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Abdur-Raheem McCarthy


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The speaker discusses the challenges faced by the opposition to religion during the recent protests and how it affects their ability to hold on to their religion. They emphasize the importance of following the laws and not allowing anyone to do so. The speaker also talks about the upcoming trial and how it will affect their ability to practice their role as a witness.

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One of the biggest challenges that we face when we try to hold on to our religion and these days of fitna the days of difficulties and trials and tribulations is what we face from the opposition from the enemies from the soldiers of che Athan, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he told us that the one who wants to hold on to his religion during these days is like the one who's trying to hold on to the hot coal. It's not easy, it's going to be challenging. But this is what Allah has told us to outgrow Quran. If you look in the beginning of Surah, Tonka booth, Allah subhanho wa taala. He said to the people think they're just going to say they believe, or hula afternoon and they're not

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going to be tested, they're not going to be tried. He said that clearly, we tested those who were before them, and we will test you as well reflect on this. And he will also made it clear he's gonna make the ones who are the truthful, the ones who are not going to make clear from this test. This is one of the wisdoms of being tested. But I want to reflect with you on a verse because we ask ourselves, how should we react? How should we deal when it comes to those who opposes slap a verse instead of euros? Allah subhanho wa Taala said, Whatever now you have a lake to follow that which has been revealed to you will spill and have patients had the common law until a law rules into the

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judges will hailed hacky mean, and Allah is the best of judges. What do we gain from this verse? First of all, what is our role with Tibbett? To follow that which has been revealed to you, and that you have to have somebody you have to have patience, you're going to face difficulty is going to be difficult. But when Allah tells us how, until a law judges at the law judges, and he's able to Heike me, meaning that those people that have been opposing Islam have been making it difficult for us to practice have been putting us through all these trials and tribulations, that they're not going to get away with it. They're going to be punished, they're going to be held to account and that makes

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the believer relax. It gives them peace of mind tranquillity and reminds him that all I have to do is play my role which is to follow what's been revealed to me to have this debate this following of the Quran and the Sunnah and to have supper, and inshallah will tell if we have these, Allah subhanaw taala will bless us with the Nasir with the victory and they are paper the good Indian will be for them with Turkey in for the pious