Yaser Birjas – Wednesday Halaqa 2013 04 03 The Secrets Of Zakah Giving

Yaser Birjas
AI: Summary © The speakers stress the importance of understanding and studying, giving, and verifying actions in Islam. They stress the importance of fulfilling obligations, avoiding silly behavior, and showing respect to one's values. The speakers also emphasize the importance of giving money in a spirit of money and showcase various examples of actions taken by customers. They stress the need for parents to be involved in the decision and the importance of giving things in exchange for others' benefit. Additionally, they emphasize the importance of giving children money in return for their wellbeing.
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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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handle a lot of blood amin salatu salam Baraka, Nabina Muhammad wa salam, ala Sleeman, kathira, Muhammad Azteca tonnato discussion shallow, who doubt it will be about Zika? If I asked you if I asked you among the Muslim community, to give me the, let's say the best description of any of the five, five pillars of Islam, what were the most favorite to people to talk about of the five pillars of Islam or will it be

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our Salah it's the most popular if I ask people to tell me about Salah they will give me tons of evidences a hadith

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that talks about who sure descriptions are current and so on. They can give you a vivid description of Salah. But if I asked you among the five pillars of Islam, the five pillars of Islam the underserved pillar in terms of understanding and studying among the Muslim Ummah, which one would it be?

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Do you guys disagree on this? It's as

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if you ask people about fasting they would know enough. If you ask them about about Hajj, you would know they would know enough. If you ask them about Jihad attend, they would know more than enough the shallow data. But when it comes to the car, it's the most underserved, the most underserved pillar of Islam, because it seems that you know when it comes to finances and money and so on, not so many people would like to do the math. We focus on this issue because it has a lot of technicality. It has a lot of technicalities and people they just cannot hate to deal with all the details that would involve educating people about the cost palette tonight and shallow data we will

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be discussing the secrets of Zika. And given we're not going to talk about the technicalities of Zika so we're not going to discuss the nisab and how much you should give on gold or silver or animals and surfer we're not going to discuss that our discussion tonight inshallah with a vertical data about the secret and the essence of the Zika the spirit when you give the why and how should you understand the given the culture of giving among the Muslim Ummah and the Muslim community. The model of Rahim Allah, Allah, the author of them cadabra multilaterally under the chapter desica Kitab was the karate wasabia the chapter the book on Zika and the secrets of Zakouma de la Cava and

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the pertinent subjects related to the car, car as the car to huduma ban Islam Zika huduma Bernie and Islam it's one of the pillars of Islam. Welcome Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala this Allah and Allah subhana wa Taala combined and joined as the crowd with a Salah which means in many many, many evidences, there are many irons in the Quran Allah subhanaw taala says well clay musala

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what is the outcome you don't hear that often saying well the masala and go to Hajj or aqui masala and fast right you don't hear that often. But you will hear it a lot of Allah subhanaw taala saying a famous Salah who are to Zika that's why he said it's a how to abandon Islam, one of the main pillars of Islam and was work somehow as for the different categories and pillars of Zika and the categories of Zika was Babu BIA and the effective codes and the reason for the application of Zika for viral mushroom female only human suitable for this is very common. It's very popular in books have felt well in a manner guru Hakuna basura to adapt what we're going to be talking about here he

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said some of the some of the conditions and the etiquettes and adapt related to Givens account. Femina short, and usually gentlemen society one of the conditions one of the conditions of forgiving zeca that you have to give from that which has been mentioned in the text. What does that mean? What does he mean by that? Kinda What are you to say, you shouldn't be given the value that's the most authentic opinion according to the model if the author of a model dynam for intimate adjust a fragile Thema in NEMA dilemma has said the saddlehorn Latif aka those who say you can give the value instead of giving the actual staple food or monetary you know, think of the zeca they only looked at

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the need, meaning they only look at fulfilling the needs of the poor. And he said was that the whole Lottie Lazar who are called maxo de Beauvoir, and just fulfilling the needs of the poor is not necessarily all the purpose of obligating the Zika. It's part of it. fen namazi by the schelotto exam for the obligations when it comes to Shara. The obligations in our Deen fall under one of three categories. What's the meaning of the paragraph I just mentioned to you?

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If you want to give the car on gold, what you should be given gold or should you give let's say, Johnny fruit, what do you give out of gold? Gold. If you're not going to be given Zakat on sheep, what should you be given sheep? If you're going to be given on camel you should be given camel usually give camel basically. So and if you're going to be given on on wheat or barley, you should give them the same the same thing.

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That's what he means by that. If Allah subhana wa tada made zeca on, let's say on the shift to come out from the sheep, then you're going to give a sheep Can you give instead of giving a lamp or a sheep? You said okay, how much a sheep today? How much? What's the value in the market for a sheep today? You would say about $200 $150 $300. So, which is better to give the poor? Do you give them one sheep? Or do you give it they give the poor 150 dot 150 or $200? Which one which is better for you for the poor?

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You give not $200 right? Why is that? Why do you guys say $200?

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Because they can make good use of it. They might need it for paying some bills and other other stuff and so on. The author Rahim Allah, Allah, Allah, he goes against this. He goes, it's not just about fulfilling the needs of the poor, when Allah subhana wa tada when the Messenger of Allah says, Allah said, I mentioned that does occur on such and such items should be given from the exact same category. He said that there is something beyond just fulfilling the needs of the poor. And that is, that is what he means by that is, it's the output, and that is that you show your servitude to Allah subhana wa Tada. So that's what he says, when you look at the obligations of our Dean, they will

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fall under one of three categories. What are these three categories number one and customer Oh, well, from our obligations when we do or a vida, we do them number one Carlota Buddha man, this is an absolute act of servitude and Ivana meaning he means by that, then you might not understand the rationale behind it. But you've been commanded to fulfill the order in that fashion. And he gave an example karmiel GMR. Just you when you go on you stone it we throw the seven pebbles during the Hajj. What's the purpose of doing that? I know in the common culture, people think that when they throw the seven papers, what exactly they're doing.

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They saw another shirt on. That's what most people think they're literally thinking that they're stoning the shirt on, but they're not stoning anybody. They're not stoning the shirt on this is symbolic, from the son of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that he did that Allahu Akbar, and he was throwing that 1237 and he did that on three different stations for three days or four days. And he did that sallallahu wasallam and we're still doing it until this day. When you look at it, what's the purpose of doing that? taboo dynmap absolute servitude, fulfilling the obligation that Allah soprano does mention rationale behind it, you can give interpretations. But there is no particular

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evidence from the Quran or the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that for that particular reason you're doing this. Another example who can give you an example for a Bada, an act of worship that is done completely just as an act of worship, which was absolute servitude to Allah azza wa jal, the rationale behind it might not be very clear to me And you give another example.

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A cyber software model running between the two mountains during high drama, give me something else besides hodgin onra.

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salata, kossuth. When you press articles, you press a lot of hoops that the prayer of Eclipse, you pray that Salah in a specific manner different from the regular Salah. The question is why we don't know the rationale is just the name of a battle we have to fulfill what else?

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How about them? That's a lot the way we do it. If you didn't fetch your harmonica to load for us or for Mazda, three Asia four, why?

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why he was made to why not for one making all of them for why Metalab have all these prayers made the only one to have that odd number of regard three, instead of having to four or six or something like that, why? We don't know the rationale behind it. We don't know the rationale behind it. But we're doing it as fulfilling that.

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Take the example of a term drug solution.

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If you lack the water, you cannot make what do you have but you're secure to ultimate goal. Don't use water for taking a shower or making although What is your obligation in this case? You need to make them that dry solution. How do you do that you strike the dirt, take off the dust of your hands and then wipe over your face and your hands and all of a sudden, you become now eligible to pray.

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So what does make this action invalid or an ad that would allow you to perform to perform a badass such as Salah or makeup off? What does that what makes it so it's the absolute top but they're doing it to fulfill the obligation. Allah subhanho wa Taala said so you said semana matana and that falls under the category that Allah Subhana Allah says in the Quran webmechanix minute, one minute in a da de la hora Zulu Ramadan and the akula home theater Memberium it's not for a believing man or woman. When Allah subhanho wa Taala and under the Messenger of Allah azza wa jal decree something means if the if Allah Subhana sends an obligation and you

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Kunal homonuclear m&m that they choose they have a choice after Allah subhana wa tada decrees on something. So that's the meaning of this first point he says from Oxfordshire. So what would be the reason behind his obligations from UK. So, the Shara Philip Taylor available, he said the purpose or the objective of such an obligation will become to test us to test and try us if we then fulfill that obligation or that Iman, Clara Buddha to leota, Buddha to Buddha to lab Devi fairly matter yurakucho Nana Leanna or Buddha to lab so that the servitude of that slave of Allah subhanho wa Taala would would would come out, you will show your server to tala surgeon by fulfilling these

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actions that are considered completely irrational to you. You don't have the rationale behind it. But you're doing it because Allah subhana wa Taala is testing you under currently under Mercado mana, you say to Allah He really because if it was logical, if it was something that is logical, it's easy to do. It's easy to do. So for example, if I'm if I, if I'm asking you right now, to go ahead and and take a shower. After that you only come to Salatu. Juma, would you understand the meaning of that, of course, you want to be going to be cleaned fresh, you come into congregational prayer. So it's very obvious if the obligation is that you pay the debts on time. If someone if

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someone, if you borrows money from somebody, you become now obligated to pay back on that due date, right? So when the due date comes you become obligated legally and islamically to pay the money back to this individual. It's obvious and logical why this is an obligation because that's the that's the right then it you need to fulfill that. But when you have an obligation as this sounds illogical to you to to you, becomes hard to fulfill and the only reason that we are obligated to fulfill that to show our servitude or Abuja to Allah subhanho wa Taala Karla Leanna Mercado mana, you said, Really? What is logical it's easy to understand, and we are naturally inclined to fulfill that for other

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hello hello Sudoku DIA TV. So that this the essence of obedience and servitude to Allah azza wa jal would not be visible there would not be accurate, it would not be clear how the law of karma that's contrary to what we mentioned of these previous examples, when you know that this is something that's kind of doesn't make any sense to you at some point, but you're still doing that, only because Allah said so that was your your servitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala, Caracas muthoni, the second category of our divided so we said three categories. The first one is a Buddha to Mahabharata Buddha, complete servitude to Allah subhana wa Taala. The second one he says x medallic. That's

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completely the opposite to that. So it's not a Buddha is not completely a Buddha there is another human element and fulfilling that obligation. Well who man is the man who toppled meaning that absolute servitude is not the essence of that obligation? barrel MK pseudo men who have been mob what is our what is required from fulfilling that obligation is to fulfill that part of the obligation there is there is a shared human basically element and fulfilling that obligation. Kekova eternal adomian such as paying off the debt for other people, what they'll mouth soup when someone or something or steal something you're required to give it back. That's very obvious. It's an

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obligation. We know why you should do that. That's not the right. Look at Haleakala to a total fee or unfair, you don't have to have an intention to fulfill that obligation which means you only pay the debt off. You don't have to have an intention to and so the other thing that I would like my intention is to fulfill by paying off this debt, you don't have to do that. So he says here because of that, well Kay femoral Wassall Hakuna Matata happy Hassan Maqsood wa sakata Bashar Shara so in whichever way that obligation was fulfilled, then it's fine. And in this case, the obligation is dropped Carlos there is no liability on you anymore. So if you if you owe someone money, and then

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someone else without even consulting with you send the money to that individual and told them okay, whatever how much how much he owes you. He owes me $200 Here you go the $200 just That's it, forget it and keep it between me and your

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money was paid already paid off completely. Now, do you still have to pay that money? No. But I don't know who's that anonymous, you know, the Samaritan who paid on my behalf. It doesn't matter. It was paid off. For us. It's over. So that's why he says this is not taboo. There is no servitude in here. Karla philharmoniker smiler Kiva FEMA. These are two two basic new categories. There's no complexity over here. It's very easy and simple. And melkus masala, as for the third category, for who will maraca This is now the complex meaning that has actually two parts over here. It has two parts. Well what are the mental Omron Jamie on here in this category, we actually the object

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Is to fulfill both a taboo that you worship Allah, can you show your service utilization and second, also to help other people. And he is the example over here he is it brings the example over here, Carla, First Timothy into budan karmiel GMR. So there is that servitude such as stoning and throwing the tables for GMR, while

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also fulfilling the rights of humans and people felt I am belly and the answer, adult call man a new avatar. But when you fulfill that category, don't forget about the most subtle aspect of that obligation, which is your servitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala call when Allah duck when it's more important, and as the head of cabin zeca as part of this, how is that? How is the car has the two, two parts of these two categories? Can you guys explain to us?

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you fulfill the obligation? Because the law sets his panel down? How is it actually? How is it now then?

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rights of humans? How is that?

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Because you're helping the poor? So helping the poor is logical. It's simple and easy, right? But the question, why do you need to pay for your money?

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Why does it have to be 2.5%? Only? Why not? 5%? Why not? 6%? Want to 10%? We don't know, right? So there is a major rationale behind it. But it's not clear to us. Why do you have to pay them? You have to give that many sheep or cows or camels when you give the car for of animals? Why is that? We don't know these details. So there is the output over here. Why do we give the car from these categories? But why don't we give us a car from other categories. All these now requires from us to just say semana matana it's completely taboo and servitude. Allah subhana wa Tada. But what is now considered heavy enough means the the light of the of the humans is very obvious when you give the

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care to the poor, what exactly you're doing, you helping other people, you're assisting the society, you're carrying one another. So there is a lot of logic behind it. He says this a brother, this is very obvious, that has the two it has the two components over here. Allah subhanho wa Taala has the agenda right to philosophy in our data and also the right of the humans. He said 404 clearly Maqsood meaning we obviously we really need to fulfill the needs of the poor will have put up with mock to the shadow and also fulfilling the larger philosophy in order to short to worship Him is also required over there. That's why the Salah become does occur became like salah and Hajj and Allah

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subhana wa tada alum. Now I remember him a lot as moving on to the dub and the etiquettes when you give this account, color first learn

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about and these subtle and secrets of giving this account lm and man anomaly the physicality or life anomaly the physicality what life if you really want the after a day of judgment, the hereafter when you give your zecca you have to observe these obligations, you have to observe these etiquettes number one Allah He mentioned here, actually the six of them, I want you to count this. He mentioned six of these etiquettes number one, and you have Herman morada Minh has a car that you understand the essence of this car, the meaning the objective behind the car? Why do you guys think that you need to pay the car anyway? What's the purpose of paying this account? What is it? Let me hear from

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you. Before I tell you what they mentioned, he mentioned three things shows the essence of desica What could it be? Yes.

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to purify the world, and then AFS as well, what else?

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Because it's obligation, you have to do it right. What else?

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Just to give to others helping assisting other people. So let's see what we know about that color hammer low dollar the essence of given those three things number one, if Tierra de Mahabharata Allah tala Raja Maha Buddha, Allah subhana wa Taala is testing you to give away What do you love the most?

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Then he said, What the heck Boonen mela hogben Gemma, and you love wealth with a passionate love. That's what Allah said about me and you, you can't deny that you love money. So he says this, you really love it with passionate love. And he says here that Allah is testing you to give away that which is most beloved to you. Is it easier? Gemma? Is it really easy to it's not easy? I mean, it's tax season right now. You know, a few more days and that's it. We'll close the close the door basically and you're going to start paying penalties. People they're delaying their taxes. Why? Because they hate paying taxes. Why should I give my money? I work so hard for this. And you just

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asked me to pay that much money somehow. It's they feel it's not fair. When it come to the koalas testing you Yes, you earned this money fair and square.

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But Allah is asking you to give 2.5% of your wealth to the poor. So when he's asking and he's asked you to give your money eventually what Allah has given you, of course, but still we have that we love it. We love this world, and he's testing me on you to give that we love the most. That's the first thing. Second part, our finances are he uncertain. bookly Allah Allah, Allah subhana wa tada wants to purify you from that, that negative quality stinginess. That's devastating stinginess. When people become stingy, and they don't give llama Stan it becomes really, really dangerous. Because when you become stingy with your wealth, you become stingy with everything in your life. Time,

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o'clock, generosity and some people they become even stingy with their smiles.

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Because they're afraid of this smile. People will say, Oh, he's relaxed. Let me ask him for help. So then this in this case, they don't want to smile. They don't want to be they don't want to have to have any kind of positive connection with people. The third one called well should crona metal man. You're showing your gratitude to Allah subhana wa tada for the blessings of wealth. Three things this is the essence of giving this account number one, testing you to give that which Allah has made obligatory upon which he made you most beloved to you. Because Allah says lanterra burrata tofu mama to have bone you are not landmannalaugar you're not gonna get Albert you won't get the reward.

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Basically, you want to get this this goodness this higher had to Fukushima to happen until you spend from that which you love the most. So that's the first one. And he said, What another book means you give so that Allah subhana wa Taala will purify you from this negative quality of devastating stinginess. And the last panatela says, says in the eye by one minute, NFC for like overflown those who have been those who have been saved from Shanghai NFC, it means that stinginess, that's conveyed that quality, that negative quality for like home of the home those are the most successful. And then the third one shoe corner Mattila to show your gratitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala has given

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you and you show great gratitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala in Khartoum, Louisiana. And the law says if you're grateful, I'll give you even more. So this is the first etiquette that we need to observe understanding the essence of giving zeca did you guys understand that? Did you memorize these three points. Better have them clear in your mind because this is what you're gonna need to remind yourself all the time to make it easy when you give us the second point, the second etiquette Alibaba for dystonia. But it's Ravi Raja, when you give it tried to give it secretly, even musica give it secretly Carla Likoni about dominaria it was Suma because this makes it easier. It makes it

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handler any safer from falling into the showing off. And just you know, kind of trying to to make it public and popular to the public. You don't want to? Well, Phil is the heart is learned. And in fact, the reason he says when you give it publicly, you're actually you're putting down the poor.

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So when when you go out and you say you say this is my zurka who wants the comma? And someone comes says I need that money. Somehow they need it. That's what they asked for it. But this is you're putting those people down and you're humiliating them when you give that publicly qualified half and you tell him about the Mirage APA. If you're afraid that people will say we'll talk about you somehow you're rich. I've never seen your Givens occur at all. They will say that they will say I have never seen you given Zakah at all. He says if you feel that people will talk about you like that. Arthur amandla evaluated for karate bill after the ban on Giamatti. alanya In this case you

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give the people who don't really mind taking it publicly. Some people are in a very bad shape that they don't really mind taking it publicly so why not? In this case, you could give that part a lot of value Sarah, but you still give other people secretly The third point the third etiquette Karla Allah you see the herbal manual other Allah if Sita bill money while other you don't ruin your Zika bye by constant reminders and taunting people with that.

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You know every time this young man who receives your money as a scholarship every every time he comes in it says oh Marshall handler so how's your score right now? How's your GPA right now? You know don't it's my money I don't want you to waste that on you know nothing. You keep always reminding the people that are Mashallah if it wasn't for my money wouldn't be able to build this house. You don't talk about people like this. So when you talk to them, you ruin your account. But Anaconda in Santa Ana so much.

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Money man bill Etta Obama has a domino data. This is because naturally as humans, for us as humans, when we give when we give and we see ourselves very charitable, you know, this might fall in our hearts. We

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Really for now, it might fall on our heart to show our gratitude our favors and other people. Somehow you might say that and this happens a lot in the massages, unfortunately, people they give and they expect something in return me when I give my charity to them so, of course we have to show responsibility and also hold people liable for the money that they received to run the message. But at the same time when you give you give it for the sake of Allah subhana wa not to give not to have a higher vote or a higher influence whatsoever privilege in the message. So you give it you only give it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala God will have got another law alpha theorem in La

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Boca Buddha Pilla, Allahu Allah, He says, if you really look at it, if you look at it from a different perspective, you will see that as you give the poor, it's the poor, who's given who's having a favor upon you to accept Allah subhanho wa Taala is right and hop in his hand.

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me when you give it as a car, it's not your money anymore. This is helpful law is the right of Allah subhanho wa Taala imposed on you is the hug of Allah subhana wa he is required that you give now when the poor takes it from you. He is showing that favor upon you to receive it to take that heck of a lot from your hand. Because if you don't give it to any to anybody what's gonna What are you going to do with that? You're going to keep basically thinking oh my God, Who should I who should I give it What? What I get what do I do with this money you keep looking around until you find someone who deserve it and then give it away. handler these days we have agencies we have organizations we

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have massage caregivers, aka easily from us. But back in those days when people it's time for them to give us a car. They have to go and look and see in the community who deserves this we can give it to them. caught on to him a lot of data was stolen America and when you look at this and you start thinking and I Harajuku zeca, tissue chronometer, man, when you give this out, you're also showing your gratitude to Allah subhanho wa Taala for the blessings of wealth. Further you have been available for clearing Rama in this case, you don't consider the transaction between under for cleared of anything. I'm given the poor not because I'm showing a favor upon this man. No, I'm

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giving the poor because I want to be grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala when I give my Zika so this individual like basically becomes invisible, meaning you don't look at who's receiving. You look at you're giving away you're giving out your chakra into the hands of Allah subhana wa tada through this person. So that person you don't actually show any favor upon and this individual, Carla what I am very grateful for clearly for Korea, you shouldn't put down the poor because of their of his poverty, you shouldn't be putting down a poor because of his poverty. Leon and favela Lisa, Bill man, while unox big man, he says you know because virtue status is not because of how much money you

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have. And lack of status doesn't mean that and lacking the wealth doesn't mean lack of status. How many poor people we know. But when it comes to the virtue in the community and the society it's it's greater than many great merchants and wealthy people. So status and virtue in the society in the community is not equivalent to how much money you have. Cora Alba turaga the fourth etiquette right now when you give Zakat and you give charity, the fourth etiquette, onion tuck em and Molly Heller, who was the who will have three things that when you select to give, when you select to give that charity or that Zika you need to look from your wealth, your money, the three Look at that, this,

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these three things number one, he says hello the most pure, the halaal part of your wealth, number two word you are the who means the best in terms of quality, well have bajo la, and the dearest to you. Three things that dearest you. So number one, the most pure, number two, the agenda which means the best quality. And the third one, I have the Holy the most the dearest to you. And Mill Hill as for the purists for the Helen for in Allah to Allah for human life, Allah Allah subhana wa tada is pure and you accept nothing but pure, you know there are some fetters very famous photo which is based on opinion that you are allowed in the in the non Muslim society you are allowed to receive to

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receive the money that is based on River. So if you have a bank account, they suggest that you put your bank your money into a saving account that occurs river so that you could use this river instead of leaving it in their hand. No, take that river out and give it into some sorts of charity. Just give it away. Don't keep it in your hand. And somehow like keep you know, debating with those people. I said yeah, if this is what you're going to be doing for the rest of your life. Tell me What on earth are you going to abstain from river?

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What on earth? Are you going to ever abstain from river if constantly, your bank account keeps accruing river so eventually it's not it doesn't make any sense.

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In addition to that we're not helping solving the problem of Riven the society we're just participating in the problem and given this kind of photos of Panama and also when it comes to a river they they advocate that people should give away this money yes don't give it to the masjid just give it in they said yeah give it to them as a but let them know this is river so they could buy you know toilet papers and and all that stuff and so on. I said Are you kidding me? Yeah And even with that even to that extent that's Halloween giving what we don't want to consume ourselves. We're going to give it to them as under law human liability law. Allah is pure animal tada is good.

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What I will not leave that which is beauty accepts nothing but pure and good panel without the second column Edward as for the best in terms of quality, forgot Carlota Allah wallet a mumble habito motto

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is don't go for that spoiled and you give away from that sort of Baccarat, which is the content of this. I mean, some people they just go, they give the one that is about to expire. So once it's about to expire, maybe already expired, then you give it to charity. Why? Well, we're not going to eat it but those people they might eat because they have nothing else Subhan Allah and that's what Allah says in the ayah what are the moments habito manhatten Fukunaga stone br e lanto middlefield. You yourself have you will be given this, you will not accept without criticizing it or pointing that out that deficiency in it. So, but this has expired. But anyway, I have to say you take it. But

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if you had the choice, you weren't so good look for the good quality, the thing that you yourself would accept when you give to people. And then he said Carla annelle in Santa Clara de la de tommorow de la vida sodre. If you give if you bring your cert to guests, if you bring to your guests a spoiled food, or contaminated or bad meal, for example, Laura Sandra, who your guests might eat the food, but he will hold grudges in his heart means Look at this, how ridiculous status. We came all the way from there. We did not stop to eat, you know, on the road. We didn't we didn't buy it from this restaurant or that place and so on So, and he was insistent on us coming to eat in his

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house. And that's what he's offering. So they might accept and eat but they still have something on their heart against what you've given. That's exactly the same concept. When you give us a can your charity. Don't look for the things that you know that you don't eat. Basically, you don't you don't think it's healthy for you give it to other people. Unless there is some other reason for that. I'm not saying that. Let's say you don't eat that particular food give it away. That's fine. But it's not because it's the D it's the bad right now here. Let's just because this is something I don't eat it so I don't really want to keep it I'll let someone else benefit from that. That's a different

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story. Karla Rahim Allah Allah William by the anila Hanafi Delica online when it comes to the quality look at two things. Number one, how cool is the panel without it without the Mullah? Look at the right of Allah azza wa jal you need to you need to think of how great the right of Allah subhana wa tada when you give us a cup. So when you give it's zeca so when we says that, this is the right of Allah subhana wa Tada. You should you should show respect to the right of Allah azza wa jal, that's number one, and the second parlor. Well, thirdly, how can I see your personal right? Your personal life meaning this is you're going to be giving it to yourself, you're going to be giving it

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to yourself and the Day of Judgment means you're you're sending this to yourself on the Day of Judgment, what do you want to see? When the hand of Allah subhanaw taala when you go on the Day of Judgment, you'll be aware of these two things. Use as helpful This is the right of Allah subhana wa Taala on you and the right of the humans and the right yourself yourself. When you give this you give it in the hands of Allah subhana wa tada Allah xojo will invest that for you until the day of judgment. So look for yourself, what do you want to give to a law surgeon? He's mentioned the third point we'll have boom. So he said First of all, a Helloooo means the most pure second in terms of

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the quality as well to the third, Habu la that most beloved to you, the dearest to you, for God, Allah, Allah Baraka, Allah lantana libera had to Fukushima to heaven. You are not going to be the most righteous you're not going to get righteousness truly, you won't be the most righteous until you spend from that which you love the most.

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Like in the famous sort of dancer or the love that I'm home, by,

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I will call on when you heard this, he said jasola I have the best the most favorite money that I have the dearest is that is what I have is a virus that is like a like a garden that I own. And I would like to give it to the city Sevilla. I'm giving it to you out of sort of law. You give it anywhere you put it anywhere you want. For sola, sola, Sam says, The Simba which means a great deal, great transaction. Then he suggested to me says if you're going to be giving it to somebody, I recommend that you give it

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You divide that amongst your own relatives, give that to your relatives. So that becomes a charity and also becomes connecting with your audience with your relatives. So that so eventually he immediately responded to this idea by given the dearest thing to him about the Allahu Taran Hamada, the author of him, Allah, Allah. He mentioned here, a couple of examples caught our kind of normal rhodiola rhodiola can either set the hook bullish, a Maliki carambola surgeon, he said, if he starts loving something of his wealth, he will send it here give it away in charity. So when you start loving something so much, he sends it away in charity, otherwise his heart's going to always be

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attached to this color. It was narrated a story about him Rahim Allah, Allah I'm known as El jefe Veta, who was Shaq? One day he he came, it's a Jaffa monocot

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Basic what he was there for the long run. He came he came by and he stopped in that in that area. Well, who was shakin, which means he was ill. He was complaining he was he was in pain or the alarm on 34 call in the last day he turned and he says I really I want to eat some fish. He says Do you have any fish? I want to eat something seafood to them. I said I'm in the mood to eat seafood. I want to eat seafood. Felton masala, who fella mujer de la Hooton. They looked around, they start looking everywhere in the market. They found one fish. Just one that's the only thing they could find for him for tomorrow. So his wife took it for so not to throw mokara but really, she fixed that

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fish. She did it very well. She cooked it and she brought it to him rhodiola Anna at that exact same moment to skin a poor guy and a needy person came by asking

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me who was his smell the cooking on it. Eventually that needed he came at that time for tala love Norma couldn't take it. Give it to him. For Carla Hello, his wife she cannot get upset.

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Which is very normal for the wife's power to get upset when they see their husband spend so much in charity right? Because you know what about us but what did you think what did you keep something for your children? And how about we go this and a vacation what we don't go for ombre for this and that and so on. But he said to her she complains Khalid Subhan Allah tada Anita Anna Manasa. Definitely. Listen, you mean, we we look so much we work so much so hard for this for you. And we have enough food to give him? Maybe we can give him something else? Why do we have to give him this. So just eat this and we'll give him something because he's going to be satisfied and shallow data for Colorado

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law on in Abdullah. He

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says because I love it. That's why I want to give it to him.

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Just because this is the most desert desert to me at this moment, the dearest to me, and I want to share it with him. That's fulfilling the ayah somehow this is exactly the fulfilment of diets because I love it. That's why I want to give it to them. And somehow also realize that the last time someone had it and I saw the law that I'm like, no hadoken had the habit it might have been upset that you won't be a true believer. Your Eman will never be perfect. Until you love for your brothers and sisters. What you love for yourself.

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So imagine your wife she works so hard for this food, and then you just grab it and you just give it away in charity. She has a right to get upset right? But then you have a different purpose a different objective over here. And she shall get she shall share their award with you in sha Allah who terracotta work hard for you to know for another story. Or Oh Anissa Ellen work off a developer urban heighten

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a beggar stood in front of the house of revere even height and Mohammed Hussain, another young man who Rahim Allah, He is one of the pious predecessors for carlotto soccer and he was asking for something so he said give him some sweets. Give him some sweets, forgot no to mo hoops and unfold. Now let's give him let's give him bread. It's better for him. So let's keep the sweets and we give him the bread because the sweets of that that time it's it costs a lot of money and it's not easy to keep. So therefore we just can't give him bread. It's better for him. For Carla why her come out mo so Karen says to you I'm telling you give him some sweet for in Nairobi, Nairobi. I have bazooka

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because our speaker what himself I love sweets. Because I love sweets. I want him to try it. I want to share this with him. How many of us when we give our charities in our car, we think of what we love, and we would like to share it with everybody else. It's not that easy. Well, life

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is not that simple. I know it's very hard for people to achieve that and that's why that's why a lot harder says lengthen and older. You won't be the most righteous until you truly spend from that.

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You live which you love the most. It's a very simple statement. You will never be the most right you will never be that righteous until it becomes easy on you to give away for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala that which is the dearest to you, for him Allah Allah Allah de for to satisfy and this is now the last one the sixth the sixth now etiquette for native this account remember those now six of them. So the sixth one for him Allah tala. And yet Luba, Lisa, Ducati, he mentors Kubi him, he says, when you Give it, give your Zakah to a person does cool be as the car would grow as the car will be the most beneficial. That's what it means. Give this a car to the person that who

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will benefit from music at the most. So don't give it to somebody who's gonna waste it on something else. Give it to someone who might benefit them best and the most shallow to about $1 for Tara, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, so Sumitomo metal snuff with ammonia? Yes, there's a cow was mentioned sort of the Toba and there are eight categories for the Zika that were mentioned in sort of the Toba. He says what we what he's mentioning over here, look for the best among these eight means who deserves the best of all these people who fall on these categories. And he mentioned the fact over here, he has a matter of fact, he mentioned six characteristics, qualities for the person to qualify as the

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best person at the best recipient four years ago. What are these qualities? Number one, he said that taqwa folio hosts Episode 13 1313 now used to be Hema Mohammed Allah tala look for the most righteous look for the religious people righteous people. Because when you give them Zakah when you give them your child your money, what do they do with that money? That brings him back to Allah subhanho wa Taala because they want what is so much about you know, having to worry about this and worry about that and start doing this and that they will focus on on the robot and the righteousness in sha Allah huzzah Baraka to Allah block at Cana honorable Abdullah Ebenezer Vale and the son of AB

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the loudness of a lot the Allahu Allahu Allah get a higher bada boom sujood he used to look in Mecca for the bad news, the most righteous wonder and Salah when they're doing their Salah under Korea, Malaysia.

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him the solid if he had done an EVA da him, he comes to them when they're Institute and he leaves he leaves the bag, the bag of money near their feet. He comes from behind them so they don't see who's given. He gives it to them. He puts it closer to their feet. And he goes away feijoada and Daniella him because the sooner we hear what a showrunner the mechanic so that they feel someone is leaving them something without knowing who that person was. And then he leaves it alone. Maya Naka and touristy lava la him. She's What's wrong with you? Why don't you send it to them when they go home. Just send someone from your servants and they will care it for you. They will send it to them for

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Carlota himolla craniotomy Raja had him in another era sudio latini. He says I hate it. When one of them sees that it's my servant. That next day when he needs me, his face will change. He feels embarrassed. Basically, I don't want them to feel embarrassed when they see me in the streets because they know it came from me right when they know that this is a server environment, even Abdullah Zubair next day, when they see you in the marketplace, or the message or the streets, how would they feel in front of you, they feel broken heart because they know that it was coming from and he said I don't want them to know where it came from. So next time when they see me I don't want

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them to feel anything against me. Just to feel happy as they are rhodiola Ananda so this is some one amazing quality that when you give you give the righteous because those people they just they want to keep worshiping Allah subhanho wa Taala. They don't want to feel that anyone has a favor upon them. Other than alized origin. The second quality of these people the second quality, called an L knowledge, look for the most knowledgeable people. So in the fear of Thailand, Ammiano de nada, de la taquito. Alicia, because when you give to the knowledgeable person, to the island to the scholar, you're helping him spreading the word and the knowledge will lie. I've seen a lot of other man you

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give them as much money as you you give them money as much as you want. Most of this money will go out in charity that really matter to Allah, regardless how much money you give them. They will spend it somehow like in no time. And I've experienced that with a lot of aroma such as Scheffler Tamino, him Allah tala every single day after certain answer.

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Rahim Allah, Allah every single day, after certain answer, he will be sitting you know, in the masjid when he finishes his death

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of Rio de Sala hain, people that would come with their things where the demand sometimes in writing, sometimes I speak with him privately, and he will just put his hand in his pocket. Well, I've never seen him look in his hand how much money he picked up from his pocket. I've never seen him looking at this but looking to see how much came out of his hand. Never. He just puts his hand in his pocket, grabs, whatever is in there, and it gives it to this person. Just go.

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That's it. And he will have multiple people come in and he just puts it on his pocket, grab some more and he gives us

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The person go. And even as students, we were there as students, most of the money came from that from, for merchants, for, for wealthy people for to join, they give it to the ship to their ship. Here's some money, you put it wherever you want to put voila, see that one time one of the main merchants of the area, and of course in the cluster ns over the years, sort of hammer low data, and he came in and gave him a great deal he and Marshall, it was fortunate that he gave him a chef, I have this much money, I would like to give it to you please give it put it wherever you think that's best. So when you give to the island, the island would know where to put the money. And it will go

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in short to the most beneficial place and people when the last one.

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The third one, the third quality of the person who should receive the recipients and Yoku and amendment enam I mean Allaha give it to a person who believes this is a blessing from Allah subhanho wa Taala that this is an AMA from Allah azza wa jal what a typical, especially in La Romana de la Himanshu Kriya, Allah dibella Himanshu Keira, give it to someone who is not going to feel broken to you because you're giving it to him. He is know that this is coming from Allah Xhosa and therefore he will accept and the only thing you get from him is saying, hello, Helen, being grateful to you from malaria to Miranda venosa mandelman. Because those will give who have the habit of always

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praising you when you give, if you don't, they're going to speak behind your back.

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If you always give someone every time you give them Mashallah Jazakallah have never seen a martial law given that much Baraka Luffy if one day they came, says, you know, can I borrow this much money? And they say they say no, if you turn if they turn their back, basically they start speaking about them, what's wrong with him? What do you think of themselves, and I'm doing him a favor. I'm asking from him not from somebody else and so on. So give it to the person who would never take it. You know, personal music they think this is from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Call, or raga the fourth one, an akuna sadhana difficulty he was certainly Hagerty. He cut him and the Shaka gave it to someone

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whose need is a secretive need. Meaning this need is not public. He hides his need from the people. And he doesn't complain to anybody. And he's trying to protect his honors himself by not speaking. I'm not complaining about his poverty. Cloud Allahu Allah Subhan Allah heliconia I'm in a tough you saw that those will completely he lists about the condition. They think they're rich, because they never ask you look at them you'll never see that they need because they never actually complained. And they never asked. And number five, the fifth one any akuna da Ella says look for someone who's Mashallah have children? Because when you have children, a lot of needs people they would they would

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actually have a lot of means. Oh, my boss and Mr. Alden are someone who needs the money because they need for for medical bills. Lemar then how then or because they're in debt, give it to them. For her I mean I'm sorry in what the Sato color it Luckily, this is a person who is in a constrained situation is in need in a dire dire necessity. These are the people who should give them so they can get out from that condition and that situation. And finally, for him Allah that He mentioned the sixth now etiquette or the sixth quality of the recipients the best recipients and your koulamallah authority whether we'll or ham, you give it to a car, whatever or ham means your relatives the

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closest to you for ending SATA patala him SATA pattern Mozilla because when you give them your Zika we give them your charity it as it comes like a charity for you. And also Scylla which means you you're maintaining the ties of the kinship between your relatives will coloman Gemma and how they will feel and hold Latino actor Kanata have done Allah Kadima, Gemma. And he says then, finally, you look at these six qualities, the one who has one or one or two or more of these qualities combined, that's the best person to get. So if you have a relative, who is Marshall have a big family. And this the he's a poor, he never complained about his condition, his situation. And he's

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knowledgeable, most Rochester Baraka law. And he's he's the one who always grateful to the gift that is given to them. That's the best. So if you combine these six qualities, you will find someone like a man from heaven, a person from heaven, not from Earth, because it's very hard to find someone who has all these six qualities of Han Allah and he never complains that easy will lie. So therefore, if you can't find someone like this, that is the best. One thing I want to mention before we close on shallow data is when we give to the relatives, when you give to relatives we're talking here about as a car, you cannot give as a car to anybody who is related to you as an ancestor, or as an

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So as a car, you can't give the car to your parents. You cannot give the car to your grandparents. You cannot give the car to your children or grandchildren. Why is that?

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Because it's an obligation upon you to take care of them,

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it's an obligation upon you to take care of them. So you cannot do them that favor of giving them an account. But you can give them a car, you can give them a car, to your collateral relation or relatives such as your brothers, your sisters, your uncle's, your nephews, your nieces, your cousins, these relatives right now you are allowed to give it to them. Your brother in law, your mother in law, your father in law, you are allowed to give them the car because they're not your ancestors. And they're not your offspring. So you can give them as far as for charity, charity, you can give it to anybody wouldn't matter in shallow water Kotara. But still, you should not be giving

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charity to your parents and not an act of charity anyway. When you give your parents it's an obligation really, that you are responsible for your parents, and you're also responsible to maintain the livelihood of your children. Unless of course, if your child's supposed to be of the age where he needs to be independent. But he's too lazy to work. Or maybe he works and he spends beyond his means like many cases I remember actually had a situation where someone had a situation serious they were someone came to me complaining that his one of his children is mature and adult, married as family he works. However, his lifestyle is way above his budget,

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way beyond what he earns really. So he has so many payments for his cars, his wife's car, his the furniture and whatever, actually, they have policies in the house and sofa. So they have a lot of expenses and he cannot cover that. every single month he comes crying to his father, because his father Mashallah blessed him with wealth, he needs more money to cover his expenses. And he was asking me Should I give my son should I give my son I said, well give him once or twice, but you don't teach him that. Don't do that. So illegal in Islamic law, you're not obligated to spend to give him that much money. He needs to live reasonably, if he knows that this is takes so much money

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to pay for these cars, then just downsize. But it's just they lived a specific lifestyle. They cannot imagine themselves. They cannot imagine themselves go to a lower level or a lower standard and lifestyle. So that's something you need to be aware of. So when you give look at the first person who can benefit from musica, and you're sort of caught in Sharla What about a katana? Well, Allahu taala. Any question?

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In terms of what

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this is all obligation, as the car we talked about as a car, the car comes in different categories. There is a cattle man, there is the cattle azura. There is the cattle. Mattia, so you have cattles, for example, you have to pay the car, if you own a specific number of cows, you have to pay the car. And that the car is to pay from the actual from the actual heard Yanni. Same thing with the sheep and so on gold, same thing you need to build if you own specific amount of gold, which is 81 grams of pure gold, you pay 2.5% of that, and so on. So there's a credit obligation part right now. And each category, you have to spend something from that same category.

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I know that it's better to translate that into the dollar amount, and instead of giving a cow given them the value of that cow, keep the cow for yourself and given the money, right. That's what we're saying. But that's exactly what the Imam was against. He says I'm against that a good that's, that's as a matter of fact, it's the most of the alcohol, they follow that opinion that you should not be given the value of that amount of the car. So if you have to give up a cow or a camel, give it out, as I know now, in the American context of it, you might say, you know, Campbell, who is going to be given camels as a car these days, what do we have? We have cows, you I mean, you live in Texas,

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right? So some Muslims, they have they have really they have farms, they have ranches, and they have enough enough cows and bulls and other cattle that that requires for them to pay Zika on an annual basis. So what are they going to do with discount? See the poor people give it to them? They will take care of that? Should they sell it and then give it you know, in given the value because some people they might use a healer hater, like innovation, how is that? You bring the poor people? So here's your cow. And then the poor is gonna tell you what am I gonna do with this car? Oh, how am I gonna take it away anyway? He says, Okay, do you want to sell it?

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It says yeah, if you give me the value, I would be okay with that. So he buys the car from you again, and he gives you the money. So let's say the cow cost for example, let's say 15 $100 I'll give him 15 $100 he wants to be fair market value, don't it's not gonna say I'll give you 1000 and he saves, you know, 500 on his account. No, we're not saying that. He's being fair that otherwise you cannot do that. You should not be doing that.

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You shouldn't take your car back in that way this is kind of an invasion. Well, lohana again, I understand from a technical and illogical perspective, in that case, you have to say yes, you better give them the money because they'll benefit better. And that's in that case, but the full car they say there is a cattle man. There is a car is this specific exclusively to give cash and give money? So there is a capitalist, the cow of the cattles and the cow azrou, which means harvest and so on should be given from the actual the actual end product and produce of the harvest, and Underland, that's why they're called different categories. Otherwise, if you're gonna make the entire the car

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given out given away in cash money, there'll be no difference in calling them different categories or law. Yes.

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You give it to them without telling them this is

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the question if you want to give your relatives you want to give your relatives a cattleman, a cattleman, you want to give it to them. But at the same time, you don't want that you don't want them to feel bad that they're giving they're taking the cat from you, you know that legally they are qualified to receive there's a cost limit and legally they are there for their need. And they qualify for being a legal recipient for this account. Can I just give it to them without saying it's Becca? The answer is yes. You don't have to tell them. This is my Zika. Here you go. Don't say that. You don't have to say that. But if you say it's fine, definitely, it's better that you don't so that

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you don't hurt their feelings, Milan, yes.

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Over and over again over and over again.

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Can we give the car to the same person every single year. That said, there's a family that always expect us to give the car every single year and perhaps they might be living off the circuit for the entire year. Let's say some people might show that there's a cat in this country, for example, someone's account might be $5,000 $5,000. In some poor countries in Asia or in Africa, it might be the income for the entire year. Right? So can we give that same as a calf that might occur for the same family every single year? If every single year they are considered legal recipients? Yes, there is nothing wrong with that. Law. Yes.

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what do you mean you bought for investment?

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So why are you keeping until you're gonna keep it empty until the value goes up? Okay, if you buy any property for investment, and you just holding it until the price goes up, and so on, and it stays in your hand for a couple of years, three years, whether it's a land or a house, you pay the car every single year, because now this this actually house or this property counts as

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a commodity. So in this case, you have to count this as a commodity you just value the market value and the physical based on that. But if you're using it, no, you don't have to pick on it. And if you're renting it you don't play soccer on the property itself, but it does occur is gonna come out from the rent that you receive. Eventually now Milan, yes.

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To our children brother. sada Canada. Yeah, the sister is asking basically if Okay, can I give sadaqa to my children and to my

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to my brothers, you can give it to your brothers, but your children again it depends. It depends if the child is is mature as a child as an adult right now you don't have to pay them anything but given them you're helping them out with money it's it's an act of charity should be fine in Charlottetown voila, any last question? Yes.

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You can pay money for it because golden money in this case is like the same category so you can pay money if it's if it's gold that you were supposed to give the car for you can give the value jalota money online

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last question from the sisters in shop Yes.

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How's that?

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Can we give this a car let's say if I have some a car now I know that the people in my area and Mashallah they're all being satisfied and they've been taken care of. Can I use my money? Does it cost money and buy some animal let's say food and then just give it to the animals? The answer is no. Because you'll always find people who are in need

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You always find people who are in need. So if you don't have it, if there is no need in your locality, you move on to the next locality. And if the whole country handler has been taken care of Mr. You move out of that bounded somewhere else, but you always find people who are in need for the Zika will load. So these are the secrets of Zika. When we come back next week and shout out about a koala, just like we spoke about the etiquette of giving. We're going to, we're going to talk about the etiquette of receiving. Now if you are the one malas palpitate you'll be in a position to receive what should be the etiquette of receiving someone's charity or Zika. We'll talk about this

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next week in shallow data. JACK ma salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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