Abdulbary Yahya – Prohibition of Blood of a Muslim – Al-Nawawi’s Forty Hadith 14,40

Abdulbary Yahya
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including the importance of individuals being allowed to kill and the need for a process to judge actions. There is also discussion of deductions related to sexual crimes and the potential consequences of killing someone who has a romantic relationship. The importance of protecting life and avoiding harm is emphasized, as it relates to the negative impact of drugs and gambling on society. privacy is also emphasized as a way to avoid harm and protect family members. The segment concludes with a reminder to take advantage of opportunities to improve schools and society.
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killing of a person or another person meaning if someone murders another person, then they can be killed as a result of that.

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The capital punishment without equity DVD, Article Five, the GEMA one who abandons the one who abandons the field, that leaves the GMR the hadith is around.

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So when I did

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break down the Hadith and Salva will mention some of the benefits from it and some of the rulings that are connected to it.

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Lay a halo demonstrate and Muslim ahead means it is not whether

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there isn't a hierarchy

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and when we say something is halal, when something is haram, in the Arabic language, that which is haram is considered sacred. that which is sacred to me that which is protected well that which has sanctity, in the sight of Allah subhanaw taala in the deed of Allah SubhanAllah.

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And that's why the prophets of Allah Allah,

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indeed, your blood, your wealth, Your Honor, all of that is haram upon me. That means what does it mean? What is haram? Haram? Of course everyone else but what does it mean when, when, when you say I messages, and haram

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and masjid, and heart Byculla, there's a new called call it the karma, because that area at the mercy of the Chatbot invested and how what does that mean?

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It means it's sacred, it's sacred, that

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it should be protected and sanctified

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in the deen of Allah subhanaw taala. So, we say lay a Hindu, Devil marry a muslim, it is not halal to shed blood. The terminology here is us You can't kill another Muslim,

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the killing of another Muslim is not permissible, the life of another Muslim is safely that does not harm the other Muslim.

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The other Muslim except for Muslim even though you say and Muslim

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person here, the master the noun is actually master know who a man a person which is procured This is a mass platform otherwise,

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is the opposite of not right. And as Muslim, the opposite with the female, the female version or the

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the, you know, the masculine and the feminine of it is mostly men. So even though it says Muslim male, it encompasses also, woman also, it encompasses so by default, the rulings of Islam encompass men and women. Unless there are specific cases that we have evidences and proof for that it is only for a woman or only for a man in certain issues. Otherwise, when the hip hop when the phrase the masculine is used, it encompasses male and female and this is in the Quran and the Sunnah and the majority of the time, that which is addressed, the gender that is addressed, is a male but also encompasses female also, by default, unless we have specific proof. So you must live

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what is mostly the person who's in the state who has entered the religion or the

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died and is part of the Muslim ummah Muslim community

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in the

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except for one of the greetings Illa except for air gap, except for one of these three things. If someone any Muslim falls into one of these categories, then you're allowed to kill that person, which means it's not allowed for anyone to kill the person. It's not allowed for someone to go into this. We are talking about there's no slamming government. Muslim states, like any country and almost any non Muslim country, any laws. You don't take the law into your own hands. If you see somebody killing someone, right

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You're chasing after the other person and you're trying to get revenge

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you're not got you are also going to you, when you kill somebody, and you are you don't have the authority to do so, then you're not, of course, you're going to get in trouble also, you're going to go to prison also. So in Islamic country, being a Muslim country that's governed by the Sharia, Allah Subhana Allah

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not anyone goes around you somebody commits in a corner and filled up No, there are specific rules, even if someone steals, you know, there are rules related to it, there are conditions, even when it comes to Zina and other things, of course, you have to go through a process and there must be a process you have to judge when you have us at once once the rule is

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determined that the person is guilty or the person is deserving of such and such things, then of course, the rule is applied, but not on an individual basis. Right. And so here we say this is not for individual, individual person to apply, just like any rules, if somebody breaks a rule in any country, it is up to you to try to try to apply or execute, you're now trying to apply the law and then via judge and also make make judgments and also at the same time, try to take the law into your own hands. So a lot of time on bad events of the province or one set at the evil as what is a theme, a theme as evil have a Zan is one who has

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who has married who has the Larry with a an appt sahayak which means this is a legitimate marriage, somebody who's already been married with the proper conditions. So he we know that he has a wife or she is already married, she has a husband already. So they xiety is one. And what's the determining factor here

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a theme as Ernie

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the rule applies after that person has marital relations. So let's say somebody has

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been married, but they never, they did not come into contact with their spouse. So that that person is still considered

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a victim is not a not a thing that they have is one who has sexual *, legitimate sexual * with their spouse was the husband of the wife, the wife of the husband. And after that, then that person is considered for you. That means Allah Subhana Allah has blessed that person with the blessing of marriage. This is a he's given him a holiday already. given them Holloway, the N, he

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ends up seeking a haram way. And that person, that internet person is if they are found to be guilty. Or if they admit, then of course, then they're the blood of that person is no longer sacred. That means you're allowed to kill that trust mean that you like any one person. But once they go through the proper proceedings in the Muslim court, then after that, that person can that person can be can be killed, in which method they saw that was mentioned when we get to a child. So the first is a thief, ZAN. And as the year

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is the opposite of what

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the implied understanding is that if someone is not a thief,

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that mean someone who hasn't been married yet. And so in English, of course, we call that

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adultery one was already married, and one who hasn't married yet. This is a different type of Xena, which is called fornication. So those who have not been married, if they commit Zina, then the ruling does not reached the level where you killed that person. Right where you killed that person. But sometimes in a Muslim court or Muslim government, if there's

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certain actions that

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like, let's say, the Khalifa, deems appropriate, he can actually Elevate, elevate it, if you see that it's going to release the certain cases that are causing the major problems in the Muslim community, and it might, let's say lead to maybe there's cases of * and so forth. And they need to that and that's of course, the ruling can be a little bit different in those those circumstances. So, that they have is, is a bigger and bigger as one who has not had marital relations. Yet why do we say marital relations, because of a person commits Zina already and then he commits Zina, again, that does not make that person a thing, that they're not theory. A theory is one who can who has

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slept with their stone in a halal manner.

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So if they commit Zina, outside of marriage, that meaning when they say outside of marriage, they haven't been married yet. Then we call them a victim and victim and so that's why the implied understanding that it is not, it's not permissible

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to kill a person who hasn't been married yet. They commit Zina. It's a major sin. And of course, there are different rulings connected to that, but you don't kill that person. And so

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and the second one, so that's the first person one would, one who has committed adultery, adultery, and the second is enough, so the knifes and knifes of enough's is, of course, this is capital punishment for someone who was killed another person capital punishment. So if someone kills another person, then they do it. Of course, if they do it, intention of

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it, they do it intentionally. And of course, if if it's accidental, then there are different rules related to that. But if it's intentional, then of course, we have, you know, well, we'll go into some of the details as they are on

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the So that's if someone kills another person, then they can also be killed inside the country

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when I will find it without adequate DVD is nonetheless apostate a triadic one who abandons his religion and he is apostate apostate. One more final question Gemma and of course, and also the end the person who has of course, also abandoned the GMAT, this is a this is a continuation of that,

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of that, of that meeting of the dean and leaving a loss of the Muslims.

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So remember, he said three things. So this is the third one and both of them are considered one, one insane. So,

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what I what is what are some of the benefits of this before

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limit money into detail. When we say for example, someone who has this is used also as a, you know, they say, Oh, the person needs Islam, that person is going to be killed. Like, right, like, people, you know, go after that person. Everyone's trying to kill that person. No, there has to be

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a process which means what which means that you ask them once that person is, you know, confirmed that let's say they have been they left this lab, then of course, they're asked to repent and they don't repent, they refuse to do so. Of course, that's that's a different matter. Now, you take the proceedings into you know, in in, you go forward with whatever it is that's mentioned, in the Sharia, and you apply the Sharia

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so what are some of the benefits from this event that the first value

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is that in? Is the blood in his life of a Muslim is very sacred.

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Life of a Muslim? It's sacred.

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Life of a Muslim is more sacred than the

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title blocks of

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life. It's the preservation of life

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is sacred in Islam. It's one of the core principles

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of mocassin.

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This Deen which we have no concept of this deen the core principles of this deen is preservation of life. One of the preservation of life, preservation of wealth because these are all things that are considered sacred. So the first thing they have to do

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Learn in demo day in Muslim. This is by GMAC consensus of the scholars and of course this we have made the ID from the province of alive so, of course we have many verses in the Quran. Also as a lot of handle up arrow says on a napkin one what we then want to Amida whosoever kills a believer intentionally for just Google Johanna Mohali that

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his Fidessa

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has punishment for that. The consequences of that he will have Johanna Holiday visa, he will abide to him forever, will only be a lover.

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So not only will be Johanna. And the anger of Allah subhanaw taala will be upon him what or not I know who I've dealt with

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and the loss of highlight, I will curse him and prepare for him

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a grievious and

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punishment on the day of judgment. And you might say, Well, does that mean that killing another person,

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a person will end up in the Hellfire forever? No, it's

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when you when a loss of power as a loss of Hamlet as pledges I would highly doubt it via some there are some deeds, there are some deeds that a person does that these are like very, very dangerous deeds that may lead anyone who takes the step and goes towards this direction. It will lead them to abandoning the dean.

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And they're abandoning of the dean is because of them to, to, to be in hellfire forever. Because if someone does not respect the life of a Muslim, going around killing another Muslim, you know, as Muslims, you love someone for the sake of Allah for their faith for their EMA. And if you have no respect for life, no respect for life, and then one of the most one of the major sins, and you still go forward with it. And you're putting yourself in danger of leaving the Drina.

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So if you're helping non Muslims against Muslim is, is an act that is considered proof of protection outside of the state of Islam. This is one of the major sins in fact, it is one of the it is the first the first sin

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that Allah Subhana Allah will hold accountable on the Day of Judgment. The first thing that Allah will ask about Islam.

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There are two things right between if it's between you and Allah The first thing on the premise, but the first thing that's between us, between human and humans, like sometimes we will also have our impact back somebody, but the first people who will be judged, and will be accountable for on the day of judgment between humans, the first sent between the creation of Allah that will be that will be judged, will be murdered, killed. And that's the

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this is considered a major sin. For does it take a person outside of the state of Islam? No, it doesn't. Because when someone if someone is sincere,

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there is no sin. That cannot be forgiven, except for ship except for a person who dies in the same ship.

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Except for the person who dies in a state of ship. Which means even if someone kills someone, and then they repent, does that mean you stop killing them? You stop applying the rule upon them. No, they can capture them in a day. And you know, if they've murdered somebody, they can repent, and Allah subhanaw taala will forgive them,

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forgive them and a person who repents lots of how forgive them if but, of course, that sin is between them. And Allah Subhana Allah, but if the sin is between them and another person, and that light stays upon that person, so which means what which means that on the Day of Judgment, if you if someone has killed somebody, and they of course, they wronged them.

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If they were still alive, they will forgive them right? They could forgive let's say you do something against someone, you harm someone, maybe they can forgive you. Maybe they will forgive. Okay, they forgive they forgiveness. It's It's overwhelming. Inshallah Allah subhanho wa Taala forgive

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But if that that same itself is a feeling of another person,

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like how are they going to forgive you,

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as soon as you kill them unable to forgive you anymore. And after they entered the buzzer, and the day of judgment and so forth, there's no forgiveness.

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The only thing that will be given on the day of attachment, when you wronged someone else, and news, and it's still there will be your deeds, you pay back with what you pay back with your deeds. And so the first, the first,

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the first thing that will be that person will be held accountable are a demark, which is killing and murder. And so if we say that it isn't, the prophet Salam said, lay down only in Muslim, that means it's we're talking about Muslims, how about non Muslims?

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The blood of non Muslims is not the same same level, in terms of sanctity and sacred.

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And unless they fall into certain categories. Number one, there are three, three categories. Number one is MRI. And Whitehead is someone who, if there is a treaty between you and the other person, 3d between, let's look like during the time of the Prophet saw the love and

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the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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The messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had a treaty and agreement

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between the Muslims and the veterans. And anyone who was with the muskets allied with the Americans. They had the they their lives are to be protected. Like you don't kill them. You don't, let's say because before that in times of war, and so forth, so the the agreement was that there was going to be 10 years of armistice. I mean, it's 10 years of no war, no idea.

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10 years of no one, this is a peace treaty. So if a Muslim country has an agreement or three with another country, and they've agreed to live in peace, and they agree that they will be allies with each other, will do business with each other. And so for all of these ingredients, then it is not permissible for anyone from that mode from them, anyone to kill anyone from that country, their blood is also sacred. Why? Because it was agreed upon that the Muslims, we're not going to fight.

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They had a peace treaty, which, so those whom we have peace treaties with. The second is Mr. Chapman was the last one is one who comes to us, meaning to a Muslim country, even if they're at war with Muslims.

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And even if they're at war with the Muslims, let's say even if that was a Muslim country, but they're coming from that country, but they have sought, they have they're coming, not for war, and that for most statement, there is a car, let's say they come to your country. And they came, they come when in an improper way. And you give them like, like our time, what would you call that? Somebody will interest and they actually know they are they come in, and they have a visa.

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Even when we have a visa or when they go through the borders, we've allowed them to come

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in or like every country, but this is like the business of Islamic law. Also, when somebody comes to your country, and they've sought permission to come, whether it's for tourism, buying or selling, or business, or whatever it is that they have the visa because you have what kind of you have different types of visas. Right, if they've acquired and then they've been promised, they're allowed to come in, then it is not permissible to harm that person.

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It is not permissible to harm that person, even if they're coming from a country that is at war with the Muslims.

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Why because we gave them our word, you can come and do we allow them to come then they are considered Mustang. And so this is these are the people that sometimes they just come in for business or for work, or they come in for work, you know, people come in to different countries, they travel for work. So if they're allowed to do so, then of course, that it's not imminent. They are from countries that are at war with the Muslims. If they have acquired such

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Worship, or these are ways in which we know that we've allowed him to do something. It's not permissible for any Muslim to harm anyone to harm. And so another one, another person, remember, we're talking about non Muslims is a Muslim is a non Muslim, let's call

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them me as well. And then me is a non Muslim that lives in the Muslim country.

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They their blood is protected, and you protect them if they pay, but just because Muslims will pay what

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we give the cat. So we do we give, most of them don't give us a car, they pay what's called the tissue. And when they pay that Jizya, then they are free to live in, in the Muslim countries. And their lives are also protected.

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So they're, even though they're not Muslims, their lives are protected. And so this, this is a, you know, the Messenger of a loss of awareness and mentioning these, these things.

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You don't want these three things, of course. And then he says Muslim, of course, we get from other heavy

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to know that there are also other Muslim non Muslims, whose lives are also protected. So like in the world right now, most countries, most countries are at peace with each other. They have what they had an agreement, if they didn't have an agreement

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to allow, if there wasn't no peace treaty or agreement, then you will not be able to travel to anybody.

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Like, for example, if someone if someone wanted to go to some countries like maybe America wanted to go to Cuba, and American wanted to go to Cuba, he could probably go to Cuba. But what are you allowed to do business with them?

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No, you can't do business with them. That's my one that one thing that you one thing, if you go to Canada, there's there are there's one type of commercial that you see in Canada all the time that you don't see in the United States.

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And we tap on the news or something like that. You say, Oh, I've never seen this commercial before. You know, what commercial is

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Cuba, torn, they're like commercials telling you to go to Cuba. Go to Cuba for vacation. You will never see that in America. Why? Because we're not allowed to do business with people from Cuba. And so there are some countries in which it's very, very difficult to enter. Like, Russia, for example, even before what happened before. Before this, it was extremely difficult to get a Russian Russian visa.

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Like some of the brothers who wanted to go to the Russia, you know, they have they found one opportunity to go because they've all they want to travel and they couldn't, you know, an opportunity was when Russia held the World Cup.

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And they only had a ticket to go ahead and get a visa. Otherwise, you won't be able to get a visa, they want you to give an American dental customer even before before they would happen with the Ukraine or Ukraine. Like they will they won't allow. They won't allow, except for specific cases. You don't just go right to Russia for tours. And they'll get you and they do it's like a long process by a long process. So anyways, what I'm trying to say is that most countries in the world right now, what they allow someone to go into another country, that's an agreement. And anytime you have those types of agreements, Muslims and non Muslim non Muslims enter your country in under those

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conditions that you've agreed to let them in, their lives are protected.

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Their lives are protected, so you don't go around killing tourists. If the Muslims allow them to come, you don't take a vigilante stance where you kill non Muslims. Now, because they're larger also, they're also protected. If there's when there's an agreement, even if the Hadith mentioned specifically Muslims, there are also others that other conditions and other circumstances that we've mentioned right here. So here, first of all, the messenger of allah sallallahu when he speaks

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123 11

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Except for one of the three. This method is a very, very beautiful method that helps a person to pay attention and its organization in speech, and they will do

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tell you if you want to be more effective, when you're teaching when you give them a hook, say, Okay, I'm gonna give you 1010 steps to go to 10 on the Hadith of the Prophet, even though there's one of the 10, but I'm gonna give it by just mentioning these numbers,

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and organizing your thoughts in a way like, and the way that you that you have points and you number them, it actually helps the listener to remember why how does it help the listener to remember, because we just start mentioning points without saying number one, number two, number three. When the person goes back, let's say you let's say you go back home, and your wife may not. Or she wasn't at the masjid to listen to the equipment. Right? And so, so you go back home and you say, Okay, you are says, What are the contents speak about today? What did the Imam speak about? Or he spoke about 10 ways to interject

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a 10 ways to intelligence. Okay, can you tell me which one of those ways to enter dinner? Right? Because he mentioned 10 ways. Now you're going to mention 10 things.

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If I if they didn't mention 10 ways to enter agenda, then you would just mention a few things that you remember. And it could be maybe two or three, only

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two or three. But when he says 10 things, you have to maintain 10 things now. It helps you to retain and then when you Okay, is that all? Yeah, okay, the web, I only only mentioned eight. There's two more. Okay, let me thing. Okay, yeah, there's the other two is this, this is this, right? So it helps you a lot. So by mentioning these things like this, the method that the Prophet sometimes use use, it's extremely, extremely helpful. So if you're trying to teach, or even if you're giving a lecture, it's always good to be organized in such a manner that people can retain. Or you can retain better and if they forget something, then they think about it, or you only mentioned eight, okay,

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there's two more than when you think about one of those other two. Okay, I remember that. Now, I bet now you.

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So try to organize the process of our lives when you said, except for one of the three things, it helps you to remember, I remember right away, how to remember when you're right away, even though there are other circumstances, but these are the major ones. Right. And when you mentioned how many when you mentioned 10, that's a lot.

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There's a lot to have, you mentioned three. And then that next time you mentioned three other things. That's why three is very, very, very, very important. Every kind of purpose of our lives and making something you mentioned three, even though there's more, one of the best deeds

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right on time, and literally being kind to

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your parents then that you have,

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and then another hottie. So there's three there. Another reason you mentioned three also, when he's asked mentioned another 313 Emanuela,

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we believe in Allah subhanaw taala and being kajioka and the en el Hajj and Hachimangu we mentioned this.

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So breaking things down, and numbering them, or making these points helps us to retain that helps us to retain better. So anytime you're trying to do something, try to organize your thoughts in such a way and you'll be able to be inshallah more successful. And this, this is what the prophets of Allah is so good here. And so try to extract and that's, that's one thing that we can extract from, from, from what the messenger of allah sallallahu did to help us to memorize to remember things also. So even if we're trying to remember something, try to think about those things in terms of numbers or how many that way when you forget something, you know that you forgot something? Because if you

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don't, then you don't leave even if you forget, you don't know that you forgave you forgot. So, another thing is

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that the other benefit is at step tables.

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A person who commits Zina was has already been married that person is to be killed, how should they be killed? They are to be stone, they are to be stone, how

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you should so stone the put that person is to be stoned in front of people and the gathering. And

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people witnessed it and they themselves also participate in it and you choose

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is not nothing big or small, whatever is available, you store them and they are killed in such a way. And somebody might say, well, that's really, really like, aren't we order to

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as the messenger of Allah sort of lives and either vaccine will Good luck. And you don't want to kill them find the best method to do. So when you're slaughtering an animal, I find the best accent, it's the best way. But we have to understand that the best way is the way that Allah Subhana Allah has legislated.

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The best way is the way that Allah has led. What's the wisdom behind whether we know the wisdom behind it or not? But the best way is not up to me and you to determine what's best.

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What's best, because everyone thinks this is the appropriate analogy when somebody or somebody says it's not appropriate. In some countries, it's a firing squad. I said that's not appropriate. That's really

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cruel, right? And another country injection. That's cruel, also, you're injecting that, and then the guy goes, who knows what kind of pain is going to you, you, you, you, you think that he just isn't going through any pain? How do you know? How do you know? You want to try it first?

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And some people might say hanging, right? I mean, right? Well, that's, that's not cool. Another person might, you know, might find different ways, and different ways in terms of to apply capital punishment. But

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in the Sharia of Allah Subhan Allah,

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Allah created us knows what's best for us. And then you might say that this is cruel. But it is, it is the best because Allah Subhan Allah has always an honor to don't do to do so in front of other people. And also it is what because there are so many things. Let me tell you something.

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When humans try to make their own laws,

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they can't factor in all the variables.

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When they try to do something, it might make it worse. When you try to save a life, you end up killing more people, when you try to help people who end up harming others. And you don't know all of these factors. So when for example, like in in,

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in Washington State.

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Washington state passes a law that marijuana is legal. And somebody might say, okay, we can solve the drug problem here by making it by legalizing marijuana.

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We can solve the drug problem by legalizing marijuana now we're going to put up you know, those, you know, the people who are selling marijuana, they're gonna go out of business. Right, that's it. Well, now it's legal now with also because hey, we say it's not dangerous. And so from now, you will have these gangs, you know, like, territorial stuff and fighting for the drug, drug territories and things like that. Right. So people are thinking, okay, yeah, that makes sense. That makes sense. We'll solve that problem. It's not a big deal. Marijuana isn't like you know, it's it's not as bad as a you know, other brokers legalize it.

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So when you enter when they ended up legalizing it, what ended up happening? What ends up happening

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in Washington state, as soon as marijuana is legalized?

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The drug dealers could not sell marijuana.

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cannot sell marijuana. You're trying to put them out of business? Yes.

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But now they have to find something even more dangerous.

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They can't sell this. You say look, it's safe. Let's let's get rid of these drugs. Now the drug dealers can sell marijuana. So what do they end up selling?

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Fentanyl and fentanyl is worse.

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tighteners worse.

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It's more harmful.

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And you're trying to solve the drug problem because of your

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limited, limited intelligence. You don't know all the variables, you cause a greater problem to the point where now

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you have such a large percentage of people who are not addicted to marijuana.

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They're addicted to something even greater because the drug dealers are pushing something else because they can't sell now.

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So they're selling fentanyl and as a result

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Whether you have more homeless people,

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you're destroying more lives.

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And as a result of that, there are more robberies. And as a result, more robberies, more people are killing each other.

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So when you make laws and rules, based on your limited reasoning and intelligence, and you think you know this, know that you don't all know all the variable variables. You don't know all the things that happen when you make certain rules. You don't know the consequences of it. And that's why Allah subhanaw taala when he makes rules, his his wisdom in his infinite wisdom, and His infinite justice, that it's always perfect.

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It's always perfect, you think it's barbaric? Allah Subhana Allah says, Welcome Philippi Sachs hired

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in the application of the death penalty in the way that ALLAH SubhanA, Allah puts it for people who are stealing, or even people commit adultery.

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That rule itself saves lives. All the rules that apply and saves lives.

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save lives, when you apply is five, it saves lives.

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And it prevents people from stealing prevents people from harming others. And so you end up in the end, you have

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peace, and you have also security. People feel that peace and if you're safe. And thus, when a loss of time if Allah says this is how you should do it. You are also preserved with the family.

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You're preserving the family when you could get a man Okay, your memory, you have a responsibility now, what's the difference between a married person committing Zina and I

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know you're very this now you you have a family, you have a wife, and you have children.

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You have wives, we have children. And if you can commit Zina is going to break up the family. And when you break up the family, how are these children going to end up growing up?

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They're gonna grow up without a father.

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And then more problems in society.

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And so that's why and then sometimes the rule is there, the rule is there. And you might think that, you know, what, if you apply the rule correctly,

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if you applied the rule correctly,

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in the rule is there,

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but no one really is killed.

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defeat that serves its purpose. Because like, for example, in order for a person or thing you as that

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one was been married,

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in order for that person to be stone, what are the conditions? What do you have to have?

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Can somebody say, Oh, you can

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do stone, you

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know, how many do you need? You need for witnesses? And are people going to go around telling witness one witness now why? Because if they if you have three people only in the fourth person, then they show up?

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All three is yet looked

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right in front of people. Right? You have to have poor people and wondering what kind of poor poor people who actually saw the act.

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And I'm not talking about you're seeing them kissing and hugging now. Did you see the actual act?

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Like the tip disappearing? Did you see it?

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Not in a video or you know, somewhere? No, no, because you can talk through those things. Right? What's your very own eyes and for people and plus plus and you see something like, come on, I gotta gotta gotta pray for guys to come.

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You're gonna get poor people gonna come.

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Okay, somebody sees somebody comes home, right? Nobody comes home and sees his wife. I gotta go for my friend.

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You're not waiting for your friends to come.

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Yeah, you're not gonna get fired. And that's a shift on this line of duty. If you said

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from the beginning,

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during the time from the time of the Prophet sallallahu until he

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This time, there has never been a reported case of four witnesses coming forward and someone being killed as 000. None

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of those things that we've never have reported. Nobody, not even one case when someone have a stone as a result of pork pork coming forward, like it's almost impossible. But it's there.

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The rule, the fact that it's there at all, I'm serious, I'm gonna get killed, I can play around this, they're gonna get away with this, I'm married.

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We're not listening that well, that's not where we're going. Not losing my life over.

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by the fact that is there, it's a deterrent. Even the zero, no one was killed as a result

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of someone coming forward. The only people who were

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only returned on these rules were applied is that person, that person himself comes forward and admits

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and there is and they sometimes they want it. They want Allah Subhana Allah to forgive them, they repent that you know what, the only way and the prophets of Allah. Like my he sends him back.

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He said that he came again. You said no, go go back this, are you. There's something wrong with you mentally? So no, as far as I'm sensing, go ask his family, is there something wrong with him mentally, just no, he still continues to come back. And that's the only time the prophets of Allah names and for the case of marriage, of course, there's the case of a woman who came forward also in the process of our lives and also sent her back also, when she wanted, she wanted to purify herself.

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From from from that, but in terms of the deterrent is there.

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it's to protect the family

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is to protect the family. And even when someone is stealing, like if someone is stealing? There's there are conditions. Like if someone were to steal a car, for example, would you cut someone's hand for stealing a car?

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Can Can someone in Islamic country have someone stole a car in the parking? Lot?

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Would they be like, you know, like, would they be able to have it doesn't matter how expensive that car is? Do you know why their hands would they have will not be killed to live with Monica.

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Because it's not stowed away, away from the eyesight of people comfort.

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There's nothing new, actually, the car is there, it's like out in the open.

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Some do anything, it has to be inhibited in a proper light. So you have somebody who have a very expensive form. It's just outside somebody steals.

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Because you left it outside or you left it in eyesight. If you put it in, you locked it up, and they broke into your house. And that's a different matter. Now,

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these are the condition and it has to be certain.

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You know, like some sometimes, you know, some of the Muslim Muslims, when they make when they when they show some of these cartoons, a guy steals a piece of bread. And there's people chasing him with with a big sword and the colors filling up piece of bread. Nobody's gonna cut a person's hand because they stole a piece of bread.

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They still have because their conditions, their conditions. And even when it comes to Xena, and so forth. In Islam, the rule of Allah Subhana Allah

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is perfect,

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is perfect.

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When man makes laws, these laws are always influenced by people of influence and people of love.

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And so it ends up being oppressive.

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So like, for example, the laws in the United States of America,

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like who has the greatest influence,

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those who are have the greatest influence, they're the ones who are influenced.

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And the lobbyists and so there might be some food items

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that are very bit that's very dangerous for people. But that person is selling it. And that's how he makes a living.

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So now he's going to anyone who says anything bad about it makes a law against it. They're going to spend all that they can to try to make sure that this law is not passed. So the people don't benefit. It's not for the benefit of the people. It's the benefit of the wealthy. Like for example, I'll get to

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Swanson easy once

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you know, the internet,

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the internet,

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there was a time when Seattle wanted to give free internet for everybody.

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Like just regular utility.

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The city invests some near very little amount of money compared to other things. Because it's wireless. And okay, the city pays for all of that. And then, you know, everybody gets treated.

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You want your own is fine. You know what privacy means? Whatever it is, but you know, what, everyone, and they used to have a right, for those who have a new hobby. I don't know, if you guys went out of something. Sometimes you go buy a new hobby or see like, I mean, it wasn't very fast. Let me say the right. Yeah, anytime you're there, they used to have. Okay, but what ended up happening? They started putting up these routers in certain parts of the city for businesses to use free. You don't have to pay for free internet. That's the future. Everyone should have. But who's going out of business?

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The Comcast, they're going to go out of business. What do they do?

00:51:16 --> 00:51:18

They start going to city council.

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influencing them any anyone who supports them. They pay they give them they support the campaign. But so that Okay, once you go on city council, I want you to get rid of this, like you have posted we've already put this on mobiles.

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Oh, how about the poor people we're trying to help them, we'll give them a discounted rate.

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Give them a discounted rate. But that this kind of nobody knows why.

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Very few people know about it. And even a discounted rate, it's still money that's going into their, into their pockets.

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Right? Unless they give you an amount of internet but so slow that you have to get the more expensive, right, you have

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to have a difference.

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So when when laws are need, even the most simple things, it's not for the benefit of the people. It's the benefit of those who are influential.

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And so that's why when the law of Allah subhanaw taala is not apply correctly.

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And Allah Subhana Allah destroy that nation.

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That's what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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He said, You know, when the

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when the window when they came to Saba,

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they came to Assam and they asked him because they knew that the province of love

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to talk to ask him to intercede on behalf of a woman who used to steal from people.

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And she was one of the knows. And there's some people who yes, they have money. But it's just they love to steal, disease. And she used to take jewelry from

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jewelry from other people. And so

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she took when, you know when, when when they caught her she admitted.

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They tried to intercede on her behalf

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in the process of a longer

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post, are you trying to intercede

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on behalf of sunlight.

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In one of the dual of ALLAH SubhanA rulings of Allah, Allah had

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the people before you, the people before were destroyed.

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Because whenever a rich person

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did something wrong, they will not apply the Gulag when a poor person did so they would apply the rule that

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there was no justice and when that happen, a lot destroyed people before.

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So there are some places and some Muslim countries. Anyone who brings drugs, you might say, oh, there's drugs and Muslim. Yes.

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There are drugs, sometimes drugs into these Muslim countries that drugs are not supposed to be How did you enter

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there so strictly bring drops and you're gonna get killed. And you have cases where people can bring drugs and they were killed in some Muslim countries. They were killed.

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But then there's still so much.

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The reason is because it's very looked

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at sometimes the people who are bringing it in. They're the wealthy people. They're part of the royal family sometimes, because nobody checks their plane you don't check

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they're coming in and for the

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will of illegal. Nobody's a checkbook. And that's how it comes in.

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And so this is an

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and so

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when there's widespread corruption, on the role of ALLAH SubhanA, Allah does not apply when you apply the rule of Allah.

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It's always perfect. When you try to make up your own rules and laws,

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then, as I mentioned, just like there are so many cases where you try to push this thing down

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10 Other things

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making things worse. Oh,

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but we, we should allow gambling.

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Gambling is very beneficial. We will use the gambling the profits from gambling to pay for education. Yeah.

00:56:03 --> 00:56:11

Who's gonna who's gonna say no to education? More money for teachers in schools? Like who's gonna pay? Who's it and say no to them.

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But then you have,

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you're creating greater problems because

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it causes gambling is one of the ominous shaper. It's addictive. So a person gets addicted to it. And the next thing you know, they will sell they end up selling their house.

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I heard a story about a Muslim, Muslim family,

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Muslim family. They just went out with Las Vegas and like,

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and normally they don't, you know, it's not the family that Gamble's but they started, just you know, playing around with these things, right? It starts with the slot machine. First time they went, they got you know what they made

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10,000 $10,000.

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And once that 10, the first 10,000 came in.

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That's it. They came, they came back. They went back, you know what ended up happening?

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They ended up losing the house. In less than two years. Whole family destroyed, everything started.

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The whole family. Literally, everything's destroyed.

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And this is repeated over and over and over again. And they know it.

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Right? They know. And that's why anytime you have a gambling

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advertisement, what does it say?

00:57:42 --> 00:57:46

Be responsible if you need help call this number. Yeah.

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Why are you allowing it if some if you know that it's day that it's so dangerous, that you need a hotline that you know that someone starts this, they're going to need to call that number, if they don't call that number, they're licensed. And even if they call that number, sorry, too late. It's probably for education. You're trying to you're trying to say that you're going to help improve schools. But then you're destroying the house. And families are breaking apart as a result of it.

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Is like you're giving candy in the front,

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through the front door and burning the house and through the back door.

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And so that's why they're not humans make these laws and who's benefiting?

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And who are the people like oh, we need money. This is a lot of money people are losing and who are the people who look who are the people who are going to suffer the most. You want to help poor people, the people who have the greatest gambling problem the poor people

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because the best people they know they have a better chance of getting rich by working harder than

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you have a better chance

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you want to be where you want to call it. Right but the people who are like the most vulnerable the poorest people, they're the ones who are taken advantage of the most.

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Yes, let's take those people's money destroy their families. So we can send it to the schools for the rich people. So they

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say so political further saying the rule of law.

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Humans make laws.

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You have chaos.

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You have corruption,

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You know, whether you understand

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the method the way is done your best way

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is the best way to apply capital punishment is the way that a lot of

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legislation in the Quran

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and the Quran, and anyone turns away from that.

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It's not going to work. It's not going to work. Because a lot of artists, he knows us better than we know ourselves. So with that, we will continue again next week. And we still have a lot more to cover and a

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few other rulings related this week. And then we'll move on to the next in this 40

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