Wasim Kempson – Live Ask Eman – May 18th

Wasim Kempson
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of praying in unique ways during difficult times, including the use of salads and hotigrads. They stress the importance of praying before busy days and setting reminders to avoid getting tired. The use of the Quran for warning not to get tired of praying and the importance of finding a partner who is the right person for the relationship. The speakers also touch on the benefits of praying in a war or hot environment and the importance of staying safe during COVID-19.
AI: Transcript ©
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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh two brothers and sisters, old and young. Welcome back to another live you asked Eman. Today we have our share our noble share share who seemed Clemson today to answer any of your questions that you may have regarding Ramadan or just to tell us know how your Ramadan is going in sha Allah the number two coup is oto free 5150769 Otherwise you could we're live on YouTube so if you have any questions please do drop them in the comment section in the YouTube insha Allah so without further ado we go straight into insha Allah Salah kosher YT come Salam rahmatullah wa barakato How are you doing today?

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Receiving many compliments. Okay, masha Allah about what is your what Allah He and there was some brothers are saying that I lived in my 20s. So maybe it will vary.

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I mean, I fought you continue without Masha Allah, may Allah bless them. We

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just have so obviously we're nearing towards the end of Ramadan. Now. We've got around five days left or so. And the question that that's on people's minds is aid and with this lockdown, so what is happening with a prayer in this lockdown?

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Allah will hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Oh, God, could you straight off the bat ask this question, because I think it's on most people's minds. With regards to Salah too late.

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Whether that's going to be on Saturday or Sunday? Lord, we don't know. Don't ask me that question because they know the answer. But with regards to what do we do? Now? I think first and foremost, because it's an issue which the scholars have disputed over and have discussed. And no one is in a position first and foremost, to say, this is how you do it. And there is no other way. Or this is what you're not allowed to do, and that there is no other way. And I think that

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an appreciation for scholarship and appreciation for the different views and opinions that do exist, needs to be

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respected and not just slaughtered, ate for that matter, but with regards to many filthy issues, right?

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It is not correct for us to say in SLM, for example, that this is the view and the only view that is not always the case. There are sometimes other legitimate and valid views.

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That as a beginning that they might have discussed whether you will pray it, some say you do, and some say you don't. So whatever position you do take it it's it is an acceptable view. First and foremost, let's say that, okay, it's not for us to say we're right and when you're wrong.

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There isn't any precedent during the life of the prophet Elisa said that they weren't able to proceed. They were able to pre eat all the time and handle it. And we know that the Prophet salallahu Salam would go out of the masjid into an area just outside maybe like three or 400 meters outside of the restaurant when they pray and they would establish Saturday then everybody would attend. There's no precedent in the life of the prophet, Ellison's. Similarly, in the early times of the whole effort, there's no issue of the establishing eat. Now, there is a couple of narrations from the companions and from them on a SIP pneumonic. And this is, I guess, the strongest evidence

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that is used to say that one who missed the the eight prayer, or if one was unable to that you can then establish it and pray in your family as a congregation, the strongest evidence is pretty much that it's used and the notion is authentic.

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So based upon that, and there is a view to say that you can pray Salah to eat at home with your family, even if you pray alone, you can pray alone, but if you're together at home, then you can pray at home energy amount without any hotbar is no big reminder. You just pray and offer salata aid as you would in,

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in the masjid. So if you begin it with seven turkey right at the beginning and the second raka you do five, then that's how you offer your aid. So however you usually offer your either at home or in the masjid rather, that's how you do it. In your home. There is another view that there are some conditions which are similar to Joomla that you need for people and things like that. And so therefore, if we don't have that then then we wouldn't. It's a valid opinion.

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What seems to be you know, and I think the narration of undisciplined Malakut Aldila is sufficient to say that yes, you can perform Salado either at home with your family

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Do you offer in a way that you would usually offer a doula and with no chutzpah? You mentioned

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Zack, Asia. So they go there you have it. That's how you pray a prayer in these difficult times. We we pray, we pray inshallah we pray that Allah subhanaw taala lifts this whole pandemic of us. We have a first caller on the line, so we go straight into it, Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Hello, and welcome

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my name Cancellara libre character. What's your name and where you're calling from sister. My name is Louise. On I'm calling from London with London. Okay, and what's your question today sister? My question today is you bought mustard and I want to know if that pattern because it contains

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so can you repeat that question again? Got mustard? Okay.

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Um, you want to know

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exactly like is this a very good question. So they brought mustard and it has been a goat or in other in ketchup there's white wine vinegar is that hellos to consume? Not while you're fasting?

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Definitely know that after you break your fast it's okay. It's not a problem for you to use

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toxic cake or make you drink or anything like that those vinegars are fine to use but isn't it later and so not a problem that Allah had was that you only question today

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know exactly what Felicia? So yes, there was this question that I've always wanted to ask and it's what's the difference between Masha Allah and Allah Mubarak you know, these phrases are being thrown around people say martial law long barricade is coming up I know people are gonna be taking pictures sending them to friends family, they're going to get with the Masha Allah looking back which is the correct way which one do we use? Yeah, okay. So Masha Allah, if you want to kind of like tell them how to fish is like a literal translation is means like, what Allah willed? So you see something and this is what Allah will. Okay? But obviously, you know, when you say in English Oh, yeah. You know,

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maybe you walk into somebody's house and they've got a beautiful child and you say, oh, Allah willed doesn't have the same kind of feel about it doesn't so the intended meaning of when you say Masha Allah is what a beautiful thing Allah has Willowbrook? Yeah because the intended meaning behind it.

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The Secondly, with regards to Allah Mubarak, is that you're asking Allah to place baraka to bless that what you have seen,

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when we see something which is nice, good is pleasing to the eye. As the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us that if you see something with your brother or your sister is good, then you should ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless that. Okay? The Allah azza wa jal gives some form of Baraka in whether it's called they have with us a new member of their family, or whether it's a new job that they have or some blessing that Allah has given them. That you ask Allah subhanaw taala to bless that what has been given to them so that no kind of I know evil eye falls onto that, you know, you have it within yourself maybe a little bit jealous of that and you cause the evil eye. So therefore you should as

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as found in the Hadith, the correct way of saying is to Allahumma barik along along a verdict like fee may Allah bless you in and that which whatever that has been given to you sufficing by just saying, masha Allah is okay. But it is better is better to ask Allah Subhana Allah to bless that or that person has been given. Exactly last idea just like that kind of takes up a lot of confusion with people. The other question is from WhatsApp so if you do have any questions on WhatsApp, please do send a message to the WhatsApp number on oh seven four to 2398833. Before we go to the WhatsApp message, we go straight to the caller. Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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What's your name and where you're calling from? My name is Maya. I'm from SoCal. 29.

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Okay, Masha, Allah, what's your question? Today's sister, I've got questions. The first one is

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which is the best

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to read.

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And the second one is was disaster during the month of Ramadan, when you

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really want to say goodbye to Thunderbird

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and you've got very, very sad, I know that you're not able to pay the salary because

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last week,

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although you won't really want to,

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like if it was multiple views, that you couldn't pay the salary. Doesn't know what happened.

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Okay, just Aquila, her sister. So just to understand your second question, you said that you're trying to pray you're doing as much a bed as possible, but you find it quite difficult because you get tired

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You didn't sleep? Is that correct? It's just a one occasion. It wasn't all the time. But usually what I do when I Isha, okay.

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Okay, and so you're wondering what you missed out? Basically on? Yeah. How could you make up? Yeah, I want to be my intention

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and not know what you're saying.

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That's fine. Zach love her sister. So the first question is sadaqa, what is the best form of sadaqa? sadaqa jariya? Who is should we give our money to during these times?

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So the best sadaqa? Or the best charity you can give? Or is that first and foremost is what your own hand earns in terms of math Masataka the best wealth you can earn is that what you earn yourself and the best charity that you can give? Is that what you will spend on your own family? Okay, so this is the best sort of conduct you can give? Is that what you spend on your own family supporting them and looking after them?

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The next question, with regards to what has happened in the past, you were unable to stay awake.

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Due to be very mean very tired. I didn't know you intended to pray. But you know, circumstances were that you were unable to actually offer that prayer due to being so tired. We hope that last point I will reward you for your intention. But isn't it later either?

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In the future nights or whatever nights are remaining now. Then, you know, I'm asked what's better to recite Quran or to pray, but say praying is better. Why? Because praying consists of both recitation and standing on prayer. So you kind of you're doing two things instead of one. So if even if you know you know, you can offer Salah even it was to raka just offered to raka if you're very very tired, at least and you on your back and think just make it stick fun. At the very least make some form of ask Allah subhanaw taala for forgiveness May Allah ask Elijah to to bless you and and so on. And make lots of dua as much as you can. And hope that as part of will answer your

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supplication. Zakah hadisha I pray that answers your question sister if you do have any other questions, please give us a call again. We have another caller waiting on the line so we go to it Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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eyelink Salam brava What's your

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My question was regarding I think a couple couple quarters ago the CHE said that it's okay to have that mustard because the alcohol content was intoxicated you however I was under the impression that things that intoxicate even in large amounts are haram even in small amounts. So I was wondering for some clarification on that. That's fine, but

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there's a good question. So what stops me from taking teaspoon of vodka or whiskey that I won't intoxicating me either. And the rod is right in the Hadith that were intoxicated to small amounts in large amounts intoxicated and therefore is haram in small amounts. Right? So what I said to you in that intro can't possibly intoxicating. That is because it no longer

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and this is a vinegar by the way. Okay, when a when a good woman intoxicate you anyway, that it can't make a drink in the first place. So maybe my answer was a little bit misleading. But Let's hypothetically say, you know, let's, there's a pastry

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appliance that clearly yes, the vinegar can't make you drunk in the first place. That was a little misleading. My answer. I understand. I buy a pastry and you can buy pastries and has alcohol in it. Okay. Okay. Will this high street make me drunk? Even if you I always do eat even if it's physically possible as stuff myself with this, I couldn't become drunk. Why? Because the properties of this alcohol which exist in the pastry are no longer there. Yeah, intoxicating properties are not to there. So this little bow should have added to make clear in a sense that it can't intoxicated because it's intoxicating properties are not there. That spoonful of whiskey or vodka, the

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properties of intoxication are present. Okay, that's where that would be haram. Okay, so if a product contains something which you buy a source, you buy a sandwich, because it's intoxicating properties are no longer there because it's mixed with all of these other ingredients. Then therefore, it's not a problem. Okay, insha Allah, Allah Hi.

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Jackal ahead for the chef for clarifying that. May Allah bless him she Yes, yeah. Well in terms of, you know, cakes and stuff, they might have a bit of rum or anything that is that haram. Yeah. So those cakes or sweets which have a concentrated pot of rum, that rum in itself is is alcohol, which has intoxicating properties. Okay, okay. So then therefore, we'd say that that's not allowed to talk to you. All right. Okay. What if it says vinegar? Like yeah, Venerable vinegar and cakes don't work very well. But let's say for example, you had vinegar, no cake. Vinegar is fine. We're gonna get doesn't intoxicating. There's no problem. Shawn does Aquila harissa chef. So in that you mentioned

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that the alcohol itself is no longer in touch.

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Okay, because it doesn't have the alcohol properties. Yes. What about in terms of gelatine, or salt or sweets and hearables, et cetera. So any sweets we have a company that is whether it's that company or there's there's hundreds of companies that make sweets, but any suite that contains gelatin,

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because at times it doesn't tell you the origin of that gelatin, it could be from fish. But more than likely the gelatin it's made because it doesn't say suitable for vegetarians. It's from a meat source of the most likely to be from pigs. And if it doesn't make a differentiation, it's a bovine bovine gelatin, which is, of course from a cow. Now those animals haven't been slaughtered correctly.

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So it'd be considered from that perspective, how long is notice? Now the second question is that it goes through a process that a chemical change because it's heated at very, very high temperatures, does this change the nature of the chemical nature of this particular product? There are scholars who say yes, a changes is no longer its original form. So therefore, there's no problem eating that there is another view to say no, it doesn't change enough and the impurity remains there. And so therefore, because it represents

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enough of inside the project the product it doesn't completely disappear. Then the jellies and in the you know the most that you can buy, that's what make gives you this kind of like congealed kind of sticky substance so it's still there. And what seems safe all around him is that really those sweets with gelatin, unless it's made clear that is halal, because you can buy

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gelatin and also

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in supermarkets, you know, you look into buy cakes and things like that. And you know, some sweets, they asked for gelatin can find kosher, you can find kosher gelatin, just like packets and things like that. You can because cash of course Jewish food is allowed for us to consume. So you can use your own kind of gelatin as long as it's permissible for us to consume. If it's not permissible, then it should be best avoided to allow that Calaca Russia it's just one of them things that there's a lot of

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opinions on it. And like you said, it's it's kind of being trying to choose what is right show exactly ahead for that clarification. And we have another call on the line. We go straight into it. Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Well,

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what's your name?

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My name is Paulo, and I'm calling from Rockford masala. What's your question today? My question is, you know, on the share of time when the charity time finishes, and the Fajr start, so can we just pray their pajamas and go back to sleep?

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That is that the only question Bravo. Yeah. Thank you. So we so just to understand is that so hard has finished or Saturday has finished and Fisher has come in? Are we allowed to pray straightaway?

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Yeah, yeah, exactly.

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So the question was so hot has finished and frigid has come in. Are we allowed to pray that very second? Yeah. So if that is made, and the time for that Salah has begun, and you want to pray straight away, and you wanna go to sleep? Yeah, no problem, Jonathan. Remember, what I would say is that the morning time for upcard is also a good time to make lots of Epcot. Okay, so you prayed for it, and if you're awake anyway,

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depending on how tired you are, but if you pray your budget early, and spending maybe least 510 Maybe 15 minutes making some earth card in the morning and then you go to sleep. Yeah, this is probably a better thing to do.

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And just whilst to our viewers we, we know that fidget has to Sooners before the actual fight. Can you tell us about the importance and the virtue of these two rakats before Fajr? Yes, so we know that with Salat al Fajr there is a stressed song that we played before and that is to rocker and in the sound Hadith of the Prophet, Inshallah, the line said that there was some said that, like attorney, these two Raka, which are established and prayed before, the Fajr, the prayer or Heydo minute dunya mafia, and that is better than that was dunya this whole world contains.

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So it is really something that the profit isn't it would never ever leave. So we should try to establish that shorter term and it's paid lightly. It's not long to like are you pray to like I lightly before Fajr and there was a great warrior named Jonathan Zack Aloka. Which leads me on to the next question your chef is obviously after Fajr the we know about the Baja prayer. A lot of people do not know exactly what the PRI is. Can you tell us when the tans are prayed how many Iraq has you pray and what the reward is for the Doha prayer? So

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Doha presents a few different names is called salata, Ashok, or salatu. WA.

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Salam o aware been

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the best time for it. Is not too long before salad salad of the hot when the day is going

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If you're living in a hot country days, when the sun is always rising up, so maybe like, if you assume ramboda is like 12 or one o'clock, maybe around like 10 or 11 is the best time to be so lucky to have

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the maximum amount of Doha rockhard of Iraq or the hub is a rocket and we know that the Prophet sallallaahu Selim prayed for money, the money or at record on the Yama when he came into Mecca and this is Allah and prayed eight o'clock at Salah to Doha.

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It is a highly stressed is very good sunnah to practice if you think the gap between Fudger and the horror is maybe the longest but gaps between the salah so therefore is good is something to establish in the morning time with an Italian from it's the blessings that the prophets I seldom said every every person that wakes up there is a hardcore giving sadaqa and every limb of your body that praying salatu ha will suffice that if you were to pray to rocker okay so the amount of limbs that you have giving sadaqa for that if you deploy to Iraq it would suffice that so it is a good sunnah to practice

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is it to pray to to to up to eight yes this is how we feed

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that it is brilliant sets of two so if you want to pray to You can pray to God to pay for four minute by six to six to eight it's up to the maximum age.

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We actually have a caller from Bangladesh Masha Allah to auricula I'm not sure what the time in Bangladesh is but I'm going to have a wild guess and these people have already broken their first so Masha Allah like me because the first time

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Yeah, yeah, masha Allah hope you guys are having a good if blah, and maybe even so now. So straight to the question Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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My name is Sanjeev and my question is, what does the Quran say about da girls parents who refuse to get their daughters married to the boys who are jobless? Is it allowed to marry without a job? And and what does the Quran say about the boys who have job but do not want to marry rather enjoy outruns

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and this is my question. Zack law farrier Bravo. So the question was, just to extrapolate a little bit from the question is can you marry without being financially stable? per se? Yeah, if you don't have a job, etc.

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So there's not a yes or no answer.

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That you know, the context of where where people are living will differ.

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The requirements and their situations you may if somebody has a well off family, but doesn't himself doesn't have a job, but he's fairly well off. You could have circumstances like that. I think that if we listen to what the prophets I seldom told us because it is important, what does the Quran say concerning a man who doesn't have a job and getting the Quran in general doesn't mention the specifics. But the Quran mentions kind of guidelines and principles and how to lead our lives. And that we find the practice of the Prophet alayhi salam and his Hadith and his tradition is an explanation of that what you find in the Quran? Yes, marriage is mentioned. Yes, divorce is

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mentioned in the Quran. But not to this detail that the brothers are asking me and I will bless him and his family. So we know that the Prophet alayhi wa sallam said from the man's perspective, that a woman is married for four reasons, and the best and the most important reason to marry a woman is for the Father with that it didn't tell you, but you're the one who has religion, that's the most important thing you should be looking for. Okay, that will make you happy. But doesn't mean you ignore beauty and things like this. Or you can even look for that, of course, simulate from the woman's perspective that the professor said, if somebody comes to you to Bono, who they know who

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will hold over with you, if you're happy with their religion, you're happy with their manners, their conduct, the merit that individual, okay, it doesn't necessarily mean or it isn't not mentioned, if you're happy with their Deen their manners and their money. It didn't mention money, okay. And sometimes, because we can't get away from the fact that there are financial obligations upon the husband, for his wife can't get away from that, okay, no one's pretending to say whoa, just get married. And you know, there are there are no obligations there are there are certain responsibilities that need to be fulfilled. And if a person does something for the sake of last

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month, rather than all that available, will provide for him. However, it is the release responsibility, the father's responsibility to make sure that his daughter, okay, he was looked after for however many years and he spent on her and she's protected and she's safe. He's not just going to let her go somewhere. She's going to be in a place of suffering and difficulty. Okay, that doesn't mean she has to walk out of one place and walk into a palace or she has to walk out from your home into something which is perfectly made. It doesn't work like this, okay. So you have to be reasonable with regards to the circumstances and where you are living and what they can provide.

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Okay, the most important thing is religion Deen. They fear Allah subhanaw taala they have good conduct they have good good manners, that they will treat each other in

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The correct way. And then of course, the responsibilities that are upon the husband is that he needs to, you know, financially support her. If he's unable to do that, okay? That he marries her and then she's just going to sit in a room and you can't do nothing for her and she will live a very difficult life and you have to make a decision whether you want this to happen or not. Okay, I'm not saying that's haram. What I'm saying is that you need to make a decision all parties this is what I want to do in the future. So what I would say is that you know, people need to kind of lower the threshold as to what they're leaving and going into it doesn't need to be Villa doesn't need to be

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Palace, but needs to be just something reasonable. Milan Zakka, la feria chef.

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So we exactly heard from from alquila from Bangladesh. So we have another international cool so this time is from Ethiopia, masha Allah Tabata Kala, we go straight into it. So Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Hello alikom

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Are they alive? Ricardo, what's your name? Brother? My name is Mohammed. Masha Allah. And what's your question today, Baba? I'm asking about tahajjud and when is the best play the where's the best? When's the best time to pray? tahajjud and this application for making the place the place to make dua like is it on record, or unscheduled?

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Zakah so the question was what's the best time to pray? 200 Yeah, the best time to pray tahajjud and we're how do we make dua for like our own doors?

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Just out of curiosity, what's the time in Ethiopia at the moment?

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It is 847 Yeah. Oh, Pa also is only two hours ahead, masha Allah have you not broken your path yet?

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Sorry. Have you broken your fast? Yeah, we did. We did.

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Masala Hamdulillah. May Allah accept it, brother. I mean,

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so without without giving the proper waiting. So the question is, how should we pray? 200 What's the best time and when do you make a request to do this session? Okay, so the best time for the night prayer is in the last third of the night. You work that out? By finding out the how many hours between the solitary Muslim and Salat al Fajr. And then you however many hours that is the divided by three and then you'll find the first middle and the last third of the night. So the last that is the best.

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The best dua that you can make well in Ramadan,

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the best thing you can say into one of the best things you can sit alone in the car for one to hit well off one, which is the advice that was given to shut up the line by the prophet sal Allahu Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So this is a frequent dua that we should be making in the last nights of Ramadan. Allah whom in fall under HIPAA law for 510 Allah you are the one who pardons you will have to pardon so pardon me say this as frequently and as much as you can. Okay?

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The best time while you're in Salah is when you're in sujood. In Salah when you're in sujood This is a perfect time when you are prostrating and humbling yourself to Allah subhanaw taala for you to make dua as you like, if you're praying alone, you can make it as long or as short as you like, okay, imploring and ask lots of Panatela to answer your supplications. And you should know that Allah subhanahu is called upon that he will answer the the the supplications of His servants Zakka hydroshare. In terms of the night prayer, we're obviously trying to make the most out of it in these last two nights of Ramadan. And you mentioned earlier that praying is better than just reading Quran

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because you're reading outstanding. In terms of the number of brackets praying some people pray eight, some people won't the most common is is a and 20 which one has more reward?

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Because by default, someone might say 20 has more because more cards more cards, is that true? So

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ignore claim, he talks about this actually, what is it better for you to perform more like art or to perform longer character.

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And with the longer

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like either there is a longer standing, obviously, because of the recitation that you are making, as with

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the more like ad that you're making, there's more frustration you're making. So there's a valid argument on both sides as to what's preferred because obviously, when you're standing, you're reciting the Quran, which is the best vicar the best remembrance a person can make, which is the Quran. This is on one side, and another person may say, Well, I'm making lots of prostrations and that's the closest I will be to be to my Lord. So it's not a given for both.

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However, the actions of the Prophet Ellison's alum can be

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deciding matter for us that as a shout out the Allahu Anhu innovates that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would pray eight to like add in Ramadan and outside Ramadan wouldn't go above that. And then after that, he would add three Witter. Now this number isn't a strict number, meaning that you can't go above that

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it okay, because we have the actions of honorable habra, the rhino in establishing what are we meaning to be 20 Roccat

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this is what he saw to be favorable at that time and it's within his own he had and his own rulings on that matter. Absolutely fine. The profit item said, or they can be Sunette. He was from little hola hola Charlene and Maddie unibody. You follow my son and the son of the Rightly Guided caliphs, and from them is honorable photogra Dylan. No person is saying what is the very best I would like to say I'd say that the actions of the prophet Elijah said Mr. pist. But if a person wants to do more than that, and that doesn't mean that you're going on and above that what the prophet is good because even if you pray at like that, there's a highly unlikely you're going to pray like the

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Prophet alayhi salam when he prayed ate the record, because he would treat it like a very, very long, very, very long and for most of us, we can't do that. Yeah, okay. We can't stand for 3456 hours and salah, so it's easier for me to make more like ADD, okay, and they feel there's more achievements and injures in me in praying like this, it gives me a lot more time to rest. So, from this perspective, you do what is inshallah is more closer to your heart, that you feel more relaxed and concentrated in your Salah than you do in Charlotte teller bearing in mind what I've just mentioned Zakka Horatia. So that that's kind of the answer for anyone who's thinking about should

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they do eight or 20, shallows wherever you feel more comfortable and the one that allows you to get closer to Allah subhanaw taala in this blessed days of Ramadan, so we have another caller on the line, we go straight to it. Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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Malik, salaam la la, what's your name? I'm recording from

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Maryam, my name is Mariam.

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I'm calling from London, masha Allah, and what's your question?

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My question is regarding

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someone taking a loan to study nursing.

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So having that loan, can you do sadaqa? In that loan? Or?

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You can?

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Are you referring to the Maintenance Loan? Yes, the Maintenance Loan.

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Okay. So the Maintenance Loan given by Student Finance? Yeah, given by Student Finance? That's correct. Exactly.

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So the question is, this is not the loan taken from a bank robber is taken from Student Finance, England, is a Maintenance Loan given to the student Are you allowed to give sadaqa on to the Maintenance Loan you shouldn't take out,

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it's not ask you to take the Maintenance Loan, the the loan that you will take out for your studies is a separate issue.

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Some of the relevant permit that because I see it as a form of investment from the government, others see it as problematic due to its based upon inflation situations, and there may be kind of verbally or interest kind of attachment to that. So there's a legitimate difference between okay, if you've taken it out, you've taken it on your Patreon studies. You know, may Allah make it easy for you.

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The maintenance you shouldn't take, you shouldn't take out a maintenance. Because as completely separate from your studies, it's difficult to justify to take that out.

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point being that if you have a loan, am I allowed to give charity as long as you're fulfilling the agreement of paying back the loan, that by you given charity does not delay the person that you owe money to or the institution that you owe money to, then it's allowed for you to give charity? Okay, it's allowed for you to give charity, just as long as you're not delaying the individual or institution in the money that is owed to them. They are a priority of you giving sadaqa the debt that you have is a priority to be paid off, rather than you giving sadaqa but this allowed for you as long as you as I mentioned, don't delay. Those who own

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that class I just share and I pray that person that their studies are going well. In short, a lot of Tyler we have another cool on the line is Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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This is Basil speaking from Cardiff, Wales.

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I just wanted to ask the sheikh what the procedure should be, but Eve

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Allah at home, because there seems to be a debate on whether we should pray it at all or how it should be performed, etc.

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We won't be doing it in massages or et cetera. So what's his advice on that please? Zack, Allah had a brother for the very good question. Brother. We have many of these questions coming through the chef. May Allah bless him have answered this question already. Just for the interest of time brother. I would say if you could watch it again on the YouTube is on the YouTube page at the Man channel.

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This particular episode is live at the moment so you could rewind and watch the answer the chef has given um just for the interest of time. Have you got any other questions?

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No, that was my only question at the moment. I do apologize but those it's just that we're trying to answer as many of the on answered questions, if possible, I do pray that you understand is that Allah had sent our money can we go to the straight to the other? Caller Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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Salaam Rama to lay your Baraka through my question is a and I'm sorry, before we do Salah we do or do we clean up faith and would fit because why the god? How much you make beautiful my soul, make my beautiful face make my beautiful body. Then we stand in front of God we pray Salah archy stoneside When they after dead, they should die flower in that they put in the grave. I never seen the people talking. So I asked him to move this job. This is going heaven.

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Let's just move on to the next quote in sha Allah. So salaam Malik Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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now I can Kula

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alikom Estella, Malik

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Malik Salam, lava katha, bravo, what's your name and where you calling from? My name is Malik calling from Birmingham? And my question is regarding de la vie if it is John Donne outside?

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And when make it too long and make any kind of draws in it? Or does it have to be brief?

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Does that

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sound so? Is that the only question brother? Yes, exactly enough add some

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links in our blog Ricardo. So the question was in Tilawat, there's a day that when you're reciting do you make that as a doll Do you just keep on reciting it as normal?

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So if somebody is reciting the Quran outside of the prayer,

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there are certain ayat which represent like a set in a draft form.

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Data and I will have learned I've been doing Kurama though many to ask like the solopreneur attina for dunya Hassan our fellow karate has an open door.

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These are drugs and if your your intention when reciting that they are a derive for you. Then yes, that's that's absolutely fine. Anyway, I'm a little vignette that your actions are by their intention. And so not only Charlotte, Allah you are if this is what the question is, whether hundreds are located is asking that during the recitation that if when I passed by certain ayat, which are

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also a DUA, and I intend with that recitation of the meaning of the draft as well, then that's no problem. Chantal is exactly what I said.

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In terms of so we don't have much time a wish we can keep it going to solve so many questions that Muller had everyone for tuning in. Just Just a point on the eighth eighth salah is the arrangement for during this lockdown. Obviously this is all on people's minds. So if you can watch today's episode today in sha Allah to answer because it should have answered that question on YouTube is a very first question. So you should should watch the start of the episode in Charlotte Zack Allaha shell have you got any final words in the last 10 seconds? 10 seconds. Mashallah non-official. Make sure you don't allow any night pass except that you're making pm and Dre and sadaqa does that Kamala

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hade take care see you later Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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