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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and welcome again back to the daily QA show here is talk to you on see online Masjid projects. We have we have every single day or from Monday to Friday we answer questions with our Messiah who come come on board chef hates him should precede him. She comes Rahim. shiksha cool throughout the week in sha Allah. Today we got Shrek with him with us in sha Allah. If you before we go to the chef, just, if anyone's got questions, please feel free to write your questions down in the comments on Facebook, or on YouTube. On either our channel or on share. We see this channel in sha Allah. And you can even do on Instagram. For those of you who like

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to stay anonymous, you can also use the email. It's daily QA, Islam three, one That's daily QA, Islam 21 So when it comes to

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I personally enjoy it.

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Because I guess it's nice going to the masjid, of course, everything's there facilitated for you. But praying at home, it's nice. I mean, you know, if you if you pray a couple other cards, you could sit there for maybe five minutes or so. And you can turn around and speak a little reminder if you'd like. So you could do some of the things that you can't do in the masjid if you like. So.

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I like it. It's just you know, it's just a blessing really to be in here, the wonderful Ramadan and enjoying it in the way that we are. It's just,

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you know, we are counting down, which is,

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you know, the month has passed so quickly.

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But still, we look forward to trying to tell we hope I lost contact sets for us and allows us to see many more than once.

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Yeah, in Charlotte, I mean, I think I was listening to electroshock Haytham actually, just earlier on today. And he mentioned that some of the secrets of of these last 10 nights and he mentioned the numeration of losses. I mentioned that that's the one who stays from

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one prayer and then stay sitting and makes it caught on to the next prayer is he's got he's got a special reward. He's got this, as the system said. It's like doing the rebar. Yeah. And it's upon Well, yes. I think at home, it's much easier to do that. You don't actually have to go home go home from do the masjid come back home again. Take your family or go back and just so you can actually sit down. Have your most stuff in front of you even have some snacks next to you and

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carry on on the lawn. That's right. So except from all of us in Charlotte, we just go straight jumps the question so we've got quite a few already coming through. One brother,

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s Ali from YouTube. He says Islam Ali Khan brothers. Is it acceptable to read the Quran I must have without judo. I read there is Kyla on this issue and reading without Judo is accepted by some of the lemma

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clips below hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah bad. So the actual recitation

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because there's two, there's two issues. There's the recitation and there's the holding of the masa. Okay. The recitation you don't need to do okay, so you can be walking in the street you could be at home, you could be in your car. You want to recite the Quran you want to recite Surah Fatiha for example, absolutely no no problem inshallah Allah

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as for actually physically holding the most half then there are stronger evidences to stay there really you should be in a state of awful

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remember your journey Rahim Allah has a book called An each map

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refer to us

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He has a book with a tiny fat sorry, another book called by Adrian month by illegitimate. It's called book by an agent by evening month. And in the he quotes all the issues which the scholars have agreed upon.

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And other than that, you will ultimately find some difference of opinion. Okay? Now, it's very important that when you're dealing with filler, if we're dealing with differences of opinion, that you understand, essentially what you're dealing with. And the mere fact that there might be differences of opinion, doesn't give a pass to say, well, you know, because there's a difference of opinion, I hold that because it's easier for me, it doesn't look like this.

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What we go with what we see, seem to be the strongest evidence, not everybody's in a qualified position to deal with the evidence in this way. So therefore, it's upon the masses to ask a person of knowledge, what do I do? And then they're told, this is the strongest opinion, you follow that, and as you as a mechanic, as somebody who's accountable, morally responsible for their actions, that's what you go with, with the opinion of the scholar or the chef or the man who has given you the ruling on that matter? And what seems to be clear and honest versus that you should be in a state of order if you are holding the masala

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let's go into another question. We've got a new Muslim here, it seems his name is James Newman from YouTube. And he's asked about one equal can one repeat the same sort of the sorts of Fatiha during Salah when you're still learning more, and you haven't done enough?

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I add? Yeah. So I asked our sponsor to give you success in this life and the hereafter brother, and ALLAH SubhanA. Allah allows you to grant your beneficial knowledge. If you happen to recite the same Surah after sort of 1030 in two consecutive units or consecutive occurs under pressure. That's absolutely no problem. Ashada Taylor, in fact, there was one companion or the Allah and who used to recycle to Allah Who had

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the law all the time. And so some of the companions

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Radhiya line complained that this companion was always reciting the one Surah in the record. And the Prophet Ellison asked him why, why is he doing this? And he said, I love this surah.

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So, so there's no problem shot at Allah. If you were to recite, you know, one particular surah and especially if you are somebody is a new Muslim, somebody's a new Muslim, then you know, there are some, there's some flexibility in the matter. So no problem.

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Moving on to the next question, we've got a questionnaire but interesting question from other Kareem, by email, and he says Islam on equal marks Allahu barakatu. I want some clarification as to naming of a newborn baby. Can a Muslim name a newborn child after an event or happening such as a victory over the recent COVID 19 pandemic? I'm not sure what he means by that, if he doesn't want to call his child a vaccine or something like that. Yep. Yep. So he wants to name his child after some event, some some good name, but after an event, that's, I think,

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the most important thing is that you, you cool the boy or the girl name, which they can carry through in their life, which they will be proud to have the name. It's not about having the rarest name. Okay. You know, sometimes, you know, the, especially the communities who don't know the Arabic language, they choose names, which

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have a very, very strange meaning, to be honest, and you know, that when you explain to them that this has the meaning, and it's a very strange meaning. And then the, it's not bad meaning, but it's very odd.

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You know, there was one name that came to me a few days ago, and it was the name of a small bug.

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I forgot the name. No.

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Anyway, I said,

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I said it's the name of a small bug. And they said, but is it halal? I said, Would you call yourself this name

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and knowing that this is the meaning and they said no, I probably wouldn't said right then you know, be fair to your child as well. And choose a name which you know, of course the best name is Abdullah Abdullah man, for the prophets or even for our sister Emma Tala. The names of the prophets these are the names you know, we shouldn't be thinking about all I don't want to choose the name that was going to cause them a problem, you know, when they're when they're traveling around on the passport. So let me just give them some kind of neutral name. Okay. Don't have this fear. You know, give them names which they will be proud of that identifies you as a Muslim and alas pantalla will have half

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of the last one is to one it protects Subhanallah Yeah, it reminds me

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of that school. There was another brother his name was Musa him.

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I said

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what is your your name means is the ham I mean, traffic congestion

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and basically yeah.

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I said, What's your name mean this and he goes, Don't ask basically, basically what happened was my my I was born in Egypt

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and we got my parents got stuck in a traffic jam when I gave birth so I was giving birth to a car in a traffic jam, Nate and after that

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he will make things humbler. Moving on to the next question. Sharla we've got a question here again by email brother Aaron. Islam Ali Khan from Friday Juma is it necessary to wash the hair on the head and and also, as I get flu, if I do that, often if, if I do that often, and I use hair cream instead of water, please advise me if this is allowed.

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If you've got an underlying issue or medical issue, that showering or bathing causes this use this issue to you, then you're exempt from that.

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If you think it's causing you to have a cold or a flu, I don't know maybe you live in a cold country, I don't know.

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But anyway, the point being is if it causes you harm, then yeah, you're exempt from that insha Allah to Allah.

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But there are circumstances when I assume as a Muslim that

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other than Joomla that you will bathe.

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Anyway, the porcelain Joomla anyways, is is a stressed son now according to the majority love Island, that seems to be more correct.

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So it's finally time to tell we doing references. I've got a few questions actually regarding children. Um, the

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next question he got from his brothers Z. Not sure if it's from YouTube, I think actually from Facebook. I've read somewhere that the one who shaves off the females head, either here, I guess, is cursed. However, I thought it was recommended to shave the head of a newborn baby. If they're a boy or a girl. Can you please clarify?

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Okay, so for a newborn baby.

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There are some of the orlimar who say that only the boy, his head is shaved. And some other elements say no, the girl can be shaved as well, when they're babies.

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And I think based upon the evidence is that there isn't specifically anything specifically saying that the boys only so you can do it for both boys and girls in Charlottetown. When they're babies as per the Sunnah.

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There's no curse upon a person who does that. I'm not sure if they're mixing a couple of issues here that when

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a woman resembles a man, and that when she's, you know, adult age that she saves her head.

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You know, sometimes people get they get some narrations, and then they put them together and kind of make a mess of things, isn't there? So? Isn't there a specific narration regarding the prohibition of women? I mean, fully grown women from shaving the hair? Yeah, because this would be following you know, you know, the likening of men because men may do. And there's a curse word that is a curse upon the men, the men who look like women and women who look like men and from all from all sides, whether it's from the hair, or the dress, and so on. So, yeah, we don't implement that on babies. That's a completely different ruling in China, China. So it's fine to shave the hair of the baby,

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and a baby girl. Sure.

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Another question regarding children. Someone's asked that I've had a newborn baby. And I've gone to shave the head, the hair of the child, and I want to click the hair to wave given sort of, yeah, and he says that it's not it's too light. How can you wait? Yeah, so if it's minimal, then, you know, give something, even if something that obviously is something very small, you know, a couple of pound or something like this. Give us something to allow that to be a condition Sunday, as you know, because you've implemented the shenanigans. We give a little bit more on top of that.

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It's good to Jonathan.

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Next question.

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I wish to buy a car by finance. This means I would pay monthly, but the but there is interest involved. Is there any way I can get around this? To make it permissible? Just from the home? Right? Yeah. So there are different ways of

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hiring cars, there are certain

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agreements that are that don't have rebind that there is an initial down payment of certain sum amount. And then usually you then pay a monthly

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figure, which is agreed between you and the company.

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And then after, depending on how long the contract is, if it's two years or three years, you have the choice to purchase the car for a fixed unknown price. Or you have the choice of finishing the contract right there and then these ones are fine, because there's quite a few. I'm not sure what

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You mentioned it with the liberal one. Obviously, if it has a river, there are other alternatives, then it wouldn't be permissible for you to get involved in that one.

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I guess I mean, something I found common kind of a common misunderstanding. Maybe you can clarify this. Yeah. I'll give you a typical example. Someone who's got a car to sell to rather than just two brothers selling a car. So if you pay me 1000 pounds now for my car, this is the car. But if you want to pay me installments over a year, I have to pay me 1200 pounds 100 years? Yeah. And typically in the in the car finance or car industry, they will say that has a specific APR or interest rate? Is that interest report the same as this? Or is that? Not the same? Between the two brothers? You're talking about? As an example? Yeah. Because, like I've done in the past, and brother would come back

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to the, well, you're charging interest here. Why are you charging?

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Over 12? For this, okay, so if I own a product, and if you want to buy it from me in one go, in one payment, it costs 1000 pounds. It's no problem with that. However, if you want to buy it from me, and you're going to give me pay in installments, then I'm going to charge you 1200 pounds. That's not not at all. It's a fixed amount for a known unknown item for a known specific time. Absolutely fine, Charlotte, and it's totally about all I have the right. In fact, it's allowed me to raise the price on that in that I don't receive the payment in one go.

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So it's allowed me to raise their price. Why during the during the contract, or do you mean no, no, no, no, no, no, not during the project? No, no, no, no, only at the start. Only at the start of the contract, we have a fixed agreement from the very start saying over a period of year, you know, you pay me 1200 pounds over the period of a year. That's fine. You know, probably it's not. Exactly I mean, that's that's kind of where the confusion sometimes I did some of the call financial deals that are there they because they said they use the word interest. And that's not technically rebar.

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We understand that. So yeah, just to get that clarification, even conditions and certain things, especially with car insurance, it comes up a lot. Yeah, yeah.

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Next question, do we need to pay the car on our investments?

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So investments the company performs, but if it is the cash investment you've put into a company, and this is the investment, which is you're able to get back at any time, essentially, then yeah, you consider that part of your wealth. So if you invested 1000 pounds in a company, then that 1000 pounds is something that you own. So therefore, you would, yes, you would pay zakat on that, as if it makes profit. You pays the car on the profit that is made with that investment as well? Yes.

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We've got a very interesting question here. I've never come across this question. But the Hamza from Cardiff, he's asking, what makes a shake and shake.

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I say okay, so, titles

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kind of things which identify, or terms that are used within societies to identify people of knowledge.

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You don't find you know, those people have knowledge themselves, they will necessarily give themselves these titles, but rather people will view them that way.

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And in different cultures and different societies, you know, different terms are used, you know, you might find the word Molana is used in certain communities. So those people who have gone away they've studied

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some form of Islamic knowledge are known for their knowledge that yeah, they may be known as a chef, they immediately known as an elder, they may be known as other terms like an Imam, or if they've got a job as an imam.

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And they kind of, even here in the UK, the use of these terms kind of goes through an evolution in the halal way.

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once upon a time terms, we used to share for people that we knew who big you know, scholars who were abroad,

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and that people were students of knowledge would be called or stats.

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But this kind of

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conveyor belt is moving. And those people who,

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who were once what stats are now Chase.

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I guess it's all relative, it gets within the community that you're living, maybe to the people, this person is a chef to them, but the grand scheme of things that they're just maybe, you know, they're not really compared to, you know, real real big scholars.

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So, these terms are given as a sign of respect if you like, or a sign

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no recognition that this is a person of knowledge.

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I guess it's a long discussion, but this is what I have for that now. I guess I'm maybe I'm inferring from the question,

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this assumption, but

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perhaps the direction you're going is that maybe we got two different people got a number of people who quote themselves or given the title of, of being a chef. And they give different opinions on a on a matter. Yeah. So as a as a lay person, which person do we follow up? I mean, if we had someone who's the grand mufti, and then we had someone who was just the local Imam, maybe you'd take the position because of the of the of the state of the Grand Mufti. But now we got all these people who are called Misha or scholars.

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And they're giving different opinions and the same matter, wouldn't be How does the layperson decide which opinion to go with?

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So I mean,

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there's a number of factors here is access to people, I mean, do you have access to a big scholar or a well known person of knowledge, if you have access to them, by all means go to the most knowledgeable person you can. And also,

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the type of issues

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the type of issues that you want to get involved in.

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Or that you want to ask about, you know, some of them don't need,

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you know, to be defined a Mufti or to find, you know, a scholar on that matter. It could just be matters, which, you know, most people just, unfortunately don't know about, but just require somebody just to study a little bit about that particular topic. So

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I think that, in all practical terms, if you can access the person of knowledge in your area, who's trustworthy? Who has the qualifications? Who has you know, he's able to answer those questions, so that's sufficient for you big issues, which affect large communities and large amounts of people, then, obviously, the higher the more knowledgeable person you can go to the better to follow him. We've got another question here, which is quite a deep question, actually. Small brother called Ali. Not sure whether he sent it by email or by on YouTube? Forgive me, it's not written here in the comments. He asked this question, I think, which is probably found quite pertinent for a lot of

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people who are missing the masjid a lot. And that is how do I I'm feeling there's a bit of an emptiness in the Ramadan? How do I know my Ramadan? is an accepted Ramadan? My my deeds are accepted? Yeah.

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Well, the simple answer to that is that the position that you're in brother is the same position that we are all in. And that is that none of us essentially know

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the outcome or whether our deeds are accepted Bilaspur monitor that this worldly life, we won't know that. For this reason, we have hope in Allah subhanaw taala

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that he would accept our deeds, and that means there's an onus on us to be sincere. To Allah subhanaw taala

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there's an onus on us to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet alayhi wa sallam, so that we don't fall into, you know, shares, we don't fall into innovation. So that's what's on our side, we'll strive to do the action in the best possible way in the way that we were taught.

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And then there's the internal battle that we have on an ongoing one, you know, we know that Allah subhana, Allah says in debates about Allahu mininum autoclean, that Allah Allah will only accept from the 13th. So we try our best to be from those who have piety, consciousness of Allah subhanaw taala. And then this is kind of a fear that keeps us away from being

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you know, heedless, or being cocky about what we're doing. And at the same time, we have hoped that last time I would accept Thomas, so we just do what we can and we leave the rest of our lives shall not merely accept all of our Ramadan, all of our false, all of our

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local deeds in Islam. In short,

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we have a question here from with regard to giving in charity, and from my brother I'm in here, it's time to move on. See, he's asked if I sign up for a service that makes regular donations on my behalf, my reward be on the day when I sign up to this service, or every time they donate on my behalf.

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if we simplify if you give somebody who to give charity and then you give it to a trusted individual, and you say to that person, I want my charity be distributed over the next 10 days, it's now the responsibility of that individual to then distribute this occur often not as like every other subject, but that was given to the individual on each day.

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Now we have more kind of developed mechanisms in place now where there's you can pay into an online system and the online system will then inshallah to Allah

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should in principle on each day, let's say for example, you paid I don't know 100 pounds. Okay, so 10 pounds a day.

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He's going to be released to a particular project on that day. Okay, so that being the case in Charlottetown,

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we can assume that you get rewarded for each of the days that you intended for you to give charity, as long as that mechanism is that what's in place is, is carrying garbage drops what it's supposed to do in China, I follow up to that, though, there be an additional reward if the person took the extra effort. And instead of paying in this automated service, he tried to pay him he tried to pay individually, each of those

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days or that day on the month in.

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Yeah, so I mean, going back to how is it better for you to do actions yourself? Or is it? I mean, is it more rewardable? For you to do it yourself? Or is there a similar reward in in trusting somebody else to do that?

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Last one,

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yeah. And if you do set up, as you'd make a regular donation, which is automated, yeah. Is there a need to make the intention each time? So for example, you do monthly? Yeah. Is there a need for every single you might forget the following month, or three months down the line that you've made this automated payment? And without even knowing 10 pounds has gone out of your account to this specific charity? Yeah. We haven't technically had for that specific payment and the intention or near so when we get an ad, we get rewarded for it, or would it be Yeah. So that you know the duration, the actions of our intentions, now your intention is at the very start that every month,

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every month that I will give something it's not required for you then to the time that the money is coming out of your account for you to then renew that intention, because we can assume

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continuation of your intention that hasn't broken.

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Your status Hibernia, we can call it as a terminal in in principles as soon as there is an assumption of continuation. So the fact that you made the intention at the beginning and your intention was that every month this is going to go out in Charlottesville every time it goes out, then we can assume that Shannon, you're rewarded for that. Later, even though you may forgot on that day it went out. But your intention was at the time for it to be given every single one.

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Moving away from this question, we have a question from YouTube by someone F. Blue she I think Belushi

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if someone does not pray, is their fasting accepted.

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it's not a simple answer to this I really depends why they're not praying.

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Not praying because they deny the prayer.

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Then there are no deeds that are accepted from that person.

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If a person is lazy in their pre meeting, they pray from time to time. Now firstly, the

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there's different views on this, the majority of the view that the person has asked him is committing a major sin.

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Another view is, you know, the evidences, to be honest, are quite strong for this, that a person is even if they're lazy, that they're in a very, very, very dangerous territory.

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And it could be the case that their fasting is not accepted.

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Because they are the, you know, after your shahada after your testimony of faith, your your link with Allah subhanaw taala is your five daily prayers. And if that's cut, then it's difficult really for you to justify or have any acceptance of any of your deeds, the other companions, rhodiola and Homewood the one action that they would see a person you know, exit the fold of Islam or the person who leaves their prayer. So

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it's a long discussion between the scholars but if a person is in that situation, they should be advised as soon as possible to return to us Montana.

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On May Allah make it easy male Tech Talk for us and keep us caught in it. So this time, especially in this pandemic, and it's locked down, it's even harder for those

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who don't regularly pray or find solace in Ramadan to go in groups to the masjid, they don't have the opportunity. So it must be harder, more reward, I guess, as well, if they do it by themselves, and they take that opportunity in their own homes. Inshallah.

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We have another question.

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From Instagram, brother Taalib. He says, If I miss calculating the current in the past years, as I didn't think that maintenance loans

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required the current calculation. I'm not sure what it means or maintenance loans. What should I do now in terms of repentance and paying it back? I guess maybe he's talking about taking loans, but University maintenance loans. So he's had some money sitting in his bank account

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over his university years, and he hasn't the account. What does he have?

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So whether it's a Maintenance Loan or

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whatever loans you've taken out or money that you have, and you've miscalculated the bottom line is that you need to recalculate it. Find out what is owing on that, and discharge it as quick as you can in Charlottetown. But do you need to pay the cat on a loan?

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Well, yes, you do. Yes. No debit, it remains with you. That money that you have taken, it remains in, in your possession. You're welcome then goes above the nisab. And he remains with you for a year. Most certainly, UPS account now.

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Is 730. Now so we are just going to take maybe last one question.

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And that is from the same brother actually followed up his question he's asked them, How do I decide on my Xikar? Dates? The date details occur? The I guess, a lot of people pay in Ramadan

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is that we can choose an arbitrary date, or do we have yet. So

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it kind of means you need to backtrack a little bit. And then go back to when you see that your savings go above, then it's up when they go above the threshold. And that would be day one for you. And then you move forward one year. So if you look at your your savings now, and you think how long have I had, if you base them inside one gold, for example, which is currently

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3400 And something I think it fluctuates each day, but if you think to yourself, I've got like 10,000 in the bank? At what point in time, um, how long have I had this. So if you've had it for a long time, then of course, you'll go back quite a few years, and you should have been paying soccer for a few years. But if you signed fine, something's around, I've got around 4000 or 3000. It's borderline around what the nisab is, then you go back to find out when I had that amount come into my possession. And that would be day one for you. It might be six months ago. So then therefore, in one year's time, which might not be in Ramadan.

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in one year's time, Islamic year, that is of course one year, Islamic year after that, that's when your soccer will be June. Okay, so I mean, a lot of people pay this occur in Ramadan. Yeah. Yeah. Because they believe it's, we believe it's, you get more orders in what genre?

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So is it the case that is more affordable? Or if for example, you have to pay Roger? Yeah, that'd be and I'm guessing. Just to clarify, this is the Islamic year as well. We're not talking about the Gregorian year here. We have to go Yeah. Luna, Luna. Yeah. So

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we, is it? Is it the same reward? Even though I did not, I mean, I intend to do it in Ramadan. But because I've now backtracked, and found out that I have to actually give it in sha one or

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something else.

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So yeah, a couple of issues is that if a person wants to, let's say, they're done working out, and there's like, as doing, you know, they'll hedger or will pay them just a couple of months after a month on and they want to give it early, you can do that. Okay, you could do a little bit early. Now, the assumption is that shorter that the rewards are because it's a blessed month, the rewards are increased in China, China.

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So therefore, if a person wanted to do that in the month of Ramadan, because you're fasting, you're engaged in that much more a bad,

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then you can show that and I hope that that was part of a reward.

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More in the last month of Ramadan sham days. So you mentioned a bit early, but what is late? Is that something loud?

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No, shouldn't be delayed. No. It doesn't mean that I you know, let's say but I'm a month late. Now. So my Visa Card date. Now it starts from the day that I paid it, it doesn't. There's a card date should be the date that it was do you just happen to be late. So that means in 11 months time,

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you guys okay, will be due again, not in 12 months from the day that you pay. Oh, okay. Okay. So if you like six months late, that means the next time you please occur is in six months. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, so just

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