Zakir Naik – Names of Optional Night Salaah

Zakir Naik
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the meaning of the term"ammo" and its use in sharia culture. They also mention the use of "vanilla" and "vanilla" in sharia culture, as well as the use of "vanilla" in sharia culture for temporary temporary temporary reasons. The speaker also mentions the use of "vanilla" in sharia culture for temporary temporary reasons.
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And the first question I have for you is, as we've often been doing, first question, what is the meaning of the term? Hiyama Lail. And can you give us the differentiation between that term and tarawih which is often miss construed? Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala fully Laval? alibris IBH main, Amma bad I also bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman Rahim, rubbishy Saturday, westerly Emery, one of the Himalayas and EF coli.

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As far as the word camel is concerned, it is broken up into two words Cam. Cam, means to stand.

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And allel means the night. So literally it means standing in the night. But in the Sharia.

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There's some context it means it is a voluntary prayer, which is prayed after Isha and before the break of dawn,

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and we are aware that SHA starts after the redness of the sky disappears after sunset. And you can pray the scam will lead just before the break of dawn before the time of fudging

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scam. The word camel Lal was given because a person in this voluntary prayer he recites long verses of the Quran. So the standing is long. Therefore it is called as standing in the night, a prayer where you have to stand for a long time. And there are various different words which are used for the same camel, for example. It's also called as salatu Lal meaning the prayer at night. It's also called as tahajjud it's also called a Vitor also as taraweeh. Salah to Lal as I mentioned means prayer at night similar to standing in the night, but nothing for praying.

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The other words is Tajan coming from North Georgia, which means to wake up. So when a person sleeps and wakes up to pray it's called a statute also.

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The other module is with our with our meaning odd and a prophet always say that we have to after Isha Salah you should offer water in order to cut and the other name used is Travi. Travi comes from the Arabic word Ra,

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which means to rest, which means to relax. Because after a few generations after the Prophet people when they used to read the camel in Ramadan, especially this word tarawih is mainly used for gamma Lal in Ramadan. So when they used to pray the camel in Ramadan, after 45 days to rest, so this word Ravi, from that time onwards, it got stuck to this camel level in Ramadan. It's called taraweeh, normally after photocard, distressed and this has continued because it's to pray for long hours. And even now, though they pray for short time, a few verses yet in the camel during Ramadan, they stop. So the word Julieta Ravi, but at the time of the Prophet this vata Ravi was never used. Even while

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praying during Ramadan. This word was never used. Even the Habana will use this word it came down later on.

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So the more appropriate word is Campbell Lal.

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tarawih is not the right appropriate word, but it came later on. But if a person when he reads for long time, gambling, I'm done. If he wants to rush he can rest but it's not forbidden to rest. The person is tired and he wants to he can better compensate he has to rest. So the more appropriate word is gamble. And it's not around

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