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The Prophet SAW Methodology Of Correcting Peoples Mistakes

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Ammar Alshukry

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Well, I do send him his method in correcting people's mistakes,

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of the most important qualities that a person can have. And we're going to go through a lot of qualities actually, but of the most important qualities that a person can have number one is to have sincerity.

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Recognizing that every action that we do, if it is not sincere, to a loss of Hana data, then it will be rejected. And so we have to ask ourselves the question,

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why is it that I am doing this? Why is it that I'm correcting this person? Why is it that I am engaging this person? Why is it that I am calling this person to Islam? Or why is it? Why is it that I am speaking? Why is it that I'm teaching? Why are we doing all of these things, because of the importance of sincerity.

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We know that, for an action to be accepted, it must fulfill two requirements. The first is that it has to be sincere for a loss of Hana data. And the second is that it has to be done in accordance with the student of the province level lightness and sincerity is that first ingredient sincerity is that first requirement of a hotel in La Jolla and he tells us in a very profound Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says that it also lost on the light as Adam said that on the Day of Judgment, the first group of people that the fire will be kindled by

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the first people that the fire will be kindled by are three categories of people are three groups of people. The first he says, is the scholar, or the Hadith, the person who's the decider of the Quran, and Allah Subhana, Allah will bring that person forth, and he'll mention to him all of his blessings, that he's given that person, and that person won't deny any of them, and then allow will say to them, what did you do with those blessings. And the man will say, I taught your book.

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Now normally, the person who's the teacher of the book is the best of the people. The prophet SAW the light they sent him says in the famous hadith of commandment I found a document animal or an wildomar, the best of you are those who learn the Orion and teach it.

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That person is normally the best in any community in any oma that person would be the best on the Day of Judgment. And yet, the province of aleida send them tells us that this is one of the people whom the file will be kindled with on the Day of Judgment, why Allah subhanho data if that person says to a lot, what I did with your blessings is that I taught your book Allah who will say to him, You light

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and the angels will say you like you did it so that the people could say that you are a god.

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Or you did it so that the people can say that you are a alum.

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And it was sent, and it was sent.

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Meaning you got what you want it in the dunya, you got preferential treatment, you got a whole lot of respect. Your ego was stroked every day of your life. You got it.

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And then that person will be commanded to be dragged on their face into the hellfire.

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And then another person, the second person will be brought forth as a person who has a job as someone who was very generous, someone who parted frequently with something that is made very desirable to people, which is wealth, Allah Subhana Allah will call for that person and he'll recount to him his blessings in the mount won't deny any of them. And then he'll say, what did you do with these blessings?

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We'll say I didn't find a path in your way, except that I spent. They needed an Islamic school, I supported the Islamic school, they wanted to build the masjid, I built the message they wanted this organization and that organization needed assistance this cause and that relief agency, I didn't find a cause except that I spent in your way.

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A last panel data will then say you lied.

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And again, remember that the person who gives in the path of Allah,

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Earth might've not found all the land who purchased paradise twice.

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The first time when the Prophet salado sent him said, who will purchase the well of Roma who will purchase the well of Roma and

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they will have paradise because it was a well that the Muslims needed and there was a Jewish man in Medina who had the prices very, very high. And so if madam Alfond came to purchase that

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well from him to bring relief to the Muslims, and the man said, No, I'm not going to sell you my cash cow. I sort of modeled the law and I said, Okay, well then we'll go half.

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You purchase the well or

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We'll split so that I get the well on some days, the revenue from the well goes to me. And you get the well on some days, the revenue goes to you. The man agreed to that, as my made him an offer, he couldn't refuse for the alarm.

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And so what did Earth man do on the day, that was his, it was free.

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And so the Muslims would stockpile on the day of Earth man. And on the day of the other man,

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they wouldn't get anything. And so this man's revenue dried up. And so he sold the rest of the welteroth mammal, the lion, who as well, as man says, I purchased paradise twice. The second time, was the province of Allied Ace and fundraising for Jason Ursula J. Xu, Ursula was an army of such incredible hardship that the campaign of Dubuque It was during the time of, of the summer heat, which was also the time of harvest. And so there was the fatigue of going out in the heat. And at the same time, there was the loss of wealth of going out when the unsold were farmers, and this was the time for them to reap the benefits of their farming. And so the Prophet still alive it I sent

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them was fundraising for this army,

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and earth model of the law and who says, oh, messenger of Allah, I am going to finance 100 soldiers, with their horses with their cavalry with, with their weaponry, rather, I'm going to fundraise that I'm going to finance that. So the province of the lightest and accepts from him and he continues to fundraise. And then earthman says jasola, luck, 200. And the Prophet accepts from him, and he continues to fundraise. And then earth model of the law. And he says, oh, messenger of Allah 300.

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And what I love about this, Heidi, through this incident, is that

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it's very human. When we go to a fundraiser,

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you may come, if it's a fundraiser that's outside, or maybe if it's a fundraiser in the masjid on the 27th night of Ramadan, or something like that, you know, you're walking into a fundraiser, you know, there's going to be a fundraiser, you, you walk in with a ceiling that you're comfortable with, you walk in knowing that, you know, I can donate $100, or I can donate $1,000, or I can donate

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$500. This is what I'm comfortable donating.

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And so as mine starts off with what he's comfortable with 100.

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But then as the night goes on,

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he didn't shut off his mind and say, You know what, I participated, Carlos, he

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challenges himself.

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And he says, You know what, well, maybe I can do 200. Maybe it'll be a pinch. But maybe I can maneuver this bill around here. Maybe I can maneuver this payment around here. Maybe I can collect money from this person here that's owed to me. I don't know, I can figure it out. Maybe I can borrow money from this person. I can do 200.

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And then he's continuing to challenge himself. And then he says, eventually 300 and so when he goes back home, and he brings his gold, he comes and he pours it onto the lap of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and then the prophets the light is and that makes a statement that is worth more than anything Earth man ever donated. He says, Marlboros the man, my father by the New Earth man will not be harmed by anything that he does after today.

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So the person who spends in the path of Allah

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but this person on the Day of Judgment, Allah subhanho to Allah will say to him because

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you lied, you did it, so that the people could say that he is generous. And it was said, You got your name.

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On the room of the classroom that you built at the Islamic school you got your plaque on the wall of the message it as a as a thanks everywhere you go, you always get that VIP treatment hugs and thanks and respect, because of the money that you donate it. You know, I know in one message it

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a brother donated $15,000 to the message.

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And so the message is very far away from here. But

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the brother donated $15,000 and then he came to the masjid on one day at gym and the guy just parked in the handicap parking like he owned the place.

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And so

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people told him the brothers who are out on the street, I believe it was for Juma. So you have all of these people outside and maneuvering cars and things like that valet Inc. And they asked him again and again. Can you please move your car it's not supposed to be here. Or maybe it was some sort of violation for their parking lot or what have you. And the man doesn't know when he walks into the masjid. And it's

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They go and they complain to the president of the board. And the President of the Board. He then goes and calls this man and the man's giving him all sorts of attitude.

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Very, very disrespectful. And so finally he calls him into the, into the office. And he says to him, Listen, man,

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if you're acting like this, because you donated $15,000, for the message, here's your check. We'll give it right back to you.

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This isn't this isn't your, your house, this isn't a country club that now you can do whatever you want. If you donate, you make sure that you do it for Allah subhana wa tada and only for Allah, you're not doing it to get anything from that person. You're not doing it to get anything from that organization. Allah subhana wa tada will say to them, You lied, and then he commands for that person to be dragged on their face into the hellfire. Number three, the third person is a person who gave more than or he gave more than

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he gave the most that he could give.

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That person gave his life. And Allah subhanaw taala will say to him, his blessings will recount them to him. And then they'll say, what did you do with them and the man will say, I gave my life in your path. And Allah will say to him, good luck to you like you did it so that people could say you are brave.

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And it was said,

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and if you notice in all three, Allah Subhana, Allah says, and it was said, You got what you wanted. The people praise you, the people respected you, the peoples made poems about you, the people recited your praise in their collective memory. And you got what you want it because Allah Subhana dies doesn't mean Allah didn't add Gina I didn't Allah houfy hamana Sha.

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Allah says whoever wishes for the agenda. Whoever wants this world I did not know houfy Hi, Manisha. We will give them a portion of what we wish.

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Now what they wish they wanted to be a billionaire, they only got to be a millionaire. You don't get everything that you want out of this dunya

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I didn't Allahu fie hamentashen you wanted this and you only got that but you got a portion of what you want it Allah says, Manisha only meant to read for whoever we wish through Medina who Johanna, whoever made the dunya their their goal and their concern. Allah subhana wa tada says, we give them a portion of what they wanted, for whoever we wish. And then we provide them with jahannam Islam as movement but rural, they will enter into jahannam, humiliated,

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woman outlawed.

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And whoever desires the Hereafter, was either hacer Yahuwah movement and strives for the hereafter as it deserves to be striven for.

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Because it's not just a matter of wishful thinking that I want the athlete I want to be in general, I want to be in the highest place in paradise. Allah says whoever wants the hereafter but wanting it desiring it isn't enough. What Salah Ha, ha, they work for it,

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as it deserves to be worked for, wha hoo, Minh, and they have faith. Those are the two requirements, having faith and righteous deeds, having faith and working towards it for Ola, iica conocida homeschool, and whoever does that, then that person's journey is going to be appreciated. And so these three people what caused them to enter into the Hellfire, what normally they would have been the best and then the highest places in Paradise, their intention and so the first thing that a person has to make sure that they constantly engage and constantly reflect on is their intention.

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So Fianna thodi, who was the first person to be called a needle meaningful Hadith soufiane authority is of the second is of the third generation of the Muslims. He is a contemporary of Imam Malik and Imam alosa he and all of these great imams of film

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and he was he had a mother. He had his own mother, Imam sufian authority he says my alleged to Shane, I never struggled with anything that was more difficult for me then my Nia

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why in hatha calavo la, it's always changing.

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And the Arab say well massumi an insane in La Nina z one massumi and in LA and

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the only reason why the insane was called The inside is because of their Nishan

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is because of their nice young

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woman so Mia culpa Illa, and now we're talkin leibnizian means forgetfulness. And so the human being is tired

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to their forgetfulness, and the call was not called the cult, the heart except the unknown yet. It is always turning and turning and turning and turning. And so a person reflecting on their intention and thinking about their intention should be something that's not a yearly activity. It's something that should be an hourly activity. What do I intend by the actions that I do?

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Number two, the second thing is being conscious of something that is very important. And that is a hot minute lobby. I think that mistakes are part of the human experience, and it's part of human nature.

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You are not going to have a person who is without mistakes, you are not going to have a person who is without sin. In fact, that was the last little lie they send me says kulu Benny Adam, Papa, papa ina adobo. He says, every son of Adam, daughter of Adam is a sinner.

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And the best of sinners are those who repent.

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And so recognizing when we correct people's behavior,

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that I need to correct something today, and correct something tomorrow and correct something the day after. Why because we walk with mistakes, and that I don't be frustrated by the amount of me having to engage people and correct people.

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That don't be upset that I have to teach someone something once, twice, three times, four times, five times, six times, seven times.

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Because people are prone to forgetfulness, and people are prone to mistakes.

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Allah Subhana Allah Allah is amazed as the prophets of the lightest and and tells us in a la jolla woman shabby, Lisa Lahu sobre la, Allah is amazed that a young person who doesn't commit mistakes, a young person who does not have an inclination towards their desires, and a young person, because a lot of our pressure and our lot of our frustration when it comes to mistakes, is regarding young people. Well, the default with a young person, the default with human beings is that they make mistakes. But the default with regards to young people is that it's even more so that their mistakes are mistakes of passion, their mistakes that have to do with hola that have to do with lust, that

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have to do with these types of emotions. So Allah subhanaw taala is amazed that a young person who doesn't experience that, and it is so amazing, it is so rare, it is so unique, it is so special, that we know that of the seven categories of people who are shaded in the in the shade of the throne of Allah, on the day of judgment. One of those categories is a young person who grows up worshipping a lot. So a young person who grows up on the straight and narrow they grew up at click, they never deviated anywhere, they grew up going to the masjid and, and memorizing Quran and they avoided all of the major sins as they were growing up this person, his actions are so special, that on the Day

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of Judgment, they will have access, they will have shade under the throne of Allah subhanho data on the day where there is no shade except for his shade. And so my point here being

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that

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we don't overreact in our frustration with regards to people's mistakes, especially with regards to the young people, you know, I was making this argument.

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This might be a tangent, but with regards to extremism, and how, you know, when we're talking about religious extremism, a lot of times, you know, you fear from it, the vast majority of the times you fear from it regarding young people.

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19 2021 1817, right, that age range is really when you fear extremism.

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And so, in a lot of programs all over the country, you have these programs of entrapment,

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where the government will send people to go and talk to

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security apparatus or security agencies will go and they will send people to go in and and and talk to people and kind of lure them in to terrorism cases.

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And so once we were presenting on this issue,

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and we mentioned that

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extremism in young people is not something that's restricted to Muslim kids.

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extremism walks with young people period.

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Across the board, whether it's the 19 year old kid who's doing 120 on the highway, isn't that a form of extremism.

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You're not doing that when you're 40 you're not

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Doing that when you're 50. Right? That feeling of immortality and that youthful impulse? What about

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recklessness with regards to the usage of drugs? Don't you fear that for young people more than you fear that for elderly people? What about recklessness? With regards to

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intimacy, I got my young man here. So I have to use euphemisms. But intimacy, right.

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Casual relationships. Isn't that something that you see more in young people than that you fear. And so youth work across the board deals with extremism, but it manifests in different ways, with different demographics of people. And so what we do when we're working with young people, is not that we try to create young people who are not going to ever make mistakes, because that is incredibly rare. And it's, it's rare for human beings, much less for young people. But we try to put our arms around them and protect them as much as possible that the mistakes that they make, which they are going to make, but the mistakes that they make are not ones that destroy their worldly life

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or their hereafter, that they are mistakes, that are manageable, that they are mistakes, that will not destroy them. So recognizing number two point number two, that mistakes walk with people and that they are a part of human human nature.

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Number three

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is that

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the greater the sin, the more required a person must be in correcting them, the greater the sin.

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So what does that mean? The prophet SAW the lie they said nothing was more quick to respond to mistakes that had to do with our theology, mistakes that had to do with our, the province, the law, Islam was very quick to correct those. So for example, on the day when his son Ibrahim, Ibrahim died

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when Ibrahim died are the Allahu Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wept over him, obviously, and he grieved very much at the death of Ibrahim, but there was also an eclipse in the sky.

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And so the people they were so close to much of their co for

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many of them were new Muslims, and they said, Allah is or the heavens are grieving, to the grief of Rasulullah sallallahu

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the heavens are grieving with the grief of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So the prophet SAW a lady I said, let me then summon the people. And he stood on the member and he said, the sun and the moon on that same day in that same moment, he said, the sun and the moon are two signs from the signs of Allah. They do not Eclipse for the birth or the death of anybody.

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And so the province of ally send them immediately corrected this minska misconception another time a man comes sort of sort of lost a little light they send him and he says, Masha Allah who worshiped he says wherever you wish or messenger of Allah and Allah whatever Allah wishes and you wish and so the province of Allied a center says to him I need in law he need that did you make me an equal to Allah say Masha Allah Who?

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Say what Allah subhanaw taala wishes alone, right? So he's immediately correcting that idea that no, it's not what you wish and Allah wishes, Allah wish and will overwhelms every human will, will matter. Shout una Indonesia, Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah Subhana, Allah says, and there is nothing that you will accept that Allah Subhana Allah wills it the Lords of the world, ie your will does not overpower the will of Allah ever.

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Also, number four, is

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and this is so important. Being aware of your place as the corrector of behavior.

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Being aware of your place, a lot of times, obviously it'll soon last on the lady I send them Sallam commanded incredible authority with regards to his companions. They had so much reverence, they had so much love for him, that if the prophets of Allah, they send them told them to do something, they would do it immediately. And he stopped them from doing something they would stop doing it immediately.

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The private summarization commanded that authority. Now you and I can't go

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and assume that we command that level of authority amongst people.

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You're not going to get the same response. And so for example, you have this Hadeeth of your ish, a been powerful.

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Who narrates from his father, who says that I was with Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and I was being a host did

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he think I was being hosted in the message?

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When the Prophet sallallaahu, Selim was hosting companions who were poor, so he was shacking up in the masjid with other companions who were poor. And the prophet SAW Allah to send them he says

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400 years

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later, I had

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the progress on the lights and it came out in the night, he was just checking up on all of his his guests for Ira moombahton, Allah botany. So he saw me laying down on my stomach. He saw me laying down on my stomach for recovery. So he kicked me with his foot. The prophets I send him kicked him with his foot. And he said, Do not lay down like that. This is a lying down that Allah hates. Okay, so this hadith is reported by Ahmed, and it's authenticated by the body and it's controversial in its in its authenticity, an albino Rahim Allah authenticated it. And that's why we have in our culture, I'm sure many of you are very familiar with this, where you're not to lie down on your

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stomach.

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And like I said, the Hadeeth is controversial in its authenticity. And that's why you'll get different answers on this particular question. Is it allowed for you to lay down on your stomach? In any case, we have this incident, the Prophet sallallaahu Selim kicked this man. Obviously, he didn't kick him hard, but he kicked him. Nonetheless. Does that mean that the next time you're in Ramadan, and you see people making a decaf in the masjid laying down on their stomachs, that you should walk up to them and kick them? Because that's not?

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Most likely, if you walk up to somebody and kick them, you'll get more than a kickback. Right? And then the answer is, well, how come I don't get the same level? You're not the profit some of it is.

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And it is amazing to me how many people

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distance people from their religion because of this attitude.

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They think that everywhere where the progress on the line they send them was harsh, that they need to be harsh, or every time they read an effort from us a hobby

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that they were harsh, so that they should go and be harsh in the same way. So for example, there's a famous incident that's quoted a lot at least I don't know how famous it is, but it's quoted a lot.

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Where Abdullah had pneumonia. A man came time to live near oma and he said, I love you for the sake of Allah.

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So if we remember the law, and he said to him, I hate you for the sake of Allah.

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The man says, I love you. I hate you for the sake of Allah. And he says, Why? He says, because you make your eye that like the like the singing of singers.

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You make your exam like this.

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So I remember I was discussing this with one brother because this brother was starting to go down a path where he was he saw harshness as being like a pillar of the religion of being harsh and severe against the Muslims and all of that. And I said, What are you doing? Is that what the province of the lightest send them

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was like? And then he said,

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even Omar of the Latin who A man came to him and he said, I love you for the sake of Allah and he said, I hate you for the sake of a lot because you make your own sound like the other. So okay, sit down for a second.

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Are you?

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Do you come out? Do you know who even are matters? Even almost one of the five most prolific narrators of headings.

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You know, in the stages of the development of this oma you have the time of the great companions of Abu Bakr and Omar and Rasmus man and at the times of expansion, right. And then when they died, who did the oma look to to teach them

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it was up to live in Ibis and up to blame your mother and I shall hold your hand and a cinematic. These people became teachers are excellent. These were masters, who were looked at by the entire oma and revered and followed for their scholarship.

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It is not nobody in Rome, it is one of the greatest scholars in the history of Islam. And

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so when he says something, keeping in mind his age as well, his seniority, when he says something, it's not like it being said by some 23 year old kid can barely get through to sama, reciting it properly. It's not the same, right? And so paying attention to these things, a father saying something to his son is not like using it to them.

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recognizing your place and it goes vice versa, obviously, as well.

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A lot of times people who are young,

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they

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learn, right, they take a class here, they attend to Mr. Tanaka there or not even just young, even elders. And then they want to go and teach a group of people that it's very hard to teach. And that group of people is different.

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Parents

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the default with regards to parents

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is that you know nothing. That's the default.

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Not in the sense of you don't know anything but it's very hard for you to convince your parents of anything. Why? Because at the end of the day, you're still a kid. They changed your diapers and they saw you grew up, you know, Imam Abu hanifa.

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And he's this great amount of filth right? It's one of the form of pipes and Chavez, he said, We are all dependent on the amount of money for my Allah have mercy on them all in film.

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Imam Abu hanifa. You know, the famous story, his mom

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would ask him for a fatwa. But she wouldn't ask him, she would ask him to go and ask somebody else that she trusted.

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And so her son is Abu hanifa.

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But she's like, I want you to go and ask this guy.

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So honey, follow the line, who would go and ask?

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And then that man would have no clue what the answer was. And so he would say, to the Imam, what is the answer? What is your answer? So remember how you would say to him, the answer is such and such and such and such? He'd say, Tell your mom, that's my answer.

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And then he would go back.

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Right? There's a notion of being very, very difficult to take from your children. I remember there's a another

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chef who's very well known for the state of the art.

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incredibly popular.

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Like when you think of tipsy you probably, many people think of him first

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brother is telling me when you go and you visit him, his father is always handing people CDs of TFC. And he tells him listen to this chef, he's very good intercede. And he's always giving them somebody else.

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If it's never, he's never giving them the CDs of his actual son who's like worldwide famous for his defeat and stuff like that. He's like, now my son doesn't know what he's talking about here. Right? So a lot of times, you turn around and you're trying to you're trying to communicate this information to your parents, and they're not listening or they don't, they don't respond in the way. So you're like, is my father arrogant? No, your father's not arrogant. It's just that coming from you, it's very hard. And so if a person is sincere, that's where the sincerity comes in. Remember, we talked about it has an underwriter saying last week, if a person is sincere, then it's not about

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me communicating that information to them.

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I don't care how they get the knowledge, I don't care how they get the guidance, I don't care how that pierces their heart, as long as it does. And so whether it's me talking to my friend, right, because then what I'm going to do is I'm going to seek out the best way for that information to be communicated to them, maybe it's not through me, fine. I surrender to that. But maybe I have an uncle who my father always listens to maybe there's a chef who my mom loves listening to. So I'm gonna go and I'm gonna find that particular video online somewhere, and I'm going to go and I'm going to make sure that she we listen to it together, or we watch it together, right? So I maneuver

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my corrective behavior, or I maneuver my method of correcting, I manipulate it to bring benefit to that person, keeping in mind, my place, as well as there's my station as well as there's my age, as well as there's all of these things. Number five,

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making a difference differentiating between a person who makes a mistake while they are ignorant, and a person who makes a mistake upon knowledge.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam would not treat the ignorant like he treated the knowledgeable companions. And so we all know the famous Hadith of the Bedouin, who came into the message of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, and he simply started urinating.

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He didn't know any better. The province symbolizing them dealt with him very calmly. And the province simultaneous ended up simply, and there are two lessons actually, that are learned here, because I'm going to fast forward a little bit. But one of the other principles, though, that we learned is that you're fixing of the mooncup you're correcting a person's mistakes cannot bring about bigger mistakes. I don't correct x, if y is going to be even worse, if it's going to bring it about right. And we'll give examples but one of the examples here is even in this the prophet SAW the lights him when this man was urinating, he the companions rushed, it was just an instinct, so

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they rush to go and stop him. But the province on the license said stop, leave him. Why? Because if it was, if this man gets interrupted in the middle of that action, then there's going to be either he's going to start moving around, in which case it'll even spread even more, the surface area will be even bigger than the area that he was urinating it before or some harm will come to him physically. So

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Now the harm will be bigger than the harm of him simply finishing in this moment, but the progress on the light is and then

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corrected the man. He brought some water and he commanded it to be poured in the place of the of the, of the jassa. And then he told the man that the massages are not for this another time, another companion

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who

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tells a beautiful story, Maria, even a heck of a tsunami. He says he came to Medina feel bad. Yeah.

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He came to Medina from the desert. And

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he was praying behind the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And he didn't know that speaking in the Salah had become prohibited.

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And so while he was praying with Rasulullah, sallAllahu set up, a person sneezed.

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And so when that man's nice, he's in sulla, and he said, Yeah, hammock law.

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And so then he says, forum and he looked at him.

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So he said, Everybody started looking at me.

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And so I then said to them, what's the matter with you guys?

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What are y'all looking at? Right? He has no clue that you can't speak and so on. And so he says, Masha, no, Compton, Verona LA. He says, Why are y'all looking at me? And so for God, Buddha at him, Allah fit him so they started slapping their thighs, they're like telling him Shut up, be quiet.

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So when I realized that they were basically indicating for me to be quiet, I was quiet.

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And then he said, when the Salah was over the Prophet sallallahu Sallam called him, he says, who was the one who is speaking? And so I said me on messenger of Allah. So he says, He says,

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For the abbey who are only Model A to monument cabela, who Allah by the who accent me. And as an Italian admin, he says, I never saw

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a teacher before him or after him, who is a better teacher than him.

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He didn't hit me.

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And he didn't insult me. But he simply said in the hobbyist salata, Elias Murphy, ha ha Omen Cara Venus, in the Maha tisby with tech beer or karate, he simply said to him, this summer,

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this salon,

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nothing is to be undertaken in it, of the speech of people, nothing is to be said in its of the speech of people. It is simply for it to speak, and take beer and the resuscitation of Babylon. You say Subhana, Allah Subhana Allah, Allah subhanaw taala vilavi. Right, take be or the resuscitation of bola. And so the Prophet sallallahu Sallam recognizing when a person was ignorant, and teaching them and he would teach them with calmness, and the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would teach them with a in a way that made them feel welcome and not insulted.

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Also differentiating between and this is number six, differentiating between sins, that

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since in which a actually not differentiating, but realizing that a person when they intend goodness, intending goodness is not the only requirement

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for reaching goodness, intended goodness is not the only requirement for reaching goodness. A lot of times people do lots of different things. And they just you ask them, why are you doing this? Or don't do that. It's not from the son of the Prophet, some of the lightest send them the Prophet never did this. He never commanded it, they will respond to you. It's a minimal amount of Finance.

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Barely all actions are by intentions. I'm intending good. So as long as I'm intending good, then I'm good, right? That's the logic.

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But we said at the beginning that for an action to be accepted by Allah subhanho data has to fulfill two requirements. The first requirement is that it has to be done specific. It has to be done sincerely for Allah. And the second requirement is that it has to be in accordance with the son of the Prophet cellulitis.

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And so

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a dairyman reports that Abu Musab ash it came to the library Mr. root

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and I'm leaving this route is also remember we talked about Edison pneumatic and OB the live neuroma. You add up the lightness route into that category of young Sahaba who became entire schools

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who the entire oma came to and studied from and learned from,

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you know, in the science of art, you've got three schools from the

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Schools over Sahaba

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you have the School of obey the gap in Medina. So this is again the earliest harbor they were very busy with the Empire itself establishing the religion I will walk around the law and who with the with the robbery de la pub with Persia and a sham and an Arab

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and Egypt you have a fine an idea of never replied with the whole adage that's why you and they didn't live that long after the prophet SAW the light years and but when the oma became stable,

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that is when the Sahaba were relegated to the to the role of teachers or the Sahaba of the Allied home where teachers I won't say relegated it's not really respectful for them, but they were teachers, and people would come to them to learn to them and so you have like full time students and you had schools that began to be founded. And so you have the School of obeyed niqab in Medina.

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And that school was focused on the morality of Rasulullah sallallahu s and the

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the seal of the prophets of Allah cinnamon, it's appropriate that it's in Medina.

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And then you have the School of Abdullayev and a bass in Mecca of the lightener bass, the young cousin of the Prophet Sall ally, they send him with a prophet prayed that he be given the ability to interpret the whole time. And his story is a beautiful one. And he became one of the greatest scholars in the history of the oma and I would like now Ambassador school is in Mecca.

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And a lot of their devices with regards to the language of the Orion and what have you. And then you have the third School, which is the School of Abu Lyman's road, which is in an Kufa in Iraq.

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And of the live news routes school.

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A lot of it

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I would say there's a lot of fish in that school of Tennessee.

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In any case, Abdullayev knows route is

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in El Kufa

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and Abu Musab ashari, another great companion of the province of a light is

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coming comes up the line.

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And he says, I saw something in the messages

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that I didn't want to criticize until I came to you.

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But I don't know if I don't see anything but good. And then after live sort of says to him, Well, what is it?

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And he they go to the message, the message that will Kufa

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and back in those days, of course, there's only one message in a city, there's only one message.

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And so they go and what do they find? They find a group of people who are sitting in a circle. And there's one person who has some pebbles, and he takes a pebble and he throws it into the middle of the circle. And so they're building up a pile. And every time he throws a pebble he says said bear with me I say Subhanallah 100 times. And so they say Subhana Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah.

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So they do that henly Lumia say Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah 100 times like that. Allah peperomia, right.

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So I have the lion, Massoud walks into their group, and he kicks the pebbles.

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And then he says to them, a simple statement, he says, either you are more guided

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than the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, or you are opening up a door of misguidance. So one of these two, either you are more guided than the companions of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, or you are opening up a door of misguidance.

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And then they said, Yeah, man, may Allah Allah, Allah, O, Allah lighteners route. We didn't intend anything except for good. And then I'll do like, because why does he say you are either more guided than the confines of the privacy setting up? Or you're opening up a door from his guidance? Why does he say that? Because if it is something that

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is if it was something that was from the guidance of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, the companions would have done it. It's as simple as that. For you to do something that companions didn't do. Either you are more guided than they are, you are basically saying you have access to information that they didn't have. You have access to a goodness that they didn't know. Or you are opening up a door of misguidance because you are doing something that they didn't do, or you are doing something that hasn't been legislated by the religion. And so they said, Oh, man, we only intended good and then he says how many people intend good, but don't reach it?

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How many people intend good, but they never reach it.

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biochemie Marina de la Muse

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam and then he says the prophets of the light is seldom he told us had an up omonia Corona Pura Naija Zoo trata him. He says, I see or the prophet SAW the light and send them he says that there will be people who will recite the four iron. It will not reach go beyond their throats. And I don't know maybe most of you are from them. And then he turned away from them. So I'm leaving the cinema. He says, I saw the majority of these people on the day of Narayan Malhotra, on the day of the battle between the hydrogen atom and the lion. He says I saw the majority of those guys who were sitting in that group, I saw them with the whole audit, because that was they took up

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a methodology that was wrong from the get go. They saw themselves as being more guided than the guidance of the Prophet cellulitis and them or more precise, let us say that they didn't feel the need to restrict themselves to the guidance of those who lost the light is and and the guidance that came with the companions of the messenger cellulitis. And

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so I don't know what number we're on here, but I think we're on number eight. So number eight, is being just with regards to correction.

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Meaning that you are just, and this is very rare in people you are just as willing to criticize the one who is beloved to you and near you and respectful, respected to you, as you are willing to correct the behavior of the far and the distant and the opponent and the one who

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I guess is on,

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you know, a different shade of the religion from you.

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A lot of people are very willing to critic to criticize the far they are willing to correct the far. But when the close and the beloved to them do anything wrong, they overlook it. They overlook it.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam famous incident, a wealthy woman

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had committed theft,

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but she was wealthy.

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And it was it was it was going to be very, very, it was a very awkward situation for them. Are they going to punish her with the head the punishment

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and so they sent someone who is incredibly beloved told us a little loss of a license and to go speak on their on their behalf. They sent Osama bin Zayed who Sam is the son of Zaid inheritor, they was the adopted son of Rasulullah saw send them so Osama is like the grandson of the prophets of the light is and that's how much he is the beloved, the son of the Beloved of Rasulullah sallallaahu remembers a demon advocate for a long time. He was literally called zeytinburnu. Mohammed, the prophet so I sent him adopted him.

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And it wasn't until

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Allah Subhana Allah revealed the verses and sort of the Lhasa rumely Abba him, call them but call them to their fathers. It is better that the name switched from Zaid demon Mohammed is a demon had to his real father's name.

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Oussama is comes through solo lasala lady I send them and then he comes to intercede on behalf of this woman.

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And so the prophet SAW the light is lm he asks busaba he says he had the mirror do dilla

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Are you interceding on behalf of a of a head of a a

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a prescribed punishment or a limit of the limitations of a law.

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And then Osama says a stuffy Liao so the law immediately Usama kind of recognizes that he's in the deep end.

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And so he says seek forgiveness from me or messenger of Allah.

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The prophet SAW the lie they said it and then Gala. He got up and he gave a hotel amongst the people. And he says Am I bad for intermetallic and lithiumion publikum and home can dasara Sarika Fie him Sharif turaco Wait a second. If accommodation had, were in New aladeen fcbd low and afford him. I've been to Mohammed sericata Nakata Toyoda from amaravati morality socket Takata. Fukuda. So he says

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that what destroyed in his home he says the thing that destroyed the people before you

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is that when the sheriff, the honor the noble would commit a crime. They would be forgiven

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Or they would be left alone.

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And when the poor would commit a crime,

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they would punish them. Does that sound familiar to anybody?

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Then the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says, we're living in fcbd by the one in whose hand is my soul. Lo, Fatima. If Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed stole, I would cut off her.

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Consistency, incorrect correcting people's behavior. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he says, and by the way, just a random Arabic tangent. There's different ways that you say if in Arabic, there's low either and in in either and low.

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So you could say

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in

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insert, but instead of a 20,000,200 40,000,200, low silica, Swati, Mohammed, all of those work, but what's the difference? Low is used for something that is

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not probable.

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Low is used for something that's that's not realistic. You it's not expected to happen. So the province The Life Center says low setup at Swati momentum Hamad Why does he say low here because it's not false was not gonna steal. That's not that's not something that would happen, right? As opposed to either, which is something that is likely or something that's more likely at least.

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And so the province a little ideacentre says what destroyed the people before you. And so here we learn something that this is a cause of a high lack of an omen, that whenever the people who are the wealthy and the noble when those people are left alone, and the people who are poor and downtrodden, without any resources, those people are punished. That is an oma that is up to be destroyed by a loss of Hannah has died.

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And in another beautiful Hadith that's reported by even imagine the prophets of Allah, they set it up he asked

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a group of people who had came back from Abyssinia, so the people of Abyssinia, they had migrated way back during the time of MCC. But they came back in the seventh year of the jalon. So you're talking about haibo. That year, when the oma had the city of Medina had been established and strengthened. These people came back finally they'd been there for almost, if not a decade in Ethiopia.

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So the prophets from Elijah, send them ask them and he said what was the most amazing thing that you saw in

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inhabitant in Amazonia. And so one person said,

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the most amazing thing that we saw was a nun that was walking down the street and she was carrying a vessel of water on her head.

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And a young man came up from behind her and he pushed her until she fell.

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So just some punk kid walks up behind this old lady, and he pushes her until she falls.

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And so the lady then got up. And she said, you will come to know trader, that on the Day of Judgment, when a law sets up the courtesy or the footstool,

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and the hands and feet speak about what they used to earn.

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You will come to know about this affair between you and me very soon.

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And so the prophets of Allah said and then comments and he says socket socket, she has spoken the truth she spoken the truth. And then he says Kay for your practice of law who omitted this la has liberated minchah DVM, okay for you why this law common law you have to be lazy Misha de to him. He says How can a loss of handle to Allah honor an oma where the poor are not given the resource to secure their rights from the strong? How can a less secure or give

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How can a lot give tofi or blessing to an oma where the poor do not have the recourse to secure their right from the strong told them

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to make the

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long run

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aloha

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Arizona

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Asana

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Asana

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hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. So much in the last two

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I believe this is number eight.

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That number nine

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Okay, so number nine. So a person is that a person be cautious that they're correcting of the moon card not lead to a bigger moon card they're correcting of a mistake not lead to a bigger mistake.

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So for example

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well let's go to the Prophet symbolizing them first, the prophet Li send them in Nevada he tells Ayesha and he says if it were not for that your people are happy to add in because your people are new Muslims, I would have placed the GABA back on the foundation of Ebola.

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So you know the Kaaba isn't supposed to be a perfect square like it is right now. It's not supposed to be a square during the time of the Prophet salaallah. Ibrahim is that when he built it, it's a it's a rectangular shape. And then, during the time of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi Salaam when he was a young man, he was around 35 there was a flood that happened in Mecca. And much of the Kaaba was damaged, they rebuilt it. And when they rebuilt it, they said that they were not going to use money that came from two sources, number one from prostitution and number two from interest.

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And so they actually came up short in their funding, they couldn't construct the whole thing as it used to be. So what they did was they shortened it, and they made it into the square shape that it is now. And that's why you have that that semi circle structure on the end of it indicating that this is actually part of the GABA.

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It's part of the GABA. So when if you hop over that little

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wall there, you can't do it. But I've seen some people they actually are able to get through, but they'll move you out or what have you. But you're technically inside the GABA right and if you're in the GABA, then you can pray in whatever direction that you want. But in any case, even though everybody who was in there, they'd pray towards the Kaaba just because you don't want to be weird. But

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the profits on the licensing tells Ayesha he says if it wasn't for the fact that your people are close to q4, so what is he basically saying? He's saying that the the way that the GABA is it needs to be corrected. It is a monka. However, for me to fix it at this point in time, you're literally talking about,

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you know, two years after the conquest of Makkah, the people are still very, very new to this. And if you go and you change something that their hearts have become attached to you, and this is something that's customary, and you're talking about 30 years, they've been in this scenario, they might revolt, they might return back to their cohort. And that's a bigger one than the Kaaba being like it is.

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And so,

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years later, decades later, I've lived in Sudan, after the death of it have never thought even the death of an hesson Al Hussein, Roger lahoma, he may have to live in a zoo bed, declares himself the halifa and he receives beta in Mecca and Medina.

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And he is being challenged by Abdi medic, Eben Marwan in a sham the roommates.

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And so, I have to live in Israel, the great companion of the Prophet, some ally do send them he's one of the young companions obviously because he lived a very long time afterwards and he was the first companion to be born in Medina.

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After they had all migrated out to live in his bed his logic is that this Hamas, the oma has gotten used to it and if you were to change the Kaaba now, they wouldn't revolt they've been Muslim for a long time their mind is fast, it steadfast at least and so he extends the Kaaba and he makes it upon the foundation of Ibrahim

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Abdul Malik a minimal one, the Omega sharifah kills Abdullah Tibet. His general Hadji made use of crucifies abdulai means Tibet.

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And when Abdul Malik Ibn morwen seizes control over Mecca, and Medina, he then returns the GABA back to how it used to be

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just because of the live music edited it. So now we're going to return to how it used to be.

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So then, the omits last for however long they last, and then bassets take over from domains,

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the next dynasty

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and so Harun or Rashid, he asks,

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Mr. Malik, and he says to him, because now that God was back in its square square form, he says, should we now extend the GABA to the foundation of Ibrahim like it used to be.

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And Mr. Malik responds to him with a response that the oma has adopted ever since. He says, I do not want the house of a lot to become the playground of kings. Every time this king takes over from this one, this guy extends the guy, but this guy makes it smaller, this guy makes it larger, right? It becomes symbolic of each kings kingship. I don't want the house of a lot to become the playground of kings. And so he left it like that. And it's been like that ever since.

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So the moon cup, a person can correct the moon card by bringing forth a bigger moon card. You have a guy, for example, very religious, and he's asked to go to a party where he has to go to a wedding because it's his sister's wedding. And so he has to go. And so he goes, and there's going to be music and dancing and all that type of stuff. And so he decides, you know what this is, that's a huge moon car, I'm going to go and I'm going to destroy this moon car. So he goes up on stage, and he breaks the drums and he breaks this and he breaks that.

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Okay, you've

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removed the monkey, right? But most likely, you've now brought forth a bigger monkey.

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You have people who sit there and, and curse,

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religiosity and religious people and maybe even the religious itself, the religion itself.

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And so now what you've done is you've introduced them and you've exposed them to possibly committing a bigger monka than before.

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And our last panel Daddy Knows Best. So that is making sure that the monkey that you do does not bring forth a bigger Moncada. You know, there's also a famous example of this isn't a me and Shirley slump.

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He was walking by some of the tatata, the Mongols, and these Mongols were drunk out of their minds.

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completely drunk, and he just walked by them. So somebody said to him, certainly, Sir, he said, you know?

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Oh, ma'am, shouldn't we correct this? munkar Shouldn't we tell these guys that drinking is haram they're Muslim now Shouldn't we tell them that drinking is hot I'm and they shouldn't do that and stuff like that? Should we correct that. And he said to them, leave them alone. When they are sober, they kill us.

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When they're sober, they kill us and they take our properties. And we'd rather that they just be drunk like this, right? Because my commanding of the moon cart here is going to bring rise to a bigger moon.

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And then the last one

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is knowing the difference between a mistake that has to do or transgressing your own personal limits and transgressing the limits of Allah.

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How we should be and how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was, was that he wouldn't be ever bothered or he was very forbearance. Let's say he was very forbearing with any injury that had to do with his own person. Somebody insulted him he was forbearing. Somebody harmed him physically he was forbearing. But when would he be angered he would be angered when the limits of Allah subhanaw taala were crossed. He was very forebear with regards to his own self. He was very

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gentle and understanding in his dealing with people as they interacted with him many times in very inappropriate ways. The prophet SAW the light and send them was once wearing a cloak. He was wearing a cloak a buddhadeb that was very thick,

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very thick. And so this bedwin comes up to him, grabs him by his

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Club and pulls them on it very harshly. And the companion says, I saw the trace of the cloak on the skin of the promises that this person is making a mark on those who listen to my heart. He's pulling him. He's a very harsh Bedouin. And then he says to him, and he says, Yeah, Mohammed Morley, Mariela hilarya induct, he says, oh, Mohammed, give me from the wealth of law that's with you. So he's calling him by Mohammed, very disrespectful, even on line never calls him. So lesson number one. Never.

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It's always Yeah, you hadn't already. Yeah, you're assuming. He never directly calls him and he says, Yeah, Mohammed never in the Quran. Even though Allah says that about every other prophet. Yeah, there must be an ontological Jenna. Yeah, no. Yeah. Zakaria, yeah. Risa, all of this in the Moto Z karasuno Kalia, all of this is in the corner, but hammers on the lights, and I've never. And so this betterman is coming to him. And he's even as wise we call him yellow Sumo law. And yet this man,

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he comes in he says, oh, Mohammed, give me from the wealth that Allah Subhana Allah has given you. And so the Prophet said, The lady who said them, all that did was made him smile. He simply smiled, felt definitely la he Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam from America, from America, the prophets of Allah do send them turned to him. And then he laughed. And then he commanded for him to have some wealth distributed to him.

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We are responsible.

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and we are required. And we should be angered when the limits of a loss of Hana data are transgressed. A person should be more upset that something How long is done, then be upset that someone's feelings were hurt? A person should be more upset that something How long was the than a person be upset that someone didn't take some sort of, you know, sensitivity into consideration? You know, there's a video and I'll end with this. There's a video that's gone viral this past week. And it's about some young Muslims who are trying to do something for their identity and their religion. And I have a lot of

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you know, there's a lot of depth to it. But in general, their organization what they do, is they is they, you would say?

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You would say they're, they're not?

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What should I say? It's mimicking the party scene. Okay, they've got a DJ, and they have non alcoholic drinks, and they have dancing pretty much and you know.

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So a lot of the criticism that you found online for this was actually that a lot, the vast majority of the criticism had nothing to do with how that have held on and nothing to do with, you know, this is how long you need to fear a loss of like that. It was about demographics. And it was about

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how come you haven't included more black people into this into this program? Why is it Arabs and you know, daisies who are wealthy? What, and so my argument against that was, okay, if there was a lot of black people, would everybody be okay with that? Right? Are we more upset about these things, you know,

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these liberal values, as opposed to the limits of a loss of data being transgressed. And in reality, you'll find that that the vast majority of people that no matter what harm is done, they're fine with it. But if it's liberal values that are crossed, if it's something like racism, if it's something like patriarchy, if it's like these types of things, than a vignette form, where everybody gets upset and they're willing to build the to pound the drums of war, we ask Allah Subhana Allah for his guidance and his forgiveness

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and subtle lightness and why they're so happy to sit in secrecy on that gonna look like