Yaser Birjas – Isha Khatirah 2012 01 22

Yaser Birjas
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So last time you know how much it costs to sell them at a cemetery after my mother remarried know him a lot of data for the web a lot of he has to he gets to show

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the permissibility of getting angry when someone see a transgression against the last panel with the US law and limits carvana initiative or the Allahu taala call it Kadima pseudo law, he saw a lot of money he was setting them.

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Actually were this one. This one thought out one I said are the law and operation to hammer home Shatner at a massive media delivery setup. This Harry speaks about a story of the woman who stole in the time of the prophets of Allah said she was stealing things from the mother woman. And it's a very, very important because established a great law, a great system and Islamic law actually leaving the judiciary in Islam. This woman she was masumi Qureshi, the people who are much worried and concerned about the case of a massive me a woman who had committed theft. But two minutes after she was this lady was from polish.

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And then from a novel branch of Polish benina Zoo. And you're talking about like, the cream of the cream, the top of that cream, people from very noble descent belong to a very noble family, from the kurush clan itself. And she belonged to the name of zoom.

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And she committed theft crime.

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She used to actually steal from other women, gold and jewelry. It's not that she wasn't it was not that she was poor. It just, you know, somehow lost and it's out of greed. mean how could she have something like this I don't have.

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So she goes she gets she

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says the one when she was caught, she was sent to the prophets, Allah Allah, just Allah justice and justice. Indeed, of course, it was the execution of the punishment to have their hand and be the rest actually cut off.

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Now the quraishi people, they were so worried about that particular Muslim accent Come on. Now this

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has to be some other way of solving the problem. We have to find some, some of them so we'll look at they were looking for intervention.

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Someone who can speak to the prophets of Allah

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to help them take out from that problem. And if they can just pay not money ransom, just venture just not * ransom, we can just you know, pay for that crime. And inshallah, you know, save us the trouble of having that execution of that punishment for many years telluride ad in levels and

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they said among themselves, said, who shouldn't do

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with the profits of a lot of seven so that she would not get the punishment for her crime. And some of them they said Osama bin Zayed do wonders to talk to her so lies a lot about this issue. And as someone who's very close to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and who would be closer to him than Osama bin Zayed, Osama bin Laden, Salman was the son of Satan, inheritor and who was a dumb inheritor to the Prophet sallallahu himself. He was his ex adopted son.

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When he was in Mecca, he one of adoption was permissible as they didn't hide that was the adopted son of the Prophet so awesome. So treat him like his boy, he basically grew up in his house. So what last? But what a loss I would have revealed in Medina, the reveal actually the prohibition of that system. Now he's no longer has cancer is not an illegal son for him like a biological son, the son of Zetas inherited was awesome. So if the prophet SAW lots of loved his only son, they they would hide that much. Can you imagine how much he would love the son of his son, his grandson in this case? He definitely would love him so much. So what why was Rama so some of us a lot a lot. He was a

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very young man, during the process of us and passed away, he was 17 years old. So when this incident happened, perhaps it was around 15 minutes, 15 4016 years old and under age. So he's a young man, the people who wish they would ask elders, can you talk about profits or survival? Everybody was

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very serious. No, I don't dare talk about the progress of our decision. Because that's the law of law. Who there is the Prophet intervene in some demands? So some of his It was one of those young men. You know what it meant in a young man like 1213 years old kid, and you have Mashallah the shoe? The leaders of Porsche, they come to him. Sam, could you please talk to the prophets Allah selfless? Definitely, you're going to be proud of it. Somehow the hunter Parrish tribe is coming.

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To him, and he should intercede. You know, for that woman with a Lhasa seizure, of course I'll take it.

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And he was in sort of intercede for the swimmer the profits.

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And he thought that you know, his status or the profits or loss, he would allow would allow him to adjust it for something else.

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Carla, Sam was on top of the profits also Nevada.

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Football also lives on the line of Center at this show, if you had been dilla, Yarrow, Sam, with the proper was extremely, extremely upset with Sam. He said to him, yeah, Osama, he said, Do intercede when one of the legal punishment or Denver law has been violated? Is that what you're talking to me about?

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You're interceding in one of these laws of Allah subhanho wa Taala being violated, that's what you want me to, to basically to overlook. And he kept repeating that to sama. sama or the allotter animonda. He felt Of course, he was in a very bad shape.

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It's just like, Oh, my God, what have I done to myself?

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And those people said the property was stolen was something he was so feeling so sorry, what are some? Basically how could you How could you allow those people to put you in that position? How could you help them? How dare you even come and talk to me about something that allows them not to be violated. So the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he immediately, he immediately took this matter to the public, the people of Florida, they wanted to keep it private.

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They want to keep it, you know, between the profit of some of these data themselves, and let's just keep it down, shall we move on with this? So the profits are what the line was about money. He took it to the public. And he went to the number column, the Table Table, they came, and the professor was talking about Rasulullah sallallahu. He called for the football which means he called for that and I was called people they came because when that is called, it's not the regular time for Salah. That means it's just like a public side of our time. something dangerous is happening. Tornadoes happening, maybe hailed as falling down into something dangerous. So they all come to them as so

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there was like a public announcement for them. They heard that and they came to the budget What's going on? See how dangerous the situation was? Now the prophets of Allah. He called for a public for everybody to come and join. So when they arrived for sort of law so awesome, says Carla, he gave a football and part of what he said about football so a lot of similar in a common

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unknown can either Sarah coffee who Sharif

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where he does sort of appeal dive, accomodate. He said some a lot he will sell them in the hood, but he gave the people before you speaks about the Christian, the Jewish before us, the people who were before you went astray, and were ruined because of because if a noble person among them committed theft, they would leave him but if a weak person among them committed theft, they would execute the legal punishment on him. Which means when the rich does it, overlook that and then go home when the weak person does it? They show the law and they show the punishment.

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Does that sounds familiar to Gemma? Nobody's there's

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no one that there was the moment is ruined. Yeah. All these Muslim countries, in countries like Syria like Egypt, all these countries have power. That's how the system was based on exactly this alarmists. That's what they ruin. handle and now they're recovering Amala spam make it easy for the people of Syria. But inshallah they will be the law catch up with him in the light, things would be better. So eventually the problem he told him listen, those were before they were ruined, because of their injustice.

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When the rich steals the living, but when the poor they come on the show the system and then he said some of it was me giving an example of why Mama, which is I swear by Allah, love and enough ultimate of into Muhammad in South Dakota.

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He said so a lot he was brought along, what Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed speaks about whom his own daughter civilizer, the daughter of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he said, if it was if were Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed to commit the tech, I would cut off camera, which means I will do the same punishment.

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So even Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, he said that there's no over here, there's no favoritism. We don't favor anybody. If you commit something that there was a punishment you're receiving, regardless of your status, even if she was the daughter of Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi salatu salam.

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He's another Hadith. He said.

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Dr. Abbiamo. Let me serve you

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So if anyone's if anyone good deeds, not take him to gentlemen should not depend on his lineage, his beloved relations, man, Bobby Amaro, if your deed will slow you down, and judgment, their love, use Robbie heinous, your mess up your line, your blood normal descent, wherever the senator coming from, will not rush you to engine.

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So stop, you know worrying about your lineage and your affiliation with that tribe with that color being sad or this or that it's not gonna help you unless you bring that record. As full of good news for the last panel, what's wrong 41 Muslim? Now what happened to this woman to the story? I know you guys would like and happy endings.

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So this lady, even though she was punished, she was fine. They executed actually the punishment. But what happened to that I saw the laughter now. She said call it some as soon as

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she said she became very good Muslim after

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meaning Ayesha, she testifies, she goes, she became such a very good Muslim after that became she became a righteous woman.

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That means that punishment, even though in our way of looking at it, we say, audible alarms, this is cruelty. This is this this is that in measurements of the dunya, you might say that, at least for from a perspective of that individual, but for the perspective of the society, it's protect everybody. So determined, however, for the arsenal, that woman she won by that punishment, she won.

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Has she not been punished? And that way, perhaps you live the same lifestyle before she was punished and alive? Or would she? No, there's nothing. But actually, she said after this happened to her, she became such a virtuous woman after

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she repented to Allah subhanho wa Taala she repented a lot, so just such a great, great job of repentance down hamdulillah she always maintained and she led a righteous life after that, of course, doesn't mean that you guys need to commit a crime to be punished you can make tau

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don't think about it that way. But if you're so sure and certain that repentance can get you to that level to agenda, then put yourself in her position

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and be thankful to Allah subhana wa tada that you still have your both arms and your bottoms and just put yourself in a position and always repent back to Allah subhana wa tada and always be grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala. Any question?

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Well, I

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did I give the football sort of lies.

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The prophet SAW some of the football mystic actually talking about his Friday, so I gave a football Richardson. So Pamela, literally, I saw maybe half the message was crying. Well, I almost cried myself.

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Yeah. Although it's not the first time I'm given this book. I give this photo many times. It's actually an abuse of Mohammed Salatu. Salam, the human being. I spoke about the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as a as a son, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as a father, as a grandfather, his manners of love being a family man, so a lot of laughs and I was so emotional, how he treated his children and how his children treated him, how to his grandchildren, how he treated his mother who died when he visited her grave and he cried.

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So what the law said, am I so I was really surprised. I'm shocked that you know how much emotions were in his car flying in the desert. And even one brother was actually sitting in front of me and the member I sometimes I was just I was distracted because I was crying.

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But I was very emotional. I'm short handed. I think that people appreciate that. And shall hopefully you will.

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One day

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well, you're the spoiler. Do you know my techniques and I don't get the title. I'm telling you. You.

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Shall I'll make it a surprise.

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The punishment

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the it is the first cell phones. Doesn't say second office. It is first

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So here it is, first of whites, maybe they don't cut it

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is I'm not sure. I don't know the law law. However, I want to talk about the punishment actually, of the fact that Islam is the first offense, as long as the criteria have been met. It's not like anybody who says they're going to cut it,

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there are specific criteria needs to be fulfilled, the amounts should reach specific threshold,

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the circumstances should actually meet the criteria of an premeditating fact, the person is not Yanni stealing from

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a community fund is stealing from personal fun, because if someone is stealing from a community actually fun, that doesn't, you're not going to be executed the same man.

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But if it's private, fun, someone stealing from someone else, this case, that's when the person actually executed, our student may say that the punishment on them also the money has to be inherited, has means it's supposed to be should be protected, not you know, thrown in the public. Let's say someone breaks into a house, and you go into their bedroom, and open the lockers and they take the money from there. That's that's stealing, basically. But if someone saw a car, you know, by the Ministry, the street or the highway and the windows were open, and then he pulled something from in there, that's the sputum.

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That's very disputable. Because there's not a Harris, what do you expect valuable things to stay in. So again, there are specific criteria that needs to be met before that, that punishment can be fulfilled.

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But I don't know about the

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settlement concepts.

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Such punishment, victim,

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the victim to

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the settlement, the settlement case, in this situation, it's, it's allowed, Unless Unless the case goes to the governor or goes to the court, once you take a person to the court, that's it, it's out of your hand.

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you settle before you get there, there was a story about the process of a Muslim group of people, they grabbed someone, a thief, they grabbed him, and they brought him to the profits of a lot of us. And also masakadza documentary stole this so that they were the witnesses, eventually, then the prophet SAW a lot of salah and he said, okay,

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execution, punishment

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is current. So the victims are the people they support. And they say also a lot. Now I forget.

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So the problem looked at them and he was very angry. He was very, very angry with them. He says, Now we forget,

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specifically namita that you're given her life and documented, you

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shouldn't have done that before Bring him to me.

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Once the bond is punished, these are these rules come to the court. They have to be fulfilled. The only punishment that I know of that you can, you can act, it's in the hands of the family, or at least, the victims. It's the capital punishment, aka SOS, they have the right to stop the capital punishment, even in the last second. And I've seen it in many.

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I've seen that in money. And when people just brought to justice, for capital punishment, prosecution. And in public display discipline, then in the last minute, they pulled the person out, but wonder what's happening, what happened, what happened. So when people investigate this in the family from here, just basically, they bought into the last session that are second, and then that will get

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the payment and that sort of that sort of lifestyle, and perhaps they wanted to scare the guy.

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you cannot do that. So if you want to forgive you forgive on the spot, or before they take them to court.

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if the person of the person's punishment was executed in the dunya, they're not going to be held accountable for it in the afternoon. Because none of us were done unless something had to deal with cocoa, cocoa and worship, the rights of human beings. This case, you're going to have to deal with that. But like, for example, someone drank alcohol, and they were punished. This case was the handling department is done. They're not going to be punished again for it, unless you do it again and again. But if someone steals from some people money, and then they executed that, in this case, the money that they stole, they didn't bring it back to the people they can still be held

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accountable for unless they repent or loss.

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Our working families the families forced into to go and take the money

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for the capital funding.

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Recently, this is what happened in

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this case, the

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people and the government involved in it, and they asked me to take money. So that's political.

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It's a political case, it's not actually took the money. So they take it out willingly or unwillingly.

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I know. But here's the thing. When you talk about branksome, and capital punishment, Islam, Allah Saba, which means that closest blood relatives from the Father side, for the victim, they should all agree on the blood on the capital punishment. If one of them, one of them decided not to go with the capital punishment, the capital punishment will be dropped, let's say the entire family, they want to go with capital punishment.

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But then his brother, he said, Well, $3 million is not bad.

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Bad thing. I'd rather go with a blog man. If he said to the plot, if he said I go the blood money, the capital policy will be dropped.

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See how critical issues people are thinking? Oh, the Muslim the chop hands? Yeah. Johnny is not like that. As a man. It's a it's a cabinet. This is a system judiciary system. There. Is there any corruption in the system? I agree. Absolutely. There is profit in the system. But it doesn't mean that the system itself is bad. is the application of it. Unfortunately, in these countries, the implementation of it is very bad. Law. No.

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No, so these two questions, basically, one is the ruling of that.

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That came from

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Yes. So

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the last part of it was our It was our ideal manga zombie manga Savannah. Carmilla.

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was sorry, for sorry for the thief. Chocolate. Yeah, chocolate.

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No, no, it's actually basically they start with the right hands.

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And then if he does it again,

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no, they chocolate to his left foot.

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He does it again.

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And again, there's no punishment for it eventually. However, there's a thing. I don't it's not maybe the right session to discuss all the details right now.

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But here's the thing, when someone does it out of need, if someone is feeling out of need, there is no cap. There's no punishment. There's no such thing as like, No, they won't take what they call tashia which means they take punishment, maybe in jail or something like that. But you cannot use the hand cutting as a punishment for them. That's if they were if they are, they're stealing because of hunger. They are hungry. They're in bad shape. economy's bad. Everybody's going to be stealing, for example, or responsibility. That's why during the time of Rama, Rama, Rama

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Rama Rama was the year of the drops. They call it a Ramada because everything everything everybody knows it looks like romance, which means like the ashes, the sun burned almost everything, there's no rain coming down. So wherever you go, just like ashes, that's what they called an aroma during Andromeda

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he temporarily suspended the effect

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meaning there is no punishment or the hands why because chances are those who steal they're not stealing out of you know, any ill

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intentions. It's just because they want to they want to do it.

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So we suspect that until the last panel around to help them recover and then that punishment was put back again into into application. So in times like these Yeah, there might be something I need to take into consideration. Well, no one

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from the rest Yes.

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She up to the the got her hand because she was 18 so her hand was was cut off. Milan? Yes. Okay, today.

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We were interviewing and Cinzia said that about the urination basically, don't do it standing up to sitting down because you own or you cause nudges around the area. Yes. If you are in a public place, a lot of the public places you can even walk in standing up for that imagine sitting down now what do you do in a situation like that?

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The third of basically urinating, is it permissible to do it while standing or not?

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Anyway, so virtually the prophets Allah wa sallam his standard practice his standard practice to sit down in order to make sure that you don't splash and adjust on your clothes or your body or anywhere else around and so on. However, there was there were there was wondering

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A Muslim. He's got a lot a lot. And he said one day I was walking with the profits of alarms. And I'm wondering what that is about. He came close to sebata foam is just like a dumpster of some, some people. He said California visa Law Center. So he stopped there and he wanted to relieve himself. He said follow him. So he asked him to go on and look for three stones for three stones to get him to quit wiping on him after he's done to clean himself. Then when when they arrived, he saw the prophet SAW lots of urinating while he was standing for karma before finale, hydrocodone this has come close company standard, of course, it was turning away from the profit center center. And the company was

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calling him to come closer so you could receive it from him. Come closer come close a cell had data and document the visa loss and I was at him so close to close this stream. So what allows Of course not not look at but at least it was very close. Then the prophets Allah Salaam he cleaned himself. So he reported that he did that when he was done. Now, some other Sahaba like it was reported on I shot a lot. He said, Whoever tells you the prophet SAW some ever done that when he was standing unbeliever.

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Maybe she never saw the profit doing that. So that's what she reported a line over here put it up, because that's what he what he had seen. And it's an authentic, Buhari and Muslim are the Alon, some of the Automat, they tried to give some reasons why the profits or loss of the quality was done. And they said because Jimmy shot rock bottom heavy salsa means you had injury. And it wasn't easy for him to bend down or crouch down, you know, because it would hurt. Now, that's an interpretation we could not find in any other authentic source. But so it's a matter of interpretation is not if it's not authentic, or there's not actually any decisive interpretation, we go by the standard story that

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the prophet SAW some did when he was standing. So based on this, we said, if the circumstances were like this, that's fine. Like you say, in public place, for instance, and it's not clean, and you don't trust the adjuster of the place, and so forth the period of the place of this case, if you do it was standard, that's fine. However, if you decide to do it one standard, you need to make sure that you cover I mean that that in the culture of a people they make phone deals. Yeah, thank you.

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So in this case, now you need to make sure that you're covered, that's one second, then you clean yourself very well. You clean yourself, whatever, whatever water or tissues.

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The third thing also you need to make sure that whatever actually whatever you use in order to get in the bathroom, that it does not the water does no damage, it does not bounce off, and come back again. It splashes basically on your clothes or your body so you make sure if these circumstances are met, you shouldn't be financial meltdown

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dialysis in the morning.

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So I miss the morning three days a week. And I pray before or after. No, you're gonna have to bet Can you pray while you're in the process while you're on your on your side or sitting down? I'm not sure I can. I'm not sure because I you know, doesn't matter a lot of letters comes out that's fine, because he was actually injured when I was that

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when he was traveling a lot and your assassination he still prayed he prayed when the blood was still gushing from his tongue all day long. So if you're under circumstances that you're gonna have to be an attached to the machines in dialysis and the blood is coming up. You can still make a solid shell just make sure to men will do before you get there and want to stand for Salah whether you're sitting on a chair, or lying down on a bed, pray and the circumstances you're at and the best way you can how to make reconstitute as much as you can, if you could not bend forward, then at least with your head, and you should be fine in Sha, Allah.

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a very good question actually observation here is that when we talk about the affiliative system and Islam and the punishments for doing these few stories you read about in books have had it and some people then they put so much concentration on them that they make them so big, and this appears that they do that 10 times a day.

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It's like

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you have we have all these thugs and criminals, chopping heads and hands every single day. Unfortunately, we don't have any statistics and I which is a good really any reason to do some sort of research in books, and collect all these stories. And see how many stories have been done like this near the towers.

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profits or losses, all these executions and punishments and stuff when you count them, then very little, very little in terms of nominal. Even when it comes to Rajan started for example, we know from the top of the profits and they were too

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nice to

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determine the profit or loss. But after the profits or loss, even at the turn of the profit or loss, even at the time of the profit or loss, this punishment was never executed because of witnesses. Never. It happened because of people come in voluntarily, to submit surrender themselves turn themselves,

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but never, never at the time of the prophets, Allah said, I'm not even actually anytime there is today, certainly before maybe they say four times I believe that anyone was ever sent to this punishment, you know, because of witnessing the crime.

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And what you see in these countries, about people, you know, going after it and men and women, and they they secure them in that fashion. I don't know what the evidence they are and they hold against him a long time.

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But islamically we know that there are definitive issue that if there was any show that there was any doubt in any crime, you should not be executed that punishment alone.

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Last question is from

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Sheffield seen last night.

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He was saying that he was allowed

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to come on to Tara.

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in that fashion? I'm not sure. And in that statement Coronavirus has to be added. But we know from Simon and Pharisees all the a lot of law when a man came to him

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to Jewish man, Carrie says I love Sudoku.

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Because you know your message has taught you everything, even how to use the bathroom. And I'm usually like statement here to describe what he said. He used a very nice street language to describe what you do in the bathroom.

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So So man, instead of getting upset with him, he goes, nah, of course. Absolutely. Allah Nakula

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because he taught us everything, even how to use the bathroom again, I missed the Blackboard. I think that's what

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he said.

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was not

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But this is the staple of Solomon and Pharisees. And then he said, and then he said, he says he taught us that whenever we use the bathroom, you don't first off in law or give it back to the law and that you use today our job.

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So basically, if you use tissues, you need to use at least three times to make sure that you clean yourself. Wipe yourself clean sharp for washing is not necessary. If use tissues, washing is not necessary, but washing is better.

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The best even if you can use both by first using tissues, they will then adjust them. So you don't have a direct contact with an adjustable neuron. And then you use the water afterwards. That's the best format.

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It's been a long time.

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