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The hosts of various TV shows discuss the importance of fasting and guidance in maintaining healthy behavior. They emphasize the need for patient and understanding of one's situation to avoid overwhelming oneself and become healthy. The importance of sh matter and the importance of learning about the history of the Prophet's death and the practice of the Julee Luma is also discussed. The importance of following guidance and social distancing rules is emphasized, as well as the importance of keeping an eye on the timing of events and returning items to avoid loss of value. The chef also discusses the importance of keeping an eye on the timing of events and returning items to avoid loss of value.

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salam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatu to our brothers and sisters and children watching at home. Welcome to a live episode of Ask Kim and we are back and we're here to take your questions and get them answered for you by our share authentically, according to the Quran and Sunnah. So brothers and sisters this show well if you have any questions about the fasts have shown about the virtues of the month of Chawan or any other questions about your life as a Muslim, or about things through with your Islam and your religion, your deen or your creed or anything else? We're various from the life of the prophet the Quran, the life of the Prophet alayhi salam, they able to give us a call on Oh

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203515076 lines, ask a question live on TV. Or if you'd like to send your questions to our WhatsApp number written out from your phone, then you can message those 207422398833 and to give us a call, give us a call on Oh 203-515-0769 So without further ado, I'll be your host for today. And joining us is our Imam and our chef was in Kempson. Salam Alikum. Chef, how are you today? Why don't you come sit down?

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And we'll see if there's like a lot here as we started the show. Sure. I'd like to ask you for a short reminder.

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Actually, how's your aid festivals here? How's Yeah, okay. Yeah, it was very nice to have

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different of course, but very, very, very nice. Alhamdulillah

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spent it with the family as everybody I guess they've spent times with their family and whatnot. But alhamdulillah it's

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it's gone now. And we're looking forward to

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implementing and having because we should be on some form of like kind of Eman boost now. Yeah, you know, we're feeling the effects of that what we put in in front of Milan, but in general handled it was good. Exactly. Thank you.

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And did you leave your house chef to go to the shop and come back a different way? How did you manage that son of going? No, unfortunately, I couldn't do that.

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There's only one entrance to my home.

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And even where I went to press a lot to eat, which was literally just downstairs. There's only one one way that you can do that. But you know,

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the new year was the humbler Inshallah, that were awarded for our intentions, middle exit from Austria.

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So I'd like to ask you for sure. My short reminder. And then we can get into some questions from our viewers and Shabwa Sure.

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Smilla Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah what other early he was hobby he he may know praise belongs to Allah and made a peace and blessings of Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and upon all the prophets and messengers who preceded him Malema Salah toward the Motorcity

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so I was asked just before Eid a question about on the one hand we are a little bit down and sand that Ramadan down and said that Ramadan is going and

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that was the word we get from the month of Ramadan being around

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our families and fasting and so many beneficial things. Now we don't have that anymore.

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That one feels a little a bit you know down about that but of course facing that we feel very happy that we had to eat and we could spend time sharing gifts with our family all good things that come with with Salado eat. So I guess touching on this issue and it's an it's a real situation for us all in that we're all facing that the fact that Ramadan has gone now in the month of Shell world. And we have what another even shorter data, how many days we will have 65 days away or so something like that. We ask Allah to allow us to reach that and we have something to look forward to in the first 10 days of good hygiene.

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Please don't ask me about a female going to perform Hajj because I don't know what's happening regarding that. But the virtues of those days, whatever happens will always be their childhood. So what I'm saying now is that once Ramadan has passed and those things that which maybe you feel

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a little bit down about that you can't do anymore. No one's saying that you can't do them anymore. There's a lot of things that you were doing Ramadan that you can continue doing.

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So if you want to instill a habit of fasting couple of days a week, break fast together. So good reminder for you. So every Monday and Thursday, those of you who can fast in the home that you fast together and this will remind you of what you did in in Ramadan. You know the days that you would break your force together at home is a very nice experience. This is something you can do two days a week. And you know the three white days I am are built

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which is the 13th 14th and 15th of the Islamic calendar. These another few days you can introduce into your weekly routine if you wish and try to tailor so these are the things that we were doing in Ramadan, you can continue doing. Okay, so it's no need to feel done. Oh yeah, of course, if the monk is over, it's gone. But there are certain things that you used to do in the month that you can continue doing the Charlotte Allah, okay. So fasting is one setting up

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a standing order, giving charity once a month, you know, this is also good thing if you weren't doing previously you can continue doing inshallah Tada

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and linking with your family members asking how they are house, how everyone is getting on how they're feeling of Tata Milan, is also very important part of our communal kind of responsibility. So this is just some things I think you shall we can all try to implement Inshallah, tada, circular hisher. Before we move on.

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before Ramadan shares, we were all in a in a panic, and in a lot of fear about this virus that was overcoming the world. And Hamdulillah, Ramadan came, and it quickly, you know, took our focus more towards the month of Ramadan, and the blessings of that, and hamdullah now that the death toll is getting lower. And that doesn't mean that it was easy at all, for anyone who lost members of their family. We ask Allah to make that easy, because you know, families across the country and across the world, have had that situation that all of us have been fearing of death, maybe some, some of us or some, you know, many of us have got unwell as well. But as believers now what stage should we be in?

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Seeing that we've overcome? We haven't overcome it. It's by the permission of Allah, we will still hear that whatever we've been through it, we're coming past it now. But as believers, what stage should we be in? That? Let's say we went through something that shook us, made us fearful, that we didn't know what to expect, you know, society, life changed as it is, as things fall back into place. What do we take with us? Or do we just like, handle this move and move on to? Do we carry something with us? Yeah, yeah. So

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always, when we're looking at events in our lives, whether they are in isolated to myself or my family, or whether it goes beyond that, whether it's a matter affecting my community, or affecting the Ummah at large, or even beyond that, which is something which is affecting the whole world, you will find without any doubt that there is some form of guidance, some form of advice that we can take from the Quran or Russian, or even both, which will allow us to get through and understand the situation that we are going through. Now, one of the biggest problems that an individual can face in any calamity, is the lack of understanding why and what's happening, because they feel a complete

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loss, and what direction they can go in. Who can I get help from? Who can I ask for advice?

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Or as a Muslim Alhamdulillah we have so many things in the Quran where Allah azza wa jal explains the Sunnah, or the methodology, or what happens in life, okay, and how to face that. Likewise, the prophet Iris Solomon explained to us the things will happen to you, you know, these will occur in your life, but this is how you're supposed to behave. This is why certain things may happen. And there may be more than one reason why certain things happen, you might not know exactly, but these are the reasons why things happen. So as a Muslim, as a believer, you're kind of in control of the situation that you're in. Meaning there, you know, that there was there is some reason behind that.

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And you're not in a situation where you've just been thrown out on your own, and there's nowhere to turn to or what to do.

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So for a loss. For example, the Prophet said that all the affairs of the believer are good.

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All they're always good, why? And how do we look at what's good, meaning that the Prophet says, at least explained further, that if a calamity

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befalls them, they remain patient. And that's what is better for you. So in this time, we remain patient. And if something good happens to you, a blessing occurs, and even with, you know, a global pandemic, which, as an umbrella is a calamity for us, because there's death and the suffering and to some extent, but within that, you will find that there is also goodness, that appears within a difficulty, that over a period of a period of time, that just as the body becomes sick, and it feels the illness and it becomes amazing, has a fever or goes through whatever it goes through. Then there are you know, chinks of light, where it begins to improve, even though the person may be somewhat

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sick. But there's improvements and those improvements are something very special for that individual, and they have more value, and they become something very important to them. So smaller things in the calamities that we are going through at the moment are difficulties and trials that we're suffering at the moment going

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through, we remain patient. But as you know, things are improving somewhat, especially with that, you know, the guidance has given to us, you know, it's when it's given, it's given to us by the government, that you can, you know, think in the UK that from Monday onwards, that families can get together, you're having social distances up to six people. Now, a few weeks ago, you couldn't do that. Now you can value being with a family member, of course, observing the social distancing up to six people, that now has such a great value in your life now,

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where he might have done that before, but now you can't wait to do that. Okay. So it's a reminder for us that through these difficult times, so it's a long answer. But I think it's somewhat benefit that through difficult times, that when things begin to improve, you value those things so much more. And I think that's what we need to focus on the positives that will come out of this situation.

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So because I've heard so thank you so much for your onset, 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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Medical many of them are from London. So I'm Sr. And your question

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is with regard to assess. And so for example, if you have thoughts that are

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I wouldn't even want to articulate about a panel.

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Yes.

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If for example, you, you felt that that thought has taken you out of the fold of Islam.

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You know, I found myself I'd have to keep renewing my model and doing Tober and it's like this cycle.

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Is there anything that the chef can advise?

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Okay, you can stay on the line if you'd like to listen to your answer, or you can listen to it via the TV inshallah. Do you have any other questions, sister? No, that's okay. You can just like love it.

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Okay, so

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in Islam, there are things that we are accountable for. And then there are things which we are not accountable for. Okay. So these kinds of thoughts that pop into our mind, bad thoughts.

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We don't disregard the understanding that there's worse worse that the shaytaan will come to try to cause you confusion. Try to put you in a state where you give up he wants you to give up. He wants you to be in a state of a state of despair, losing hope that's the end game for Sherpa because once a person loses hope he's in a state of despair. That's when they reject Allah subhanaw taala because if you believe in Allah azza wa jal, you will never lose hope.

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And you will never be in a state of despair. You will always know that there's you know that there was something that Allah Samantha will help you with. So the Chevron was to push you into that area. So what are your thoughts that come to you? Or you're no good? If you thought like this, you've now exited, exited the fold of Islam?

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You need to repeat your shahada Okay, and then when you say the shahada you're not saying you should have the property so you're going through this kind of a common example give us a you know the hamster wheel

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the hamster he goes on the wheel and he is spinning around in the wheeled using all this energy comes out I'm not sure if hamsters the pant but when it comes out of it he is not actually going anywhere. Okay, he's absolutely finished no no energy left. He's not going anywhere. Okay. This will the shape on wants to busy us with our thoughts think about this and that and the other. So therefore, I would say as the all of these sorts ignore them, okay. Are all below homeownership Arnoldo dream, the fact you think you've exited Islam is the complete opposite. Okay, now, with the finer details of what you think you might need advice on maybe go to speak to a person knowledge to

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explain the matter further. But you know, this is the goal of shaitan and you can ignore them Bethany later and the more you ignore them, the stronger you will become and the weaker these requests are. The Whispers will become a shot at this.

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So we're gonna move on now to our next caller. Salaam aleykum. To our brother or sister Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Salaam aleikum? Can you hear me? Welcome to the show? What's your name and where you calling from?

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Okay, I think we're gonna move on to our next caller. I think there's probably some technical difficulty with that call. So As Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line, welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from?

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I'm calling from Bethnal Green, and I'm eight years old, mashallah and your name?

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My name is Mohammed naira. Mashallah. How's your Ramadan Muhammad?

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My Ramadan was great enough the time Yeah, well, what was your favorite thing about Ramadan this year?

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Last year

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I have been tough with my parents without mashallah you know what a lot of parents have to had to be home this Ramadan with their children. So I'm sure like we're also happy we got to see a lot more of our parents this Ramadan because I remember being a kid and if my dad was around the mall that made me very happy. I'm sure you felt the same right? Yeah. Mashallah. And what's your question? What's the question you call to ask? What my question is? When was the first review? Mashallah, okay. Do you have any more questions?

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I'm happy to see you can stay on the line, you can stay and listen on the phone, or you can hang up and watch on your TV in Sharla. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much for calling.

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Yeah, so it's good question. When was the Quran first revealed if

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there's various versions, we'll try to simplify it. There is a shorter chapter in the Quran called Laylatul Qadr in Zelner, who feel a little cluttered later cutter. So it is said that the Quran was revealed only little cutter. Okay.

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So said that this is the night that the Prophet alayhi salam first received the revelation from a lot of Article Two Allah.

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This is what we can see. The next question is when it is a little harder, then we don't have answers for that. This is why we're, we try our best in the last 10 days of Ramadan, especially on the odd nights to pray and worship Allah azza wa jal as much as we can. So that we can

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say that we prayed or we did something on a little cutter, okay. They said that only a little codon is the night that the Quran was revealed.

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So, a question from me on behalf of our that's how I'm gonna get Mohammed sorry. You know, Muhammad Abdullah, like, yeah, very common names very novel, like the slave of Allah. Yes, yes. And the Prophet alayhi salam, like yes, yes. Yes. The meaning.

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So, how do we understand that? Did the entire Quran come down? But we know that it came to the ship to the Prophet of Islam? Yeah. In cave in the cave. Yes. So yeah. In pieces? Sure. piecemeal. Yeah. So we understand that this is the

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the Quran came down

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not to the Prophet SAW Salem in one go. previous messengers, Allah Himself to Salam, they would receive the Quran. In one book, however, after the Prophet alayhi salam came down bit by bit over a period of 23 years, okay, so as far as being delivered or being revealed to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then this wasn't in one go, but was over a period of many, many years. And what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would do

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is inform the Companions This is the order of the Quran, because

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the first five verses of surah Allah Mizmor because he had the first four or five verses of the revealed and then later on the remaining verses of surah Allah, okay, were revealed. Likewise, in the beginning part of Medina Surah Al Baqarah was revealed until it was said that some of the last verses to be revealed was Surah Takara.

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The Prophet Addison would tell the Companions this is the this, this ayah to for this chapter, okay. And they would write it and compile it, you know, chapters not in one book. And so they would know the order of the verses. Okay, so this is something which if you study things like Sciences of the Quran, is a very beautiful subject that you will study the revelation or how the Quran was revealed to the Prophet so it's very important as well for the Muslim to know that because maybe in people people claim and ask questions, okay, how the Quran came down ism, I don't know. There may be doubts come to them. So it's very important for a person as a Muslim to know how the Quran came to the

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Prophet sallallahu Sallam and how I would tell the Companions how to order it. Zach Fisher we're gonna go to our next caller now said Mr. Ali, come 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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to And Eden Eden to your citizenship. Article. Okay. Thank you so much problem, Masha, Allah, may Allah reward you. And your question. I have a couple of questions. First question is from my daughter. And she's asking why

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was chosen as

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to be the paper tomorrow on Friday? Why not other salon?

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And the question from myself is from the practices

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that he used to pass more than 16 Chawan or just

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okay, for small six. Okay, do you have any other questions my brother, difficult the timing is normally

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not so long. Why do you come sit on Clover get? We're going to move on now to our next call.

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They will get back to the questions from you brother in just a second. So Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Salam Alikum Can you hear me?

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So Monica, how are you today? Angela Alhamdulillah. And your question. My question is I'm memorizing the Quran and I'm finding it hard. Sometimes I need my motivation. And so I'm wondering if the chakra give any Hadith by the virtue of memorizing Quran or something from it for us to give us COVID

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Okay, do you have any other questions? That's it. Thank you so much for the cycle ahead, keep watching and we'll get your question for two hour shift in just a minute off to our next caller inshallah. So we're going to move on now to our next caller. And then we'll continue with our questions. Actually, we don't have any more callers. Mashallah. So, we'll now go back to the question from our brother regarding Jamal salah. He asked, Why was the Juma Salah legislated in Ottawa instead of any other salah?

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Right so,

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us

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that the previous nations

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became misguided on the special day. Now, you will know Juma that Friday is a special day why? As the Prophet says I'm told us it was the day that our the mighty Salam was created, the date he was placed into the paradise pay Stan and then sent to Earth is the day in which

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pm or the coming of the Hour will be and as we know that the person said is see there is no support that it is the best of the days of the week.

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For this reason,

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and we will guide rightly guided to understand that this was the best day of the week. Therefore, the Muslims will come together to perform salatu Juma and listen to a reminder, and this is the practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam that the Muslims would come together to listen to a sermon and advice that

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would give them inspiration, or would be a motivation for them from one week to the next. Or the nations they went became misguide on other days whether it was Saturday or Sunday, the correct days Jamar Jamar

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for us, therefore, it was legislated that we establish a Jumeirah Luma come from the world. jamberoo means to congregate and for us to come together.

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And this is some of the benefits

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to the reasons why it is on Jomar because it has the best day and the special day of the week. Allahu Allah. Thank you shift. And the next question is

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam forced more than six days on the month of Shawwal. Okay, so the recommendation of fasting six days in show world

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which is in the very famous sound Hadith at the apostles and Whoever fasts, Ramadan, and then who follows up with six days of Shiva, it is as though that they fasted the whole year. If they complete the entire world,

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then

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the prophet as we know from his practice would foster you know, Mondays and Tuesdays are Mondays and Thursdays. And also the three days

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is in general terms, the three white days of the month, okay, so if you finished your work, in general, it was the practice of the prophets I limped too fast these days, meaning Monday, Thursday and three white days. So, it is acceptable for us to assume that the Prophet Addison would assume would fast more than their six days Inshallah, since there are, you know, Monday and Thursday, the three white days that would appear in this month, like other months, a long time. Thank you, Chef. And our next question is from the brother who mashallah said he's memorizing the bottom line. And he sometimes in it's hard to keep going, and he would like some advice from you. In terms of how to

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stay motivated. Yeah. Okay, so memorizing the words of Allah subhanaw taala there are no words

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that are more beautiful, no more no words which are more just and fair and eloquent than the words of Allah subhanaw taala. So imagine a person who will undertake a journey in memorizing and allowing those words to be part of them in their heart and in their mind and then acting upon it.

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Now we know that in the Hereafter, depending on how much person not that how much that person has memorized the Quran, that this may have an impact on the level of their paradise, it will be said to them, you cannot read and then it will be set to go to Taco and then go up, read and keep reciting going up and up and up until the person recites until they have been wanting to build how much they have memorized. So this is should be

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It motivation for us that memorizing the most beautiful words the words of Allah subhanaw taala

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allows you to have the highest from the highest levels and the paradise. You are from those in which our last panel that is in national news and Nicaragua in Lahore, Lahav with one indeed We sent down this remembrance and deed we will preserve it. And if you are one of those people who memorize the Quran, then inshallah you come under this verse in which Allah, Allah, Allah allows you to be from the way that Allahu Allah preserves the Quran through you. So this is an amazing honor that Allah spent allows you to be part of how this book of Allah subhanaw taala is, is preserved. And knowing that the people of the Quran are the people of Allah, Allah Quran, the people of the Quran and the

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people philosophy downtown. So this again is another

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great honor that they can have. So if you remember these things, and it's not easy, of course, but remain amongst good people like minded people. And also remember the great rewards of every letter that you are reciting is 10 Hassan it then you no doubt you will be from the chosen servants of Allah subhanaw taala May Allah allow you to be from the her father of laws book, wala hotel Allah so who is your thank you so much. That brings us to our break now brothers and sisters after a few minutes we'll be back to continue with our show. So in the meantime, stay tuned through the break and also by cables give us a call on Oh 203-515-0769 otherwise during the break if you have any

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questions, you can send them to our WhatsApp number which is 10742398833

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh brothers and sisters and kids. Welcome back to today's ASCII man show. We're going to be here with you up until 8pm. Tonight live where you can give us a call, ask your questions our chef, or you can send your questions to our WhatsApp number, email address and if you're watching along on Facebook or YouTube, you're able to leave your questions at the comment section inshallah. So, Salam Alikum chef Welcome back after the break when it comes to Rama Villa Desikan law here we're gonna go straight to our next caller now. So salam Wa alaykum to our brother or sister on the line. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling

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from?

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Salaam aleikum. Can you hear me?

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Okay, I can hear something's wrong with the line. What's up?

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Okay, Salam aleikum? Can you hear me?

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Well it was salam mashallah brother Welcome to the show. What's your name and where you calling from?

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My name is Harris

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masala. And your question Brotherhood is

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how we share who you are. Let me share welcome Salam wa Rahmatullah. How are you brother?

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Alhamdulillah What about you? Yes, I'm very well just like a lot of hair. Thank you for calling.

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Hello, hi. My question to you is that

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hamdulillah where I live, the massages are now open.

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The wires is still there. But the thing is, people and the mom they are not practicing practicing the physical distancing between you know, Rose. So what is the ruling? If somebody does not go to the mosque hearing the

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will he be is he sinful like maybe accountable for that? What what country?

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Sorry, what country are you living in? Where do you live? Pakistan, Pakistan, okay, in Charlotte Allah. Okay, we'll try to answer this inshallah.

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Thank you for your call brother, may Allah

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okay. So, obviously,

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the countries around the world are different in the way that they are dealing with the virus

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on many levels,

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because the amount of people who have been affected by the virus, the amount of deaths will differ from one country to the next and the government's will obviously give

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we assume appropriate advice to the people in their in their area, I mean, even in the UK,

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but just as a tiny country compared to you know, countries like Pakistan and things like that,

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the guidelines that are given to us differ from Scotland, to England, to Wales, you know, some are you can have, you can have a group of eight people, others you can have a group of six people and you can have one person, so they will differ, but it is important to follow the guidance that is given to you, wherever you are in the hope that shadow data is the best way. That is the best way to get through the current situation that we're going through.

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Now, a few of the masjid is on your doorstep and you have the ability to go to the door, you know you you're not breaking any laws, okay, you're following the guidance and you can go to the masjid then you should do so. Okay.

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Obviously if individuals as an as a person, you have health issues, and you have a justification not to go then you have a justified answer. But if you don't have any underlying

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I'm talking in general terms

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You're not specifically to the brother in Pakistan because you have your own rules and regulations. And I advise you to follow that. But in general, if you can go to the masjid, you're not breaking any laws. You're abiding by the social distancing guidance that is given to you. And the masjid is something which is on your doorstep that attend the Masjid.

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It's okay not a normal situation from that respect. So should therefore, you should go to the masjid if you're not breaking any laws, and you're following the guidance and there is no danger to you. Then by all means, you should go and you know, don't distance yourself from the masjid unnecessarily. Lorena, thank you so much for your answer.

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Brothers and sisters, if you have any questions, you're able to give us a call on Oh 203-515-0769 And with that, we're going to move on to our next caller of the show Assalamu Aleikum to our brother or sister Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Monica Muslim

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My name is Sonia. And I am calling from waking

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masala and how old are you? I am nine years old Allah workable and how was your Ramadan this year? It went really well thank you. Yeah, what was your favorite part of Ramadan this year

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fasting fasting mashallah, you know, mine too? Did you find it? How many days did you fought this year? So we can compare how much I don't how much you done.

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You don't half eight years old and you don't half Wow, that's amazing. Your parents must be very, very proud of you well done. And mashallah to you. Congratulations for doing that. And I ask Allah to give you strength and the ability to fast the whole of Ramadan next year, Amin

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Amin, mashallah, and your question

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my question to ask this question on behalf of my aunt. So if someone offers Isha prayers

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leaves the video to offer later with tahajjud wakes up for the HUD and forgets to pray with them thinking they have already offered and now it's budget time can they return with the budget prayer or they have to return them with the next Isha Prayer

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masala that was a lot of detail to remember well done masala very proud of you for doing that. May Allah reward you okay then. So stay on the phone. Okay. And listen very carefully because you're gonna have to answer this back to your aunt right? You're gonna have to tell her the answer, isn't it? Yeah. All right. And so she's gonna answer you now right chef? Yeah and shortly

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Okay, so quite simply, if you forgot to pray with her in the night and find your time has now come in the time for winter has now passed.

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And we do not pray with her another word with her means Odd. Odd number meaning 13579 Okay, we do not pray any odd number of rockhard in the daytime and after fajr will be considered the daytime. So what you do is once you've made your sunnah for Fudger and then you pray your Fajr once the sun has risen Okay, now the timetable was a sunset sunrise. After that, you're allowed to pray. What you can do to make up for your winter in Charlottesville is offer an even number of records in place of it you don't you order an offer any odd number. So you can pray a two or four or six or at six o'clock in the morning time to make up for the winter shot Italia. So that's how you do it. You don't pray

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after fajr but you pray an even number after the sun has risen. hope that's clear. John

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Fisher, you Is that okay? That answer your question?

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Yeah,

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yep. All right, then. Do you have any other questions?

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No. Okay. So if you have any questions, make sure you call us back anytime when we're live inshallah. So everyone for everyone watching at home, parents, kids, brothers, sisters, you're able to give us a call. If you have any questions on Oh 235150769. You'll find this number coming and going at the bottom left side of your screen, including other details, like our facebook link, and our WhatsApp number and shop. That's very encouraging shifts to see. Yeah, most definitely. It was very eloquent very clear in the way that the question was asked so

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our next question is from WhatsApp chat and the question is Please can you tell me if for if the online trading is halal or not? Yeah, so we say Forex YEAH. OKAY.

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It's a type of trading. I mean, it's basically currency trading. And there is there are some issues with this currency trading in terms of delay, and things like that. So it's best avoided.

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Just like our next question is a Salam Alikum is a must to follow his school of thoughts. For example, when you ask a chef and your question, they may not say what school of thought it

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school of thought it just, it's just the strongest opinion. So it makes it more difficult to follow one school of thought. Okay.

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So in general,

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it's good, highly recommended that a person's understanding of fit, which is what the school of thought we're talking about, I want to talk about belief. We're talking about a few key issues halal and haram, how to pray how to use a car fasting and things like that. This what we're talking about, first and foremost, because it means understanding concerning.

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So it's good to have a myth have no doubt. It's not allowed to crack to a person just to make up things as they're going along, jumping around different opinions that suit their own desires, not qualified and it's not right for you to do that.

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So bearing that in mind, it's good to have very good to have a meth head behind you in how you understanding

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jurisprudence.

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If you do have a question and ultimately, no doubt, you will have questions.

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You can go to a person of knowledge that you trust, and this is in line with ALLAH SubhanA. Allah tells us and the Quran verse, Allah decree in contributor Alamo, asked that people have knowledge, if you don't know.

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It has not mentioned or is not understood that when it says first, lickety between brackets from your mouth have only doesn't say that, nor is that to be understood, but rather go to a person who is trusted for their knowledge. And there is no because it is upon the person of knowledge to understand the question or where they're coming from. Okay, and understand the background and and so on. And they will give an answer, which is a trustworthy answer, because they're trusted for their knowledge and shadow tied with the answer comes to that individual, that is sufficient for them to act upon.

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Now, especially when studying and is kind of going off on tangents and what that it is important to have a teacher or a reference point in understanding

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and that you don't do things yourself.

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So that you understand things correctly, nobody became a doctor, or nobody understands medicine by using a search engine on on your computer, no one does that. Or no one takes up, you know, signs up to a library and takes out a few medical books, and then becomes a doctor. It doesn't work like this. Similarly, with certain aspects of Islam, you're required to go to the people of knowledge study with people of knowledge.

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This doesn't mean that Islam is beyond the layman that you have to in every single matter, even things because the majority things in Charlottetown are clear for us. Things, those things, and it's relative those things which are not clear to you, then you are required to go to the keeper of knowledge, listening to them and lectures, reading trust, trustworthy and authentic books. Okay? So it's enough for you to go to a personal knowledge retailer. And they should understand that if you want to inform them, this is my background. You'd like them, they can answer accordingly.

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So

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our next question is from our caller, so As salam o Alikum, to our brother or sister, welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Hello, my name is Pierre dots. And I'm calling from Uzbekistan. Mashallah, are the filters that's a beautiful name. Is Bucky. Stan? Is the sheikh Buhari he could be for you? Is it? Is it? Is that what we're calling the Ron?

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How are you brother? You okay? I'm good. Yeah, thank How are you guys? And Hamdulillah we were very well, especially when we get calls from countries like yours. It's it's such a pleasure and an honor to know that there's brothers and sisters out there and tuned in and that mashallah, you know, we're number one. So, it's a pleasure to have you call us brother. May Allah bless you. How's your Ramadan?

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It's, it's been great, actually. And,

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like, throughout Ramadan, I had a few questions and I got to ask you as well and you're like, Oh, my

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God, say, questions, basically.

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hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah. And do you have a question for us today? Yes, I do. Okay, three questions, but I'll try to make it very short. Okay, so the first one being, I give sadaqa like sadaqa jariya to a person who does that on YouTube and so that you will buy a camera and things like that.

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and like, so that it will serve like,

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let's say, I will get good deeds from that as well. But then later on I realized that he does like, some wrong Dawa and some good that way as well. So will I be sinful for supporting him or not? That's my first question.

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My second question being, I recited the Quran, but I don't know, Arabic. So I recited the Quran in English and like, I tried to, like, you know, beautify it and like

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to, like recited some type of

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citation in English. Is that permissible or not?

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Okay, and my third question is that,

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like, I have real estate,

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basically an owner, and the customer's, like, give mortgages, take more mortgages, and they give it to me to, let's say, like, buy the house, but what they do with mortgages, like they do it themselves, but I know that this is mortgages, mortgage money, my simple or right, like, stop this increase advice? Okay, sure. Yeah. Yeah. But last question. So the land belongs to you, and you're selling the land?

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Yes, yes. Okay. So it's clear that

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Thank you. Sure. Thank you, brother. May Allah bless you. And we look forward to hearing from you again, the next time we run, please keep calling us even if it's just to say a Salam o Alikum. Even if you don't have any questions.

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I was happy to talk to you guys. And to ask my question is that we're very happy to have your Cobra, the mela Rody. And all of our brothers and sisters. It was Pakistan. So our first question whose brother Sheikh was regarding given a given set up to someone who's doing down on YouTube? And will the brother be held accountable? If that was done wrong? Yeah. So

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you are correct. In thinking this is going to be some form of continuous charity sadaqa jariya, meaning that you donate to a project. And then that project is a continuous act, where other people will benefit and you'll be rewarded for your intention, no doubt in sha Allah, Allah.

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Now, I'm sure that you done your due diligence, you would have made a fair judgment on that individual to think he's a good individual, and he'll do the right thing. If you just give your money to anybody, you did your best, and you'll be rewarded for that inshallah Taylor,

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if that then person turns out to do something wrong, you're not accountable for that. It's not your fault. Okay? You don't carry the burdens and the sins of other people.

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You've done it in all goodwill, your intention was pure, it was sincere for Las Panatela. You'll be rewarded for that. In sha Allah, Allah, so there's no sin upon you. If that person decides to do something wrong, when at the very beginning, your judgment was a sound judgment, and they started off well, but for whatever reason, they did something which was maybe considered to be wrong, you're not accountable for that channel.

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Thank you. Sure. The brothers next question was about beautifying his voice whilst reciting or reading in English the Quran. Yeah. So I'm not sure what translation of the meanings of the Quran you're using for the English or even how flowing that's going to be to be honest with you.

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What I would say is that

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try to focus on beautifying the Arabic

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that has its do that has the right as the prophet has advised us to, to beautify your voice when reciting the Quran

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and beautifying your voice and saying in a flowing manner allows you to memorize the Quran as well. Okay?

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The English or whatever language you're going to try to read, I'm not sure that those languages are designed to be read melodiously

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I mean, if you did that, okay, but maybe it's better for you to concentrate on the Quran and the Arabic to have that melodious and beautiful voice when reciting it. And if you want to, if you don't understand Arabic, is to try to understand the Quran through a translation in its in the meanings of the Quran. And then try to ponder out, you know, and take some benefit from from the language, as opposed to, you know, trying to focus on you know, having a melodious voice. And then the meaning is passing you by, because you're focusing so much on jumping from one word to the next. Because English is not a type of language. I mean, the general wording I'm not talking about poetry which

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can be flowing, but general speech is not the

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sincerity is something which is always flowing, and it's not easy to put in that way. So you're putting extra effort, especially on translating the meanings of the Quran is not an easy thing to do, it's not an easy feat. Therefore, trying to put in a melodious kind of voice means that the meaning is going to pass you by. And that's what really you don't want to do. So maybe focus on just focus on the meanings of the of the Quran best you can, and what your other efforts into reciting the Quran and the melodious voice.

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Allah. Thank you. Sure. The brothers last questions regarding real estate and mortgages. Yeah. So we differentiate in the transaction that you are conducting is absolutely fine, you are selling your property, okay, you will receive your money.

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How that person, of course they haven't stolen, it is not allowed for you to receive stolen money. This is not permissible, however, about the means by the individual setting a mortgage and the selling. Now that's not your responsibility, okay, you're getting your money from a bank, for example, and the money will be given to you in one payment, and then that person has to pay back the loan that they took out from the bank. So it's got nothing to do with you. It's two separate things. Okay. So that being the case, if you have some real estate something and you want to sell it, and then you receive your money in a permissible manner like this,

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you're not taking out any mortgage, you're not paying off loans, you're just receiving your money. So there's no problem in engineer Sharla. Selling your, your real estate real property in this manner.

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Exactly. As you know, we had a caller, who called in and asked

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that they used to work for a company from which they took an item,

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which I'm assuming by by the question, it's it was without permission. They're not specified item was they took the item. They feel bad, but the item is still in their home, how do they rectify the matter? And how do they adjust? How do they fix the sin? I guess if they're sinful? Okay. They've left that place now. Yeah, yeah, sure. So

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the whole talk or the rights of people are not something that vanish. Because you know, one particular time you did something wrong, and now you repent, and your repentance is sufficient to remove any wrongdoing in the past, rather a complete way of making up for that, as is mentioned in the question, you need to return that hub or that right to that individual, or to that company, or whoever it may be.

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Now, by whatever means you return that you can be as inventive as you like, okay?

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If it's possible for you to do that, or if you can't actually return the item, then you put money into that company, which would

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replace the loss of that what you took, because the country the question has not mentioned any details concerning that. So

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the point being that that needs to be returned.

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So as long as that company is still there, I'm sure that you can find out a way to return either the item by itself, or the value of that item, so that you can clear the slate inshallah.

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Yeah, I'm just imagining shift, like the clearest insurance thing you can do is to just maybe go back and just say, I took it. Yeah, you can do that. I guess. It's like, maybe it was a chair, you know, you walk in through the sliding doors, you just walk into the chair, you just put the chair and you walk out. I'm thinking it's probably a mug or something.

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But the point is that, regardless of how small or how big it is, it is a hug. Even if you had like, value that it held that that time Yeah. And now because you've kept it through a time that's lost its value. Do you would you then have to give that would you? Is it best to give it monetary value? Give it in my you still have the item return the item to them? Yeah. So quite simply, was that an item potential index? We're not sorry. Yeah. Just any courier company? Yeah. And you courier company.

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All right. My bad. Okay. So I think we have a caller I believe we have a caller on the line says Salam Alikum to our brother or sister on the line. Welcome to the show. What's your name? And where are you calling from?

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Welcome to the show and your question.

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I've got two questions. The first question is, what should a person do with

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money? Like for several years, and they can't keep up with the number and, and that person?

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Six days of Shiva regularly every year, would that be counted as the days official or the mistress?

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And my second question is,

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then these limitations upon the profit on the other days other than Friday, do you get the same reward

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Yeah, okay, perfect. Okay, thank you so much for your call says that. The first question was regarding Salah right?

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Fasting fasting was missed, missed last year. Okay, sorry, I didn't hear that. Okay, so you can stay on the line since that to hear your answers from our chef or you can watch it through your TV.

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Okay, so if somebody has missed some fasts

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in the past, they don't know exactly how many they are, just do your best to guesstimate if that's a word, guesstimate how many days it's approximately that and then use that as your guide and how many days that you're going to make up in sha Allah.

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Now those obligatory days, let's say, Oh, I owe 25.

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So therefore, with obligatory fasts, you need to make your intention the night previous. There's no no you prayed for it, and you wake up around the whole time. I'm going to fast today, which is allowed. But it'd be voluntary first only, you can't make an intention in the middle of the day for the first the the intention for the photo first has to be done before Fajr. Just like Ramadan.

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Now retrospectively looking back for person had fasted, sure, well, days, or some number of days, can I or now I want to make that for the obligatory days. And I want to make that for sure. Well, you can't do that. days that were a complete and done that done. Now. May Allah azza wa jal, except for me, but in the future, you have to

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designate particular intention. I remember the intention, it was something verbal, right. So tomorrow, I'm going to make up you know, sure. Well, today, or tomorrow, I'm going to make up an obligatory fast. No, it means then your heart is sufficient. You know what, why you're at your fasting tomorrow. Okay. It's not for any health benefits. Your intention is to worship Allah azza wa jal, and this is the follow up fast IO. So you do your best. Just do your best. That's what you need to do, Jonathan. And regarding sending salutations on the Prophet other than Fridays is as rude. Yeah, yeah. So sending salutations upon the profits of LM is the same reward regardless of what the

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day is. Okay? Yep. However, we are requested to increase it on the day of Friday. Okay. So try to increase the amount of times you do it on a Friday, but the reward inshallah to Allah is the same Allah

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Second Life. So thank you so much for your answers. That brings us to the end of our show. It's a pleasure to be joined by you, Chef. Awesome. Thank you so much to everyone who's tuned in today, and called us benefited. Our brother from Uzbekistan masala called all the way from Uzbekistan brother for those and everyone else. Thank you so much for now. We'll see you tomorrow at the same time. Sit down watch. Bla

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