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COVID Island in Sinatra was Salam ala Sayidina Muhammad Ali he was having an edge.

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For praise is just for me the Peace and blessings of Allah be upon our beloved Prophet Mohammed Salah longlining he was setting them and upon all those who follow his silence who followed his way until the last day by the respective brothers and sisters in Islam, salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Today inshallah

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we're continuing

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with the book of good manners that mmm no wait included in his book The other side of him

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today inshallah, who time will focus on one of the chapters from this book, which is the chapter or bourbon one of the what episode which has to do with admonition or advising others

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and being brief or brevity when it comes to your doubt. So today, inshallah focus is on some of our tools or some derawan

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issues are related matters, inshallah. But before we go into that, mmm, no, we also included a number of very short

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chapters within this book of minutes.

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And the first one that I want to mention is Babel Maha fava, Allah aka the who min height.

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And this is about safeguarding,

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and perpetuating good habits.

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And mmm knowing like always, he mentioned some verses from the poor and to do with this chapter, the first verse that he mentions, is from verse 11, whereby a lot Isaiah just says, In namaha land you have the poem in

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your voice value Mary and foresee him that indeed, Verily, Allah does not change the good condition of a people or the condition of a people as long as they do not change the state of goodness themselves.

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So, Allah subhana wa Taala is telling us that for change to occur in this dunya in this life, people need to begin with themselves begin with reforming themselves reforming their families reforming their communities senate there needs to be reformed, there needs to be some change for the better, so that Allah azza wa jal can bring about a better situation and a better condition for a person or for their family or for the people. So here again, Allah azza wa jal says in namaha, you Hi Roma department had you Hi, you may be unforeseen. So it's very important imperative that will change to occur, we need to change ourselves. First. We need to better ourselves through the two main sources

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of Islam through the teachings of the Quran, and through the teachings of the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Now, it's very important that we are consistent

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in good days, not to be inconsistent, but to be consistent. And in one Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, I have good Amelie a llama, he is the one who have in common, the most Beloved of Allah azza wa jal, those apps which are consistent which you do regularly, even though they may be in small amounts and mmm nowhere Rahim Allah Masha Allah He includes a Heidi, the hadith of Abdullah if an AMA it will ask for the loved one who that is originally found in Bukhari and Muslim whereby

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the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said to him

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up to love, do not be like so and so.

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He used to get up at night for optional prayer, but advanced it later.

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So there was a person at the time of the prophet SAW Selim. He used to

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Get up and not press but to head to OPM. And then he stopped doing this, he sees doing this. And so the prophet SAW love while he was sending them, he says to Abdullah, even Amma in the last of the Allahu anhu, man, don't be like this. In other words, be consistent, be consistent in the good needs that you do.

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So the more you are consistent in your good deeds, the less you be inclined to do evil. But when you are inconsistent in these things, just every now and then, is a good chance that that's not going to benefit you. Because when you're consistent in an act of worship, that should

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steer you away from committing caught on an evil because of the consistent act of worship. The next chapter that we included, is the excellence of meeting with a smiling countenance and politeness his speech. Bad bad playbill qlm we're gonna watch entomologica now, unless upon which I that in sort of reverse it, he says was with Jenna. In was Jenna, aka mcweeny This means and lower your wings for the believers. In other words, be humble. Be humble when it comes to dealing with your Muslim brother or your Muslim sister.

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And here in America where Rahim Allah Allah, He includes the Hadees that is found in Bukhari and Muslim How does it even happen? Robbie, your loved one

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who reported the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, guard yourselves against the fire. He says it now Hello, Bishop pitampura

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coonara whatever Bishop the camera, he said, guard yourselves against the fire even if it be only with half a date

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that you give him.

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And then he saw the loved one he was sending them he said for men Let me adjust for the carry metal waiver. And if you cannot afford even that, if you cannot afford to give half of the date, half of a tomorrow in charity, then the very least that you can do is say a good word. A pleasant word, a polite word.

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In another Hadith, the hardness of Abu Bora the Allahu Allahu Akbar. And this hadith is found in

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the prophets of Allah while he was sitting there, he said, When Karima copaiba to saga, while Karina and the good word that she attacked is a form of saga. When you say something that's good, this is one of

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the acts of charity. So in Islam, charity or soda is not limited to

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wealth, not limited to dollars and cents, but an act of service, a smile,

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a polite word, a good word in Islam, is set up is a charity that Allah azza wa jal rewards you for. So

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this is very important to always keep in mind that South Africa is not limited to money

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and other hobbies that a man will know we have him on the love of Thailand included is the heartbeat of Abu Dhabi, Ravi Allahu Allahu wa The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said let the run Naveen Alma who fish a

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while until a haka be watching him Polly

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earlier

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the processor he said do not disdain Don't look down upon a good deed Don't look down upon any good day

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so no matter how small NYSE

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and then he said even if is your meeting with your Muslim brother with a chief of face having a cheapo face but a smile very important.

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The next chapter that mmm oh now we rahima hola hola Allah included in the book of manners is the is to do with clarity of discourse, being very clear with your words.

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He and he mentioned the heartbeat of anus, from the Allahu anhu of God that is found in Bukhari and Muslim.

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That whenever the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said something, he would repeat his words, thrice, in other words three times.

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So that the meanings would be understood fully. And whenever he came upon a group of people, he would greet them, and he would repeat salutation three times. So, the professor allamani, he was Sela

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used to repeat his words. So, what he is doing here is that he is ensuring that people are understand. So it could be taken that he's repeating them three times, to emphasize on a point, or it could be repeating them so that they are understood by the people that are listening to his words. And often many people they misinterpret what you were saying, well, they don't hear what you were saying, although what you're saying may be of great benefit and virtue.

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Even when nowhere him on Long Island. He mentioned also the hadith of Sharia law, one hat that is found originally soon and abita. Would a Buddha would.

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And here in Sharia law, one, however,

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would have been pleased with the mother of the believers, Ayesha.

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She said, the speech of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was so clean,

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that all those who listened to it would understand it. So Mohammed Salah Allah while he was sending them, he was very eloquent in his speech, and he was very clean. And

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we find also from

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the manager of a prophesized seller, in how he communicated to people in a way that was very clean, and people understood what he was saying.

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Now, the chapter that I want to focus on today, is the chapter Babel one of the what if the saw the fee. So it's about one of preaching or admonition and being brief and brevity. So when it comes to admonition, what does that mean and wow.

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The one who is giving an admonition is that which gives the admonition is the why the why the practitioner of wild wild is admonition. So whether you are introducing a teaching of Islam, or reminding about one of the teachings of Islam, then this is known as well. And it's also encompassing of one of two things are three things, your wealth, your admonition may include something after the author he that a lead author, he, the lead is whereby you are arousing interest

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or inspiring.

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So for example, an example of lead would be talking about the gentleman talking about rewards that lead to lead is more like whereby you are instilling fee in the hearts or in the heart of the listener. So for example, talking about the punishment of the brain, talking about a punishment of the hellfire. This is known as telehealth. Now, if we look at the core and which is the greatest wide, the greatest admonish is the Quran. And the style of the Qur'an is such whereby it includes the rate and it's not limited to illiteracy. So, your admonition when you are admonishing somebody, you have to assess the situation. Sometimes you need to have 30, sometimes 30, sometimes a bit of

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both, depending on the person depending on the situation. Now, as I said earlier, the greatest admonishes the poor and

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and that's why Allah azza wa jal is sort of Eunice. Yoon, Elise Allah and His prophet Jonah. The one who was swallowed up by the way you want to Sally is Sarah nebby Minh MBA lead. He is one of the prophets of Allah azza wa jal and in Surah Juno's verse 57, Allah azza wa jal, he addresses all of mankind. He says, Yeah, I yohannes Yeah, yohannes He didn't say yeah.

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So the address is not just

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emitted to the believers but it is an address to all of mankind people next yeah yohannes ajet como la

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caja at Combe Mauer Eva tone that there has come to you and instruction or a more a low or an admonition, Mourinho morellato min rugby come from where from your nose from Europe from allies though agenda, man rugby can not only is this he is referring to the core and this instruction is the core and this area is referred to the poor and God just as Kumar ever told me not become from your Lord was she fed she fat means healing Cuba. So therefore an instruction is guidance. The Quran is also healing heals the hearts. It is the healing of the hearts and it brings happiness and instills happiness in the hearts what she felt when Lima is suitable for what is in the breasts for

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what is in the chest. What who doesn't, and it is guidance watchmen man and it is mercy, Lil momineen butcher, to the believers, because if you don't believe in the power and you will not go to taste, you will not going to feel the healing powers of the end and the guidance of the poor. And so it's very important to believe in the words of Allah azza wa jal. So as I said earlier, the poor and is the greatest admonition

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and the poor and combines between authority and authority heel, as I said earlier, even Tar Heel, you,

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you It inspires it, you know, you get a very good sense of happiness and joy out of it, but at the same time, it gives you a fee. And that's how the Muslim travels towards Allah azza wa jal, by way of fear and hope, fear in our lives, our judges punishment, and hope in a lot of panel dialers mercy to enter gentlemen.

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So Islam, or the Quran talks about Jen and Johanna, and he talks about the believers and the disbelievers, the good and the bad. So the four and

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consists of this equilibrium, this balance, and this is how we are towards the people, that we're not always just talking about gentlemen, and paradise, and it's the lights and all those beautiful things that it offers. But we also acknowledge jahannam, we also acknowledge the whole file that we also acknowledge that there is punishment in the hereafter. Otherwise people will become too dependent on Eliza judge mercy. And when they become too dependent on his mercy, what's going to happen, they're going to fall short in their duties towards Allah azza wa jal. And if you are too, too much, focusing on the fear aspect of things, what happens then if you focus too much on fee,

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then people give up, they lose hope. They lose hope in the gentleman. That's why it's very important to strike that balance to leave. And

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so when it comes to that, we're the one who gives that we're the one who is performing Bower is the dairy is the daddy, he's the practitioner. The content that you deliver to others is the Dow the Dow material, and there is no better speech that you can engage in than calling people to allonzo agenda. Allies origin says woman accendo Poland min manda ilahi, where Amina Sani Han waka in nanny Nina and Mussolini. What better speech is their woman accent? Oh, Colin Powell his speech minmum de la la calling to Allah azza wa jal.

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And that's why the best of people are the prophets and the messages lmds or Russell, they are the best of mankind. without a shadow of doubt. They have the best of the best. And what was their career? What was the job? What did they mainly engaging, they engaged in dour calling people to Allah Subhana water Island. So the best, the best work that you can do in this life is calling people to Islam, calling people to the Illa Illa Allah and this is towhee. Now, it's very important also

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to note here

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The topic is bearable. wound admonition and brevity and salt. Salt is to be Yani not sugar, not to be talking in such a way that allows people to get bored. So when you're doing Dharma, you have to be the trick, really. And the challenge is to be short and sweet is to try and send the message across with a few words. And that's what made the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam such a powerful and effective de colo, because he was given an as he said, UI to Java, Maven, Kenny, he was given Java or kotlin, whereby he was able to utter a few words that were very comprehensive, in meaning, so a few words, but comprehensive. And that's the challenge that we all that we always face

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in giving down so that people don't become bored, and people don't, you know, you know, move away because some people if you would manage them, even though you may be admonished them, admonishing them with the heart, and with the truth, they may get booed. And they may just, you know, run away even though it's the truth and and that was the truth, but they get booed.

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And so, we find that the prophet SAW long while he was silent, he took heed of this. He was very always he was concerned that people would get bored and give up and not want to listen anymore. So he chose when he would give his talks. He wouldn't give them on a daily basis like you know, and and burden the people with a daily lecture. He wouldn't for example, give very long talks are very long sermons as we're going to see in the haggis that Mr. Lodi that he included

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so mmm no in Thailand before we go into and delve into the Hadees. The first area that includes in this chapter is from students and verse 125. Allah subhana wa gyla says sudo LS erotica bill Hekmati while mo wherever he has an Illuminati accent.

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Now, here the translation is fuutarou which is to Java which is to invite Boudreaux illa sabini Rebecca to to the way of your Lord and the way of your Lord is the dean is the religion of your Lord and the religion of your Lord is what is Islam?

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So the way is Islam the way is the deen because the only way to the creator The only way to realize though is through the deen is through the teachings of Allah azza wa jal now also panel died and he says,

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Allah says Sabine, so this is the path of your Lord in Arabic in a semiotica bill Hickman Hickman is one of the ways we're going to now preach and admonished others bill Hickman will not waver till Hasson

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and the more Yvonne said is the admonition he adds the word has center. So it's not sufficient to just give dour

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and without ensuring or preaching without ensuring fair preaching that again is equilibrium. A terrorist is balanced in your approach in your style, in your words, in the timing. So here,

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the will the verse highlights some important keys to doubt. First of all, to a lesser, bigger, bigger bill. The first key to always remember is Hitman. Be wise, be wise in your approach, when you are doing Dawa to others and the roadmap said when I spoke about Hickman wisdom and defining Hickman they said what the Shia he fee mouth it is basically putting places or putting things in the right place or in the appropriate place. And pick my two as our other element have mentioned is

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fear and omega and belly to do what is appropriate. Phil walk the lesbian belly in the time that is appropriate. I'll watch Hillary empathy in the appropriate manner and wait. So you can just do dour in any which way fashion or form. There is a way of performing dour in order for your for these beautiful and pristine gems and teachings to enter into the heart to penetrate the heart so that people read

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I'm moved by these words, there's a time and place there's a manner is a way of delivering the content. The content is true. The content is from Allah azza wa jal, but now, we have to ensure that the delivery is done in the proper in the appropriate way.

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So, the first the first one is the Hitman Allah, Guru, Elizabeth Rebecca bill Hickman one will know very little has been memorialized, admonition has no means good in a goodly way, in a fair way, in a balanced way, while the market has said and in a convincing manner as well, when you are talking to others, you need to convince them. So, that means to convince somebody, you need to employ different strategies.

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So, it's not, it's not just about the,

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the proofs themselves, but you have to be able to allow for the person to understand what you are saying. Now, some people are

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not convinced by textual proof, he gives them textual proof, they are convinced, you need to make them understand that textual proof. So, now he needs to be tapping into the intellect and giving them examples. So, for example, life after death,

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life after death, many people for example, especially in the past,

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that they cannot understand or fathom how after you die, and you are buried, and your bones deteriorate, that you will be resurrected, standing in flesh and bones as you want stood alive. Some people will argue this and say, how could this be the case? So, and this was actually any belief in

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being recreated and refashioned

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into your original state. This was disbelief by the disbelievers at the time of Prophet Mohammed Salah when he was sentenced, and they said, they said he will bring who will bring life to the bones that have decomposed. So Allah subhanaw taala, he answered them, Allah subhanaw taala says, You he has Hello, Maggie and Sharon, and our world, our motto

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that he said that the the ones say to them, the one who will bring it to life is the one who created it and shut up, the one who quit in the first place. In other words,

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I lost the Panama Island. So what this is saying that recreation is easier than creation. If you're trying to create something from the very beginning, you know, to try and bring something into existence, that's how you have nothing in you bring it into existence, that's hard. But if you already had something there, and you want to bring it back into existence, that's more easier. So now here, you are using your you are giving them examples of how this can happen. So it's not just to say, well, Allah says, Allah, Allah says, you will.

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You will be recreated. Yeah, as a belief. I believe this but not everybody is on the same page. So now I need to try and convince them. And that's what Allah azza wa jal Allah xojo employs this tactic the processor employs this strategy of making them understand how this happens, how this is easier than this. So in Soraka, room, verse 27, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, well, who are ledi? Yep, the old fella from my URI to who?

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He is the one who begins the creation from a burrito and then he repeats it, he brings it back.

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And it is easier is easier for Allah azza wa jal. Now, Allah subhanho wa Taala and concluding this verse, he says,

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continuation from this verse, Boudreaux elisabetha applicable hikmah wisdom while no river has an and fair preaching we say balance and then Allah subhanaw taala says what Jad home bill it here acid, g Dan means argumentation arguing a point. If you're going to argue a point no problem argue the point. But what jazz in the home beletsky here

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or

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any argue with them. Belletti here accent with that which is best. You have to find the best strategy to argue with them. And that's the challenge now.

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How you going to convince this person? Again beenleigh to ascend in your manner, in your choice of words, in your approach in your convincing arguments.

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So, giving evidences is very, very, very important and giving evidence there is to try and find evidence that is irrefutable. The trick is to find evidence that irrefutable evidence you see, you can always find evidence right you find an area here have you here, assign here assign there, but the trick is, can you find something that they can that see, you basically silence them is to silence them. Now, an example of this is if a time of Ibrahim alayhis salam, Prophet Abraham

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probably brought him at his salon and we find in student Al Baqarah, in verse 258.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala Island,

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he says lm Tara Illa de had Ibrahima fear aqui.

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Have you not considered the one who argued with Ibrahim about his load? merely because Allah had given him kingship

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and terrible luck. And a thorough love would remove allies who have had made this person a king had made him a king

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is Abraham. Abraham said, Abraham said to him, his father, Abraham, who brought blnd up while you meet, he said, My Lord, because this person he claimed to be God, he claimed to be alone. So I Brahim says to him, he says to him, my load is the one who gives life and causes dead

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appear lazy, or be a lady you he will you meet. So what if this man said that he said he will make the I I give life and I cause this Ana

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Paula Ibrahim Ufa in a la ha yet the efficiency male and musharaf t we have in about a minute. He said. He said Ibrahim said for in that definitely for sure. Allah, He brings the sun from a place of rising, meaner Mashallah mushrif is from the east.

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So he's saying to him, if you claim to be a god, bring it from the west, when

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you make it come out from the west,

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to be having another.

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So he brought him here, notice how he did not argue his claim. You know, his claim was, I give life and cause cause death. Abraham could have said to him, he could have said to him, all right, and argued that in reality, you don't give life and you don't cause death, you simply take an action, you simply take an action

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that can spare the life of someone or you take an action that can cause for the death of someone because what he did was he grabbed two people, he got his soldiers to grab two people, and he gave instruction for one of those people to be killed. And he was killed. And he gave an instruction for this person not to be killed. So he says, Look, here I am. I have just caused this and given life.

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So Ibrahim alayhis, salam, he didn't. He didn't argue with him on this point. He saw Look, I'm not going to get very far away. I'm going to give him something even stronger. He claims to be God. Alright, I'm going to give him something stronger. My Lord brings the sun out from the east make it brickcom out from the west that silences he let's see.

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So you look for an argument. You look for proof or evidence that is irrefutable. You cannot refute with it. That's one of the one of the strategies to employ when doing your downward. So instead, he turned to irrefutable claim about the sun.

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And that's why Allah subhana wa eyelet. In this verse, he says Papa Italia de Kapha this disbeliever who claimed to be God, he was overwhelmed.

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He was shocked

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Let's see liquid inside is anything else for vo e telavi cafa will love will come upon the mean. And Allah does not guide the wrong doing people.

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Now it is also understood when it comes to what I tell him bill, let's see here accent that when you come to preach or in a goodly manner, it could be that you need to leave off arguing with a person or refuting with them for another time. So you might not have enough evidence or proof or knowledge to then continue,

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leave it up or leave it for somebody else. That's also part of fair preaching. So this is also what is understood from the end. Now I just wanted to mention a few hobbies because you may well know that I can load data included here. And here he includes the Hadith that is found in cahaya Muslim in Masaru. Available Anwar one of the great Sahaba even less rude, he used to preach to us once every Thursday.

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A man said to him, yeah, man, a man. We love your talk. And we wish that you preach us every day.

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So he said, there is nothing to prevent me from doing so. But I turn less I bow in

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a comfy chair today if you like, but you get bored. That's the reality of the human being.

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I follow the same method in preaching to you that the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam adopted in preaching to us for fear of boredom. So can you see how it's very important that they need to be that balance.

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Also, we have the hadith of Amara vinyasa, or the Allahu anhu man that is originally found in Sahih Muslim. He said, I heard the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saying, prolonging the Salah, prolonging the soil, and shortening the hook back, indicate the religious knowledge of the person, make your solar long, and your sermon short. So your moon tomorrow, the day of Friday, the sooner is for the solar to be longer than the sermon, that's the sooner

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but in our days,

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for for many reasons,

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we find unfortunately,

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or fortunately, that the hook back for the sermon is longer than the solid. And that could be because people really, in this day and age and not

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receiving enough admonition, the only time they really listen to the words of Allah and the word problem has some are on Juma on Friday, and perhaps this is why we have the scholars there prolonging the hook back so that they can the people can benefit from this time and they are not benefiting from other times, but the sooner is to have a short hook, but a short hook back and the solid should be slightly longer than the hook.

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So again, here we see the brevity in the approach of the prophets of Allah while he was sending

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and this is a sooner which really has has done another

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another Hadith here that he mentioned is the hadith of we are we are ignorant hakon

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a tsunami of your loved one. Now this is an incident a story that happened at some of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and he reports that while I was in the salad with the Messenger of Allah and then in the Salah in the gemera he sneezed

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and I responded with your karma karma. So in the summer

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in the solid, he says to another man who has resisted yahama karma

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and we know that this is not only the case for celeb.

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So the people they started to stay at Maui, Maui began to stare at

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no color in this planet like this days. What are you doing here talking in your solar saying Uh hum cola.

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So why and then

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they started to he said the people stared at me with disapproving look. So I said, Man, why

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Mother lose me. Why are you staring at me there upon that began to strike their thighs with their hands so they don't speak you into striking their fights.

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with their hands when I saw them urging me to remain silent I became, I became angry but restrain myself. When the Messenger of Allah saw Selim concluded his Salah. He said, I had never before seen an instructor who gave better instruction than he,

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May my father and mother be sacrificed for him.

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He neither

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Raymond, remonstrated me, no being me nor abused me. He simply said, it is not permissible to talk through this or that because it consists of glorifying Allah declaring his greatness as well as be sufficient for an all he said was to that effect, I said, was more aware. He said, our past messenger has recently accepted Islam, and Allah has favored us with Islam.

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There are still some people among among us, who go to consults to say is, he said they're not consulting. Then I said, there are some of us who are guided by omens. He said these things which come to their minds, they should not be influenced by them. This Hadith teaches us a number of points a number of lessons to be traditionalist 34 points that come to my mind number one

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is that no talking is allowed in Asana. Asana is there for you, we pray as the prophet SAW Selim prayed, so Luke, Mr. Mooney, or suddenly he said praise you have seen me praying. So the solid is about this be sent to Pandora bl Avi, Pandora be an island the right places have loved your family and,

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and other things that come with a solid. So if a person sneezes, some or they met, they said it's allowed to set the country let yourself

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because it doesn't say that the problems are settled and reprimanded the person who actually

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sneezed. And we know that when you sneeze, you normally say it come to the left and hence the person who heard says you have karmic Allah. So in any case, if you said Hamdulillah, to yourself, someone of their opinion, this is permissible.

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Also, what we learn from this hadith

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is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam way in admonishing others, even though he heard also something that from a Sahabi from another person that was inappropriate to be done at that time, he simply just told it to him as it is without shouting at him without intimidating him. Very important when you are performing now not to intimidate the one that you are preaching not to, to humble yourself before lemming sharp Allah.

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The third lesson is that Muslims are prohibited from consulting soothsayers, you know fortune tellers, it's hard to approach a fortune teller, you know,

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reading of cards or you know, there's people that look into a bowl or what have you, this is all Haram. And another habit A stands for him Muslim across our cell, and he says, Whoever believes, believes in what they're saying, then they're solid is not accepted for 40 days.

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So do not approach fortune tellers, soothsayers

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also,

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the fourth lesson is, we are not to believe in superstition, or bad omens, you know, horseshoe they put up a horseshoe in some houses or rabbit's foot, they carry the rabbit's foot, or

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they have the blue seed, the blue bead, the blue Pea, they believe that protects you from the evil eye or the eye itself, you find some pieces of jewelry that is shaped in the form of an eye, this is all superstition and a form of shearing and a form of polytheism because the one who gives good and he takes away ham is Allah azza wa jal so keep away from these beads keep away from the I keep away from the horseshoe keep away from all of these superstitious things in a

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so this is some of the things that this hadith

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shared with us the last Hadees that mmm no Rahim Allah, Allah included is the hadith of it.

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Alibaba min Sadie, a very important Howdy.

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And he says that one day the messenger of us I sent him delivered a very effective speech. As a result, the eyes shed tears and the heart became softened. So his speech was such was of such what penetrated the heart, and people would cry and people were affected by the speech of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Ms said,

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a prophet of Allah, it sounds as, as if this is a farewell speech. So advise us he said, I admonish you to feel a love and to listen and obey even if a black slave has been appointed as your leader, for whoever among you leaves after me will see much Discord. So hold fast to my son and the son of the rightly guided caliphs, who will come after me adhere to them and hold fast to them. And beware of bigger beware of innovation, because every bidder is a misguided and this adage is found in Abu Dawood and Timothy, and I believe in one of the we've actually spent a whole lesson on this Howdy,

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folks, I send them that you can upload from the website, inshallah huhtala will download that should say from the website. Now, according to this Hadith, the best turn,

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okay, may be defined as brief, comprehensive, and appealing and beneficial. So, the best speech that you can give is a speech that is brief.

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One that is comprehensive, so although it's brief, it's still very rich, it's very comprehensive, and it's very appealing and very beneficial to the listener. These are the words I'll leave you with, and the loss of cannon water island as best was the love was setting them up about a con and they've been hammered, is a symbol of siren Solomonic Kumara barakato