Reflections On The Prophets 07 The First Murder

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The segment discusses the importance of avoiding harms behavior and not giving up. It also touches on the concept of "arrogant responsibility" and the use of words like "will" and "will" to describe actions and behavior. The segment also touches on the origins of the murder of two Muslims in the Han-thai tournament, the emotional state of the killers, and the use of the symbol of the beast in religion. The segment concludes with a discussion of the history of the murder of a woman reciting the Quran and avoiding sexual interactions with people.

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Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam O Allah Rasool Allah. on early he was Safi here he married my brothers and sisters in Islam as salaam alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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Corbin and habit COVID got jealous a police knew of this he because he had experienced it and then he started to develop arrogance. So then add the malaise lm said to them go and make an offering and see which one gets accepted. So if COVID In other words, if yours gets accepted, then you will have what you desire. But obviously Allah knows the nature of carbene or the the way he has the character which he has obey, which is a bad character. Look what it accompanies with. It's accompanied with self centeredness and selfishness greed, his offering because he was a farmer who grew crops, his crops he brought some wheat in Hardin says bro, wait, that was really bad. And call and have been,

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Hey bro, he was a he was a farmer, also a sheep he bought he brought the best sheep and gave it as an offering. Not that Allah wants them but because in order to prove and show their piety, so obviously carbines offering was not accepted

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and have been explained it to him he says my brother, Allah only accepts from the pious. It's just a symbol. This offering and the acceptance is a symbol that you are a pious, when you're on the right way. You're on the right track you are your character is good. The other one's selfish. The other one's got greed. They got jealousy. But what happened to Kobe? Now he became arrogant, because he did not Islam, the word Islam. Islam has a meaning. Islam is a verb, Islam and Muslim is a verb.

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Yes, it can be a noun al Islam. But it also denotes an act. When you say he is a Muslim, she's a Muslim, and Islam is an action of submitting oneself and their desires to God.

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gabions did not want to make himself a Muslim. So he rejected what happened to him. After rejecting obviously, compassion and mercy no longer exists in you.

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When you when you're arrogant person knowingly. I know that there are people who are not Muslim, but there have they do have compassion and mercy. But we're talking about those who knew very well, the truth, and they deliberately rejected when you know the truth, you know what's right, but you don't want it. That's when compassion and mercy starts to escape from us. And also, what do you you don't care anymore about rights, no longer conscience about your actions, slowly develops that way. So he went, he said, luck to lenok. Immediately he resorted to a threat, I will kill you. I will kill you.

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Because you've got You're in my way. And the best thing I can do is kill you because I can't change your mind. I can't get what I want. I'm going to kill you.

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That's why I love forbid, killing. This one, it's among the worst of actions as you all know.

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So his brother said to him, obviously his brother, his character is now even increasing more and more with his piety.

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His selflessness his obedience to Allah. Allah kept him conscious. It kept him

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on the ball in you. So what does he say to his brother his brother wants to kill him. He's out. outrageous. He's lost the plot have been says to him, brother. Allah accepts it from the pious. And look here. If you extend your arm or in any way to kill me, I'm not gonna fight back. I'm not gonna kill you. I'm not gonna extend extend my arm out. I have a right but I won't.

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And our scholars and past narrators say that had been was actually stronger than kabhi

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hubby was actually stronger than Corbin and he could, and he could have killed his brother if he wanted to, but had been his piety to a last month and it stopped him. It is piety. It's something that he had developed inside of him. That stopped him from this terrible act, especially that he is his brother.

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And then he says, in a half a Lucha bellami he tells you the reason why he did not extend his arm out to kill his brother. Why? He said, I fear a lot of the load of all mankind. A lot of the humans. What does he fear? I fear that He will punish me on that day. Have you forgotten brother, but the arrogance and the jealousy and the greed made his brother his other brother forget everything like that? Well, it didn't really matter.

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Forget it literally. But his consciousness, his sensitivity to it had gone.

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That's what happens with us when sins begin to develop in us what happens? We begin to become desensitized. We don't know we don't care anymore about the sin. It doesn't mean as much. The Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is that he said, the believer who is close to Allah sees the sin, like a mountain hovering above his head.

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About he is afraid that it's going to fall on him.

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but the person who is not close to our last panel dialer, or the disbelievers sees the sin

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no matter how big or small it is, like a fly,

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buzzing around. And it just does this too. It will be Haggadah, it is this to it. shoo away the difference.

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And our scholars agree with this rule. Here COVID had forgotten had lost all of that,

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and have been said to him to remind them and also to tell him if you're going to kill me that's what you're going to do and you arrogant you've disbelieved. Then I would rather you take my sins as well as your own sins.

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This doesn't mean that automatically if you kill someone, automatically they take your sins.

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That sorry, you take their sins on top of your own sin, but it means that on the Day of Judgment, if you don't repent to Allah subhanaw taala and change your life and compensate for you're wrong, then yes, according to the Hadith, this person will become bankrupt when they have harmed someone or killed someone or stolen from someone or hurt someone or backfit someone they take your house or net they take your husband at because there is no other way on a day of judgment to repay them but that way and then when Hassan atta over, then you take this yet Allah says this in the Quran about those who harm others and did mislead others. You know, you tell some do something wrong. I can come

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along. Let's go and steal together. Let's go and Rob that old lady in her house. Let's go and and and bash these people, especially Lebanese gangs, right? I'm going to go get all my cousins and we're going to bash you and they and they rock up with about you know, 50 cousins to us. You know, Lebanese, everyone's their cousin for some reason. Call his cousin they bash him up. Right? Because the cows don't get all these gang they can't fight them one on one enough to bring all the again the cousins and they bashed a Muslim brother,

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Muslim or Muslim sister.

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As a teacher I've seen

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even in Muslim schools, though different Muslim schools, the nationalism comes in similar to Kobe what what was his he was thinking about himself. What's nationalism thinking about my nationality? Right or wrong, a fight you doesn't matter? Because you're from the other nationality. And that's it. That's another disease which we should learn from carbene

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and heavy man girls and boys.

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So he was heavy.

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Saying I want you to take my sin angiotensin.

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Allah says a very interesting statement, Allah says, felt Bobwhite loner

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he felt

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back I mean, he

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called bill soul or his knifes then prompted him to kill his brother and he killed him. And he became one of the losers Of what? loosely translated as prompted. But really the word thought has a deeper meaning. The nuts have been taught to him What does that mean? It means that it made him justify his intention made him justify his intention. You heard of murderers, when they I don't know if you've read about murder is when those were caught and brought before the court. The common statement among them is that they think that didn't do anything wrong. They try to justify it you know, they try to justify nitti has come out and they say I didn't mean to but and I always have a

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bat to it right? They're guilty but

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they drove me to do that.

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They shouldn't have done this.

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They took this and and it grew a rage inside of me and I couldn't bear myself and I got sick, I was sick. I tried to justify everything. So Corbin justified his actions in his head somehow.

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pedophiles, serial killers murderers, they try to justify the act of killing the act of murder.

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Famous murder is

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amazing, famous murderers make it into the history book. And you find that why do they murder? If they rob banks and they rub places in a murder? Like Ned Kelly and many others? Why do they murder in order to have a name? They want to have a name to be remembered for their act. So they

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They justified in their head, this way, Robin Hood still from the rich gift to the poor. This is a very false concept that we have the concept of Zakat where you don't need to rob from anybody.

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But he justify fatawa

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which means that it's possible for us to justify a harm in our heads to ourselves. And we will debate others about it and we'll stand and we'll make protests. And we, you know, like the socialist parties, they make protests to legalize marijuana drugs in their mind. There's nothing wrong with taking marijuana. How did I justify this? I don't know.

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Any party justify it. They try to justify it and they stand by it. They stand by it with a passion with a passion

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because their hearts they don't allow the enough's to agree with what was true. They hide it is what it's why it's called Cofer. What does gopher mean? In Arabic, literally the word Cofer means

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literally it's used for farmers when they put a seed in the ground to cover it up with soil it means to cover up something with soil. So good for means a cover up to cover up once the truth within you cover it up and move on. As well go for hide the truth, cover it up, move on for a while leveling up. So Caitlyn is a he convinced himself justified in his head somehow to kill his brother. But he ended up among the losers this tried to justify to yourself without accepting the obedience of Allah and His words, you want to go with your own opinion against the words of Allah subhanaw taala then you're a loser. Allah says there is no way of success.

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There is no way of success. I say to married couples all the time. Marriage which is based on disobedience of Allah,

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marry marriage which is based on disobedience of Allah. It contains the elements of its failure. And the marriage which is based on the obedience of Allah Spanner. The IRA has the element of its consistency, it'll last it'll last it'll be continuous.

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But Allah says,

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as the some of the prophecies to say to their people, when a software compiler can lead to a boon and NASA when they used to say to the people, such as the dalai center, or sorry, I advised you, my people, but you did not like the advisors, and only zimo como Antonella. Hi, Carrie, when are we going to force you to take it on when you don't want it yourselves? Let's try him demo site. You cannot force them

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to share. Norman Sheriff on your crew ever wants it let him believe whoever doesn't want it, let them disbelieve. And we have prepared for each one the consequence.

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Now, when he killed his brother, Allah tells us in the Quran that kaabil

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didn't know what to do with his body. So Allah sent a raven or a crow, scratching into the earth, to show him how to bury the corpse of his brother, a loss in two crows. Because it says that he carried his brother around and started walking everywhere, and didn't know what to do with the corpse of his brother. First death, they didn't know how to bury. So Allah sent two crows, ravens, or ravens and they fought each other in front of carbene. One killed the other. And then it went and

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made a hole in the ground and buried it with soil. And Corbin says Woe to me was I not even able to do as this Raven, and so bury my brother. Then he became full of remorse. After he buried his brother, and it was final and over. Corbin felt regret.

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Jeep, he felt regret. All during that time. There wasn't an ounce of regret. There wasn't an ounce of guilt. Once he did his deed, and on top of that he buried him and his body is no longer before him. His true senses start to come back to him. There's a lot of wisdom in this I don't know if we have time to talk about it. But two of the wisdoms is at the time of the sin. The person's belief runs away from him as a professor send them says the moment the believer when he or she stills or lies or whatever, well not lies he or she steals or does acts of heroin. scrubs as Adam said a moment doesn't lie. But he mentioned he would steal he would commit Zina would do other things or

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drink. Once he is doing what she is doing the act the sin they are not mins ie the this amount which is inside of you. This is something that you acquire when you are doing this in the man actually goes away. You don't feel it. But when the sin is over, the man comes back if you had the man before it will come back and that a man will make you feel remorse and you do something about it. But there's something interesting here.

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Before I go on the next wisdom is that so panela this

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Sooner of burying our dead,

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it makes us relieved and returns us back to our senses. It's a miracle in that safarnama that we're paranoid so long as the bodies at the coroner's when we get it and we bury it. The family now rests assured because that's it done what they can the rest is up to Allah. So now the true sense has come back after the sin had been committed by Claudine, something very interesting with Gabi the regret came back to him. But guess what, he did not do anything about it. He did not repent. He did not make Toba. He did not ask Allah for forgiveness. It didn't try to compensate his actions. So that means he man was not with him before he killed his brother.

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He had only the natural remorse which any human can have.

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The biggest murderer can have it. The biggest cafard can have it. Everyone can have this natural remote Allah created in US accredited innocently born

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enough Suddenly, the neffs always feels remorse. But the difference is that who does something about and who doesn't?

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There are some people they feel it and they hate it. They arrogant against themselves. Oh, that's why Allah says when we do is sin. Well, how does Allah describe it? When a person does a sin? What does Allah say? He says, lamb enough, sir.

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He has oppressed himself. You're doing wrong to yourself. You're enough's is one thing naturally and you're trying to stop it. When Allah says about the pity and the kuffaar or the or the Muslims who commit sin, what did what did you say? Lola Manasa. When Medina either falou he shot an older lamb for seven and those who when they do an act of indecency, or wrong themselves Lola more emphasis on Adam la cinnamate from the tree. Allah told him Did I not tell you both that you will be among the wrongdoers to yourself. So we are actually harming ourselves than us, harming ourselves through our lives.

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Your enough's has a right and you must give it obedience of Allah spirituality you must give it the chance to return back to him to Ian to him and to go to

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the story then after that is very interesting.

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What happened.

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Corbin did not go back to his father.

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The copes are the information was known by his other brothers and sisters. And the news came to them to her work first to their mother, who received the news. Some narration say that at least himself came to her well, they suggest that there were no other brothers and sisters and some say there were other brothers, sisters, younger ones, but weren't ready for marriage. But some narrations say at least himself came because in those days that he could they could see him. And he said to her were

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corbeil killed hubby.

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And she said killed. What does kill mean? In other narration COVID didn't know how to kill him.

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So a police came and showed him how to kill him. He was trying to strangle him and try to put pull him but he didn't know how to kill him. So I told him grab a huge rock and throw it on his head. Another narration says stabbing and he'll die. So he they learned how to kill and how we didn't know what death was. So he said, she said, What do you mean what's killing? what's what's death? He said, at least told her it means that he can no longer eat, or talk or walk

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or drink.

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Then she started to cry. Adam alayhis salaam approached her where and he asked her what's wrong. In this narration? She said

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and she wouldn't answer. She kept on crying. He asked her a second time she wouldn't answer she kept on crying. And he asked her a third time she kept on crying and she wouldn't answer finally Adam alayhis salam, he said, and he knew what the situation was. Somehow he knew Adam and I sent him afterwards. And he made the following statement. He said this is what the women among our children, the females among our children will inherit from their mother. They are more emotional at time of death, and they will cry more. And so Pamela, if this narration has any doubt in his authenticity in the least the meaning it makes sense. Because we see in today, women of extreme are generally more

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emotional than the men by a longshot when it comes down to death. And Russell's Assalam did forbid women from visiting the grave at the time and at least at the time of the burial. At the time of the bear we've covered this before

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because of their emotional state makes them mate may have say something that's wrong or do something out of their conscious

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So Adam alayhis salam kept silent in relation to the news. But he said to her, Well, this will be the inherited attribute of your daughters of our daughters,

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which is not necessarily a very bad thing, but it can become bad if the women don't take control of themselves. To a certain extent crying His mercy crying is natural and also Muhammad wa sallam cried when his son died for him. But you have to know the boundary. You have to know the boundary to how far Don't say things that are disobedient to Allah spandana and don't do acts that are outrageous.

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In relation to the killing of them both carbene ran away.

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And Aurora Susa Salam warns us Muslims against one another.

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He said

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he that there were gentle Muslim Ernie bcfa him at falcata Walmart to Luffy. Now

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he said when two Muslims confront each other with their swords, physical fighting, then the murderer and the murdered the murderer and the victim.

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Both are in hell.

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Both of them.

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Kalia Rasul Allah they said his companions asked him a messenger of Allah. Heather caught in film Abaddon macoun call in who Karina Harrison Allah cochlea sahibi

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they said yeah, rasulillah

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Okay, that was a murderer. But what about the victim? Is the victim Why should he go to Hellfire the prophet SAW Selim replied, because the victim was also keen on killing his brother. But his brother was stronger than him and he killed him. So they both are in hellfire. He died with that intention. He died with that intention. He wanted to kill his brother.

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So what should a Muslim do in that sense? They said yeah, Rasul Allah and another Hadith

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of the Prophet SAW Selim said, Don't be like everyone else. When they do good to you. That's the only time you do good to them. And when they do bad to you, that's the only that you're returning the same way.

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Then it says no, sola, what should we do that? Hey, they said, he said, when they do good to you, you also do good to them. That's normal. But when they do bad to you try to avoid that badness try to avoid the events are to defend yourself, but don't intend to kill him in the same way, such as revenge.

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So for we understand this from the area where habito says, instead, I prefer that you bear the burden of my sin and your sin, and so become an inhabitant of the fire that is the campus of the transgressors.

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A Muslim does not hold his sword against another Muslim, even if the other Muslim held his sword against him except in defense, but not with the intention of killing him.

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For this reason, and this Hadith, in Bukhari Muslim By the way, and this next Hadith or salsa Sallam told us

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that as a result of the actions of carbene,

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fitna began between the people fitna of killing and mischief and corruption.

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And he said, there will be turmoil very soon, the one who sat down from it will be better than the one who is standing, and the one who is standing will be better than who was walking, and the one who is walking will be better than the one who is running. He said, Tell me what shall I do? Meaning the companion who's hearing this hadith he said, Tell me, what shall I do if someone enters my home and wants to kill me? And also send them replied, be like the son of Adam.

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What is the process and I'm talking about this hadith is a Muslim Madden tournament, the authentic hadith it also says, I'm telling us there will come a time when Muslims will want to kill one another. There's going to be war between Muslims and brothers. I also saw sell me saying, don't hold your sword. And another Hadith he said, even if you were to live on in the mountains, isolate yourself from this fitna among the Muslims, and live by by written needing to eat from the roots of trees. If you have no other resources, don't come back.

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Don't involve yourself between the fitna of the Muslims avoided if you can reconcile good if you can't avoid it as the best thing and they said yeah, the sooner lower Should we do the fitna comes to us and be like the son of Adam like heavy.

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Don't carry your sword against them. And this first fitna, at the promise awesome spoke about beginning in the beginning of the murder of Amara, the luevano and adult of the fitna was opened which extended to the time of our the Halifax Metro the Aloha

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No offense. And there was a fitna among the Muslims, listen to what happened, how a man of the alojado dealt with it. Somehow there is a wisdom behind him being the halifa at that time, even though there were others who could have been more qualified.

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But Allah knows best of metal delana was the halifa and look what happened a huge lesson. There were people among the Muslims, yes, that were had wrong information. And they resorted to the violence between the Muslims and they came in to kill us matter, the Aloha of matter the Allahu anhu was still reading the book, The Quran

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and they were among them even earlier their loved one was supported automatically Alon who would protect him and they were members of the competitors props are sent to protect him and they said yeah, I mean many and why don't you send an army against them, these Muslims who are transgressing against you, he said one Lucha will not lift the sword because I do not I do not want to be it to be said after me

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after me

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that Osman Delano kills his companions

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are not want me to be a prerequisite to open up a new sooner of Muslims killing one another. I will not live my sword against the Muslim I will not share his blood even if he isn't the wrong one to kill me. So we took the Hadith the prophet SAW Selim be like the good one from the two sons of Adam have been

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what what happened to him? We all know.

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It's factual. It's fact undeniably in the history of the way that Mandela Han who was murdered. Muslims entered

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were misguided. We leave that up to Allah May Allah forgive them. Allah knows this situation they entered while he's reciting the Quran. His wife, on the other hand has stood up to protect her husband Earth man. And they said that her two fingers, she put her arms set at her fingers

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and she made a curse against them. And also metal their liners was reciting the Quran. They killed him with his sword and his blood seeped on the Quran.

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He would not he had the power, he had the soldiers, but he did not live the sword. And this is how it's metal delana died reciting the Quran after him was illegal. The Allahu anhu came about and earlier the lion himself was also murdered again.

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And the person who murdered him

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he murdered was

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one of the worst of those who call themselves Muslims. They interpreted the Quran in their own way, in a way that was never known by the prophet SAW Selim. And when he killed him, he killed him as a leader the Allahu anhu was exiting the masjid and he killed him with his sword. By the way, I knew that there were people after him, but again, it's proven soil and he was reciting an idea from the Quran.

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The murderer what killed him reciting Aya from the Quran as though he is committing jihad.

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They killed him of course.

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But the door of the fitna opened and the fitna began with kabhi that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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let Dr. Neff Suleyman. Illa Khanna, alleghany Adam and a when gitflow Minda Mia Leanna. Hakuna a woman sin.

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No soul is killed unjustly. But the first son of Adam meaning kabhi bears bears a part of that sin. Because he was the first to initiate this tradition of killing the red button collected in Buhari anyone who starts off a bad tradition and it becomes accustomed with the people, that person will carry a portion of the sin until it is stopped or until the last hour.

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Now killing was started by that tradition.

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And also saw Selim also said we mentioned this hadith last week I'll just say it in English very quick. No sin expedites meaning

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gets rid of the divine punishment in this world, the one has to suffer for his sin in the Hereafter, then the sin of rebellion and rupture of wound relationships, meaning, any sin that you do in this world, the hereafter punishment is in the hereafter or it's forgiven, except for the two sins which is rebellion, killing, murder, killing, murder, theft, rights of others, and cutting off severing the ties of relationships between relatives, their sin, their punishment is is both in this world and in the Hereafter, in this world and in the hereafter married in a Timothy

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ran to the mountains, it is narrated, you will find this in video in the hand that is a poverty

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that it is said although we don't know the authenticity of this narration, but the meaning of it is very interesting. It is quite it makes sense. corbeil

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rent to the mountains It is said and Allah smart Allah gave Adam I sell him another son instead of heavy named chief. Some narration say that sheath was a Navy a prophet but Allah knows best.

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But rasa Salim said about sheath in Allah and zillah me at sahifa What about a sort of eyelash sheath Hasina sahifa Allah sent down 104 scriptures of them were 50 that was sent down upon sheath. So he did receive scriptures.

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She received scriptures, and they were words of wisdom from Allah subhanho wa Taala. In other narration, and who owns Allah, Allah has come sooner. Sahaba 50 scriptures were sent down upon him meaning upon sheath.

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This man sheath, Allah is if you want, may Allah be pleased with him.

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A lot of narrations say that he got married obviously, and he had children and that the lineage gets ends up with him.

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She's had children, and they lived on earth in the land. Adam alayhis salam had forbidden that the people of the mountains mixed with the people of the land because of the corruption, and this meaning is correct. According to the professor salams Hadith, the meaning of it, the concept is that no matter what Allah denisa, nearly every person is on the way of life of their companions. Felicia had to come in New Holland, let every one of you be aware who they take as a friend.

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Your friend is who you are. So be careful who your friends are. I say this to the young people here especially Be careful how you choose your friends. They are friends that level up and you find them that they you know, pray their prison handed in there, and they try to stay away from sin as much as they can. They should be your friends. But any other friend is not a good friend. Even if it takes you out for a good time. is not a friend at least can give you a bit of time. shaitan give us a better time.

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Right? But they are not the friends that will lead you astray. Be aware of them Be careful, they'll give up on you when they when you really need them.

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I remember a young, young man, young boy about 1617

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I used to use clothes I used to tell him brother stay away from those friends saying I was really bad friends stay away from them. So now they're my friends you know with for life we spent on our hand and choke on we're friends for life. One day it comes back home. And he's very

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regretful what happened. his so called friends driving him down to someplace

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and they dropped him off at a beach and they said we'll come back. They didn't come back. They left him there until midnight. Where are my friends? He's got no way home he's got no car doesn't have a license as you're gonna get home.

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He managed to call borrow someone's mobile and he called his parents went and got him. said to him bro, what are you trying to do trying to be like your friends. You like a monkey in the jungle trying to fly acting like a bird. You're not a bird.

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Alright, that'd be like the monkey tries to fly.

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Be yourself. You are a Muslim, you are a believer in sha Allah, choose your friends, right? Don't try to be something you're not.

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he forbid the net people of the mountain people of the land to mix.

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And it was that the women of the mountain were more attractive than the women of the land. And the men of the mountains.

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I'm sorry, opposite. The women of the land are more attractive than the women of the mountains and the men of the mountains are more attractive than the men of the land.

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Because of that rule, they had never been mixing. And Allahu Allah and Adam alayhis salaam died. We'll talk about his death next week in sha Allah, but he died.

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sheath ring kept that route.

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But what happened?

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It says that at least not at La La Atlanta to LA. He made himself to form the young boy,

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like an apprentice, and he went to a blacksmith who used to work with metal.

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And he asked if he could be an apprentice for that blacksmith.

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And what he did was

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he worked for him and he designed a flute. He designed the shape of a flute. I'm not sure if this is a hadith but he's also underrated. In albida when he hired by McAfee, also find in third party that he went in and he created a flute he made a flute

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and with that flute

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came out.

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And he introduced it to everyone.

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You see nice voices is natural.

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The natural nature is natural. The flute had to be invented, musical instruments had to be made.

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And so the flute was made and sounded nice.

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And they took it. And there was a day of celebration that they celebrated during the year. It was a good celebration. But there was never this indecent mixing.

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It says that when he brought the flute to them, they started to move their bodies to the flute.

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Medical Science today tells us this is true that when you hear musical instruments, the more you hear, the more every part of your body reacts to it, every single part of your body reacts to it, your ears, your eyes, even your nose, if if it has to be your mouth begin to tap, you begin to move your fingers why the heartbeat begins to rhythm with it.

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So they began to dance and get together on this flute.

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It says that the people of the mountain

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began to hear this flute.

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Some men were passing by close and they heard the flute they liked the sound. And they went in a direction because he said they didn't know where they were. They heard the flute one then it attracted them and they went towards that direction. And these men, they saw the women of the land.

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And they mixed with the women of the land. The following year, they called their counterparts from the mountain and they began to slowly mix on the day of celebration, which the musical instrument was being played to help this and so it says that Xena started adultery and fornication began.

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Next week, insha Allah, we will continue this story and I will give you some authentic hadith that we can rely on that supports this meaning.

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If this if the the actual occurrence didn't really happen that way, but it will support what we had narrated to you today inshallah will continue next week. I asked the last panel to Allah to forgive our sins to accept our deeds to accept your deeds for being here. That was all alone and Amina Mohammed while early wasabia Jemaine 111, Robben Island