Hadith #28

Abu Usamah At-Thahabi


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Smilla ma Rahim

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Al hamdu lillahi Nascimento when a star you know when a star Pharaoh

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when I will be nigh Himanshu Rory fusina Woman Singh ji Aditya Molina May the natural phenomena the learner who may new Dylan fella Hi Dina

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by a shadow li Eva in lumbar why the whole Ashley Kana?

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Well I should know Mohammed Anna do what Rasulullah sallallahu ala he was sending them a man model for in a halal Cannan Kurama la he will halen Buddha

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Buddha Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was shorter more Martha to her more cool llama definitely be the item.

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But could they be the Eitan Bella Coola Galera, can fanatic come to next Hadith

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tremendous Hadith from the Yoruba of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu and he will send it

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and it's been nomadic may Allah be pleased with him said the Prophet says Allah Allah while he was Sanam

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Kapha Bill Murray Kevin and you had defeated the Cooley man Semia it is enough to constitute a person as being a liar. A person is considered in Ellis lamb to be a liar. If he speaks about everything that he hears

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Kapha Bill Murphy Kelvin and you had differ be cool Lima Samia. So if a person everything that He hears He mentions it, and this is enough to constitute him as being a liar.

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Similar to this hadith,

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there's a word into the Hadith. That said Is it enough it is enough for a person to have a sin Kapha Bill Murray Essman. It is enough as a sin. That a person speaks about everything that he hears. So we have two narrations and two different words. But for the most part, it's the same thing.

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It is a warning of being from a person who you hear news, and you're quick to spread the news shed the news without weighing it and without taking a religious position that would suggest you send it out or suggests that you conceal it, and so forth and so on. Before explaining the hadith is really important. This famous Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was collected by Imam Muslim in his hair, and the mama who told Al hakam and Nisa Bori as well. He had been he banned and others.

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In Sahih Muslim, this hadith is in there, but it's in the introduction Sahih Muslim is in the Mocha Deema So Imam Bukhari he doesn't have any introduction. He just starts off Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim and then he goes into the first Hadith in the Mallamma dAubigny. Yet

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an imam Muslim on the other hand, he has an introduction like you find in most books, it's important. He has an introduction. And in that introduction, he's talking about the science of Hadith before he gets to the first idea, in the chapter of L. E man.

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In the introduction of an imam Muslims book Sahih Muslim, they are authentic hadith, and they are weak Hadith. So as a student of knowledge, you have to know that because someone will come to you and take a hadith as in the introduction, the Mocha Deema, our Imam Muslim and say to you, in Sahih, Muslim, there's some weak ID and he's talking about the introduction. And Imam Muslim himself knew that in the introduction of his book, The weak Hadith that he put there, and they are authentic hadith that he put there, an Imam Al Bukhari, an imam at telemovie. And remember, the Buddha told throughout the book, there are weak Hadith that they knew are weak, they were not relying on those

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Hadith. They will put that Heidi fair to show that one Narrator narrated from another Narita, remember to the media himself at the end of the Hadith, was saying that this hadith has some issues.

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He was trying to show upon. So for the regular student of knowledge, the Muslim who just says, sign Bukhari and sahih. Muslim are the two most authentic books after the Quran. And that's enough for me then hamdulillah that's a good thing. That's a good thing. But it's upon the student to take it a step further. Someone will come today and try to make you doubt about the authenticity of the Sunnah. And they bring shuba hat to you. Things from the Quran, the Sunnah, that will make you doubt your religion.

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Because if you don't read how you're going to push that stuff off because you don't read, you want to do the right thing, but it's not enough wanting to do the right thing if you don't know what you're doing. So, and the more Kadima in the introduction of an imam Muslim, this hadith comes and he has no doubt that this hadith has some issues in terms of his authenticity, no doubt, no doubt about that. And that's why the majority of the unnamable Hadith, they said that this hadith is a Hadith as morsel that a tabby is narrating on the profit and from the profits on the bottom. So in the chain and nourish is a missing link, the companion is not there. So if the companion is out of

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chain men ration and there's a tabby the people who are learning from the Companions, if he's narrating not letting that be selected as a brief, because the chain in that ration is broken.

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So the majority of the dilemma the aquaria and those scholars who are orthop were more stronger and more thicker than the ones who said that this hadith is authentic. They said it's a problem. And if you go to the books of an LL you're going to find this hadith in there. But despite it being graded as being mortal Sal, and as such narrow authentic although was in Sahih Muslim and the Kadima there's some great scholars who nonetheless still said it's an authentic hadith. From them, is the great scholar will Islam and Imam ibn Abdullah Burr. Tremendous cow in Islam. He said that this hadith was an authentic hadith, an imam Eben hijab Eben hijab, a spell Aenean for Turnberry, so that

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this hadith that we're dealing with is authentic is from the mind half of lsmw. As well as he shared his Howie in a book that he wrote about new standard Hadith called faithful motif. He narrated this hadith and said it's authentic and others and others and Imam, a Sinani in the book superbalist setup and LL banni do on the current contemporary time, so why not pay attention to this?

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The hadith where some Nisa between the scholars seems like it's not authentic. But some of the scholars said it was authentic, based upon the many chains of narration, but it appears to be weak and Allah knows best.

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Second thing and is important.

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The hadith said a person is a liar. If he speaks about everything that he is, this is important.

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A person it is enough that he is a liar. If he speaks about everything that He hears, it is enough of a sin for him, that he speaks about everything that he hears. The scholars in explaining that portion of the Hadith clearly show us It is haram and the religion of Assam. They'd be a blabber mouth, a moto mouth. Everything you hear from people, you're telling the next man who comes to you, that's against the radula of La slang. You're not a man when you do that.

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You don't have the qualities of a man women do that. They make thorough, thorough wherever

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you're one of those. Every time you see someone someone has something to say, you don't wait. You just can't wait to tell the next person. That's a bad quality and Ellis net. So what's the meaning he is a liar if he does that. The meaning of it is clear. If a person wakes up in the morning, listen to this. He's going to meet people from the time he wakes up until the time he goes back to sleep that night. is my first time meeting you people today was in Liverpool. I met people in Liverpool today. I mean to you today. From the time you wake up to the time you go to sleep, you're going to meet different people. And they're going to tell you things. It's going to be on the

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internet. It's going to be on the news. It's going to be in real life. It's going to be in text messages. It's going to be what you read in a newspaper. Every day from the beginning of the day till the nighttime. You're going to

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Meet people and hear what they have to say. Some of what they say is true.

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And some of what they say is not true.

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So if you're a person who talks about everything you hear, you will have that because you're lying.

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If you're one of those people, the person says to you, hey, La ilaha illa, anybody who says who panela will be handy 100 times who will be forgiven for all of his sins, even if his sins were the size of the ocean. That's the half that you heard from that man. That is the truth that you heard from that man. And then someone else says something else. He said, 100 He left your hammock Allah, that's the truth. So if he went and told someone, he told him the truth of Quran and the Sunnah, something happened, and it's real, doesn't only have to be in the religion. It was snow on the ground today, I heard they said that on a news, snow on the ground, look outside the snow on the

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ground. But what about those other cars, that boom that we have to deal with?

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We live in a time of liars is the time of a credit. The time people lie for real for real, because they mean it. And just a time where people are loose, just say anything, just say anything. And that's not the way so if a person talks about everything that He hears, then it's a sign of indication that he's a liar. The Muslim is the person who, when he hears something, no matter what if it's not in the Quran, and Sunnah. He hears it, he looks at it and says, does this benefit me? Does it concern me? Someone comes and says to him, hey, for land such as such as such philon Okay, he just told me about this brother. Does it concern me? This doesn't concern me. I'm not talking

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about anybody because it's not my business. That man he stole this. That man he passed at that man, he's LBGT that met. It doesn't concern me. You're not trying to marry my sister. I'm not trying to borrow any money for doesn't concern. I have to tell anybody. Somebody tells him something. He listens to it. And he finds, oh, this does concern me. This is beneficial knowledge. So his benefit, he'll tell somebody.

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It does concern me. It is harmful knowledge is harmful information. He doesn't tell people. Someone tells him something. He says I don't know, beneficial or harmful. I'm gonna leave when I doubt for what I don't know. I'm gonna be quiet about it. Today Today, the vast majority of people cannot control their tongues. Abu Bakar Radi Allahu Anhu is from the ODF Allah, he used to point out his tongue and he used to say, oh, Rodney have a Mahalik. This tongue has put me in situations that are going to destroy me. That's Abu Bakar it's a D, the vast majority of people can't control the tongue.

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And when we talk about the tongue of 20, the Kenema or the Qur'an, the Kedem speech, speech in Islam is a big thing. When I hear to talk about the importance of speech and its ban, but your words, there's a great responsibility connected to our words. And if there was anything that deserve to be in prison, instead tongue, whoever believes in Allah last day, let him speak good or let him shut up. Just be quiet. Just be quiet. Because the person doesn't ever say a single word, except that it's going to be written against him or for him.

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And then he may not even think that the word is important. The Prophet says Allah what He was sending the second part of the Hadith in the Rajamouli at the kalam Kenny my 10

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Min circuity la hita Allah Allah yo ki la bala. For years, we be happy now to jahannam Sabrina but

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it may be that a man will say some words he doesn't consider how serious it is. Another Hadith said he didn't think it will reach that level. He didn't think it was serious. He thought it was simple thought it was a young lady and simple. A man will say a word from that which angles Allah He doesn't give it any consideration. Because of that one word. He gets thrown into the Hellfire 70 seasons. What's that word? Someone comes to him and he says Halal haram. He doesn't know anything about the deen talking about Halal haram. He doesn't know his elbow from his ankle bone and he says he's a cashier. Someone wants to know, hey, this brother, we want to invite him to our Masjid. Maybe

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you can give a talk with it. What do you think? He says he's uh, his be. Where'd you get that from? I heard that people say that. Or he's not with me. Or I saw him at that message.

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Yeah, just be quiet. If you don't know, the honor of the Muslim is sacred. You can't talk about people like that. The man says a word. He doesn't consider it. He gets really upset. He gets upset. He says, May the curse of Allah be upon me. He feels remorse for what he did. He feels bad for what he sent me a lot curse me, and then given any consideration, and it's from those things that Elijah Joe is displeased with, as a result of saying that word he gets destroys 70 years, and the opposite can be true. A man can say a word that he doesn't consider it. It doesn't think is that important. But that word that word is from what pleases Eliza gel.

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The man was writing within the beast of love what he was saying. And his horse began to buckle and Buck and his horse threw him over and he fell and hurt himself. The man said Tereza, she thought may shaytaan be cursed because the horse dumb down Teresa chiffon Prophet Muhammad heard that word and told the man some of the law what he was sending them. Don't see me shake bombI curse then Nikka Eva da da da had your call Metro Jebin Oh, Miss Ruby, what I can call Bismillah

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al Qaeda Kuta. Cassava shaytan had taken me through bad.

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Don't say May Allah curse shape on when you kick your foot. You carry in a coffee and it falls and you say Shakedown beakers or some other words some people say in effort or whatever people say all kinds of stuff.

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Don't curse shaytaan Russell I said if you say curse of a labia punch, a fungus this thing happened. They shaved Tom becomes big like a mountain.

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And he says because it and made him see this thing that he said, I made him look at me and give me all of this attention. As it shape time has the ability to make the horse do that. Jeff Don didn't make you kick your foot. You just got big feet, and you were not paying attention.

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That's why you cook Jeff. But if you say Tyson Shaffer you make shape Bob beginning his reality. All you have to do is say Bismillah he could defeat this minute because his foot he drops a glass Bismillah whatever it is. So the word is an easy word. He says bismi let before coming into the house shaytaan can eat with him. Shaitan can sleep with him. He says Bismillah before he takes off his dog before she takes off her iPhone shaytaan can see the hour. So the word may be from what Allah is pleased with a tremendous reward on the other side.

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So the Kalama and Ellis lamb is serious. We have to be more cognizant of what we say. And being in control of our tongues. The companion

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more either boo Jebel was from the scalisi Segata. Sola is Allah going to hold us accountable? For what we say for everything we say? He made a dua against him and said *ing let's go omocha Yama, may your mother lose you.

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But that didn't mean that.

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It means you should have known better than this. How can you ask that question? You're from the realm of the companions. All of those ayat of the Quran. Were my Golfito men Colin inland at a rocky when it he doesn't say a single word except the angels of recording all of that stuff. You should know that more if you're from the people memorize the Quran. You know that

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he sent me your mother lose you. He said our people thrown into the hellfire and wild on the faces for anything other than what the tongues put forward.

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With the tongues put forward. The man was traveling and with some of the companions and that man had a wet dream. He had a wet dream. So when he woke up for pheasant he had to make a war soul. But the man had abscesses and sores on his body. And he didn't want to put water on his body. He asked some of the people who didn't know Can I just make tea among because if I put the water on my body, it's gonna fester and they said no, there's water. As long as there's water you have to make a hole hosel so the man made the hole. So they started traveling. The wind was blowing the sand gotten his saws the trip became difficult. The man got a fever, abscesses, sepsis, all that stuff. He was poison he

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as a result of a fatwa of people.

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When they arrived into Medina, they told the prophet what happened. They said His face became red and he

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Sam like he said to me, for Colette como Camilla mama loose, he said, You people killed him. May Allah destroy you. But he didn't mean that.

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He asked Allah azza wa jal Oh ALLAH anytime I make dua against someone for my ummah, make it a reward for them. He wants to show them what they did. You people have killed that man.

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May Allah destroy you. Verily, the ingredient for ignorance when you don't know, then all you have to do is ask someone who knows why you're giving it to us like that. But you're gonna * to us. So we find people who don't know anything about the religion. They they're being opinionated. Yeah, okay. The religion is not like that.

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Does that mean that the mole visa is the only one because talk the ship? No, you talk based upon what you know. But this religion is not like that. Everybody has a right just to say something

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like this thing with Corona, this new this new strain that's come. It's not fair every time Dick and Harry, I'm a Beckinsale in our community talk about stuff.

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You talk about what you know, you got your report card, you talk about your report card. How many days were you absent?

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What's the name of the teachers in the class? You know that that's connected to you. But here you're talking about you're talking about COVID 919 and the different variants of COVID-19. And you didn't even graduate from primary school.

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And I'm not saying if you don't graduate from primary school that you're going to go to not have Jahannam right because Prophet Muhammad didn't graduate from the primary school, some Allah who it was settling, but the point here is men NTSC who you tall.

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What are you talking about? What are you talking about?

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It is enough that a person is considered to be a liar. If he speaks about everything he hears, there was a companion His name is Sophia and Eben Abdullah may not be pleased with me so you're telling me something that I can ask you.

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And it will protect me? Yeah, so many. He says, say I believe in Allah and then be upright. And then he say Allah Sula, ma Hua. Woof, shaken. Tasha Alia What are you most afraid for me of what is it that you're afraid? Is it the John? Is it a Jane is a shaytaan? Is it to your hood is a monastic? What are you most afraid of? He said that the prophets Allah Allah, why'd you send them took his hand, and he put his tongue out and said, This is what I'm afraid of the most for you. This is what I'm afraid of the most because people don't give it his rights. A man came, he told him Yato sola gave me some advice. He said call flying calm. kofod A Kumasi, Neto calm, hold your tongues, hold

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your tongues.

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Whoever believes in Allah on the last day, let them say that which is good. Or let them be quiet. So the tongue has musalia 20 you have the issue love lion, you have the issue of exaggerating. You have the issue of talking about people it's not true. You have the issue of talking about everything and you're not discerning it's a lot of stuff connected to the tongue a lot.

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A lot, Heba Nima, all of those, all of those things. Now concerning this hadith, it was truly nahi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Aquinas is really important, and that is this is important.

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We live in right now in the era of the millennials, social media. The very nature of social media is 99.7 99.9% of the information that comes to you from social media is not true.

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It's coming from people who you don't know.

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Pay attention to this idea.

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In Islam, how was the Sunnah protected to the knowledge of Hadith? And this is how we know every single Hadith that anybody narrated. There is a grading on that hadith. And why is that grade in there? The more you know, the more you are equipped to appreciate it. Eliza gel, he preserved this Quran and he preserved the authentic sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa it was setting them both of them are preserved as it relates to this issue. The Muslim is the individual who is especially the one giving Dawa. He's a person who is going to pay attention to what he is.

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He's going to pay attention to what he is today. If a person is much whole

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much fool we don't know who he is. We don't know where it came from. We don't know where he studied. He just popped up into the MSG just do just popped up.

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We never seen him before. We're not gonna say he's a monad fit. He's with the EMI five. He's with the CIA. We're not going to say that. But we're gonna say we won't let him get on this mimbar and give a hook but until we find out where did he come from? So a man is unknown in the chain of narration that narration is weak.

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And Prophet Muhammad Hadith Allah who said if someone is in that true gentleman, and he is much hole and how you don't know what situation much hodl ain, we don't know him. His name is Ibrahim is hoc.

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But we don't know which one

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even if his name is similar, similar to this other great scholar, we not taking him because we don't know we is mature than a gala. Does he know what he's talking about? Is he a religious man?

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Listen to me, let me repeat this again. And the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam the Hadith, the Sunnah, you have to have the chain of narration so on so sad that song so told him that song so told him that song so told him, the Abba Herrera said this. So the scholars come and look at someone someone look at this and look at that. And they're able to tell this man is strong, this man is weak that man is alive. That man used to be strong that man used to be strong and this one and that one but he's weakened that that a lot protected the sooner like that.

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And if a hadith comes and you know know someone in that chain is weak.

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So when your religion

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you don't know people who where they come from what they're talking about, and you just take note, and that's why the great scholar of Islam from the tabby Hamad Eben serine he said that this knowledge is your religion.

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Be careful and be aware and look who you take your religion from. The knowledge of Islam is your religion. You guys have been saved 15 years ago, 10 years ago, you in the masjid. And the guy speaking was a rough, tough extremist. And the way that he was speaking, appeal to the emotions of a lot of the youngsters who didn't know. As I told you last week, some of our young says if you scream loud, you get a good, good lesson. Some of our youngsters if you're three agricole and you do something, take your coat your coat, your coat, your shirt, your hat thrown in the air, or throw something up and shoot it boo, boo, boo, boo, boo. People say, wow, wow. It's not about what the

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person is saying.

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So back then, some of these people will get up, and they will challenge

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people in government members of parliament. They will challenge people with knowledge. They will challenge and be rough and tough. And our Shabaab will say, wow, look, this is like sallahu, Deen, and IUD. This is like I will do Jana. This like Omar.

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When in reality, it was closer to Abu Lahab, an Abu jihad. And some of those Shabaab got in trouble. Because they went to ISIS, and some of them got killed, and some of them in prison. Because they were young, am I here to apologize and say, Let's be weak, people slap us in the face. I'm not here to say that by any stretch of imagination. I'm not saying that. I say we're going to be Muslims, but we're going to be Muslims, based upon the reality of our situation, not like the Hawaii judge who were young, and their age and very while and the things that they were saying. So take your time, take your time. You know, I find very amazing how some of you, some of you, when it comes to the

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thing like the vaccine, when it comes to things like COVID Real or not, you actually listen to what a lot of these people are saying. And all you have to do is say many of these people are just like you and I they don't know anything about medicine. They just like you and I and you listen to it because it makes sense to you look at me, as if the guy is a is a master.

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Find yourself a Muslim, a scholar in medicine, and ask him or her man and break it down to That's what I'm saying. Don't listen to the regular people like that. What's wrong with you?

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You know, the flu jab. How many of you got the flu jab? How many of you got the flu jab? Nobody. That's your health net to get the flu. I didn't get the flu jab neither. But I didn't get the flu jab because I never got the flu jab. That's all. I'm not going around telling people

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The flu jab is this and that you could get chicken pox in his center and the flu jab. If you get it, they're gonna put, you're gonna go, they're gonna control your mind.

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Like, why would you listen to people, right? That that's all I'm saying, go to a Muslim who knows what they're talking about. And then the Muslim who is educated and informed when you listen to what they say, and they're against a flu jab, then you take what they said to another Muslim who knows what he's talking about, until you can get convinced the same way we do in our religion, this hadith, it is enough for a person to be a liar. If he speaks about everything that He hears, some set is authentic, some set is weak, are you going to just sit there and say, I am to stand aside and once it's authentic?

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If you want to do that, because you're forced to do that, I'm going to be on the side of the ones who say that it is weak because they're the majority, and they're more thicker. That's knowledge.

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Because you have to make a way to make total G.

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The other person says, Not

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I, I'm going to take the side that the hadith is authentic, because I'm going to study what both sides say and see why they are saying that.

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That's knowledge. That's knowledge. No one throws the dice like that is niqab yj. Or not? Whadjuk? Well, I saw that brother over there. His wife Winnie Cobert says why'd you because she does not knowledge. That's not how you make decisions. You put the situation in front of you look at it, you weigh it and you make a decision.

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The dean and your dunya but especially as it relates to the deen, so concerning this issue of whiny

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when it comes to speaking about issues and people, especially people that die, and every Muslim but especially the DI is the person who has to make the fastboot he has to make a sub ultimate Bailu he has to in two issues, a speak about the religion, make sure what you're saying is true.

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That is authentic, and you're not lying on Allah or his mess messenger. You're not misrepresenting, you're not miss leading people. You can't just narrate just Hadith like that, because you heard him here and there. Now some people gonna make mistakes. That's just the nature of what we're dealing with. For many years how many people have said the hadith of Mr. Ravi Allahu the ethar where he was putting his daughter in the sand. And she was cleaning his beard. Many of us use that hadith thinking that hadith was authentic. But then information came through saying no that Eve is not authentic. You come you clean that up. That reflects negative on Irma. That never happened. We could

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use weak Hadith when it's other than than the be SallAllahu Sallam as long as it doesn't compromise the hop halau haram aqidah and it doesn't reflect negatively on a companion. So Mr. burried, his daughter that's negative. Unless you have the lily did that don't say that.

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He punched his sister in the face. He came to the sister's house. She was reading the Quran with her husband. When he came he didn't know that they were Muslims. So the husband got up ran the closet or my grabbed his sister and then manhandled and punched him and made a bleed. We're not going to narrate that hadith, because it reflects negatively on him beating up his sister. We're gonna say Don't say that hadith. So Hadith narrated? Well, you may think that it's authentic, but you come to learn, so you have to have that min Hajj that if the thing comes to you and is clear that you will make a mistake, you come by you rectify that's it. But don't be one of those people who will read

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from these books to believe me sap from geomatica belief in these other books like that, and you just a narrated Hadith, and I don't say that to put anybody down from geomatica blood brothers from Jamaats the bleacher stop that thing that they're doing, just getting the book and reading the book like that, and yeah, Hadith that go against the Tauheed and go against the religion and go against this.

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So Allah mentioned in the Quran very quickly. Yeah, your livina M and o injera Jeddah confessor can be never inferred to be yanwen to Cebu come and be johathan for to speak who anima file to nadie mean are you believe? If an evil person comes to you with some news talking to you, they come to you with some news evil, then ascertain and find out the reality of that news before you deal with it because you may unknowingly hurt someone.

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So there was a tribe called benomyl startup they

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accepted Islam. They got fianza caught together and they were waiting for the Prophet to send someone so Allah do some to get this a card from them and they were happy to give the Zakat. One of the companions his name was Willie they've been Akbar. May Allah be pleased with him. May Allah be pleased with Willie they've been Akbar, Rowdy Allah when he was seen by Rasul Allah to go and get that the cat from benomyl startup. So when they saw him come in, they got on their horses, and they started riding into him, and their swords were glaring, and the way their horses were running. He remembered in Jamia, he had some problems with his tribe, and the way they will come and he thought

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they were going to get him in his people. So they turned around and ran away.

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Because of what they thought. When they got to Medina, they told the prophets on the love what he was sending them. They came to kill us. They didn't want to give this a cat that didn't happen. Rasul Allah made preparations. Let's go deal with that. When the prophet sent to people go deal with them. He saw those people come in, because when he didn't send any one he says something's wrong. So they said let's go to Medina they came. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam greeted them. Why didn't you get my man that I sent to you? There's a cat. They say y'all also lie never came to us. came in he left.

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And then this ayat was revealed. Some of the scholars of Islam said that this suburban nosal is weak. And some of them said it's authentic. Seems to be authentic in sha Allah. Oh, you believe if someone comes to you with some news, ascertain as to his reality, evil person. This is not calling al Walid Abel, Akbar a fantasic is saying just generally speaking, all of the companions, all of the companions, they have, I doubt all of them. All of the companions no matter what they did, if they died as a companion, they're going to Jenna, not any of them were facet, none of them. It goes against the Neff definition of being a companion. So Allah wasn't calling Wali. They've been

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fantastic. Here. He is letting us know anybody comes to you with some news, specially the evil person as a team as to his reality. Can you read the newspaper, the sun and believe that?

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Can you believe CNN and Fox News who sits there and actually believes that stuff?

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Because it's all they all intertwine. They're all together. And they dumbed everything down just to control people, all of them. And that's why it's the same news. And then when our brothers from Palestine would get in what they were getting recently is as if it's not happening right now. That stuff is happening right now. They're being killed right now. And when it happened, on the level what happened few months ago, you saw the way the coverage was

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the poor poor dog of the Zionist it was frightened when this happened, and that happened. And then all these people get killed him in Mr. Aqsa, and it's made to appear as if they're terrorists.

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So when it comes to the media, Abdullah, when it comes to the media, your main hedge has to be, am I believing anything these people say? Unless it comes to me, and the religion of Islam says it's true. Or the life that I'm living right now says that this thing happened and is true.

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But if it is not true, you have to be careful, which goes to show this is important when

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you get a text message that impresses you and impresses you and you send it out right away. That's not the mintage of a Muslim. There was a French girl who they wanted to show this French politician lady how evil and bad she was. She's an older white lady. And he had a face looking droopy and real. It was what do you call that again? When they mess with your face and stuff, but they call that again?

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Yeah, me

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printing No, no, we call it when you Photoshop. You can Photoshop people's bodies and things like that. They photoshopped her face. And it had a look at real droopy, real droopy, like extra extraordinarily droopy, but it looked real. So they had her face because she was against the hijab. She was against it in France. She is against it. She's a far right politician. And then it had like an Algerian girl with her job a young looking girl. If you look at the to the Muslim girl with a hijab look looks much better. The old lady is said something like no wonder

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She needs the hijab as ugly as she looks something like that it says something like that. When you look at it you say, Oh man, this is good. It's ugly lady and you send it off, brother that's photoshopped.

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That's not real. And although you

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although we feel not you we feel

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we when something happens to these people we feel a we happy there's something what happened to these people, that man who wrote those drew those pitches against the Nebby cellulitis and didn't have the X in it.

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Or you shouldn't talk about the prophet in the messengers like that. You shouldn't disrespect our prophets in our messages like that. What's wrong with you? No one's sitting there praying for something like that to happen. But that's evil, to be disrespectful to a whole ummah of people. And that can then say that, that's democracy and freedom of speech. And then when something happens like that, and we say, you see a classic case of chickens coming home to roost. Now we get in trouble for saying that.

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We get in trouble for saying that.

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So my point here is, even if something happens to make us feel like what happened with the Prophet sallallaahu was sending them when the Romans when the Romans defeated, defeated the Mushrikeen, the Muslims were happy because the people of the deme people the book, they were happy that it happened. So something may happen in the world today as Muslims were happy that this thing happened.

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Because it's under the umbrella of Islam. Not something crazy, some of the umbrella of Islam, although you're happy, don't be too quick this in that finger because it may not be real. It may not be true. The Muslim has to make an effort every day. Don't send anything out. That's not real.

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That's your job. Because if you don't, you will convey that you're a liar.

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You're a liar. You're peddling and misinformation. disinformation. Look what happened honey in the Quran. Surah me known.

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Prophet Muhammad was coming back from the trips of Allah while he was sending our mother I Isha had to go to the toilet out in the desert. So they took it out. She went out by herself. It was time to get up and go, everybody left and I Aisha was out in the desert and they left her out in the desert.

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When she came back, everybody was gone. She sat in her place, one of the companions came to pick up the in the pickup the rear, make sure nobody was lost, make sure nothing was lost. He came he saw I Isha, the wife of the NABI SallAllahu Sallam in the middle of desert. Rasul Allah left her the community left.

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This match your wife, my wife, your Systemising, your daughter, my daughter. That's a big moose Seba. brother's daughter guy hit last week, two weeks ago, three weeks ago. That's a big receiver that's a big mu Seba. May Allah to Allah give that baby Rockman help them parents dealing with that. This is the wife of the nibio of Islam in the middle of the desert. My man said in the law he were in that era he Rajan this masiva so that's why he said that the wife of the Prophet here in LA who were in that era, Rajan, what about the one who comes and says the wife of the Prophet is a cachora, the wife of the Prophet committed Zina.

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That's some Sheba and your religion, your cat and you said that that's all he said. He made his horse come down. She got on a horse. He didn't ride in front of her.

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He didn't ride behind her Harshad Allah. He walked that horse for the whole journey to the guy to Medina.

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When he came into Medina in the broad daylight, people started looking Oh, looky looky, look at that. Broad daylight. Everybody's Look, look, look at that. The hypocrites started saying

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I issues having an affair with that man. That's why they come in in like this.

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And there was some of the companions who when they heard this, they mentioned it to others.

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The hypocrites. They lit and ignited the fire of fitna.

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The Muslims got ready to have civil war.

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They got ready to fight in the masjid.

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One man over here, he said, Hey, you munaf it and you guys are helping them win after King who said that? We're gonna get all of you. Those people said no, no, you monastics. We're gonna get all the you and they were going to fight over that. The Muslims from Hammami came to see SEC who will help me who will help me against the man Mina Monaka.

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doula even solo who helped me

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against a man who says this about my wife only no good about my wife. And they say we'll help you out. Also the law man said, No, you won't. You're not gonna do anything. You say you owe NASA. And you You protected the moon if it were not monastic, you're not gonna do anything. And he went back and forth, they got ready to fight.

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Muhammad was on his member. And then he told the people leave it, leave it, leave this thing, leave it and he got off of the member, because it's gonna be a fitna.

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Anyway, from that long story is the lesson of this thing right here.

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Because careful what you say and how you take the news.

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Careful what you say and how you take the news. If Telekom Lenovo remember when you took it BL Cinetic calm but Okolona be FY he Kamali silicon be batarseh Boo Haley and we're in the lahi IV.

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Lola is submitted to Moo hoo Tamaya kulula Nana kandalama behad. Other book 10. Avi. Tremendous. I

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remember when some of you took the news and you took it with your tongues. Normally when you hear news, you take it with your ears. You hear it? By some people, the news comes and explain it right out. How soon as you hear it. Hey, did you hear this thing like that? Hey, listen, is it true? What does it have to do with me? Where did you get that from? About two weeks ago? Someone said that I die.

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Did you have Did you hear that?

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Somebody said that I die. Well, like oxen be laying.

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And one of the brothers called another brother call another brother. They started calling me I was in the mud dresser in Leeds. So I can answer my phone.

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When I got out, I saw a call from my wife.

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I called her and she said

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they said somebody came to the house and told me you die?

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Are you going to tell that to my wife? Are you going to lead to my kids, your father die.

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I respect the brother because it was love. And they were trying to make it the third but they were trying. But don't go to my wife, man. Don't go to my wife. That's the last person you go through. Because maybe she didn't hear that news. And then when we tried to get to the bottom of it, we got to get to the bottom of it couldn't figure it out. And it was at the same time that Mike Tyson our brother, man like guy Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson said, I died when he was experimenting with some of the things that he experiments with about two weeks ago, and he said he died when it happened. But what he meant by that is he had an out of body experience, experience experience, but they want to click

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bait. So they said Mike Tyson dies. So when you wake up Mike Tyson is dead. Yo, you heard Mike is dead. Did you hear Mike Tyson die? Take it easy, brother just read the finger little read the finger again.

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You miss read it.

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And I got those text messages that Mike Tyson die.

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So be careful. Be careful. The I said, remember when the news came to some of you and you took it with your tongues? And you said about it. You said that which you had no knowledge about. You thought it was a small thing, what you did and what you said, but it was a big thing with Allah. And only when you heard it when you heard, I insure this, I insure that he's this he's that only if you heard it when you heard it had you said

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we shouldn't be talking about this. We shouldn't be saying something like this. This is a big thing. And this is a great slander.

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So instead of people taking in that way, they was fitting in the community. So whiny including, let's do a better job and shout Allahu Taala as it relates to what we say. The dye in the dog. And you know this thing with a judge with tideal is really a joke that people chefs, chefs and the students were talking about that mess that nonsense innovation and of itself using that to see who's on the sun and not on Asuna show me where the the really marvelous landed then a pass show us where that comes from.

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Below here Aleykum where does that come from?

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But one thing people should have been doing put that junk with

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deal on the side, they should have been paying attention to who is mature and who was jackin that's something we have to do in our religion, who's known who's not known, who's competent, who's not competent, who can do it, who can do it. And that's there has to be a part of our religion. Then the Prophet teller people had before

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had death when Benny asstra He was a hydrogen Benissa eel Jews, Christian, Andrew keytab. If they tell you something, don't believe it. Don't disbelieve in it.

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Don't believe it. Don't disbelieve it. If it's supported by the religion, believe it or not support about a religion rejected. Religion was quiet about it, be quiet about it. That's all religion.

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That's all religion.

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So we're going to stop here in sha Allah, big jihad is required. Say About people and things that which we know and that we think er, were Kula Hadith in your total men who beware of every form of speech that will cause you to apologize. Okay, when if you guys have any questions, any sui bat corrections, Talia caught,

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Titleist? Got it, you could do that. The kind of the machine for the

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how do you correct what

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body I think has the ability to discern between nice methodology of dealing with people and rough and tough and appropriate, abrupt, harsh, Tao and dealing with people. So if you want to correct anybody, you have to look at who he is. Is he older than you? Does he have position in this society? You have to consider all of that because it's going to help you to determine and to dictate how you're going to give them advice. That's your mother, your father. That's your teacher. That's the Imam sob who's in half. If that's the police, that's whatever.

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But for the most part, everybody can discern dour and advice that's gentle and not nice. And it smells like the aroma of someone who's trying to get someone to change.

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To given nice, dour is a delille. Usually many times someone wants change, rough and tough. dour is a sign that a person is doing it for himself. He's trying to put the person down, put the person down. So have hikma and advising people any more questions.

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As I mentioned, when we hear things from people, our parents say things that have a lot of wisdom in it. They never give us a hadith, but they give us things that have a lot of wisdom in it. So if what's being said as truth behind in truth connected to it, there's no problem, no problem. But if it's just hocus pocus, and it doesn't have any reality to it, and the wisdom is horrified. And this is a problem. And as I mentioned, we live in a time of ketchup and digital. This is the time where this fraud and the digital digital extreme lion

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a lot of games

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in America they had Thanksgiving recently last Thursday, in November, Thanksgiving. What is that holiday that celebration is a celebration that people went to America found the Native Americans and they had more guns than them and they shot him and killed them.

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So they gave thanks thanksgiving for being able to annihilate these people and take their land.

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And then one of the presidents of America who we grew up liking his name is Abraham Lincoln.

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They told us that this do free the slaves and they had us liking this guy.

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They literally had us liking him

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because they told us he freed the slaves. They told us that they were brainwashing us anyway. The other day they had this celebration things give it how can you celebrate such a celebration? After what happened to the peoples like the Iraqis, the Iraqis, a million people going to celebrate that. People going to celebrate what happened African Americans and slavery

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Kashmiris the Holocaust

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People gonna celebrate that

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is tasteless. Can't do that. But because as I told you,

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untruths this celebration Christmas Easter people don't care is it true is it not true? Because as Christianity doesn't have to be true this has to be something we're gonna have a party about Islam is not like that Muslim shouldn't be like that the Muslim is the person who's going to say when you get that moment from man when you get it from where did you get that moly from? And don't get upset because you know there's no difference between you in that moment and Thanksgiving Christmas. Why are you getting upset when we were just talking about Thanksgiving because when you was with the program, but when the moldy gets put in the equation now suddenly you can you can't see straight

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the Muslim is not like that. People come and tell us do this, do that. Celebrate this celebrate that and do this to ship we then say where does that come from? If people can't support that they can't present it. We don't do it. Our Dow that's Mubaraka What do you think about that? He's a his BS. What are some from the Sunnah. Did he go against for you to say that? No, after the shift said, we feel that way.

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We feel that way. Come on.

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Any more questions? Any more questions?

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Prophet gave the definition of reverse of the law while he was sending them he said well Heba to the crooked heart be my chakra. The Cuca a haka fear reavie Be my chakra. Eva is mentioning something about your brother in his absence that he doesn't want you to mention. The man say hello Sula. But what if what I say is true about him? My brother, he has bad body odor. My brother is stingy. My brother he has a spurious Asperges and is difficult dealing with me because he got us Burgess. It doesn't have social clues.

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So I say that to someone from mommy said, If what you said is true, then Lisa Heba. And if it's not true, you have slandered him, it's worse. So even if it's true, he's not there. And there's no religious reason to say that. If there's a religious reason, then you can say, Hey, Brother Guy by the odor, we probably want to tell him, you know, he should put on some deodorant before we go in here for the Janessa. So there's a reason you said that.

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But I'm just saying, as body odor, he's this he's that. He said, That's a fever.

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And if it's not true, then that is Butch tan. And that's what the is say supine aka tileable Tam, Navin Glorian to Allah. This is a great, great book damn great

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slander of Asia. As for the Mima, right you send me Emma

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Mima is when someone tells you something about someone, and then you go and you tell them he said that this this that that carrion tells to make fitna between the people. So this guy said that Brother, you did this, this, this this, he goes and he tells them knowing full well that's why I said the Quran, the ketema has musalia given me so many issues like this, that he says to him, that man said that you were this and that, then that guy gonna get mad and say go tell by his mother, his father, go see. And then you messed up the relationship. But the opposite is permissible. Prophet Muhammad allow one man to go tell a lie to another man to make peace. The opposite is not lying in

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three things. And one of them is when you go to a person, you know, they got problems. A man I was talking I was with a brother last night. And he was really sad at how the relationship has, you know, soured between you and me, between you and him. And my brother was like, once serious, he was like, that's what happened. He was sad. And then that may come more apt to call up in the CMA call out and so you can lie. So let's there's between EBA and Mima. Okay, honey, we're going to stop right here in shallow Tala. Want to welcome my brother Jamal, back, Jamil back, Jamil back from wherever he's been. And welcome all of you brothers as well. Hi, that was ALLAH who was settling

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robotic and in the beginning, it was hobby Jemaine where his brother Musa

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let's move over there. Okay, when somebody come up to look

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where's my man are you

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How're you doing?

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I'm good. I see you.

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Are you okay?