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Senapati comm what's Allah He was about to get two brothers and sisters Welcome to eemaan Channel 769 100 in LA we are here after a beautiful todo es Salaam in East London mushy for those who you got to attend it live man I bless you. I'm sure you've all enjoyed that very much I haven't delivered a blood LME we are back here live on the channel we are doing a late night ASCII man Channel show which has been shown to be quite popular mashallah especially this time of night brothers sisters have been calling throughout the night asking questions to our residents share here at the Man channel. And that is of course, our beloved Sheikh was in Clemson so not only for while

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he comes along with a lie but a curtain thing just to make clear to the brothers sisters at home when I say resident I don't actually live here. No you don't. But then again, what does live here mean? Does it mean that you spend most of your time at that place? Well, if somebody says something to the resident that plays music, they've may think I live here I don't live here. I come here. I live in Whistler coming for most I live in southwest London. We're currently in East London barkcloth feature thanks for the clarity there Hamdi la datamine we we have you now for the next two hours in Charlotte to answer any questions you brothers sisters have please please please call in

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the number is on your screen. You can also watch us live on Facebook if you aren't already on facebook.com forward slash Imam Channel TV and if you can perhaps you could set a little tag up for shekel seam on the video in Charlottetown because some people are struggling with doing issue so we get your tag donate Charlotte to our brothers and sisters. Ask your questions.

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Oh 20351507690203515076 dynasty number you need to go to get through shift starts off with something beneficial for us in Charlotte. Something simple. I don't have any question right now. Okay shall

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take this Mila hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Roberto praise belongs to Allah me to peace and blessings of Allah be upon His final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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trying to think of something I've not mentioned maybe before in the past three or four nights because this being the last of the, of the nights of Ramadan with Eman we've been doing that since last Friday. I think tonight's the last one and then I think there'll be a different set of programming from tomorrow night onwards Sharla

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How about something shift, beneficial about Allah Subhana Allah Summit, which perhaps this month in particular, can help us understand who we are fasting for, you know, our loss of power. Everyone knows who Allah is, but we know him. According to him being the creator the basic, but what's something special that we can leave? Okay, so

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our dear Prophet Mohammed Elisa to salons was the most knowledgeable person ever, about Allah subhanaw taala

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and that in turn necessitates that he Salallahu Alaihe Salam was the most God fearing of any individual. And these are two things that go hand in hand. Meaning that the more you know about Allah subhanahu wata is the more shallow Tada you will have taqwa and fear and love and hope in you Lord Tabata, Kota Isla, and something we were just talking about a little bit earlier.

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We know in the Quran, Allah subhanaw taala says, follow them and know who you are in the law

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and know have knowledge of that there was no one worthy of worship except Allah was still fairly dumb pick and then seek forgiveness of your sins. But the first part of the verse and this verse is similar to Muhammad, Allah, Allah, Allah says to the believers, that you should have knowledge of your Lord. Now the best place that you can find knowledge of Allah subhanaw taala is that you go to the Quran, because Allah subhanaw taala describes himself in great detail in the Quran, by telling us his names, and telling us and describing to us his actions, actions, like the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the creation of the signs that we see.

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So if we take for example, some of the names of Allah subhanaw taala.

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And that we link that in with how the Prophet alayhi salatu salam will teach the Companions how to understand the names, names and attributes of Allah subhanaw taala which you know, when we're talking about different branches of knowledge, because they're different bodies of knowledge, this Tafseer is Hadith there is fit there is a suitable

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cover Adolphe or Islamic legal Maxim's or principles of it. It's almost like the knowledge of Tawheed or the Oneness of Allah tomorrow, Qatar

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are the names and attributes is Ashraful it is the most honorable of all the knowledge is why, because any knowledge to do with Allah subhanaw taala is or supersedes anything else, anything else will kind of lean towards or

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clarify other things, but what you're really talking about the very essence of who your Lord is, who you worship, then this of course can no doubt be the most honorable knowledge. So, we were discussing earlier about trying to understand that the names of Allah subhanaw taala, and this is something we can do in the month of Ramadan. So I would advise the brothers and sisters to is one thing they can do is to try and learn the names of Allah subhanaw taala and understand their meanings, and then call upon Allah subhanaw taala with these names, just a hair shake, and on that note, we do have a caller mashallah to barnacle Asha. May Allah bless you. We have a call our sister

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from Coventry has decided to call in cinema. Nico, Allah, He will go to welcome your life on demand channel. Do you have a question for the chef sister? Riley, allow more

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Ramadan, Mubarak? I do. And for the sheikh on behalf of me actually. Because the students want them to know actually have I mean, she has? Yes, coming. So naturally, maybe this week or next, but she wanted to know.

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In a long day, and for example, probably they need to buy this. I mean, what is your? I mean, I would do for them? Because she was she she had mine too fast or not as

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impressive as advice? Should? Sister, I really would love to be able to give a clear response to your question. However, your line is pretty bad. What I suggest is, perhaps if you hang up, go to a little different area in the house, find somewhere else where you got a bit of bit of a connection in sha Allah and give us just

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try this. Yeah, hang up and recall again, sometimes, you know, there's issue with the line, whatnot, just hang up and retry and Charlotte Taylor. And the funny part was, was getting all the non essential information from questions. So hamdulillah sister's gonna call back in sha Allah. And we retake the question, but it's only later after that. But it seems something to do with exams, because it is that time of year shift. So a lot of people, they tend to have these sort of questions about exam time. And what should we do? We are fasting, but we have exams, people who have a fear of loss of what they're doing in their daily life due to fasting.

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This is common, isn't it? These are common questions, I believe. Yeah, they're common common questions, because I guess the concerns where people live is kind of an element of fear that by fasting, that it's going to somehow

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be detrimental to detriment. It takes something away from you that you know, you're going to be turning up on the exam, and you're kind of parched, and you kind of strolling into the exam and like, I haven't eaten or drink and anything and therefore those months of study that

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were because this question is not a new question. It's been happening for like two or three years now. Because Ramadan, you find has been around May, June, July time, which is exactly where GCSE and A level kind of exam times are. So the question has popped up? Yeah. And the general answer is that,

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that there are certain reasons that a person is allowed to break their fast. However, having an exam is that doesn't qualify.

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And then hamdulillah from as I mentioned, like two or three years, as this has been asked, I don't know of anyone who has who's worked hard enough, mashallah, through the year that the fasting has caused them to fail. I don't know of any storylines that are predicted. They're in a star student, and they end up with D because yeah, that's true. I've not heard anything like that. In fact, your panel, I've heard it's been actually a great benefit to them. We do have the sister back on the line check. So let's see, give it another go. In sha Allah said MIT comm sister, welcome back. Can you hear us?

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Can you hear me now we can. I think if we have a little volume drop, perhaps in the studio, drop the volume a little bit because it can be affected through the mic, sir. So sister Yeah, I can hear you clearer. What's your question for the system for the chef system?

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On behalf of me

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Yes, sister and I'm so sorry. We can I tell you what, why don't we take the question in the back if it's clear through the back, and then we stay on the line sister Don't hang up. Someone's going to take the question in the back and feed it sort of through it.

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It says very choppy line. Yeah, so it's like you're on a boat you know, I mean thrown around by the cloth but you can do the same inshallah brand sisters calling, like sister from conference she has done on

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Oh 20351507690203515076, you could also jump on the WhatsApp, although I don't have any access to WhatsApp myself. However you can WhatsApp your question in and we'll get it, we'll get it fed through to the, to the studio in Sharla. To and From the studio. Should I say so chef, we've had that clear of clarification now. Because I cannot care about the generalities of, you know, breaking fast due to fear of failing your test or whatnot, things like this. And oftentimes, at this time of your shift, you can open up the newspaper, or go online, and there'll be some sort of horrific story of someone who's fasting and, you know, something happened and it's seems to be they lean towards

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saying it's due to fasting, how detrimental is fasting to the Health Share, or is it something it's actually positive for the health? Is there any evidence? Yeah, I don't know. See, you know, hamdullah in Islam a lot jello, Allah makes it clear in the Quran, that whoever is ill, whoever is suffering from an illness of persons on a journey that they can make the days up later. Okay, there's no law you calling for Allahu NatCen in

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our last part doesn't overburden the soul with that when it can, you know, deal with the person is sick, then they can just simply make the days up later. Hamdulillah.

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Other than that, last point, I did not go into obliged something upon us, which is to our detriment, in fact, the opposite of that. And that has been if you want to take it from a kind of dunya way or worldly view, then fasting is something which is very, very beneficial, very beneficial. It allows your body to dispose of many toxins, okay, while you're fasting it gives your your stomach and your intestine a rest, which is very important Subhanallah because a lot of the time you know, we have breakfast in the morning that we might have a lunch and we have something in the evening, okay, and then that cycle goes every day. Okay for a person who doesn't engage in fasting very often. So

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constantly, you know, your, your body's working, working, working, working. So giving it a raw giving a rest is very important. So from that side, from the health and benefits side then mashallah, there's

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a great benefit. And you know, similar we can say, which is more important that when a person is fasting that

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it increases the man. They have the increase in Taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala. And so there's so many benefits so they get the benefit of the worldly side and also the benefit of the kind of Ocklawaha the benefit of the Hereafter sign is balaclava Chica quite often.

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The recently last few years, they you have these likely or 10 Things To Do you know, one of the things I came across was you know, five health benefits. One of them said their intermittent fasting they called it they said too fast twice a week By Allah's grace the province that I sent him he used to do this anyway. And it was you know, a spin off his the he established the lady said them but people now they they actually want to do it because someone else you know a doctor or something saying you know this is good for you because I hadn't dinner we even even the creation fall into the fifth row of what the prophesizing this is exactly as Allah subhanaw taala says regarding I wouldn't

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be Addison warmer, young to two and hello warmer yeah anticolonial house in her Illawarra he doesn't speak from his own selfie speaks revelation that is given to him by a lot of adequate Allah. So you know, fasting, the advice Monday and Thursdays is that is there's only they've only just discovered it but Subhanallah we knew this, you know, more than 1000 years ago. We'll get on with some more color shifts. I want to talk a little bit later on about the Old Miss swag that they discovered recently expanded into a Fed right this isn't out of matter here. We have two quarters weighed in and by the way, Schiff just got off it. I think we did hit the nail on the head with your response

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about fasting during exam time. I think that's what the sister was asking about. However, later on we'll require clarifying because she missed it. Right so now Malika brava from Luton you're live here on eemaan channel? What's your question for the sheffey? Yeah, salam alaikum.

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I just wanted to check

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on to the question regarding animals yesterday, like breaking in the bars when someone in need I just wanted to have some

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clarify something that for instance, I feel like doing for photocard towards Namaste. So you have to break in the third record. So do you have to complete a afterwards or to one record or just to do the full record again? Okay, do you have any other questions, brother? No, that's it. That's it. Okay, we're gonna move straight on to the next caller. We put that one on the back burner for now. We've completed wants to take this next school so Alikum caller you're live here on demand channel 769. Your question for the sheikh, please insha Allah. This week, Sam says

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So, I hope you're all doing well. Um, I have two questions.

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The first one is that I know that exemptions for pregnant women, you know, they don't have to fall

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now I'm pregnant with my fourth one the first time when I was getting them I didn't fall

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the only problem with catching up with me is that for some reason, I find it really difficult to fall off on my own, you know, like during winter or whatever.

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But I was wondering, is it isn't there a way for me to like pay this off because this time I'm pregnant again. But this time I have like diabetes and I have to you know, inject myself with incident and take medication

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and I know that if I don't fast again, I have to catch up this again. So is this Is there no way for me to like pay this off. And you have a question sister. Also, what is the compulsory age for a young girl to

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start with fasting like, you know, like fully the whole month so you want a specific number? We'll see what the shift is about that sister. Just does that. Okay, stay tuned. We will be answering your question shortly. Stay inshallah to Allah get a pen and piece of paper ready if you want to take notes on that one in Sharla right. Okay. We're seeing the first caller brought from Luton Marshall I called yesterday breaking Salah you clarified it for him but now he's saying do I when I break the salon, say sir salata acid fold aka on the third car he jumps out Salah he does whatever he has to do because it might be emergency this assume that it's an emergency he sorted out Jesse complete one

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rock app, or does he do the whole Salah again, okay, so if somebody has to leave their prayer due to an emergency and we assume that some time would pass then they would start the Salah from the beginning. Okay, so if they completely completed three and there was only one remaining because time has passed, you would start the salah again, while longtime barkcloth recheck now the sister she was pregnant before she's now she didn't fast and she found it really difficult to make up those faster than before. And now she's pregnant again. She is not fasting. And she's already because of her issue now has diabetes where she's already feeling the burden of having to make them up and she

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hasn't even completed the Ramadan Nia.

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So she's wondering chef, if it's possible to pay some money in order to alleviate the need to complete the fast okay. So

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in general concerning the pregnant woman

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does she have to fast or not?

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So the origin is that we will all fast even the pregnant woman however, if the fast is difficult upon her that by fasting it caused a detriment to her health or possibly puts risk or the the fetus or risk along with medical advice, then we'd say okay, then you you don't fast now, but you make the days up later.

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But if there's no fear on her health, there's no fear to the you know, the growing baby, there's no fear to them.

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The next would fast. Okay, so that's the scenario there. Now with the system it allows you to make it easy for her as she mentioned that she has diabetes, may Allah give her Shiva and

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make it easy for her and and bless her children. I mean, so what I would say is that the previous if she is Cardella, she is has the ability to fast even if it is in the wintertime, where he in the UK, you find that maybe the fast isn't it but maybe nine hours? is pretty sure yeah, if that Yeah. If you're able to fast

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then you are required to fast. It may be the case that there are quite a few days that you need to make up. But you know, Allah subhanaw taala overlooks your situation because you have a genuine excuse due to pregnancy due to breastfeeding and whatnot. So there's no Cendant and no sin on you if you had a genuine excuse not being able to make those days up, but if you're able to do that, and she did mention that you know she's on her own and maybe she doesn't feel the motivation.

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Nonetheless, the obligation is still there. Maybe person is on their own or they don't have a motivation to pray we still have to pray You know, so the obligation is still there.

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So the first thing is still an obligation and don't feel oh there's so many Subhanallah What am I supposed to do? You do what you can shallow to do in the wintertime?

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It's not just simply I'm just gonna how many days I've got on a just pay them off. It doesn't work like this. You need to force those days in shallow to Allah and bear in mind that fasting is a great is a great act of worship. So those who is a burden don't see it as something as a hassle.

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You know, Eliza knows your situation. First. Aquila must have thought and feel

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As origin as much as you can smash by the claw feature, excellent response. The final question is this There are stars. And the reason I asked her to take notes on this is because sometimes we ask question year after year after year and for the sister if it happens to you again with the response to Chef just gave you Inshallah, Inshallah, you won't need to ask and you'll feel comfortable and you know your situation health wise and better than the chef does. But as you said, Chef barkcloth the final question is this the ask was, at what age does it become where Jeep or fuddled for somebody too fast? Is there an age even? Is it a specific age that once you hit, you know, 11 years

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old, you must ask your sinful for this? Or is there any other indication to say, Okay, so

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at what age does a child become an adult?

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Or when did they become morally accountable for for their deeds? When does it become something good to train them up? Because they're kids, and then suddenly, that they are now considered Islamically? An adult? When does that happen? So there are three signs with the male and four signs with female

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both the male and female, they share with

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three, essentially, and that is, if hair grows around the private pot, of course, here, that's one sign. And also, if

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if they have a wet dream, for example, they have a dream and you know, they have a wet dream, this is a second sign. If none of those happen, then the moment they reach the age of 15, Islamic 15 Then they have become an adult. And the fourth one is with the female is that once they begin their menstrual cycle, okay, and that could be the age of 1011 12 1314. Whenever that happens, they will become morally accountable, meaning that the obligation is upon them to to fast and establish their prayer. So 15 according to the Islamic canon, that's right. Yeah. Okay, excellent protocol feature to Sokoloff here brothers and sisters there we have it. So a few more questions been answered or

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handed in by the chef mashallah so handsome. We don't want to move the camera off.

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But we do want to take more calls in Charlotte Allah.

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Oh 203-515-0769 That's having to Oh 35150769 Michelle and I go back to the shift. I don't want to see myself go back to the ship. Mashallah, please call in with your questions in sha Allah, and benefit while the ship is here. Visa Nila. Also you can send in your questions on to the WhatsApp line. We do have the WhatsApp line is on the screen now. And you can also go on to facebook.com forward slash in mind Channel TV and you can also send I think they do take questions on there in sha Allah, where you can also partake in the question or answer here on in my channel live hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen Schiff. So we've we've gone through quite a few. I mean, it's amazing. Every,

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every single night we have some really repetitive questions at this time of the year. And earlier on you were saying, you know, in certain times of the year, you get certain types of questions as Muslim SubhanAllah. We fluctuate our Eman sometimes it's really strong. And sometimes we're not as strong. Is there a reason for the shift that Eman didn't know sometimes he will really want to know everything too. And then other times you don't feel as strong what what can we do to try and keep our Eman strong like in the month of Ramadan? How can we work on trying to keep our Eman up like it is in Ramadan throughout the rest of the years. Any tips? Any hints from the Sunnah? Yeah, so there

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are some tips but I think it first of all, first and foremost, it's important for us to recognize that our Eman can go up and can go down. Okay, so reality

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reminds me of an incident where one of the companions who was named was humbler or the Allahu Anhu May, Allah says you will be pleased with him. He came out of his home. And when he came out of his home, he had his hands on his head. And he was saying that, you know, humbly he's saying his own name, but hamdulillah has become like a hypocrite. And he kept saying this. And then Abu Bakr, Siddiq radula and who saw him and he said, hamdulillah but what's wrong with you? Why Why are you speaking like this? Why you're seeing such a statement? And hamdulillah Radi Allahu Anhu said, there are times when I sit with the messenger Salallahu Alaihe Salam. And I see that he's describing

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agenda to we're not he's describing the Paradise and the hellfire. And it is as though because my Eman is so strong. It is as though I can see the hellfire and the paradise right there in front of me.

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Then I come home. I'm not in the presence of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, I come home and I'm with my children and I start to play around with my kids. And I don't feel that strong image and boost don't feel the same.

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So he felt his image go down somewhat.

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So he said I need to go to the messenger Elisa. Someone find out what why do I feel

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Why I feel like this this is a person who's in Who's In

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Who's in happiness isn't in contact with his email and how he feels.

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So Abu Bakr Radi Allahu, he said, You know what? I feel the same. I feel the same. Let's go to the messenger Elisa. So they both went to the messenger SallAllahu sallam, and described 100 have described the situation and the Prophet alayhi wa sallam he smiled

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he said you know hamdulillah if your iman was to remain like that all the time like when you're you're sitting with me and you're a man is you'll feel so strong if you were to remain like that the entire time that you would find that the angels will shake your hands in the street Allah however, you won't always feel like this. So the Prophet additions are very famous statement he said certain was

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there's a time for this and there's a time for that. Okay, so as Muslims there are times when we exert ourselves and we push ourselves and we try but we can do the best that we can do especially in Ramadan. And even in Ramadan itself. The last 10 nights are not like the beginning.

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The last 10 nights you do even more you stay up later, even more and whatnot. Okay, so it's important for us to realize that our Eman will go up and down. But the more you engage in worship reciting Quran for example, that will that will raise your iman and sinning will lower you a man called fiction, which is Ocklawaha we've actually got an absolute load of these WhatsApp messages come through but was her two callers waiting in line as well so seems to be a jam packed show Subhanallah let's go straight to the calls in Sharla they do get a priority so if you you've got your question on the WhatsApp but it hasn't been asked yet. The quickest way to get on is to call in

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so let's go straight to the first quarter so I'm going to cover up until we're about to get to what's your name where you calling from if you wish.

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mashallah barkcloth eat brother Abdullah from Nottingham. What's your question for the share

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my question

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everyone in the studio everybody wants radiculopathy

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The question is with regards to having like a delivery job

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like a restaurant a crazy

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time that you might have to like liver pork and things of that nature. Not Not nothing to do with alcohol I already know that's very clear on to deliver that.

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When you live in non Muslims and the market

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is pork bro. Have you checked the ingredients? Now meaning like for example, you doing deliveries for Domino's? Or pizza on time? You know the meat that they use on some of that you physically checking the pizza?

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No, you know who What are you because

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gotcha, gotcha. No barkcloth figa he so that's your only question, bro. Yeah, yeah, so

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excellent question, man. I want you to know that as well and I forgot I want you to know that so

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we're gonna go straight to the next corner. It is beloved in Birmingham. Hello Brunel. How are you brother?

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Mashallah, what's your question bro?

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What is the obligation of someone we wish some today?

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What did he say? I missed that question. Can you can you repeat the question bro

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it's below your pencil Medina University. Ah

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you're listening through you're listening through the You gotta listen through the phone up here. You can't listen through the live feed. Okay? I was saying it's Billa your friend from Medina university now I'm not can hear you now loud and clear Bill AlFalah gaki You're right. A little better people Shala

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question today someone a lady embraced Islam and she was asking what imposed upon her to do so I got confused. I didn't know what questions to sell. Just focus on your pray and learn how to play the one Yeah, so I'm not sure what

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obligation particle afek Excellent question now he below May Allah bless you and the data that you're doing hamdulillah and I'll accept it from you in this auspicious month of Ramadan Alhamdulillah and I'll get the chef to answer that as soon as possible bro

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come up here please contact me on WhatsApp and there we try and get some data then inshallah while you're here I didn't know you got here Yeah, I didn't realize you had arrived so handling

00:29:41--> 00:29:41

what seemed

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like okay, he said already come on up until our

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brothers and sisters you could do the same pick up the phone dial in. Oh 203-515-0769 or something you need to call. If you'd like to get through to the q&a. We will be taking some WhatsApp questions as well ship after we deal with the

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Call is inshallah to Allah so the first one was from our brother from Coventry. He's doing some pizza delivery some times, and he's sure, for certain that is he's delivering pork with the pizza. So it's like a pork pizza chef. What do we do with it? What do we do in that case is it's okay for him or okay?

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So it's important that as a Muslim, any job that we have to have to ensure best we can that it is halal is permissible.

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if I'm delivering what I know to be halal food, then masala is halal job delivering food is permissible.

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Now, so I'm delivering work for Muslim company and I'm delivering halal food Alhamdulillah that has no problem. If, however, I work for another company. Now I know the other company, whether it's a pizza, whether it's chicken, or whether it's burgers or whatever food you're delivering. If you know that pretty much most of what I'm delivering is not it is not halal. That I would say it is something you should you should even if somebody says to him, Well, if you open that pizza, you don't know what's in it. Yeah, that may be the case. I don't know actually what's in it. However, I know when people order pizzas, for example, or order whatever type of food that from that

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restaurant, they don't sell halal food. And I know any meat or chicken or anything that's going to be ordered is going to be it's going to be haram so so therefore, because I'm delivering haram food haram food, then I should find alternative job an alternative job, maybe it's certainly working for a Muslim company and doing something like that. So that would be my best advice particular fixture just

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makes total sense. Of course it has

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suffered a lot that next next question was from brava Bilal hamdulillah he's here to indict our sister take shahada in this month. Allahu Akbar. He wasn't sure what he should prioritize with her. She's he get her on the fasting immediately. Or should he just tell her to focus on learning salah? How should we deal with a new Muslim in Ramadan? Sure. So it's very important to understand that when a person embraces Islam, that the Eman is a fledgling state, fledgling level, we don't want to overburden them, so much so that they feel so much that there are so many obligations that they then say this is too much for me. For this reason.

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When the Prophet alayhi salatu salam sent more, I didn't know Jebel or the Allahu Anhu to Yemen.

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And he said, Oh, more hours in Coleman with a little keytab that you're going to people who are from the alligator people with the book, failure couldn't Oh, will matter the room la the first thing that you're going to teach them is the shahada, the testimony of faith La ilaha illallah, Muhammad Rasool Allah, Allah in COVID, with like, if they accept that the email, they say, Yes, we accept no one has the right to be worshipped, accept Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah Elisa to Salam, then you need to teach them that there are five daily press.

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So the person teaches them, or informs them that there are now five daily press that they need to start engaging in on a daily basis. Okay? If they accept that, then

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the doing that then tell them of course, and it's not going to happen now, because they've just embraced Islam, but maybe a year later, maybe the cat is due on something, but that's gonna be a year later, not immediate.

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So that's not something you need to overburden them with immediately. The fact that is it is in the month of Ramadan, if they are able to, if they're able to and they feel strong enough that they can fast the month of Ramadan, then let them do that. If they say it's too much for me, I can't I don't feel ready to do that. This is not a person rejecting there's a difference between a person saying I'm not fasting because it doesn't have to and a person saying I don't feel ready at the moment you have to you have to understand that there's a brand new Muslim, okay, so if they feel that they can fast and they let them fast, if they feel it's too much for them, then go easy with him and

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concentrate on the prayer and things will come slowly and the last problem is missed. I mean she's not going to her shift and then bless you but a cloth fig There you go brother Bilal hopefully that helps you out a little bit there brother Masha Allah may Allah bless you in your data. Be easily later Allah we're gonna go to the next caller got sister Sajida from London, Salam Alikum. Sister. What's your question for the chef? While

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you clean up, brother. Yeah, we can hear you loud and clear. Sister. What's your question for the shell? My question is on the Share case that I don't read my Isha Praveen mosque I read that column because of the kids. busy life a car. I want to know how long do I have read each time

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For example I will sometimes kids cleaning up

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for example now I'm gonna start my Easter so easy okay I can get

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three o'clock or do I have to be before 12 o'clock okay very good question sister JazakAllah whole here is that all you'd like to know

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yes and also about the there's a woman thing breaks the fast if automatic for example today one of my boys

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he went out with a while in the car and is in trouble and because drivers liquid like for example continuing on the back back home even he came home he won't come because

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it was five o'clock but unfortunately I thought that he breaks and after he told me and then I Google it up

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if you don't

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want me

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on purpose then it is on break. I just want to make sure for the future I know. Okay, just off cut off here sister we will deal with those questions as soon as we can because I fell off here but I can Alfie you can call like the sister has like Robert Wilson has and like everybody else tonight so far you can't call in get your question and we will be trying to get to some of these WhatsApp questions because there's absolutely stack of them in Charlotte Allah but the number you need to call is O two o 35150769 Schiff we have two questions there from Sister Sajida The first one was Isha Prayer she's busy with the kids can't make it to the mosque they're up all night they're

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causing havoc she's delaying the salah now because you know she's got so many things to do and it comes to a point where she wonders where can I delay it to where is it become sinful for me to delay the issue anymore and is there a point and punto Fajr three o'clock she said that you know that she can still pray isha

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okay. So,

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if I make clear as to

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up to What time am I allowed to pray salata, Aisha

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and he mentions Hadith Axolotl. Aisha isn't doing this full length is until half of the night. Now a common understanding with many Muslims. Is that half done at work? That's 12 o'clock. But that's not the case. So how do we work out? How do we work out half of the night? So we work out half of the night by finding out when does Salat Al Maghrib start? And then when does Salat al Fajr? Start? So let's say for example, we find that let's say Salah to Margaret is at 830

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and further is at

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330 a 33 a three so that's seven hours. Right? So how do I work out half of the night? So that's seven hours so that's three and a half hours after 830 after 830 Yeah, so you have three and a half hours you add to Maghrib Yeah, which would be from a 30 that gives you to midnight Exactly. But the best example is your head of me well yeah, it's not the best example actually. If we change the timings Yeah The point being that the formula you follow so that's the phone number that you follow okay coincidentally

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but you work out the time from Margaret until Fajr and then you have that time and you add that amount of hours to to Margaret and that's how long you have for Salah so you calculate it so you calculate it yet we do have a cooler shear cutters aka here are like yeah, I like you to finish what you were gonna say cuz you always say and Allah knows best so please say

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barnacle Avi There we go. So hum de la heard of dynami we will get to the vomiting question shortly sister we're going to quickly take the next call that now got try and get some WhatsApps in in Charlotte to Anna so let's take the next call inshallah said I'm ready cook. What happened to LA but it gets what's your name, if you like where you're calling from? What's your question for the sheikh?

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I'm calling from Burma. MashAllah white. And my question is that I do Texas service.

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Yeah. Hello, haram. Oh, you do a taxi. So can he shift people shift?

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Picking from pubs dropping to clubs and everything. Okay.

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Is that halala barkcloth? Jackie, really? We lost her share with me now. So again, we go back to the origin of that job. Is it permissible for me to involve or take a job, which means taking people from A to B? Yeah, that's a permissible job and as a taxi that's not a problem at Chateau Taylor. Now, there are different services or different ways of being a taxi. There are

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you can be black taxi, which is you have to go and study the knowledge and whatnot, and you have an option. If you have your light on, there is an option whether you're going to stop

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and take on your passengers. And then there are other companies, there are other companies, where you are shown a job, where you are shown a job, and you have the choice, whether you're going to take that job, you also have the choice of when, when you are going to

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work, you can work in the daytime, you can work in the nighttime, you can choose to work in certain areas and whatnot, what I would say on this is fear loss pantalla as much as you can

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feel it as much as you can. So if you feel within yourself that, you know, you know, I don't really want to participate in helping people go to places which I personally don't agree with. But you know, what they are bars and pubs and clubs and things are worse than that in these days chef Yeah, there may be worse than that. So if you have a choice over that, then I would say you should

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federalize as much as you can and try to find the jobs which you believe that you believe are

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good jobs not haram not saying I know say haram jobs but you're not delivering people taking people or which to places which you know Islamically we don't agree with as long as you have the choice over and okay

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if you tried your best because again if to give you some real examples you You did your best to kind of estimate that that's an okay job but you turned up and it wasn't and you don't have the right the ability to get out of it you can complete the job you can complete the job in Charlotte Allah but you take

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this kind of approach to try and try and ensure that

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that who you take from place to places

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as much as as best you can

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not from you know places that we wouldn't agree with Islamic law right? You got a choice you got a cloth eat monopolists you can go with WhatsApp or we can deal with the vomiting question of the sister first. The vomiting was very quickly okay, if it's done, if it happens, unintentional, then it doesn't break you fast, you can continue fasting only if it's done intentionally, that it breaks your fast. So you deliberately gotcha by the cloth each year. This an absolute gem one of my favorite questions I've ever read actually, I said Am I an econ wanting to ask is it upon us to basic app for the benefit money we get from the government?

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So you know,

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regardless of as long as you've got the money that you get as hell, okay, you get money, it's Helen, it's permissible, you receive some form of marijuana benefit from from benefit from either gifts or money from the government or whatever the case may be is highlighted for you. If you fulfill the conditions of Zika meaning that the money that you have saved is above the threshold of zikr and you have kept it for one Islamic here then is due upon it quite simple.

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Or anything else? You're solid chef May Allah bless you mashallah, I'm keeping it together on that one chef Salam is it totally prohibited to do he Jami and Ramadan? If yes, why the person wants to know, Jade Okay, so, on this issue of hijama in the month of Ramadan, there are a number of different opinions amongst the scholars different understandings. Some of them are of the view that is not allowed, meaning that they would invalidate your first and hadith is that the prophets of salaam said of Torah?

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And how do you imagine that the one who is the having the hijab and the one who's doing it, this is according to the Hadith, that will invalidate your fast. However, we do find the prophet Elijah, I'm doing that in the month of Ramadan.

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And there's a kind of a middle opinion, meaning

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that this seems to be

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the maybe the, the more correct understanding of loss, I don't invest, is that if there's no need for you to do hijama, then try to avoid it. Okay.

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Yes, there are great benefits in in doing hijama. But hijama is done for medical purposes, okay. And sometimes the person does it out of doing it once a month, for example, if you come under that category, then you should avoid it in the month of Ramadan. Okay, if there is a specific maybe a person is going through,

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maybe from rakia,

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they have some issues of possession or something like this, or maybe they have an illness, okay, and the receiving medical advice, as well as this advice. And there's a specific reason it's quite necessary for them to do that in the month of Ramadan, then fair enough that you can do that. If it doesn't come on to that. It is better for you to avoid it and not do it in the month of Ramadan, bearing in mind, that there are opinions to say that you could invalidate your faith so it's safe just not to do if there's not a reasonable line barnacle. I'll fix shipment. I bless you. We're going to another WhatsApp question this one. The question is Salam. I have a question for the

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sheikh. Is it permissible to pray sitting in a car while at work bracket taxi driver, so the guy's a taxi driver. He wants to know can I pray

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sitting in the car, I'm going to assume * that is first seller, we're going to make an assumption is false. And we're gonna make the assumption that he is either shy or perhaps even maybe afraid. Because sometimes people get shy to show that Islam to pray openly in front of people. So in order to avoid that they're hiding in their car to pray. Yeah. So one of the pillars of the prayer and one of the pillars that Allah can have means it's an absolute requirement.

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Like recently, the recitation of Surah 1030. In the prayer is an absolute requirement. If you don't do it. There's no There's no prayer, less salata, Lehmann, lumea, karate 30 Hotel Kitab is the sound Hadith that there is no prayer for the person who does not recite al Fatiha. So there's a number of elements of the prayer which are to be considered outcasts. They are pillars have to do it without any doubt. Now with regards to the fourth prayer, the Fulbright you are required to stand you have to stand the Sunnah prayer you are permitted to sit down and you receive half the reward. However, if the person is able to stand, it is not satisfactory that you pray in your car sitting down. You

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have to find a message or you take a mat with you. When you pray outside. We know that hamdulillah the Prophet I'm so glad to be an optimist you don't want to hold on the whole earth was made as a place of prayer and purification in Allah. So it's not permitted permissible for you to sit in your prayer in your car and offer your full prayer. You would be required to get out and to stand in prayer. Well, long term, but it's all fiction. If that covers for the fall to about syndrome, yeah, so this one you can press the thing down Yeah, excuse me. Sorry, I missed that. One. We're going to take a call actually and we're going to go to another question from WhatsApp. So let's take the call

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in inshallah to Allah cinema equal quarter Youssef from London. How are you brother? Are you Salam aleikum. Wa okay, we're only concerned with Allah I'm very well Youssef. What's your question for the sheffey Okay, okay. If I can firstly, my brother You know, I've seen you before and obviously they're relevant to what you're talking about. But I've seen you before on TV I think it was two days ago initially when bombs on was talking you with another brother key and you went to a gym I think it was and you were just speaking about the gym and about diet and just about Rammstein and the Blissett month of Ramadan you know probably you're a stand up guy you know, let me just say that

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first of all, I don't know if I'm talking to your soul the profit aspect to the TV the English Christiane Baba the river you know your Starbuck Karbala for everything you're doing. May Allah bless you and bless your family and your stand up guy above your role model in society bar for English people and, and all people around the world behind me on TV and do what you're doing both the last night blessing for that brother?

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Um, hamdulillah May you keep up the good work or disaster, okay. usif Allah knows me better. And I hope that Allah makes me better than what you think I am sure, I could feel in your voice. You know, you got that cottony voice and you know, to do what you're doing. With a voice like that. May Allah bless your voice. Bless your knowledge. Honestly, my Baba means from my heart. May He bless your wisdom, and you know, all the knowledge you have, may Allah give you more bummer, because when I watch you, Bob, it brings happiness in my heart to see a brother like, like yourself sitting on TV, doing what you're doing when there's many other things you could be doing, because you speak fluent,

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fluent English.

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You know what I'm saying? Yeah, I know exactly what you're saying.

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I have a question for you, brother.

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If you can answer, I'm not sure I would love to hear your advice on it. What it basically is one bubble year, I go to many most people here and I get different answers to this question. So maybe you can give me some sort of light on it. It's in regards to a day called Shabbat on okay. Now

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this distinct Shabbat I just want to know if it exists in the east in Islam and if it does exist,

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is it portrayed the well being told that is basically a list of people whose names are on it? And these lists of the list or the list of Muslim people sorry, let me rephrase that. And the names on the on on these on these

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on these papers are names that are going to pass away in the in the following year. Now is that true Baba in Islam and is there don't like that? Okay, that's a very good question Fe Subhan Allah and we'll get the shift to are the is that your only question Baba. That is my only question my brother. Okay, we're gonna definitely deal with that which is awesome. Okay, stay tuned up here. We're going to definitely deal with your question of Thanks for the kind words you said about me and Allah knows me better than you know me. But may Allah bless you, and give you and your family man and

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allow you to enter the origin the product is in

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there thank you you have a good Ramadan inshallah Thank you keep watching yes only come after our brothers and sisters you can also pick up the phone and call 802035150769 You can call in you can praise me if you like, but Allah knows

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how many joking we're gonna go to chef was seen inshallah to Allah with the answer to that question chef is there a special day called Shabbat where people's names are on this list and they're the ones who are going to die in Ramadan and into into Jinnah.

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So, the brothers talking about the 15th of Shabbat

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and whether this particular night has any special place within Islam

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there are a number of narrations number of a hadith attributed to what may occur, what may happen on this particular night.

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From those, which is probably a lot of them, unfortunately, are not authentic. Okay, not authentic about with regards to what's the quarter of the following year, and whose names will pass away or involving yourself in any special acts of a bear that you should stay in pm that night and then you should fast the following day. There's nothing authentic, that goes back to the Prophet regarding that.

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The closest as to

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what the role Am I have some of us that is reached the level of maybe being hasin

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is that Allah subhanaw taala will forgive the individual on this particular night Allah as we're looking at the hearts of all of the creation.

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And those people who do not have

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no, the those people who don't have anything in their hearts against anybody will be forgiven, except the ones who is committing shirk and the one who has enmity and hatred towards other people they won't be forgiven.

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All those other people shot at Allah can be forgiven. There are some who say that this hadith is is Hasson is acceptable, where whereas others who have said no, that the hadith is not

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that being the case? I don't know of anything else other than that, no, that can be used as authentic or established that we should do particularly on that day or night. And is unfortunate the with all good intention from some of the brothers or sisters who want to do something on this night and say yeah, press PM, give out sweets and how celebration. This was not done by the prophet Elijah is another convenience. And so, you know, it's an education. You need to inform the Muslims about these things. And it's, you know, me bless them may Allah bless the brother for asking. Yeah, just as opposed to just say, you know, taking things at face value. Oh, you know, everyone else is doing

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it. So I'm gonna do it. Yeah, that shows is a good quality. So that's I've heard something. Is this the case or not? Is this something pleasing to Allah? subhanaw taala or not? Is this from the Sunnah? So you know, based on what I've said,

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Allah journalist does aka chef and JazakAllah khair. To the question, excellent question, but a coffee man I spent at Anaconda zoo to what pleases him the most chef we got a question on WhatsApp.

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Oh, this from a sister it says Salam Alikum if you realize you started to dream during Tarawa due to tiredness? Is your Salah still valid? So it seems that maybe the sister was standing in her salon or sitting? And she nodded off? She had a little dream.

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And Allah. May Allah bless her. Yeah. Is this finished? It's finished the law as it was invalid.

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Maybe I think maybe if you had the word, if you had the word daydreaming, and your mind has gone off, I don't think that somebody is actually going to stand up and go to sleep and you'll fall over. Yeah, so I think that maybe the person is uttered maybe because maybe my guy might have been in a long to share hurt himself. You know, he's doing a super long one. Maybe alone. I'm just Yeah. That's it's not made clear. The question, I don't know. But if a person is daydreaming in their salah, yeah.

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Of course, the objective in the prayer is to try and concentrate as much as you can to think about what you're seeing in the Salah to make dua and whatnot on the ship and we'll try their best to try to distract you in your prayer and take you away from concentrating in your prayer. And obviously, the more you are thinking about other than the prayer, this may, you know, decrease the amount of reward. In your prayer. We know that the Prophet Elesa Salam informed us that a person will pray and that maybe they would only receive like a quarter of the reward of their prayer, or another person may only receive half of a reward for their prayer. Or some people do the prayer won't go above the

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next Subhanallah won't be raised up

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and accepted wireless power. And so

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it's not for me to say what you will receive how much reward you receive, I can't possibly give you a definitive answer concerning that.

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But if a person's mind kind of, you know, dreamed away and started to think about this stuff, and you know, is it I mean, you've offered your prep meal as a gel except for me and me and my husband to allow you and allow us all to concentrate and gain that whole show in our in our prayer, which is, of course, a goal for us all. Our monitors are cut off here, she

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and I bless you. I've got another question is

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really juicy one, the person here says salam alikoum question, can I choose to pray Fudger at different times on different days for Ramadan, based on the different angles for an example, for work, it helps if I follow the 18th degree opinion to play Fajr early on the days I work, but on the weekend, follow the local messy timetable, which I assume is probably about a 15 or 12 degree position. So he's saying kind of pick and choose do throughout the week, you know, the days that suit me best. So on a Monday got to get up early mark. So we'll do the 80 degree shift, get it started early. But at the weekend, I want to you know, I want to have a bit more time in bed. So

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what, right, so what I would say on this is that the brothers, the brothers fully aware that there are different understandings as to the beginning time of Fudger. And that is not for you to fluctuate or choose between the two, when it suits your needs.

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What you do is you have one timing that you will stick with, and that's your time. Okay, that's your time. If you believe it's the earlier time, and you want to stick with that, that's your time.

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If it is the other one, you stick with them. Okay, it's not for you to be jumping around like this, because it has ramifications. Because maybe you one day follow an earlier time. And technically, you could be breaking your fast. If you follow the earlier one. You know if you if you believe that the fast starts at 130 or two o'clock in the morning, however, today, I want to you know if you'll be hungry, I didn't have any support. So I'm going to wait for the later time. Yeah. And so we technically those who are following the earlier one would believe the work when you're forced to do them. Yeah, exactly. So you don't you don't jump from one opinion to the next on this issue. They're

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both valid opinions, Chateau Taylor. But if is for you to stick to one. So you can't pray that Fudger early because you want to knock off. And likewise, if you believe

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that you are because you're following the later time that this is the starting time for Fudger. It is not for you to say if I want to go to bed early. No. Yes, I'm going to follow that because technically should believe that if it does not come in yet. Yes. Okay, so you need to follow one and stick with it. By the club fishing action clarification, just ask Allah here to the question. And hopefully that clears it up for your brother no more jumping around on the opinions. All right, stick to one and go through the whole of Ramadan. We have it right. Next question. As salam o alaikum. I have a quick question. As we are living in a Western country where we have non Muslim

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friends and people who work with us question, what should we do if they invite us or say they want to do our if dar

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like if any of our non Christian friends will make they say I will make you Iftar and they invite me to their house. So how should we respond to them? So I've got a couple of non Muslim friends who are kindly kindly said, Look, we want to we want to do a dinner for you. And if not, Inshallah, we're assuming they're going to cook a halal dinner for them. Yeah, because they're aware of if done, they know they're Muslim. So we're inviting them to the house, why should this person do chef, can they go and potentially eat foods with a non personal Iftar Time Is this allowed you so

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this shows respect, this shows a care for you that somebody is prepared to go out of their way and write to you and provide Iftar for you a lot. So there's absolutely no problem in shallow to either you go into visit

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your friend.

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And they want to make some food for you for you when you break your fast.

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Here in the UK, we're currently breaking off fast to about 830 something and they say well, I'm gonna give you some dinner at six o'clock. There's like another two and a half hours of fasting. The you can't explain to them that, you know, I can't eat at the moment I can't eat or drink. I'll break my fast a little bit later.

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Then by all means, you know, you break the fast at the correct time. Yes, and not before that. And subhanAllah we should you know as Muslims be the first to do things like that. We should be showing others

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inviting Muslims sharing the hair, showing the goodness and helping people to break their fast. And also it's an opportunity for us to to give Dawa and explain who we are as Muslims at your workplace at your university.

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They say oh, you're fast. You would like they may offer you some food or drink a cup of coffee or something like gives you like a tea. You said no thank you. I'm fasting

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Now the door is opened What do you mean by fasting? And then you can explain okay maybe the the the whole of the year maybe you hit your Islam you didn't tell anybody about it but now you're fasting is an opportunity for you to explain this is who you are yeah so you know take that opportunity Sean Parker off the check excellent excellent response and they're just my if I may add to it brother or sister sent the question I know of quite a few people who became Muslim due to the so you know the fasting challenge and Muslim challenge them you know, why don't you join me? You know, they come they enjoy the Iftar food and and the brother would say to them You know, why don't you join me in

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fasting see if you can manage it and I know of two individuals who are Muslim today, due to the fasting Ramadan, they weren't listening to the prayer at all they just fasted Ramadan and they became Muslim so you never know where Allah will open a door to good for someone through your inshallah we got another question here on the WhatsApp. She said Mr. alikoum. Chef, my question is, Will Allah forgive those who try their best to stop a major sin, even if they fall into it again and again, but they always turn back to him. So this person is asking, you know,

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constantly sinning major sort of minor one. Yeah, some major one. They keep falling back into it, but they feel the guilt every time.

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Will Allah forgive them chef? Is there a chance that Allah could forgive them for this? Yeah.

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So as long as a person is sincere and regretful in their tilbyr,

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sincere and regretful in regarding the sin they have committed, then Allah subhanaw taala will forgive them but isn't Allah by His mercy? Even if a person falls into that major sin again, but they're trying their best? And they regretful, sincerely regretful and sorry, that Allah subhanaw taala can't forgive them Inshallah, tada barkcloth feature.

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We have a call from Miriam from Maryam excuse me a caller called Miriam. MashAllah on the line. So now when it comes to Miriam, how are you? And what is your question for the chef in sha Allah?

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My question is regarding a good job, okay, you know, looking after elderly clients, yeah. Yeah, just want to find a sea haram, you know, halal, you know, to do. That kind of job. Okay. barkcloth eek chef, sister and we'll ask the chef straightaway inshallah to Allah.

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Any other question? No, no, that's it. Yeah. Okay. So the question is shift, is it permissible to look after the elderly for payment so for a job, but I think what might be added to this is do you have to give them certain medicines and they might defecate cleaning and all of this stuff in Ramadan? Is this a good choice? Is this a halal drop.

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So in essence, looking after other people mashallah is a noble act is a very good thing to do.

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But there are some of course

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some realities as to what a care job entails here in the UK.

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Now as for Sister similarly for our brother, ideally, that the sister who is working with females, female patients or female elderly then there's no issues with that, because we have guidelines concerning the interaction of the genders it's important for us to

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to make this very clear from the outset. So if the sister is working in her her clients and she has the choice of who she can work with, for example, that a handler she should try to make a note to her employer that she would prefer to work with the females. So that is no issues concerning that if it is the case that they say Well, there are times when we can't do very much there may be times you need to help a male but it depends right now what kind of help Yeah, so if it is that you're just simply maybe you meet you make some tea for them or give them some food or some biscuits or you give them their medicine and you make sure you know some you clean their health house a little bit yeah,

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they showed us no problem. But then it goes a step further what you need start cleaning them and they are exposing themselves as it were, then it's kind of as big of an issue here. Yeah. And similarly for for the male doing it for a female that is a kind of an issue here that you know, you need to try and resolve yourself but other than that, then there's no problem I know many you know, there are a lot of many sisters who are involved in and doing jobs like this and mashallah, do

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they have an example for Islam, Masha, Allah, may Allah bless them make it easy for them.

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It's not easy to for the sisters at time to go out and do their jobs and hold down a full time job especially with you know, maybe a family responsibilities as well. So based upon the advice I've given, because there are different elements of care, yeah, sometimes you have to do more sometimes it's more kind of hands on with the individual and cleaning and so in so far, there were other week where you don't have to do that. It's a much lighter care as it were. So whatever, depending on the care that you give, if it's the lighter one where it's not so kind of

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With the other other gender we have to clean them and things other than that, it's fine but if that's involved we really should try to

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find a solution for that inshallah coffee check Masha Allah Allah bless you JazakAllah here hope that cleared up your question sister hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen you can indeed if you are watching out there at home call in and get the benefit of the share here tonight and demand channel we are live yes this live not a recording you can call in now. Oh 2020 It is a recording it's going to be a problem now and it but anyway. Oh 203-515-0769 That's the number you need to call in Charlotte to Anna to get through we have loads still have WhatsApp questions to clear up here Schiff. We got sick. We've got someone here texting Allah and you can we it's an arms capital. Can we donate money

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to a mosque for the upkeep and helping them with their debts as part of our silica? So any mosque can we donate to them for upkeep and helping them with their debts etc. As part of the sadaqa sadaqa Yeah, it's if if you want to give some charity and you want to give it towards the master to has it's towards the upkeep towards maybe getting rid of some of the debts then mashallah as a very noble very good thing for you to do mashallah go ahead and do it via the new terminological except from you. Okay, Chef, we've got another question here. We've also got a caller so let's quickly take the caller but this question I really want to get this done because it's really important question

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so but let's say the caller first and I'm already cold caller you're live with you my channel What's your name? Where you calling from? And what is your question?

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Salam aleikum, wa sallam Brother, how are you? And what Al Hamdulillah?

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Yeah, excellent. What's your question for the sheikh in sha Allah years

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ago? And one question he just wants to know, like,

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why one of the

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you are home.

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Now, you're talking about wiping over the top of the sockshare. Yeah, so let's double you know,

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your home in and don't tie

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I think the line is really bad. We're struggling with the line. But I believe Schiff, that he's just asking you, you know, what's the deal with people who wipe over their socks? Because sometimes people have an opinion when they see someone doing the Masjid. What you doing? That's not voodoo. Voodoo, you got to put your fingers in between your toes and white all the way up to your ankle. What's going on? You should clarify this one. Sure. Okay, so a couple of issues here number one

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is that it is allowed to wipe over a leather sock on the condition that you previously made a full window washing your feet. So you're in a state of although you washed your feet and then you put a leather sock on there let's say for example, an hour two hours later you you are you answered the call of nature into the bathroom as a Kamala, you've nullified you will then an hour later they are then forced a lot of overdose

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now I need to make whoodle Yeah, it is permitted for you when you make your mobile as you usually would, because you have the socks on and you put the socks on in this state of purity it's allowed you to wipe over the top and that's what you need to wipe over the top not the bottom by

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cotton soft shoe. Right so now the issue with the question now is Am I allowed to wipe over a sock other than another sock does it have to be leather This is a difference amongst the scholars but based upon the actions of the Sahaba or the Alon and the tablet in Israel, they would be permitted for you to wipe over a cotton or a woolen sock it is allowed for you upon the condition it's not see through it's not see through so you know the socks that you can buy from you know, the local shops and things like that. As long as that they a little bit thick. I mean you can't see the skin underneath it is the sock after cover the ankle ship Yes, it does like any other sock like the

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leather sock. Yeah, it has to so there's ankle socks, you know is chain ankles. I've seen people in quite wipe over. The sock has to cover the entire foot. Once you've seen them Yeah, they've rewritten so the sock that goes above your ankle.

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You're allowed to wipe over that not the one below. So this this excludes, you know when sisters sometimes they wear tights, see through Yeah, you can't wipe over that now because you can see the skin. Okay, but the other socks you can wipe over that one. Bought a coffee. Excellent response chef. May Allah bless you just look at the color hamdulillah we're gonna go with another call. We've got two callers. Wait, come on. Let's take another call. We spin out of Manor. He said I want a quick call to your live on demand channel. What's your question for the sheer amount of last year? Yeah, my question is it got into insisting down

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Shala I think actually

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praying sitting down on TV Yeah.

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Yeah, I'll tell you what, Sister stay on the line. And then you know, knocks down the line. Just keep watching and we'll answer your question. So the sister wants to know, praying sitting down because I don't finish that point going down the route of tendency to not turn the TV and all that we just

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crack on. Okay. So with the obligatory prayers, the fourth, the fourth numbers before the obligatory prayer, you have to stand up if you're able to stand up, you have to, if you're ill, and you can't stand up, then it's allowed for you to sit on a chair. Okay, but if you're able to stand up in the front, you have to stand up. Okay? With regards to the Sunnah prayer, the nephila prayer, it's allowed for you to sit down, okay, and then you receive half of the reward.

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But as for the folk prayer, you are required to stand up if you're ill, you're allowed to sit in the chair as I mentioned, Allahu Allah. Excellent quite simply their sister handler hopefully I cleared it up for you if you've got a medical reason why you literally cannot stand up and pray Don't worry, sit down inshallah to Allah. No problem be eternal as long as there is a reason for itself for Fisher. Sorry, the cameras on me for just clarify there. Right. We've got another one here. I salaam will while I come. And brother is Tervis allowed in slum? Regards, Chanda Ali from London. So I'm reading it as it is. But I believe the brother is asking the taweez chef, yeah, I've heard about

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these these little, they look like little Doritos that people hang around their neck. And they believe that they're gonna save them from some sort of harm. Shift these little Rios? What is reguar? These two we shift? Are they even allowed in Islam? Is the site the Sahaba did but what's going on with it? Okay, good. So, the taboo is, is an Arabic actually is called Tau we have that or we can with the V Val. When you say our overall bill from Strv is to seek refuge and to seek protection. So the taboo is is a form of that the person believes there's some form of seeking protection from Allah subhanaw taala with Allah is read from any form of harm. Now it's important

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for us because you know, asking the last panel to protect us as a brand as worship, okay. And the Prophet elitism taught us how to seek refuge in Allah azza wa jal from any form of harm. So there are times when we can say or always will be learned him in a shape and under a gene or over builder, or, for example, reciting AYATUL kursi, before you sleep, this will protect you from the SharePoint, you know, until the morning. So we were taught certain things how to protect ourselves. Okay, now is it allowed for me to wear this piece of string, and it looks like a little bag has different shapes, and there's some writings inside this This tower is Yeah. And that Allah subhanaw taala will protect

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you with this tower is now what's inside this tower is more than 90% of the time. There are many things, strange things, strange things, sometimes their writings you don't understand what they are. Yeah, sometimes it's Quran. Sometimes it's words, there's a mixture of things, I saw a face of it, you know, create that. So when Drew appears here, there's many, many things. Now, number one, is this something that the Prophet Addison taught us to do? No, is not. Now we have to make it clear, I have to be honest, to be fair, know, that some of the companions, some of the companions from them,

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they said it's permissible for somebody to where the verses of Allah

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subhanaw taala seeking protection from Allah subhanaw taala through the words of Allah azza wa jal, some of the companion now. However, the overwhelming view of the companions is that it wasn't allowed, you know, that it wasn't allowed for to do that. And that would be strictly only used in Quran modern day in this day now, for sure, people aren't just using the Quran. Oh, no, they're using all kinds of things. And when you go to a place that they're selling to is, you don't know what you're getting okay. And people will have the wrong belief and wrong understanding concerning the taboos in the first place. So therefore, we say people should avoid the Taoist people should

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avoid the terrorism, you know, you're going into the bathroom regularly in and out of the bathroom, taking the verses of Eliza into the bathroom as a Kamala, which suddenly you should avoid. Okay. So it is unfortunate that people have been able to put them on the babies, they want to put a towel on the baby to protect it. And there's another common thing that, you know, this code is called the clock looks like can I have this blue kind of circuit? I've seen it it's like the aisle get a kebab? You normally see one.

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Yeah, so this is i and this will protect you from the evil line, or does the hand Oh, that's another one. Oh, you see, they get they're gonna get the hand and it's gonna protect you. All of these things are like like superstitions. And it's not given to us by the prophet Rasul ISIS and so therefore you should avoid them. Okay, remove them and don't use them just because the Prophet said whoever puts his trust in something has then

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turned away from Allah azza wa jal. You know, you should put your trust and reliance on Allah to Monica to Allah. So these takeaways and the likes should be avoided, never used and ask Allah subhanaw taala to protect you

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I mean, just to add for the benefit chef, a lot of what they have in the sort of with the Rios, I mean, the ones I've seen all the reo shape shift. That's why I said they have similar writings in old books here from England. And they used to call them the witches, the witches, they used to draw these little runes and his little fingers and his little shapes. And these writings that they would have, even sometimes in some of the stuff here in Britain, they would even have the name of Allah or the name Gibreel. And then they would have other names as well included in it. So it also has some sort of tied in with the occult as well just to add Nanos for the benefit, they could have some

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cultish meaning, and we the Muslims do we want that? Do we want to be involved in Shelton's handiwork? We do not so Joseph Can I finish chef May Allah bless you, Barack Lo Fi. We are taking more calls inshallah to Allah I think we might have another caller. We got another caller. No cooler. So

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we have just in Charlotte to Anna dealt with our brother, Chang daddy, hopefully brother Ali in sha Allah Allah. That clears up that question regarding to Eastern Allah to Allah bless you. We got a question here about zakat. Shekar Salam Xikar question. If I have a grant, yeah, a banker Sandy's put here. I think if I have a grand in the bank from one year to the next, on first year, I paid to cut Yeah, so in year one, he paid this account on this grand Yeah. Next year, no interest gained. So didn't gain any interest on his 1000 pounds. I don't know if he's happy or sad about that. Do I still need to pay for the cut for that year, even though that 1k was purified the year before. So

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when he first got the grand shakey purified it, stuck it in the bank, he didn't want real interest? He didn't gain no interest? Does he have to re purify that money after one year sitting in the bank? Right? Okay, so the cars do on a yearly basis there once in a lifetime. So like had, oh, you perform Hajj once and it's done. So there's a case every year. So

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person pay does occur

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if a person paid does occur on their wealth one year, and then they still have the savings, and it's above the threshold, they pay sick again on it. And what I would what I would say is that if a person has savings, is that and they fear that just by leaving, they're the kind of decay is just going to

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of course the obligation is do you have to pay and that the money is becoming less than maybe utilize the money in some form of business? Or to utilize utilize it in some way that you can

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increase the amount that you have, okay? Or do you do something like that because maybe the person feels that you know, because they're not saving very much and that amount of just staying there and they feel you know, it's just sitting down and as a case eating away as it were.

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You don't feel like that. So then maybe you can utilize the money in May or might not be very much but maybe you can invest it in something which is valid. So that way you know you have your money working for you childcare Allah which is awesome. Okay, good advice there at the end * man, I bless you as always, we do have a caller sister Susanna. MashAllah from London is on the phone. So now on a consistent Suzanna, your question for the chef, please. And when it comes to them? Yeah, I had a question regarding tarawih and tahajjud. Prayer. And I'm a little bit confused, because when I've read up on tarawih prayers, under my via the Salin is that all your prayers are actually had to

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press button at an earlier time. Okay, so my question is, is that is the case what do I intend if after I've completed my tarawih for the later press, which is maybe May Allah bless you sister it's an excellent question because I've got my fair you've got the mind of a student Masha Allah, may Allah make you one of the knowledge of people of the Ummah so she if she's been doing her research, she knows that there's a discrepancy here is it tahajjud or is it our way Or is it both ways that she should have intention to pray when praying a thorough we saw, okay, so any prayer, prayed after the Isha prayer can be considered. pm will lead nor to head to head with more like is a term that's

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used more towards the latter part of the night. And taraweeh is

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a type of night prayer pm will lead which is done earlier in the night after salata, Alicia, so Kiambu Lael is night prayer key Emily's like to Hatchard is the later part of that.

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So when a person is saying, right, what do I intend? Let's say for example, i i After Salah to Aisha, everyone's praying on our way, and I pray and I intended to head with and somebody says, but you should have have initiative intended taraweeh has not accepted. These are just terms just to explain to you when they're offered in terms of the point in the night. Okay. You are know that you are you know that you're offering what is considered a type of night prayer. That's what the intention is another filler voluntary prayer after a lot of effort whether it's done earlier in the night, or the middle of the night or the latter part of the night is no problem in shallow turn.

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It's not as though I have to make the intention for toto we now

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And then later on, I have to make an intention for 200 Make sure you say it's in the right order. Otherwise there's mixed up it's not gonna be accepted. No, these are just words that are given there. What are we meaning what? From the word Raha it means that how it was offered, it means that the Prophet listen when he would offer the prayer, there will be like a gap between the two rocker sit there a bit of a rest. Okay, and then there'll be another two rocker.

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And they had good is, of course directed towards the latter part of the night. So your intention is just you're offering some form of night prayer. And that's enough for your shoulder bar coffee check. May Allah give you lots more in this and this life and the next life? I mean, we've got one of the bog standard Ramadan questions share, we had to get one of these eventually, it's the old salaams is using toothpaste allowed while fasting? Can this person use a little blob of toothpaste to brush their teeth while fasting? Yeah, so it's allowed for you to use toothbrush, just toothpaste just a little bit on your toothbrush

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of your news miswak for that matter, then it's okay to brush your teeth and it's okay for you to do that. Ensuring best you can you're not going to swallow anything and not to use too much. Just use a little bit, then that's no problem challenge. We don't people falling into, you know, avoiding dental hygiene during the month of Ramadan.

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So yeah, by all means, you can use a little bit of toothpaste inshallah Tiana barkcloth, fake chef, we got another question. We got a little double whammy. Someone's been cheeky, this squeeze two questions into one here, but I'm a merciful guy. I'm going to take both Salaam Alaikum. My question is, can we take multivitamins after we break our fast? And also if we pray our obligatory prayers at once, after work? Is it going to be accepted? I think I mean, is it going to be accepted? So if we pray our obligatory prayers at once after work? I don't think it gives us enough real information. Yeah, but what we can assume I think that they're not praying the hard at work, let's say for

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argument's sake, and they're praying God with acid when they get back from work. Is it gonna be accepted? Check, is this something that Allah may accept from them? Sure. Okay. So the first question is, can you take multivitamins? Yeah, well, when it's time for you to eat and drink, you can eat whatever is permissible for you. Richmonds Okay, mashallah is good thing for you to do no problem at all in China, China. The second is that the if the person is offering their prayers, or at the end of the day, then this is problematic. Because we know that Allah subhanaw taala obliged the prayers at specific times during the day in the swallow ticker element, we need to have a

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motherboard, that the prayers were established at specific times upon the believers. So the hood has its time as it has its time Maharaja, and Fajr all have their time. And if a person intentionally, without any reason,

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does not pray that prayer within its time is running the risk of the prayer not being accepted.

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If somebody offers their solitude at half past nine in the morning, is anyone going to say yes, because you know, you're going to be busy around lunchtime, off, we'll go around to half past nine in the morning. Is anyone going to say to you that press accepted, of course, hasn't even come in yet. Similarly, if a person without no reason, no justifiable reason, just prayed, there's a lot to be heard about seven o'clock in the evening.

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Similarly, the only way we'll see or based upon evidence is of course, it's not just the opinions of people. Likewise, as the salah wasn't accepted early, why should it be accepted afterwards? So it's very, very important for us as brothers and sisters, that with regards to the press, they have to be offered in their times. And that way you will receive by in front of is Allah subhanaw taala more than the creation? So may Allah has done mckeeva Easy. We've had a question from one of the Lions of the Ummah mashallah Assalamu Aleikum bro can you ask if going to the dentist will break my fast I'm having a root canal treatment now I'm familiar with the root canal shift but I prefer it if the

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brother called in and asked the question explained a little bit about the root canal but let's say it has injections and things that involve can he get the root canal done and still maintain the okay the fast right so

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the risk is what because the person is asking because the risk of if I swallow something might not in my foremost cost right. Now if the person is able to

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delay this particular work until after Ramadan then it's better for them

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if however, it's something which is

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it's necessary right now I can't wait I mean you know really bad pain of a bad toothache I'm not sure how I've heard what root canal is Yeah.

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Not sure the finer details of actually what happens of course I'm not a dentist.

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But it has to be done now. Then it has to be done now.

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I would I mean the the injection you have to numb the area wouldn't wouldn't nullify your fast.

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But if after that, for example, you know when it's pulled out that you're

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required to take some form of

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some painkillers because you'll be in excruciating pain, then you'll be exempt from fasting in that situation, okay?

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So, so bear that in mind. If you can do it, then you can do it. If you can't do it, it has to be done now Harish Allah may Allah don't make it easy for you. And the injection that you have is not going to

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nullify your fast.

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And if after that particular work that you know you're gonna be in a lot of lot of pain. Yeah. And you're not going to know if you're swallowing because your mouse pretty Yeah, that would be that would be a sufficient reason. You wouldn't be required to fast in that in that situation. And you can't talk over bro. So be careful. So

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this is without me knowing the finer details of this involves root canal job as it were, I'm there.

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Now like if you lots more check it out. I mean, we've got loads of questions pouring in on the WhatsApp, I'm dealing with them. But as quickly as we're dealing with them, we're getting two and three added on. So forgive us brother and sisters. If you're sending them in on the WhatsApp, we've only got about half an hour, 35 minutes left of the show. So we're gonna try and squeeze in as many as we can. But it's not all through quiz. You know, you didn't deal with that question. Rather, it's just about time brother and sister. So I'm doing it one by one, whoever sent it in for right now. Just give me example. 158 minutes past 12 This question came in. So you know, we're good half an

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hour behind. So we try our best anyway. Next question is just a common one check. I said Mr. Alikum. I would like to ask the nav No, they said I'd like to ask the common question regarding whether the tarawih should be 812 or 20 Raka. And the supporting evidence regarding this JazakAllah who hired in advance? There we go. So what is the simple response in XML? So I have a call awaiting shift. I mean, a simple response is that the message that you're able to attend

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if they pray aid you pray with the amount of finish with the Imam of the masjid that you're able to attend is 20 then pray with the amendment finish. Okay, it's quite simple inshallah Tyler will know if you got what you can the person might then say, well, I can go a and I'd go 20 What should I do? Then maybe go to the closest Masjid to you

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quite simply or you go to the go to the similar distance. Okay, fine. Then go to the Imam that you find you feel more assured behind Allah. Okay, or go to the masjid that was built first. Allahu Akbar Allah to the masjid it was built first where they were built at the same time. Yeah, because you get this sometimes person will say right what you know like this. So then we say okay, what if one's got it goes down to the commies Schiff One of them's got a bit of gummies behind him. Yeah. So it's not an issue which we need to argue over. But there are different valid

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different approaches to that. So, if I have if the person says they will be at the same time then go to the masjid which you feel most comfortable praying that you can enjoy the recitation will barkcloth fiction I like this simplicity Masha Allah may Allah bless you and the one who sent in the question knows it's a common question. So there's your simple answer, bro. Go to the one that you feel best going to in sha Allah to Allah. Let's go to the corner live now in sha Allah somebody can call your name if you wish and where you're calling from.

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Where are you from? Sal sister? What's your question for the

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one question I just listen to one one question that somebody asked regarding the prayer

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praying when the time is gone.

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My question is, is I'm working in a busy coal

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store enters at one o'clock but at that time we are having lunch so we finished serving lunch around one one turkey and we only have one hour to tidy up the place and I'm working with a team so I do I pray the whole like to Turkey when we finish work. Is this still considered of pray when the time has gone? Or do I still have time to praise the horse until after it enters?

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MashAllah Excellent question sister just got off it. Will ask that to the chef and see what yesterday barnacle Alfie Yeah, okay. So on this issue you have as it stands at the moment

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it comes in at one o'clock and maybe also comes in like after five o'clock. So you have all that time to prepare her until ASA comes hamdulillah so if the system is busy at the school, and she can't offer it at the very first time of entering with the prayer, maybe she doesn't finish work until three or 330 as long as the doctor is prayed before us and hamdulillah then there's not a problem inshallah Tada inshallah Tada particular fee check and we have another corner see