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Islamic Q & A 27-10-22

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Yahya Ibrahim

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Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Salam Allahu alayhi wa early he was actually he was sending to Sleeman Kathira it's your brother Yeah. Hey Ibrahim coming to you live from my home here in Perth, Western Australia. I pray that Allah Subhana Allah to Allah grant tutto field and higher and Baraka, wherever you are listening to this wonderful program that is facilitated for us by the hard working brothers and sisters at a slab and channel. Please do keep them and us and all of us in your allotment. I mean, I pray that Allah subhanaw taala calls it the time that we spend together to be a time of reflection and mercy and love that we are

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able to gain an appreciation of each other in our pursuit of that which is pleasing to Allah subhana wa Tada I pray that Allah Subhana Allah Allah, Allah Allah al Qadir is one who showers us with His mercy and sends his love into our hearts and into our homes. That we are those who search for he Dahlia and guidance and are of those who are willing to put into practice with effort. The sunnah of our Nabhi Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Welcome to Islamic q&a And this is our regular Wednesday afternoon session we meet each and every Wednesday at noon London time, it happens to be a little bit around 7pm here in Perth when the daylight saving time it will change to 8pm and I look

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forward to still remaining connected with you for the remainder of the year in sha Allah. There are a number of questions that have come in through the WhatsApp service and the email service but we are hoping Inshallah, that you will call in and we do love to hear your calls on air consider them an act of charity and sadaqa that you benefit other people we that some of the questions that you ask of course, they are usually questions that are on other people's minds and we pray that Allah Subhana Allah uses us for the betterment of each other Allahumma Amin

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I wanted to begin with Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam actually it is a Hadith of the Prophet I send them but in it is an important to add, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was one who was always ordered by Allah to invoke Allah in particular ways to make dua to Allah subhanho wa Taala that in particular ways, and the prophets of Allah, Allah he was setting them to do that he would eloquently use in banking, in vocation and supplication and requests of Allah always began with the prophets, I send them praising Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, and showing Allah Subhana Allah to Allah that it's not just about what I received from you, but my love for you,

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my fear of you my hope and your mercy is so great that my greatest or my most consistent is not that of color but request, but it is that of magnifying you extolling preys upon you, and establishing Your Majesty in my life and with my words and on my tongue and showing it in my deed. One of these powerful statements of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam occurs as he witnesses his wife after fetching a prayer. Now the wife of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, she had finished a lot infection and she remained seated in her place of prayer in her home. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had gone out to lead the prayer when he returned, she was still there.

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Then the prophets I said, you know, went out and did a few errands and has come back a few hours later in the day. So now it's three, four or five hours into the day, when he returns, run the Allah when am I gonna Rhodiola is still seated in the same position that she was in since the time of Fajr prayer.

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And the prophets I seldom ask, have you remained in this same position, making your dhikr of Allah worshiping Allah, making your dua to Allah since that time I first saw you? And she said, Yes, O Messenger of Allah. Now here the prophets I send them says, I said, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. I said, four statements, three times each. I said four statements, three times each, that is greater in the scale, then all of the victory you said, in the hours that you spent, and then the profit times

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Reuters sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said I said Subhan Allah who are behind me, either the hunter he worried on FCT was INETA. Archie when we die that can be met Subhan Allah will be handed either definitely, we're going to see where Xena tauschii When we die that can imagine Subhan Allah will be handed either the Hulka he was one FC he was in atta Archie he will mean that that can be met three times. He said those four sentences. He said some Allah who it was said that they feel the scales, greater in amount of good deeds, then all of the things that was made by our mother, the mother of the believers or the Allah and how Allah Now there's a number of things that are important

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to attach to this hadith. First, is that the prophets, I said them if you saw you doing something good, it did not stop him from recommending something better. And Subhan Allah, this is a forgotten sunnah, that we have forgotten in our life. We just assume all somebody is doing something good, okay, just leave them on Hamdulillah. But sometimes you can do better, you can learn better and more. And sometimes in honing your knowledge, you can work smarter, not just longer and harder. And that's the second point. The prophets iclm teaches us it's not about how long you spend, or how long you stand in prayer alone. But it's also the quality of what is said that is built on the knowledge

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given to us by the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. That's the power of the Sunnah you are, there's no better invocations of victory than those talk to us, in particular moments and in particular opportunities. By the Prophet Muhammad salallahu Salam. So those two lessons we begin with the first lesson is yes, even though somebody's doing something, right, and well, if there's an opportunity to improve it, share it with them. Number two, it's not about how long or how much quantity you invest in your bad. Sometimes it's more about the quality than the quantity. Working Smarter. Worshipping smarter, is preferable to worshiping longer and harder. Worshipping smarter

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means having knowledge that is given to us from the one who is informed best by Allah. I wouldn't have a you will have so long it was so we have our first caller on the line. I said I'm Anakin caller How can I help?

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It's good to hear from you again. Hi, Joe. How can I help today?

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I just wanted to ask you a question. Sure.

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Like when we do

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on behalf of

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somebody,

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and if they do ombre, or some sort of other [???]. Do we also get some of

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my second question is like my daughter is very

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concerned or she doesn't understand you know, that

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shift for men and boys just for girls in

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you know, and she says that it was in those times when used to spend this money on the wife but these days women and so shouldn't their system is

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so I thought that was probably on you. And I just wanted to thank you because remember, I said that I just decided to do that. And

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then you told me to decide someone that

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started typing

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every day.

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And my salah, I'm on the sixth bar right now.

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And hamdulillah Allah

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may Allah allow you to complete the Quran many, many times and make you an inspiration for others love me. We'll begin with the first question in sha Allah. Yes. Sorry.

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Yeah, I just wanted to say and my brother in Holland is recounting as

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well

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coming home in December from

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Allah

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will begin with your first question in chat la hija. The first question was about

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donating some of the reward of our deeds towards our loved ones who have passed away. If we have given support on behalf of our parents or we have given an endowment or built away

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eller something of that nature when we were doing our Omura with their intention, and you know, saying like bake Allah Who video camera and Oh Allah, I come to make camera on behalf of this person, do we also get the reward, there is no statement from the prophets, I send them to say that the reward is not given to you as well. But also equally, there's no statement from the prophets. I said than that, he said, the reward is given to you as well. And therefore the older man in this issue, they remain with Tawakkol they remain standing in anticipation of hope in Allah subhanho. To Alice Merton, there is no reason why Allah Subhana Allah to Allah, whose generosity has showered us

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with all of the blessings that we have, that we wouldn't be restricted from the blessing that we have intended for others. In fact, we have evidence that the prophets I said, Lim says, The one who does a good act, and other people follow them in it, they get the reward of the one who has done the action in inspiration from them, along as them doing the ACT themselves. So that shows us that a person can be given a reward for something that they themselves did not do, but that they inspired others to do. It also shows us that a person's reward may be shared with another while they themselves have not lost reward. Well, yes. And and they're like, there is this analogy, therefore

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that is established by some of their own lemma that yes, in sha Allah, you will also receive the reward of the sadaqa of their own rock of the knee. Yeah, even to do something righteous in that regard. The second question that you ask, my dear sister is an important question. And your daughter asks and the laws of inheritance can there be HD had in them? The answer is no. Because where the word of Allah has been spoken, there is no each day had to change that which is scriptural, but I want to bring to her attention to all of our attention, that where Allah subhana, Allah to Allah has ordered that there is a doubling up of the share of the inheritance on behalf of the brother or

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somebody in the in the household who's a brother or who has a share as a male heir, that this is actually not unjust if you implemented within the system of inheritance. So one of the failings that we have as Muslims is that we are selective in our practice of faith. My daughter, may Allah subhana, Allah give her a long life and give me a long life and all of us good deeds, Allah I mean, from the day she is born by the order of our Shetty, she is not required to earn for herself that which is to keep her in relatively good standard of food, of clothes of shelter, it is obligation upon her father, in my absence, my brother in my absence, my sons in my absence, my uncle, in my

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absence, my father, that there is a guardian who is meant to fulfill the needs of every single woman who is within their circle. And the Prophet says that on the day, gentlemen, one man will be looking after 50 Women are all of them, mothers, sisters, aunts, and uncles. Our tradition of Muslims, as Muslim men is meant to be standing serving every gender, our moon, men are standing at the service of the women in their life, the women in their household, their wives, their daughters, their mothers, their sisters there and I'll holla Well, that, you know, my mother's sister is like she gave birth to me, she has the rights over me that my mother has. So your daughter's share is meant

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to be kept for her. But if your son's share is not meant to be kept only for him, it is meant to be in fulfillment of her needs. And therefore, it is doubling of her share, but it is honoring her brother and entitling him making him responsible as a guardian for her that he can't abdicate. The reason is that he can't say no, no, no, you got your share. I have nothing to do with you. Our share the app for beats this hour Sherry demands of him, you cannot wash your hand of this responsibility. You cannot lock your door to your sister to your daughter to your mother to your end. You cannot turn your back on a duty ordered by Allah that Allah has even said, Listen, you have even been given

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the share not for you to consume unjustly, but that it is in your order upon you to maintain the the fulfillment of the rights of those who are requested and therefore you find it you if you view the Sharia in the correct light and if I

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Where men became noble as they are meant to be if they are taught what is expected of them if they are raised different to the way that we raise our daughters and that's important, you know, our sons are meant from in our Sharia in our deen from a young age, the moment that they have become mature and are able to stand on their feet, there is no obligation for me as a father to feed, clothe or shelter my adolescent son, who is now able to look after himself if the need arises. However, I could not do that with my daughter. It's forbidden, It's haram, she is in my guardianship until I shake the hand of a noble man in sha Allah, Who then is now responsible for her as his wife, as part

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of the legal binding contract that do you agree or believed and he says publicly to I accept the responsibility. And now as a father, she is under his guardianship in food and clothing and shelter and protection, lack of done Allah, if anything was to happen, they returned to the Father, to the uncle to the brothers to the family, we look at ourselves as a whole society and community. Do not be deceived by sinful constructed inappropriate analysis of our deen. It is intentional to undermine the values that we have. Our Sharia is a beautiful Sharia, if we were to practice it and to understand it, may Allah Subhana Allah to Allah cleanse our hearts of doubt, and put within us a

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love for the words of Allah and the tradition of the prophets. I send them and may Allah correct our behavior and the looseness that our young men have taken the responsibility over honoring and oh, and being obedient to Allah in serving their sisters, their mothers, their ads, their daughters into the future, along with that, I mean, we have another caller on the line as Salam Alikum caller How can I help

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Yes, Sister, how can I help you today? Yeah, I just want to

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motivate

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her because he doesn't want to go and what can I do

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to go to where sorry, you cut out for a little bit there

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to work to work Subhan Allah

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is there any medical issues that the brother is suffering with?

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I'm not sure really because

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well, I have

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just tried to help does does he go out on other occasions or is it just does not want to go to work? So does he have a circle of friends? Does he visit the Masjid? Is he networked within the community? Might your sister

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go to the mosque?

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Typical shopping

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what was there an incident that happened at his previous work that has kind of put him in this mindset?

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Convinced?

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Yes. Is he working from home? Is that part of the issue? Is he working from home or has he stopped working entirely?

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Hey.

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Okay.

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So there's a number of things perhaps that I can can offer.

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The first is, you know, the prophets, Allah Allahu alayhi wa sallam. He tells us that Prophet dellwood

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who is a king, honored by Allah as a king, but also as a messenger of Allah did not eat anything except that he had worked to earn it worked with labor to bring about its fulfillment, that it's right to be able to consume it. So even though he was a king, and he has the wealth of his land, he would go out to work to fulfill his own needs and the needs of his family. I would never use Mohamed Salah when he was 11 was one who was always engaged in in work, whether it is in repairing in his home or, you know, being a merchant previously as he delivered his message. All of these are are things that we see in the tradition

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of Islam and Muslims, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would say that the hand that is giving is better than the hand that is receiving. So even if there is a social networking system that allows us to receive payments, as a Muslim as a part of our is that we feel it necessary to go out, even if I'm going to earn the same thing that is being provided, for me, we see it as being better and more closer to the sunnah to earn exactly the same that would have been handed out to me in that regard. So there are numerous statements of Allah in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet I sent them. But I think that there has to be something that is a little bit more deep seated with our

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brother. Now ask Allah Subhana Allah to Allah to cleanse his heart, to remove his harm, and to give him an inspiration to fulfill his needs. And that which is better for humans to seek out medical treatment. Usually when a person becomes recluse in that sense, and becomes within in themselves withdrawn from activities that they used to do, and activities that are a profit to them, it kind of indicates that there is something that is inside that requires a little bit of assistance. So I would highly recommend my dear sister that you wrap a support blanket around my brother, that you get people that he trusts and loves and and are caring of him, aware of him not wanting to venture

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out of the home not wanting to regain back his work, and to do it in a way where it's not stigmatizing. And it's not seen as shameful by him. I'm not saying that you rally the troops and bring people to your home to you know, to get him up. But find somebody who can motivate him who is inspired by and perhaps ask him to find something where he can retrain to do something different to what he had previously done. And this is a time where there are a lot of governmental programs asking people to retrain wanting people to get into different careers. Perhaps Allah subhanaw taala will open his heart to something else. Finally on this in sha Allah as we come to an end before our

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break, it's always important to demonstrate what our sister has just done to ask for help and to ask for advice when something doesn't seem right and we're unsure and I commend our dear sister and may Allah subhanaw taala strengthen you and assist you and support you in this difficult time and may Allah allow you the comfort of regaining back the balance and the harmony that you were accustomed to before of this downturn? May Allah subhanho wa Taala support you in this crisis Allah I mean, I hope you'll join me back after a few minutes in a break so that we can continue with Islamic q&a The lie to Allah Subhana Allah and the question Will.

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Be

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send Amani COMM For those of you who are following on my social media streams on Facebook and YouTube and Twitter and Instagram do share your questions in chat law. I'm just going to look through some of them now see if there's anything that we can point out. And I pray that Allah subhanaw taala grants us Sophia can Baraka in sha Allah

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is the Sunnah of praying for Raka before though and for after the revelant No, this is not a sunnah of the Prophet alayhi salam, the Sunnah is praying for a rock before two and two after insha Allah six in total four before for for dog, and then two after the total amount is 10 rockhouse. With for being the obligatory Volker prayer in sha Allah, we have a question chef, is it permissible to consume cheese that contains animal rennet, such as Parmesan cheese? Our The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes. And there's reasons for it. So we know that the time of the Prophet I tell him that he ate cheese. And we know that cheese was brought to the prophets, I send them from

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different sources. We also know that the cheese at the time of the Prophet I sent them was made by putting milk curd inside of animals that the skins of animals and the rennet inside the skin, which is what, you know, helps the process of cheesemaking was something that would have been absorbed. What we don't have is any question of the prophets I seldom asking about whether the skin that the cheese was being made in was the b How was it slaughtered where it came from? And we know that cheese had been brought to him from foreign lands where Muslims did not live. So this is seen as evidence that in its small amount, it's very negligible. And that today, a lot of the rennet sources

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is synthetic. And it's not necessarily animal based. You

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If you are less comfortable with that question and you want to consider and stick with vegan or vegetarian sources, nothing wrong with that and it would be safer in sha Allah All right, let's see if there's other questions in sha Allah

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let's scroll through

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if you have any questions do type them in inshallah we will try to get through them

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shot ba

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Now sometimes I do see some questions that I decide not to take not because

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you know they're controversial but just because I won't have enough time before the break comes to an end to be able to address them so if one of your questions is overlooked, Please do forgive me with that with that reason in shop

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right

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okay, my fiance wants to get married as soon as possible he is still studying at uni. What should we do about the new car? Well, really, it depends what he's studying what the time commitment is what your family thoughts are on that what you're comfortable with. It certainly shouldn't just be a decision that's made haphazardly.

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If he's got like, say three more years to finish, then that's something you have to wait out. You know, it's very difficult to kind of wait three years. But if it's something where you know within the next two, three months and things are beginning to pan out, or you can work out a system with your family and his family, those kinds of questions are not religious in that sense.

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But they're more structural and social. So I don't want to say something that is beyond what is accepted is wherever you are listening, inshallah we're going to be coming back shortly.

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Can you make will do while you have sunscreen on if it's that waterproof sunscreen and you're sure water is not touching the bottom of your skin or under the sunscreen. You do need to wipe it off or wash it off or use a sunscreen that isn't waterproof in shot. All right, we're coming we're coming back to our normal broadcast.

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Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Salam Allahu Allahu Allah only was like me was sent him to Sleeman Kathira Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sent him to sliema Alhamdulillah we've come back in sha Allah and I do look forward to receiving some more of your on air questions. Inshallah. We'll begin with one of the questions that has been messaged to us in sha Allah in the meantime, may Allah Subhana Allah Allah grant us hold on Baraka Allahumma Amin is eating snail haram in Assam snails are little slugs are there haram in Islam. So the majority opinion the majority of opinion is

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that they are not to be eaten. And that the ruling for them is that they are a type of insect and this is in particular in the mother will remember Anita they are seen as something that is not to be consumed.

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However, in the fields of an Imam Malik and in some of the opinions of the Imam Ahmed, they hold the opinion that is similar to locusts and locusts were eaten at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that it is because that there is no need to slaughter the snail there's no need to you know, to make the Bihar and therefore it's an animal that can be consumed in sha Allah. So those are the two opinions. I think the for myself the opinion is No, I don't think I could stomach it. But if you travel in Morocco, it is seen as a delicacy and it's something that they eat on the night of Juma. It's something that they enjoy regularly and have no problem with it in sha Allah, as

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they do follow the method of an Imam Malik. We have another caller on the line.

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Salam Alikum How can I help

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when I fell down in

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stress

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affect the prayer for

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How can I make distressed by doing?

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So, we have a principle in Islam just like okay for that question. It's relevant to many of us. So we have a principle in Islam, that every action is done in accordance to the order or to one's ability. So if, for example, I have back pain, and I can't go down in sujood, I can't make it all the way down, then I can stand in my prayer, do Roku or my prayer. And when it comes to sujood, I can sit on a chair. So in any in any act of worship, what is reasonable and what is within the means becomes what you become obligated in, just say, I have an injury on my arm. And it's been bandaged up by the doctor and he said, Listen, don't let any water come near it for the next three days,

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while I need to make will do so how do I make well do I wash to the place up to where the bandages I make sure I go nowhere near the bandage and then I wash in the section that's beyond the bandage, I don't put water on it and my will do is valid, or in even some opinions they would say you can make TMO for the whole will do this seems to be a weaker opinion that you make sections of your window where you are able and you leave off other sections. And that understanding therefore with your question is if your back which is and keeping your back straight is assume that it's not from the obligation so you're you're trying to mimic the prophesy Selim as best as you can. And the idea of

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coming to add 92 Having your your body parallel to the ground is as best as you can. And it's not something I want you to overthink too much so that it doesn't detract from the quality of your connection in the prayer. So although you want to be sure about the movements of your Salah in the best way that you can, at the same time, I don't want you to overly ritualize it that you miss out on the flavor and the taste of your soul and your connection with Allah and Allah Subhana Allah to Allah looks into our hearts and our intentions before our actions meaning that if your intention was to come to the Sunnah of the Prophet I sent him to do the prayer as best as you can. And there is a

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physical

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inability in your in flexibility to do it in the way that you think it should be. But you're doing it as best as you can then know that the Mercy of Allah is great and your reward will be magnified many fold alum me.

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We have another another question that has come in what sort as did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam read every night or on the night of joumana on the night before the Friday prayers would arrive. So there are a number of Hadith many of them are weak by the way many of them are their chains of narration have gaps in them. This does not mean that they are not statements or the prophet or that these are things that the Sahaba did not recognize. What it just means is in the transmission, there is a little bit of weakness in comparison to those that are completely solid. And because we use we caddy we are allowed to use we can eat by unanimous agreement of their own

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amount, we can use we can in the actions of worship in the things that are further if you are man the secondary actions of inspirational worship such as this case. So here are some of the sutras that would not recommend some had been recorded as words of the prophets. I send them some generations from the Sahaba not from the words of the Prophet. The first one is salted Malik Tabata can literally be the mold coho and Aquila, shaitan Kadir, it is the chapter 67 in the Quran, would be recited as the prophet Isaiah Lim said there are 30 verses that if they are recited in the evening, each and every night, it protects its reciter from the punishment of the grave. Another

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section is reading cornhole, Kalia, you and Kathy Rule four times or times. This was done by the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam as a regular established thick, he would also read that the three pole, Kalia Kulu, Allah who had pulled out together until Philip, pull out the rock fitness and he would recite each of them three times. He would do this in the mornings and in the evenings. Of course, we know the Sunnah of the Prophet reading Surah Al Fatiha once he sat in his bed. So his sunnah of coming to bed was he always made his bed in the morning he always covered his bed. And then when he came to sleep, he would uncover his bed and he would remove the blanket and

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make dua to Allah while

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We're moving away anything that might have entered into his room or onto his bed so we would use his blanket to cleanse his bed. And then he would sit in his bed to lie Salem and cover himself with the blanket. And then he would sit up in his bed and he would bring your Lumo Yoda who you would bring his hands before him, and he would recite Surah Fatiha in some narrations once in other narrations up to seven times to my young foot and then he would he would spittle into his hand YM several Medvedev embed any he was not he would wipe whatever was apparent of his body and of his face before he slept and then he would sleep on his right side with his right hand under it and he would mean to

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Allahumma ileka We're gonna have to just be alone Monica will be will be called fall in M sector. Nipsey Tukwila, Oh Allah, I lay down on my side, it is in your mercy that I lay down. If you decide that I have not to be roused and woken up again, forgive my soul and if you return me back to life, allow me to receive your guidance all along. Those are all established soon as and re citations of the Prophet as were reciting Surah Al while there are as a surah that increases the risk this is spoken up by the Ulama. You can find it in some of the narrations by Imam Al Ghazali but they are weak in their chain. You can also see that the prophets are insulin used to recite any flam meme

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Tenzin or sullo to such that each and every Friday morning, usually in the Friday morning Kajita prayer in the first Soraka and the hell atta Anil insan or Sunita dot Surah doc in the second raka so a sage that is also 30 verses Soraka such that a powerful sutra recited Friday mornings. The Prophet also encouraged us Friday evening, the night before Friday, Thursday night to read surah Al Qaeda, or at least the first 10 verses of it before Sultan fetch or before us enters upon us in the next day. Those are some of the sutras that were habitual for the prophets I send them of the sutras he loved to read and method of prayer and love to read a Juma and love to read it and eat except it

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hits metal because Allah and in hell attack a hadith Aloha Shia Surah, Allah Allah, Allah Shia were constants of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa salam,

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we have a few more questions that have come through and hamdulillah we'll try to take as many of them as we can.

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Is it permissible to donate organs? Now, it depends on the context? And you know, the short answer is yes, the long answer is yes, but there are conditions and restrictions. So one of the things that I will say to you is, it is an enormous sadaqa for a person to benefit another human being, especially when it means you've saved their life. So if a person was to donate a section of their kidney, for the benefit another family member or a non family member, because they match them, this is an enormous saga. But if they are doing it, and they know it will cause them equal harm to what the other is facing. It is preferable not to, it's not haram, but it's preferable not to, with

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regards to organ donation after death, we do not as Muslims sign our body away in its entirety, rather, in our will and testament and in our acceptance, we say, if there is a match for a part of me that matches another human being, then yes, you can take that part, but for your whole body to be given to a medical school or to science or for them to see what they can use, or what they can experiment on. The answer is no, the body is not your body, the body belongs to Allah. And if you can use some of it in your life or after for the benefit of others in that particular amount in that particular section. It's valid and accepted and can be a great charity that you do. But you should

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not just say, do whatever you like with my body after my death in sha Allah.

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All right, we have a few questions.

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What is the ruling on denouncing death of a loved one on social media? It should never be before the public announcement of the family. You should not be the first to share news. It is reprehensible that the type of type of climate that we live in today, the one who says it first is you know the one who's most acknowledged rather we try to be subdued and somber and honoring, but it is to notify people where the janazah is and where it's going to be and you have the family permission, then yes, it is acceptable duty

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or act unilaterally, not because you're the brother or the sister or even the cousin or an aunt, that you should ever think it's your place to make a decision about somebody else's loved one, even if they are close to you, but there are others closer give them the opportunity to share the news in sha Allah. Is it wrong for a woman to cut her hair and choose to have to always have short hair? Yes, it is my cruel, detestable for a woman to cut her hair to a degree that it is shaped or in resemblance of men, or cutting it in resemblance of women who are not Muslim in their cultural practice of Islam, trying to resemble them in a way that is unbecoming in our culture as Muslims, it

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doesn't mean that you have to keep growing your hair long and you can never touch it. That's a false understanding. We don't have that understanding. But you should not cut your hair to a degree that is no longer feminine. So you must retain your femininity. So it's not about the shortness of the hair, but it's about retaining the femininity of your outlook and your demeanor and the prophets I send them he said LAN Allah Hoon Bucha shall be more and more Terra de la. Allah's curse falls upon women who seek to become masculine in their physicality and outlook in their physical presence. They don't want to show a dissimilar femininity within them. And Allah says Allah is curses upon that the

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feminine men who try to dress and act and become as women were Allahu Allah Allah

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cannot husband and Why pray to had you together? Yes, the Hadith of the Prophet is elements like Muslim. Allah's mercy descends upon a man and a woman who one of them wakes up in the night to pray to help Jude and they saw their partners sleeping their husband, their wife is sleeping, and they tried to wake them so they can pray together forever. And they said no, he says to her No, no, I don't want to pray. To outside the map and noble had to be met. So she took a little bit of water and sprinkle them on. She didn't pour water but Allah protect us. She just sprinkled water into his fate had to say oh, that was on that until they woke up and they pray together. Allah's Mercy

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descend on such a home. So yes, you should pray together in sha Allah, but you do not have to lead your wife in every prayer. You do not have to wait your prayer husband to beat you in prayer, you can pray individually as well. There is no harm in that inshallah. If I was not close to my father, and now he has passed away, what can I do? Do For him, the prophesy Sanlam he taught us that there is nothing greater that we can do for our parents who have passed away than to make is to file and to ask Allah for for their forgiveness, to make dua for them and to be charitable in their name and to carry on the good things that they taught us and to forgive them for their enact inequity to us

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and the scenes that they may have performed to ask ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala around befittingly when he where did they this is the draft of the Quran. The to our Prophet Ibrahim for his father was an unbeliever. Rob This filly when he when he they Oh Allah forgive me and my parents when he will be the young man

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and entered the believing men and women on the Day of Judgment along I mean,

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I also recommend that you honor his friends and family, you give to those who are still a part of his life who are still with you, and that you look after them in a way that he used to look after them, that you give them that eat called and pray fate in regards to your father. So if you would call your father on the eighth and he's no longer with you, the way you honor your father is to see who he who did he used to call and call them on his behalf. This is known as a sunnah of the Sahaba Ridwan Allah Allah him in honoring their parents, no matter what the Allah who and who he would honor those who the Prophet honored sallallahu alayhi wa sallam after his demise and is returned to

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the Mercy of Allah.

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When one misses the federal prayer, even after the sunrise is there any time of the day they can make it up immediately after the sun has risen fully. That is when you should make it up the moment you remember, the prophet gives us a really simple rule. The moment you remember or you think of the Salah that you have not done do it. The moment it comes to mind, do it in Java. My mother had a dream that she was asking me to remind her to recite from Surah to rock man in the morning. Is there any meaning to this?

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What I will say to you, my dear sister is I have on YouTube a lecture called The Art of dream interpretation might be something that you want to listen to Inshallah, but with regards to these kinds of dreams where it's second hand accounts, it does a disservice to you know, just it would be different if you said

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You saw the tree. And not to say that your mother's information to you is not complete. But in general, anything from the Quran is a blessing. Anything that relates to a sort of that is beloved to you is a breast blessing. What I would say is that I recommend for you to connect with your prayers to connect with your Salah, and that this is an indication that your prayers are being heard and accepted that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada is Merciful. May Allah Subhana Allah grant us your love. I mean, does having distracting thoughts throughout your prayer, invalidate your Salah? The answer is no if there is no action on it. So if your thoughts did not bring you to laughing out loud, if your

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thoughts did not bring you to missing the root of the solid intentionally, that you were like you totally missed, you know, your record, missed it, I can't remember that I could choose to do the one that you have. Don't know, not just how many are you've done, but whether you recite it or not in them in the essentials of the Salah, reading the Fatiha, you know, all those kinds of things. You're not sure if you completed them, then yes, the Salah is invalid, you should go back and redo it in sha Allah

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a sensitive question.

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Can a person watch pornography if they are unmarried? And the answer is no. And they're, you know, in our Sharia, and in our logic as human beings as well, we have the same that two wrongs don't make a right. And here this wrong does not make you right. In fact, what it does is that it causes you greater harm. So there are clear studies that show that consuming pornography causes literally brain damage. There are certain sensitive areas in your brain that released particular chemicals and hormones that over secrete and only begin to enjoy those

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changes when you watch it. And that's why there's an escalating nature to pornography. Once a person starts, they become heavily heavily addicted in something that is more addictive substance. Some people have estimated in their studies as 40 times more addicted to that cigarettes, and recreational use of certain types of drugs. So you're dealing with something that is highly addictive, you know, when you start becomes very difficult to stop. So your assumption is I'm unmarried, I need this release. So I'm going to watch this until I get married is going to lead you to divorce once you get married. And sadly, many of our sisters who have this you know, dark secret

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in their life, may Allah assist our brothers to regain that balance. They are worried about their husbands watching something that is sinful, it destroys the love that is between them, it makes them feel devalued as a woman, and that they are seen as just objects by their husband, that love connection is destroyed. So this is a place you do not want to become engaged in begin. And if Allah has protected you from watching it thus far, my dear brother, stay away May Allah Subhana Allah grant you purity from it. And when with regard to this, I'll spend just a couple more minutes on this topic. The eyes are a window to the soul. So the last thing that your soul sees from while you

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are dead is your eyes. And we have it in all the cultures of the world that they cover the eyes, the prophets of Allah, Allah he was sending me the authentic hadith, he saw a man who had just passed away he said, ultimately blind that cover his eyes to in a rural temporal number for the soul, although it's left the body, it continues to view through the eyes. And that just shows you the connection of what you see as being injuries to your soul. The moment your eyes are craving that filth and how long so the moment you see that it has an injury upon your very essential being. I pray that Allah subhanaw taala grants you and I hire a baraka and ease and comfort May Allah cleanse

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us and our eyes and our hearts and our behavior from that which is haram. And may Allah Subhana Allah protect us and our households a lot more I mean, I look forward to seeing you again next week Wednesday noon, London time your brother Ibrahim Ibrahim Subhanak along with him decrescendo

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