Wasim Kempson – Live Ask Eman – June 20th

Wasim Kempson
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of serving the community during massages, protecting them from hellfire, praying for the god's presence, and reciting the holy grail. They emphasize the need for guidance and understanding of one's beliefs to avoid confusion and struggle. The importance of praying for the god's presence and the use of "naught" and "naughty," as well as the importance of knowing one's beliefs and distributing animals as charities. The host provides guidance on holding wipers and reciting the holy grail, and discusses the importance of praying after death and distributing animals as charities.
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A lot of Salam, and you find likewise the, their companions and their followers, their disciples would be students of the prophets, and then take this understanding and then pass it on to others. So it's very important for us to try and understand how we can be of benefit to others, so that we can

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our community in the very best way. And at times like this, where there's almost like a reset

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on so many different levels, there's a reset, where the masajid as an example, have been closed

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for three months now, and they may open maybe next month.

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That means that those massages will have been closed for four months, approximately. Now, those, massage it. And then in fact, I was just speaking to one of the Imams of one of the very active masters just a few days ago, the plans that they have in when they reopen the Masjid. It's not just opening the doors just to allow a few people to come in and return to the old way. But this is an opportunity for them to have four months. And you know, there's something that no, that was a testing time. But they utilize that time in the very best way that there was masajid. Well, this particular mustard I can say, and there are other masajid like this at Hamdulillah, that they are

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working very hard behind the scenes to ensure that when the massages are open, that they will open in what we see as the new normal was the life won't go back to the way it was once upon a time maybe just a few months ago, but there's a new normal for us. And these particular massages are working in the very best way to ensure that when the doors of the masjid are open, that people will find

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that the masjid are the most important parts places in our community.

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So for this reason, I think it's

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good to mention along the theme about benefiting others,

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that the massages are places where they are supposed to serve the community and that they are there to help the community.

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And that when the massages that they do open and inshallah to Allah we have hope that this won't be very long, maybe a matter of weeks, that when those doors are open, that they are more than ready. And they have many things in place. I want to say many things in place. I don't mean stickers on the floor saying that you have to social distance. These are guidelines that you're supposed to do with regards to government. I don't mean government guidelines. Yes, of course, you have to fulfill that. What I'm saying is you fulfill your risk your Islamic responsibility

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with regards to serving your community. So we ask Allah subhanaw taala to allow to guide and help those who are sincere in their job. Allah Hammami.

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I'm going to circle off his show.

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We're going to go to our first question of the show, which is from our WhatsApp questions, and the question is

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a cinema Alikum and we Rahim and I'm texting from Dubai, Santa Monica, my brother. And my question is I heard that there will be some people who won't even smell the smell of paradise. What about if there were Muslims and believers doesn't mean they will not enter paradise forever.

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So it is a very important question. And there are a number of narrations with I think I mentioned one of them yesterday,

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where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam mentioned in a number of different durations for a person who

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commit suicide and as a time, during the time of the Prophet it said Salam, that the Companions they saw an individual who had died on the battlefield, and they said that he he was a shahid but the prophets have said that that person would be in the hellfire. Why? Because it was then to be known that they fell on their sword and that they killed themselves. And that the prophets of salaam warned that the person who does that may then will reside in the Hellfire for forever for eternity.

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Without escaping, this is an example. Another example is that

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there are many a woman who asks for Talak without any reason at all, from her husband, that she will not smell the

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scent of the paradise. Now does this mean and we have to understand that this because if you don't smell the scent of paradise, it means that you will not be near it. You will be in

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Hellfire is there's only two places that you will go to

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the position of Allah sunnah concerning Miss Lockhart ADA. The vitamins principle is that with regards to the believers

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any sin that they commit, they are, number one, they are believers. And they are number two, that they are wrongdoers for the sin that they committed and in the Hereafter, that they are data machine Attila that they are subject to the will of Allah subhanaw taala insha Allah Leverhulme in sha, Allah Allah, that they either Allah subhanaw taala will forgive them, or Allah subhanaw taala will punish them. But it doesn't mean that they will reside in the Hellfire for eternity. Because we know that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that whoever is has an atom's weight of Eman into their heart will eventually enter the paradise.

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So with regards to these narrations that talk about different types of sins, where the profits are low, some said either they will be not smelled the scent of paradise or eternally reside in the hellfire. With regards to the believers,

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the vast majority of the roadmap are the view that this isn't

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eternally meaning forever and ever not to accept from it. Because we know that there are other generations to state that eventually the believers will go to the paradise even if it means that they may spend spend some time in the Hellfire because of some sins that they committed. We ask Allah genuinely to protect us from the hellfire and allow us to be entered into the paradise without any punishment we seek ALLAH knows forgiveness and mercy Allah I mean, Allah

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I mean, thank you so much.

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And we're gonna go now to our next caller on the line as Salam Alikum to our brother or sister Welcome to the show. What's your name and where are you calling from?

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now I can my brother How are you today

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and your question

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different way

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okay, you got that shit. The last bit you mentioned the brother sorry

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you in a world we can't do a physical demonstration about we can explain inshallah.

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Yeah, okay, so with regards to Salatin, Witter, we know that the prophets Allah Allahu Allahu alayhi salam emphasized

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the praying of the winter prayer.

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Now, first and foremost, were mentioned a few issues to do with a shorter Tyla that the professor said that

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if one of you praise the night prayer, then pray that in twos and if you fear that the Fajr have come, then you should pray with it before that said is a very, very highly emphasized

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supererogatory or voluntary prayer amongst the majority some of the other element of the view that it's at worship.

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So it is a highly stressed Sunnah prayer for you to offer. As if possible. The last prayer that you offer

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is the first thing in terms of its legislative kind of status that is highly recommended for you at the very least to do that.

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Now with the meaning odd, so therefore, the amount of records that you will offer or an odd number, so 1357 911, so it can be paid in this manner. So most commonly people pray is maybe one or three ala carte. Now, if you're going to pray as one that occur,

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which is a strong view, that you just simply pray one blocker on its own, and there's one to shout at the end and you make disagreement that that's the end of it. If you're going to pray three, then there's potentially three different ways of praying that the gym hall or the vast majority of people might say, actually, if you're gonna pray three, there's two ways of doing it. And that is that you will pray three o'clock at and you will make one to shout at the end. So at the end of the second Raka, as you do with normal press, you meant to show the new stand up with Witter here. After at the end of the second rocker, you just get up straight away.

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And then the third rocker Okay, that's when you finish the prayer we want to shout at the end. So it's three continuous like add with one Tisha heard at the end

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the second way of doing it is that you pray to and one your intention is to pray to and one and they've done separately so we pray to you make to Salim and then you stand up to make one. Okay, shall we say and even then, so, you pray through it like that?

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There is another view amongst the one of them and hips is that you can pray Salah to witted like salata muck it up.

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So it's the way that you press a lot of martyrdom is the same way that you will offer Salah to which it is one view and the method of Imam Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah, the other schools of thought view it otherwise that you don't pray or you don't offer us a lot of weather like Maghrib based upon narration of the Prophet salallahu Salam so if you follow the method remember behind you follow him Allah and you pray like that then of course your Salah is not trauma validity you go ahead and you pray like that.

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If however, you for the other mother hip and then you pray in one of those other two ways that I mentioned, then you offer it like that. Okay.

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There's further discussion as to if you want to pay for a

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favor like that, that means that you would pray five continuous like add with one to shout at the very end. Okay, say five. So there's only one Tisha had not after the second one or the fourth one you pray to shout, no one vodka, you go down, you come up, second, third, fourth, fifth, and then you make dish out at the end and you make to sleep. That's another way if you wanted to make it waited five Roccat. Okay. So this In brief, is some of the issues to do with with sort of Allahu Allah. Thank you, sheriff. We're gonna go to our next caller now. So Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Salam Alaikum Welcome to the show.

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Mashallah, you sound like a familiar voice What's your name again?

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Masala. How are you? You okay?

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Mashallah, and how old are you?

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Mashallah, do you watch the show regularly?

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Hamdulillah. What do you think of the show? Do you learn a lot from it?

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On hand, we ask Allah to accept from all of us. That's what it's about. So, it's good to hear that you're learning a lot from it. So what's your question?

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All right. Do you have any other questions? No. Okay. So you can listen to your answer from the chef on the phone or you can watch along on your TV. Okay.

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All right, and I think he's going to watch from his TV. Okay.

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So the question is, are you allowed to offer your Salah in a house? For those of you who are not Muslims?

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Absolutely no problem. MashAllah Tala? As long as where you're praying is clean. You can face the stapler? No problem Sharla Tada.

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You should try to choose a suitable place when praying.

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But yeah, in general, absolutely. No problem. Insha Allah Allah

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Thank you. Sure.

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So I think we have another caller on the line so Sidama alikoum to our brother or sister Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Salaam Alaikum.

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You live we'll ask you man, what's your name? And where are you calling from?

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From London. Welcome to the show. sustain your question.

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I have two questions. First question is regarding the below

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be done in physical must have or can it just be done from the Quran that you've memorized for example? And the second question is Is somebody normally

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to do less and they then wear slippers that may cover however much you've just

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taken in one and a half to one level remaining on underneath either the affected or doing anything?

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So Acacia Yeah, so if I may ask why do you why is it an issue if you put slippers on what why do you think that's an issue if you wear slippers?

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I've heard if you've obviously taken another layer on a novel that might

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get clarification Okay.

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Thank you for your call sister. does look like him you can either listen to your answer on the phone or watch along on on your television. For everyone else watching at home you can give us a call on Oh 23515076 lines ask your questions inshallah.

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So, with regards to the obligatory prayers, the follow up when you're reading your Salah that it is you shouldn't hold the most have bother you can just recite from that what you have memorized. If you haven't memorized that much labrets is no problem.

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It's not like the nephila obviously a lot of questions in the month of Ramadan, if I'm reading clear Motorhead judon. I haven't memorized much Quran but I'd like to hold them as half is that allowed? Yeah, that's allowed for you and this will impress however, in your photo, on your, your obligatory prayers, then there's no holding of the most half of any device. You do.

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Just recite from what you have memorized in Charlo Taylor

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with regards to wiping over the sock, now, you wipe over your sock. And let's see, after that you put some slippers on. And then you take their slippers off. For example, if you pray, because you didn't wipe over the slipper is not an issue. It's not a problem.

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So, you know, it's like putting some shoes on, you know, you walked over your socks, okay, and you're in a state of order, you put some shoes on, you went out to the shops, and then you came back home, you took his shoes off, you still have a lot, you still have all those shoes have no impact on the state of although well the slippers for that matter of the world or you have

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Allahu Allah.

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Thank you so much. And our next question is from WhatsApp and the question is salaam Alikum. I intended to perform Hajj this year but as you're aware, many UK tour operators have canceled due to uncertainty etc. My tour operator is due to pay back but funds

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funds in full. My question is do I have to pay the cats once I received the funds back from the tour operator? Now for context regarding my money, I sold my wedding gold and use that for my funds as well as money I had in my savings for more than a year. Yep. Yeah. So any money that you have any savings that you have, for for whatever reason, and it's still in your in your possession, the time for you paying the car is Juwanna then you pay zakat on Hamdulillah.

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A person that shouldn't see

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that this is somehow going to stop them making Hajj

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or this is going to delay their Hajj, if it is the case

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that your tour operator has canceled the Hajj this year, then inshallah Tada there's always next year in sha Allah to Allah. And, you know, because there's a case only is 2.5% it's not you know, 25% or 50% of your wealth is to 2.5%. So if you had

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your know,

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you pay five or 6000 pounds, whatever you put aside for it. And then 2.2 point 5% of that isn't is not going to inshallah put you in a position where it's going to delay your hedge by a long time.

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So whatever is due to be paid for, okay, you pay that and whatever is saved, then you save that Inshallah, that you were able to go next year in China, tell me last month allow you to perform your hedge next year. If there is hedge that is all. I mean.

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Thank you Sure. Our next question

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is from WhatsApp and I think we have a caller on the line so it goes to the cool first Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the phone. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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My name is

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Masha Allah, where exactly in USA you calling from?

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I'm calling from Virginia. Oh, my salah. Thank you so much for watching from so far away. And your question system.

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Oh my gosh.

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They both are living in two different countries. And that's why wire over the phone only one time

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and has

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to take the wire.

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They have to meet each other.

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Or they

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own the phone and it's okay for the marriage to be that.

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All right, then. Thank you so much for your questions to stay, you can stay on the line to listen to your answer. Or you can watch along on your device or or TV and Saab thank you so much. Okay. So, with regards to divorce situations, it is always important to speak to somebody where the whole situation can be explained in detail.

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So my answer will be generic answer.

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I'm just reading this today actually. Yeah, so panela. So, when a divorce takes place

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that the man may take his wife back by statement or by action

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with regards to statement that can be verbal, obviously. And if that is done verbally, then that is sufficient. It is not a condition that they actually have to be in the same place. Okay with the same room, but it would be enough. And if even if it wasn't said to her, but said to another person and that person can testify via witness for that statement. That would be sufficient in principle. So the husband

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says within her because remember Mother sisters during the distal husband and wife by the way, okay, technically there's still

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husband and wife during the waiting period. So the husband says, Well, I take it back. Okay, I take that divorce back, and that would be sufficient inshallah Tada

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and Eliza Elizabeth, thank you so much, sister. Does that answer your question?

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Yeah. Thank you so much for your call Melara with you.

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Okay, so if everyone watching at home here, if you want to give us cool brothers and sisters, you're able to dial Oh 235150769 If you'd like to call us as our sister just did, from outside the UK or internationally, you're able to call us on whatsapp on

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Oh 77422398833 I remember that. hamdulillah So brothers and sisters, we're waiting for your calls. If you have any questions, please do give us a call. If you're watching along on Facebook or YouTube, you're able to leave your questions at the comment section inshallah.

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So, we're gonna go to our next question on WhatsApp and the question is

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making tillow foger Can you use the Quran? Or do you need to recite from memory? I think you answered it right. Yeah, yeah, there was a call. Yeah, yeah. I think it's probably the same debit so we say that you should do it from memory you don't recite from the Most High for an application on your phone has to be from your memory. Okay, thank you. Our next question is a Salam Alikum I know of a hadith saying that those who aren't financially capable of being married should fast is this an obligation? Second question? If it if it is an obligation as I belong to this category? is the son of fasts enough ie Monday and Thursday in the white days? Or do I have to fast every day? Great. So

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the profits are less upset in the sound Hadith Yeah, mashallah Shabaab Oh,

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oh youth

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that whoever from you can marry that let them do so.

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If they are unable to do that, then let them fast

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because this will help them get through the situation. Now.

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This isn't a command to fast if you can afford but it is a means of helping you get through the situation whether it is Monday or Thursday or three days. Whatever whatever you fight if you feel is you're capable of doing you can do that in Charlotte Taylor, but this is only a means follow Anna. Thank you. Sure. That brings us to our first break of our show. Stay tuned and we'll be back in a few minutes in sha

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Welcome back, everyone watching with us at home brothers, sisters and children. Welcome back to Ask you man live we're gonna be here with you for another 30 minutes up until nine o'clock to take your questions and get them answered for you by our shifts to the email machine Kempson, who's sitting right here want to start Allah assalamu Alikum Schaffer Welcome back often consider more.

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Thank you, sheriff. For everyone watching at home, if you'd like to ask a question, you're able to pick up your phone, and dial oh two or 35150769. If you'd like to call us from your phone, you're able to use our WhatsApp number on oh seven, four to 2398833 you can use the same number to send your questions written as a message. And if you're living outside of the UK as well, you can use that WhatsApp number to get in contact as well and Sharla. If you're watching along on YouTube, you're able to leave your questions at the comment section. And inshallah we'll continue with our show now. So let's shift our next question from WhatsApp, which I remember just now that

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we had some questions we didn't finish yesterday from YouTube. So we'll get to those off to our next caller. So As Salam Alikum to our caller, welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from

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Polycom Are you on the line?

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Welcome to the show, sister. And your question for us today.

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Is do you have to have a

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performing sister to shuffle?

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Well, the question is, is

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on Friday, really? The first

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week freedom.

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Okay, sister, thank you so much for your questions. Do you have another question? No.

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Thank you so much for calling.

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First question was do you need to have will do to perform surgery? That's okay. Yeah. So essentially, it's a shocker. Like the frustration of thankfulness. Be grateful. It's not salah, so being in a state of although is not required.

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And number two was,

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was in question. The second question.

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I can't record this, they still on the line?

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okay. I will record that inshallah. So, do we have any more callers on the line?

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Okay, the question was, do we do you have to read? So is it sufficient to just read the beginning? Yes. And to get the reward. So the question is, what reward Are you seeking? Yep, yep. So, there are different rewards attached to reciting Surah Alkaff. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the first person who read some in some narrations memorizes, the first 10 verses of sorbitol, caffeine shatta. Wale will help that person be protection from the jail. The first 10 verses

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as for the recitation of Surah Alkaff in its entirety, all of it.

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This is a different reward. And this can be done on a Thursday night. You can start reading on a Thursday night after salata Margarita, which is technically the night of a Juma

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and then you have all day to do that as well on the Friday, in which in one of the innovations that the Prophet sallallahu sallam said that reciting Surah Alkaff on a Friday will be a light for that person for that burn until the coming week until the drama, which comes a week later.

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So there's two different rewards, depending on the duration that we're talking about.

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Thank you so much.

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Our next question is from WhatsApp and the question is a Salam aleikum. Allah says that the Quran is a clear book with clear guidance and no things are left behind or left out. How come we need to see it to understand the verses while we

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While it was meant for everyone to read and understand, yes, so Allah subhanaw taala tells us that the Quran is a clear book, a book of guidance.

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And that he subhanaw taala did not leave anything out of that. It is important to know that

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at times depending on people's understandings, because not everybody's understanding is the same. People have different levels of understanding.

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So a person may understand something and other person may not understand it, to that person is very clear. So it's relative term.

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So, why do we need tafsir? Well, there are people who don't have a high level of understanding, therefore things need to be made clear to them. Okay? Is this a deficiency in the Quran? Allah? Of course not. It's a deficiency and OS, we our level of understanding isn't to that. Therefore, even during the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, that there were certain verses that the Companions, they would ask the Prophet salallahu it when he was saying that the meaning of this verse and he would explain the verse to them, okay. So there was no part of the Quran, which the companions that are the Allahu Anhu did not understand there was no verse, there was no, we just

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don't know what it is. Everything was explained to them by the Prophet salallahu Salam, that what needed to be explained, okay. And then through the times, people, you know, there's more people that need to learn. And due to people's understanding, which may be not as, like the previous generation, things were made.

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simpler for us to understand. It got to a stage where people don't even know Arabic now. So how can I understand what and therefore hamdulillah people went to this, the scholars went to the situation to translate the meanings of the Quran so that people could grasp the main concepts of that what was in, in the Quran, okay. This doesn't take away that the Quran is not clear, of course, it is clear, and everything that is in the Quran. And Allah subhanaw taala did not leave anything out muffled a lot, and I feel lucky to have him in shape, or legit, I didn't leave anything out of the book. So therefore, the shortcomings is from our own selves, but Alhamdulillah praise due to loss pantalla

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that the Roma

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and when we say the aroma, this stemmed from after the prophets, Allah Salim the sahaba.

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They are the great Redeemer, of course, they are the great scholars, great scholars of Islam, and their students and their students, and so on and so forth. This way through the generations, this is the scholarship we have in Islam when he laid hand, and that they would explain things to their students and people around them. So this is how it works and Hamdulillah.

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So is it is it relevant, that we're, the prophet will say, I believe on the day of judgment that my people have abandoned the Quran? Yes.

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Is it? Is it relevant? The fact that if we don't have Arabic, is that part of it? Is that part of not making that effort to have that connection? Right? Yeah, so the the verse you're referring to in Surah Surah I believe that the Prophet Eliezer manual McCree MSA were his Alma that they abandoned? Not all of them. Oh, by the way, not all of them. There'll be some people from the Ummah who abandoned to the Quran. Now abandoning the Quran, what does that mean?

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Does that mean just not reciting it? It has a number of meanings actually. Not just people who don't read it, or don't understand it. And then don't act upon it. Okay, this is all forms of abandoning the Quran. A person should the Quran should be a way of life for them. You know, do's and don'ts, halal and haram. A person abandons that as well. So abandoned but of the Quran comes in, in different ways.

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So if a person doesn't know the Arabic, that doesn't stop them, referring to a translation of the meanings of the Quran, for them to know what is halal, what is haram, what is an obligation upon them, and what is recommended for them to do these things that hamdulillah is still the message will still reach them.

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So you might find a person who doesn't know Arabic, but is striving to do their best to worship Allah subhanaw taala recites the Quran, but knows that our meta knows the commands, knows the prohibitions and avoids them. And it's not to be considered one who has abandoned the Quran. Okay, so it really goes back to the individual in their relationship with the book of Allah subhanaw taala because the relationship with the Quran isn't just one

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because the person can recite it and don't act upon it. You've abandoned the Quran because you're acting upon it. But a person who maybe who's unable to read because they weren't born into you know, speaking Arabic language, but whatever knowledge comes to them, they act upon it. That person is trying and trying their best and is not considered a person who has

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Depending on the Quran,

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and Hadith chef,

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I can't recall it properly. But if you're someone who recites the Quran and applies it, you're like someone who sells musk, is that correct? And then there's the three categories of you.

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its entirety verbatim. I can't get off. No, but I know of that. Yeah, yeah. So, so that yeah, there are different people with regards to their

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one application and recitation of the Quran and the prophets of give different examples of the one who recites it, and then acts upon it. And that is one who just recites it, and then is the one who abandons it. And is it as like, different examples in each of those? Maybe Hadith? We can, you know, try to search up and explain to the viewers and Jonathan Yeah. So the reason I started that shift is because I was reflecting and thinking spunlace imagined, you know, I'm laying worthy of this. We got, what do we say in front of Allah? If you've had an entire life, you know, where you've worked, and you've grown old and your money and you've put your time in so many areas, and, and this entire

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life didn't look like one that you knew the Quran properly. And it's a book in 600 pages, I believe. So it's a sad state. Imagine me online. Yeah. So you know, as human beings, we can.

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Sometimes there are times that certain human beings think they're very smart, and I think they're very clever.

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their own shortcomings. They're

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the refusal to accept their own shortcomings is their failure. Yeah, they refuse to accept that they have shortcomings. Yeah. coolibah mahatva. All the sons of Erdem are sinners, or hated hotpot, in a toe boon, that the best of sinners are those who repent to others Panto, but recognizing that they have traits, they have actions, which

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are things that they have done, somehow they justify doing it, somehow that time they justified it. And then over a period of time, they look back on it, and they maybe don't recall how they justified it. All they can remember is that I did it and I must have, I must have, I wouldn't have done, you know, gone directly into haram, I must have been justified in doing that action, I think, yeah, then I was fine doing that. When in actual fact, maybe at the time when you did it, you had no justification for doing that.

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So your your forgetfulness

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is, you know, comes to is a savior for them in that bill? Like, I can't remember everything right? Remember that? I did it and if I did it, I must have done it. Hallelujah. I'm not gonna intentionally do haram. So there's somehow justify what they did. So, you know, people will, you know,

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there's different types of people.

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And we ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect us, allow us to be

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sincere in what we do and protect us from

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in at times, it could be difficult it could be hypocrisy.

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Allah Hammerstein. Thank you Sure. I do. I didn't say that. Like I said, I'm guilty of that as well. And I was reflecting that it's imagining in front of Allah and yeah, what do you say? Yeah, exactly. Exactly. Exactly. You don't have that life. Subhan Allah. We had the question around Salah as was here earlier. So I wanted to follow up with this question as well. Because I think it's always important to come back to the very important and basics of the deen because the, you know, the most important, especially when it comes to Salah. So what role should sell a play in a Muslims life, meaning if someone finds that their days are going by, and they're doing their best to catch up with

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their salah, pray on time, but the value isn't there, that this is probably one of the most or the most important part of my day, you know, that's prayed rush, then it's just something that I need to do because I'm a Muslim. And there's more focus on it do this on time that on time, you know, because our responsibilities are spread out. But if Salah is not seen as a very serious responsibility to fulfill on its time, are we going wrong? And if we are shed then how, what's the mindframe to fix that? Yeah, so

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you know, there are many places in the Quran, Allah, Allah, Allah talks about the obligation of of Salah, the importance of Salah how to use salah, many a hadith talking about the Salah, its virtues, its benefits, its rewards.

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It's the link between you and Allah subhanaw taala The first thing you will be asked about on your milkier.

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But, you know, the Prophet said that the difference between, you know, Eman and Cofer between us and them, you know, in the contract or the the agreement we have with illogical Viola The difference is our salah, a Salah. That is the

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if you could imagine, I mean, sometimes you need a real kind of stock, harsh, clear, sometimes, of course reminder as to what the prayer is, and the status of the prayer

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in you identifying yourself as a Muslim.

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a person who is lazy, with the prayer means quite simply is that they're lazy with our last panel time, there's the bottom line,

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and haven't recognized. And listen, everyone has their test, everyone has the struggles, and whatever the case may be, but

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the Salah is really the, the,

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the nourishment of food for your soul, that if you don't nourish your soul five times a day, if you don't check in with Allah subhanaw, taala, five times a day, then there is a deficiency, beyond recognition,

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beyond any comprehension,

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it's not something you'll be able to see now.

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But if you don't check in with Allah gelada, five times a day,

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it means that there is a grave error, a grave mistake, that that person is falling into, the person may not feel it,

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person may not see it.

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But that is the reality. That if the person doesn't, you know, fulfill those five prayers in which the prophets or some said that if the prayers are good, and what follows that will be good, quite simply. And if the five daily prayers are like, not so good, then what follows

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will be of the same nature. And this is when you're standing in front of a lost parent, and you there's no going back and saying, Well, you know,

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I thought I understood this, I understood and I was doing this, and I was going through a bit of a hard time and things like that. The point is that, yes, and we all did not see her, we all need advice, that in hard times, that the outlet, the one who is going to help you through that is Allah subhanaw taala.

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So therefore, you know, we all need to be reminded from time to time, all of us about the importance of Salah offering in its time offering in the best way that you can, because this is what identifies you, as who you are, as a Muslim, this is you're related with our last panel.

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So we ask Allah azza wa jal allow us to be from those who established the prayer in a way that is befitting to His Majesty.

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Last question on this point, I'm sorry to ask it if you don't mind. Um, now, as born Muslims, maybe we take Salah for granted, because maybe we can't connect to some of the things you just said.

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That identifies you as a Muslim, you know, it's just very ritualistic. Five times a day. I've always known this, I've seen my dad, you know, for mom, but you yourself said, Is there a perspective? Maybe you can give from your experience, you know, being a Muslim and then before being a Muslim?

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I hope you don't mind me. No, no, no, it's not. Okay, fine.

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Some people may not know that you're probably you came to Islam.

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If you can't tell them? I'm not sure. Yeah, I became Muslim.

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Okay, yeah.

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I don't know. It's difficult because

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a person who makes a conscious decision to become a Muslim, realizes that there is a responsibility in front of them, and that they're going to add this to their lives. What wasn't there before they're gonna add it to their lives? Whereas it differs. Maybe it's good conversation, maybe not necessarily the we don't have the time to speak about this in any depth. It's like a podcast type of conversation. It is. Yeah, I guess. Yeah. But somebody is born into Islam, that they, that's all they know. They're not adding anything to their lives. It's just part of their lives. But then you may find many people who, brothers sisters, that they maybe weren't brought up in a practicing

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family, prayer wasn't really

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that important, or they weren't taught to pray. And then they make a conscious decision to stop praying and start practicing their Islam. So there there are some similarities. But yes, a person was born into Islam, but really wasn't taught Islam, but then made a conscious decision to stop practicing Islam just like a person who was not a Muslim, and made a conscious decision to enter into Islam. So they have some similar similarities on that, on that level.

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You know, Allah knows best I mean, there are those that you know, shaytaan can come you know, laziness can come to anybody, whether you embrace Islam or you were born into a Muslim forever, or you started practicing, you know, involves

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self discipline involves, you know, you

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there's an element of, of struggle and striving against your own maybe lazy self or not wanting to do something. So you push yourself to get up, you push yourself, you know, to stay up. So, regardless of you entered into Islam, or you

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You were born into Islam that you know to adapt to your situation and and strive for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala is upon everybody.

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And that isn't really that doesn't mean that if you entered Islam or not, that's going to be any different. It's the same for everybody on that level. Yeah. Wow. So like you said is that is the fact that you just keep trying? Yeah. Is that consistent? That's where everybody is going to be a struggle regardless, striving that. Thank you. Our next question is going to come from our caller. So As Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line, welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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I can hear you.

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Yes, very clearly.

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Your question brother.

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I can't hear you very, very well, my brother.

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If you can call back. I was told to ask you to call back on the other line. So maybe you're using WhatsApp call us on the studio line, which is oh two or 35150769. We'll probably hear you better then then we can take your question. Inshallah. Thank you so much. My brother

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Yannick Our next question is gonna be from WhatsApp chef. Okay, we have one more cool, I've been told. So we'll go to our brother or sister on the line assalamu Alikum. Welcome to ask you, man. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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what do you mean, we

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can usually

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doodle you have

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Okay, thank you so much, my brother just like

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I actually did ask that I forgot to answer that. May Allah bless the brother. So what to recite in the wizard Pro.

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If you're going to recite a one or three or five, it's up to you. There isn't something obligatory that you have to recite after Surah Al Fatiha depending on the amount of records that you're going to pray.

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It is authentically narrated that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam when he prayed three record that in the first record he would recite after sort of refer to herself as metal buckle either in the second rocker Kalia, you hold curfew rune and in the third rocker call who Allahu Ahad

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if you wanted to do that you can if you haven't memorized those chapters, then you can recite any other chapters.

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Whatever is easier for you after sort of guilty

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even if a person sufficed you know we've talked about the absolute what is acceptable if you just recited Surah Fatiha, we accepted it recite any chapter afterwards, the salah still valid, um, you left out a sunnah.

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And that is reciting another chapter after that.

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This is with regards to what you recite in the last raka in the last unit of prayer that you can offer if you wanted to perform the connote which is the dua that you will do. Okay, after you come up from Morocco, it's also in red, you could do it before, let's say, on the basis that you come up from Morocco and then you can make the DUA Allahumma de la vie, man Herdade wow, if you know of human if you want to make this era, and then you're going to salute after that is optional for you. Okay, doing a keynote is not a must. If you decide to do it is good. If you leave it then it is also acceptable. No problem, Shannon.

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Thank you, Chef. Our next question is from WhatsApp The question is a Salam Alikum if I missed the fourth time, and wake up at a time where it's not allowed to pray the Word Do I still

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means that you've missed Fajr and woke up a lot of time. Yeah, by is that one Misha? That's what other prayed you missed from fajr does not allow to pray. Yeah, so you wake up

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Do I still follow the Hadith that says to perform the prayer as soon as I wake up? Yeah, okay, it's good question. So in a scenario that maybe happens

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even if there's a time of prohibition

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that you offer the Salah and bear in mind as well time is very short time you're talking about matter of minutes. Okay, matter of minutes not like long time like the the prohibition of praying after after fajr and kill sunrises and after acid until sunset, okay, these are longer times. There's any thoughts there? Well, time is a very short time. Nonetheless, if you've missed that Salah, we understand that the prophets have said that you pray that prayer. When you remember it or when you wake up, regardless of the time offering at that time. This will be an exception to the rule. Allahu Allah.

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And Allah on his best. Thank you

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We're gonna go to our next caller of the show now Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line Welcome to the show. What's your name and where are you calling from? My name is I'm calling from

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Imam is

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can we make

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it can you make poor binary for the side? Do you want any deceased deceased or for the deceased sorry. Alright.

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So if we're talking about quarter Bernie and you're talking about the one that is offered

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the time of Hajj. Okay, those who are not going to perform hajj, which seems to be the most of us, and this is a sunnah. Amongst the majority of Odin, some of them are of the obligate view as an obligation. This is for the living, performing your cornea Hajj time, this is for the living, not the dead, not those who have passed away. Okay, so the for Bernie for the time of hedge

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is for the living one, one the sheep would be enough for the household. Okay. Now with regards to having slaughtering an animal and distributing that animal as a sadaqa as a charity for the deceased, this is a separate issue. Okay, that's okay. If you want to distribute sadaqa in the, in the name of a deceased, so maybe you have some animals, they are distributed in that as a charity dedicated to the deceased, then that's fine. Okay. Bear in mind that the separate issue is the Quran if you're talking about the Hajj, this is for the living, not the deceased.

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But if you want to distribute a charity and give charity in the name of a deceased you can do that in sha Allah, Allah. Allah wa Adam.

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Thank you so much for your answer. Thank you so much for joining us today as well. Sure that brings us to the end of our show.

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Thank you to everyone who's tuned in today.

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We're going to be back on Tuesday at the same time inshallah at eight o'clock for an hour live with you brothers and sisters do tune in tomorrow on Sunday at 8pm for our new show, which is asked him and highlights where we take the best questions through the week from our shows and put them together in one show inshallah. So be sure to catch that tomorrow for now As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah

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