like an impure money as a filthy money, so therefore you wouldn't want any of you or your family members to take anything from that.

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So what you can do and when you dispose of it is not even something that you're seeking Allah subhanaw taala is reward for as a sadaqa

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sadaqa you give pure wealth pure money not filthy money like libre. So therefore, if you want to discreetly you want to discreetly if you'd like go to like a charity box or even online or charities and just give it and dispose of it that way then you can do that in China Tada okay.

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And Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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We have another caller on the line I hope the answer is clear. Sister May Allah blessing Salam Alaikum

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salam aleikum kala

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kala dropped if you want to call back in sha Allah Tala feel free to to call back you will get through straightaway in sha Allah Tala.

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So some of the WhatsApp questions

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which is more spiritually beneficial

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a Hajj or an aurora in the last 10 days of Ramadan.

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So, spiritual benefit, I mean, that's that's really difficult to kind of put a measure upon.

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I mean, in terms of what I would recommend for you to fulfill Hajj, or performing or Amara in Ramadan, bearing in mind that the reward of O'Meara in Ramadan is equal to Hajj.

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What I would say is if you have the financial means to perform the hajj This is the pillar of Al Islam. Performing Ramallah in Ramadan is not one of the pillars of Islam.

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So therefore, I would recommend you from

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either of performing performing and completion point of view then for you to perform your hedge, no question. And to be honest, when you go to perform your hedge, it's likely that you will be able to perform an aurora as well. Okay, if you're performing Quran or to hedge trimmer,

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then you will have your Amara performed and then you make your hedge. As for what is more spiritually beneficial for you. It may differ from one person to the next Allahu Island.

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May Allah's will give us access to increase our knowledge for this and to perform it in the way that the prophets SLM

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commanded us. I mean, call on the line Santa Monica.

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Monica, do you got this question? Is very like, on my mind, always, I don't know if this was was like this unnatural feeling. But I just have a fear when I stand in front of Allah to do judgment of going to the Hellfire without natural is it was was? I don't know. I had no idea. Could you please clarify this for me please? Thank you.

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So the brothers question is, was quite clear. That is this a form of Westwater whispers from Shetland, that you have this overwhelming fear

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that on the Omen TM when you stand in front of Allah subhanaw taala that maybe you don't have enough and that your destination will be maybe hellfire?

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What I will say to you, brother, this is certainly I would say certainly not vice versa.

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Because this is

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something that every Muslim should feel

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that we have a fear for our own selves a numeral PM, because there is no guarantee for any human being

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of their destination where they are going. No guarantee. No one says I have a woman guaranteed to go to Jana straightaway.

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But something like this, if you like is represents one half of of how we are going to worship Allah subhanaw taala we worship Allah subhanaw taala having fear having a fear that yes, my deeds may be rejected, or fear that on human pm I might or may not have enough good deeds.

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So for this to be something positive, meaning that

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Hearing Allah subhanaw taala is something positive, and how is it positive, it will be positive inshallah Taylor that it pushes you, it pushes you to do good deeds,

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and not to be in a state of despair, or that you have lost all hope. Because this is what we don't want, we want a fair balance of fear and hope.

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And if a person has too much fear, overwhelming fear that they lose hope, then this is when if you like the fear becomes a harm to them. Because they have lost hope in Allah subhanaw taala they have lost hope in themselves of doing anything.

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So we need to if you like, direct and control this type of fear, that's the correct wording. And you're utilizing if you like or utilize it in the correct way. The having this fear is a positive positive thing for us as Muslims and how it becomes something positive for us is that it pushes us and that it gives us an energy and a desire to do more and have hope in Allah subhanaw taala that yes, Allah Allah is Shaadi dot club that is the severest in punishment, but also is our hammer Rafi mean is the Most Merciful of anything that can be merciful.

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That Allah subhanaw taala is or ham becoming or MC is that Allah Israel is more merciful to you than your own mother.

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So having this fear brother, may Allah Israel increase us in this type of fear, which is a positive fear that allows us to work harder, that allows us to worship Allah subhanaw taala more sincerely in accordance and in line with the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam so but that is certainly not vice versa.

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And don't be

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swayed by what shaytaan may want to do to you no doubt the shaytaan will come to us in different ways

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and want to harm us and for us to lose hope. Because yes, maybe the shaytan will push a normal pm or you got no hope you've got no chance you're such a sinner, you're this and you're that

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we ignore that know that Allah subhanaw taala Yes, we have fear of Allah azza wa jal, but at the same time, we have hope as well.

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And what I feel like encompasses that is our love, our love for Allah subhanaw taala in wanting to obey His commands, fulfill His commands stay away from that what is prohibited fulfilling the pillars of Islam. Islam is not complicated. Islam Alhamdulillah has made something very simple for us. So we asked Allah subhanaw taala to give us Tofik give us success in this life and in the Hereafter. And Anil Milty Emma, that we are minimum of Rahane that we are from those who are successful on Yeoman pm Allah whom I mean, a beautiful question button. May Allah subhanaw taala bless you. I mean,

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next question.

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Can a woman request divorce from a man? Well, I assume the man is her husband. So her husband? Yes. So

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in Islam

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the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam said that any woman who asks her husband for divorce,

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whether we never mean a lady, but without for absolutely no reason at all, probably no reason at all, then she will not

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smell the perfume of paradise. So we understand the opposite of that if there is an absolute reason, there is an absolute reason that the sister is unable to live with her husband because of his

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ill behavior towards her because of oppression towards her because of could be many reasons. But life has become unbearable because of the treatment of the other individual.

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Now you can live for long enough and in the alas pantalla has not burdened any soul beyond their capability.

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But what I would say is about before you jump to in any situation is of course I'm addressing husband as well, there's a problem between him and his spouse, that the first solution is I divorce you and that's it. No, absolutely not.

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But there are many steps that are shouldn't be taken before you reach such an outcome or such a request of asking for divorce. And we do live in a day and age where people do jump

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all the way to the end, asking for doors asking for separation without you know really wanting to to try and get through that difficult situation which ultimately everybody will face.

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So when Allah subhanaw taala says that you know if you feel that there is

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problems between the spouses, so how can I help you here? How can I help her? Then you send a judge from his wife said Judge, I can advise from his family and advisor from her friends and family. And you read the law if they want to reconcile. Okay, so

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we're not always jumped

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The end game to like divorce separation breaking up of families and so on that there are steps that should be taken. And a lot about khatola mentioned this in the Quran. But going back to the question, yeah, if she feels that it is absolutely unbearable, they've gone through all of these steps, there is no sort of there is no reconciliation, we've gone through advice and why she asked me to let her go. Then this has been made permissible for her, you know, to ask for a hula to ask for

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an annulment of the marriage and he either accepts or he does not. And if she feels that is, again being unreasonable, then there may be other

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ways to resolve the situation by going to people of knowledge to advise you further. Okay. But you know, it's not just the first hurdle you have in your lives that you have problems, the first couple of years of your marriage, we've been married two years, well, you're still newlyweds, you still barely getting to know each other. So

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do not be afraid to go above, you know, getting advice from family members, if they are family members who are more safe, that they are just and that they are fair, they can advise fairly, it's not about because despite my family member, I will take their side. It's about standing up for what is correct what is right. Okay, so whoever is involved

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in a reconciliation between family members, yes, they may have the same surname as you you may be from the same tribe, you may be from the same family. But that doesn't mean that they are upon the right and on the hook on the truth. They could be absolutely absolutely wrong. What it is upon you as an advisor, is to stand for what is correct the truth. Okay, even if it lies with the other person.

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And we ask Allah subhanaw taala for TOEFL Allahumma. Me?

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How long is one allowed to stay away from one spouse due to travel for business or education?

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Okay, so this sounds like a hypothetical question because you've not specified whether it's for business or education. So I just want to know, okay, fine. But is there a specific amount of time that you are not allowed to be away from your family?

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There is nothing you find in the Quran specifically, there is nothing that you find in the Sunnah, specifically saying that the husband is not allowed to be away from his family. Now you don't find this. The person will say that Well, during the time of the Sahaba, or the lion home, that the Lord commanded that the people who were in the path of giving Dawa, he would tell them to come back after four months. Okay, this was his judgment, or the Allahu Anhu. And this is a fair judgment. This is absolute fair judgment. But because of the numbers that they had, and the numbers that facilitated that kind of swapping, okay, Hamdulillah. At times, people are not in that position. Sometimes you

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find Subhanallah, that husband has to go abroad to work for one year. And he has to be away from his family due to the financial situation mailers, which will make it easy for everybody I mean, does that then impact their marriage, that if you're away for six months, then your Nikka has no longer valid? This is of course, nonsense. This is nonsense. This is not the case at all. Okay, and then I want to dispel, you know, some of the understandings that people do have

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that do to maybe a person who's working education, you know, some of the examples that you gave, they've been away for two years.

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And then they and somebody says, Oh,

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you know, you've been away from your husband for two years, you've checked the validity of your Nikka.

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What are you talking about, this has no basis in Islam, to say things like this, to talk about the validity of contracts, the validity of Nikka in such ways, be very, very careful. So there isn't any specific time but of course, if the person is away from their families should bear in mind that being away from them, you know, can

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has a number of negative impacts. So you tried to have as much contact with them. And it again, goes back to what they both ugly, Allahu Allah, Allah.

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Allah knows best.

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If a man passed away, left, and his mother behind his wife and children to what percentage of his property will be given to his mother and wife, well?

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Well, your children as well, you didn't mention them. But nonetheless, what I would say inheritance issues, because there are the distribution of inheritance is not something that you and I wouldn't have any say in. This is clearly black and white in the Quran. Clearly black and white in the Quran concerning distribution, whether the mother will receive one six or 1/3 or whether the the wife receives a quarter or an eighth and the children and their distribution what I would say that this platform is

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this is if you'd like a quick fire q&a session, you know, it's

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such issues like inheritance, which requires probably, you know, somebody to sit down with you who is qualified to talk about inheritance can take into consideration all of the relatives around that deceased. May Allah Israel have mercy upon them. And then to make it clear to you to decipher right, they have a share, and they don't have a share because of the presence of this one. And that they may be may receive a universe. So you sit with somebody who's qualified in such an issue. And then it can be explained to you in sha Allah to Allah with the evidences made it very clear to you so that you don't prohibit anyone from their heart from their right.

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Because inheritance is something that Allah subhanaw taala mentioned in great detail in salt and Mesa, and its distribution, it was taken out of our hands. The person says, Well, I didn't see my son for two years. He didn't visit me for two years. And he doesn't get anything. It doesn't work like this, okay, it doesn't work like this. So

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ensure that if you go to somebody of knowledge can deal with this review for you, then that would be the best solution. And Allah azza wa jal knows best.

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Okay

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next question, if you borrow money, and many years later, the person requests the money back.

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But now at the current value given inflation, is that permissible for him to ask this?

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So 10 years ago, let's say many years ago, we I don't know how you consider how many is

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1015 I borrowed 1000 pounds and 1000 pounds maybe 15 years ago and its value is not the same today. So now for therefore it's by inflation 1000 pounds now it's worth what 1200 So therefore, I went 1200 No, not permitted for you to do that, what you borrowed what was borrowed to you?

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The amount can be requested at that amount, okay.

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Not based upon inflation.

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So, if I borrowed you 1000 pounds, I will only ask you for 1000 pounds, I can ask for any more than that.

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And Allah subhanaw taala knows best.

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I know that this is impacts on other issues. But to simplify the issue, if you borrowed money to somebody, you can only request the amount that you gave to them, while la Jota Anna Adam.

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Another question is that we know that Lisa, Lisa Lim will return towards the end of time.

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And we know that Muhammad Sallallahu sallam was the final prophet and messenger. Does it not go against the fact that isa Ali said him Jesus will return as a prophet. So therefore isa Ali Salam is the final prophet. We say no, the fact that the ISA at least hit him when he returns, He will be commanded and as he knows, or SLM, he will implement the Sharia of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, that yes, he is a prophet. But as we know prophets, Allah himself may be different in their responsibilities as Rasool a prophet will reaffirm the previous message. So yes, Prophet Isa Ali Salam was a messenger and Prophet when he was sent. But when he comes back, it doesn't mean that

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he's removed as a prophet, he is still a prophet of a lot of baraka to Allah, but he will be commanded to implement the Sharia of Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam therefore there is no terracotta there is no contradiction between these. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best. Okay, but the system will come to the end of the show. Until we see again, you see you again just talking about Alfredo salamati kumara malai Well, Baraka Yeah, are you

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