Assim Al-Hakeem – The beautiful names and attributes #16

Assim Al-Hakeem
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including the deification of the Day of Judgment, assignment of the judge, and the holy spirit Aziza wa Jah. The importance of physical appearance, Jesus Christ's beauty, and his ability to create beauty and joy is emphasized. The transcript highlights the importance of staying ahead of the pandemic, not regretting small mistakes, educating students on their values, and not reciting the Quran. The segment concludes with a brief advertisement for a cryptocurrency and a recommendation to practice Islam.
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Rahim Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen wa sallahu wa Salam o Baraka Alma booty Rahim attending al Amin Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi Germain and my bad. The Brothers and Sisters in Islam as Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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one of Allah's Beautiful Names that was mentioned in the authentic sunnah is a de Yan, the judge, or the one that holds others accountable.

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And Allah azza wa jal is at De Yan because he holds people accountable for their actions.

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In the hadith of Allah, Allah having their own A's may Allah be pleased with him. In a long Hadith describing the Day of Judgment, Allah azza wa jal

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calls all of His creation,

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saying, I am the king.

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I am a de Yan

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Annelle Malik, and the Yan and

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in the Arabic dictionaries, and one of the most famous is Lisanne will Arab. A de Yan is the judge,

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the one who rules between two parties, and he is the invincible sub doer. Because when you subdue people and force them to obey you, then you are the de Yan because if they fail to do so, they will be judged and this is why we say Maliki Yomi deen

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the sovereign the owner, the ruler of the Day of Judgment, the day of reckoning, Yom would Dean, which is the day of accountability, of reward and punishment at Dean and also a dean refers to religion, it refers to accountability. And it also refers refers to your deeds, your money then you are free from Allah Who, Dena whom will help, meaning that Allah azza wa jal would hold them to account on that day for their

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deeds. So, Dan is one of the Beautiful Names of Allah azza wa jal, that is authentic, found in the authentic sunnah it throws in your heart, that nothing will go without accountability. And this is why we should focus on perfecting our deeds before we are held accountable for each and every small and large one of them.

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The following name is Al hakam.

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And Al Hakim is the judge.

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The legislator, the one who judges and rules SubhanaHu wa jal, Allah says in the Quran, for rare Allah He ever Terry hakama

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say, then is it other than Allah I should seek as judge.

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So Allah is the judge.

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He's the ultimate judge. He's the one

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divides, distributes arbitrates the one who legislate he is the one who even advantages the poor from the rich, the weak from the strong, the victims from their oppressors.

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He is Al hakam.

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam said in an authentic hadith, in Allah who had Hakim Verily Allah is Al Hakim, and to Him is Al hukum. And To Him belongs the rulings and the legislations and some of the scholars said that a hacker means the one who prevents corruption, because what is intended with ruling legislations?

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What is intended is to separate between truth and falsehood to prevent any form of corruption and all of Allah's sharia. All of Allah's legislations and rules are truthful, and for the benefit of humanity.

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And this is why anyone

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who claims that man made laws are superior to Sharia laws. Is an apostate Kaffir

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is it

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disbeliever even if he prays not five times, 15 times a day, even if he performs Hajj every single year, anyone who claims that the prescribed punishment which Allah azza wa jal has prescribed is barbaric or

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unfit, not suitable for today's era, and civilizations is an apostate Kaffir anyone who thinks that manmade law is superior or even equal

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to the Sharia is definitely not part of Islam because he is denying Allah from being al hakam. Allah says a for hookman Jaya Helia T of Hoon, then is it the judgment of the time of ignorance they desire?

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Allah called it the judgment of times of ignorance, the pre Islamic era because it goes against Islam.

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The following name is a beautiful name and that is Al Hakim, the all wise so Allah azza wa jal name Al Hakim was mentioned in the Quran more than 90 times. So it's a very frequent name, you find it in very many places of the Quran, and what is meant by it Hakim, scholars define al hikma.

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Wisdom, what is wisdom? When someone says, Oh, he's a wise man. So how would you define wisdom?

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Scholars define wisdom on human levels, to be putting things in the right places. This is why a Wiseman is a person who makes good decisions, wise decisions, people come for him or come to him for consultation, because they're confused what to choose. So he directs them to the best approach. And most of the times he's right, and they're happy with taking such a decision. There are people who fail to take the right decision. And this is why they call them Oh, he's impulsive. He is not wise. He doesn't make this or take decisions wisely. Allah azza wa jal is far greater than that.

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In Allah's facilitating things, not to the humans or the jinn. But to the whole universe, you will find pure perfection, where there are no types of errors or flaws or shortcomings. Everything is precise. Everything was noted down 50,000 years before Allah created the creation, even the leave falling from a tree, how it falls, this was recorded and where it will fall. This is also with Allah's wisdom and planning. Even Kathy says Al Hakim,

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in his deeds, in what he says he's the one who does and says things with wisdom and puts them in the right position. So everything that Allah does, is perfect. Everything that Allah says, is perfect because it is full of wisdom, and there is no possibility of any errors or flaws.

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The following three names have the same meaning. I'll order Alka de el Mahkota deal

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and they all revolve around ability and power. So are there is the old powerful idea is the fully able one, Elmo cortada is omnipotent, the one whose power is absolute.

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Of course.

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Allah azza wa jal is capable of doing whatever He wills subhanho wa Taala nothing is impossible for him.

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And nothing can escape his powers subhanho wa taala. And for us humans, we could say okay, I am here. I am a deer. I am Mokhtar there I can do this. And we use these descriptions to describe humans. This

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ability in this power is limited

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because it's not ours. And it's not full. It is borrowed. And it's temporary. While Allah azza wa jal is his powers and his ability are unlimited, and they are for ever,

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and a deer and Qadr is like Eileen and Ireland, a deer and Eileen is more superlative, more stronger in meaning than ILM and Aadhar. And then looked at it was mentioned once in the Quran in surah. Amar

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in Mata p and a Fijian nuttin, when the righteous are in Gardens and Rivers at the sight of a reigning king, who is Muqtada who is capable who is powerful and has absolute power.

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The following name, the following Beautiful Name of Allah azza wa jal is L hubby. The fully aware and this has a close relationship with Allah alim. So Allah says in Allah Habiba, the healer hubby Ron Basu, indeed Allah, of His servants is aware and seeing and Allah so it also says, all in an El Ahly Mojave, he said I was informed by the knowing the aware. So what is the meaning of a hadith? And how different is it from Adeem

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Imam Al Ghazali. May Allah have mercy on his soul said that Allah Halim

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is the All Knowing, but

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it usually refers to things that everybody can see things that are tangible and seen. While l hubiera. Whenever is used, this relates to what is hidden. So as an imam is said he says, Allah azza wa jal says knowledge

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things that are apparent and things that are hidden

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things that are secret, and things that are announced things that are mandatory to happen and also impossible to happen. And also those that are possible to happen whether they are in the upper heavens or in the lower Earths, whether it is related to the past, the present, or even the future. Allah has knowledge. Allah being al Habib here, encompasses all of that. And Allah knows all of that, which leads us to define the word or the final, beautiful name. And that is L Janine.

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l Jamil was not mentioned in the Quran. It is mentioned in the authentic hadith

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narrated by the Imam Muslim reported by an imam Muslim in the Sahara.

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When the Prophet I some referred to arrogancy. He said,

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No one with an atom weighed of arrogance in his heart would be admitted to Jannah. So one of the companions stood up and said, Oh prophet of Allah,

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an individual of us, one of us would like to have a beautiful garment and beautiful shoes.

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So the Prophet said that in salatu, salam, Allah is beautiful. In Allah Amin, you hit butcher man, and Allah loves beauty. So Allah the Almighty

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is beautiful. How can he not be beautiful? Look at this universe. Look at how beautiful things surround us.

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Can one without beauty, bestow such beauty? Definitely not. Allah is the ultimate in beauty. He is beautiful in His essence.

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He's beautiful in His attributes, he's beautiful in his actions, he's beautiful in his speech, subhanho wa taala.

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And no one can ever express how beautiful Allah is. Because it's beyond

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people's imagination. And this is

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is why the most beautiful favor and blessing of Allah upon the people of Paradise is when he unveils his face and allows them to see him. And that is yo Moon moseyed. They forget everything they have in paradise. Nothing has any value anymore when they're astonished by the beauty of Allah's face,

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and this is the ultimate gift that Allah gives to His servants in paradise. So, Allah has

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in his actions

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revolves between

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being merciful, unkind and

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giving us from His bounties and favours or between his fairness and justice, and dealing with those with his fairness and justice. And part of Allah being engineered.

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The beautiful is that he wants us to say the truth, he wants us to be beautiful inside out.

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Never lie, never cheat.

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Always say the truth.

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fill your heart with sincerity, with love. And with dependence and full reliance on Allah azza wa jal

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fill your actions and limbs with forms of worship. So you're always 24/7 worshiping Allah azza wa jal make your appearance your clothes your body, pure, purified from the Jassa purified from anything that is dirty, and unclean. Implement

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signs of fitrah clipping your nails, trimming your moustache going your beat, plucking your armpit hair, shaving your pubic area and so on because this is natural and Allah loves his servants to be part of his beautiful name. Al Jamil by beautifying himself themselves not the beauty that people think of

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movie stars or supermodels or body builders. This is not the beauty that Allah loves. Be careful.

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Allah doesn't love strippers. Allah doesn't love those who expose that Allah.

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The beauty that Allah loves is the one that goes side by side with the Quran and with the Sunnah and I pray to Allah, that he fills our lives with beauty that pleases him. subhanho Azerbaijan, we have a short break, stay tuned, and inshallah we'll be right back

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. Today I'm going to talk about the book interactions of the greatest leader, Abu Saeed Al Hadi Radi Allahu Iran narrated that the prophets of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, for every hardship, disease, worry, distress, home and grief that a Muslim faces and even for every thorn that pricks him, Allah will expiate some of their sins through it, Abdullah bin Mr. ruderal, the Allahu Anhu said, I entered, where the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, and I found him suffering pains of a fever. And I said, O Messenger of Allah, you are suffering severe pains of your fever, and he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Yes, I'm

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suffering as much as two men among us would suffer. I said to him, for that reason, will you have to rewards he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Yes, it will be as you said, there is not a Muslim that is afflicted with the harm of a thorn, or any above that, except that because of it, Allah will expiate their sins, and his sins will fall like leaves fall off a tree.

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah and welcome back. Our first caller for tonight is Faisal Khan from India that I'm working shift some to law shift my question was one was about but then one was about your YouTube channel My question was that my grandfather's birthday is coming and he's really sick. So my mother told me to wish on that day but I said

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so if my mother gives me the phone on that day, what should I speak and also she related to your YouTube channel was that the Islamic faith series if I watch that will I be grounded in Aqeedah

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and we have Hamid from the US

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sounds Allah

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dua is authentic and not from

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the joy

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Allahu Allah

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I heard that works for debt to pay off the debt and also to obtain a job okay, I will answer inshallah I'd find from the UK

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so they don't sound a lot.

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Like if we inshallah come tomorrow the

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last time Amazon has a study. Okay, my question is this.

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What's the best form of Ibadah that we can do at home? Like Should we continue playing

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or playing plan or do another How can we maximize the distance actually just wanted to like 21

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more than myself

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Okay, I will have from Bangladesh salaam where they can shave sounds Allah chief in the masjid the Imam computes the Fatiha and then waits for a moment and then says Amin like wallet ball in mean something like this and sometimes he doesn't says I mean, so she says What should I do? Should I wait for him to say I mean and say it with him or should I say it just when he concludes that they have I will answer it.

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She had from Bangladesh

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she had

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she had

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Okay, Julianne from Belgium.

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Salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah shake South Allah. May Allah you are the ones that TV and me and all the viewers of this lesson I mean,

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my question is today is about how to be steadfast on last night's of the Ramadan to find the light of the quarter.

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Okay, I will answer Shala

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and Mohammed from Pakistan,

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somebody can shape the law

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sometimes make mistaken cylinders to have and I do another similar set for that and sometimes I again, make a mistake and do another third one in the same breath. So is this permissible? What is the ruling if someone makes a mistake during ces if he already he or she already has done mistakes in the prayer and then that person is doing I will answer inshallah. Somebody from the Emirates Hello. Salam aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah man lucky few would say hi mafia. I mean you as well. I can't actually one of my daughters, she has not reached the age of puberty. She is a small like 10 years of age. Can she lead me in Dharavi?

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Okay, I will answer Mashallah.

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And sad man from Bangladesh.

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Salam alaikum. Salam Allah.

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Chef, my question is how the majority of scholars and scholars used to treat with us will be the least explain it.

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Okay, I will answer insha Allah

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and we have Taymor from the UK.

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Salam aleikum Santo Allah. So the Hadith by the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam when he said that the people who struggle to read the Quran get double the reward. Does that mean that people can't who pronounce the letters wrong or

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Are the Tajweed rules wrong? Does that apply to them?

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Okay, I will answer insha Allah and I've taught from India

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Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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Allah barakato

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share I have seen people reading Quran while keeping it on floor or on their lap. Is this appropriate to keep the Quran like this and reading it is a common law

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and Abdulaziz from Sri Lanka

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so I'm for law

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Tech My question is

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I have a I have a My boss is a very

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hot tempered person she's so he all the time is where then the toxic employees is a very rude way so the only option I have is to work in this workplace so is there a way I can deal with him in an Islamic way because it makes me lose my patience so share I will answer inshallah.

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My phone from Indonesia

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Hello salam Wa Alaikum Shia chant Allah

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chef My question is on behalf of a brother of mine currently is working in the security industry as a security guard and sometimes he's required to use canine dogs for operational duties maybe like investigations or patrolling etc. as a as a practicing Muslim. What is the rolling check for this? Okay, I will answer inshallah. And we have hubby from UK

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Salam yes heavy.

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Okay, I have a very big question.

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I can give you only small answer. Apologies.

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Okay, I've hold crucial hajis but I have frontal lobe damage. So am I able to answer John No, I'm not gonna go Jahannam forever What did you do

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have full spiritual heart disease and have major frontal lobe damage so I'm not able to heal it I don't understand at all what you're saying

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Are you are you able to hear me I can hear you but I cannot understand your accent.

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So you what do you what illness do you have

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spiritual heart disease spiritual heart disease Okay.

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Well, I can't cure you because I have major frontal frontal lobe damage.

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I will answer inshallah.

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And we have somewhat Allah from the UAE

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So salaam aleikum? wa

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rahmatullah wa barakato.

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I had a question. My father just recently invested in a cryptocurrency so I wanted to know if it is haram. Hello, okay. I will answer inshallah.

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So, we have 15 minutes to go and 15 questions. Let's see Faison from India. His grandfather's birthday is coming soon. So can he

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congratulate his grandfather who's really sick and his mom is pressuring him to say happy birthday? The answer is no. This is not part of our customs. This is imitating the West. And as a dutiful grandson, you should have been calling your father grandfather at least once a week. We have a problem with our own relatives. My own nephews and nieces. Don't call except once every four or five months. Some of them don't even call once a year.

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And their parents are mashallah righteous practicing. But these children, they come from a bad seat, maybe. Maybe they've chosen the dunya over the akhirah maybe, or they're engaged in worldly matters that made them neglectful, most probably, but it's our duty. It's my duty to call my uncle's my aunts every now and they might cousins I do this to all of my relatives, even if they don't call back. Because I'm anticipating the reward from Allah azza wa jal, and I always give them the benefit of the doubt they're busy.

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So the youngsters are the one who's supposed to call the elders not the other way around, and not once a year. So if you were dutiful in calling your grandfather of a paw every week or every couple of weeks or every even more

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And then you don't need to worry about this. As for his second question, though, we are not supposed to answer two questions about watching my series on the Islamic faith. Would that be sufficient for Arpita? No, it wouldn't be. This is an introduction. And it is an eye opener Arcadia is a vast science that not the likes of me teach, you have to go to real scholars and learn from them. But this is an eye opener. This counter attacks a lot of the misconceptions, and explains in a light way for laymen. How to Understand Aqeedah you can go to a solo Thalassa the three fundamental principles also on my YouTube channel, this would give you a better insight you can go to Kibito hate that I

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don't think I have it on YouTube. But chef Solomon Emery

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has it, and it's very beneficial. And all of Chef Salim lambris lectures which are being taught twice or three times a week are beneficial that you should learn from as well. Mohammed from the US says the Hadith Allahu McWeeny Behala can haram ik This is an authentic hadith and it is helpful to pay off your debts and find a good job if you say it with good intention, and you persist on saying it frequently as many times as you can. Because Allah loves it when his servant asks him a lot, not just throw it once every couple of weeks. Do it again no do it multiple times per day, believing that only Allah can provide for you at from from the UK what are the best and also

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G GN from Belgium? What are the best things to do in the last 10 Nights? Okay, the sky is the limit. And the Prophet did not tell us at a solid sum to specifically do one thing.

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However, we know that the vast majority of his time was spent in night prayer. So standing in prayer for tahajjud reciting the Quran, while in tahajjud, making long vicar while and record and sujood, making lots of dua in your sujood and before offering salah. All of these are part of the highly recommended things to do in the last 10 nights of Ramadan. However, scholars usually answer this question by saying, wherever you find your heart, then you should do it. So sometimes I may pray two hours, and then get a little bit tired or bored. And this is logical people do get bored. We're not angels who pray without end. So when you get bored, you can sit down open the Quran and recite three

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four Jews.

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When you get bored, you can engage in dua. When you get bored, you can listen to a lecture or read something from the CLI or ask Allah for forgiveness and then you stand up for prayer again, and do that in in sha Allah, you will be on the winning side of the house. He says that his Imam after saying right in the middle of baldly, he poses and then says mean. So what should we do? Some scholars say that in order to get the reward of forgiveness,

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where the prophet said that is to some whoever coincides saying Amin with the Amin of the angels, Allah will forgive his sins.

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And this Amin, in some views of scholars must be said after the Imam says I mean, so once the Imam says mean all the congregation afterwards, say Amin, but this is a weak opinion. And the most authentic opinion is after the Imam finishes. Ball lien, you all say I mean whether the Imam says it or not. So if the Imam poses don't wait for him, the moment he says ball lien all of the congregation so it should say Amin, Mohammed from Pakistan. He said he committed a mistake in the prostration of forgetfulness once and then he offered another prostrations and he made them a mistake, and he actually you're playing.

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And if you were not ignorant of the rolling, I would have said this nullifies your prayer because this is not the format of prayer that the Prophet taught as a result. So therefore, what should I do nothing. If you made a mistake and the frustration of forgetfulness, move on. Do that to frustrations with the mistake and move on and don't repeat it again. Somebody from the Emirates

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Can my daughter who's 10 years of age not reaching the age of puberty? Lead me in prayer? Yes, if she's leading only females, no problem in that sad man says, How did the

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IMA deal with the people of innovation?

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And this requires a lecture and lots of quotations. But at the end of the day, why would we ask such a question?

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If those people of innovation are living with us, around us, if I'm living in a country that 90% of the people are from the people of innovation, would it be wise to treat them as disbelievers cut all ties, they give salam I don't reply to their Salam. They say that they come with a big smile, and I grim in their faces and frown in their faces, as if I want to spit on them and step on their necks. What type of a Muslim is this? Now don't get me and caught me wrong. I'm not saying to be friend with them.

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And at the same time, I'm not saying that all people have innovations are the same.

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Only the people of ignorance, who

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paint all people with the same brush. So someone who makes congregational dua after the prayer is over is a people of innovation. And someone who goes to dargahs and worship the graved people and call them is people of innovation. I think the same of course not. So the students of knowledge should have knowledge should have educate, should have wisdom. It's not collecting How did the Imam Sofian authority react when someone of the people of innovation came and did this and that why did Imam so and so not respond to the salaam of so and so why did they okay, this is not Quran and Sunnah. Your Quran, your sunnah dictates how you treat people. And never the prophet has taught us

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to treat people in such a vicious and ruthless way just because there are people of innovation when we know that there are more than 100 Shades of people are innovation, some of them are very acceptable, but still innovation, we can be friends we can tolerate we can talk to and give advice. So this is a long topic that students of knowledge should pay attention to take more from the UK, the one who stutters and finds it difficult to recite the Quran, is it in touch with or is it in pronunciation? It's in pronounciation Tajweed is not mandatory. So

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if I recite called our odo Bureau Bill Fadak Mishary mahakumbh Chalasani the option to further develop them shatter hazard the hazard, zero to sweet,

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but recitation is accepted.

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And what is meant is that when it's difficult for you to say they're not Bodo, less than or more lean, you said Darlene, you can say the BOD or Riley Gayatri? This is what is meant by the Hadith and Allah knows best effed up from India. Is it permissible to do what some Muslims do? They read the Quran, put it on their laps, or maybe put it in the ground there is nothing wrong in that.

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It is totally bogus to claim that putting the Quran on the ground is disrespecting it. How do you know do you enter my heart? I love the Quran. I put my forehead on the ground when sujood Am I disrespecting my face? This is nonsense. So what counts is what's in your heart. If I want to make prostration of recitation, I put the Quran on the ground and I make frustration of recitation. Some people hold it and they make frustration on it. Claiming that by holding it, they are respecting it not knowing that their frustration is not valid because their hand is not on the ground, and so on. So get out of these traditions that are not related to Islam. Abdel Aziz from Sri Lanka, his boss is

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very very rude. yells at him, he is very.

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He has anxiety attacks, rage attacks, etc. How can he deal with him? As

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a rule of thumb,

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your fingers are not in the same length. They differ. And this means that people differ as well. So

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As a rule of thumb in business, if you do your job description, as required, fulfill your tasks on time, perfectly without any flaws, common time and leave in time, nobody could open his mouth. Not a single one person, superior supervisor, GM director, CEO can open his mouth against you. Because there's nothing wrong in what you're doing. He doesn't look how he doesn't like how you look, the * with them, who cares?

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This is not in my job description. You asked me for two to three tasks, they're over, they're finished before the deadline. You don't like that I don't make coffee for you. It's not my job. It's not in the job description. So the best way to counter attack these abusive people, is by not replying to them. Wherever they shouts or screams or swears that you just smile at them, and keep on working.

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Can you hear what I'm saying? I'm talking to you smile and continue working. This puts them on fire. This turns the table on their heads. And they can pin anything against you. Because my work is documented. Everything between me and you is on emails, whatever he says to you verbally, you send them an email, in reference to your instruction five minutes ago to do so and so on. So at that specific time, I will acknowledge accepting it so that he could not say that I didn't say it. And may Allah make it easy. My fourth from Indonesia, security guard deals with canine dogs. So part of his job is to deal with dogs to sniff drugs and a munition or arms or whatever. Is this permissible

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that says yes, this is permissible because it's a necessity. The rulings remain the saliva and the wetness in the nose in the mouth. And the tongue of the dog is not just you have to wash it off. Hubby from the UK. He says that he has a chronic heart illnesses, spiritual diseases. And he doesn't know if he's gonna enter Jannah or enter *, I don't know either. This is something that you need to book a counseling session if you can afford it, and speak to the counselor about what you're suffering from. Because many times what you're suffering from is nothing. It's just whispers of the shaytaan. And the counselor would give you an answer in five to 10 minutes from listening to what

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you have to say. So if you

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are afraid of entering hellfire, and want to know you need to

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confine what you feel with someone that you trust his knowledge and he can lead you to safety in sha Allah. Finally, separate Allah from the Emirates, his father bought crypto currency or invested in cryptocurrency, what's the ruling and that I made

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a video clip nine minutes into I think a couple of years ago when it's first started. And the ruling is the same. It's ambiguous. It is bogus. Three days ago, a Turkish businessman was indicted, I think and the Interpol is looking for him for stealing $2 billion dollars worth of cryptocurrencies and flooding the country. So this is ambiguous. It's not cash. It's not tangible. Anybody could hack into it, anybody could forget the password and lose so much money and the spikes, that it goes up can be easily the same when it goes down. And it is not backed by any finite, trusted financial institution. Only the rich are getting richer and the poor will be getting poorer. So my opinion

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about it is still the same as the vast majority of scholars of the Muslim world that it is haram. This is all the time we have until we meet next time tomorrow I leave you fi Manila was Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh what he'll

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