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bla bla bla

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Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Somali come around to buy here baraka to welcome to today's Ask him and show brothers and sisters because we here with you as usual live over the next hour to take your questions and get them answered for you authentically according to the Quran and Sunnah. So brothers and sisters, we're going to start with a reminder inshallah from Chef was

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a lot of mana Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa salatu salam ala Allah, I should be able to see the Muslim while early he was that big man you couldn't have got there. Yeah, you usually have introduced and the telephone numbers and things like that. So I ask Allah Subhana Allah to accept all from all the buttons, sisters.

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Contrary to popular knowledge, Ramadan is not over 27 from his past, but Ramadan is not over, we still have some nights left some days left to fast. And I would encourage with button sisters to

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push right to the very end and show Allah subhanaw taala that you're not in it just for the 27th night that you're not in, in Ramadan just for a few nights a year. But rather you are displaying your servitude and your humbleness to Allah subhanaw taala every single day on one

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remembering that

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did not do that didn't just look for one night. The companions that are the lion who didn't look for one night, rather, they would strive every night. And they would strive beyond Ramadan. And it's also important for us, I think to think about

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not too much at the moment because we're still engaged in Ramadan, but have some goals about beyond Ramadan, it's good to plan as well.

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That were not Muslim for one month, a year, when when Muslims and serve Allah subhanaw, Taala 12 months a year.

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But the positive that you can take out this month, then try to have them stay with you. After this month, whether it you know, if you're praying at home, because you know many people who say, Well, you know, I go to the masjid and I pray to Allah, we the things are facilitated for you things on a plate for you, you don't have to do too much. However, if you've done it at home, if you prayed that I'll hit home, you pray for me, I'm at home, this is enough proof that you can do it outside of Ramadan, okay? And it doesn't have to be

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everything facilitated for you place there for you. This is to show you show yourself more or more that you can do this. So establishing the light prayer from time to time. And obviously you have to establish every night. But from time to time, you know, pray some family. It doesn't even have to be the last third of the night. Some of it isn't well, you know, if you're gonna pray early in the night, have the Jays it's absolutely allowed if you want to pray some of the night prep earlier after so little Asia, Elijah is that's allowed for you the virtue in the last third Yes, it's better. But maybe you can't get up early in the morning or late part of the night. You know, it's

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for whatever reason, and offer earlier in the night, making dua to Allah Allah to Allah to Allah point being that some of the good habits some of the positives that you have established in this month, then try to keep them going somewhat inshallah Tada in the coming months, starting with six days of show word, if you can start with that inshallah Tada. Try to, you should make your days up first from any foreign you're missing from Ramadan, make those up first. And then follow them up with six days of show URL. And then you have the reward of an entire year in Thai, which is an amazing opportunity for us. So these are some things I was just thinking about. And our last

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panelist, so o'clock

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so Salam alikoum we're gonna go now to our first caller of the show 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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Mashallah, what's your name?

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How you have sir?

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How are you?

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Would you like to ask your question? I'm good, thank you. And hamdulillah if you're listening to me through your TV, use your phones.

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then okay, otherwise the sound is going to be very delayed and we're not going to hear each other. Yeah. Thank you so much, sir. And your question is playing chess Hello.

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Okay then do you have any other questions? No. Okay, so you can stay on the line for your answer or you can hang up and listen on your TV and shop. Okay.

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So with regards to chess

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and those games

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which are a couple of issues involve the building of these

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little character caricatures characters.

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It's just like to play many of the elements they say it is disliked, to pay chess to play chess. And if you can find another kind of game and it's not haram I'm not saying that you're sinful for playing but it's disliked to play and if you avoid it, but the thing is we've disliked if you avoid it for the sake of argument you're rewarded for that okay. So as disliked according to many of the relevant and ignored claim rahamallah famous scholar, he has a book called

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The name will come to me he has a book about you know, games, enjoying yourself and things which will will benefit you as well. And you mentioned about shorter lunch in Arabic is called a shorter lunch, say the majority of the ornament that dislike it. And not a Saturday. Okay.

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Just like Lakeisha

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Huff say still on the line.

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Okay, Jankowski is gone. But I think you said you didn't have any more questions. So we're gonna move on.

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So brothers and sisters, for everyone watching at home, if you'd like to give us a call and ask your questions, then you call us on. Oh, 203-515-0769. And now I think we have another caller on the line. So 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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Welcome salaam, Brother, how you handle? How are you? I'm very well just cycle ahead and your question.

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to question our first question is basically,

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if you're in the same room with your nun, widow Mahara, and there's other non Muharram

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husbands within the same group, is it permissible for you to have a conversation with them whilst you're in the same room? But as far as I know, that from one of these callers, lecture statistically

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encourage your Mathurin to mix with non Muslims, and you're not a man.

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And secondly, my second question is basically, regarding the folks playing at home. Normally, I know Margaret Fajr and Aisha first allows me to recite aloud.

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If you recite if we don't recite the loudly you get the same syllable

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for the prophets, but another we follow when we recite now.

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Thank you so much, my brother, do you have any more questions? Not I said, Brother. May Allah bless you. So brother, you can tune into your TV show, let's listen to the answers or you can stay on the line. For everyone else watching at home, you can give us a call on Oh 235150769 to ask your questions inshallah.

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Right, so

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this is an important question, since that age is coming up, and families

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actually with a lockdown, maybe it won't happen. But if there is social distancing, you know, is is followed, which is the guidelines are given to us.

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So talk in general, that in Islam, we do have guidance, or guidelines concerning the interaction of a son, and the his parents or her parents, okay, a daughter. And likewise, there's guidance between those brothers and sisters, there's guidance between husband and wife, how we should interact with one another. There is also guidance concerning how we will interact with non Muharram people, between the males and the females. Okay. And we find in Islam, that there isn't an open mixing of the males and females who are not related in this manner. This is the guidance that a lot of adequate Allah gave to us. Now, this doesn't prevent a person going shopping, going about their

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normal business from day to day know what you need to do, you need to do, but with regards to and we don't want to cover this with oh, it's family. It's keeping up family ties, and then it's fitting it occurring. Meaning that you and it can happen. Let's not be, you know, it doesn't happen. We're family and what

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Not what cousins and things like that or the distant relatives, Islam looks to prevent things from starting from the, from a very long way doesn't allow things to fester or doesn't allow things to be brought about.

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So what I would say is that it is better to have the males and the females who are not Muharram to have their own space. Okay, and if there's a passing in home and this and that ceremony Kumarakom salam how are you I'm the lamb fine and whatnot Okay, no problem Charlotte Allah more saying that everyone has to kind of like shy away and stuff a little over you know, in your home and somebody's visiting, you know what to expect. No one's saying be rude. No one's saying being disrespectful. Okay. But there are some guidelines which Allah Allah can allow everybody to enjoy their own time in this space be in the late Allah.

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Circle, aka Chef, thank you so much. Our next question is going to be from WhatsApp.

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But I believe the brother asked the second question, which was about

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I think we'll come back to on Simon Bridgman brochure. My mind's will blank. Yeah, I know. He said something about you get the same reward. Yeah, got it. Yep. Yeah. So

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the book was asked him with a loud praise. So fragile mother of inertia, the Son, the practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is to say them out loudly. Now when I say loudly, it's not like that there was a volume okay, that there was quiet and there was loud like one and there was 10 If you think about it, you know how loud you can speak. It's not either one, they'll have an asset and then shouting and loud as you can for the other press know what I mean? When we say louder, so audible prayers, maybe it's probably a more appropriate way or appropriate word audible. And that is that as I'm speaking now or as you're speaking to yourself, you will start reciting like this. Okay? And so

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that those if there's anybody praying with you that they can hear you, but with regards to a lot of the horror Nassetta that they said very, very quietly, that the maybe just yourself can hear okay.

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This is the practice of the prophets that I said to say them out audibly loud, you know, that you can hear

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if a person prayed them quietly, the prayers valid number one, but you have abandoned the Sunnah. You have not practice what the prophets Allah taught us. Now, it really goes back to that person. Now why they are praying them quietly, if it is that they are intentionally and always then praying them quietly. Yes, the prayer is valid Inshallah, but you are leaving the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and this should not be done especially with regards to the prayer. When we have been told by the prophets I seldom praise you have seen be praying. If it was done on as a one off by mistake or whatever the case may be, okay, no problem. But in the future, you should pray the

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prayer as we were taught, and not for you to pray as you like. So these prayers are said out loudly, should be said audibly, that you can hear yourself quite clearly. And Allah's pattern is best. So

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our next question off to our next call. So As salam o Alikum, to our next caller of the show, welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from? Salaam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu yourself?

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My brother, how are you today? Alhamdulillah How are you both?

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Remind me of your name? It's a man bought it from Birmingham? That's masala how's your Ramadan been so far?

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Probably two more or less but 100 Allah Subhan Allah.

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May Allah accept from us? I mean from our meeting shall Allah and your question brother. The question is regarding the path of Shabbat Inshallah, Donna what is the evidence from the practice of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam? And should those be six days

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consecutively? Or could they be

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over the whole month of Shawwal in general?

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Okay, do you have any other questions my brother does this all the time being inshallah and he didn't say that if we don't have a chance to talk with Zack.

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Exactly like it really comes down from Florida to it. We're gonna move on to our next caller now, rather than how methodical we're gonna get to your question after our next call inshallah. So, I said, Mr. You come to our brother or sister on the line, what's your name? And where are you calling from?

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And your question, I've got two questions.

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You can go ahead

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take your time was fine.

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Thank you.

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When you pray, and you've come across these verses to talk about the other.

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Other let's talk about Jana can we like seek refuge like they protect me from Jahannam was praying in Arabic.

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And the other question is, and I've heard that mcommerce festival in some you can't read this, but I

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Look, are you allowed to listen to it?

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To listen to the Quran recited in my comment listening to recite is will recite.

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Okay. Alright, do you have any other questions? No, no, no.

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Okay, sorry. What was your second question? Your first round? Can you list

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it when you're praying, and you come across verses to talk about Jahannam Can you speak?

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Sorry, I didn't try to download remembering questions very well.

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Soon as they said my memory goes blank. Thank you so much for your call Miller or do so just stay tuned to Sharla and that will shift will answer your question. So our first question was from homothetic from Birmingham, her methodic sorry,

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from Birmingham regarding how to foster six days of show one so the Prophet ra says I'm a sound Hadith said whoever forced Ramadan and then from Tibet or who said dementia world and then follows up with six days of show world then they have the reward of at the heart of the entire year.

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Understanding this hadith number one is that it is allowed for you to start fasting these days of Shawwal the day after salata late, so the second of your world, you can start fasting these days.

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Secondly, is that they do not need to be six days consecutive. Meaning that you can force them

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every other day, three in one go. And then three later or in twos, you have the

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the whole month, the fast the six days, in a way that you you find easy, most people

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and the advice that they have given is that after fasting Ramadan

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that the quicker you fast these days of Shabbat the better, the easier it is honestly, the better, the easier it is for you. Because obviously we're in the the

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the fasting kind of mode at the moment, and Alhamdulillah we fasted like you know what? The 27 day for us. So if you have one day off is allotted even a couple of days off, no problem. But to get back into the fasting kind of routine is a good thing, it's easier for you to then make those six days, as opposed to person delays, delays and gets used to eating and things you have to kind of start again. And then they go through the kind of pangs of hunger if you like or if they find fasting difficult that is

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and bearing in mind that as you go late in other days might be getting a bit longer.

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So it is an extra incentive there. Maybe for you if you want to finish the race quicker

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to do it because the days will be shorter. Lorna. Thank you. Our next question was

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about seeking refuge from the verses when you recite them in your salah or when they are about the hellfire. So I shouldn't erase this, the wife of the messenger SallAllahu Sallam in the PM, that whenever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would pass by year two will either he would seek refuge in a lot of Allah Kota Isla

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and when

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to do with a nerim to ask Allah, Allah to bless him and grant him that. So this is a sound practice of the Prophet Elisa children. So if a person does that in their nephila prayer, and this is allowed for me.

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Thank you, Chef, our next question was regarding the citation style of Muhammad, are you allowed to listen to it? Yeah. So in in, in, in brief of brief, the mahkamah are the different modes, moving modes, different ways of reciting in terms of the way that you are going to the sounds,

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the tone, the melody, if you like, how the Quran will be recited, there's different views concerning that.

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But listening to it, it is the Quran. At the end of the day, it is the Quran. There's no changing any meanings or is adhering to Tajweed and whatnot. So regarding that, then inshallah Tada, it is permissible

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for you to listen to that.

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Thank you Sure.

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This question is from my ignorance, because

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I'm from Morocco, we don't have mahkamah. Right? And you know, over here as well I know Quran to be a certain style, listening to it from Mecca, you know, growing up and then here as well when I learnt it. So just Where Where does my comments come from? And is it permissible? I'm gonna say Yeah, question is, like I said, from my ignorance, yeah, so the mahkamah is an area of admissions. Again, there's not a speciality of mine. But it is

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to do with the melodious nature of how you will recite the Quran

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there are different views as you say certain countries don't do that Egypt is very well known. Yeah. Different Egyptian Quran

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aware of the different types of maklumat meaning melodies, that you will recite the Quran with regards to his origins and things like that. I mean, Allah Allah, to be honest, I don't know.

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But you know, there's some scholars have spoken about it with his origins.

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And whether it is falls into areas of a trickle of falls into areas of over emphasizing some of the way that the Quran is recited. The scholars have spoken about that but in the end, I mean they are reciting Quran is now changing. And the words that have been said from Kitab Allah from the book of Elijah, LaWanda, that camera Tajweed or the rulings of Tajweed are

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are being employed implemented for so from that perspective, it's okay, not a problem. It's just with regard to the melodious nature whether that falls into excessiveness and Allah's punishment. Thank you should just clarify again, it was just from my ignorance nopcommerce is very beautiful to listen to. There's a great reciters of the past that I will revert and respected. But again, just not me to not to make things complicated for everyone watching at home. Just wanted to clarify *, that we are speaking about something different than the tanker at you. We're not talking about

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not Docker. I'm Tomba from the melodious nature, the way that it is actually the words are said in terms of how the person will recite not the words themselves, the melodious nature of Yeah, so there's, there's democracy is the federal arts, the Federal Art is more different styles. Yes, yes. Okay. We're gonna move on to our next question. So As Salam Alikum to our next caller, welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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My name is Lana. And I'm calling from Aberdeen. Mashallah. And how old are you? Eight years old? Eight years old. How much of Ramadan? Have you fostered so far? I've managed this last three whole days. Three whole days. Wow. And these days, the fast is so long as well. Was that difficult?

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Yeah, but it was

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too difficult. Oh, wow. 100. Allah, Allah made it easy for you. I found it quite easy myself as well. So we thank Allah for that. Right?

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Your question?

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I've got two questions. Okay. The first one is, why are there so many Czech beers or Allahu Akbar? Allahu Akbar, during the law. Okay.

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And the second question is, how do we perform the EEG career at home now that we are in the lockdown?

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How to perform a prayer in lockdown. All right, then. Do you have any other questions? No. Okay, so you can either stay on the line to listen to your answer on the phone, or you can hang up and watch on your TV. Okay.

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Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. So, yeah, why did this have you take up a lot in, in ESA last year? Right. So very good question. And

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just Alana, and yes, it's called three times before. Yeah. And what the most outstanding feature

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of our young sister is her Manas Norma app, absolutely impeccable manners mashallah America and that also is a reflection of what parents parents hear the reflection of good parents. So, this is the the most important thing and this means so much to me, and it should for all of us as Muslims, in teaching our children to have manners and a child of eight years old, who presents themselves in such a confident

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and humble manner at the same time is a tribute to Masha Allah to her parents, I asked lots of us panel data to to bless the family, every single one of them and to bless all Muslims, and allow us to follow the way in the Sunnah, and the characters of the Prophet sallallahu.

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So if we look carefully to the verses in Surah, Al Baqarah, in the verses of fasting starts from around 183 100, verse 183, you go through the verses, and then we get to a verse where Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, it took me about a day and that you will complete this time wisely to cut build Allah, and that you will make mention of Allahu Akbar. Groan magnifying Allah subhanaw taala during these days, so on the day of Eid, before you reach the Eid prayer, what

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What are people saying? They're saying Oh,

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battle battle Akbar

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Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar while in hand and this is a good sunnah for all of us to practice inshallah Tada from the time of market, okay the night before, once we know each other tell her that he is going to be coming the next day. There's no todo here that night. Praise Allah subhanaw taala by saying lots and lots and lots of tick view. Allah is the Greatest Allah is the Greatest Allah is the Greatest. Of course, we're going to say in Arabic Allahu Akbar. But it's also important for you don't understand what you are saying when you say Allahu Akbar. You're saying Allah is the greatest, greatest what anything you can imagine in this universe, Allah is greater than that.

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And subhanAllah the fact that we had patients or young sister foster three days, many of us we fasted for the whole month, part of the month, on the day of Eid. As the officers have said, this is a day of Eid is a day of celebration. And it is for everyone. Not one person on this day to go hungry. No one should have no no unnecessary where they've got no food. Therefore, the counterfeiter is given to everybody. Everybody will eat in this day, everybody will be happy. And in the Salah as well. Even in the Salah, we say Allahu Akbar seven in the first five in the second.

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And this goes along with what I mentioned in the first and sort of Bukhara what he took up the role so that you will magnify the remembrance of Allah subhanaw taala. So it's not the reason but as many HECM is from the wisdoms, and we can extrapolate and take from the verse that Allah tells us in the verses of fasting, that you will

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magnify by saying magnify Allah delivered by saying Allahu Akbar and this falls into the before Salah and also within your prayer. Allah vida, thank you so much. And the next question was how do we perform an Eid Salah during lockdown? Okay, so but there are many of us, okay, up to four different opinions actually on with the gods to facilitate it whether you pray or you don't pray and if you do pray at how you're going to pray

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you would pray essentially under the view that you can pray and you pray as you would pray, if you go to the masjid or you go outside in a park. So in the first Aloka, you will say Allahu Akbar seven times, recite Surah Fatiha, then you recited sort of that I let somebody has metal because

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then you complete that Ico and then you come up, and then you say, Allahu Akbar five times Surah Al Fatiha and then you recite how to attack a hadith of last year. So as an associate and you finish the Salah,

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and this is how you do inshallah Tada.

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This is

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Onyx. Next question is going to be

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from WhatsApp.

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For everyone watching at home. If you'd like to give us a call to ask your questions, then dial Oh 235150769 And we actually have another caller on the line. So as salam Wa alaykum 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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My name is Sam sister and your question.

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I have two questions. One is health related and one is regarding

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my first question is, Is

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there nothing in the world can you do it standing up or sitting down? Or how is it recommended for you to play?

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You can do it to aim down but you shouldn't do it sitting down but other things that you can do standing up. That's my first question.

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Is health related and orderlies.

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I've got a three month old baby who's been having constant tummy pains and I've been trying to look for a brother can recite to make her feel better. I've tried NBL and medication.

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She's very young but yeah, so I don't know if there's Eduardo

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Alright, then Sister, you can stay on the line to listen to your answer or you can turn on your TV. Yeah, if you have any questions if you want to stay on line if you want follow up with any questions after that. You're very welcome to shop. Okay. So the first question was concerning the National Prayer. Now in the national prayer with the voluntary prayer, it is permissible for you to stand and pray and to sit down and pray. Bearing in mind if you sit down and pray Thy goodness will adhere to that you get half of the reward. Okay, but it is allowed for you. Okay, in the Neville pray, so if you want to stand stand, if you want to sit down, you sit down, you're gonna start standing as much

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as you can and then you can't stand anymore. You want to continue sitting down after that, then that's okay for you. As there is

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a well known principle with regards to the never use user for nerf elite molar user feels

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that it is allowed for

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do certain things in the voluntary prayer that are not allowed in the obligatory prayer, the obligatory prayer is a bit more strict in what you you can and you can't do the nephrol prayer, you are allowed to sit down, okay? But you get half the reward.

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And Alana is best secular Fisher and the regarding stomach pain for the baby sister lesson is any doll for it.

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So if you've got baby who's three months old, it's likely they're suffering from colic that I was thinking, yeah, a lot of babies, they get this and sometimes they get reflux and things like that. Okay. So there was a couple of things. First thing is to take

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notes necessarily means that you can, it's not different causes the reasons behind that the doctors aren't exactly don't know why or law firm reason there's a few kind of theories.

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But you can there are some some medicines that can be taken that may help with colic.

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Of course, I would advise you to take medical advice or not, I'm not a medical professional. But there are certain things that may help there may not help a lot on his list. Secondly, with regards to Islamic practice, like for any of us

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Solothurn Fatiha is a great thing

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for us to use with regards to a Shiva and one of the names of the Fatiha is a Shiva the cure. So, if you place your hand and sometimes massaging the stomach can help, okay. And you place your hand over the

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the area of pain even for yourself or anyone and you recite Surah Fatiha

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an odd number of times. Okay, after each recitation after a special taste recitation of Fatiha that you bloat like this spittle on the area of where the person or the baby in this situation is feeling some discomfort. And you can do this in Charlotte as regularly as you want to seeking she felt that a lot of other Khattala will give ease and she felt to your baby icicles pantalla to Bless you. Bless your family bless your newborn baby three months old. And Allah's patter makes it easy for you. I mean,

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I mean, thank you so much. Since then you still on the line.

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Okay, for everyone else watching at home, you're able to give us a call on oh two or 35150769 Ask your questions. You can also send your questions to our WhatsApp number, email address. If you're watching from outside of the UK, then you're able to give us a call using our WhatsApp number as well. The same one you can text your questions to you can also use that to give us a call on as well in Sharla. So our next question shift is going to be from WhatsApp. And our question is will take in an injection as medication break my fast

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so it depends what the injection is for.

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So I can't answer a cannon injection.

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It really depends what you what you're taking.

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Or taking some kind of vaccination, it's fine. If it doesn't break your fast. If you're taking some form of a painkiller, then it's okay as well. If you're taking insulin as well, it's okay inshallah Tada. So these are okay, so with injections, they might be intravenous ones, where the person has been

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has been supplied with with a water bag or whether we're kind of what they call it

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through intravenous that other than that, that's a different issue. So it's a very broad question, include many things but the three that I don't that I did mention doesn't break your fast. If it's not one of those two, maybe you can ask a personal knowledge that you can explain what the situation is in short, circular shift. Our next question is do you have to pay zakat on pension contributions? If zakat was paid for an amount of gold? I think there's a number of questions here. So that's the first one. Yeah, so the pension is that the one you're going to collect upon retirement, that up until that time, you don't have access to that wealth, so therefore you don't have

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the ability to use it. So there's no zakat on it. You stop paying does occur when you receive it. And that's when you pay one year on it and Chinatown. Thank you. Sure. Next question. If zakat was paid for an amount of gold, only to later find out the rate of gold was incorrect, and I should have paid a higher, higher amount. I already gave charity thinking my zucchetti was paid, do I have to pay the additional difference? Or will the charity I paid off to be okay without making the intention for the for the Zakat. Okay. So with regards to a bed with regards to worship, it's not just the action doing it, but what precedes that is the intention okay. Now because your intention

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was to give some Zeca and then the other tension intention was for sadaqa we cannot retrospectively go back and say well the sadaqa would cover this a cat that I missed out on Okay. May Allah subhanaw taala increase you may Allah spend will give you back more, but because your intention was for sadaqa you will now be required

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For whatever short amount you have with regards to yours occur, you will need to pay the inshallah Taylor and don't forget, we manufacture machine for in Allah you holy for whatever you spend Allah subhanaw taala will give you that more. Okay, so mastercontrol Accept to me me. So

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our next question is how can someone pays a cattle fitter when mosques are closed? Yeah, so

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the cattle fitter a lot of people just

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and I think the whole is the cattle fitter kind of setup we have in the UK needs to be looked at. I'll be honest with you, the whole setup was like guttural feta needs to be relooked at

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maybe 90% of people. They turn up in the morning before salata lead and put five pounds in a box and that's it. Now, yes, you have to give the cattle feta before salata eight

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now but the correct view and Alana is best is as a counterfeiter can be paid in the form of money with the view that that money is then going to be used to purchase food

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to feed poor people if you're not putting money in people's hands with as a cattle cattle

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so I think there's not necessarily time to do that. No, I know the answer was kind of what can I do and I'm going on a bit more but

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you can choose a charity and online charity and many online charities trustworthy online charities where you can pay as a cutter for a couple of days in advance and I would suggest you do that and seeing that lead maybe is on Saturday or Sunday what today's Wednesday okay. So maybe what this evening onwards you can be used as a counterfeiter inshallah Tada, we got into the next day will be the 28th I know others are a day behind. But for them to bear in mind that you can pay as a cutter for that little bit early by one or two days. Give it to those charities so that they can ensure Shala Tada that food can be purchased and given to the full court and Mr. McKeon can be given to the

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poor and destitute. Okay. So there are many, many solutions. The fact the matter isn't open, no problem. In fact, I would recommend that if you can't do it, you physically can't do it yourself. Give the food that you're going to buy and give it to the poor people, then give it to somebody

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in enough time that they can purchase food and give it to the poor people in Charlottetown.

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Thank you. So

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our next question is going to be from our callers, so Sonoma alikoum to our brother or sister on the line. Welcome, sir. What's your name and where you calling from? I said,

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my name is Annika. I'm calling from London. And my question is, is it permissible to donate our organs once we die?

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Okay, do you have any other questions? No other questions?

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Okay, thank you so much for your call. Stay

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tuned with us. And then the chef will give you answers shortly after our next caller inshallah. Salam Alikum. To our next caller. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Somalia come to our next caller.

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Can you hear me? Oh, yeah.

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Your question? Why is it Han only locked up in Ramadan? A new timer. Okay. Do you have any other questions for us? No, thank you. Thank you so much for your call, just like a head. Do you remember the first questions? Yeah, yes. Organ donation? Yes. Yes. So this is the Milazzo blesser asked about organ donation is it allowed after person passes away for them to donate their organs

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there is big discussion now about organ donation and to catch cut to the end, China it's allowed with certain conditions.

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Conditions like you know, you can't get involved in something where you're going to sell your organs not allowed. And that the person themselves gives permission. Okay,

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Inshallah, to Allah it is allowed

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for you to donate your organs. Now there is the dispute monks there are a limit. But Allah knows best. It's allowed for you to do that in Charlotte.

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So UCLA her next question was regarding the shaytaan Why is the shaytaan only locked up during Ramadan? Why not the entire time? Yeah. So we need to understand first and foremost that this month of Ramadan is a very special month and it is special for a number of reasons.

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The gates of paradise are opened, like I said, you haven't closed that the model Shayateen that the big Shayateen they are locked up. Okay. The big shelter not every single Share Plan is locked up in Ramadan. So the current IE that the shutdown is assigned to you and I and to every single person,

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they are still there, and they may try to still influence

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See you in the month of Ramadan

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but Allah subhanaw taala

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commands that the major Sheltie that they locked up to make it easy for us to protect us from more harm in this month. So allows us to

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worship Allah subhanaw taala easier, okay so Allah Allah Allah Allah does many things in this blessed month of Ramadan to facilitate ease for us. You read Allah will be coming your Salah, whether you need to be Comoros, again, these verses, they fall, all in the same area of fasting the verses in Surah Al Baqarah. Allah subhanaw taala says a larger level wants ease for you and doesn't want difficulty for you. So therefore, Allah subhanaw taala facilitates and makes things so easy for us. So in the month of Ramadan to make things easy, some of the main Shayateen they are locked up, okay, they are locked up. This is from the Mercy of Allah subhana wa ala, if they were locked up, or

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shared, they were locked up the whole year, then that lessens the test that is given to us. But the point is, this is a life that we have tests. And Allah subhanaw taala will test us in different ways. And from them, you know, at times, God will come to us.

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Thank you so much is like a lot of your answer. I think this brings us to the end of our show. So thank you so much for joining us today.

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It's not gonna be our last show from Adan. Right. Now we have another one we still have Friday. I hope so. I hope so. Could it be Friday, but well, they'll be looking out? I don't know. But I say I hope so. Because I want Ramadan to be 30 days. So we have more days in Charlotte and I feel the same. Like give us that. I mean, thank you so much to everyone who's tuned in today we'll be back at the next time, which is at the same time. Six o'clock six o'clock chef and Sharla for now As salam o Allah.

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