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The speakers discuss the importance of good behavior during quarantine, praying, and reciting the Bible. They stress the importance of fasting and finding the right partner for a good relationship. They also address the negative impact of a culture of "branded" and suggest ways to restore memories. The segment ends with a suggestion to give guests guests a staple food and offer cattle-fitted foods to poor people.

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as salaam alaikum brothers and sisters and welcome to today's episode of The Daily QA show with the me your host Salman, but this is coming out to you from Islam. 21 says online Masjid platform and Subhanallah we're we're almost at the at the end of this blessed month Sam seems like yesterday. We were starting this

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and with with our first check that we hosted on this daily QA as well it's show was in Clemson a Salam aleikum. Che I

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don't know if I can hear you. Can you hear the chef?

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Well,

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to get to how are you? I'm good. How are you? Sure. Yeah, it helps. I had you on mute. I do apologize.

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I probably can't blame someone for that on that. Yeah.

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We? Yeah. It seems like yesterday, we were just

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talking about the first few days of Ramadan, people were sending in questions about, you know, the hardware, do Ramadan in lockdown, and all that kind of stuff. And here we are in 20/20 of Ramadan. Yeah, indeed. SubhanAllah.

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So, how's your Ramadan been so far? Yeah, Alhamdulillah, I enjoyed it very much. I'm hoping that we get another day that we complete the day, the month, 30 days. So maybe another couple of days of fasting. And Jonathan.

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If you're just tuning in, the way you just get your answers your questions answered, is just by typing them in the comments box below. If you're watching this from YouTube, or Facebook, or Twitter, or even Instagram, where you can also email your questions. Somebody's monitoring the mailbox at daily QA at Stanford truancy.com. That's daily QA at Islam 21 c.com. We're going to share a question here. First year, I don't know if you've answered this in the past, but

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do you get more reward for in Ramadan for doing deeds at night or during the day while you're fasting? So measure somebody's you know, maybe they've got a certain amount of Quran to get through. Yes, planning the next 24 or 48 hours. Your advice?

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Yeah, so I think I remember the question. And I remember reading something since that time. And, again, if not clear, my model I mentioned in his famous book was that if he Haiti had yellow guide, and in that he mentions about the different types of a bird which are offered at specific times.

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So you may have one particular act of worship, but is specified at a particular time, and that is the best time to do that. So for example, piano lane, of course, by default, in fact, it's called night prayer, you will offer that, and it is the best nerfing a prayer, the best nephila prayer that you can offer is in the night, so in Ramadan, so try to focus on giving,

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offering of the night prayer, because that's the best nephila that you can offer inshallah.

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And those things which you obviously do in the daytime, you focus on that. Now, as for Quran, which is done in both the day and the night.

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Then the recitation that may take place within the prayer itself,

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is is a mix between the two is standing in prayer, and a recitation of the Quran which is the best of both. So if you can recite the Quran while in prayer, this is very good.

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But during the daytime if you want to do other activities, either in the general sense, then Allah knows best as to what is a better time they have a night every day, I guess it goes back to the individuals kind of level of sincerity and assurance and humbleness in front of us, man

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Tyler

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welcome a fixture another question that's been coming in quite a bit is how do you pray Eid Salah when you're at home, and this is something we're getting from several people. Yeah.

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So if you have the view that you're going to pray a lot and eat at home, then it's essentially the same as you would in the masjid. And the first rocker Are you say seven could be a lot. So that Fatiha sort of Delilah, if you haven't learned that, or memorize that, then you can see any other surah and then when you come up for the second raka you see humps or five tech Bharat and then you recite Surah Fatiha, then so salty last year, if you've memorized it, otherwise any other sore and then you complete the prayer Simple as that shall take we've done on your own. Or if you're in a you know there's more than just your cell phone then you can pray as a congregation how much of the

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time?

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Okay, perfect. And what do you advise people in this last few moments of Ramadan? And could be the last day tomorrow of Ramadan? What is your advice to people about trying to make the most of this?

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What seems to be doing the rounds today is a statement of Chef embezzle Rahim Allah. And he says that if Laylatul Qadr falls upon a run out for Lilla Takata. Sorry, if one of the odd nights falls on one of the nights of Juma in the last 10 Then

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it could be more likely and Allah knows best that it could be later Takata. So for those who started fasting on, I think it's 24th of April. So today would be the 29th night. It could be the case that along this person, this could be Leila Takata. And you know, as Muslims we should remember that even at least there was in the previous odd nights. We should also remember that the prophets Isaiah and told us that Allah subhanaw taala free servants from the Hellfire every single night. So there may be one or two opportunities left for us to be from those people. And that's not to be you know, belittled or shunned away in any way shape or form and to be freed from the hellfire. So we should

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try every single night with an electron and then we can be sure that we did at least offer something on the laptop.

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Okay, circular fetcher. And connected to that is some people are asking about different types of deeds on level two brothers, there was a message going around. I don't know if you saw it that it only applies to the little color being more than 1000 month

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only applies to pray and Quran or is it something general or anything you give? This message is going around, they forgive one fan for example, and it happens to be the other then you get the reward of you know, having donated one time every day. Could you clarify that for us?

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Yeah, so when we're dealing with numbers in terms of with reward and has in it, and we find clear texts from the Quran and Sunnah which specify numbers, you know, like the soliton Jamar is better than the one who prays alone by $25 jet or 25 levels or all marks. These are specifics that we can mention without any doubt because they mentioned from the Sunnah, that this number represents this amount of reward. Similarly in the Quran, where

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Allah subhanaw taala says, a little cuddly, hi rune min Alfie Shahar that this night of determination the night of a Kadar is better than 1000 months. So this is clearer in terms of a number is better than 1000 month. So if you want to put that in years, maybe close to 83 years. So

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sometimes, time is a little bit abstract for us to understand what do we mean by that? So we'll try to simplify if you give one pound or if you were to give five pounds and you try to multiply it by something that Allah knows best, maybe, maybe you would get that particular award, but we don't want to kind of, you know, fling around numbers that weren't mentioned in Quran and Sunnah said this is what you're gonna get. And you know, recite Surah Takada seven times, and then all your, all your sins will be forgiven and 70,000. Angels will MegaDrive for you. I mean, there's really, yeah, apparently, there is no sound body for this. There is no narrative foundation for but you know,

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people have been doing this for years my entire life, you know, I'm going to recite sort of cognitive seven times and I'm going to receive this reward when

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there's no awesome there's no origin to that. So

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I think that everybody, whatever bin, you're going to offer only little clutter, whether it's solar and solar is the best thing for you to do in Charlottetown, if you can, because this is what the prophet Ellis is alleged to do. You stand in prayer involves recitation of Quran, the prayer involves so many different things. So that's kind of the best thing that you can do. If you're tired then okay, engage in maybe just recitation of the Quran, maybe give some sadaqa and likewise is not allowed for us or we shouldn't restrict people saying that. Well, the

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reward is only for salah or the reward is only for sadaqa okay, you need proof for that. Okay. So you know footballer who asked that you know the virtue of the blessings of Allah Subhana Allah are extensive and we don't limit them. So we hope that whoever does a good deed and does good whatever righteous actions on these nights we hope that Allah subhanaw taala will will give them the very best and if the deserving of that for sure Allah Spanner will give them what they deserve and more charter.

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Exactly. I mean, if anyone's interested, we had we published a an infographic I think day before yesterday about a checklist of things that you can do you know, you can enter the lawsuit in the night last night so written by Chef Ethan and her dad so can check it out on assumption agencies, social media or Yeah, things on our social media. Next question is

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brothers asked Salaam Alaikum does taking the muscles calm sexual desires? Is there is that something established? I don't know anything that actually calms one's

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desire. I have not heard anything on that wall of Ireland. I know it's it's a must. If two spouses are together then Wholesale is wajib yes for the states for the purpose of purity.

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But I've not heard anything along them.

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Maybe the person is making an analogy that you know somebody gets angry they think well, Doctor calm them down.

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Don't know.

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Yes.

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Yeah.

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There's no and by the way, I've not heard anything.

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Okay. What What advice would you give to someone? Maybe they're struggling with that?

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What what?

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Yeah, I mean, fasting is is an advice that the Prophet alayhi salaam gave to us. And also, you know, what you what you see, you know, what you allow your eyes and your ears and what environment you're in. If that's kind of highly charged highly sexual, then you know, it's gonna raise, arouse, you know, there's desires within you. So be sure to, you know, lower your gaze when necessary.

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Because, you know, humans are stimulated by things that they see and what they hear. So you may need to look carefully and pay attention to the environment that you're in as well.

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Exactly.

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We have another question. What is the connection between fasting and Dukkha?

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So Allah mentioned in the Quran fasting, is connected Lala contact taco was that connection between them?

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Well, the direct connection is fasting. Fasting and Taqwa fasting leads to tuckaway. Fasting is done properly. That's the direct link.

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And so what is fasting so we need to understand what fasting is. It's not merely just staying away from food and drink. But as we know in the sound Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu sallam said Melania dalcolle is really well I'm an OB, felice in India, he has written the Alto I'm overshot. That a person evolves and you know bad speech and swearing and cussing and cursing, then Allah generators no need for the individual to you know, to leave their food or drink. So it means that your your tongue has to fast you have to make dhikr of Allah subhanaw taala stay away from foul and bad language. So, these are the kinds of the other secrets the inner secrets to to fasting as it

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were, and that if the fast is done correctly, within Lightoller, then that will lead to Taqwa.

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You know God consciousness and feeling Allah subhanaw taala. It's not as like you know, ALLAH SubhanA. Allah mentions Taqwa. As Troy mentions fasting and then right at the end of the I mentioned taqwa and then there's some, you know, some secret between the two. No, it's quite clear that Allah Subhana Allah mentions fasting, look comfortable. Fasting was prescribed so that you can attain, Taqwa of Allah subhanaw taala. So it means that you need to fast properly.

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Okay, so how would you translate taco there? Yeah, so chocolate and English

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is not a thing is one word. Really. I mean, there's piety. There's like it could be righteousness. It could be a consciousness of Allah, fear of Allah. I think all of these words go towards us understanding the essence and the meaning of the word Taqwa of Allah tanto

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circle ahead. Another question here. How do I know that?

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My worship in Ramadan is accepted

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well inside Ramadan outside Ramadan during Hajj outside of Hajj I mean in this life you won't know for sure that if you're a bad as accepted, you don't get something through the post saying well done you know you've got a first or you got

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you know, gold star for your passing of your data. It doesn't work like this. Rather, we live between hope and fear.

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Loving Allah subhanaw taala we have hoped that we did the best that we could do, offering that evader purely and only for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and doing it in the way that the prophets of salaam taught us. And then fearing things like you know

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arrogance, fie, fearing things like rejection that we did something wrong, not according to the Sunnah. So there's a balance between the two. So we don't have any promise in this world, they likely will know that on your will pm and charlatan. But in the meantime, we keep striving, and Allah knows best.

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To feel you're just tuning in, the way you can get your questions answered by Sheikh was in crimson is just by typing your question in the comment section below. Whether you're watching us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or you can email us at daily QA at Islam. 21 c.com Next question we've got in from our email is salam alaikum. How do I go about deciding on a spouse?

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And in brackets, it says groom, so.

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Yeah, I hope so. Yeah.

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Yeah.

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So

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we follow the advice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, that you should look for two the most important characteristics, and those who possess Deen, who have a good religion, for fear Allah subhanaw taala. And that's their relationship with Allah subhanaw taala. And secondly, personal and those who have good, you know, good manners, that means that they deal with people in a good way. So these are the two most important things, you're going to look for their relationship with Allah subhanaw taala. And their relationship with those around them, most importantly, their parents. So what is the this particular brother? What's his relationship, like, with his parents? How does he

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treat his parents, it's a good indication of how he treats people. Okay? So this is why it's good, you know, if at all possible at any time, you can meet the parents and you can see the family so you can see how his and for that matter the other way around, how she will be with her parents. So this is the advice of the Prophet LS or something, this doesn't mean that you choose somebody that you're not attracted to, of course, you can, is important to marry somebody you're attracted to.

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But that's not doesn't have to be number one. Number one is because you know, beauty will come and go. And it may not be there may come later, a lot of us missed.

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So, the most important thing is religion, that they feel lost contact that they have a good relationship with Allah genuine establishing the deen and that will they will remind you of Allah subhanaw taala. And they have good manners with everybody else. And that's what you will find beauty and

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how would how would you answer if someone didn't ask a follow up question? How am I supposed to know what that person's Dean is? Like? I mean,

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do we encourage them to

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follow them around? See how many times they're going to the masjid or, or simply ask point blank, you know, certain questions.

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No, you can ask questions for sure. You can ask things like, you know, what do you do with regards to you know, seeking knowledge? Depends what you're looking for. You know, do you attend any regular lessons? Do you

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listen to any scholars? Or who would you like to study with?

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Do you like to recite Quran?

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You don't have to ask them to recite the Quran with in front of you see how good your tax returns.

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But the other what's happened is I've seen this happen grilling. Yeah, I mean, could you recite Surah Fatiha because you're going to lead me in prayer on I know that you might our prayer is valid.

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Yeah, this is this has happened before, believe it or not? Yeah. So

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you know, I think that there are ways of asking to find out how, what level of Deen there upon. And it's also important to remain realistic. Okay. That, you know, nobody's marrying into a situation where they're marrying us a hobby or a hobby, or a female or male companion of the Prophet alayhi salam, they want a different level from us. Okay.

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So I think that

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if you find somebody who is on your level of what you're looking for, you have similar goals, outlooks and life, then

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there's always an element of kind of the unknown, but you put your trust in Allah subhanaw taala, that he will give you what you deserve in childhood.

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So

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next question is from Ray Ray on YouTube. What's the ruling on giving regular charity on behalf of a living person? Is the attire a child giving charge on behalf of their mother as a way of honoring her? Yeah, but if somebody wants to give charity and include other people within that charity,

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then this is a good thing to do. Yeah, Hamdulillah this is no problem in actuality. Okay. And there's another infographic published recently about this. So have a look at you know, maybe someone will put it in the comments inshallah. Okay, so my answer is in line with

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your answers. Pastor pastor tells Google

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with the board.

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Next question from Muhammad, when is it allowed to prevent a parent from seeing his children? And what's the ruling on this

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So the so you're talking about an exception to the rule, which goes, the general rule is the origin is that parents were in a situation where they're not together anymore, both have full right? To see their children without, without any of them being prevented, regardless of what's gone on between, who were once husband and wife, they have their own issues, that should no way impact the relationship that any of the parents have with with their child. And unfortunate, unfortunately, we are living in a time and in a place in an environment where this is very easily abused. Okay, and let's call it out how it is that it's quite easy for a woman in this country to prevent

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her, the father from seeing her child simply because I don't think you're a good person. So you're not going to see your child, which kind of essentially leads to

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conflict, which leads to the cutting of ties,

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and which is Kabira terminal cover and is a major sin upon the justification in her view, that he is he has this A, B and C, but this may be towards you. And you may have had a bad relationship. But the thing is that you cannot make the use that same judgment towards the child. Now, if the if one of the parents is psychologically

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ill, and it's quite easy for the woman to say, Oh, he's a narcissist, and he's this what you're not a psychologist, it's not allowed for you to stop passing judgment or diagnosis. Judge jury and executioner? Exactly, exactly. Yeah. So what I would say is that, you know, both brothers and sisters, I'm not just one, you know, calling out systems. But

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the reality is that that's what happens most of the time. But it is not allowed for any of the parents to prevent any of them seeing their children, and at times, having to go through very, very draconian very difficult systems, which are almost a humiliation for either of the parents to go through to see their child, which is very unfortunate, and has no place in Islam. And I would recommend for Muslims to go to, you know, Islamic arbitration, Islamic counselors to find out how reconciliation can be arrived at with Islamic principles.

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So, to answer the question, it's, the ruling is it's not only haram, but a major sin. But the exceptions in which scenarios cannot be permitted, as you mentioned, if they pose a clear and present danger to the child in their life, which is been clearly established.

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That danger is not to be interpreted by one. Exactly, exactly. Maybe this and maybe that there has to be a valid clear and valid and qualified opinion by a by a counselor or a professional professional. Exactly, exactly. So

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I have a question here. It's from a sister.

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I was not able to fast for some time in the Ramadan because of an illness, it was this Allah punishing me

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know, if you become ill Relax, it's the opposite. If Allah subhanaw taala causes you to be ill, then this is an opportunity for you to show your patience to show your gratitude and thanks to Allah subhanaw taala.

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And if we don't, you know, and we all do things wrong in our lives,

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then this may be a purification of our sins. So we don't see things that are Allah's punishment because they didn't fast days, we don't feel like that. But this is the cognitive loss counter and it's how I react to each and every single situation. And in the future, I can make those days up in Charlotte and then you'll be rewarded for making those days up, if any later on Okay, so whatever affliction befalls you be patient, and then there is a great deal of reward waiting for you later on. Yeah, so it's common for some people to get those feelings and those thoughts, you know, and have those opinions and maybe, maybe Allah is punishing me and then they get get into drawn into a

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cycle of kind of depression and stuff. So if you want to call it off at the beginning, having said that, funnily enough it's, it's Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, apparently.

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So, yeah, sounds good. We all should. The definitely. Yeah.

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We have another question here. It's from the email. My parents are happy with a groom, character religion behind

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We're all good. However, I'm not liking it based on, I'm not attracted to him and I don't think he's compatible with me. So what would you advise? So

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on this issue isn't allowed for anyone to be forced to be married, and they don't want to. And it's important that the one who's getting married actually wants to get married to that person.

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So, if the person is not comfortable, then they're not comfortable. What can you do?

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It might be the view of the parents that this is a good boy, he's a good person, you know, he's well off and he's, he's a good professional and things, okay, might tick all those boxes, but the person is going to live with him and start a family with is not really feeling the situation. So, you know, if there's no way of resolving, resolving, but you know, it's not going to happen. Okay. Carlos Hamdulillah. Then they move on to Charlottetown. And they try to find somebody more suitable. Insha Allah Tala.

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Okay, so

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another question here. How do I know when eight is when my local mosque is closed?

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Follow?

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I mean,

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I assume if you follow Islam to I don't see them tell you.

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Thanks. Thank you for saying that. So I didn't have to. Yeah, that's a

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non sponsored plug.

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So yeah, I mean, I don't think

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maybe that when you're trying to get at, you know, the when there's two different people given different days, for example,

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different.

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Yeah. So I would assume that your following. You started Ramadan at a particular time and those people who told you it started, okay. I assume they will tell you when it's when it finishes as well in Chinatown. Okay.

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On that note, I think our announcement is going to be tomorrow evening in Sharla. We're going to know whether or not

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it is Saturday or not either Saturday or Sunday. So those are the two likelihoods

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and some people are say a lot of people are saying it's more likely to be Sunday, but we're still waiting for the confirmation of the moon sighting and stuff.

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Right after Ramadan ends, does the six days of show while have to be to cat to

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catch the six days of show while mentioned in the Hadith. Does it have to be straight after? Or can it be? Any? Anytime? Yeah. So the six days of sugar oil can be fasted in any of the days of Shawwal either all in one go or separated as you like, okay. And they can be started on the second show work the day after eat. So you can start on that day, you want to do six in a row straight after that. No problem. If you want to do one, and then every other day as you like, what have happened, maybe have a rest for a week and then start it's entirely up to you but they are to be done issue one after you complete any days that are missing. If you have any missing from what I'm about

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how can I give us a car to fit to poor people here in London?

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Yeah, I don't think the poor people here would want a bag of rice. Yeah, I agree with you. I agree.

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Yeah. So I you know, I think that the issue of the cattle feedlot which obviously only happens once a year, it's I think as Muslims as community we need to relook at it, how it's done. I mean, ordinarily, we just turn up on the debit he'd go to the masjid put a fiver in the bucket and walk off.

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I mean, as a cattle fitter should be according to ripped off.

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According to the correct Alana is less liquid into stronger based on the Hadith, it should be given us food to people. And you know, you just turning up on on the day of Eid and putting a few pounds in the bucket really doesn't fulfill that responsibility correctly. So in this day and age, I think

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a good start is that there's no problem if you don't find anybody local is to contact or a local charity or say local a UK based charity and that they will distribute the cattle fitted for you in a different country. And you could do that a couple of days early. So being that you know, potentially it could be on Saturday you can you can pay us a counterfeiter from now.

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So try and get it so that they can deliver it exactly, exactly exactly the point I would say that. In fact not only that, you can do it from now I would highly encourage you stop doing it. Paying it from now when I say pay it means that you're going to give a representative that money to buy food to give it to the poor people and you can do that quite easily via a number of well known and trusted charities in Sharla.

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And the charity partner this year with a some tendency is if our relief if you just go just click one of the banners wherever you see them on some to see it should take you then they have a look at the footer section. But if somebody wants to give it in London, maybe they know a family who's struggling or you know many people are below the poverty line in London. How

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they go about giving it to them who do they just kind of get a meal? Or what is the amount for them in today's kind of? Yeah, so as to what what is given is an Arabic is is like the staple food of that country, it doesn't have to be rice. And if they eat rice, then okay, by all means give them about about two and a half kilos of rice.

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But whatever is considered a staple food, not cooked food, it's uncooked staple food that can be stored that type of food. That's the kind of food that that's given to them. And if you want to give them more than that, okay, you want to give them more than that, then by all means, there's not as though if we know that there are Muslims who are in a

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difficult position, I mean, who is allowed to receive the cattle,

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there is a view that all those who are allowed to receive the care are allowed to receive the cattle feta.

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However, the purpose of as a cattle feta, what seems to be more correct and Allah knows best is that it's a specifically for difficult and Moroccan for the poor and destitute. And if we have Muslims in London who are below the poverty line, then we should be doing far more than just turning up their door and just giving them you know, three kilos of rice, okay? If they're in a different desperate situation, yes, by all means, give them scattered feta. But we should be looking to support these families

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on a much more regular basis. And by giving them you know, maybe giving them money, no problem, but that's not as I've gotten treated, by the way, but giving them something as well on top of that should be a staple food, not something freshly cooked, something that they can restore.

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Let's just say the last question, now, my friends are saying that it's bad to reject a spouse if you're not attracted to them. Is this true?

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You kind of answered it. But yeah, maybe so if you're not attracted to them? And then if you say no, that's bad.

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No, no. Why? Why is that bad? You know, I mean,

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there's no proof of that. There's no proof to say that if if I'm not attracted somebody and I don't want to marry them, that's absolutely fine. Okay.

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You have to live with that person. The other person doesn't. So

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spouse, which you're not already married to.

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Yeah, but then again, you know, I mean,

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no, actually, I wouldn't say that. Yeah. So there's no problem. I mean, you know, may Allah's will give you better may give that person better. And there's, you know, there's, you know,

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right to say there's plenty official plenty plenty fish in the sea. There is, you know, there's only human beings on earth. Yeah. accurate statement. There are plenty humans on Earth. Yeah.

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Exactly.

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I think that's all the time we have today.

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For the last one, that is the last one, isn't it?

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I think so many? Yeah. Yes. Yes. Not next month, next week.

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Yeah, probably will be last one time we see. Yeah. Ah, I might have another episode tomorrow with another chef. As for Chef

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Zach Mikayla, thank you very much for your service and we'll probably probably roped into doing something else next week on wasn't sure well.

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Me just yet.

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Zack,

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