In the Names of Allah – 33 – Al-Haasib and Al-Haseeb

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So now salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato

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barakallahu li calm. Welcome to session 33

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class 33.

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And as usual, we'll just welcome

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our

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students, visitors, followers, etc.

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But we will only take a few steps today because we are starting

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somewhat later.

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Then our norm and we apologize for that.

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First and foremost, student Nadira tajudeen

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from Melbourne, Australia Alaykum Salaam

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Hamad Abdullah setar from Cleveland, Ohio alaikum Salaam, the Colombo's from Germany

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his actual name Is Buhari Abu Bakar

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alaikum Salaam samina sangli

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from India, while they come Salaam Abdirizak Mohammad alaikum Salaam

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and Sophia

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from Marseille, France

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why walaikum salam Rottweiler katsu

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and soudha Mady

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also, Luiz Rodriguez walaikum salam Zeid Zion a Shah from occupied Kashmir. Welcome Welcome. Salaam,

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Nigeria big from India.

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Where are they from? Salaam

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Yasmina smile from South Africa.

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alaikum salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh

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the Amoeba Hardman from Brighton

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Germany why they come Salaam Faisal Ali.

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May Allah bless you with goodness also walaikum salam

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and the zero Dean from Melbourne, Australia.

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May Allah

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enable all of us to serve the Muslim Ummah in sha Allah. Happy

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bye Baraka lafay calm will now begin our session.

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Similar Raj manda Rahim

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al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah al Karim.

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Allah Allah was hobby minister Nabil suniti he Li Ahmed Deen

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all praises you to Allah and Allah Peace and blessings beyond the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and then all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day.

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This is session 33

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in which we'll be looking at two names

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and hasim and Al hasebe. names 48 and 49. The reckoner the sufficient

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in terms of its location in the Quran, both of them

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al Hassabis mentioned only in the plural form twice in the Quran. Among them, Allahu Allahu Allahu wa s Raul has he been unquestionably judgment belongs to him and he is the swiftest to take to account

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and that in terms of the name I have seen, it is mentioned

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Three times in the Quran among them, worker far below he has eba

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terms of the meaning, linguistically, I'll Hasib an Al hasim, both come from the root have seen by

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and the gerrant.

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From which is derived from which they are derived, is has a boarding pass up,

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which has three main meanings.

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The first meaning is to reckon, to count

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to calculate.

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And the second meaning of this route is to give without sparing, and to give without the receivers expectation.

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The third meaning is to suffice or to be sufficient or to be without measure

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hassim is the intensive form of the present participle hassad according to the firing pattern, which is well known among the Divine Names of Allah.

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Words derived from ha seen by the trilateral route of Hasib and hasim appear 109 times in the Quran in eight different forms.

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For example,

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faster man that you think

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has Muna, sufficient for us. And I'll hisab the account linguistically hisab is used to indicate an account a bill or a balance relative to a law. This Divine Name Allah has seen and has it is the one in whose hand is the hisab the final account on the Day of Judgment, and he will present to humankind, their balance, in which all their needs, good and evil will be weighed, followed by the most accurate, just judgment and eternal Recompense.

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Regarding the third meaning of these two Divine Names to be sufficient for its creatures, it is equivalent in meaning to the Divine Name Al caffee, which we'll be looking at,

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in the near future.

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Allah suffices His creatures both as individuals, as well as in general,

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for general sufficiency, Allah has provided for all of creation, by one bringing them into existence,

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to granting His creatures whatever they would need to survive by way of food and drink. And most importantly, number three, by providing them with everything they need to fulfill the purpose of their creation.

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Moving on to the application,

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it will mythos forth for prints principles, will now be applied systematically,

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according to his template,

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the first principle being to adopt where applicable.

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Now, these two Divine Names and hasim and hassim, which contain the attribute of one who takes full account of everything can be applied on a human level, first and foremost, by taking regular account of ourselves. And this is called Marhaba.

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And Allah Allah has saved in the Quran teaches us to do just that.

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Yeah, you will know the nominal duckula Waltons or love some of them at Nevada evidence. What type of law in a lot of heavy room be my time alone?

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You believe

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Be mindful of the law and let every soul carefully consider what it is sent forward for tomorrow.

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Be mindful of the law for surely allies well aware of everything that you do.

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This is the essence of taking stock or taking account of oneself

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which these names

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and join us. There's a famous report attributed to the second Caliph, Omar evnen hubbub which is commonly quoted in this regard.

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He was reported to have said hospitable and full circle Hubbell and two has to ha Sabu

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was in one full circle cobla and twos I know

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for inner who one while a comb filter his mother

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into her into her Sibyl and filter comb Elio.

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take stock of yourself before you are brought to account weigh yourself before you are weighed. For if for it will make tomorrow's reckoning easier for you. If you take stock of yourselves today. Now although this account is actually a week narration

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Hadith terminology, science terminology by Eve. Its meaning is sound.

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We should not leave taking account of ourselves for that day.

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The day when we will be held accountable and are totally unable to change anything.

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Allah And hasim said

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para kita back CAFOD enough. Secondly, Omar Laika has either read your record today are also is an accountant against you.

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taking stock of oneself is required before doing any deed whilst doing it. And after doing it. At all times. This might seem quite

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complex.

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But once we try to do it, and we begin doing it, and we repeatedly do it, then it will become second nature. And that's what we need to have

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a regular Maha Sabha or taking account of ourselves throughout our lives. The true believers are people who are restrained by the quiet, which protects them and prevents them from indulging in that which could bring about their own destruction. Consequently, the believer is like a prisoner in this world, striving to ransom himself or herself from hell, as the Messenger of Allah was quoted by Abu huraira, saying, a dunya signal movement or genital calf.

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This world is a prison for the believer and paradise for the disbeliever.

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Nothing will make the true believer feel secure until he or she meets a law. May he be glorified and exalted. The true believers know that they will be brought to account for how they use their hearing their sight, tongues and all their physical faculties. As the law said in the summer when basara well for ad kulula, eco Cana and houmas ruler. Indeed, you will all be questioned about your hearing, sight and hearts.

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ally in his infinite mercy, as given the believers a grace period after they do sins in which to repent.

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In order for it not to be recorded. Abu mama Alba Healy, reported that the prophet SAW Selim had said, The angel on the left hand side who record sins, refrains from writing for six hours after a Muslim commit a sin.

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If the person regrets it, and asks Allah for forgiveness,

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he or she, oh, sorry, the angel does not write it down.

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Otherwise, if

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he doesn't seek forgive

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Unless he or she doesn't seek forgiveness, it is written down as one bad deed.

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Furthermore, if we intend to do right or to do wrong, and don't do it, a single good deed is also recorded for us. So Allah has stacked the odds heavily in our favor from all perspectives. However, in spite of all of that, the majority of us will be in big trouble on the day of account.

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So we should take some time out at the beginning of every day, in order to pledge to restrain ourselves and to do righteous deeds. Likewise, we should also have a time at the end of the day, when we examine and take stock of ourselves, and all that we did, in a way similar to how traders in this world take stock of their businesses at the end of every year, or every month or every day. Business. People take stock by looking at their capital, their profits and their losses, in order to see whether their businesses are prosperous, or going into deficit.

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In religious terms, our capital investments are our obligatory duties. Our profits are voluntary deeds, which surround our obligatory duties, and our losses are our sins. So let us take stock first and foremost of our obligatory duties. And when we commit sins, we can impose on ourselves some sort of punishment in order to make up for our heedlessness. In this way, we should continually take stock of ourselves with every breath we take. With every sin, our hearts make, weather bad thoughts, feelings, bad emotions, and every move. Our minds forsake every good move, our minds forsake regularly and continuously. If people were to throw a stone in their houses, for every sin they

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commit, their houses will be filled with stones within a very short period of time. But we don't give much attention to remembering our sins. Although they have all been already recorded against us.

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I saw a lot when asked who

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Allah has kept the content, while they have forgotten it is on level one. So

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Maha Sabha involves not only reflecting upon what sins we have committed, but also what good deeds we have forwarded. And what would we have resolved to do in the future.

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It all comes under the heading of pondering, reflecting and taking stock. What is most important is that the pondering and reflecting leads us to focus more on obeying the law and doing more good deeds,

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rather than leading us to despair, and loss of hope, reflection on the other Divine Names of forgiveness, granting gifts and mercy, along with righteous companions should be sufficient to repel and block satanic thoughts of despair and hopelessness, if they arise.

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It should be noted that repentance reflection checking and taking stock of oneself does not require any special rituals, breathing exercises or special programs, nor does it need to be done at any specific time of the night or day. Rather, whenever it is possible for a person to be alone with his Lord or her Lord, he or she should focus their minds on him and converse with him. That is the time for such acts of worship.

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And if there is any specific time preferred for that type of worship, it should be based on prophetic guidance, such as the latter part of the night, and so on, which the prophet SAW was

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recommended.

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On Friday,

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on different occasions, traveling while traveling Rasul Salam had made them special times for.

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Now these Divine Names are Hasib Anil has him, may also be applied by putting all of our trust in Allah.

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These Divine Names imply that what Allah has revealed for human beings and the jinn is totally and completely sufficient for managing all of our worldly and religious affairs. Consequently, as we,

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as true servants of Allah should fully trust in him, as he deserves to be trusted, by strongly and completely depending on him from the bottom of our hearts.

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This means that we should strongly believe that he will give us what is truly beneficial for us, and repel or take from us what is truly harmful. If that becomes our core belief, our trust and dependence on a law will greatly increase, and our thoughts regarding him will eventually become really good. This state is really important, because having good thoughts about a law is the most practical expression of having real trust in Him. This is very significant, as opposed to a solemn quoted a lot. And this could see as saying, and I end up on the app dB, or Anima, who he and I have qurani I am as my servant thinks of me, and I'm with him when he remembers me.

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The quality of our level of trust in Allah is inextricably interwoven into how we truly think of him.

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He has assured us that he is completely sufficient for handling all of our affairs. The question is, do we believe him or not?

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When our dependence on the law increases to the point where our thoughts of a law become truly good, we will acquire God willing, a more complete sense of a loss sufficiency. And having arrived there, Allah has promised to rectify our affairs by correcting our words and deeds, and removing our anxieties, our worries, and our troubles.

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This truly amazing gift, an incredible great favor, should be remembered at all times in order for us to be truly grateful to our Lord for His sufficiency, and humbly thankful for his favorites.

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Moving on, to Principle number two of him in batam. To confirm were unique, and inapplicable. The name I have seen is close in meaning to I'll have a Haffield Hasib an unhappy unhappy this the preserver the balance of nature, and the precision of the entire cosmos clearly indicates that there is a supremely great power, capable of controlling every sub atomic particle of the universe, from the smallest Quark, to the largest galaxy, that power is none other than a law,

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the orbit of the moon and the rotation of the sun, the movements of the clouds and the change of seasons, and all systems in the universe functions perfectly, to guarantee the creation and preservation of life on Earth in the best way, so that human beings and the jinn will be able to do what we were created for, to worship Allah. Allah hasid.

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This was not the result of a cosmic accident or explosion. It was a minute the calculated act of sustainable creation down to the very last sub atomic particle.

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The law said

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in

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in Kula Shay in her lap now will be further.

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Surely I've created everything and do measure.

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Consequently, the Earth's orbit in the so called Goldilocks zone,

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Where the planet receives just enough energy to allow water to exist as a liquid on its surface too far, and the vital compound of life would stay locked up as ice to close and the water would rapidly evaporate in the atmosphere, like what apparently happened on Mars.

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Furthermore, the interstellar cloud of gas and dust that gave rise to the earth contained just enough radioactive elements to power a churning Molten Core for billions of years.

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This core, the core of the Earth, in turn created a magnetic field that to this day protects life on the planet from cosmic dangers, like solar flares. Even in Earth's oceans, we have come to learn that ancient plant like organisms called kelp, which appeared

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anywhere between five to 23 million years ago, and remained in forests all over the planet. Underwater forests all over the planet, until today, added and continues to add enough oxygen to the atmosphere to create the high altitude layer of ozone that shielded early life on the planet and continues to shield it from lethal radiation. Without it, there would have been no life on Earth. Thus, we confirm the uniqueness of these two Divine Names and attributes of Allah. Allah has even has him by recognizing his science everywhere in the universe, and worshiping Him as He alone deserves to be worshipped.

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Principle number three,

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having hope, where there is promise,

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the reality of these two Divine Names are Hasib and hasim, both of which express a law of sufficiency is that they engender hope,

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produce produced from putting our full trust in Allah, that he will always look after our affairs. If we have trust, we will have hope. Without trust, there is no which is why whenever a law or his messengers speak about divine sufficiency, they always link it to having trust in Allah in order to build hope in the hearts of the believers.

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Specific sufficiency, which is only for the true believers, who put their complete trust in Allah involves his rectification of their situations.

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Allah said,

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well, Manya tawakkol Allah Allah, for who or hospital and Allah is sufficient for whoever trusts in him. Consequently, we should take complete advantage of the hope filled prophetic promise of our laws proficiency when sincerely recited in supplications of the morning and the evening.

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as follows, has to be a law ilaha illa Allah hit our Cantu while we're on our shell, Avi, Allah is sufficient for me. There is no god but He, I have placed my trust in him, for he is Lord of the majestic throne.

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Regarding this prophet Mohammed says and then stated that whoever says this supplication seven times in the morning after fudger and seven times in the evening, after Asad, Allah will take care of whatever bothers him or her of the matters of this world and the hereafter. This is an authentic subjugation

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supplication formula, described for repeated recitation found in the authentic hadith compilation called Sahih. Muslim.

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On the other hand, we should vehemently reject widespread on author

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like the following, I'll have seen

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and this is found that the only koran.com slash 99 names

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the

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one who starts reciting this name is just the name

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There's not

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a DA, it's just the name. One who starts reciting this name 70 or 700 times, beginning on Thursday, for Seven Days and Night, and the 71st, time recites has to be a law and has seen will be free of fears, from robbery and jealousy.

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This is nonsense. People might say, well, what's the difference? It sounds the same. It's the same kind of thing. What is not know it might sound the same. There is similarity. The seven numbers been turned into 70 and 700.

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You know, but it's not. One is said by the messenger of Allah, Who has the authority to to specify numbers

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and specify rewards. As for any, Tom, Dick, and Harry, Achmed, Khalid, and body.

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They don't have that authority, wherever they're getting it from, it's from sources, which don't have their basis in the Sharia. So that's why we reject it.

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I will say that, Audrey also related that on one occasion of introspection, the prophet SAW Salaam expressed his thoughts aloud to a group of his companions saying, How can I enjoy the pleasures of life at this time, when the Trumpet blowing Angel has already taken hold of the trumpet, and is waiting for permission to blow in it.

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When he realized that his words weighed heavily on his companions, he told them to say, possible in a law when they kill Allah Allah ito kalna

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Elias sufficient for us, for he is the best Disposer of our affairs, we trust in a law.

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Similar subrogation is also mentioned in the Quran regarding a manner scrummage, which took place a day after the Battle of boyhood, which was in the third year after the hedgerow to Medina.

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And this battle ended in a draw.

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The prophet SAW Selim had ordered that all those who had fought in the Battle up

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after they returned home

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before they could

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completely leave that behind them. They order them to re mobilize immediately to pursue the remainder of the Qureshi ICT army in order to re engage them at a place called hombre Al Asad. However, some of the people in Medina, who had deliberately not taken part in the battle have often tried to scare the companions of the Prophet SAW salah and dissuade them from re mobilizing by circulating among them a false rumor that the mccanns were gathering a massive, invincible army and we're about to attack them.

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However,

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when the companions heard that those who had gone out with the Prophet announced or sell them for or had, they ignored the hypocritical midianite rumors and set out as instructed by the prophets Allah. And Allah revealed the verse in praise of them saying, I lead in a call Allah Hoon NASA in and NASA Gemma Ola, como, Tasha home, Rosada, whom he manner or call who has been a long when they are men workI, those to whom hypocrites had said indeed the people have gathered against you, so fear them, but it merely increased them in faith. And they replied a lie sufficient for us and He is the best Disposer of our affairs.

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When they reached hamre Al Asad.

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They suddenly found the mutilated bodies of to Medina scouts, who had been sent to keep track of the movements of the Mexican army, but had been caught and killed and mutilated by the markets. The profits that I sell them, while camped in the hombre acid retaliated by killing two Croatia prisoners and made a part

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With my bed and hawza to go to Makkah and spread counter false rumors regarding the great strength and equipment of the Medina army, which caused Abu Sophia and the mccanns to drop their plans to gather a larger army for an immediate follow up attack on Medina.

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La said regarding that, Van columbu been here I met him in a law he will father let me assess him Sue, whatever ordered the one Allah He, while Allahu Fub min. avi. So they returned with the laws favor and bounty untouched by harm. They had pursued the pleasure of a law and found the law to be the possessor of great bounty.

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The young scholar of tafsir among the companions, even Abbas also mentioned that this application has been a law when they are mlo Akin was used by Prophet Abraham when he was thrown into the fire,

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as the only way he could have known that was from the prophet SAW. So, it is generally assumed that it was an authentic narration from the prophets or some.

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These two Divine Names and hasim and Al Hasib also contain a further Promise of Hope, due to the absolute justice implied, and there are meanings related to accountability. Regardless of how things work out in this life, where evil may seem to succeed and become dominant dominant, Allah Al hasim will hold everyone to account on the Day of Recompense and all these will be settled, then there.

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The fourth principle of even backhaul is to fear where there is a warning.

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These two Divine Names are Hasib and hasim.

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While being filled with hope, and surety, also contained dire warnings about the negative consequences of our actions. They clearly address the fact that a law will call to account all sentience created beings with freewill for whatever they do in this life.

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Consequently, these two names when fearfully applied encourages us to be honest, at all times, to emulate Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam who was given the title of I mean, the trustworthy

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due to his absolute honesty in dealing with his fellow human beings, even before he began to receive revelation,

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these Divine Names of accountability call to honesty, beyond the norm created by the watchful eyes of our parents, our neighbors, the police, and the courts.

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For even when people can't find out

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that we are not honest, in our dealings, I'll hussy will add it to our account. So we are obliged by these two Divine Names to always be honest, in our dealings, and our transactions at work at school, even in dividing things at home amongst our family and our children.

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It is worth noting that rather than being spread by the sword,

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as commonly claimed Islam spread in places like Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, as well as West Africa and East Africa, by merchants from Oman and other parts of Arabia, who, after their conversion to Islam began scrupulously to trade. According to Islam, just unfair business principles.

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The traders that they encountered that were their partners in trade over the generations must have been amazed and confused by this change. traders who for generations use standards of course, use standard methods of deception, suddenly abandoned them must have been a major shock

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They had no idea of the merchants conversion or the major campaign, which the profits loss alum launched again, deception and cheating and trade.

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Refer even raffia reported that he went with the Messenger of Allah to lie and sell them to the masala and he saw that people doing business. So he said, Oh people have trade and they responded to the Messenger of Allah by turning their necks and their gazes towards him. Then he said,

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Enough to jar

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you by funa yo melty Amati Fujairah

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el taco man indica la barra was sadhak.

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Indeed, the merchant's will be resurrected on the Day of Judgment with the wicked

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except one who is who has taqwa or has consciousness of a law, who behaves charitably, and is truthful.

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There have been Schimmel, go to the Messenger of Allah saying

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in to Jara, Oman for job.

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Surely the traders are the most corrupt people, someone asked or messenger where law didn't allow make trade permissible.

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Our Lady suffered a handler law One day,

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he replied, certainly. But you speak and lie, and you make all those and commit sins.

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on yet another occasion, I will say it and hardly go to the promises. And I'm not saying at tanjirou sadu.

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I mean, my Nabina was Sydney Tina was Shahada. The truthful honest trader will be with the prophets, the truthful and the martyrs.

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So the sudden, unprecedented honesty would have provoked, provoked great curiosity among their trading partners, who, upon learning that the reason for this major change was their change in religion.

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And that would have been even made them even more curious about this new faith, leading ultimately to their conversion without a single Muslim soldier setting foot in their lands.

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So we are enjoined, to be honest, by these two mighty Divine Names, which call us all to honesty and justice in our dealings among ourselves and with others, instead of cheating non Muslims and being fair to Muslims. Islamic honesty requires Muslims to be honest in all circumstances.

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Many business people have publicly and privately asked me if it is permissible to raise prices on goods when non Muslims enter their stores.

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While keeping the original price for Muslim customers, I always remind them

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at the jar, Moon puja jar that traders business people are the most corrupt, but

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if they're honest, they will be with the profits on the day of jet

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engine.

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So we have to choose

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where would we rather be among the fungi, the wicked, corrupt? Oh, we want to be amongst the Navy, the profits and the truthful and the martyrs.

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So these names

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should always remind us of the importance of Bahasa

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checking ourselves regularly and being honest, in our dealings with our fellow human beings.

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will close our session

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today

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with calling on Allah using these names.

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Oh Allah. Yeah. How's it acid? Yeah, Hasib. We acknowledge your sufficiency in our lives.

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You have granted us all that we need to live

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Good lives as well as all we may desire to live

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to avoid

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evil lights

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yeah ha See, we ask your help in avoiding what will destroy our lives to come.

00:45:18--> 00:45:27

Yeah Hi acid. Please remove from our rich. All that displeases you and assist us to embrace all that pleases you.

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barakallahu li calm.

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Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

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will now shift to the third part of our program,

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which is the questions and answers bar a lot.

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Okay, questions and answers.

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As symbols were,

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first question, how authentic are things where one has to send or forward the last names to others

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and something beneficial will happen to him or her if he has done so. Nonsense, nonsensical.

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misguidance

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with

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totally inauthentic.

00:46:42--> 00:46:44

Ibrahim, Adam,

00:46:45--> 00:47:01

advice on how to balance life in the West with my Islamic Studies. I did enroll at IOU but have not started due to my busy schedule. I feel bad about it. Yes, you should feel bad about it.

00:47:04--> 00:47:05

I owe you

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is what I owe to the oma.

00:47:12--> 00:47:32

I'm trying to fulfill my duty to Allah in this regard. Sharing that knowledge, this is a unique opportunity for you to benefit and benefit others benefit in this life and the next, you should make the time.

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Because

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every one of us, if we look at our day, we can always find time that we waste every day, day in day out, every week, week in week out, and so on and so forth. So, my advice is for you to take time and enroll in your course and begin your study.

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But the fact that you feel bad about it, that's a good start.

00:48:11--> 00:48:16

Unless you're feeling less bad about it, as time passes.

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Try Sonali. I have two friends.

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One is black in color.

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And one is short in height. People make fun of them.

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They feel so bad.

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And so do I. How should I console my friends?

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should i do?

00:48:45--> 00:48:49

Well, you should remind them of Allah.

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And

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let them know that whatever

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scorn

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is shown towards them.

00:49:04--> 00:49:13

When a law says, well, not us, harder, Coleman in Coleman, don't be scornful of others.

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Because they may be better than you and for sure, you are better than them. And you should just be happy in knowing that whatever they say, whatever fun they make of them.

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wherever they're patient, it is purification something

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whenever they suffer, whether physical or emotional or psychological, etc.

00:49:49--> 00:49:52

This purification for them from said

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so they should feel confident in that and I understand it's

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It's a struggle is difficult.

00:50:04--> 00:50:06

I grew up in Canada and Toronto

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back from the 50s, late early 60s, and the school I went to there, I was the only black kid in the whole school.

00:50:22--> 00:50:25

There are no other black kids in the whole school.

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So I know what I went through, I know the trials, psychological emotional

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difficulties as a young person to have to go through. It was not good.

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But

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Alhamdulillah

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with Islam, I didn't have Islam at that time. At least these brothers have Islam. I'm assuming that these friends that were speaking about

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Muslims, they have Islam you can remind them

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of it.

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You know, tell them the the instances where the prophet SAW Selim spoke strongly against these kinds of statements or expressions of derision,

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etc.

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Tell them they shouldn't feel that

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doctor below went through the same thing

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as anonymously.

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They have Islam

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Mashallah, they're blessed.

00:51:50--> 00:51:51

Do we have

00:51:52--> 00:51:55

any questions from our Instagram students?

00:51:59--> 00:51:59

I guess not.

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Question shade on inside insaan.

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For a person who died

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in

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1500.

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Because that's a 16th century and a person who dies in 2020. The judge the Judgment Day.

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Judgment Day will be on the same day.

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So the person who died

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in 1500 has to wait

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521 more years? Is that not unfair?

00:52:54--> 00:52:56

No. Because

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the one who dies died

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in the 15th set 16th century

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doesn't wait.

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You might be surprised what do you mean he doesn't wait between 15th century and 21st centuries? 500 years plus?

00:53:16--> 00:53:20

Yeah, in our zone in this world.

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We would count that time. But the reality is that once you die, you leave the time zone you're no longer under you know, sunrise, sunset and left time.

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Left time as we know it.

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So for everybody, they die.

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They are raised up, resurrected, judged and go on to heaven or hell.

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That's it at the same time.

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That is the reality

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from our Instagram students.

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person has been

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mistreated by their in law parents. Is it Islamic duty?

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So they put them

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in law parents, I don't know what in law, their in laws, the in laws, parents, their in laws, parents trying to figure out what that is.

00:54:35--> 00:54:44

Okay, so your wife's parents would be our father and mother in law.

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Or

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your wives brothers, your brother in law, his parents

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I guess this is what you're referring to. So, if mother in law,

00:55:09--> 00:55:13

mother in law, if your mother in law is

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abusive,

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and this is a

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complaint, a common complaints of living with the in laws

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and islamically speaking, you should live with your husband, or your wife

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in your own home. That is the proper way. Now your home maybe next to close to

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your in laws home, but living in the same house. This is not from Islamic tradition. But I know in some parts of the world, especially in the Indian subcontinent.

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When a man marries, he takes his wife with him and lives in his parents home.

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And the his parents, especially his mother

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tends to treat her virtuously virtually like a slave.

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And this is where lots of bad feelings and things that does come from,

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sadly enough, because it's not the norm Islamic norm, there is harm in it, which is why the prophet SAW said I'm didn't instruct it. Now, it's not forbidden.

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I'm not saying forbidden. Haram. No, but it is potentially harmful. And many people around the world in this sexual situations are being harmed. So my advice

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is to have your husband, take you out of that situation, get your own place. That's what you that's where you should be if it is at all possible. Otherwise, you just have to be patient,

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for the time to come, when finally, your either your mother in law dies, that somehow law

00:57:21--> 00:57:32

that if she dies of old age, then that's a lot other, but dying prematurely soon, but maybe call prematurely if you're not wishing that,

00:57:34--> 00:57:35

oh, you shouldn't wish it

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or

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your husband has the means to set up his own home and carry on. And he does. So

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being patient on such a time, all the harm that your mother in law, or father in law, or brother in law, etc. inflict on you is purification from sin, if you are patient with it. So

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my advice is to be patient these matters. But speak to your husband tried to get him if he has the means he is able then try to get him to leave and set up his own place. Because you know you are suffering.

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His family is making you

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happy have a distasteful life, which nobody should have to endure.

00:58:47--> 00:58:56

Another question? Is it allowed for a person to cancel or have a change of heart after accepting

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to marry someone even though families are involved? There is the person's reason for that. He did this to harm.

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It doesn't matter what the reason is, if a person has committed themselves to marriage, and then change their mind.

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Do they have a right to change their mind after committing themselves to marriage? Yes.

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That's the bottom line. They have that right. So we don't really need to go into all of the details as to why they change their mind.

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Of course, you know, because this has to do with family dealings with other families and people are going to be hurt and all these other kinds of things. You know, this may put pressure but if you as a potential husband or wife

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Beside at the last minute before the nikka that hey, I don't think I really want to marry this person. It is your right to say, Stop. I don't want to go forward. That is your right.

01:00:17--> 01:00:19

No one can deny you that right.

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Okay from our,

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our students on

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YouTube, Malik, from the Quran we get many things like Names of Allah, things that the Lord dislikes and likes, and the stories of many prophets as guidance, what else wisdom

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or can we all get

01:01:04--> 01:01:08

all can get from the grind was

01:01:09--> 01:01:09

kind of

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mixed up your writing at the end of this. Now there are many other areas of

01:01:17--> 01:01:22

of benefit from the Quran. The Quran is

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the textbook,

01:01:26--> 01:01:27

the manual

01:01:28--> 01:01:34

for living the life which Allah

01:01:35--> 01:01:38

wants us to live. That's the bottom line.

01:01:39--> 01:01:40

That manual

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has

01:01:44--> 01:01:45

an explanation

01:01:48--> 01:01:50

which was delivered

01:01:52--> 01:01:53

orally,

01:01:54--> 01:01:55

in action,

01:01:56--> 01:01:59

and in approval by the Messenger of Allah.

01:02:02--> 01:02:08

His job was to clarify to us how to live the Quran.

01:02:09--> 01:02:12

When I saw the law, and I was asked about

01:02:14--> 01:02:15

the prophet SAW Solomon's

01:02:16--> 01:02:21

behavior, how is he his personality, he said,

01:02:22--> 01:02:26

Ghana Hello qu Al Quran is

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character was the Quran itself.

01:02:32--> 01:02:36

So there is no end whatever we need in life.

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For a good proper happy sexual life. It's all there.

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And more.

01:02:48--> 01:02:50

That's a whole lecture actually.

01:02:53--> 01:02:56

What can we get from the grand

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I'm

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somebody whose name or not really name but handle his fatal finish. Do we have to say the Fatiha when behind any mom in a loud prayer? Or is it sufficient to say I mean, it is sufficient to say I mean, it's preferable not to recite aloud, while the mom is reciting. Allah told us very clearly in the grand way the Quran Al Quran. Fancy Tula Who?

01:03:40--> 01:03:43

If the Koran is decided,

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big, silent Be quiet,

01:03:49--> 01:03:52

pasta merula one situ sorry,

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listen to it and be silent. So

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there is no hope. There's an exception for how

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we don't have clear evidence people are arguing back and forth on this. But the Quranic verse is clear.

01:04:16--> 01:04:20

Listen to the Quran, when it is recited.

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Faisal Ali blackseed is a cure for all diseases except death. Then why do we go to a doctor? If the black seed has all these properties? Please clear this for me sir. It confuses me Well,

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all of the properties

01:04:45--> 01:04:47

have not been extracted.

01:04:49--> 01:04:52

How it's extracted.

01:04:53--> 01:04:55

The benefit comes

01:04:57--> 01:04:59

in some cases, it's pressed into oil.

01:05:01--> 01:05:24

In some cases, it's chewed it in some cases, it's put in T, some cases, we put it in banana cake or whatever, you know, buns, whatever, you can put it in so many different, we have all of that, that's delivery, but extracting the benefits from it.

01:05:25--> 01:05:45

chemically, we now have ways and means of breaking it down. When the prophet SAW Selim told us that it has these properties, it means that our scientists should be actively engaged in

01:05:46--> 01:06:02

breaking down the chemical composition of the black seed and extracting from it what may be useful in a variety of different diseases etc.

01:06:06--> 01:06:43

This is the guidance, the guidance is there from the province on something. But we don't we haven't utilized it we haven't extracted we haven't made use of it the way that we should. So we can't blame the prophet SAW Selim statement right now, you know, if you're faced with different medical situations, you need to go with whatever the doctor tells you today, you can say, Okay, I'm just gonna go with black seed. Because it may not be just black seed, as it is, after it is broken down chemically and different extracts are taken from it, etc. and it's used in a particular way.

01:06:44--> 01:07:00

Whether it's injected, whether it is swallowed, you know, whether it is rubbed on the body or whatever. We don't know, when we have to extract these ways and means scientifically.

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So don't be confused.

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Look at Kim Han, the Hadith about the conquest of India is frequently referred to in Pakistan.

01:07:16--> 01:07:18

I don't know about the happy it's

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about the conquest of India. Is it authentic? I'm not familiar with the Hadith. I need to look at it, check for it. And then I could get back to you. Sorry.

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I should Qureshi. Can someone write down the supplications Of course.

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If they you know, maybe you want to make some vacations, man especially this is what advice that we used to give when I was hired to guide

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some years back

01:07:57--> 01:08:01

when people get to alpha, and you have to make dua

01:08:02--> 01:08:07

for from door time till mother

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people come they start making dua you know, first 1015 minutes, etc. And they run out of doors. What else can I say? Yeah, looking around and listen to what other people are doing. And you know, they have a dual book they tried to borrow their book and

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so what you do is you know, you can prepare your own glass doors that you want to make that are important to you, you write them down and use them when you have to make that you've got them written there you make

01:08:45--> 01:08:51

focusing on those things which are most important to you. Yeah, this is the way to do it.

01:08:53--> 01:09:04

from Instagram students some of asking ask the chef and he likes banana cake. This is the second time he has mentioned it. Number one you mentioned mentioned

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Yes, I like banana cake.

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And

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I didn't have it in Ramadan.

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And I tried it outside of Ramadan.

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Mashallah

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I finally

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as made it very good banana cake,

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which I enjoy.

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Not all the time, but

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from time to time.

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And from Maria batool.

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Previously, you suggested that I offer such that sugar, but I don't know how to offer it. Can you please help me out with

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This

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says the to sugar or soju, the sugar

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can be done

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anywhere

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at any time.

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That's convenient for you.

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It does not have to be done facing the Kaaba.

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But it could be

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it should be done on the same set of limbs, that the promises prescribed for sujood.

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Meaning your toes,

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that's to

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your knees, that's for

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your hands. That's six,

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your forehead,

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that's nose and forehead, that seven

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these should be on the ground, meaning that you don't have your forehead, hands knees on the ground, but your feet are up in the air. somebody makes a dude like that. Kids actually. But some adults do that, too. This is not acceptable. This is not proper. So

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all those limbs that the process spoke about should be in contact with the ground or the floor, wherever you're doing it.

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And

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when making sujood

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you should not just bounce in and bounce out again.

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Right? you bounce in bounce out, like you're knocking your head on the ground. No, this is not

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from salsa lamp said for one who prays that way that they didn't pray

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that prayer.

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So, subdued means you go down.

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Not in a rush, that you go down

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in a

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proper

01:12:17--> 01:12:19

timed manner.

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Once you have reached out position, you can say Suhana Rob Bell Allah,

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which is what we say in the prayers, Laura be to my Lord.

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On Hi.

01:12:38--> 01:12:40

After saying that,

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you may and I'm not saying you have to say that or to say it first.

01:12:47--> 01:12:47

But

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in the order of things that we know, I'm just mentioning,

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one should focus on because you're making sujood a shocker, not as a general sujood.

01:13:06--> 01:13:13

This is not how the prophet SAW Selim used to do it. He used to do it for particular specific things.

01:13:15--> 01:13:22

So it's not somebody will make it a habit. Okay, after every regular prayer, the five times daily prayer, they also fall into suit.

01:13:24--> 01:13:43

After the prayer, so do the sugar after everywhere. No, don't turn it into that. That's not what it was meant to be. And that's not how the promises and then did it. What you should do is you when you're in a presentation, you reflect on

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good, which has just come to you,

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which came yesterday and you forgot about it, you forgot to do the shocker. Or last week, you had something great happened to for you and you just got very happy and you know, and then you didn't do it. So you know you haven't done it. So you reflect on it.

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Or

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if you're past, you know, if you haven't been doing it at all,

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period, then you can select from your past

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what was

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important, beneficial, Game Changing

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incident incidence of good which took place in your life and recalling it, you make your sujood and thank Allah for it.

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And as I said, For women, you don't have to have your head covered.

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You don't have to wear the full prayer clothing. Prayer, you know, required clothing, covering the body in a particular way.

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You're making your five times daily farmed or so now prayers are no often

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you can be covered of course that you know you shouldn't be praying naked. But you can have you know, some short dress shorts leaves or whatever, you know, it's okay. Likewise men

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but navel to knee, okay covered. That's basic our

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format.

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I hope that covers the main points, hey, if you are in your menses, you can do it. You don't have to have Voodoo, there's no rule that you have to make for it.

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If you're in the fast, postpartum bleeding, you can do it. That doesn't prevent you from doing so.

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Okay.

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previously suggested that I offer Okay, that's the same one.

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I think I hopefully I helped you out with it.

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from

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Mr. FOSS? Can I fast

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the six cylinder fast sub show while if I have missed some obligatory fast during Ramadan last year without making it up making up for it. My advice is you better do the fart. You leftover stuff from last year you better take care of it. Now it's more important, more rewardable for you to do that,

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than to do the sooner faster show up. But try to do both.

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Now the question not to confuse anybody is there anywhere, I can ask you personally about other names of a law, which are extracted from the text of the law.

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But isn't in the common 99 names which everyone finds not the common 99 names, everyone finds, there are many names, which are missing,

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which are found in the sun etc. We don't need to go through them now. I'm going to go through the 99 showing you where they all came from. And at the end of it, I said I will mention a number of others, which are candidates could be instead of these 99 you know, you could include it and remove some of the ones that are in the 99 collection which I'm following.

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And as well we look at we look at a bunch of names, which are included in the common list which people are following but which are not named our law. They're not established in the Quran and the Sunnah, because that list is found into the mini and and I'll be the old you know, a mama to be the himself said is weak,

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in not an authentic narration

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shouldn't be up on our walls, memorized by our children, etc.

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Adam saho we have sunset very late in the UK, this time of year, from May to the end of July. As a result, local scholars made a fatwa that we can combine multilib and Asia

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that's permissible

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to do it

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as a standard practice, which is of course the Shiatsu that the shooter here combined the horror and also pray that them together and Mother benicia. They play them together. So the only prayer three times in the day, that's their norm. But for us, we pray five times as long as there is clear distinction between the times that can be made. Now the fact that these two at night in are so close, the night period is short, the Medtronic make it easy for people. I would say that this should be not a general factoid and everybody now comes the master then they're all doing it this way. No. I would say that this is an individual

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choice of people.

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If because of the nature of your work or whatever, it becomes problematic and you need to do it at least a part of this time or even the whole of that time, then it's fine for you. You're sitting at home, you know there's no nothing on you. There's no reason for you to

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do that, then why do it.

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So, though

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I understand what the intention of the fatwa was, etc, I would not agree with it. As a general ruling for people unless they are in that time zone,

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that area of the earth where the sun never sets.

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For six months, you've got sun day day for six months, they've got light for six months. And in between those times, there is a period when the day is shortened to a very small amount, and the light is shortened to a very small amount. And given those circumstances, one may find it necessary to do so, to join the prayers continually. But as a general principle, I'm saying, you know, it is permissible to join Mother benicia and to join the hora Nasir, but we don't take this as a community affair, unless there are circumstances which affect everybody in the community. Otherwise, it should be done individually.

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Individuals can make that decision for themselves.

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from Instagram, I was saying that commonly use

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some names are not authentic. Yes, the common list which you find in stores, you can buy them, you know, they're all based on this hadith as narrated in a tirmidhi and a bit out. So then a bit odinson an attempt at and this hadith is not authentic. And there are a number of names in there who are that are well established names from the Quran and from the Sunnah clearly, which are missing from there. And there are names in there, which are not from the Quran, or Sunnah and should not be considered among the Divine Names of Allah. That's what I'm saying. Because you mentioned remove some

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remove some

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known names.

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I don't know about remove some, but the bottom line is that we will be covering established names with the evidences, additional names that have evidences, but they're not in the list of 99 that we're following.

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And that list, we could from that list, we could remove some and replace them with some of the others that are candidates for the 99 names. So we don't have a fixed list. So we can say these are the 99 anything outside of them is off anything not inside them is not a among the 99 names.

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No, this is only 99 of the names of a law, not v 99 Names of Allah,

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but 99 of the names of Allah and we will look at other candidates that are also names of a lot which are not in the list that we will be following our course with.

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I hope that's clear. Now, inshallah. With that we come to an end for our session today. barakallahu Hickam subhanak aloha movie hamburger, the shadow, land and the stock firaga wanted to boil lake. So that's why they call Morocco to buy him about a cattle CMN