Al Adab Al Mufrad – EP12

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Weekly Halaqa – Episode 12 (29th May 2015).

Adab al Mufrad is a hadith book compiled by Imam Muhammad ibn Ismail al Bukhari. It contains 1,322 ahadith.
The book is about the manners of Prophet Muhammad SAWS.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah Haman hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam ala MV mursaleen maybe you know habibollah Mohammed de nada of Masada to attempt to slim and my bad. My brothers and sisters in Islam sin Mr. De Kumara to LA he robot a cattle?

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What's going on? Is it like a some special day today everyone's at home? Or is it because I didn't come for two weeks?

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Yeah, is that why? Panama, please forgive me last week was completely unintentional.

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A few months ago, I had booked a flight to go to Vancouver. Now I haven't lived in Canada for a year now. And this is my first time experiencing how quickly the time is changing in the summer. And so kind of I didn't realize that motive is going to go so late, so fast when I booked the ticket two months ago. And last week, a few days before the flight to Vancouver. You know, I look at the timing, and I thought that I'm thinking in my head, you know what the ticket is, the flight is after midnight, like 1230 or something. But that's actually the arrival time in Vancouver. And so my departure time was something like 945 960 something from here and I thought you know what, there's

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no way I can do this helicon go to the airport, even though it's a domestic flight. So, again, you know, please forgive me, I called up Brother Mohammed died. And I said, I don't know how, how this happened. I remember most of it being at like, you know, seven 716. And now all of a sudden, it's almost nine o'clock. So the you know, it changes very fast and Pamela and it's a lesson learned for me. And honestly, I felt really really bad because I extremely wanted to come last week to finish off this chapter inshallah. But we will today, finish off the parenting and then we'll shift into

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into parents and taking care of their children raising children in Charlottetown as well will continue after Ramadan inshallah, because the next few weeks, sorry, but the next few weeks I'm not here, I'm going to Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. So the reward will be upon each and every one of you in sha Allah for sacrificing your time your halaqaat to allow them to benefit a little bit, inshallah Tada.

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So we'll continue where we left off, we left off at chapter 36 Hadeeth number 77. Zero. And the chapter is those who maintain ties of kinship in the Jay Haley, and then became Muslim

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Hakeem even exam, and this is very interesting to see his name, like hazm, who knows what this word hazm means in Arabic.

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When you fly on Saudi airlines, what do they say? It'll put the right foot on your seat belts. So he's, um, is something that used to tie either your belt or your seat belt or something you used to tie tightly onto something, right? And this is what we're talking about those who maintain ties of kinship in the J helia. And then became Muslim, and it only clicked in my head when I was reading through the names of those in the chain of narration. So he said,

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I asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, do you think that good deeds by which I used to perform in the time of jatiya, such as maintaining ties of kinship, setting, setting slaves free and giving sadaqa will bring me a reward? Hakeem, it'll be a long time said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, You became Muslim, along with the good actions you had already done. You became Muslim, along with the good actions you had already done, meaning that when you enter Islam as a non Muslim, becoming Muslim, so you're a new Muslim, now you just entered Islam, we know very well that we say the sins that you committed are removed and erased. You no longer have

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those sins, clean slate, everyone uses that term, right? You now have a clean slate, you're like a newborn baby, no sins, nothing, right? You're pure. And you enter Islam, maybe at the age of 2030 4050 6070 years old, whatever the ages, all of the sins that you committed prior to that prior to your entrance into Islam are removed. But here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam affirms

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that the good deeds you had done, carry over into your book of deeds. So imagine that they don't just enter with a clean slate. Those who enter Islam, the good deeds they had done, that slate is filled with nothing but good. It's just pure good deeds, right, packed up packed on there. But what happens if a person who's non Muslim dies, and they never enter Islam? What happens to those good deeds that they did? Do they hold any value any wait? No, they don't. Right. So those good deeds that they had done their good deeds, and they're accumulated they're accounted for. But they don't mean anything in the hereafter except you add some

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spice to

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Right, which is Islam absent spice, right, add some salt and the flavor comes out. And so Subhana Allah we see in this, in this Hadith,

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how those who entered Islam, and had done good deed and here he mentioned to the Prophet sallallahu, either he was trying to maintaining ties of kinship, setting slaves free and giving sadaqa these are things that he had done or he's asking about in his life, will I still receive reward for these, you know, these good actions that I've done and the prophets a little longer than he will send them affirms and says yes, so this Hadeeth proves that the good deeds of a non Muslim are suspended. If he becomes a Muslim or she becomes a Muslim, they're accepted Otherwise, they are rejected in the next chapter, chapter 37, maintaining ties of kinship with a non Muslim and giving him gifts. Now

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this is very similar to Heidi's that we already took Hadeeth number 26 right so we'll go through it very quickly. inshallah Tada. Even our model will be Allahumma

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said on the ignorant Ahmad, his father saw a silk robe and said to the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wa sallam, messenger of Allah, you could buy this robe and wear it on Friday, and when delegations come to you, right, so he's telling the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam look at this is a beautiful robe. Beautiful, absolutely nice. You know, it's like, you go to the store, and your wife sees something and she says, Ah, you would look really good in this, right? And she dresses you even though you hate it, right? You absolutely hate when she dresses you. But she's dressing you in a way that she likes and loves, which is good, we should actually do that. Right, as long as it's

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according to the sun, and not going against the city. If she likes to see us wearing something, we should wear it. And as well, if the husband likes to see the wife wearing something, she should wear it in order for the two to be attracted to one another as well as to gain rewards simply by pleasing your spouse, right by doing something that makes them happy. And when you make them happy, Allah subhanho wa Taala is happy. So

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we see here in this example that I'm going to nikopol he sees something that catches his eye and he tells the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, why don't you buy it, you can wear it for Juma wear special occasions where it would get and you know, you have guests that come delegations and important meetings, that it would be something that you know, would make you stand out and make you look Wow, right.

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So he said he recently he replied, so the longer it he was send them almost only someone with no portion in the hereafter could wear this meaning only someone that is not going to get gender can wear this. Right? No portion meaning there's nothing good for you.

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You know everything in the Hereafter is not going to be good for you. So for you, yeah, you can wear it.

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Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was presented with some roads made of the same material, the same type of cloth. He gave one of them to armor, armor rhodiola and came to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and said, out of sort of law or messenger of Allah? How could you send me this robe after I heard you say what you said about it? So you said only the people who will not go to agenda will be able to wear this? How come you're giving me this gift now? Right doesn't make any sense. He's confused. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, I did not give it to you to where I didn't give it to you to where

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he tells him he says I gave it to you, so that you could either sell it, or give it as a gift to someone. Right? Sell it, or give it as a gift to summon. So today, though, you go to the store, you buy something and you realize your wife tells you this is how long you can eat it. Right? So you take it and you go to the muscle you give it to another Muslim brother, should we do this?

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Should we do it?

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We only do it if we understand what's going on. And Bob, he questioned it right away. Right? He questioned that he didn't wait. He didn't say oh, you know, Muslim gave it to me must be halala just eat it. Right? If you know very well, this is how long so someone gives you something it's a gold ring. They give it to you or a golden chain. They say here, you know, I've done a lot here where it is a gift for you. Like oh, a Muslim gave it to me. It's Hello. Because the Muslim, right? No, it's not allowed because a Muslim gave it to you. So we need to understand it. And that's the good part of going through these sort of Hadith and statements of the Sahaba. It'll be alohar at home, because

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we learn about morals and etiquette. So someone comes to the masjid and gives you something that they bought that hat on.

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Right.

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And they didn't know is how long when they bought it but their spouse or someone at home told them it was how long you can't consume it. So they come to the machine and they give it to you.

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You take it and you think why doesn't he know better and then you start backbiting the person who started talking about them, oh, look at this, he's, he's drinking this. He's eating that and it goes on and on and on and on and on.

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And the reality is, maybe the person gave it to you to get rid of it for them.

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All right, so ask questions. Don't be shy. Ask people when you need to ask. Right first victory in kuntum Latina moon masala, you want to ask me a question in a bit and Selma, right? So I'm going to be in a football that he takes this,

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this gown, and he gives it to one of his half brothers from his mom's side, who was still a mushrik, who was still an idol worshiper. So we see here in this example, that we covered earlier as well, that you can give something that is not permissible for us to consume or to use. To those who are not in Islam. They're in their city, they consume it, we really, if we look at their study, and they're not, they're not supposed to consume it anyways. But their study is void at this point in time because Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had come. Now the question is, for children, can I give my school teacher a bottle of wine at the end of the year? This happens,

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happens when I was in school, we would see it like I even had a Muslim classmate who at the end of the year, you know, they would students always gifted the teacher, and once came with a bottle of wine or some sort of, you know, champagne or something like that. And it was in a nice box and gave it and I was I went home and told my parents, I'm like, I don't get it. Like

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they're Muslim.

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Right?

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So in the things that it actually forbidden to purchase, is it forbidden to purchase gold?

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Is it? Is it forbidden to purchase gold? No, it's not. Right, as a man, you can go and purchase gold, you just can't wear it? Is it forbidden to purchase silk? No, it's not. You can you can purchase it, you just can't wear it. You can purchase it, you can give it to your spouse, you can show you can buy you can trade and so on and so forth. You just can't consume it. So the things that you're allowed to purchase, but not allowed to wear or consume, you can buy them

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and give them to someone else. Right, or especially here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was gifted this thing. So he gave it away as a gift. He didn't seek out to buy it. He didn't go and find something that was not permissible to for him to wear, but he bought and used as well for it, and then gave it to someone else. Right. So it was a way of getting rid of this item without him actually spending any of his wealth on it. As opposed to buying the alcohol for example, the the bottle of champagne or wine or something like that for the teacher. It's how long to consume it. It's also how to purchase it. You're not allowed to purchase it, you're not allowed to deal with it,

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right? So therefore, it is completely written off that you can't touch it, you can't gift it, even if someone gave it to you, you can gift it to someone else. Right? You just dispose of it. Okay, Allah subhana wa tada shows us in this example,

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how he was giving a gift. As we see the title is maintaining ties of kinship with a non Muslim and giving them gifts. He was gifting his non Muslim relative, a relative of his that was non Muslim. And this is important for us to understand. Some of us might have non Muslim relatives I know I asked once or twice and there weren't anyone at that time. But every now and then someone is new, someone comes and attends the halaqa. Right. I personally have many non Muslim relatives, a lot more non Muslim relatives and Muslim relatives. Right. So can I give them gifts? Yes, I can. islamically we're allowed to give them gifts. And sometimes it happened. I remember when we were growing up. You

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know, there were certain types of chips and stuff like that, that we were not allowed to eat at that time many years ago. And you know, if someone gave it to us at school or something like that, my mom would just give it to our uncles on her side that was not Muslim. Right? Let them eat it. That's fine. They can eat it. We just can't eat it. Right? So stuff like that is okay. The next chapter, chapter 38. Learn your lineages so that you can maintain ties of kinship. What is the lineage?

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What's your lineage?

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I'm gonna give you chocolate.

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Now, do you know what it is?

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What's the lineage?

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I saw that I was hoping to get it out of them but go on. What is it?

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Exactly like your ancestry like it like in the Hadith we see a chain of narration so it's your chain of ancestry? Who was your father? Who was your mother? Who were their parents? Who were their parents? Who were their brothers and sisters and cousins and uncles and aunts and so on and so forth? A lineage right

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sorry, so late it stuck to my finger.

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So, lineage itself is it important for us to learn who our relatives are? Do you know all your cousins

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you know all their names? Are you sure? Okay, Mashallah. Do you know all your cousins? All of them?

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But what about those that are not in Canada?

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You know them to Mashallah, what about you?

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Hamza,

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you're like me, right? We know them, but we don't know them. Right?

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Do you know all of them?

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All the ones that you know, you know, right. Okay.

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Shall I do you know all your relatives? All of them? Are you? Sure? Let me give you something other than an arrow. Yeah. Okay. So it's important. It's important for us to know our relatives know where you came from when you get older. And this is really a lesson for the parents, right? When when we are parents, and we look at our children, like, they're just cousins to so and so people. But after we leave, or something happens to us, our children get older. Mashallah, now the children are coming forward, we need to know who's who, right, we need to know who's who and especially, it's more important for our children, when they get older, they want to know who is their uncles and aunts and

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their children and their brothers and their sisters, and so on, and so forth. So they can have people to relate with have relatives have people that can go and visit and, and explore the world with and so on and so forth, right? So it's absolutely important for us to know who our relatives are. So we see here, learn your lineages, so that you can maintain ties of kinship. If you don't know who your relatives are, how are you going to maintain those ties of kinship, your parents might pass away, and you say, Oh, I don't have any relatives, or but I remember my father had an uncle in Pakistan by I don't know his name, and I don't know where he comes from. Okay. So how are you going

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to fulfill your ties of kinship upon them, maintain them, you can't, so you need to get to know them. And therefore, our parents, and I say this, because a lot of us, you know, either ourselves or our parents came to this country, from different parts of the world. And a lot of our relatives are still in other countries. Right. And like me, for example, my father's from Pakistan, and some of his relatives are still there. And I know like my uncle,

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but I don't know all of his children's names. I know my aunt, but I don't know all of his children's names. I know how many children they have. I know that the gender, but I don't know their ages. And I don't know their names. Why? Because I just don't even interact with them. We don't speak the same language. Right. But we should know. And therefore it's important for us, even if we document it should try and document our lineage. So we know who's who. You never know your children might need it later on in life, right to know who's related to who, especially once we pass away, and then the massive dispute of my property needs to be divided. comes up and this is typical in you know, Indian

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subcontinent, India, Pakistan and those countries. Right? How do we divide this land who's who's related to who or the uncle the and tradition that they pass away? And then there's a huge commotion, oh, but you're related to this person through that place. And they went to this tribe and they met that person, they wrote on a donkey and they went over there and they took water out of the well and then they met this person, they got married. No one knows. No one knows because it's not documented. Right? So it's important for that to be written down and documented in sha Allah hotelera.

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debated been wondering about the alohar and he said that he heard the he heard them know hubbub about the Aloha and shame on the member. So I'm gonna have no kebab was standing on the member, and he was addressing the muslimeen. He said, learn your lineage. So you can maintain ties of kinship By Allah, if there is if there are some bad feelings between a man and his brother, his Muslim brother. And if he knows there is kinship between him and Batman, that will prevent him from breaking up with him. Meaning,

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you know, when you have a dispute amongst two Muslims in the masjid

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Forget it, right? Well, I'm never gonna give him shalom again. That's what people say, right? Never gonna give him some time again, you come into mustard, you see them sitting down in one area, you go to the complete opposite end of the mustard lay, I don't want to see this person, they annoy me every time I come, we have this argument, right. But here, I'm going to bother saying, if there is some link between you and that person, maybe that person is the child of your cousin, who's, who's the, who is, you know, their uncle is relatives of your your father something, whatever it is, it's a distance, distant relationship. But because there's some relationship, there's some link, maybe

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it's not even a family link, maybe it's a friend, they're the child of your father's best friend or the child of your mother's best friend when they were, you know, children in elementary school, you will now feel like, Oh, you know what I need to fulfill some rights upon this person. Because there's a relationship between our relatives. There's some sort of link. And so here I'm going to identify Bob is saying that, you know, you might have a dispute amongst someone and they're your Muslim brother. But if you know that there's a relationship, a link, in terms of your lineage between you and that person. You will try to get over those hard feelings you have between each

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other

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Simply to maintain those ties of kinship, because ties of kinship is linked with emotions. You're linked in with your family, with your friends with your, you know, your relatives, your parents, and when they pass away, you start to feel more and more emotional about it. Right? So here's a beautiful example. Let me see in the commentary.

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The narration exhorts towards learning one's lineage and knowing one's relatives, since the connection of the ties of kinship is dependent on it. So it's important for us to try to see how we relate to each other. Then, of course, at the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this was a lot easier to do. Why was it easier to do?

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There were less people, first of all, all of them came from

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the same places, right? were you gonna say mokoia and you're, you're gonna say Makkah had a feeling of Salah. So all of them came from the same area, either muck or the surrounding cities and villages or Medina and the surrounding towns, right and villages. And so they were all linked together in some way, shape or form. And especially at the time of the Prophet so long, it was something with the Arabs, even up until today, they have the tribal link, right? Like today the bucket found is like a Kashmiri can only marry a Kashmiri Punjabi hot All

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right, can't marry it gets media, right? I know this because my father is half because media, half Punjabi is something strange up in there. So some have a lot, you know, we we hold on to our culture so strongly. But in some ways, it's good. Because then, you know, oh, this person came from that tribe, relative? How are they related? They're from that family from this family. Oh, wow. My son. So cousin is married into that family. So they're related in some way. Right. So it's important for us to know our lineage.

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In the next heading,

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in the next video, even our bus

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where's the number number 73.

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Even our bus will be long said, Remember your lines of descent. So you can maintain ties of kinship, kinship is not distant, if it is maintained, even if the relatives are

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even if the relatives are distant. So even if your relatives are not, you know, getting along with one another, or they're very far apart in terms of their lineage.

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He says and it is not near, if it is not maintained, even if the relatives are near. So your lineage your link with that person, even though it's your brother, or your sister, right? Or your mother or your father, or your son or your daughter, and it's a direct link. If you're not maintaining your ties of kinship with that person, your link is not as close as you think the link that you have with that person is not as close as you think it is. Why? Because you're not maintaining ties of kinship with them. Right? You're actually destroying it, you're pushing them further away.

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On the day of rising, every tie of kinship will come before each individual and testify on his behalf that he maintained that tie of kinship If he did, if he did indeed indeed maintain it, it will testify against him that he severed it if he did sever it. So we spoke about this earlier about how the ties of kinship will testify in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala that kinship itself will speak will testify to Allah and say yes, you maintain ties of kinship with this person. No to that person, you were rude to this person. You spoke about them to that person, you cut them off completely, never let them into your house every time they called you never answered the phone, and

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so on and so forth.

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Number 39 can a molar say I am from so and so. What is a molar?

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Who knows what a molar is? Yes. For a chocolate.

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What's the best job out here? I know that a nice answer. You'd like Coffee Crisp. Your parents let you drink coffee. They do know Okay, so take the Coffee Crisp you'll get your caffeine there.

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Right? So he says Imola is someone who memorize the Quran and leaves us with the vision game. molana right. What is a Mola? Yes.

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Very good. Very good definition muscle a protecting friend, someone who you look after them and they look after you someone who's your companion. Somewhat. Right. They look after you they take care of you but you take care of them as well. You look after their rights, they look after your rights you help one another.

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But you're not necessarily related. Or you're, you know you're not family members. For example, right? It's just someone who, you know, maybe you got to know or someone when you travel. There's someone when lands were conquered. They came with you and you took after you You looked after

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them, right? You took them in you looked after them and gave them a place to stay, and so on and so forth. So I've only been happy.

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He said, Abdullah bin Omar asked me which clan are you from? I said, from team of Tamim, so I'm from team from the tribe of Tamim. He said, one of them selves, or one of their Molas. Like, are you actually actually from them? So it's just like me today, right? And people come to me and many of your children, right, Mashallah. They say, Where are you from? So they go to school, and someone asked him where you from? Like, I'm from Toronto? No, but where are you from? From? Right? It happens all the time. Where are you from, from? From? You know, like me, Montreal. But where are you from? From from from Montreal? Like born and raised? I'm Canadian. Right? No, but where are you

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from? From from?

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Where there is no, from from from? Right. I'm from there. My parents, they're from someone else somewhere else. But me. I'm from Montreal. Like, I didn't come out somewhere else. I came out there. I'm from there. Right. So So Canada, what people mean is, are you actually like, born and bred there? Are you from that family? Are you from that tribe? Which is what's mentioned here? Are you from the tribe, not necessarily the country, right, or the city?

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And three says, Are you like, one of them? Are you from them like themselves, or one of their Molas? Like, were you just staying with them? And they were looking after you and you were helping them and assisting them in your work and so on. So I said, one of their Molas, so he wasn't from them as in he's not from from from right. And so he says,

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He replies to him, and he who replies to who now Abdullayev in order to replace him, and he says, Why didn't you say, I'm one of their Molas? Like, why didn't you just say, I'm one of the Molas of 10.

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Right, I'm not from from, but I'm from,

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if it makes sense, right. So here we see an example. Just give me a minute inside a lot of data. It shows us the importance of

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being honest in our relationship, right, being honest in our relationship, and not to exaggerate in order to look good. So sometimes you'll notice, right, someone will say, oh, have you met? So until person like, yeah, they're my cousin.

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Really? Like it happened once. You know, I was talking to someone. And I was saying, Yeah, you know, in Manchester, my uncle had a restaurant across the street. Junaid Jamshed he opened one of these stores right? I know you guys all know Junaid Jamshed so that's why I mentioned it. So he opened one of his stories he has like clothing stores, you guys know Junaid Jamshed? Right. Okay, so he opened one of his clothing. He has like a clothing line. So he opened one of his stores there across the street. And so I was like, yeah, you know, and the ironic thing was, as I was coming into the airport, I was standing in line and the priority immigration line, he was standing there. So I

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walked like, you know, as the line was going, I came close to him I gave him sent him. I don't know him. He doesn't know me, but I just gave him sent him anyways. Right? So I was like, it was ironic. He's like, Oh, he's my cousin. I'm like, he's your cousin. He's like, yeah, it goes to your Cousin Cousin or your cousin. Right? So, you know, he's like, Well, you know, no, we just, you know, we're related. Somehow, you know, he's my second cousins, friends, child or something like that, you know, very distant. And I was like, okay, so he's not your cousin. He's from the same city as you, your cousin. So somehow, this is the example that's being given here. Don't try to show as though you're

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from somewhere or you're related to someone that you aren't. Yes, you might be from somewhere. Like, I'm from Montreal, okay. I'm from Montreal. Right? But I'm not like, my lineage is not people who came from Montreal. Right. So in that sense, of course, it's different when we're talking about modern context. We're talking about countries, which are boundaries that are just set by men, as opposed to at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is talking about tribes. So people would produce their tribe and the city was people of that tribe. Right? So montrealers became montrealers. Where we now Okay, all right, so people in Oakville have children who are people from Oakville who

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have children or people from Oakville. But now we our population has grown so much, so no one really cares who's from where, like, you're from Oakville. I'm from Mississauga, who really cares? We don't care we just go to Tim Hortons. Anyways, that's the common denominator. So if anyone around the world asks us where you from, you say Tim Hortons

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so the point being Don't exaggerate right, don't show that you're from somewhere that you're not really from or you're not related to someone in order to look good as a part of another person's family or their relative or something of that sort. Okay, but then we see in the next, the next chapter 40. The molar of a people is one of them.

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So the molar of a group of

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People are the Klan the tribe.

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If he resides with them, he's considered to be from them. Meaning he lives with them he resides with them. He's not like a child or produce of that society. But he's still part of them which now is very similar to your boring someone who was born somewhere else somewhere else were you born here? No Where were you born?

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in Karachi Mashallah. He doesn't even say the country he says the city. So he's like, I'm from Karachi. Anyone mess with me? You know, Karachi, right? Dangerous over there. So you know, handle that. Now. He's Canadian. Canadian passport. handler

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is a Canadian.

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Easy Canadian.

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No, why not?

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He's from another country. So even though he has a Canadian passport, he's not Canadian.

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Confusing? Yes.

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She She would our children believe she would our children think Subhana Allah. Where's your father born?

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Is that your father over there? Where was where were you born?

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And I will pin the

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so is your father Canadian?

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Do you have a Canadian passport? Is your father Canadian? Why not?

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You don't know.

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Is are the two of these uncle's Canadian

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you just said no.

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They're Canadian citizens right so they're considered Canadian. Why? What makes them a Canadian citizen? They live here they reside here they have you know they have the same rights as everyone else they have a passport they can come and go as they like you're right What else?

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So they're not from from Canada.

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Okay, so they're from from Pakistan. Right?

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Mashallah, here you go. Right. Who else? You guys answered something, you get something anyways, right? Catch?

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Who else answered something that I just you?

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You need to learn where your father's from man? I would have been nice. Like they have good stuff there. Mashallah, yes?

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Okay, they have different lineages, different background, but they live here. So are they Canadian?

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half half.

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What about you? Where's your father?

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He's outside. Where's your father from? Does he have a Canadian passport? Is your Canadian? half half.

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Right. So you don't consider your father Canadian.

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You do but But what? along the stand she the society has spoiled the minds of these children are suddenly this is really bad children really, really bad. If your parents are here, and they have Canadian citizenship, they live here. They have all the rights as everyone else. They vote, they can go to the hospital and get treatment. They can drive they can eat, they can sleep here, they can buy houses, they can you know, do business. They're Canadian. Right? Don't let society teach you that because you're from somewhere else or your parents are from somewhere else. That they are not Canadian, and you're not Canadian. You are and they are okay. And they belong here. wherever they

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go. whatever country it is, wherever they traveled to and settle down. They belong there. Alright, so never get this out of your mind, please. Because the world wants you to think this way. They want you to think you don't belong here. You're Muslim, go somewhere else. Where are you going to go?

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If your father, if your father moves back to Pakistan, are you going to feel like you're Are you going to feel at home?

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Why not?

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Okay, but what if you live there for so many years? 20 years, and then you have a Pakistani passport. You have a car in Pakistan? You have a nice big house in Pakistan. You have a beautiful wife, you have three children.

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Do you consider yourself to be Pakistani? Why not?

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Because what

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you're also Canadian. Yeah, you can also be Canadian, but you can be Pakistani too, right.

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This is a we need to do a jamaa clip about this.

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We need to do a joma clip about the importance of parents education.

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getting their children and making them realize they are not second class citizens. Not the children are not second class citizens. The parents are not second class citizens. if you for example, you know, go to the go to the hospital, go to the store do any sort of but you can do it just like any other Canadian, right? Yes, Canadian halasz. Right. And so we are, we might have different skin tone. We might speak different languages. But so what? I speak Arabic, am I Arab? No, there's no Arab in me at all right? But I can speak a different language. I can speak French and my French born in Quebec, so I'm technically French in a way, right? Muslim Hello, we are human beings. That's what

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it comes down to. And this is the beautiful thing that I noticed when I was in the Philippines. You know, a lot of people talk about Philippines Oh, poor country. You know, people work so hard. They're all nurses in Medina, the women are all nurses in Saudi, not Medina alone in Saudi, or the Middle East. The men are all cleaners, right? The janitors and stuff like that. I when I was in the Philippines, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Catholic, even some Jewish that were there. human being,

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they treat each other as though you're a human being,

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regardless of the color, regardless of the height, regardless of the weight, regardless of the look, regardless of the clothing, regardless of the language, you're a human being. And that's what when anyone asks me, what's your favorite places, and you just enjoy it when you're there. For me, it was the Philippines. Even though the crime is so high, you can't go for a walk at night, you can't, you're not allowed to go out at night, right? Especially someone who's, you know, not from there, you'll be kidnapped. It's extremely dangerous. But I love to go there. Because you're treated like a human being. You're not treated like a Canadian, you're not treated like a Pakistani, you're not

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treated like a Portuguese, you're not treated like someone who came from abroad, you're treated just like every other person that's walking through the door of that company, or business or hotel or whatever it is. Right. And that's a beautiful model, to try and implement within our society, that we are all children of Adam out of his system, and how we all link back to the same two parents, every single human being on the face of this earth, regardless of their faith, regardless of their color, regardless of their background. We are all children of Adam and Howard. Right? We respect one another. We might not have the same belief.

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But the message of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was to take our belief and its principles to everyone regardless of their faith. So we don't bash them and talk bad about them and say negative things about them. No, we open our doors to them. We welcome them, we smile to them and we treat them nicely. So long as our Deen is not jeopardized. Right.

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And getting back to this the molar of a people is one of them. Right?

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He Farah even raffia Robbie Aloha and

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he said that the profit from the long run either you send them said to

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him the football may Allah be pleased with him about the long run. Gather your people, meaning the more hygiene. Gather the more hygiene for me.

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So I'm going to know for Bob he went and he gathered them all hygiene when they came to the door. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam almost came up to him and said, meaning he came to the Prophet a little longer either. usnm

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and he said, I have gathered my people for you. The unflawed heard that. And they said some revelation may have been sent down about the price, because he was gathering the mohabbatein. So the unsought they heard this the people of Medina, the Muslims who were originally from Medina, they're like, why is it that they're gathering? The Mahajan, those that made the Higgs or who are really about what ice right?

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So people came to see and hear what would be said to them. Meaning what would be said to them? Oh, hi Janine. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came out and stood among them. He said, Are there those among you who are not have you? Meaning are there anyone from the mohabbatein here that are not from the mohabbatein? Right?

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They replied, Yes, there are those among us with whom we have made treaties as well as sons of our sisters and our Molas meaning. We came here, we've lived here, we've gotten married, we had children. We have Molas, we have people who, you know, we took in and protected and take care of them and they cared and take care of us. Right. We also have people who are amongst us, who we made treaties with, who may not even be from amongst the Muslim mean, but we made a treaty with them. Right? And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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no, sorry.

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Yeah, so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, our ally is one of us. The person who you make that treaty with, they're one of you

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if they live with you,

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Right, if they live with you, you from from the same city from the same village from the same country. They're one of you.

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So someone who came from Pakistan who lives here, they're one of us. They're Canadian, right? And Islam teaches us that as well. The son of our sister is one of us. Our Mola is one of us, you who are listening, those who are listening the mohabbatein, as well as the unsought and those who were, you know, amongst them and not from amongst them. My friends among you are those with taqwa, those who are conscious of Allah subhanho wa Taala. If you are among them, then that is good. If not, be careful, because people will come on the Day of Judgment with actions while you come with burdens, and you are shunned. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is telling them, those who have been

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great, those who don't have Amen, be careful, because the people you live with the muslimeen, they will come on the Day of Judgment with their good deeds, what are you going to come with? Right? What are you going to come with? You want to be part of them, be part of them, not only in the society, but be part of them in their belief as well. Then he called and said, Oh, people,

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he raised his hands and put them on the heads of the crush. So he's now addressing the crush, old people, the kurush are the trustworthy people. So he's demonstrating he's not speaking to the police, she's demonstrating, pointing out the Christ.

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They're trustworthy people, whoever wishes for them. And the next one of the narrator's he says, He thinks he heard the word pitfall, right? Meaning like, destruction, right? whoever wishes bad upon them, Allah will overturn him. And he said this three times. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the same whoever wishes bad for the people of immigration, meaning those who are Muslim who had become Muslim, maybe because you think they're from somewhere else? Right, you're the unsought and you think these are more hygiene. They're from Makkah, they're the Christ. If you feel something bad about them, then there's destruction for you. consider them part of you. And this is a lesson

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for us in Islam. Whether you're a Muslim from here, or a Muslim from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Japan, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand,

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Ecuador, Chile, El Salvador, wherever it is on Earth, Jamaica, Trinidad, Ghana, any country on Earth, doesn't matter where you're from. At the end of the day, what matters is

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you are all the same. You're all the same. We're all the same.

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And that's what we're talking about. We all go back to Adam it his sentiment. Right? We're all the same in that sense. So we've seen a number of things come out of this, this Hadeeth What time is Asia?

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1020. Okay.

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A few points that will point down in childhood data. Firstly, the Prophet sallallahu either he was sometimes concerned for matters of the near relatives, meaning he was concerned about people who were related to one another. Number two, it is encouraged to gather the people for an important matters, such as to acquaint relatives with one another and encourage them to do good deeds. So when you're trying to encourage people, we gather them together, and we encourage them, we don't just go and do one by one that would take a lot longer. Right. So the profits a little longer, it was senemo gather the people and address all of them. And we see this happening today. Right? We do it we

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address all the people. Number three, the companions or the long run home are always eager to know what was revealed in order to act upon it. So we heard they were like, Oh, the more hygiene or getting together maybe something was revealed by Allah subhana wa tada or from a lot about them. So they wanted to hear what is it. Number four, our allies,

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sons of our sisters and our freed slaves are from amongst us, this refutes the practice among the Arabs during the J hadiah. And in other cultures, where the sons of their sisters are considered, are not considered as among, you know, the people because they consider the daughter herself,

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their sister as worthless, right, which was something from Jackie Leah, that women were a lesser sort of person or human in society. And we could see it up until the crusades, right yesterday, I was writing about

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a team Maria, who lived in the 1800s 18 and 1900s. Right. And she was from Egypt, an author. And at her time during You know, there was a massive oppression against women where they were only capable of selling those The only thing they could do, meaning the only thing they were allowed to do not the only thing they can they were capable of doing and she didn't want to do that. She didn't want to just so she wanted to write. She loved poetry. She wanted to read she wanted to learn languages. She wanted to travel the world. She wanted to be

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An author, she wanted to inspire people with her words. And so she went and she did that. Right, breaking the stereotype that women, even up until recently, just 100 years ago, 120 years ago, were considered to be lesser class in society. And the next thing that will take the next point, which is number six mentioned out here, everyone should hasten towards good deeds and not depend on family ties, so rush towards good deeds. Don't just wait on family ties. Don't just be like, Okay, this person, oh, okay, our son became a chef, now we're going to do good things, rush towards good deeds, you don't need someone who has a relative who's good, doing good. So you can do good. And you can

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share that with them go and do good, right? It doesn't matter if they're a relative or not. So we conclude that 100 illa, Allah subhanho wa Taala, bless us, we've concluded this part of

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the book and we'll stop here in sha Allah until after Ramadan, during the month of Ramadan, we will be

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here during the month of Ramadan, we will I'll be doing a two car crash every single day here every single day. Okay, from about one hour before, if thought until it's fine. Okay, so we'll go through, obviously, we can't go through the whole gist of what we're going to recite, to drink, how are we that night, but we will cover points and some, maybe some stories or lessons that are relevant and needed to be discussed, from the jaws of the Quran that we will recite that night, right? So we'll be doing that every single day during the month of Ramadan. From the first day, from the day that we didn't fast meaning the day that Ramadan starts at night, or we start from that day, we will start

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Alright, which I believe is the 17th.

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No, so we'll start on the 17th I believe it is our 50th class, we're not fashioning on the 17th, right, based on the moon sighting and calculations and so on, but we're going to start to see it on the 17th Okay, so we just set a date, so it's easier to announce than to understand so on the 17th inshallah tada will begin to see it every single day we'll do one just every single day. And inshallah Dad, I encourage each and every one of us to take part in it, bring your families, bring your relatives, your friends, and so on. We will have a thought over here in the masjid as well. So you can come we'll do this together. And so a lot of Tana mogilev is fairly late. So those who come

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from work, you have some time to take a bite Lula odd time of the day, but take a nap in sha Allah to Allah and then come to the masjid. I know it's going to be difficult. But honestly, when they asked me to do this, at first I said, No, this is going to be too difficult for me like I have to speak for a whole hour and peach for an hour at the most critical hour of the day after fasting, you know, 1617 hours, but some kind of I thought at the end, you know, the reward is immense and great. It's the month of Ramadan. It's the last, the last hour of fasting When the angels is a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, are asking for your forgiveness throughout the day when you're

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fasting. And this is the last portion of the day. So imagine the last hour that you're fasting that the angels are asking Allah subhana wa tada for forgiveness for you for, for me, for each and every one of us. We're also sitting in the masjid and we're learning the Quran together. And that's an amazing reward during the month of Ramadan. Right? So I jumped on the opportunity in sha Allah. And so we'll do that together in sha Allah, Allah, I will not be here. For the next couple of weeks, I returned on the 15th

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from a long, long trip in sha Allah.

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And I'm moving tomorrow. So if I'm extremely tired right now, please forgive me. My house is upside down. And those of you that have muscles and want to join me tomorrow, please come

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back. I'm located on Shalom Shalom alberic and anabaena. Mohammed ohana. Allah yourself for yourself.

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I think we have a few minutes if anyone has any questions before the event.

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Yeah, so any questions?

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You want chocolate Hamza?

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And

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Russia. He's like, I'm not gonna catch it. Catch. We go.

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There we go. Yes. Your chocolate.

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Sure.

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Yes.

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Right, fine. If I can't answer it, I won't answer this one.

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Okay,

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so the brothers asking question with regards to hair, the rulings regarding dyeing hair, right like changing the color of it.

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I didn't read the headings that you're that you're speaking about specifically. But with regards to dyeing hair, we are as Muslims allowed to dye our hair. Firstly with things that are natural, like, hen, or

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what's the other word for it? mendy. Right, Mandy, use it put in your hair. So you can dye your hair with that it's natural, and it's fine. What's not permitted though, is to dye your hair black, like black like your dopey black, right? Like jet black, like black, black, not dark brown, dark browns, okay, a different colors, okay, but not black. At the same time, we shouldn't have hairstyles, whether it's in terms of the dyeing, the color of it, or the the shape, the design, the cuts, the way it's trimmed, it should not resemble the haircuts or hairstyles of the other religions. So for example, the monks, the Christian monks, right, it looks like they have a bowl on their head,

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the way that they would cut their hair and still up until today, many very staunch,

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you know, monks, they will cut their hair, like it's shaving on the sides. And then hair on the top, we see a lot of our youth doing that today as well. Right, which is important. If not,

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if not hold on, it's extremely disliked. Right. And it should be avoided. Because you're imitating another type of people in terms of belief, right, you're imitating a different religion. So that should be avoided. Also, for example, if you have long sideburns, not beard, sideburns coming down, like the Jewish, right, if you go to Montreal, you see it all the time, they have the long, because a lot of rabbis in Montreal, long curls coming down, that's not permissible as well. So anything that resembles the other, the haircuts or styles of other religions is not permissible. In that sense, in terms of dyeing hair color as well going back to it, Black is not allowed. But you should

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also stay away from

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odd colors like lime green, or fluorescent pink, you know, these colors somehow it's not natural. So Islam has an essence of nature in it, right? Like you can dye your hair with things that are natural as well. Chemicals now, okay, the scholar say, all right, as long as the colors are permissible, but it is better to use things that are natural. Why? Because it will not harm the body and every single aspect of our body we're supposed to take care of.

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Okay, why not dyeing your hair black, black is extreme black, like Jet Black is what we call it is considered to be

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the pinnacle of beauty.

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Right? And that doesn't exist on Earth. It will engender you will get that in gender, but you will not get it here. Just like you will get gold to wear for men if you want and done that no problem, but you won't get it here you will get silk to wear agenda for men if you want but not here. Right? So there are things that Allah Subhana Allah has forbidden us to do simply because it is not for us in this dunya right. And Jet Black is like beautiful like people see someone with black hair for last panel entirely gifted them with it that it's so black and shiny, great. But you don't see many human beings like that. It's usually a shade of brown, dark brown, something of that sort. Right?

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Except for maybe Chinese Mashallah, they have that, you know, black glossy over there?

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Is what the same reason?

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Okay, silk there has there's different reasons why you shouldn't wear it. First of all, we don't wear it because we're told that we don't wear it. Right. And that it will be clothing of the people have done that. So we will get silk in general, right? Secondly, silk is a type of material that makes a person feel very feminine.

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Right? You notice that women when they were Ooh, it's smooth, it's glossy, it's soft and everything right? Those are characteristics of women. What's a characteristic of a men? rough? Tough, right. scruffy looking, right? And so we don't wear things that are specifically for the opposite gender that makes a person feel as well, that oh, you know, it's bringing out the feminine side in me.

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And we noticed that this contributes, that contributes to a huge shift in society, a massive, massive shift in society. I lived in Southeast Asia for four years. I've seen it firsthand how wearing things that you shouldn't wear because they're specific for the opposite gender.

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makes a person feel that they a man wears things that women that are specific to women, he eventually starts to lighten up in terms of his manhood and starts to become a little more feminine. And we see it some kind of law in so many people in different countries around the world that this is not there's children here, but if I could be honest with you guys, is a lie. I tell you the things that I see around the world and you probably go home shocked, right? So it does bring out a negative aspect of human beings, right? In the sense that it doesn't make you a bad person, like you're gonna become a sinner. But it's not for men to wear. Right?

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Anyone else? Yes?

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No, it means so it means that they're from us, as in they are from the people residing together. We're all from Medina.

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So remembering the first example I gave was the molar in terms of his

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his lineage to the people. The second example is the molar in terms of their not lineage, their

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their origin of the land the place. Right. So that's the two the two different examples that we gave.

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Question.

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Tell them that's their opinion.

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If they're entitled to an opinion, I'm entitled to an opinion, right? My opinion is divine. It comes from Allah subhanho wa, taala. It's not my opinion. It's just what I follow.

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How would I

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I wouldn't refute it. I don't like refuting things. I just say, look, this is the viewpoint that I have. And this is, and I and I see it, I've seen it. I've witnessed it. Right. And there's obviously some hikma some wisdom in the Divine Decree of Allah subhanho. wa Taala. So I submit to it. to flick we all submit to it right? At the same time, if someone says, oh, but that's like, you know, segregating genders, fine. If that's your opinion, that's fine. I'm not gonna argue with you. Right. And at the same time, people like that, because they break these barriers between genders. It creates other problems. Like you go to the bathroom as a man and there's a woman standing next to

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you in the same bathroom and you feel like what is this? Right, you don't feel comfortable, right? So you can tell them as well. Look at what you've done. You've made us feel uncomfortable, just like you claim that we're making you feel uncomfortable, right? So if we follow one set of rules, the rules that come from Allah Subhana horchata, everything will fall into place. Because it's divine. It's not from our brains. Right? Whatever comes from our brain might sound good now that have consequences later on.

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Any other question? Last question? One more? Yes?

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Can your best friend be a molar? Like a molana? Or molar? Right?

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Yeah, your best friend could be moda. There's nothing wrong with that.

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There's nothing absolutely nothing wrong with that. Right?

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Because they're your friend in the sense that you take care of them, they take care of you, you protect them, they protect you, you honor their their rights, they honor your rights. Right? Even if this person is not a Muslim,

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and they're your friend in the sense of friend, but they're not your friend. You know, to the extent that you will, shed, I don't want to say that children but in the sense that you will sacrifice from your deen for that person. That's where you will draw the line. If they're not Muslim. You'll say you know, you know what, listen, you're asking me to come and do something. That's how long I can do that. Yes, I respect you. You're my friend. You've always been there for me and everything. But here's where I draw the line. Right.

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There's a common law plain and simple. I'll send them over American and avina Mohammed right out of here.