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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and welcome to the Daily QA show, inshallah. My name is Mahmoud, and I'm host today in sha Allah. And today we'll be having Sheikh with SIM Kempson verse insha, Allah. And just before we start going back to share with you, let's first move on to if you want to send us comments and questions, feel the questions in the comments below, on the Facebook and YouTube page, or, or on Instagram, and those of you who want to send an email, you can also emerge in

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the last 10 is upon us already. I was gonna I was gonna say how How's of obviously, there's the obvious differences from Ramadan from previous years, how have you found this year? Different in a positive or even negative way? Yeah, well, I mean, it's easy to pick some negatives. But I don't think it's really a time to be negative, I think, tried to think about a lot of positives, a lot of differences. Being home with family. Pretty, I mean, I'm not gonna give you any answers, I think not the answers that, you know, people are mentioning is that they're spending home spending time with their families.

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Enjoying time,

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less pressures, as well, you know, with the school runs and things like that, you know, sometimes it's difficult if you're awake at night, and you've got to take the kids to the school in the morning. You know, can't say missing that. So your 100 It's all good 100 in?

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I mean, we have a question that's come up already on YouTube.

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And maybe it's something you can start off with, like a little reminders. Can you give us advice on how to find labels, such as signs like light train, and so forth? These kinds of signs? What would you say that people should do in Sharla? Yeah. So I guess there's two approaches to this, okay, there is the kind of

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textual approach where we will go through the evidence is how the Prophet saw that and described what it would be like,

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in the morning after with the angels down and no bright rays of sun and so on, and so forth. I mean, you could maybe guesstimate maybe it was today, maybe yesterday, but the surest way of you praying.

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And participating in lay a little further, is that every single night, you will do something

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and you won't miss out. So every night you will make some Bowie and pm or late every night you're trying to give some some charity. Every night, you'll recite some Quran. And then you know, when the day is when the day for Eid comes. You can say Hamdulillah I stood in prayer for Laylatul Qadr. I gave charity and Laylatul Qadr and all of these things. I think it's the safest way. It's the safest approach for for everybody. And it's just to do something every single night.

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You know, if you want to put all your eggs in one basket and say yes, the 27 Maybe, maybe yes, maybe no.

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Or you think is the 21st? Maybe yes, maybe no, but then you will miss out. So the profit, Alice's alone would spend a curve all the last 10 nights with his family all the last 10 Nights, you know, strive every single one of those nights, and I think that's what's upon us really enchanted.

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Here.

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I was gonna say follow up. I mean, there's a lot of questions, which are all on this topic. Obviously, we're coming into the last 10 nights now. The question here says, Why do some people seek lately to recover in the ordinance and others in all 10 nights? And I mean, you you've alluded to the fact to doing spend it goes through most of the Knights but why would people not do it? Why would people go for the non ordinate? So the evil knights?

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Yeah. So

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when working out the the Knights of Labor, I mean, even how journalists Kalani mentioned more than 40 different opinions as to when Lila Takada may well be some of them are based upon very kind of weak evidences, some of them will get stronger.

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You know, we know the Prophet Ellison's alum said Seek them in the last 10. So that's something for sure. For us we noticed in the last 10

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Likewise, in the last and odd nights, now, if the month is uneven, in fact, some opinions that it changes every year, it's not the same night every year, it can change of the odd nights. There's another view, restaurant view as well.

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If the month is 29, or 30, depending on how many nights I left, you could see them that the odd could be even and even could be odd if you count the other way as well. Okay, from downward

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So it could technically be that what we see is even, depending on how many nights are

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spent in the month of Ramadan, in the end, it could be the other way around. Therefore, you know, what you see as 22 good review for is a shortened month maybe as as an odd number. So therefore,

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you know, don't don't think like this, you know, I'm just going to think about the old ones, you know, 2123 2527 29. And then I'll take a rest on the others. No, don't do that. At least if you do something at least every night charity, you can be assured that you you've done something a little better, which is better than 1000 months.

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I mean, you mentioned the alluded to the point of Rasulullah. Season did take off in the last 10 Nights. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'm assuming that would be an indication that it could be an old rights or is it kind of something different? Isn't? Is the ethic out there to search for the last 10 the odd night? Or is it over that they've got it? Or is it just a activity rather by itself? Yes. seclude yourself? Yeah. So at curve is not something which is only allowed in Ramadan, it can be done anytime during the year. So it's a separate act of invader.

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That's the first thing. Secondly, is that the Prophet alayhi salam would do every year, and increase the amount of time he spent in the masjid in the last year of his life, at least, to Salah.

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So therefore, this gives you a greater chance of spending the time in the masjid most beloved place to all us pantile On the greatest night, in the year. So

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yeah, it's a separate activity bird on its own, of course, which is then offered in the last 10 Nights. If you can't do 10 Nights, then it's permitted for you to do something shorter than

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maybe you want to do five days, as long as you intend that you can stay there. And in fact, the man went nowhere to him Allah, He says that if a person just intends from the time that he enters the masjid until he leaves even That's the matter of hours. That counts as a partially a ticket.

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Okay, okay. Does that Acacia

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going on to another topic? Inshallah. We've got a question here from I think it's from Facebook. It says, Can you do it? No, it's actually from brother called Solomon. I think it's Dr. Solomon actually, himself. He said he asked the question can you do can one do the evening evening of car after other has started, but before you've actually prayed after itself,

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okay.

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So there's two things there's the earth card, which is made in the beginning time of the day and the ending time of the day.

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Now, ordinarily, a person will

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have prayed for just when it comes in, and then after that, you'll make your article without dealing fragile. And similarly, if a person is going to engage in a burden, the primary thing for them to do is to offer the salah that will be salata, Lhasa, and then make your altcar, which can be done after salata Lhasa. If a person did the upcard office, a lot of us at the time came in, but before the prayer, then inshallah Talia is valid because it's on the time and not conditional, that you've actually offered the prayer. But if a person is going to you know, set aside some time for a bad day, the best thing for you to do at that time is for you to offer your Salah to Lhasa and then make

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your evening of calm

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Moving on to the next question.

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This is quite an interesting question. Actually. I think it's come up a few times and quite a few social media groups I've seen myself and that is regarding fundraising. And there's been a kind of a gimmick or an incentive that some of the

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some of the not the charities the fundraising cat, would you call it the platform's have been doing in which they say that? Can I take part, they give

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a prizes to the charity, who can raise the most amount of donors not donations, but most donors on the night. And they give like 5000 or something dollars for the one who created who does the most. So someone's asked can I take part in fundraising campaigns to ask as many people as I can for one pound for a chance to win a big donation prize for my charity. Lots of new platforms are doing this but there are some people there's casting doubt on whether this is permissible or

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or not? Yeah. So, first and foremost, when we have like money incentives, we have business we have buying all of these areas the origin is that it is permissible. Okay, this is the starting point for all of us. And whenever we have new kind of ideas that come up in buying and selling the origin is that we, it will be an it is permissible, unless we have something within the Sharia that says It's haram. Now, there are certain things which are clear for us like gambling, like Riba,

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which people may be thinking is as a form of gambling. Now, then, therefore, we have to define what's gambling, this is a person paying something from their own pocket with a chance to win something. Now, these organizers, charity organizations who participate on this platform, are not paying anything to enter into this. If you want to call it a competition, this is an ongoing, kind of, in Ramadan, people want to raise money anyhow. So you go on to use these platforms to raise money for your organization's for a charity for a charity means for charity reason, and then happens to be that

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that, you know, you will use that money in a beneficial way, you know, you're not entering into this situation to win $5,000. And even if you do win that $5,000, that's not something that goes into your pocket. This is a $5,000 that goes back into your charity, which would then be spent on the poor people, and given to or support the projects that you are doing. So we can remove the there's no gambling issue. Okay. And people aren't using money for money. So there's no repo issue there. So from what I know about it, there's not a problem, which I'm

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sure What about from the perspective of the platform itself? Because

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they are in there incentivizing it, and they are charging the people who are donating a fixed fee or a percentage of the donation of the one pound each time, would it not be a problem for them? Or is that still not an issue? Yeah, so this I mean, regardless of the competition, I think that these platforms have administrative fees, whether there's a competition anyway. So we're not talking about whether you're going to receive

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some prize money. But the whole scheme itself, or the whole platform itself, is it allowed for you to use these platforms, in order for you to gain money

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for your charities? Well, there are workers who set up these platforms, there are some administration work that needs to be taken care of. And as long as at the very beginning, the the kind of rules and regulations, the

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regulations about what you're signing up for, it's clear that there's not a problem. So there's no, there's nothing hidden.

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So there's clear there's clarity on that. So I don't see a problem as

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Okay.

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Moving on to another question. This one's from YouTube. I'm not sure the names maybe the people who are sending the questions through they can pass through the names. But the question is, regarding Serato, itch rock, I heard that it begins 10 to 15 minutes after sunrise lasts for about 30 minutes. Is there any? Have you got any clarifications regarding this?

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Okay, so solid rock,

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or it's given other names, which is similar to bluehat, as well, the morning prayer. Now, the beginning time of it is is correct in mentioning, it's about 10 or so minutes after the sun has risen.

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The Prophet Ellison said that, you know, when the sun rises Pedram, well, the sun has risen the length, the distance of a length, the length of a spear above the horizon, which is about 10 minutes. That is when is allowed for us to start praying, which, if you want to call it Salah to shut up costs a lot of Doha, then you can do that, but you're not limited to half an hour afterwards. So a lot of Doha OSHPark, can be prayed up until a short while. We saw before it's a little boring.

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The Xhosa? Does it matter where we are on the I mean, I know some people they're a bit more particular, they're saying that, yes, in the equatorial regions or in MCC areas, the Schrock is about 10 minutes, this height of the spear is about 10 minutes, 15 minutes after sunrise. But as you go further north, as you go further south,

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the time would take much longer, maybe half an hour. Yeah. Would that be an issue? I've never come across anyone doing other than 10 or 15 minutes? Yeah. So what you find on timetable

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is the timetables that you have depending on the area that you're in the will they will determine when the shock is or when the sun has risen and they should include that extra time that is needed to ensure that the sun has risen completely. So you can use the timetables that you have in China to

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to determine that time when you can start praying the

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next question is Should

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this is from Facebook I believe during this month of Ramadan I began to call other and for each of the Salawat at home and I'm trying to pray with them with my family. Should I try to call it at the time as

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The time comes in or five minutes before we actually go to pray. I'm assuming that means not quoting you're done at the beginning of time. Yeah, unfortunately. Yeah. So the origin is that the oven is made, when the time of the prayer actually enters. Okay? At the time, when you have massages and whatnot, then you have, you know, a short gap between that are then being made under the economy, median price established, rules aren't so strict. If you're at home,

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meaning that if you didn't do that, then as the time entered, and then you prayed like an hour later,

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it's not a problem. But origin is that, you know, you would say that then as the time enters, and then if you pray, as I mentioned, half an hour, or 45 minutes later, then that's not too much of an issue. And

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if you happen to pray, then or pray then rather than an hour after the time had entered, again, that's not a problem. And you wanted to pray straightaway

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that you can do that as well and try and attack them. But I guess the most important thing is that you tried to establish that and

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Donna Fisher, I mean, a follow up question to this. And that one, it just has come very recently. So it's a from our brother from YouTube, Mahmud ghaznavi.

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is Islam where he can share what's the reward of praying Salat to Doha, even at home, I'm assuming again, because the rewards given for praying after saying from Fudger and and sitting in the masjid until that time. Yeah, so there are a number of a hadith which state

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the reward of in which that the one of them is that the prophets Allah said and said that every morning we wake up, there is Huck to be given us charity on

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on our bodies. And if you're unable to do that financial then Salah to Doha, ug and the electrical loop, then salatu, Doha will suffice you giving charity for the amount of limbs in your body. So it is a very important thing for us to

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do to do inshallah Tada, no.

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They have Xhosa. This is another question.

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On the topic of parenthood and children,

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what would you advise parents of a child who's almost 12 years old, who misses many of his obligatory prayers, the parents encouraged him as much as they can, and they try to be wise and gentle. Is it sinful for the parents that they do not likely

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hit or berate the child? If they don't pray once they are 10 years old? Yeah. Okay. So we know the Prophet alayhi salatu, Salam said, told us in a sound Hadith, that Maru Outrider can be solitary Allah, you know, encourage your children to pray from the age of seven, and then be a bit more, you know, encouraged them a bit more when they're, you know, 10 years old.

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Ideally, ordinarily, you know, because a child's mind, from a very young age will see one's parents praying, you know, at the age of,

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you know, when they start walking and moving around children, they tried to imitate their parents praying, you know, making sure Jordan bow and Domino ages of two and three. So Salah is not something very strange from them, or strange for them. So, when they were about, you know, seven years old, if you think they've had five or six years of seeing their parents praying, then suddenly you say to them, you know, let's pray, let's pray together. And usually, it's not something strange, they will see this as the norm for them to pray.

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And so most of the time, they will want to pray with you. If they say, Well, I'm doing something, you know, don't press them, okay, no problem next time, then if you persist this, you know, consistently, you're persisting and encouraging them to pray with you for another three years. So essentially, you know, eight or nine years of their life, they're seeing their parents pray, if at the age of 10, to like, I am praying with you, there's obviously an issue there. And it's very important that when we will look at these Hadith, that you put a context to it, you know, just merely saying that, you know, seven, encourage them and attend really be really harsh with them,

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and, you know, get them to pray. If the age of 10 that they're in a situation where they're averse to praying with you, it means that there's some issues, there's an underlying issue for them to behave in such a manner. So what I would say is that, you know, Islam doesn't

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push the children away from Islam doesn't push, you know, adults away, Islam is there to bring us close to Allah subhanaw taala. So what I would say is, I would really encourage you to converse with the children to sit with them to explain with them, you know, what's, what's the situation why you don't want to pray with us. And maybe this is important for us as parents to really get to the bottom and, you know, understand the minds of our children. Why they are thinking the way that they're thinking, especially when their minds are kind of you know, they can still be molded

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they still can be influenced in a good way. So it's not about just, you know,

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rushing to get the cane and do to whack them and why you pray with us. But it's also very important for us to understand, you know that, why are they behaving like this? So we can, you know, get to the bottom of what is really causing them to behave like this.

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One of the countries under pressure

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sticking with the topic of children, there's another question here, which says, If one is reading Quran, and your one's children, keep interrupting them with questions intermittently, does one have to repeat the old biller or the other on the bus Mala? Or just resume from where one stopped? Yeah.

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If it's a very brief, it's a very brief kind of, they've asked you something, whereas the little toy or something, or where is this and you say, Oh, it's over there, then you can continue reciting, there's no need for you to say or, or the relationship or, you know, Bismillah, or

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you can just continue with the recitation, If, however, there's a little gap. And you can see that you've visited yourself with something separate, that it's good for you to maybe start with the st. either. If you're in the middle of the chapter, there's no need for you to mention the West Miller.

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So really depends on how long that is, but small little questions, you can just continue with the presentation and jump

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on again, carrying on on a similar topic, but this is on a general topic. Inshallah, is how does one improve there to double the

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double of the Quran? And which are big seed books would you advise or recommend to go through to help in this to double?

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So I mean, first and foremost, are to ponder over the meanings of the Quran will only come about if you understand what you're reciting,

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going through a translation of the meanings is, is somewhat limited

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in understanding the true intended meanings of the book of philosophy.

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So what I would say is that it should be a big incentive for us to push ourselves to try and understand whatever we can from the Quran in the language that was revealed to us. Because understanding is, is the key to us pondering over its meanings.

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specific books with regards to see it.

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I mean, of course, there's different approaches with Tafseer.

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Whether it's language or rulings, or kind of the way is explained.

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It doesn't have to be a vast tavsiye it for you to ponder over the meaning sometimes you just need to understand the verse in a different way. So for example,

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type suiciding, for example, is very simple to see it for a simple Tafseer. And there's a very simple approach in just giving you this the attendant is the intended meaning of, of the verse. And, you know, with regards to pondering, I think that the Quran will affect all of us in different ways.

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And, you know, it's not necessarily for you to be told to, you need to go to this verse to ponder over the Quran, it might be these verses are particularly close to your heart. And then you can think about these nerves versus and then if it's talking about, I don't know,

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what happens on your military, or even you know,

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sort of, you know, but whoever he does, atoms, the weight of good will see that and whoever doesn't atoms with evil will see that and then you ponder over that and you think about all the deeds that you do, and you know, on your 1pm, every everything major small hidden scene, everything will be brought forward. You know, as long as you understand what that verse means, and what Allah subhanaw taala wants you wants from you, then this can go a good way. And you in helping you ponder over the meanings of the Quran. Well, I mean, how does that always kind of as a sub science really, you know, to the bro Quran, some books have been written on it.

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The kind of

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the guidelines, what represents or what is to the bar? And how do you go about doing it without falling into things which

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maybe we shouldn't with regards to meanings. But no doubt, you know, it's an important issue. The fact that last month I mentioned it a few times in the Quran affiliated Quran, Allah

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eco shirt is

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moving on to the next question sha Allah. This is from a brother Jamil on youtube I think Jimmy and mashallah is everyday he's posting lots of questions Masha Allah is Allah here for enjoying our hopefully, hopefully you enjoy our q&a s. His question is after giving birth to women off sorry, I believe that women are after women giving birth. They go through postnatal bleeding. Yeah, one was

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to false thinking they have stopped and bought and recovered, but later on, they realize they have not.

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Were the false kept? Or is it accepted? Or should they force those days again afterwards?

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Okay. So

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when a woman gives birth,

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she goes through

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state code NFS, which is postpartum bleeding, which has a maximum of 40 days, according to the majority of our limit 40 days. Now, there may be times during these 40 days, in which after, you know, let's say after 20 days, she stops

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any bleeding she has also she considers herself pure, for example, she has awesome, she will pray. And if she's in Ramadan, she will fast.

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Now, if at any time during this day, she sees that there is a return of blood, she will consider this as a continuation of the reverse of the postpartum bleeding. So if this occurs at any time before the 40 days, the discharge of blood, then she will stop praying, and that she won't fast, because it's within the 14th. Anything beyond 14 days, let's say that the blood just continued all the way up to 40 days, she would perform also on that day, 40 days since the day of birth, and she will start praying and fasting. Now, even if there's a discharge. After that she will consider St. HalBer. She will consider that chronic bleeding. And she will fast and pray as usual. While while

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she's

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moving on to the next question, there's quite a lot of questions here.

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Just trying to put some in a bit consistent order. But okay, here's a series of questions from the same person. Please, can the following questions be raised? If a man is praying thoroughly by himself using the most half? Can you read out loud so that others can listen specifically the man's wife was in the same room and wants to listen, but he's unable to join the prayer. I guess she's in her administrating or she's in the fourth. Yeah, we've got quite a few questions. We'll try to go quite quickly into it. So next question, actually, there's absolutely no problem. Let him recite the Quran and he recites it so she hears the night pray you recite it, so you can hear yourself. So

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that's no problem, Jonathan.

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And the second question is Can that woman who is unable to pray Tara with a husband, but as listening to husband reading from yourself, correct any mistakes he makes? And if so, can the corrections be set out? Or must a woman says to Pamela clap, assuming that not only the husband can hear? And there are no none? Or rear? mahomes Present? Yeah, so there are there's not McAdams who are present? Yeah, no matter is present. No. Presents? No. So it's just him and her? Yeah, yeah. Okay. So if he's reading from the most half, I would assume they show that there shouldn't be too many mistakes.

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However,

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she shouldn't be there the purpose of her there is to hold them

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upon the view that she is allowed to recite the Quran, which shall she is

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if she's on a monthly cycle, she shouldn't be touching them off half. They shouldn't be between her and the most half a barrier. So she's wearing gloves, or the most have seen a stand and she's turning the pages with with something like a pen or something like that. That's fine. A shadow Tyler.

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So in essence, that's not a problem, inshallah. Tada.

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Okay, and their final question on this one was,

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it's what should be done in Tarawih prayer, once the last Surah of the Quran is finished, ie the bottom? What is the Sunnah, what they should? What should should be said or done? By the email? Yeah. So with regards to the dua of the bottom of the Quran, upon completing the amount of different over the authenticity of this particular practice,

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there are some of the companions who did that. And then there are some others who did not, because it wasn't the direct practice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, some of them are of the view that

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that you don't do that. Okay. So there's a well known difference of opinion on that.

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If somebody takes that view, then they're entitled to that there's some of the companions who did do that. And if they don't do that, going back to the actions of the prophet Elijah, and they would have reason to not do that as well.

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One more question here. This is from Politico Hamza from Cardiff. If I take an oath in which I state that I will go to the shop today, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the shop closed early or I had a car accident, and I couldn't go to the shop. Is my oath broken? And do I have to? Yeah, I answered this question yesterday. Oh, yeah. Question. Yeah. It's the very same question what I what I thought was that, I don't know why you're making an oath to go into the shop. Okay. I mean, there are certain circumstances maybe you forgot to buy

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Something you know, maybe your wife is nagging you and you haven't gone on your new site, okay? What like I'm gonna go to the shop today out of anger, then you made a note for you to go.

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And then you go, you've made your way then you find it closed then at least you went out that you're fulfilled what you needed to fulfill because you made the effort to complete it and something beyond your

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control, you know, stopped you being able to fulfill that.

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Part of executor is 730 but I just got one last question in sha Allah is from a sister, bizarrely Siddiqui if you don't mind, Jeff is

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in the hadith is mentioned to pray for sunnah after the to make the fire be prohibited for you ship these four units we pray those two units or two raka or one unit or for Raka.

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Yeah. And there's a hadith which is in the Muslim ummah, Muhammad, that the Prophet Allah Salam would pray the for rock out before and after the hot as one set of for not separating them. They're gonna have different of its authenticity, majority of them.

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state that they have prayed in twos.

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However, if one traded in for on the assumption that the hadith is acid, that it is permissible to do that as well.

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