In the Names of Allah – 58 – al-‘Afuww – The Oft-Pardoning (Name 81)

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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like to welcome you to session 58

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in which we'll be dealing with the name,

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Allah foo.

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And

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as usual, we will be greeting

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our students,

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visitors,

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followers, etc.

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prior to

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beginning the actual session, so

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greetings to Mahmoud Ahmed.

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Why they come Salaam

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he didn't identify where he is sending his greetings from Madeira

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tajudeen from Melbourne, Australia.

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Greetings as usual.

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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah where cattle

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and fat he

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shares name Charles Ninh

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alaikum Salaam are to live our cattle

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and fat he is

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greeting us from Melbourne, Australia.

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rasheeda Abdul Rashid

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from the US

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welcome Salaam to you and your family. The community

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and

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to Princess Mimi, the cat plotnick on Salaam

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Alaikum bless you and your family.

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Samia,

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Samia Han, also from Dubai. Greetings to you as we now shift

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to the second portion of our

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session

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after

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greeting our final greetings to Abdullah from Milan, from Cameroon, Masha Allah

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is the first person who was identified themselves from Cameroon

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and Laci

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encyc anozie

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from Riyadh.

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alaikum Salaam are live cattle sameena paddock from Pakistan. Also greetings to you too. And your family

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as I introduced

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this is session 58

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah Karim?

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Allah Allah He was happy

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woman standing at the suniti li Ahmed did our praises due to a lord molars peace and blessings be on the last prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and on all those who follow the path of righteousness until the last day,

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session 58

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I fu

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the partner or the facer name number 81.

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In terms of the Quranic location, the Divine Name Allah foo

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is mentioned in five places in

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God

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among them is for Allah. Allah sallallahu I, for and home can Allahu I for one lafora

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for those It is expected that Allah will pardon them. And Allah is Ever pardoning at all forgiving.

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In terms of the meaning,

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linguistically

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the name Allah foo comes from the trilateral route is far Wow.

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The iPhone is it's verbal. Now.

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It has four main meanings. The first main meaning is to forgive and to party. And the second is to erase and to remove.

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The third meaning is to give willingly, to give more than what is due.

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The fourth meaning is extra, or excess, as in the verse with a lunak.

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Mother young people call a laugh. And they ask you what they should spend.

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say to them, they access beyond your needs a laugh through Al Baqarah verse 2219.

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Fu is the present participle.

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file in Arabic on the intensive pattern of foul

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which indicates extreme part.

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This route appears some 35 times in the Quran. In four derived forms. Examples of these forms are hofa, which means to forgive,

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a laugh, the surplus, forgiveness, and the law field.

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Those who pardon

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linguistic linguistically AF refers to two basic concepts, one of which is to remove all traces of something

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in the Arabic language, the classical Arabic dictionaries.

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They explain it as sometimes used in reference to a strong winds blowing and removing all traces of footprints in the sand.

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The other concept is to willingly give others without constraint.

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Allow Who is the one who removes and erases all sense mistakes, errors, faults, etc. Along with their traces,

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and he consequently becomes pleased with us.

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He then grants us countless blessings willingly, without even being asked.

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In terms of pardoning and forgiving.

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It's worth noting that of the five times that a last name and foo is mentioned in the Quran. It is mentioned four times with his name for which you have taken previously, the Forgiving

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indicating a strong link between the two names of similar meaning.

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According to Al ghazali,

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allow fu erases evil deeds and overlooks misdeeds

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and it is very close in meaning to Allah for however, it is more eloquent, because forgiveness is based on covering sin.

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That is, from from Allah for, while pardoning laugh is based on eraser, and erasing is a more powerful concept than just Heidi.

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According to other scholars, the difference between pardoning and forgiveness that is between Allah foo and Allah for

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is that forgiving is covering without punishment.

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associated with it.

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While pardoning only occurs with deeds, having the presence of punishment, or reprimand,

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the difference between the two names relative to Allah is in fact very subtle.

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In both cases, Allah excusing sinners from punishment for their sins.

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The fundamental difference lies

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in the fact that,

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for me, forgiveness means of a law conceals our sins and mistakes.

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And we will not be punished for them on the Day of Judgment.

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However, they are still recorded there in our book of deeds.

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On the other hand,

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when a lot of pardons our sins,

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the sins are completely erased from our book of deeds.

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Allah will not even remind us to license nor question us about them.

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Simply because our sins have been totally erased.

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Therefore, from the perspective of eraser, pardoning

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last is greater than forgiveness.

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According to emammal core to be the Imam of

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Spain.

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And

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this tafsir of serial port to be was a tafsir. It hasn't been translated into English, but it is among the classics that deserves translation.

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And I hope that inshallah, in the coming years, the International University will undertake this translation

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anyway, according to your mom and could to be regarding the Divine Name Allah foo.

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The partner, Allah pardons his creation before or after punishment, as distinct from all fraud from an affair and Allah for

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which is forgiveness, which never has punishment along with it. This is the subtle difference. On the other hand, whoever deserves punishment, and is released on punished, has been pardoned. Thus pardoning is the complete erasure of sin. Say all the scholars have

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explained the difference between the two concepts one of pardoning and one of

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forgiveness.

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Coming to the same conclusions in the end,

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the burden of guilt, the intent behind the ratio of sin

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is the ratio of the burden of guilt associated with the commission of the sin.

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Therefore, whether our bad deeds may be errors or major sins, followed by sincere repentance, Allah will replace our bad deeds with good deeds. If we sincerely repent and do good as he said,

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lamb and taba were Armen. While I'm in Carmel and salejaw for Allah acre you bet did a lot to say it him has an ad can Allahu Fu urashima

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except for those who repent, believe and do righteous deeds. For them, Allah will replace their evil deeds with good deeds, and Allah is Ever forgiving, and merciful. So I'm for con, verse 70.

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Thus, in the case of forgiveness, evil deeds are erased as a pardon and converted into good deeds. However, the acts themselves remain in the servants book of deeds until he needs his Lord.

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He or she then they will be uncovered and shown to them

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And the repentant sinner will be made totally aware of them and all the evil associated with their acts,

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then Allah will cover them cover

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their sins from them.

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Soft one even more is Al massini stated that while I was walking with Abdullah bin Omar, that's the son of a mother top holding his hand.

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And this was a common practice amongst

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Arabs.

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And

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I know when I first came to study in Medina,

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myself and the Lakin quick and some of the other brothers that came up in our time back in the early 70s. We were a bit shocked, you know, people were trying to hold our hands. In North America, we consider this to be a sign of people who have taken another path.

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Sign of homosexuality, but in that culture, the culture the culture spread out from Arabia, holding hands,

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didn't have those implications at all anyway, so

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suffering even more Chris was holding.

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Omar ibn Omar of the live in Omar's hand

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while they were walking, and a man popped out and asked them

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actually asked,

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delighted Ahmad himself. What have you heard from the laws of parcel about a natural, the private talk?

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Even Omar replied, I heard a lot of messengers say, Allah will bring the believers one at a time near him,

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shelter them with his canopy and ask them

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did you commit such and such sense? And they will reply, Yes, my lord.

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Allah will keep on asking them until they confess to all of their sins, they will think that they are totally ruined.

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Allah will then say to them, I hid your sins in the world. And today, I forgive you for them.

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Then they will be given their book of good deeds.

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As for the disbelievers and hypocrites, their evil acts, will be publicly exposed.

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And as a lot of said,

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and the witnesses will say, these are the people who lied against the Lord, behold, the curse of Allah is upon the wrongdoers.

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Fire as hard

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how Allah in Medina camdeboo Allah,

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Allah Allah, Allah to llahi Allah volley me

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sort of adversity. Thus the burden of sins are the number of evil deeds, which are actually erased and replaced by good deeds in the book

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and not the sins themselves.

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The burden of sins

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is what is actually erased, as well as the number of sets and not the sins themselves. As for the actual sinful acts themselves,

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counted according to x, and inactivity, or their weight of sinful acts on the atoms with scale, which are law referred to saying, Well, my Jamelia Miss Paula rotten,

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Sharon Yara

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and whoever does an atom's weight of evil will see it

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as is zilog verse eight, that is continuously recorded in writing.

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Their totals calculated,

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their time and place of occurrence specified,

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along with the levels of the doers intent, their knowledge and degree of their ability to avoid doing sense.

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All of that is

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we should know that

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loss pardon

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is consistently mentioned in the Quran regarding grave sins, such as in the case of Bani Israel Israelites who fell into idolatry and worship the calf. So my phone on comm embodied Alec Nadella comm cash guru,

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then I pardoned you after that, in order for you to be grateful. So Al Baqarah verse 52.

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Last part was also mentioned regarding those who left their assigned strategic military positions together spoils causing the battle to swing in the favor of the enemy

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and loss of lives among Muslim forces. That was during the Battle of the heart.

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So a lot there says, some Masada fakuma and

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Leah tele a coup.

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Well, aka the alpha ankle labu Fub Lin halland momineen.

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Then he turned you back from them defeated, that he might test you.

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But he has already part of you.

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And Allah is the possessor of bounty for the believers through Allium Ron, verse 152.

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This is the beauty of Allah.

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Allah foo,

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whose pardon is reserved for the believers.

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Moving on to the application, according to evidence of Paul's four principles, Principle number one, to adopt where applicable.

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Although the Divine Name Allah foo

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cannot be applied in its totality by a loss features. They can attempt to benefit from its guidance, by striving to imitate and emulate the Divine Names in implications.

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Consequently, the Divine Name Allah foo, the partner, may be adopted and applied in at least two basic ways.

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The first is to reflect on our laws, various ways of pardoning us in our lives, and become as a result of our reflection and contemplation, motivated to regularly pardon others likewise.

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The second way is to appreciate a loss promise of pardon, by taking full advantage of it. And by doing all that we can to erase our sins and replace them with good deeds, capable of earning a lot of foods.

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Personal part

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so looking at pardoning others, the first way, Allah urges us to pardon people, among our family,

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friends, relatives, and accept their excuses, in the same way that he pardons us and forgives us unconditionally.

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Instead, surah Noor, verse 22, Allah says there, those are virtue and wealth among you

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shouldn't swear not to give aid to their relatives, the needy and then emigrants for the cause of Allah. Instead, they should pardon and overlook their relatives error errors, wouldn't you like a lot to forgive you analyze, forgiving and merciful

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allowed to have buena fear a lot of hula comb will love her for water Rahim.

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This verse actually was revealed regarding abubaker acidic,

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who made an oath to discontinue giving charity to one of his relatives by the name of Mr.

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Baker because Mr. had participated in spreading a slanderous rumor of infidelity regarding abubaker daughter, Ayesha,

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wife of the Prophet salon.

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Although the rumor continued to spread until Allah revealed a verse confirming her innocence abubaker swore an oath

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that she wouldn't

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not give Mr. anything after that

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when the verse was revealed to the provinces and let me recite it to the believers, and abubaker publicly responded to the verse saying yes by law,

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I wish that a law should forgive me.

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He then resume giving Mr.

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The charitable aid he used to give him before and swore by Allah. I will never withhold any of it from

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the prophet SAW Salaam was quoted as strongly encouraging pardon by focusing on its special rewards from Allah.

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He said,

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Masada Allahu Allah done the aff when Allah is.

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Law only increases his servants dignity. If he pardons others

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that people might feel

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in pardoning others, were letting them get away and get away with wrong error or whatever.

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And that in fact, that lures us in the eyes of people, those who actually committed a crime or whatever, or made an error

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or our contemporaries or colleagues may look at us as weak, whatever, but Allah

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so the Prophet Muhammad Salaam, conveyed to us Mazar de la abdon, the aff when

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a lot doesn't increase

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a servant of his

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pardons others

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except

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by increasing him in dignity,

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it will make him have higher stature, whether people around them look down on him

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as being weak

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in the sight of Allah, he has been raised

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and ultimately in the sight of people, they will know it.

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In order to further stress, the importance of Pardon me.

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The reward of Paradise has been attached to it.

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A lot further encouraged pardoning by declaring that people who suppress their anger and pardon others will be among the people of paradise. Allah laffel said

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and hastened to forgiveness from your Lord. Besides do it I'm an affiliate in Morocco.

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What Jen nuttin, Aldo has some article on

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the garden of Paradise, as wide as the heavens in the earth prepared for the righteous will spend charitably during times of ease and hardship.

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Those who will restrain their anger

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and those who pardon people.

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For our law loves those who do good.

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Well, I feel and in us,

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West 133 134, Jamaicans here commented on those who restrain their anger, saying that it meant that they forgave those who treated them unjustly.

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Consequently,

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they do not hold any ill feelings towards anyone in their hearts. And this is the most excellent level of conduct in this regard.

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This level of good moral conduct requires us to fight against our egos, and ask Allah

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to support us by removing from our hearts any trace of bad feelings and resentment to others.

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Our strategy should be that if someone wrongs us, it is better for us to think about our own sins, which we have committed, and the people who we have wronged

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we should strive our hardest to pardon others so that the law may pardon us for our own misdeeds,

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which is

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the full value of removing bad feelings from our hearts towards

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Others can be clearly seen in an incident which took place amongst the companions of the Prophet Sunnah.

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It was narrated to us by Anna Sidney Malik, the personal servant of the prophet SAW.

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The story which I have mentioned on a few occasions before

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the story of

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the time when the prophet SAW someone was sitting in the masjid with

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a group of companions, teaching them.

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And in the middle of his, his

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lesson,

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he stopped and said, a man from the people of Paradise will appear before you now.

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They all look to see who it was, and a man from the answer came walking in

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and saw the people of Medina

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who supported and provided the forms etc. For the Maharaja rune, those who emigrated from Mecca, along with the prophets of Salaam and after.

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Anyway, this man from the answer came walking in this beard dripping water from ablution from Voodoo, holding his sandals in his left hand.

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That's how they described him. Is it significant that he held it in his left hand and not in his right?

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That's not for us to get into. It's not an issue.

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But they observed him. He didn't know that the prophet SAW Solomon said that, of course, he when he's walking over to join them, and the circle, everybody's looking at him is probably wondering, you know, why they are looking at me. Anyway, the next day

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in the masjid,

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the data says going on. And

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the problem is all sudden, I'm stopped again, and told them a man from the people of Paradise is gonna come before you now. They all

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waited to see who else does the props are seldom guaranteeing.

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To their surprise, it was the same man, same man from the answer. And the third day, same thing happens.

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So, at that point, after the divorce, when the prophets of Salaam got up to leave up to live in Ahmedabad, alas, he followed the man and told him that he had gotten into an argument with his father, and that sworn an oath that he would not enter his father's house for the next three nights. So I'm the law asked him as the man if he could spend the next three nights with him and the man agreed. Remember that the man this is the Ansari, who prophesied, Solomon said, would be among the people of paradise. So Abdullah, spent three nights with the man

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and found that he did not get up for midnight prayer at all, those three nights he didn't get up for that,

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at all, hygiene was sort of like a sign or, or evidence that somebody is serious about the deal.

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So he was wondering what's going on here.

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But what he did notice that whenever the man woke up at night, and shifted his position in the bed, he would remember a lot out loud, and make talkin beer until he got up for fudger.

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He also never heard him speak anything but good.

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Never back bits, anyone he never, you know, slander, nothing, nothing at all.

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Anyway, when the three nights had passed, out of frustration of the law, had begun to despise the man because he couldn't see anything that made this man among the people of Paradise that the process and them said, so the only thing left was to talk to the man himself.

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So he confessed to him. There was no argument

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told them no strained relations between my father and myself.

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But on three different occasions, I heard the prophet SAW silence say that one of the people of Paradise would appear before us and each time it was you. I wanted to spend the night with you to see what actions you were doing, so that I could emulate you. But I didn't see you doing much

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What is it that you're doing to reach this station? mentioned by the Messenger of Allah, some of the line it was,

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the man replied nothing more than what you saw. However, I bear no hatred towards any Muslims, nor do I feel any envy towards anyone for the good that Allah has granted them.

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The law that said, Ah,

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that's what has brought you to your special level, and is what we are incapable of struggling with.

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The challenge of keeping one's heart clean from hatred, and rancor, through pardon is so great that it earned this unnamed companion from the answer. A guaranteed place in paradise without even realizing it. So perhaps Allah,

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Allah Allah I thought himself in the Quran repeatedly calls the believers to party, whoever they can, whenever they can, in order to develop a pardoning forgiving nature, because by doing so repeatedly, it will eventually become a part of our nature even though we're not normally pardoning people. No, we like to

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hold people to account. punish them, everything else.

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If we start priming people, even though it's not in our heart, eventually it will become a habit, which will find a place in our heart.

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As the Lord said to anti Fu, Acropolis, taqwa

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and pardoning is closer to mindfulness of Allah, consciousness of Allah.

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righteousness.

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That's verse 237 of swagbucka. The promise are seldom encouraged and directed Muslim leaders and rulers to prevent doubt among their subjects in their judgments. By preferring to make a mistake

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in pardoning, rather than a mistake in punishment.

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There are a number of reports of the profit loss I'm saying, drop the fixed punishment punishments. That is the minute where there is doubt.

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Now most of the narrations are weak, it became a standard fit, Maxine Ayesha quoted the Messenger of Allah as saying,

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avert the legal penalties from the Muslims as much as possible. If the accused has a way out, then leave the way open frame. For it to be better if the mom makes a mistake and forgiving, then make a mistake, and garnishment.

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And we can see in the example of the prophet SAW salams reluctance to apply the fixed corporal punishment of amputating the hand of the fifth, as commanded by Allah and

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this can be seen in the very first case of its application amongst Muslims of the library mess originated the first man to have his hand cut off in his lap.

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First man among Muslims,

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was someone who was brought by his people to the prophet SAW Selim and they told him Indeed, this man has stolen He's a thief.

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It was as if the face of the messenger saliva sanlam became grey with sorrow. Some of them asked or messenger of Allah, What is wrong? He replied, what can prevent me now from applying the law of cutting off is

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since you have become helpers of Satan against one of your own.

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While Allah is our food, pardoning and he loves Spartan, you have to laugh.

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For it is not permissible for the ruler to be brought a case requiring the hand the fixed punishment without applying the law.

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And then he recited the verse

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well yeah for a

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while Yes, follow

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Allah to have buena ferula hulagu while lava Fuhrer Rahim.

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Instead, they should pardon and overlook their relatives errors.

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Wouldn't you like a lot to forgive you? And Allah Allah is Forgiving, and merciful.

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Surah Noor, verse 22

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another

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example can be seen where the prophet SAW salami himself tried to avoid the implementation of capital punishment for adultery is stoning to death. On multiple occasions, Abdullayev in Breda reported on the authority of his father Mize him in mind. Malik al Islami

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had come to Allah's Messenger, and said,

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laws messenger, all asmus I've wronged myself, I've committed adultery, and I earnestly desire that you should purify.

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But the Messenger of Allah turned away from me.

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On the following day, my eyes

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came again, and said to the prophet SAW, Allah His Messenger, I've committed adultery.

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Again, laws messenger sallallahu wasallam, turned away from him

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and sent him to his people say, do you know if there's anything wrong with his mind?

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They denied any such thing in him and said, we do not know him.

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But as a wise good man among us, as he had done before.

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So, so far as we can judge, this was the response of his people, we do not know him.

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But as a wise good man among us so far as we can judge

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Mize came for the third time.

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And the prophet SAW solemn sent him

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away, as he had done before.

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He asked about him, and then informed him that there was nothing wrong with him or his mind.

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When it was the fourth time, a ditch was dug for him.

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And the prophet SAW his son announced judgment about him.

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And he was stoned to death.

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The narrator said, they came to him,

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a woman from

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comet.

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She's known as an mohammedia.

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And she stated to the province on salam, O Messenger of Allah. I've committed adultery, so purify me.

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And the prophet SAW Selim turned

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away from her

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same as he did to mice.

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The following day, she said, Allah is messenger, why do you turn away from me?

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Perhaps you turn away as you turned away from mice, by Allah, I haven't become pregnant. He said,

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Well, if you insist upon it, and go away until you give birth to the child.

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When she had delivered,

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she came with the child wrapped in a

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bit of cloth and said, Here is the child boom, I've given birth to

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he said, Go away and suckle the child until you wean him.

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Two years later, when she went him, she came back to the processor with a child who was holding a piece of bread in his hand.

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And of course, when the processor is turned away, is given people a chance to take back what they said and not insist on the implementation of the hand, stoning to death.

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So

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she said to him, all in the child, the child is all in bed in his hand.

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Oh messenger of Allah.

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Here he is.

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I have weaned him, and he eats food.

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The private sauce on them and trusted the trial to one of the Muslims then announced punishment, and she was put in a ditch up to her chest.

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And then commanded people and they stoned her

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daughter to death.

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Khalid bin Walid came forward with a stone which he flung at her head

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and blood

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splattered back on the face of college.

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So he cursed or

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Allah's Messenger

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heard this from Khalid heard comments curse, any

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said to him,

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comment, be gentle

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by him and whose hand is my life. She has made such a repentance that even if a wrongful tax collector were to repent, he would have been forgiven.

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Then he gave the command regarding her, that she'd be prepared for burial. And he led the prayer

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for her.

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So the promise I'll send them also strongly discouraged. And even for me, masters from applying corporal punishment on the servants these things.

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Live in armor narrated and on one occasion, a man came to the process element said, For messenger of Allah.

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How shall I forgive? Or how often should I forgive a servant?

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The prophet SAW Selim gave no reply. So the man repeated, and he remained silent. Then the man asked the third time, and then the prophet SAW Selim said to him,

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forgive him 70 times daily.

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On another occasion, the prophet SAW Sam was quoted as saying the expiation for stopping a slave or beating him is to set him free.

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And also companionway Amina Hakka

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who had a sermon girl.

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And seven girl was

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looking after his sheep.

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One day when he came to check on the shipping found that some sheep were missing and she said the wolf had come and

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snatch some of the sheep and run off, ate them.

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He became very upset, and he slapped her in our face, but he regretted it as soon as he did it. So he went to Allah His Messenger,

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and told him what happened in the process, and of course, considered it to be something very serious.

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So why be more we ever know how come? He said, O Messenger of Allah? Shall I just free her?

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He replied, bring her to me.

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When he brought her she, he asked her, where is the law? She replied above the heavens.

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Then

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he asked her, and who am I? She replied, You are the Messenger of Allah. Then he turned to Maria, and said, free her, for indeed, she is a believer.

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So, we can see in these various incidents which took place in the time of the performance or

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the

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application of

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party hardening,

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letting people go

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and

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it stretches from slapping a servant all the way to

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capital punishment.

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But the principle of AF, or pardoning is there throughout.

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And

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one point to note is that Allahu Allah, the partner, is the one who pardons with no reminders of his favorites.

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So after overlooking other people's mistakes or wrong actions towards us,

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we should try and not to remind them of

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their bad deeds. afterwards.

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Allah is the one who pardons and never mentions our sins again.

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The second

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way of applying the first principle

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was to appreciate the lost promise of pardon.

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To understand the partner by taking full advantage of the pardon and doing all we can to erase our sins and replace them with good deeds, good deeds which are capable of earning a lot Foos.

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Personal part.

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Ally is the partner whose pardon is complete, so complete that it encompasses whatever sins are done by any and all of his creatures,

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especially if they repent,

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seek His forgiveness, have faith and do enough righteous deeds to make his pardoning them profitable.

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He will accept His servants repentance, and pardon there sits

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is the partner who loves to party

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and loves that his worshipers are good to their to his creatures that they strive to do deeds which will earn them inspiring.

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the perfection of a loss pardoning can also be grasped from the fact that no matter what sins His creatures do, or have done if they turn back to him and leave the sins, He will pardon all of their sins.

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As I said earlier a body aladeen Astra for Allah unforeseen

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laptop enough to rock metal in the liar Pharaohs ruba Jamia in the who will

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say oh my servants will press themselves do not despair of Allah's mercy. Indeed Allah forgives all sins. Indeed he is all Forgiving, the Most Merciful towards Zuma, verse 35. Were not for the completeness of His mercy and the vastness of his kindness. He would not have left the single living creature or soul on there.

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Whenever you ask for the love of NASS, missile me, ma takala mindat button were lacking, you know,

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in Agile him.

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And if Allah were to impose blame on the people for their wrongdoing,

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he would not have left on the earth, any creature, but he delays them for a specified term. And when the time has come,

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he will not be delayed

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for an hour, nor will they be ahead of it by an hour, they will not be delayed. Their punishment will not be late for an hour, or

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be ahead of the time for an hour.

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But it comes it comes.

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The second principle of living by Paul was to confirm were unique and inapplicable where the name is unique to Allah and aspects of it. Its meaning unique to Allah, we have to apply confirmation, we confirm it, to apply it. The pardoning of sin is unique to Allah. Allahu,

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to him alone. No human being, no matter how pious they may be, can forgive all of our sins. Even the prophets, the angels and the righteous don't have the authority to forgive the sins of others.

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Allah reiterates this fact in the grand saying, well my fear of the rubella whoever forgive sins, boo, forgive sins besides the law. Riley and Ron verse 135, contrary to the Roman Catholic practice of confession, among the majority of Christians, when priests listened to the sins of the congregation and promised them forgiveness, only Allah and His messengers can prescribe or approve specific words and acts of repentance, which will erase him.

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On the other hand, Catholics even gave their Pope's the right to sell certificates of forgiveness, known as papal indulgences, with this stamp and seal of the papacy on them

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and the promise of guarantees

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forgiveness and a seat in paradise in the life to come.

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In Islami ratio of sin can only be achieved

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through direct intervention of God, or through a variety of righteous acts, which haven't been generally and specifically defined by law in the crime, or by the province or asylum in Israel.

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However, there is in Sufi circles,

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a hierarchical list of so called Muslim saints, similar to the list of Roman Catholic Saints for every occasion.

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This list has become a prominent feature among the ignorant masses who blindly follow them.

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They're called

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rejoneadora like

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the people of the unseen

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ascending order of merit. They are 300.

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That's the title 300 above them, or the Abdallah 40 of them.

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above them, or the abrar seven

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and above them are the altered

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pegs.

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And then nakaba, is next to watchmen.

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And at the top is the pole

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the greatest saint of his time.

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And at the top of all of this,

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if not that, Toby himself is the

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the Savior, the greatest of all saints, always believed in most circles, to be capable of taking on his shoulders, a portion of the sins of the believers Subhana Allah are

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what I claim. According to popular, popular Sufi belief, the saints of the top three classes the altered

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nakaba and the bottom are present invisibly in Makkah at all the five daily prayers.

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When the host dies, the kotak replaces him. There's a moving up, all through the series, the pure soul of each class rising to the next degree

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of God, Cardinal Gianni, who died in the 12th century of the common error is popularly referred to as a lousy album.

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Not just the hosts but Allah hosts allow them the greatest source of help

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and in times of calamity, many turned to him for help crying out Yeah, Abdulkadir Livni Oh Abdulkadir save me. May Allah protect us from such misguidance and ignorance. In 1990. In 1980, Roger on to allow you to belong to Him, we must return.

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application of this divine name Allah foo requires the believers to reject any such claims which gives us the ability to forgive any portion of the sins of the last creatures

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to his creatures.

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such claims or open claims of ship in allows names and attributes and worship of Allah's creation along with him, which nullifies the hidden law, belief in the unique oneness of Allah and His essence, his attributes and his actions,

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which is the essence of faith in Islam.

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The third principle

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we have been backed up

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among the four

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pillars to have hope where there is a promise now the Divine Name Allah who the partner is a name full of promise, similar to the other Divine Names like an author, at the lab, Al Karim, etc. All of which in and of themselves contain the divine promise of forgiveness by

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belief in Allah, as they all Forgiving, the ever acceptor of repentance. The frequent partner who constantly covers up our sins, keeps the personal hope for forgiveness alive in the hearts of the believers. However, that should not be an excuse to deliberately engage

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insane because the laws forgiveness is also dependent on spiritual efforts on the part of the sinner. It's not just a random thing,

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where you happen to be in a family that can trace its lineage back to the family of the province of Solomon, whatever, you know this becomes your way out. None of that has any meaning.

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Fundamentally, Allah created human beings and the jinn with a weakness that will lead them repeatedly to commit sin.

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Consequently, the prophet SAW Selim reiterated this fact, while providing a way out of the circle of sin saying khulumani Adam kapa

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haka in a toa moon.

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All of Adam's descendants continually commit mistakes, and the best of those who regularly commit mistakes or those who regularly respect

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their flawed creation is fundamentally a way by which a lot of attributes of forgiveness become manifest in this world. without sin, there will be no forgiveness. Without disobedience, there will be no part. In order to further illustrate this point constraints now hope in the laws forgiveness, the process was instructed to inform us that this state of affairs was a part and parcel of a laws grand plan, saying, if you did not commit since

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by the one in whose hand my soul lies, along with a stripped you out of existence, and replace you with another people would commit sins, ask them as forgiveness, and he would forgive them.

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So Bahama

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allies, pleased by our repentance, which is why He created us after having created the jinn, who also disobeyed him. But who in the person of the police, and under his leadership initially did not turn back to a line repentance, but instead rebelled in our arrogance. As reported that the prophet SAW Selim expressed a loss happiness in a metaphor, saying, Allah is more delighted with the repentance of a servant than one of you, who suddenly finds his camel laden with supplies after losing it in a barren land.

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So focusing on the promise of forgiveness and pardon, protects the believers from overwhelming feelings of hopelessness, not talking not to rock mithila

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these over whelming feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, leading them to giving up to despair, and to eventually disbelief. Consequently, a lot of calls on the believers not to fall into despair latacunga to

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instead, they should always remember that a lot can and will forgive all sins.

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Moving on to the last of the prince, four principles have been upon a mom given Bob Bob,

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to have fear where there is a warning.

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Now the fourth principle of living but Tom is not directly applicable in this case. Because the Divine Name of forgiveness and pardon Allah foo doesn't contain any warnings in its in and of itself. However, we haven't been warned by Alon His Messenger, that if we don't show mercy, pardoning people etc, whenever we can, pardon and mercy and forgiveness would not be shown to us cosine alpha three code to the browser Selma saying, Man liar humbleness liar hammer wha

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he will shows no mercy to the people allow will show him no mercy.

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So the only the indirect warning whose consequences we should fear is the sad consequences of missing out on all the dazzling opportunities to gain or loss forgiveness, which are so easily accessible now.

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However,

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we should keep in mind, a Warning.

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Warning that Allah Allah Fu piden

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Have sins is the open warning against exposing our sins

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as he would cause us to be denied allows forgiveness altogether.

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Because exposing our sins to others generally implies that we are proud of doing them.

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So those who publicize their sins are fundamentally not really interested in the last part. If they openly seek a last part,

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it is only as a precaution just in case the law really does exist.

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They have covered their backs. However, precautionary repentance is essentially fake,

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and as such, will never be accepted by law.

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Among the evil consequences of broadcasting one since that it encourages others, especially the weak minded and the low spirited to reflect on and possibly commit similar since. Consequently, Allah wonders in very strongly worded statements,

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which were conveyed by the last messenger.

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To not publicize assets. burera go to the province of Solomon saying, all the sins of my followers will be present, except for those who commit sins openly, or disclose their sins in public.

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An example of such a disclosure is that of a person who commits a sin at night. And though Allah screens it from the public in the morning,

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he then publicizes it saying also and so I did such and such an evil deed last night,

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though he passed the night screened by his Lord, but no one knowing about his sin, but in the morning, he removed the last screen from himself.

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On one hand, we should feel too ashamed to brag about our sins. If we don't feel shy, it means that our hearts are spiritually and emotionally dead.

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We are seriously in need of spiritual and emotional health,

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on the other hand, are boasting about our sins to others, puts these ideas in their minds and their hearts. So we have become like a viral disease infecting and corrupting all whom we meet, who listen attentively to our spiritual and emotional sicknesses. May Allah protect us from falling into such an occurrence state

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in closing our session, calling on a lie using the name Allah foo.

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I should reported that she asked the province on Sunday Yasuo Allah, Allah it in fact to lay little cutter ma drew

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his response she asked the Messenger of Allah What should I say in my supplication? If I'm blessed to catch Lana to other browsers, as Alan said, say taco Lena Allahumma inaka foo one. To have both alpha 510 Allah you are forgiving and love forgiveness, so forgive me.

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Now although the progress ourselves wife asked about this,

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specifically in the context of learner to other, it may be used at any time one wishes, as the meaning is general.

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Or law. Yeah, foo. We know and accept that only you alone can pardon and erase all our sins. So grant us the firmness of faith to be able to let go of our ill feelings and to pardon others. Yeah, Allah. Help us to reflect on your unconditional love and your countless blessings, which you shower upon us every night and every day.

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Yahoo

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aid us to obey you and guide us to regularly seek Your pardon for all our sins, mistakes, negligence, errors and faults. So that we will not be questioned about them on the day of just

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change your own hearts. Study our hearts, on your religion.

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barakallahu li comes at it from llahi about a cat

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one

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Now shift

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to the third segment of our session

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58th session

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which is our q&a.

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Baraka love, she said I want to lie about a cat.

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The first question

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from sadef Holly, share if someone says that Islam is against women, Islam is the Prophet

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is this cover?

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Or do we treat such realities? Can we hate them for the sake of Allah?

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Well, obviously what they've said,

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is serious.

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Very sad, very bad.

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We should hate what they said, for the sake of Allah.

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But

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we should still retain their relatives, we should still retain

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a, if their relatives or even if they're not religious, we should still retain enough love for them. as Muslims know, they've become misguided or whatever,

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that we can try to help them

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because of course, it's easy just to close the door in their faces, and just have nothing to do with them at all. And there may come a time when you have to do that if they become very aggressive and very, you know, obsessive with their attack on Islam,

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but otherwise, try to guide them. I doubt the

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second question is from Jamshed sherwani.

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There is an authentic hadith about reciting to Charlotte,

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a wilderness road, but I have not found anybody reciting it in prayer. Can you please explain?

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Can I recite this in my prayer?

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That is instead of adjusting the process directly in the childhood, we say salam ala Nabi

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Bharat Mata La Habra cat.

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And this is something which you can do, personally I do it

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by but we should also

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not become so intolerant of others, who we might feel are still adjusting the process or learn directly when applied. So that said, he was amongst the scholars of this Saba, I said that during the lifetime when the processor was alive with them,

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they used to say,

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so Monica, you had an OB, but after his death, they switched it to a Salama Helen and Abby.

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Still, others amongst the companions did not follow that road, but it's an option. Since Sharla.

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Saleem asks, praying for those who are permanently

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trying to harm

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is worthy.

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But what shall we do to deal with them, in order to educate them, when they consider themselves more learned?

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The most learned, I guess, amongst creation,

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you know, if people are so

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insistent,

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they don't want to hear anything from anybody else.

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They reject any other knowledge.

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Besides the knowledge which they have gained, when people take that kind of an attitude.

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In some cases, you can't, you just have to leave it. You just no point in getting into heated arguments with them.

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As long as there is a chance for you to try to educate them. They do allow, you know in discussion, a chance for you to say something that might touch their heart or touch their mind or whatever, then you continue to try

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in terms of our

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Instagram, students,

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visitors,

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colleagues,

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friends

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there are no questions today.

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inshallah we'll sign off

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subhanak Aloma Hunziker, the shadow Illa Illa and the stump Federica and a tulelake.