Islamic Core Value Refusal of Oppression 13

Adnan Rajeh


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AI: Summary © The video discusses Jesus's statement metaphysical and the importance of legalizing Jana's use of "we" and "we are" in religion, as it is required for a person to go to the hellfire. The speaker also discusses Jana's use of "we" and "we are" in religion, as it is required for a person to go to the hellfire. The speaker also discusses the negative impact of emailing on one's rights and how it affects forgiveness.
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Yahweh name ammo Muslim on fee so hey here and I'd be alma mater all the Allahu Anhu been following the videos that Allahu Allah you know certain Hadees collection collection Imam Muslim tonight and it's read to us by Google mama and within the theme of anti oppression is what he said Ali has a lot to say and this is like famous Hadith it's called the hadith of called the block.

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And you'll find out in a moment why it's called Ben It's a very famous Hadith within this within the Sunnah, and it's specifically in this theme as well as in this category or topic

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where he says it it's also meant to

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help him read a Muslim in BMA

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Oh Jeb Allah who know who know will hell Rama I Leigh Hill Jana.

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He said I am Satoshi Manitoba the one who takes for themselves or cuts a piece for themselves may help them be in listening and it's the right of some other person it's not their own right to someone else's right. They cut a piece of someone else's pie. They took something that wasn't theirs be Emini, Hebei, I mean a with it with the right hand. And that's figure of speech to say that they did that with their power or with their status or with their pool or consciously speaking that it didn't happen by mistake. They took what was not theirs but belong to someone else. They took it consciously knowing so that they shouldn't do it. So the person who does that, who takes the rights

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of another one knowing so that they're doing it, Allah subhanaw taala has made obligatory for this person to go to the hellfire and they will not and He forbids them to go the agenda

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probably ranked amongst the highest five any warnings in the in the Sunnah of the Prophet audience

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you can rank it amongst the highest five he doesn't he doesn't use that this terminology very often is used this words are useless I'm very very often so when you hear him say stuff like that you should definitely hit the brakes and just listen to it because must be important for him to use that these words. Oh job Allahu Allahu note. I mean, it is obligatory that this person must go to the hellfire. Well, how do I legal Jana and he has forbidden them. He forbids them to go to the agenda ELT, to Sahaba like you got quite taken aback. So they said y'all rasool Allah, when Karina che and yesira even if they take something small for Carla, we're in OB by Min Iraq.

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Even if it was like a small piece of miswak

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called the will Iraq is the the that they use to make the miswak out of so even if it's a little miswak, that you took some Allah, it's gonna call me with the Hadith, I need to call the villa rock, even if it's called even Iraq, if you take something that's

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the spendable that is replaceable, that has very little need financial value, something that the person probably won't even notice was taken away, they'll just assume that they lost it and they'll just get another one because it's really easy to acquire. In that area. If you wanted to get him his work, we just went and took it off a tree. You didn't have to go and buy it from you're not to go tell that person going to home alone to bring you some fun or or did you just went outside and just cut it off a tree? No one cares because the trees just carried them and they weren't the most of these trees are just

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their desert trees. They don't really even belong to anyone. But if something so something as he's saying, something as available as that, as cheap as that as easily replaceable is that something even that you take it consciously knowing that it's not yours and it belongs to someone else? That's it. This is about this is the seriousness with what with which oppression was addressed as in Islam. This is the degree of seriousness that the prophet is trained those who were with him to understand the concept of oppression, to see it as such to refuse it from themselves first, and then refuse it from everyone else second, and to know, on whose side they stood, whatever it occurred, whenever

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oppression occurred, they knew exactly what to do. And they made sure that they weren't inflicting that from themselves. And that was a priority for them because they were taught this by the prophet it is because the Quran teaches it because they learned

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even as something as simple as that.

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So Allah Allah you it was like you selling something worth this is our legacy colony. This is the legacy that we carry. Your Muslim this is your legacy here. This is what's yours. This is what you bought into. This is what you bought into maybe you didn't know this is what you this is what you signed up for you signed up for this when you said now you know in the law Mohammed was all you signed up for this. This is going this is the core value of your deen you refuse oppression in any form or manner, regardless of where it's coming from and you understand that your middle tianma The consequence of oppression

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is bitter, it's bitter. It's difficult and it's not like anything else is he? Is he here's the thing. You miss a prayer, you miss it. This is easily forgiven. Because you're dealing with a Rahim it was before Rama and he will forgive you. He looks forward to forgiving you. He wants to forgive you. He just He wants you to make a mistake so that you may turn to Him as if we're getting so he can forgive you. It's really that simple. But when it comes to some someone else's rights, he'll He may forgive his part of it. He told you not to oppress than you did. But who's going to forgive the right that you took from someone else? Allah, that's not fair for Him to forgive it.

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It's not fair for Allah to forgive something that happened to someone else. So he doesn't do that he leaves that alone. You have to get a person to forgive you for that. You have to understand how stingy human beings are with forgiveness. You have no idea you do look at yourself. How willing are you to forgive people when they mistreat you? How quickly do you forget something someone said to you that was negative. How many years or decades or centuries you carry with you the one thing that one person said that one time

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were very stingy. So if you crossed that line then and Allah suppose I take ticks This is that degree of seriousness.

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Here's how help and the hack of the abd

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when they come together it's a big deal. And that's what oppression is. Yeah, when email Muslim anti so Hey,

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Mama W Allahu Anhu con Barnaby your son Allahu Allah Who early he also had to sell them when Tata have family in bmes de vaca. Oh Jeb, Allahu Allahu Nara. Well Rama, la Hill, Jana Fallujah, rasool Allah, we're in Cana, che ne se our Carlos and aloha to you earlier some of them were in taglib and Iraq, so like Rasulullah sallallahu

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alayhi wa sallam