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Yaser Birjas

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The speakers discuss various scripture verses and their meaning, including the "monster" meaning, the "monster" meaning, and the "monster" meaning. They stress the importance of preparing, dressing well, not rushing to prayer, not separating two people, not hopping over people, not reciting the Hadith number 11, not doing anything crazy, not hopping over people, not going to a praying spot, not reciting the Hadith number 11, and not giving up on one's own opinions. They also discuss the concept of water being a path of pleasure and doubt, the importance of staying away from empty, and the use of the heart as a means of protecting oneself against danger.

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amatola si be sending sim cathedra should Allah Allah Allah Allah Allah, Allah Shuddha Mohammed Abdullah Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam Ra, am I bad Salam, Aleikum, Atala or barakato.

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So as a pleasure to be here at Valley Ranch Islamic center

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better. So it's a pleasure to be here at Valley Ranch Islamic center. hamdulillah be with this amazing community here in Dallas. And I must say, that is probably one of the most awkward moments of my life to be teaching a session was just in front of me.

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But I'm inspired by the statement of I will say they'll

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say, the ninja bear, when his chef had been Abbas told them and he said,

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Why don't you teach?

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And say them? Did you get set up in a bus? He said, Do you want me to teach in your presence? I can't do that. And even if I said to him, and what better for you than to teach in my presence so that if you're correct,

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that's what you want. And if you make a mistake, then I correct you. And so that's my inspiration in this moment than ask Eliza to preserve our chef's castle, but just protect his family, bless him, increase Him in humility and beauty and knowledge along Miami.

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So our topic is the idea of Joomla here in this session shall let data so what we're going to do is we're going to start with our reader in sha Allah Ahmed, and then we'll, we'll just, we'll knock out some points in sha Allah

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Bismillah

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this one that stood out this code so let's have a

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look, they said

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the etiquettes

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Friday and the Friday prayer that equates compromise 15 modes of conduct.

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First is that he prepares for the Friday observance on Thursday, the night preceding Friday, later Joomla by cleansing his body, washing his clothes, and preparing whatever should be prepared. So right from the get beginning, it's always a good habit like you heard of saying, Colin Wilder for I am hola or the author may Allah subhanaw taala mercy be upon them say, and I was one of the scholars, they said Kobe hyung become Anton cola. And now we'll add to Tahoe Idina, that it is very ugly of you, that you narrate knowledge from us and that you don't seek ALLAH subhanaw taala has mercy on us. And so whenever we're reading a text, I'm just to re emphasize because obviously you've

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been exposed to this before is that you just make it a habit that you're always invoking mercy on Allah subhana wa diatas on the scholars who are directing us to ALLAH SubhanA data. And this also shows you that there is no one who is more famous than the scholars of Islam. A lot of times, as young people, we get distracted by the fame of so and so, So and so has 10 million followers on Instagram, so and so has 20 million subscribers or what have you. But who is more famous than the scholars of Islam. 1400 years later, were quoting or 13 1200 years later, we're quoting abominable hottie. So not just in the length of the duration of their fame, but also in the quality of their

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fame, in that when you mentioned their name, you say May Allah Subhana Allah have mercy on them, their quality, the quality of fame is different. And not only the quality but the extent and duration. So the first thing that he says is that a person prepares for Juma that they prepare the night before with bathing and with preparation. But the first point that I want you to notice is just the idea of preparing, as we say,

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failing to plan is planning to fail.

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And so a person not preparing for jump by choosing and selecting the right courses in a semester. The person who selects a course at July time because they don't want to take an ATM class. That person is not preparing for drama. The person who every single week comes late for drama every single week. You're not able to properly plan your day so that you're here for Joomla on time every single week. You know Allah subhana wa Tada says hello Rajan. Hello Sheila Abdullah hood. Allah says that if they had truly wanted to go out with Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam on the expedition they would have planned for it. And so it may be that a person comes on the Day of Judgment with whatever

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excuses why were you late for this drama? Why did you miss this one? Why did you miss this one? I had this I had this I had this. But if you had truly wanted to attend, perhaps you would have prepared better. Okay, so the idea of preparing for drummer preparing your time. How long does it take for you to park at Valley Ranch figuring that out so that you don't get stuck behind the line? If there is a line that you're here on time? Preparing for it? Yes. Excellent. Certainly to be on Friday as mentioned in the hunt.

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This reported in the toothpaste and other collections, it is preferable to do this a little before heading out to the prayer.

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So, bathing before Jamal, why does he say it's preferred to do this right before going out to the prayer like bathing at Jeremiah is at 130 Hear that a person beads at 1230 right before they head out as opposed to 9:30am or 8:30am Why is it more desired?

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I need I need the genius of Dallas to telling me this answer

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why do you why is it right before

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to keep your old up okay

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that you were

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one of the purposes of the bathing is that you when you go to Joomla that you smell pleasant and are nice and so the fresher you go to the salon The closer you are to the time period of bathing the fresher you'll be when you get to the salon so that you're not your your your freshness in the morning is not diluted by being out for a long time okay so bathing as close as you can to the time and he says that a person he says I'd have to decide for you and me How about a person base and that they that they we mentioned preparing?

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Keep going

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31 should be define himself by cleansing the body, clipping the nails, using the Sivak and removing waste as we have explained earlier. He should also use perfume and wear his best clothes, wearing their best clothes.

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Wearing your best clothes on Jamal su La Silla light SLM, he's or before that ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada. He says, Yeah, Ben Adam for Louisiana document Nicodemus, Allah says, Oh, mankind adorn yourself in every place of prayer. How would you rate our Joomla fashion? When we arrive on Joomla? How are we looking?

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scale of one to 10 510?

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Where are we at?

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You know, there's something to be said about a person. Like we have a culture in the US a lot of corporate places have a culture on Fridays of what? Casual Friday, dressing down on Fridays. Now I have a culture or a work culture of dressing down. But I have a religious encouragement of dressing up on Fridays. So which one wins?

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Which one should win?

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Right. And a lot of times when we walk into the restaurant on Friday, we see people coming in and T shirts and jeans and maybe even long shorts and what have you. And that is a that is a culture, we continue to allow it to grow. It's a culture that goes against what it's being recommended by the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And so what we want to do is we want to encourage people to dress up I've seen villages, I know my own village in Sudan, where they're farmers, they don't have a lot of clothes in the first place. And on Friday, they'll come with clothes that still shabby, but it's their best clothes.

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They will come on Friday with their best clothes, even though it's got marks on it and paint on it and all sorts of things, but it is their best clothes on Friday. And so when we have the opulence that we have, and we have the wealth that Allah subhana dot has provided for us, and we have closets and we have clothes and we have on Friday that you try your best, you know, there's a brother in the mystery than in Clearlake, who he's my only competition on Fridays. He's the only one the entire Mr. But Allah Subhana Allah gave him an amazing fashion sense. And so on gym, I go through all of the the T shirts and the jeans and all those guys and I'm looking for my one guy.

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His name is Adam. And when I see Adam, most of the time I lose. And he doesn't even know we're in a competition. It's just all in my head.

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But he's Mashallah. He's every, every week, he shows up on German. He's amazing. But the last thing that I want to mention is that our clothes also become an opportunity for Darwin and our Muslim country. You know, you can give that with through your speech. And you can also give that with through your state. And I'm sure many of us have had experiences on Eid. When you're walking around in your beautiful eight garments, where a person asks you and says,

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what's going on?

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Is there a holiday today? You didn't say there was a holiday, but you look like there was a holiday. Last eat. I was walking on in my neighborhood in Houston. And I had walked into a store. And I needed to take a picture. And so I asked this elderly white lady to take my photo. And she said to me, he'd Mobarak she said, Are you muslim IK?

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And I said, No, she said Islam. She didn't say Muslim and she said, Are you Islamic? And I said yes. And then she said even more Barak and then we

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Talk for 20 seconds but what invited that entire conversation was the clothes and a lot of times and I'm not saying that we have to wear you know Islamic or not Islamic cultural clothes but just the idea of dressing well on Fridays and all that that and opening up those doors whether it's at work or anywhere else and then he says that a person purifies their their their bodies as best as they Clank clipping their nails. brushing their teeth, was sort of lost a little light s&m says in the Hadith disinvited Muslim he says Lola and Ashoka Allah Almighty, Amato Misawa and the coolest Salah he says if it wasn't for the fact that I feared hardship for my alma, I would command them to brush

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their teeth at every salon.

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Like look into the promises and I'm saying if it wasn't for the the only thing stopping him from commanding us to brush our teeth before every salon is that he feared hardship. But if it wasn't for the issue of hardship, that's what he would have commanded. Right That's how important these concepts are when it comes to your everyday Salah much less when you're coming to select their drummer.

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Give one fourthly one should not

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Firstly, he should set out to the muscles early on foot, walking in a car sukoon and humble, beneficial. And attending ritual seclusion I think of in the masjid as long as he's inside the Masjid. You have to take advantage of privileges before they're gone.

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I used to live in New York. And I remember a time when I used to pray Jenessa every week, every week, then I moved to Houston and now I probably pray janazah

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three times a year.

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There's just the Messiah that are on me they don't pray janazah regular you have to I have to go out of my way to go pray janazah now, before it was just you coming to the Mr. G page, another page another page and as a pre janazah. I say that because now you're in a circumstance where mashallah I hear so many people say that they walked to the ministry to evaluate, we refer to them as it's a five minute walk. It's a two minute walk. It's a seven minute walk, it's a 10 minute walk.

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I don't want you to to forget about this blessing. This is a great blessing that ALLAH SubhanA data is placed. I would probably say that the vast majority of places in the United States you can't walk to the masjid. You can't walk. And then not only that, but you're walking and you're safe to the masjid. We took a trip recently a blessed way to move to Philistine and we're walking through occupied territory to administer the locks and we're we're being questioned by guards and their guards outside and they're asking you to recite Surah. At that time they're pointing they're not pointing but they're they're right there. They're automatic rifles, and you're doing all of that so

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that you can walk to the masjid May Allah azza wa jal, three bits and mark of this and the mystery, the locks on the people of philosophy and all of them. But now we walked to the masjid and it's completely free and tranquil and there's no there's no guards, there's nobody bothering you. Right? So walking with that tranquility, being grateful to Allah subhanaw taala for that blessing.

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And when you walk that you don't rush that you don't run to the prayer of the province of Allah it is and I'm said to walk with tranquility, and whatever, you catch up the Salah, catch it, and wherever you miss, make it up, but you don't run to the prayer. Why is that? Because it

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undoubtedly affects your assure your concentration, you know, a chef was asked, scholar was asked about, you know, how do I have focus in the prayer? And he said, Do you see the ceiling fan? The ceiling fan? If I turned it off? Does it stop right away, he said, No, it rotates and continues to slow down, slow down, slow down until it becomes still. And he said your Salah is like that. You can't come from 100 miles an hour outside and then walk and expect your heart to be still there has to be some slowing down as you're approaching the salon. And so when I'm walking to the prayer, I'm walking with stillness. I'm starting to become more mindful, I'm starting to, to state my

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remembrance is I'm repeating after the event I'm praying all of these things that I do that when I enter into the salon, I have that stillness and concentration. Keep going

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fifthly one should not pass over the next of the people or separate two people from each other. If, however, he sees an empty spot, he can walk over there next to reach it.

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So this would be a good place to mention the hadith of Sandman Advaita see that's in Bukhari, Rasulullah sallallahu SNF says and it combines a number of these things that even put them as mentioning number one he says lie of test you will reduce your melodrama that there is no person who based on human drama.

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He says the author's laughter So Laura drama drama, there's not a person who needs to move drama. He says fair Tata Hello Mustafa. I'm in tow. And so they purify themselves as best as they can, clipping whatever needs to be clipped, trimming whatever needs to be trimmed.

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And he says, where the human doing the heat and they put on perfume. Oh, yeah, I'm assuming Libby Elohiym or TBBT. And if they don't even have perfume that they use the the perfume that they're

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that their spouse has. And Chef a bit of a mean he mentions that this is to indicate usually the perfume of one's wife is is, is weaker, it's not as strong. It's not as potent, right? And so it's a softer perfume. But the person here is trying to use whatever is accessible. So even if they don't have regular perfume, they're using body spray, for example, that's all I got. So I'm just gonna use this body spray and I'm gonna walk out. Oh, yeah, Mr. Mulleavy Beatty. And then he says to my approach, and then they go out. They go to the prayer, law Euphorbia, Kobe, anything. They don't separate between two people. Don't separate between two buildings. When you come to the masjid. You

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don't force your way in between somebody two people who are sitting I don't force my way in between these two. You sit wherever there's a space law you further Kobe in any way unsettle either to condemn an email and then they're quiet when the Imam is giving their footwork in LA Sorella Houma, beno Havana been a dramatic, except that there's and then they're quiet when the Imam speaks. If they do all of these things, they will be forgiven. What is between that drama and the drama that either preceded it, or the one that follows between the two dramas? So all have these Sunon of coming early of not separating between two people and you're seeing even Kodama list them out

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separately in the sequence. Okay. But that's the hadith of said, Man and fantasy. That's reported by Audible fati. And so he says,

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that person should not separate between two people, except if they find a space, then they can walk to it. Okay, so you don't jump over people, that person who comes late, they shouldn't be hopping over people's shoulders to get to a place that they see in the first row. No, you don't deserve to be in the first row, you came late. There are a million people who are ahead of you in the first row. So you should sit wherever you find ceding.

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Keep 160 He should not pass in front of a praying person.

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They should not pass in front of a person who is praying so you shouldn't walk in front of them. The promise of a lot is and I'm sad if they knew the, if they knew the sin that they would be incurring, then they would wait 40 The narrator didn't know whether he meant 40 days or 40 years, or what have you. But you shouldn't walk in front of a person who is praying. And also that person who's praying you should develop the habit of praying towards the sutra, because the Prophet sallallahu SNF says de la sala Hadoken Felisa Leela sutra Willetton Amina, whoever view is praying them, let them pray towards the sutra and let them be close to it. So you try to pray in front of a pillar or

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something in front of you, that helps your assure as well. Usually, when people are praying in the middle of an open space, sometimes you'll be walking way ahead of them, and you're walking in front of them and their will and they're staring at you.

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Just very awkward, you're looking at them and they're looking at you and they're insula, so facing or are coming close to a sutra as well helps protect your prayer as well.

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So simply is that he seeks the first row, unless he sees or hear something wrong, in which case he is excused. Seeking the first row of the province of ally de Sena says in the Hadith in Bukhari, that if the people knew what was in a need that was suffering, oh, well, if they knew the reward, that was in calling the Adan and in the first row, and then they did not find anything except to draw lots, they would have drawn lots for it. Like the reward of the event, and the reward of being in the first row, if the only way that you could get access to either of these things was for you to play Rock Paper, Scissors with somebody, people would do it. If the only way was to draw a lottery,

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people would draw, that's how great the reward is. And so if a person has access to the first row, they should not be

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they should not be willing to give it up. They should not be uninterested in seeking it. There's incredible reward in the first row. Okay, unless he mentions, if there's something that's preventing you from the first row, then that person has an excuse, a plea because that one cuts off one's voluntary prayer, or inciting words of remembrance. So the Imam comes out to set the pulpit and should now occupy himself with entering the wasn and listening to the sermon. answering them then and listening to the hutzpah.

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I have a I have a gift for you about holed up. Okay, listening to the football. I have a tool and a secret that inshallah Allah will change every football that you ever hear for the rest of your life. Now, I understand that you're spoiled here in Valley Ranch, probably more than

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the vast majority of massage where you guys every week, get to hear an amazing quote about Hamdulillah.

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But even if you leave Valley Ranch and you go somewhere else, and you attend the whole spa, a lot of times I feel like people asked the wrong question when they're attending the hotbar.

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Many times people ask this question they ask, do I know this already?

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And so if the Habib is mentioning or

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Story, the Battle of ledger, I already heard this before we use mentioning a hadith or an incident. I already heard this before. Sometimes you might have heard it before the healthy was even born.

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And they're telling you this hadith or this idea, or this or this, and you heard it already. And a lot of times, people when they come back and they say I didn't really benefit from the hobo. Why? Because he didn't mention anything new. As if the objective of the hotbar is to tell you teach you something new.

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Allah Subhana Allah says we're that good for in adicross environment meaning ALLAH says remind, reminding benefits of the believers. So I believe that's the wrong question. Do I know this already? instead? The question that you should ask is, do I do this now?

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And if that's the question, then if the heartbeat is the most basic reminder about piano lead, it's not about whether I know this already. But am I praying Tamil live? If it's about reciting the Quran? Am I reciting the Quran? If it's about dua, am I making two hours last time I'm gonna drive it's about sadaqa then am I giving charity there is none of us. All of us rather have something that we're falling short in. And so these hilltop or Mahathir or anything, becomes a reminder for you to pick up in the slack of where you have been leaving off and then inshallah Tada you'll benefit from every single one if you ever happen to catch yourself in a hole outside of Valley Ranch.

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Okay Bismillah

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nightly he should perform volunteer prayer prayers for the Friday prayer if he wishes to prayer units and if he wishes four or six

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did he mentioned already do we mentioned already him praying before

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I forgot that part in the hadith of said mine he says full may use only makuti By law, but when a person comes to the masjid that they lie for anything and then he says to them are you Salima kuchibhotla And then they pray whatever has been written for them to pray so praying in units of two to two before the before the Imam comes into them gives the hotbar that is also recommended as well. And then he says that a person prays to sadness or four after or six after the drama is over.

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Okay

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gentlemen, do you want to comment on the praying of two four and six after

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let me just give you this microphone.

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So the head of the prophets of Allah said I mentioned mentioned that if someone is going to be praying in the measure, they pray to raka but if you go because the Prophet used to pray to raka after Juma in the masjid, when he goes home he prays actually for all the price six so the different durations based on that amount Rahim Allah Tala say that if you pray after Saudi Juma and you plan to do your sunnah in the masjid to raka as the sunnah to do, but if you will wait until you go home, you will pray for Raka if you go home shot out of order COVID Allah if you can actually make it even more Paula Zack Lakeisha.

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Totally is that it remains at the masjid until he performs the answer prayer and if it will remain until the sunset one that would be more excellent. So here you have the idea of simply a person doing trying to maximize their good deeds on Friday while a person is waiting for Salah then they are in a state of Salah. And so a person if they can stay to Lhasa in the masjid then wonderful if they can stay until Muslim, then that is a wonderful as well he says that it is better because what's going to happen if they're waiting until Monday, the next point he mentions

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11th He should look for the honorable moment on Sunday.

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Friday the presence of heart and continuous remembrance, the scholars have differed on the timing of this hour, it occurs in this so this is the hour in which the province of allied is and them says that there is it has an hour of acceptance. So when is that hour it is an hour in which it is accepted in Joomla. There is a difference of opinion amongst the scholars as to what that hour is because the province of allied is in them did not define for us exactly one that our is

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it occurs in the collection of Muslims in the hadith of Musa the unknown that is between the sitting of the Imam and the completion of the prayer. So that's number one. It is between the sitting of the Imam and the completion of the prayer.

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Another Hadith says that it is between the ending of the sermon football and the completion of the prayer. Okay have you

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on who says that it is the last hour after the US or prayer so the last hour after also a prayer so the last hour right before sunset had these nearby answered that says look for it between the serpent and sunset Google chunks. Okay.

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said there are two possibilities with respect to these are these either some of them

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I'm sounder than the others are this moment changes like the Night of Power changes in the last 10 days or

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so anytime we have a concept where the province the lightest, and then tells you the incredible value of something and then doesn't tell you who, what, when, where, then we know that it becomes about the journey and it becomes about seeking it. So what are some examples? Real quick of things that the prophesy said and told us have incredible value, but he didn't detail to us exactly. When or what little other is great. For sure what else? That's the one that's in the text. So you don't get too much credit for that. He just said that. What else do you have?

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No, no, specifically,

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which which ticket are we talking about? In particular, like something the province has told us? It's this is in like, you'll get this, but he doesn't tell us exactly what

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the Greatest Name of Allah subhanaw taala.

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He doesn't tell us which one is the Greatest Name of Allah. Right? Well, we know the value. We know the greatness also this hour on Friday. Okay, so these are incredible encouragement, and at the same time, we need to seek them out by using every resource that we have available, all of the names of Allah, all of the nights of Ramadan, all of the hours of Friday, and Allah Subhana Allah knows best. Keep going. Number 1212. You should send abundant praise upon the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam on this day. It has been noted that he's said, Whoever sends prayers upon me at times on this day, Allah forgives for him the sense of 80 years, one should add, asking forgiveness is the father this

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as it is recommended on this day.

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So this hadith that he's quoting is weak or very weak, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did say that of the best of your days and the best of your days is Friday.

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So make a lot of salaam upon me on Friday. A lot of invoke Allah's blessings upon me on Friday a lot and they thought and so this habit of the law on this a yellow Mala Shui, you know, famous electrical Marvels alternator, your Salah is presented to me, and they said the other sort of Allah is there going to be present to you when you've died?

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And he and decayed? And he said, Allah subhana data has prevented from the earth to consume the bodies of prophets. And so making a lot of thought on the salah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam on Friday, then the question becomes what is the bare minimum that is considered to be exotic? So is it at like here 80? Or is it less than that? Or more than that? or what have you?

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I mean, what I know is is 10 But I want to ask you if you could actually benefit from

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but what's the bare minimum, the bare minimum for Alec thought the very minimum would come to the prophets Allah salon. Honestly, there is no good minimum communion basically, it's the quality of salawat and Dhikr of Allah span of the society and a visa Lucilla whether you say 10 or 70, or 100 as a province of ascension, Santa Ana just salary. So the government and especially whatever, you can shovel data, based on your time based on your ability to be focused on that world.

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There's one point about this and there's obviously a lot that can be said, but how many times in your life have you wanted to do something because the people that you loved were doing it? Okay? How many times

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your friends were doing something or people that you follow or people that you and so you want it to do it just because they're doing it? Allah subhana that says in Allah Azza, WA Malacca who used to live in Ireland, maybe you already know somebody who sent him to see him. Allah doesn't just command this and say, Son law. And then maybe but Allah Subhana Allah, Allah says, Allah and His angels since then I'm upon the messenger, even before he commands you. He tells you that this is something that Allah does, and his angels do so Allah to send them and then the last or not, we're almost wrapping up. Yes. 13 He should recite through the graph that has been noted that I shall return and

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who reported from Allah's Messenger Salallahu Alaihe Salam? Should I tell you about a chapter whose greatness fills what is between heaven and earth? He writes, it gets a similar reward. And whoever reads it on Friday, it seems between that and the next Friday, and three additional days are forgiven. If someone reads the first reads the five last verses of it, we're going to sleep a lot awakens him at any part of the night. He wishes. They said yes, Allah's Messenger so he says through the Algarve

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Allah knows well I don't know about this narration but

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so he's saying that it is bottle which is completely I think the official translation is no bueno fabricated, fabricated okay. So that's not something to be used. However, the province of the lightest and him did say that whoever recites source

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The Alkaff on Friday that a light will be illuminated between that Friday and the Friday after. So it's recommended to recite on Friday as well keep going. Another release that has reported says he who recites it on Friday or the night of Friday, that is, the night preceding Friday will be protected from trials keep going, it is recommended to recite a lot put on on Friday. If one is able he is encouraged to complete its recital on that day or it's night. That is the night preceding it. keyway 14 He should give charity on Friday as much as he can afford and he should do this outside the Masjid. So, Charity of course is from the aspect of again, doing good deeds of Friday's the best

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day of the week that you want as much as you can contribute to the best of your actions and of them of course his charity as for him

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suggesting that it'd be done outside of the Masjid. I don't know why that is the case. Allah knows best. Okay, keep going.

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It is recommended from the exultation so to speak on Friday.

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Yeah, I leave this allotted to spear to Serbia completely to check the asset. Keep going. Your chef, do you want to comment on solid savvy

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server the speaker as mentioned a very weak Hadith eventually. Therefore the other man they say actually shouldn't be even considering it. However, almost every Mohammed that spoke about it and kita to criticize the Hadith said you know what, at least if you do it once in a lifetime, you should be fine. Allah.

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Yeah.

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15 He should dedicate Friday for the actions of the afterlife and not engage in worldly work. Jimmy, if I could just add one thing on Friday Schiff on if you could also just add one suggestion on Friday but I would just say Fridays and a beautiful time of course, facilitator him that a person maintains the ties of kinship that you call your family members if you're able to especially for those of you who have family members in the Muslim world usually they're off on Fridays it's an opportunity for you to check in on them and for them to check in on you. And Allah Subhana Allah knows best result from Allah Subhana Allah and obey Him because they lead to suffering.

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Simon Welcome to Leviticus

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hamdulillah Malala means Allah wa salam Baraka Amina Mohamed Anwar Ali was Siva cylinder stem and cathedra my bad and shallow data we're gonna continue with the book of Imam Raja Rahim Allah Allah Allah Jami Rahman Hickam we are studying Hadith number 11 inshallah out at a very, very important I will just one of the shortest Hadith in the collection itself, or one of the most powerful in terms of its meaning has a lot to do with your personal life, and also your

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practice in matters of faith. So this is going to be our discussion for tonight in shallow doubt. But before we get there, honestly, I want to comment first of all, thank you, Amara for give us the opportunity to share his wisdom with us from the book of Imam and podem Rahim Allah Tala honestly the view from here is way different than when you're sitting there as a student. And Allah it's a privilege to be sitting as a student because it's it's these are moments that we cherish as speakers. Like once you start teaching, going back again to learn it becomes hard, extremely hard, especially when no teacher you go to is willing to teach you because they feel they believe that you

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know what I should be learning from you instead.

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So when you get the opportunity, and the privilege to sit down and learn it's an opportunity so take care of it when you're given the chance to learn Wallahi just go for it. Because when the day comes and you start teaching inshallah Tabata Kota Allah bar it's gonna be very hard to find some time you know, somebody to come and teach you may Allah Subhan Allah bless you all with the LM era, but I mean, that has beneficial to you in this dunya and Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah Hadith number 11 is highly there hasn't been it simply Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam Rihanna and his flower so what Allah said on Monday,

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Carla refers to a man Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that may or Ebuka Illa murder Yoruba Rohana say whatever they will call Harrington saya. Let's see shall alter the meaning of this hadith and what entails for us inshallah Bismillah Bismillah he was Muslim or Azula the author says

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Hi, this is Bart from long, buddy. Now before we get that just heard that translation plays a boo, boo, cousin me early evening. Evening we taught him the grand theory of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his descendants say, I remember it from the west eautiful law, so don't worry, he was alone. Leave them with causes you don't for that, because you know, though, an essay, an essay, and Tirmidhi narrative, and attend me said a good so he sent me Heidi. Now, I'll go to that point where it's access as well. And this hadith is, this is part of a long Hadith, in which in which is mentioned the pollun supplication of the winter prayer at Amelie and others have some

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extra words to this hadith which are for truthfulness is tranquility and lying is

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the worry of any bad is good is tranquility and evil is so this headed as you can see right now as your short Hadith but has some some of the lemma that says comes actually part of a longer Hadith when the Prophet sallallahu sallam was teaching him about the DUA and he were talking about whom the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Al Hasan Ibn Ali were the prophets of Allah salaam passed away How old was it Hassan on the land? Do you guys remember? How old was it?

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About seven years old when the brothers was passed away and Hassan was about 778 years old. So that's why at the beginning of the Hadith, Cara Halfords to me Rasulullah salah, some luck, I remember, I remember from the prophets that Allah says, I'm learning this, because he was a young child. And obviously, those memories are, you know, from a very long time when you were a kid, how much you're going to return from what you learned in a very young age in that sense. So this is I remember from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and he taught me that my ebook ala Mara your ebook so that's that's part of the Hadith. Now, the another narration that adds here from from Tirmidhi and

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it will have been called for in a sitcom, toma, Nina were in Al Qaeda berubah. Because Because truthfulness is tranquillity, just like as lying is now what does that mean? When you tell the truth, you feel strong, you feel confident, no matter how much they try to shake you otherwise?

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It doesn't matter how absurd the truth might sound. But if it's what you saw, if what you heard it what you did, no matter what they try how much they try to pursue it. Otherwise, you're still very confident, and you can still say it, and you can still act his standard against all aggression. Why? Because you're very confident.

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But if you know that you're lying. The moment you know, the moment there is a moment of means maybe they put you under scrutiny, you start shaking.

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Because you know, you're not telling the truth as Allah Subhan says in the Quran, called burial in Santa Ana Nuptse basura Alta Madea Allah says in the Quran burial in Santa infc basura every insan al infc About Serbian let you know yourself more than anybody else. That's what Allah saying. What Allah Maha DERA even if you go and throw all your excuses out there, you know, sometimes you hiding something and he says, Oh, I'm so sorry, I didn't you know, I was late because I was doing this. I was doing that, but you will not.

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No matter how many excuses you throw out there, it's going to be very weak argument. And that is reminders for the hottie the very famous hydrocarbon medical of the ultra marathon, and the 3d companions, who did not go out with the profits or losses on the bottom of the book. And when they came back, cabbie says I was trying to fabricate a lie because I was very liquid devices, um, that I would make a drill. But then I thought to myself at home, I couldn't.

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He's the Messenger of Allah. And he's gonna know so he told the truth. By telling the truth, he became very powerful, very strong God Allah Grunwald bomb so this hadith the purpose as I was telling us, like, you know that if you follow in the truth, you will feel at ease no matter how hard or difficult The truth is. And if you're not, and you're fooling yourself with what you say and what you follow it you're not going to feel comfortable. And the other instance when they'll hire automatic Ninawa in a shallow river because higher brings really brings tranquility and peace and evil can always cause you doubt and cause problems. So here's something for example it comes to this

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we're gonna come to this in details a little bit insha Allah Tala. In matters of fact.

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If you're going to follow one opinion, like for example, people they go travel and usually they don't combine between Salawat they don't do that. But now they can ask the chef or chef is it okay for me to combine? You know the salah today, that's not usually what they do. And the chef says, yes, you can. So they go excited to do it, but they feel guilty inside. Because it's not their first opinion that they follow usually. Now for me, it's okay to combine because I do believe that it's actually the Sunnah of the Prophet saw someone you need that. But for someone, they feel they're not doing well, because it's not what they actually what they truly follow it as a Filipina

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So where can we apply this hadith and others and other matters of fact we're going to come to it in sha Allah Tabata, Kota Bismillah now we're going to move on to Shala to the next part of the Hadith.

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It is narrative with a weak chain of transmission from from Redman Kenyatta pura Sahni. And he is weak from his father from a cousin from a wolf parade and have you learned that the prophets of Allah Ali Salam said to a man leave that with gives you doubt for what good you know that he said, How am I to know that? So that's a very important point. And if some of the Prophet is telling you that my Rebekah Mallory will leave that which is you know, gives you down to that but doesn't give you any doubt. Now the very very logical question that comes after that is what How would I know? How would I want to do that? How do I know that I'm doing that so that's why the man asked the

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Prophet Salla seven can't work a for now because of okay for me okay if anybody told me that it How would I know this is what I'm doing? So here's the answer from the Prophet Salah Salem basin, this hadith, although it's a Can we go ahead, he said, When you mean to do something, then put your hand on your breast because the heart becomes agitated by what is forbidden and become still because of what is permitted. This is this stupid is Muslim gives up small things for fear of what is larger. Now what does that exactly mean to Gemma May Allah subhana protect us adorable Alameen you go to all you can eat buffet, right?

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And now you see all these goodies. And you're asking yourself, Is that halal? Or not halal or not? And then you start talking to yourself a few seconds everybody's enjoying it and eating it. And you're gonna say, You know what, I think it's halal.

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Right?

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If you put your hand on your heart in that moment, how would you feel

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would you feel at ease or your heart problems maybe 100 miles per hour, right is running so fast, because now you know that you probably trying to do something that is doubtful to you. So that is an indicator that versus when you do something with full confidence that if you put your hand on your heart Alhamdulillah if it is again then Alicia in terms of its authenticity is actually is weak. But in terms of the meaning of it, that's an indicator, that is the heart is the indicator if you are doing something doubtful or otherwise now.

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It has also been edited from Arthur Albert Asani as immersive at the

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irony later life of it with a weak chain of transmission from what from wealthier evening observe.

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From the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam any edit someone asked him, Who is who is who is the scrupulous one, he altered feminine water. The word for a very scrupulous subject it is means water, its water, which is piety and being pious. That's what it means. Okay, so then I asked the professor Samira salah, who is that water? Who is that person who's going after doing that, which is perfectly halal. So the prophets of Assam says God, He answered, the one who hesitates when there is ambiguity, exactly not run into it, like many people do these days. Like we're going to come to a point when there's a healer among the Alama like you asked a question, and Imam says It's haram.

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Then you start asking the Imam are there anybody else who says hello?

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Look, yeah, here got your answer. Gemma, why now your honors? Are you looking for Caleb among the automa differences of opinion, to escape that? He says over here, if you'd like to be water, and have that sense of you know, piety, then if something is ambiguous, stay away from it. Just hear from it, even if there's a chance for it to be okay. Just the fact that there is actually a doubtful Marinette, you stay away from it. That's what it means to be pious and have the sense of water. Now, these words have been edited as the words of a large group of companions, among them were removed in in Toto. Evening.

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Evening, my son would

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say, if you intend to do something, which causes you doubt around you, there are 14 things which goes you know, that almost say, given usury and doubt, meaning given, given them, what would you have done even if you did not know for sure that it is usually so overall, everybody's even the Sahaba or the ultra murderer, and they all give the exact same meaning. Like, no matter how excited you are about a certain matter, if you if your heart is not settled with it, then that becomes an issue of doubt. What's the position from this? Since it's ambiguous, and it's not clearly 100%? Haram? Does it mean it's okay to do it, because it's not 100% Haram? Or is it better for me not to

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do it because it's not 100% Haram, even though it was not 100% Hallelujah. That's where the water comes in. Some people they say this is not 100% Haram, that it's okay to do it.

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It's not 100% Haram it's okay to do it. Now.

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That's not the path of the water. That's not the path of someone who wants to save himself and save his art. And we learned that from Hadith and Amanda Bashir when we talked about Al hallelujah you will haram Muramasa Halal clear haram clear their doubts of marriage in between. We learned that from that hadith, but here is telling us that note, if there's something that is ambiguous the path of water that this hadith is teaching us today is that if it's ambiguous, stay away from it. Until it's 100%, clear, to be halal to do it, to be haram to continue to stay away from it completely numb. The meaning of this hadith refers to hesitating over ambiguity and protecting oneself against

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it. So those are taken note this this part of the paragraph here is basically like the some the summary of what the miracle had. This hadith is in few words, in one paragraph, what is that this Mulago for because no doubt occurs to the movement in in his heart because of what is equally

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and domains unrest, disquiet and agitation. Rather the self is addressed with it. And the heartburn. as well. As for ambiguities. hearts become disquieted and agitated by them. And that creates doubt. So here's what could summarize the whole concept says, Look, check into your heart, check into your heart, like this hadith was about the ultra Madonna in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says so that it's tough to fall back on attack. And that's worth to, like check your heart. Even if you get the effort from the people. Check with the beat check your heart, even if you get the fatwa from the people. So yeah, even if you take the answer from the sheriff, but if your heart is not yet settled

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with it, but never had 100% sure about that. That becomes a doubt for Mara that you're required to do Elora the Amaya legal Kayla Mallory book stay away from that which is doubtful until you're certain about it. And that is the path of active asceticism and safety now.

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abou Abdullah Abdullah Han Aloha Mary, as I said, if a slave is lupulus he will need that we'll get we'll get him down in favor of that which does not give him down.

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For de se people think that scrupulousness is difficult. Whenever two measures are presented to me I always do the more difficult of them. What does that exactly mean right now let's talk about this for a little bit right now. What is better for you what is actually more righteous? What is more righteous GEMA to take the hard path or the easy one?

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Jamar

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what is more righteous to take the easy path, the easy path or the harder path?

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Let's hear from your what do you guys say?

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Whatever is what?

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Clarity whatever is clear to you. Okay, you said the easy one right? Why?

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So what are the purposes he said called MFI or Asha card? Mahalia rasool Allah has ALLAH SubhanA Amrhein Lefteris aroma when a prophet is given the option to choose between two murderers? Who will take the easy one, right? Okay. Someone says the hard one here. Anyone says the hard one. Yeah, why?

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So to be on the safe side, like I don't want to take any chances. So I'd rather take the hard the hard path than the one that is one of them get in trouble. Right. Okay.

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Elijah, Shaka, so the more hardship you go through you, the more rewards you get. So just keep taking the hard the hard path? And the answer is no, of course not.

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You don't you don't pursue marshrutka in the ibadah. But if it happens, as a as a collateral to the act itself, that will endure the hardship or to get the reward for the shallot Allah. So what's the answer this question, so this is what exactly the statement of Fidel is. And if Allah says he says, People say being water being pious is so hard, like it's difficult to be anywhere. What does it mean? He said, as difficult people, they say it's difficult to always take, you know, the conservative position. So that's why they go with Linnaean positions, most of the time. He goes, I don't know what they're talking about. For me. It's easy. If I see somebody that doubtful, I always

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go to that that mid Bucaramanga review of somebody handouts will not leave it no matter what. Now, it's easy for someone like vulnerable and not to say that right? An average person, a layman probably doesn't have that same level of piety. So for them, what Fidella Marriott is talking about that's luxury for them. Like I wish I have that level of Eman and Taqwa so that when I see something doubtful, I immediately say, you know, I better stay away from it. But unfortunately, our naps or was trying to go to take the exit to exit the concession, the easy access and so on. So that's why he says look, and what I just like in Hasid, mentioned here earlier, is not necessarily about always

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taking the difficult path on the easy one. It's what really what is clear. If it's clear, Bismillah say Bismillah and go for it, and do it no matter how it is. It's hard or is not

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so easy.

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except when it gives you doubt for that week is you know that has an evening.

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Hassan Hassan MP Sinha said, There's nothing simpler and easier than scrupulousness If anything causes you don't give it up. This is only easy for someone like someone the light of Hassan exactly like Hassan ABC national football live in our yard, it's easy for them, right? However, look, I know some of you might have taken this word said hamdulillah I'm glad the chef mentioned that because I will never be like a football or any other will never be like Hassan will be seen and please don't say yourself so short like this.

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Your job is to upgrade yourself to the next level. If I can hit that grade of the Sahaba or the otter I know at least that's a very if not then the closest one to them and so on so but you need to always always aspire to be at the best inshallah performance and your deen and your dunya as well when Allah xojo Now

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as I say person in the vicinity, wrote to him from earth

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damage has dropped the sugarcane crop. So why should we bother Allah Who was his graphic origin in the area of Iran today, which is actually predominantly our population, Iran, just to let you know, now,

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super sugar very, very hard. So he bought it from a man but it was only a little dated, that he found there was there was a profit of 30,000 on what he had bought.

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Because the shortage of sugar, sugar inflated the prices. He said, he went back to the original owner of the sugar and said, So and so my 700 to me, and I did not tell you that that was sugar harvest was destroyed. So no that which I bought from you. The other said to him, you have you have now told me and I'm and I'm pleased with it for you. He said he returned, but but his heart would not endure it. And so he went back to him and said, So and so I did not approach this matter correctly. So I want you to revoke the sale. He said he kept he kept at it until he returned it to him.

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The so let me explain the story quickly Chautala. Here, as was mentioned.

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So

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the story of Hassan had been given a visa look at the level of water that they have Rahima Muladhara. So Hassan Robison, he has some business, he does business in this area over there. And then in addition to being an item, obviously, of course, what happened is that

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in the in the area in the area with his servant was actually kind of like more like a scout for him in the market. He told him like, look, the sugar market is going down over here. So whatever sugar you have there, buy it, the price is gonna go up. So Hasan, he took that chance before the news spread in the market, and Allah was and he bought the sugar there because he knew is gonna go up. When the price went up, it went up 30,000 more than what you expected. He felt guilty.

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Because there's no right.

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I cheated the merchant that I actually they bought from them. Like I bought it from them. And they lost 30,000 result of me because of that kind of thing. So he didn't feel good about it. So he went to original monitor merchant, he goes, Look, listen, I made a deal with you. But look, I have to tell you that I got the news for my servant beforehand. So I knew the price is gonna go up, that's I want I want to borrow from you. So the man says, I Calaca that you're telling me right now I accept but we made a deal. hamdulillah you're halal? It's all yours. And he kept saying I can do this. I can do this. I can do this. Eventually, he decided that you know what kept after a month, he he

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accepted from him to return the sale back to him. Like he allowed himself to return a 30,000. Let's say could you could they actually $3 million of our time, for example, profit, just for the sake of feeling good that he didn't do anything harm or anything wrong? Who can do this today? Who can do this today? You go for example. You buy someone someone's car, like it was reported one of the Sahaba de la animada forgot who was, I think was Abdullah Muhammad. He went to the marketplace to buy a horse. And when he looked around, he found a horse or a camel. He said how much is that? So the guy who gave him a price. And he found this to be a bargain. Because you got it I'll take it

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actually was a horse. So on the way out on the market when he was riding that horse, he felt the horse actually it worked better than us. So went back again to the man who the merchant, the businessman, he goes, Look, this horse is so good. This is better than that price. Here's another 10 He goes, I'm satisfied with the price I gave you last he goes no take 10 He takes 10 He goes out and he comes back and he goes you know what? It's Wallah is better than this. It's so good. It deserves better than that. He gives me another 10 and the merchant says I don't need anything from you. I'm good with the price that I gave you. He goes I don't feel good about it. He kept insisting until he

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probably made me pay them double the price.

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Again, who's gonna do this today as your mom

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You're going to have ice cream from from Walmart for Xanga This is so good as your mind. You go back to the Walmart says them and that's not $5 less than $10

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You don't have to do that these days. But the idea is that there is that level of water and piety in the heart that people they pursue the rewards from Allah subhanho wa Taala more than any other gain earthly reward

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and Miss word even mark Rama had stored up a great quantity of food. Then he saw a cloud during the autumn and disliked it he said do I see myself disliking? What is a benefit to the Muslims? He swore that he would not take any profit from the sale of the storage food and told her I'm going to talk about it. Ahmed said to him May Allah reward you with better so Mr. Muhammad Allah and one of the Sahaba All right

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Tom what does that exactly mean? He heard some some food waiting for the market to go up so you can sell it right? Like it wasn't like he was controlling the whole market it just like his whatever he has in his hand. He didn't want to put in the market right away. He was waiting for I don't want to say monopoly 100% But at least he was gonna coordinate a little bit to wait for the price to get better. So waited enough and then one day what'd he say? He says he says the clouds coming through once you apply what does that mean in your mind? What is the most likely thing is going to happen? Forget about Texas but emerging and developed countries and when you seek it out what it means is

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Mr. Rain is going to come and when comes MS Word crops going to grow? Will crops grow and grow what's going to happen? There'll be abundance with the abundance what's gonna happen to the price of the of this of that crop for example, it's gonna go down. So I'll miss Orban macro Mata Sahaba de la and who has thought he was holding that food to sell it later for higher price. He is so a cloud passing by. He didn't like it.

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Why didn't he like that?

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Because he thought, Oh, if it's gonna rain is going to make the crops you know, grow and my the price of my food or my whatever commodity has is gonna go down. So when he felt that way, he felt guilty for feeling that way.

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He was like, Wow, I'm feeling horrible. Like, I'm horrible right now. I wish bad for the Muslims. How could that be possible? Instead of being happy to see the rain come in so that people have the like, and have access to better crops and so on. I am feeling so so awful for wishing bad for the believers. So he went to the top of the line it was probably a million. You know what that food that I was holding to purchase it at, you know, for a profit. I don't want to I don't want to actually get any profit out of it. And I'm one of the one that is like Allah, may Allah reward you for that. Now, from this we see that one imports food otter renounced the profit on what he hoards in a way

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that is prohibited. Now Imam Muhammad stipulated that one should shun the prophet of what has not entered into one's responsibility, because it would enter into the category of profiting from what one has not become responsible for, and the province of the lobbyists for dated. Mohammed said and one narration from him, that someone who rented out for a profit, something which he himself rented, must give the profit away. So the fact that sounds appealing to him oh Lo data, by the way, when we talk about monopoly over what it will mean Exactly. Is it in everything? Is it in?

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In textile? For example? Is it in?

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Artwork? Is it in food, what exactly we're talking about here, the LMI the talk act is exclusive about what basic necessities, that's what it is basic necessities, meaning what food items, and not even any food item actually luxury or not luxury it is, of course, essential food, obviously. But if people don't really care much about sweets, for instance, then any kind of like monopoly over sweets, it's fine, because not everybody wants to buy that stuff. But grains, oil, this thing that people did for for basic cooking, that's when the monopoly becomes prohibited. Also, sometimes some essential element in the society, like for example, fuel, that also can go into monopolies that is

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prevented prohibited. We shouldn't be doing that to hurt people with that. So there are many actually rules in regard to this matter. So if somebody holds that food or that necessity, to the extent that they're causing the prices that go up to the people cannot even afford it, or it becomes hard on them to survive with that that is actually a sin. And that's what the dilemma they say, does that Islamic state, or in this case, the government has the right to force these merchants to sell it at a specific price or not. And there's a whole argument and books with regards to pricing.

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Does the State has has the right to put specific prices like the capital prices on specific commodities. In a free market. Everything is floating. Obviously, there's no limit for that. But does Islam allow the flame of the free market to kind of set the price as it wishes or can we put a cap on the production assurance of discussion matter for QA on the roadmap but for you personally? What matters to you is the amount of water if you know that people need this commodity

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I have a lot of it. Instead of giving out into the market right now you can actually put it back. In this case, what are you doing? Are you doing something halal or haram? Let me give you a specific example from our community over here. When the VRC measure was about to be built at Hamdulillah, this whole area in the front was empty.

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Developers came develop the area and people start buying these lands to buy houses to live in front of the Masjid. Some people bought these lots not to live in front of the Masjid. Instead, what did they buy these lots for investment investments because they knew

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I'm gonna pay $150 150,000 for this for this piece of land. But in few years, inshallah we'll show homeownership. So come over here to the massive, this is gonna go for half a million.

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Right. And some people even actually, they build the house not to live in it instead to sell it so they can actually make a big profit out of it. From who from your brothers and sisters.

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Like you're gonna take a million dollar profit from a house that could actually be no for Subhanallah for just for 600 $700,000. Now, that's a form of monopoly not necessarily to haram in that sense, but at least matter of water, the sense of piety, instead of you know, just taking that money from them that they could have donated to the masjid in Ramadan, now you're taking it yourself, may Allah bless them with it, but at least you could have done better than that, and allow these people who would like to come and live in front of them as to buy these lands and buy and build the house and live in shallow data instead of paying a million dollars to get up and maybe 600

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Or maybe $500,000 for this for these houses. Now.

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He said in the narration from him considering the profit on goods of a mobile of a transaction in which the agent had gone against the wishes of the investor that he the agent must give the profit away so now he said in a narration from him concerning someone who bought fruits on the trees before they ripen with the condition that they will be cut down immediately and the left them until they ripened he should give the extra assala so all of these examples like he mentions over here just amount of water according to the Mama Mama drama louder and by the way, just to give a

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disclaimer over here. My Muhammad Rahim Allah and these matters. Usually he takes actually the conservative opinions more than the liberal appeal if you want to say that because he's what he himself was very well known Rahim Allah for being Xad. Someone who's always follows the path of whare more than anything else. Well, Laval in comparison to other folks, let's jump to the next point.

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A proof is derived.

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A proof is derived from this that avoiding the disagreements of the people of knowledge. By avoiding the matter which has just been rendered ambiguous or acting according to the most cautious of the two opinions were are regarded as permissible is better, because it is further away from ambiguity. However, thorough people have knowledge from our colleagues, I even have buddies and others take the position that this is not an unconditional statement. Because it's some matters on which there is disagreement. There are clear concessions narrated from the process of aligning sentiment, which there is no opposing evidence to follow those concessions is more fitting than avoiding them, even

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if those concessions did not reach a particular person of knowledge so that they abstain from them. Not concessions because of that. So what does it mean here at the simple question right now, hell, I left a lot going on for QA. If there's actually love, there's disagreement among the four QA, is there a justification for us to say both opinions are correct. So do whatever you want to do?

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Unfortunately, a lot of people, that's what they actually do. If there's a collab, there's this difference of opinion among Dalai Lama, that means you can choose whichever opinion you want. It's a green light for them to do. No, that's not that's not the case. So even when, when something like it affiliate is shuba, if the sugar was so strong and very clear, that is actually very, very doubtful matter. That doesn't mean that you say both of them are actually equally correct or equally valid, you're gonna have to investigate before you make an educated decision on the matter. So part of the work is to stay away from this. So that is an answer to the question that many people say Hola.

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Hola. Hola. Hola. Ma is a justification to say it's okay to do whatever you want to do. That's not the case. You also need to check your heart and see what path your heart will lead you. And subhanAllah Shoshana Salman bin Timmy Rahim Allah Allah Allah just for the sake of time on it. She was having a demon Rahmatullah to Allah. He has a wonderful and amazing Yanni statement in regards to how people should identify these matters of Quran for cara himolla I want to read this statement to inshallah Tada. He says cara himolla What a man will whare to perfect your sense of water sense of piety, and the alignment in Sun and the Earth element in Santa Hyrule higher any assurance that a

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person should be able to scrutinize or recognize the to the best of two goods, and the worst of two evils.

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Another statement, he says God may sell 50, who material hired ministry sharp, alpha key is not the one who could recognize who could recognize good from evil. That's not our forte, his kids could recognize that by the filter awesome.

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that you could recognize that because that's not the case. Well I can tell 14 true for case someone was really understanding of the dean is the one who can tell Hyrule Hi Raymond Shara Sharon, the best of the two goods and the worst of the two evils because our Dean he says follow him Allah Allah Allah Hoonah kalwaria Allah unnecessary atom of na Masada here with a Tamiya water athlete in my first video water Clelia you should have in your mind and understanding that our deen the Sharia is all about fulfilling the masala means what masala means actually benefits pursuing benefits for yourself, for your community, for the society and so on. What are pleading my first words are clear

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and eliminating harms and eliminate eliminating any any of them or facet the harmful matters and reducing them their presence in the society call. Well Illa Thurman Lemieux was in the middle fairlead mafia mafia unfairly we're talking about Monster Hunter Shura yeah well most of the show if I can do that oh algebra to have and Muhammad if someone is unable to do that and unable to balance between doing and abstaining from when it comes to the what is masala what is benefit what is harm, you're going to end up actually sometimes doing that which is leaving some of the words you bad and committed some of them Muhammad likewise for example, someone says you know what asked come to ask

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the Imam Can I work in Walmart but you guys are allowed to work in Walmart

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if you say no why?

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Because they're selling in Omaha ramen. There is why there is this there is that right? But if you look at the ratio of that in Walmart, how much would that be 10% 20% The large majority of its income or it's actually the sales come from something that's considered neutral right? So therefore there is a lot of doubt and working for that man for for that so for someone who want to ask you can I work for Walmart? Their general answer is just like look, it's not 100% Janica all out there but if your heart is not hot, we'll just stay away from it. Somebody's out of it. They take their opinion and said I'm not going to work for Walmart

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but then they end up doing what after that

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begging

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because you couldn't find a job you have to pay bills and family is struggling and didn't have anything else to take care of. So now because of the amount of water the amount of water they now fell into something that's Mahara Magnus

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so don't let don't let the water take you take it to the level where you start abandoning what is obligatory on you to take care of so you need to balance it properly as he says Rahim Allah Tala he goes look this now they have too much to master over here working for something that is doubtful is bad. But also you know not taking care of your family is horrible. So which one is which How should I balance my my case right now to recognize which one of the worst of two evils and that's the one that you abandon stay away from? So that's what I'm gonna do Mira mo lotta Allah was saying earlier, I'm gonna actually stop and the terms of the reading I'm just gonna go quickly over what the Hadith

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inshallah represent for us here. The hadith is actually represents one of the major kava for clear the maximum that governs Islamic law is known as Eliakim Lazuli shuck Alia clean as revision, which means certainty is not removed by mere doubt.

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Because the Hadith says that Amaya rebook LMRA book means leave that which is doubtful to that which is not which means go to that which is certain and that's the meaning of this of this Clarida hola que la la la Zulu Bishop your team cannot be removed certainly cannot be removed by mere doubt as an example for this. If you come to the masjid right now for Salah to Russia and now you're wondering do I have will do or not do I have although or not do I have the honor dua whether or not how do you settle the situation?

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Many people do what

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they go make although if not they go to the bathroom just to make sure that they have adult

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right. But seriously, you come to the masjid right now, do you have to make wudu before you pray,

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how can we apply this rule over here earlier penalize will be shut that certainty is not removed by mere doubt. We always go to that which is most most certain for us. So now when I come to the masjid, to pray at a shop, what am I certain about? Am I certain about having will do doubting breaking my model? Or am I certain about breaking my will do doubting making although afterwards. That's what you need to ask yourself. So if someone says well, last time I remember I actually I prayed Maghrib and then I left home. So when you prayed mountain what does that exactly mean? You had all right. What are you doubting right now? If you break it or not. So just remember don't go to

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the bathroom know that I went around somewhere? No. Right. So in this case, what are you certain about having more than Hannah's? Go ahead?

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take that role and pray as you are.

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But if you're now saying I know I use the bathroom, but I always meant well don't wanna use the bathroom but this time I'm not sure if I did. I'll give you start touching their hands if there are any kind of like most germs, I don't feel anything. Right. So in this case, you are certain about what

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I know will do.

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So that's your certainty. But your thoughts were about having Tahara or odo. So what do you do? You're gonna make well do you have to make but if you're gonna make Salah right now, Allahu Akbar because you thought that 100 I have although Allah Akbar and from the beginning to the end, you'll wonder if you will do is valid or not.

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If that's going to be the case, no, go make Waldo please and come back again a shallow data and start your Salah. So this is the Hadith that we have with us today. Inshallah, next week when Allah azza wa jal we will continue with Hadith number 12 with Nila, and continue from the boogeyman Cadabra metadata alleges akmola Heard Shama Baraka latika thank you for being here with us. We shall on the other side of Asia, we will be listening from Sheikh Mohammed cochlea and share with the students shallot Allah answer some of the questions regarding this session and Sarah Marie Rahmatullah.