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AI: Summary © The importance of manners and etiquette in Islam is emphasized, along with surrendering one's own mind and avoiding giving complete surrender. The speaker emphasizes the need to be mindful of one's own actions and acknowledges one's worth. Patient mental health and trust are also emphasized. The importance of being confident in one's own abilities and not giving up on others is emphasized, along with acknowledging one's worth and knowing one's own limitations.
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Hi Nana decreto Ashok Rika has neighborhood attic

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and my bad

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so in sha Allah Today we start a new series, another Surah

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and it is Surah Al hydro right

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and we'll explain in sha Allah the meaning of Alhaji right in sha Allah when we come to the to the particular idea that mentions that word.

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So, to begin with this surah is a Surah that was revealed in Medina

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and he will get the sense of that because the surah will talk about manners and etiquettes

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and the occasions for which some of these ideas were revealed the NES baboon Rasool, as Babu Zoli bothered

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to do Lola and Amina and Medina. So the occasions of why some of these ayat were revealed will tell you that it is in Medina. So the entire Surah has the feel of a surah from Medina because it is dresses the believers and that is a characteristic of a surah in Medina addresses the believers. It talks about rulings.

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And what it refers to are incidents that happened in Medina.

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So this surah, as we said, in general, it has a lot of etiquettes adab manners. And these are related to how a Muslim is to deal with Allah with his prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam with the believers with the types of believers and what happens when there are conflicts between the believers, believers that you agree with believers that you disagree with? Believers will follow the path believers who don't. So it is important for us, because it has these series of adapters to absorb what it says and to follow it and to understand it.

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And the first Aya has the most important either

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because this is an adverb with Allah and His Messenger other his Salatu was Salam. And in it Allah azza wa jal says, Yeah, you have Latina airman or alert or Kadeem obeying the law he was SULI he was Takala

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in the Lucha semi on Aileen or you who have Iman do not put anything ahead of the messenger, the head of Allah and the messenger

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or do not step ahead of Allah and His messenger.

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What the hola hon have Taqwa of Allah? Indeed Allah is all hearing and all knowledgeable all knowing

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it begins with you. Are you Halina Eminonu you will find that repeated in the eye at so when you hear Yeah, you have Lavina Amma know what comes to your mind that Allah azza wa jal is alerting those who have Iman that follow what I'm going to tell you because of the Iman that you have.

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So if you call people by name by a designation meaning because of it, do this

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yeah, help it a lot one. All right. Yeah. Elaborate.

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Right. When the Muslims retreated in the Battle of Hunan and the prophets Allah Allah was sending was calling them to combat he called them each group by a designation oh the people have read one.

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The pledge of erode one meaning because of it remember, your special then listen.

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So yeah, you are Latina. ammonoid means that your iman should prompt you to do what follows listen to it carefully. If you have Iman, what follows concerns you what follows is for you. And if you follow it, you have Iman and if you have Eman, you follow it and if you don't follow it, what does that mean?

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That there's something wrong with the title that means that you're not deserving of it. So follow what Allah is going to tell you. So yeah, you under the Armindo. Some of us have I've said when you hear Yeah, you have Latina M and ofera. He has some acmin and listen to it carefully. Allah is talking to the believers. What does he want from us because of our iman, so he says Learn to cut d mu.

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By Anya de la he was solely wealthier kala tiene la docket demo by Anya de la hora SULI. So there are two clear art here. La to cut demo mean don't put forward

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letter cut demo, minimum and trim letter to cut demo, meaning you don't be ahead

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Learn to cut them off, don't put anything ahead and they actually complement each other. Right?

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So imagine yourself now, right so that we understand what this means.

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Imagine yourself now, visually right? Walking with the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Right?

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Where do you walk with? Do you walk beside Do you walk behind or do you walk in front?

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So either beside him

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or behind him, but none in front of them.

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Why? Because he LA is Salatu was Salam will tell you where to go, you don't tell him where to go. He will say say go right go left. He determines the speed. Right. So the destination and the speed are up to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam not up to us. So letter cut them who means don't step ahead. Lead to cut d mu.

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Okay. Cabul aroma Halluf LA to hurt the mother Maloof.

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So I'm inserting a little bit of Arabic based on a request and trial. Alright, so hopefully, you'd find that beneficial. Don't put what ahead of the Prophet is is that emitted

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led to cut the mother Marouf

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why? They say for two reasons. One, Allahu Alem. One to make it general. So that led to cut the mu che and AASA income, don't put anything anything ahead of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam meaning any saying any action, any thought any preference, that shouldn't be ahead.

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Another saying or another hour according to another way of reading it. Law to cut the meaning the mere act of putting anything is prohibited regardless of what their thing is, the mere act of putting anything ahead of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam that is prohibited. So what is it that we're talking about here before we even talk about the reason why these Iots were revealed? Meaning before the prophet tells you this is halal, and this is haram. Don't go ahead and say this is halal. And this is haram until he tells you

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before he tells you this is right and this is wrong. Don't have the prejudgment that this is right and this is wrong.

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Right. Before he fasts, don't fast. So some of the stuff in that the first theory they said says that some people wanted to fast before the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. But they told them no, the Prophet did not fast yet meaning Ramadan. So wait until he fast and then you fast, or they wanted to slaughter before the Prophet alayhi salatu salam wanted to slaughter and eat, and they say you wait until he slaughters and then you slaughter.

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So that is a general rule, meaning that in all areas of the Sharia, you do not know what is right and what is wrong, what is acceptable and what is not until the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam tells you add to it that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam is wiser and more pious, and more compassionate and merciful and more aware of the consequences of all everything, then you are. So why are you prompting him? Why are you suggesting and why are you proposing and why are you opposing? If you truly believe that Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam is a prophet of Allah.

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So let's look at the Mobile Bay nya de la He was holy, don't put anything ahead of Allah and the messenger and the insertion of Allah azza wa jal here, even though this is in reference to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam is to indicate that what

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a number others Rasulillah he came out of the tea law he has.

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If you oppose the Prophet, you're opposing Allah zodion If you're putting a hit something ahead of the Prophet, you're putting it ahead of Allah azza wa jal, because who tells you what Allah wants from you. There's only one who's that the prophet that is Salatu was Salam. So being a de meaning in the hands of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam, if you're sitting if you're listening,

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understand that you're also between the hands of Allah zodion, who is revealing to the Prophet what to do, and what to say. So honor the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam by following his footsteps, not your own right, and elevating his preferences more than your own and valuing his judgment more than your room. So let them be failing over Colin Hatta difficult and you do

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Don't put anything ahead of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam in terms of actions in terms of sayings, and in terms of a thought, even a thought shouldn't come before the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam.

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Don't value yourself as some of the people of Tafseer have said, Don't think so much of yourself that you think that you have, what he does not have or you thought of what he did not think of, or you have knowledge of what he was not taught. Right.

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Now,

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this is and then Allah azza wa jal when he says what took Allah who didn't have Topo of Allah azza wa jal to stop you from doing this. Put a block between you and the anger of Allah azza wa jal, so you're never ahead of him. Alayhi Salatu was Salam, to avoid Allah's Anger, to avoid going astray? And then he said, In the loss, I mean, Allah, Allah knows what you say,

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and I believe he know what you intend.

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Now, there is a story

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that indicates the reason why this end the following area, was reveal, not telling you that story. But before we go into that story, this particular area led to him obeying the law, he was truly he is an extremely important

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because anyone who innovates anything in Islam, and indeed violated this idea, right? That is, if you say that this Salah is good, this dua is good, this dhikr is good.

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And the Prophet alayhi salatu salam did not legislate it, and did not command it.

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Then in effect, what are you saying?

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I know more than he does.

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This is Annie albida The cartoon by Anya de la hora SULI. If something is innovated, what are you doing? It says it should it's better this way. And the Prophet did not say that. But you say it's better this way as if the prophet is walking and you say let's take right and he says no straight and you say right is better.

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Okay, this is stepping over the limit. So anybody in belief anybody out a bit of a in action. If you say to something that is halal, It's haram, or haram. It's halal. That's overstepping. Right?

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If you prefer something over the Sharia intellectually or emotionally, that's overstepping, and putting something ahead of Allah and head of the messenger Alayhi Salatu was Salam because you think that your intellect knows better

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and that your emotions know better than the old knowing.

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So this ayah demands from us a complete surrender to Allah subhanho wa taala.

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Now, some on the intellectual side, who have you know, historically, Muslims, they've said,

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if there is a contradiction between the mind and the Sharia, we will begin to give reference to the mind over the Sharia. Feign lameness. Elderly Katha in nakina kono kata cada Hanafi dalla Ji luckily meaning that if we don't if if in the appearance of conflict between the Sharia and my mind, meaning I read something in the Quran, I read something in the Sunnah. To my mind, it doesn't make sense.

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So I then have to give preference according to them, to my mind, do you tell them why it says because my mind led me to know Allah, and to believe in Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam and to believe in Islam. So if I compromise the integrity of my mind, it means that it what had led me to is also compromised. You understand what they're saying? Meaning it led me to Islam, if I'm saying that my mind is incompetent, that now it does not know enough means even it's leading me to Islam become suspect, as well. So I always have to give preference to my mind over a preference to the Sharia. That is a very fancy argument from the past people today are not as smart as the people in

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the past, if they just give preference to their minds without this, you know, having to justify it as the people in the past did. So how do you respond to this even if a person knew a crystal him if my mind disagrees and my mind led me to Islam? Is my mind incompetent? Is he understand the limits of your mind? Right? And that it is in some areas, very competent in another area. It's very incompetent, right? Even in the dunya, you know, a lot, but then there's an A

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area that you come to and then you say what? I don't know. Right? Or you or you make a judgment and you discover that that judgment is wrong and false and disastrous. That is a limitation. So your mind

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led you to believe that Allah azza wa jal is their led you to believe that Muhammad Ali is Salatu was Salam is a prophet of Allah and a messenger right? led you to believe that the Quran is a divine revelation. Once it had told you all of these things, does it not tell you also to surrender to them? Because they have what you do not have? Yeah.

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That Allah will tell you things that are beyond your mind.

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You may right, it tells you something that is beyond your mind. But if you put your mind as a judge over what Allah tells you, what does that mean that you believe in your mind? You don't really believe in Allah Zewde if you say to him, Medallia salatu salam, I'll follow you, as long as I understand what you're telling me, then what does that mean?

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If you don't believe in him as a prophet of Allah, if you don't believe in yourself, you're still the center, Allah is not the center.

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The Prophet alayhi salam is not the center. Remember, we just finished the story of Musa Anil Hubbard, how many things Musa did not understand. But he said, What there's a reason just go with him, there's a reason but go. So your mind will fail you at some point. So if your mind is the center and you in your emotions and your experience, you're the center, you are definitely will put yourself ahead of Allah and the messenger, la Zlatoust. Right.

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So this area is also important for everybody who grows up or who lives or is educated in the West.

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Why is that because when you reside, you grew up, you're educated in it,

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it gives you certain advantages, right? There's no denying that. But it also gives you severe disadvantages. Because any culture or any any system of knowledge, right, is a mold.

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And it gives you certain facts, and is based on those pre pre support peer suppose facts, you start to think and frame and see the world around you.

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So the way that you understand Islam,

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if you grew up in the West, or you're educated, or you spent a lot of time here, and you're absorbing what people believe and how they think you're at a severe disadvantage, until you rid yourself of that mold, and surrender to Allah and His Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So you will see us in the West, right?

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understanding Islam or practicing Islam, in western minds, with Western sensibilities, with Western notions,

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but not until

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you actually really surrendered to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam and you say, I'll wait for you to teach me what is right and what is wrong. Okay, from the beginning, from the basics from the foundations. Okay, so I'm not speaking Islam with an accent. Right now I'm speaking Islam, right from within.

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I'm not importing Islam and then mixing it with something else but from within. So, notions of progress notions of freedom, notions of individualism, right? All these things. Okay, you need to understand or investigate how much of that agrees with Islam and how much it doesn't. Right. So when you find people, right, very individualistic in their understanding of the Sharia.

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Freedom oriented in their understanding of the Sharia, the culture, the manners, right. You wonder then how much have we surrendered to Allah and the Prophet? And how much do we put ahead of them in terms of what we like what we grew up with?

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And our own intellect and our own personal likes. So here this idea is important law to cut the medina Yeah, de la hora. Somebody

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wait to hear what he says. And then you listen, and there is a story behind it.

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That was to do Benny Tamim. A delegation from Beirut me came to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And before they came, or once upon the upon the arrival of a worker was sitting there, Omar Radi Allahu Anhu. Omar was sitting there next to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So I went back and said Amir Ali him Phoolan it says appoint so on so as their leader, Accra oral kaka someone like that. So Rebecca said Amira him put Sephora and as the leader for Carla

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Omar Belen melphalan Omar said no put so and so as the leader. So Abu Bakr said my aura Illa philosophy, he says Abu Bakr he says you only gonna want to disagree with me. Omar said I don't want to disagree with me with you. So they started to argue and the voices went up. And they started to shout at each other in the presence of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So Allah azza wa jal says in the next area, here are your Levine Amanullah for us water confirm basalt in a V, while at the jolla who will call Oh, you have Iman, don't raise your voices above the voice of the Prophet. And he is Salatu was Salam.

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So this incident is important. Let's understand it because there's a couple of benefits that are in it.

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Someone when they hear this?

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They may say to themselves, well, how could write it may come to your mind? Maybe not. They say how could a worker and Omar Radi Allahu Anhu Ma, right, raise their voice in the presence of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam in such a way? Does that not include it mean indicate disrespect or this or that? And here's here's the clincher and if I were there, I would never do this. Right? Like the piety of us. All right, some but sometimes it comes to your mind or if I was there, I would never do this right. And of course you know that that's false, right? That's really false piety. Right? First of all understand that it's not a requisite it's not a condition of a whether you have Allah azza wa

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jal to be complete and perfect all the time. Right. So what do you have Allah a Sadiq and we'll head death. This is a subject animal had the best to in the OMA after the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. It's not a condition if they were to be that in the or that that they be flawless. It's not the case. It's enough that their mistakes their oversights drown in the sea of good deeds that they've done. Right? Yanni. alioli EULA here Zoda. Lisa, I'm in shuffle here and you're gonna Matsuyama while I can, and you're gonna end the homeless saga at Maya the ofii Buhari, Hassan it, this is what it is.

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So up, you know, a companion of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam if you hear that sometimes they got angry. Sometimes they did this thumped IV that they're human beings and they do this. It happens. But the difference is what difference how they react to it afterwards. And how much how fast they repent. And how that incidents make them better people. That is the difference. So Omar Radi Allahu Anhu. Right. Carla Fergana, either head data rasool Allah is Allah Allahu Allah, he was a lemma badda min, you had these who had dyestuff him who? Yeah, and he wouldn't be loud next to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And we'll wait till the Prophet asked him. And if he were to talk

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or speak to the prophet, He would be whispering to him.

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Right because that there is a limit here, you will see in the ayah. And he didn't want to even approach that limit of raising his voice above the voice of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So either the Prophet inquires from Omar about something then he talks or if he speaks, he speaks with a whisper like voice and that is how they are different. And if you want to understand that Taqwa overwhelm Bakr and Omar Radi Allahu Anhu just think about all the times that they went and fought with the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam or were beside his beside him all the time that they gave money for his sake, for the sake of Allah azza wa jal upon the request of the Prophet alayhi salaatu

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wa salaam, all the times that they this and this, and this and that and you understand their sacrifice. If you and I, we're at that time, right? We would be among the people who would fight next to him and give their money and do this or that. Allah knows best. Right? But maybe Allah saved us, right? Because I think we will probably be leaning in between those Sahaba and the hypocrites, Allah well.

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So may Allah Azza transceivers, so no false piety. You look at that and you think you could do better. No one could do better than a mobikin Omar, but it's natural and it happens. Right? So here Allah azza wa jal, he says, again, yeah, are you Halina? Ermanno

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so why the repetition again? They say that because you also need to listen this again.

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Pay attention, you could do the meaning right? You could just leave it and just introduce the verb.

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But no, yeah, you're Latina. armano meaning Yeah, hello, Iman is not Athenian. And Timon Matsuda gonna be harder. We intend you or people of Eman. This is for you. So listen to it and pay attention again.

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because if you have email and you will follow what follows

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what follows his letter for our swatter confirmed consulting? Maybe you don't raise your voices above the voices of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam ala jolla who Bill cold and don't be loud when talking to him, like your love to each other.

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Or also it could be interpreted and don't talk to him casually like you talk to each other. Meaning Don't call him Yeah, Mohamed

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but call him Jana be Allah hiya rasool Allah, right? Not casually,

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and Tabitha are Maluku Allah Tabitha Anna Docomo, Kurata and Tabata Amma LUCAM. So don't do this, unless your DS will go in valid while you do not know.

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So

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don't raise your voices above the voice of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. That includes what happened with Abu Bakr and Omar will the Allahu Akbar Noma and includes also an incident that

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follow it will be in

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a number four of people who are

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crying out and calling the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam it covers actually both. So don't raise your voices of of his voice, meaning when he speaks, his voice should be the loudest. And that tells you a

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few things. One, a respect that should be given to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam in His presence. That is you only raise your voice, right? When you think that you're important, or more important than the person sitting next to you as important as or more important than, right. That's usually typically when you raise your voice, right?

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So if you're in the presence of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and you believe that he's better than you and knows more than you, why would you raise your voice?

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You could suggest you could recommend you could ask but you're not better and you don't know any better at not even his equal. So why would you raise his voice above the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So here, a person needs to see himself next to the prophets, Allah Allah was salam as inferior, and only then would lowering that voice makes sense. So it tells you a couple of things one, and added a man or two double mouth Rasulillah he for that fact was water confirmed kasoti Anyhow, this is how you should speak and behave next to a prophet of Allah, who hears Allah's revelation and Allah talks to this is how you should be and also don't think of yourself as an equal

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or having as much value as he does. So that your voice should be allowed is always should be lower. So you see if you go to visit a king, who's powerful how you talked to him, right? How you're supposed to speak to your parents, his house also should be because there's a rank there's a difference, so should never be in a position of an equal.

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And it continues here will Etheridge hula hoop will Holika Haribhau the community Bob La Jolla who will code meaning don't be allowed. Right? Don't be loud.

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But if we want to say that this the continuation of the idea carries another meaning in addition to it also emphasizing the first part, let your ruler who will code also as we said could mean don't be casual when you speak to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So he is who Rasulullah so don't call on me. I will have an idea about Qasim right. But rather Yara Zulu Allah, he is gonna be Allah. Right? To honor him in that title. So why is it that we should do this, don't raise your voices. And don't be casual when speaking to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So he said subhanho wa Taala and the habitat marucho. Aly Allah Tabata, Maluku so that your actions your deeds don't go invalid,

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they don't become invalid while you do not know. Say, Well, how could the deeds my deeds become invalid when I do this? So if you look Ethier said because if you do this

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and you anger the Prophet alayhi salatu was Saddam who becomes angry with you?

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Allah azza wa jal right. So if you anger the Prophet with this misbehavior, lack of manners and consideration, then Allah azza wa jal becomes angry with you. So that is a reason.

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Another said that that hobo Tala animal yeah annual cough.

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They said that the invalidation of a deed is disbelief. This is what it is.

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But hear that if you do this

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and you continue to do it over and over and over, it's gonna breed into a disregard for the Prophet alayhi salatu salam,

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right. That is eventually it leaves a person to adopt a position of disbelief to become a disbeliever. Not immediately,

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not immediately, not in the first instance that it happens. But if they disrespect the Prophet this way, this is how they talked to him. This is how they address him. So they don't esteem Him. They don't respect him. And they continue to do this, it will breed what is going to grow inside the heart is what

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a disrespect and a disregard for the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam our her the hypothalamic, this is how the deeds will be invalid, because the only thing that invalidates deeds completely is Gopher,

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right?

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Or if we say as the first saying that this is a sin, then a sin can validate some good deeds. How? Because it will counterbalance them. Right? That is, if a person goes give sadaqa and then steals,

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follow. So these things do what they kind of cancel each other. So you could say you have invalidated your deed in a sense of what that you've done something good, but now you took it away from yourself. So that's an invalidation. How the hobble to Amman unless you repent, then your deed is saved. So well the thing that invalidates everything is

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partially some sins do right

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now, in Adobe Rahim, Allah Allah He said, Well, Hermeto rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Maha en ca Hurmati Hema Yatta

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the sanctity

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that belongs to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam alive, is like that when he's dead.

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Right? It's like that when he's dead. Because you could say, well, how do we apply this today? When they are around the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Yes, absolutely. But how do you apply this today and the prophets of Allah Selim had passed away, right? So if you were to visit the masjid in Medina, and you go to see salaam to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam there, you will notice that they have written this ayah letter for swatter confer assault in the be, Don't raise your voice about the voice of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, so that is in around the grave of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam you're also supposed to observe this.

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You're not allowed.

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You don't climb or you don't shout, but rather, you lower your voice, like he was there earlier. Salatu was Salam alive,

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that that is the edit that you should feel. And in fact, this goes to include the masjid

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of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. So UModel the Allahu Anhu once they were two men, loud, arguing in the masjid meaning Mr. Du Rasulullah Salallahu salam for Halloween Aina and tumor. Haha let me know if he says where are you from? They said we are from a Thrive cart. Hello coutume I mean, Adaline Medina de la hoja Tacoma. It says if you're from the people of Medina, I would hit you until you are hurt. Because you don't raise your voice in the house in the midst of Rasul Allah, he's a lawyer, right?

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So that includes the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam as well. That also includes right

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the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was

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for kala mu, either to Leah were either Korea Camilla who Jaco,

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and Eva the prophets if someone is sitting and reading the Hadith of the Prophet sallahu wa salam in a halacha in a steady circle in a hotbar in a lesson and whatever, right? It's as if the Prophet alayhi salatu salam himself is speaking.

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And then you we raise our voices, or we turn away that is like we have raised our voices against his voice or we turned away from him and he Salatu was Sinha. So you we need to honor the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was ALLAH and don't simply like sing the praises of the love of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam without reading His words.

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What does it mean to love him on a Salatu was Salam the these things mean? Love. These things mean respect, meaning you don't innovate anything beyond what He commanded? You don't go against his message. As we said before, it's not loving II

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Sally his salam to say that He's the Son of God.

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Because then you would be telling him you've lied in your message.

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You would mean, we don't want that to make sense to you. If you're telling ASA names ASA is saying, in the Abdullahi rasuluh I am the servant of Allah and His messenger. You tell him no, you're the Son of God. That's respect.

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You're telling him you're lying. Right? No respect is to say yes to what he said. And no to what he said. Right? No to what he said no to and yes to what he said to.

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So for the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. It includes what if you love him? Then you have a book.

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That is his Hadith, and you read from it.

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And then you learn it, and you memorize it, and you follow it. That's what his love is, but nasheeds

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Come on, right? This is, you know, this is the job of the foolish. You think that you've done your job when you listen to and read about oil, Mohammed, Mohammed, right? And then the sheet is over. It hasn't changed anything in you. You may feel a little bit nicer, right? But it just hasn't changed anything in you. You haven't learned anything new, very superficial, you know, knowledge but you don't know the Prophet alayhi salatu. So, if you love him, you have a book in his Shama elites description in his Sierra, in his sayings, and you read, that's what it means you follow his sunnah.

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Let's take a couple of

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DAB here, right that extend also beyond the company of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam for a first remember when we said walking with Where do you walk next to the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam or ahead or not? That also we could extend it to walking next to your elders, your parents and people of knowledge? Any minute? let them share mr. Murray, DECA. Well, I mean, among women who are sitting there, I said no mean koala mom and who are alimony. I mean, I'll adopt from Adam, that if you're walking with your parents, you don't, you don't walk ahead of them.

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That's part of honoring them. Unless they want you you're gonna go and open a door for them or something like that. But you don't walk ahead of a person is older than you you don't walk ahead.

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Respect is beside or behind. And the same thing of a person is more knowledgeable than you you don't walk ahead. That's the respect that you give to people. Right?

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off it was salty, being loud. In Islam. What is the man are usually is to lower your voice. While it would mean celtica Right, as it's gonna say in the next area. What does it mean? celtica Lower your voice in Nevada, la Swati la Soto hamir. The most heinous and awful of sounds is the sound of donkeys meaning they could be loud. I mean, if you're talking about loud, here's something that is loud, but it is that desirable. So again, this is this is a cultural thing. It varies from one area to the other, but at the same time, subject your culture to Islam. Why are you so loud?

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Why are you so loud? What is it that you need to convey to be allowed if you're giving a heartbeat aloud? If you're in Jihad then be allowed? But elsewhere? Why are you so loud when you talk when you joke when you're walking down the street? Why are you so loud? No, lower your voice. Lower your voice that is the edip that you're supposed to have especially in the houses of Allah azza wa jal, but also outside male and female you notice this.

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Males are sometimes loud and then you stylish that females are also loud. And that should be the opposite. Right? So preserve your high up preserve your dignity and don't be loud when you speak right.

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And subhanAllah here,

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another manner here. This is comes from a Shafi Rahim Allah.

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Somebody was kind of debating and arguing with him and his voice started to rise.

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He said, Say the truth and whisper because being loud does not make you more cogent in your argument. Something like that. Meaning that have a cogent meaning a real argument with evidence and whisper that would be enough. But being loud does not make you more Right.

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Right? So keep that in mind the next time you want to argue with someone especially at home and you think that to prove your point you need to be loud.

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Does that add anything to your argument? Oh, now I can see your point since you shouted, now I can understand what you're saying. Not Does that make sense? It's the same argument. You just shouting it.

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It doesn't change anything. But he says what? Think about what you want

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To say present the proof and whisper, you're powerful then. But the sign of the week is that they need to shout.

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If you need to shout then you're weak because you don't have anything else with you. You just shouting. I'm right. You'd see on people, social media and on TV and whatever how they shout at each other. It didn't get anything from that. But they shot because there's it's just empty. But if you really know what you're saying, You don't need to shout. So that's another add up to keep in mind that is we're saying it's an extension

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of what we've heard so far. Then Allah azza wa jal says and he continues with this in the Latina will donate a swag to him Endora su De La he hola Ecole de nom de Han Allahu Luba homelet taqwa

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in the Lydian al Dona wallhack de who are naxal. Indeed those who lower their voices

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next to the Prophet, thanks to the Messenger of Allah alayhi salatu salam, these are the ones whom Allah has tested their hearts,

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to establish Dakhla in them

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or had purified their hearts to put taqwa in them or he knows that there is dukkha in them all of that is applicable, they will have forgiveness and a great reward from Allah azza wa jal. So Allah azza wa jal here, after saying to people don't do this, and don't do that he wanted to explain to them that those who will follow what is it that they get and why is it that they follow what Allah has said? So those who after they hear this

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and they lower their voices so when they speak to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Right? Now Oh, yeah. Okay, one difference which I forgot to mention, when it says here in the eye, and number two will attach your hula hoop will only the difference between it being a data Jehovah letter fo. They say one additional kind of layer of meaning is letter follow says Don't raise your voice above. Letter Juro says don't be equal in the invoice, right? So lower, so one is established don't go higher. The other one says don't be the same. Meaning is always lower. Your voice is always lower. So here, this one when it says those who lower their voices next to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was

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Salam and have listened to them to Allah. These Allah had tested their hearts

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so that they will have taqwa in them. So Allah commanded them, and that command entered their hearts. And they decided to follow and they said yes, despite feeling otherwise, any other urges that they have. They said, Yes, we will do that. Because of that Allah tested the heart with that command and that heart required Taqwa because of it.

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So this tells you that Allah azza wa jal tests the heart.

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So into Hannah, and if Tabara fitna, something will come to your heart, a command from Allah azza wa jal to do something.

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The heart will tell you know, it's difficult,

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or I like something else.

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Or I don't feel like doing it or or meaning that the heart will object to it. Right.

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So here the heart has an option you're struggling with you either follow Allah or you follow yourself or you follow somebody else that you love. Who has inhabited your heart anyway, the heart is the battle arena here. So if you follow Allah azza wa jal, Allah purifies your heart from attachments, from enslavement from weakness, for love that harms you, and purifies it fire that empty hand meaning Allah as total as if you put something and you wash it, and you get it out and it's clean and now it has space for Taqwa. Because you've made this space for Dakhla. You said I listened to Allah more than this person. Allah more than me, Allah more than my habit Allah more

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than my mind Allah more than my likes Allah more than my addictions Allah more than my family Allah more than this, this this this, then your heart now has freed itself.

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So Allah expands it for Taqwa to enter and when Taqwa enters, then you could follow the commands of Allah azza wa jal. So Allah will test the hearts. So that test does not only come to the body, the test mainly is about the heart.

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Right? Yeah, the body struggles. Well, I kinergy SMA turbo only. And it's always secondary to the heart. You're always being tested in the heart. So Allah azza wa jal tests the heart. So always go back and ask Allah azza wa jal for taqwa and ask Allah azza wa jal for support and insight and strength, because the heart is always being

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tested and is always making choices every single day to go in very different directions and sometimes right and sometimes wrong. So if Allah tests your heart and you make the right choice Eman is strong. And it continues to be stronger the more that you make the right choices, then obedience is easier. And listening to Allah's commands make sense and they are easier. And the Quran is easier. And you think about the next life more than this dunya because the heart has that capacity when the heart does not have it, and it's inhabited by different masters and different loves in different attachments. The words of Islam or the commands of Allah don't make as much sense. A

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batter is heavy, right? It does not call to you, it does not motivate you. So

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understand the,

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the dilemma of the heart and understand the test of the heart and understand that it needs your attention and it needs your support.

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So if you find your heart suffering, if you find your heart

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under anxiety or the pressure of anxiety, depression or weakness, whatever it is, the stand that it is being tested, and it needs to make the right choices. So rescue your heart.

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Right, and pray to Allah as though to rescue your heart so that it has a permanent place of Taqwa in it then the rest of the law as O'Dell is easier. So those people because they decided we will listen. Allah azza wa jal gave them taqwa and give them space in their hearts for it. And he says they have forgiveness. What a drone Aleem and a great reward.

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Then Allah azza wa jal says

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in Alladhina, Yuna do Nakamura in her jurati exaro, Himalaya Clune

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those who are calling you from behind the hill gerat Most of them are foolish or have little minds are unwise.

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And this is in reference to the delegates. Okay, that used to come to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, this in reference to one particular delegate from the Buddha mean, they came to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam.

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And at the time that they came in was a time of rest. So the Prophet was in his hotel, right, so what is the hell gerat? So the home of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam, right? And each one of his homes is made up of one room, like one single room

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and there is a small yard after

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outside so the one room which is you know, complete room with walls and a ceiling, and then you step out and there's a little yard that is fenced, right. Okay, and there is no roof to it. And it is fun that that there is a door that the prophets always send them would exit to go to the masjid. Right, so there'd be the room, the Hydra, the Hydra, and you exit from there. So what is fenced without a roof is a Hydra

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and several of them are called hydro rot.

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Right? Several of them are called hydro rot. So some May at Hydra Leanna Hotjar because it's fenced, that's why it's called Hydra k there is something that separates between you and them.

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So that is what is called hijra, right. So the prophets Allah wa Salam is resting they come and they want to see him and they want to see him now and they are bedwin so they're start say, calling on him yelling from outside the hood right outside the dwelling place. Ya Mohamed come out, yeah, Mohammed Co Op and we want to talk to you, right?

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So Allah azza wa jal says, Those who are calling you yelling like that, at you calling him by his name like that from behind the 100. Most of them have no intellect foolish. And he said, subhanho wa Taala what our norms about who had rajai Lay him like Anna here on the home, and if they were to be patient until you came out to them, it would have been better for them. Hola Hola. foto Rahim and Allah azza wa jal is Forgiving and Merciful.

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So of course, they liked these manners, and understanding the state of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam and the respect that is owed to him. So Allah revealed this so that they and everybody else understands how do you deal with the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, and that you do not address him and you don't deal with him like you deal with anybody else. So you don't call him by his names and you don't yell at him from behind when he's asleep or resting, demanding that he should come out and speak to you immediately but rather you wait for him

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And that is the virtue of patients with leech, which they did not have what Oh, anon Sabado if they were patient enough, that until you came out to them, that would be better, better for them in the dunya and better for them in the era better for them because then they would have respected the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam better, because then the prophet would give them what they want, without angering him without testing his patience, and without angering Allah subhanho wa taala. And also because it would teach them patience, and there are appropriate times and places for you to get what you want. So it tells you that right and this is a virtue in Sharia also. Patience, right?

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Patience. This is not something that is common today. But we need to learn patience, and we need to know that we need to slow down that if Allah azza wa jal commands you to be patient at particular times, then you need to be patient at those times. Patient in Salah so you don't rush patient in the Quran, so you don't rush patients and heal helping people so you don't rush because everything else is teaching you impatience. So you want to come to the masjid but you don't have you have no patience to learn. No patience to sit in the hotbar no patience to sit and learn the Quran. Well, how are you going to learn anything if there is no patience? So if you were to see Muhammad Ali

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Salatu was Salam. What would you say? Come and teach me right now answer my questions right now. I need to know this right now. He tells you this is not the time to know and this is not the time to learn. Wait. So you need to not learn how to wait until it's the right time. Right? So patience is needed in Sharia. When things don't go your way and you say I'll wait till Allah azza wa jal replaces this hardship with ease. I'll wait till Allah azza wa jal teaches me this, the wisdom behind the suffering the wisdom behind that loss. I'll wait till I understand the wisdom of this command or the wisdom of the behind that prohibition I'll wait. But patience mean that you defer to

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Allah azza wa jal and the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So that it is their time that determines what you learn it is their schedule, if you can call it that, that determines when you know and what you know, not you. So again, we're not the center, Allah azza wa jal is, it's not like we're in the middle, and everybody else and everything else is orbiting around us. You tell me what I need to know at this moment. And you make sense to me and you give me what I want. And I'm at the center, because the world only make sense if it revolves around me. No, we are revolving around Islam. Right? And we're fortunate enough if Allah azza wa jal accepts our good and forgives the bad that we

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do. So Allah azza wa jal here said, a thorough Himalaya, you know, most of them have no minds, meaning, yes, right. They're human beings, and they have minds. And if you talk to them, they will understand what you're saying. But what does it mean to have apple?

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It's not simply an IQ, right? Alcohol is not an IQ, meaning if I present you with a math problem, or I tell you to present you with a psychological analysis Attila, do you understand? You see, I understand this just IQ comprehension. Alcohol is not this. Alcohol is the ability to know right from wrong, and then do it.

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Follow? That's alcohol.

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That's Akalis not IQ. So you can have somebody who's really smart, so that at times you say, how could a person be so smart, and yet have such such stupid ideas? It could be this smart but you can see this? Because they are not related? Right? Even in Islam in the history of Islam. If you see some of the people who are philosophers,

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and mortar Zilla, they're smart people really smart, great and language, great and thinking great insights smart. But it doesn't mean that they have ACLED necessarily.

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So alcohol means that Why do you stop yourself from doing something foolish?

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And you hold on to what helps you? This is the alkyl where does it come from? And in mania till alpha liminal, a call. You know what a call is? When you try something? You remember the hadith of prophets I listen with the camel Aquila, with our kill, tie it

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and then have to work on this is the a call when you tie something so why is it called the Archon this feature in you why why is it called Uncle because it ties you from doing something stupid stops you so as if it ties you from running away. This is what akal is. So if you have a mind that knows right from wrong, and then you follow it then you have often if you have a mind that knows right from wrong, but you don't

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Follow it you have no Aki. So Akira Himalaya Clune the like that ability

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because if they know who he is they wouldn't talk to him like that and if they know that they could talk to him later they would be patient but Subhan Allah Allah zodion says well Allah who is a photo Rahim

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maybe we'll take one more I will see you

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then Allah oxygen says yeah you have Levine Amen.

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So that is what number what this is one by one number two number. I mean the I in number six, but it is number three. Yeah, you Hello, Dina. Amen. Right. And this is dealing now right with other Muslims. All right, but who may not be on the straight and narrow?

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Yeah, you Alladhina amanu. So again, meaning if you have Iman, your Eman should make you wise enough.

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intelligent enough to observe the following injury or confessor combinable.

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If a facet of a rebellious person, meaning a sinner,

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if a sinner comes to you with news

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further by, you know,

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then investigated make sure that it is true for Debian or Fedora 18 fatha. Two, there's another camera that SR Thurber two and 232 is the same as the bay you know, except that it adds to it the meaning of Be patient before you judge. So there's an additional meaning of patience and ITAR if right, so yeah, you will live in Amman, Oh, do you have Iman, if a sinner comes to you with a noose then investigate it and be patient. Unless meaning if you believe Him unless you might harm people without an intention ignorantly and you will regret what you have done. That is if you take and you accept what they say without verification, you may likely go and hurt people unintentionally with

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ignorance, for to be who and then you will start to be regretful for what you have done. Here it says that there is a story again, that tells us why this was revealed. Well, Allahu Allah, right. And that story is that the prophets, Allah, Allah was in them once since a man

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he sent him to collect this occur.

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So when he wanted to go and bring this occur in the middle somewhere, he got scared.

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He didn't want to continue. So he comes back to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And he said those people did not want to give Zika right?

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The people, those people on the other end, right, the person who was supposed to collect this account of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam said, Where is the messenger of the Messenger of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. He's not here, he's late. And I'm afraid that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salam is angry with us. Better what do we do what we collect it and we go and we deliver it. So when they went on a journey to Medina along the way before they enter Medina, they see some horseman riding in their direction. They say to the horseman, where are you going? He says, we're going to you. They say, why are you going to us? He says, because the messenger of the Messenger of

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the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam came back and he said that you wanted to kill him, and he didn't want to give Zika they say, we'll never met him. So they go to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. And the Prophet said, call him and act as a cat. What would he do? Kotla Rasool li he says, Do you want it to not be this occur? And he wanted to kill my messenger that I'm sending to you. He said, I've never seen him. He didn't come to us. So Allah azza wa jal revealed this, right? Allah azza wa jal revealed this, that is you can receive news.

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But then whether you accept it or reject it depends on the person who is delivering that news to you. And that is an edit that is if you were to apply it, it would serve you well, especially today. Yeah, you're Latina Ahmed, who because of your Eman, be smart enough so that if a person comes to you and he is faster, faster is a sinner.

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So opposite, the fastest is an idle, a reliable person who's Muslim that you trust. He comes and he tells you something. And you know when to be honest and trustworthy. What happens Do you accept or reject? You accept? Somebody comes and tells you and he's honest, you've tested him.

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He's pious.

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He comes and tells you something horrible ugly. Maqbool.

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A trustworthy person. If he narrates something, if he tells you something, you accept that that's how we operate because they trust you. The fastest if he comes the sinner if he comes in, he reports something What do you do with it? Do you accept it? Do you reject it? What do you do? You have reasons to suspect that what he says is false and reason

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isn't to suspect that what he says is true. So what do you do? He says for Tobiano oferta Berto, meaning you have to investigate right now and you have to make sure on its own it's insufficient at the same time on its own you don't have sufficient evidence to reject it.

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What I can yeah Bihar Touka bathy,

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Yanni Hubbard will first city a bath Oka al bathy. Well, that is him. So the news that comes to you from the sinner prompts you to investigate, but you're not sure until you figure out and somebody says I had some 100 M, they said, well, fiscal year two, but they say the fiscal kind of sinning, okay, can can be divided. So a person who is a sinner here and may lie about this may not lie about other things. So you may accept him here, but not there. Right.

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Anyway, I don't know if that's very useful today. But it tells you that you need to be sure

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before you accept anything, if it's coming from suspect sources.

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Because if not, you're going to adopt positions, you will say words, you will actually commit actions that will cause you regret, you will say things that you can take back. If you listen to a problem from one side, but not the second what happens, you will always side with this person but not the other. Not until you listen to both sides.

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And that is very useful today. Because most of what you hear is coming from suspect sources. Right? Everything that you hear from the news

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is mostly slanted, mostly obscure, mostly one sided, incomplete, serving an agenda, whatever you want to say about it complete lies and fabrications, almost complete lies and fabrications. It's almost the opposite of what is happening.

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Right? It's almost the opposite. That is if Subhanallah is as if if you wanted to kind of to flip the narrative, a piece of news. And you want to change good, bad, bad, good, right? The news would actually be more accurate if you switch it 180 degrees. So the hero is the villain and the villain is the hero. It's actually more accurate than what they're reporting. So that tells you that and it's really important. Whatever news you hear, verify it and don't believe it just because you hear not just because a news

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agency or a newsroom or report that that's the world as it is.

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It's false. Right.

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So

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in the end, the fiscal there is fiscal that is Cofer, although that's not what is intended here. There is fiscal that is all the way to go for and there is fiscal that is simply disobedience. Here what is meant by it is disobedience, that the person is still Muslim, but as disobedient. So if we are suspect of a sinner who reports news to us, what about a non Muslim who reports things to us? So you have to be confident before you judge and confident before you believe anything, and receive it with suspicion. And don't believe everything that you hear. In fact, as I said, if you switch it it probably is closer to the truth then and this is probably maybe it let's meet Should we stop here?

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You guys have questions?

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Anyone asked? Because I'd rather take questions rather than continuous special HS 1050 So let me let me pause here Insha Allah, we'll come to it insha Allah next week, I'll connect this ayah to the ayah that follows Inshallah, so

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we stopped that is six

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so

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my question was the story of

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like, what if someone were to use the example that other college uses? So my share has knowledge, some special knowledge and they use this as an example so how can we help?

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Exactly Luffy Good, good question. So he's saying that if somebody wants to use the story of Musa Anil Hadith Allah Hema Salaam and he says that my share has special knowledge that nobody else has, might have access to it. And they based practice and believes based on that knowledge as well. We said okay, first of all, we introduced the disagreement when it came to Al Hadith, that he's a prophet or not, and that the preference of some scholars that he is a prophet of Allah, including ignore hijab so no huddle as calling Rahim Allah prefers the opinion that he's a prophet of Allah, Allah, Allah Allah Sinha. And the reason we explained why the reason why the evidence that they saw

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that he is a prophet of Allah.

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We see first of all,

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Well if he's a prophet of Allah, let's assume that first the knowledge that we'll have that has, nobody else has. So no one in life today can have access to similar types of knowledge. Right? Allah azza wa jal teaches His prophets and his messengers, some of the rape, but that type of like nobody else has access to it. So we said that when some of the Hawala which I think they asked ignore a basketball, the Allahu Anhu. They said,

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What about killing children because they're asking about coverages or about or about killing people and who's Muslim and who's not and the children of the disbelievers are apostates. Are they still Muslims or not? So no, Abbas said hello to Allah woman who Malema through file. It says if you know from them, meaning the children, what Allah knows from them, then go ahead, meaning to tell them that you could never know this. You can never kill children. So no one has access to the top of knowledge that will cover has absolutely not, that's one. Second of all,

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if somebody at any kind of shape comes in, he says, I have something and by that he wants to complement the Sharia. We say to him, to them that this has been and misguidance huddled Allah because we don't need you to add anything else. And that's exactly what we're talking about is that you're adding another vicar where's the vicar coming from the end of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did not give us all that we need until you came and gave us to us. It means that all of us that we're not living in deficiency and incompletion until you came. So whether you'd say of a particular salah or a particular dua, or a particular celebration, or a particular Dean who had come on, Dean

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is complete, so there is nothing else that we need from you. Right? The third is that

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the best of the best, right and Mohammed death, right? Honorable Hatami Allah I know, right? So yeah, well, Becca was not on my head death, Omar was on my head death, when he gets inspired right? Meaning that he would the angel of Allah azza wa jal will just put something in his head and he will speak and it will be so. But even Omar, what are the Allahu Anhu he would not claim the knowledge of that shape, the knowledge of it, you know, so and so on what he did, I know so and so and how he will die. I know so and so on his past and his present. He does not claim that but his knowledge is limited to few things here and there and even Omar Radi Allahu Anhu makes mistakes. And you could

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see it okay, he predicts something or this and it's not as he said. So Omar Radi Allahu Anhu on he is the best Mohamed death. He still makes mistakes, then you shake definitely makes mistakes. But this is not how you treat them. And Omar never introduce things in Sharia, like your chef is doing. So your chef is definitely overstepping. So the story of a huddle has no support and no basis of course, they'll continue to use it. But it doesn't support you because whatever you're presenting the rest of the Sharia contradicts it. Right? And will have did not have the same Sharia as Musa by the way.

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So you had another question?

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So

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Fake news is a big problem.

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So verifying news is very difficult, right? Because that's a dilemma for nations, right? So I mean, how can we as indeed, as individuals, kind of tackle that problem, but at least you understand that

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there is always an agenda, right? Like, none of the news that you hear is unbiased. There's always an agenda. There's always one writing for a particular reason to serve another purpose in order, it's all propaganda. You're trying to help you when I help you, move you to believe certain things and unbelief or other things to be on their side, opposite the other side, everybody's trying to do this. And we know this now, more than ever. So if that's the case, take it. But then compare it against other sources of news, those that will be tend to be opposite sides, and see what is this person saying versus the other? You may be lost in the middle. But it's not always necessary to

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verify but be aware of the discrepancy. And that time tells you right, what is right and what is wrong if it's not urgent, yeah.

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I mean, you spread what you know to be true, right? You spread what you know to be true. Otherwise, if it's not if it's suspect, if it's not necessary. There is no reason to mention or you mentioned it referenced, so and so said

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Okay, and then it is a lot harder to lay here it's their responsibility so you cleared yourself by I mean you can kind of like put an addendum to it or a note that by the by the way also remember that they have an agenda so understand that you're not really hearing everything that's there that's a two line Yeah, yes

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okay, but

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I don't know maybe when we get from A

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to B

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I would say sometimes these plays are better

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there though some of them are really

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cheap

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right today I think

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I can do that.

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Yeah, yeah.

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No, exactly Lucha Libre. So that will clarify that inshallah. So of course, you say you said the comparison, I might make an a comparison in between the educational system here. That's what you said, right? The educational system here and the educational system and Muslim countries. And you're saying maybe and perhaps the educational system over here can be superior in ways right to what is happening over there when you look at Acts like racism and mistreatment of Muslims and right and justice and see how they treat refugees here versus how they treat refugees there. Sigh Okay, so, no, to be honest, I wasn't really comparing it to a Muslim country. I was comparing it to the past.

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Yeah, no, no Muslim country. Law. Yeah, it's to how they lived, how they behaved and how they understood Islam versus how we understand Islamic today, but I was not defending a particular country here and there. Baraka Luffy Zack Kamala, so we'll conclude inshallah today if you do have questions geologists keep them write them down. We'll answer insha Allah more next week particle ofii Come Subhanak llama behenic A shadow allied islands and stuff it will cover to come to La Bella.