Da’wah Diagnostics – Episode 5
Channel: Daood Butt
Series: Daood Butt - Dawah Diagnostics
File Size: 2.62MB
This episode explains the first condition of hisbah extensively and defines the term, “Al Mohtasib”. In addition, it also lays out the conditions to hisbah and dawah and the etiquette to do it in a precise manner for the benefit of ummah and rest of the world at large.
Selam Aleykum Rahmatullahi wa barakato brothers and sisters, welcome back to the next episode of the triple D series. Okay, so today we have the first part of the four part series that we're going to be discussing. And we're talking about an untested, who is unmarked acid. Well unmarked acid is the preventer or the promoter, one that prevents evils and promotes goodness, how can we tie this in, in the automotive field? Let's say the mechanic Or even better, since you don't want to be called grease monkeys will call ourselves technicians since we live in a technologically advanced society. Okay, so the first part that we are going to discuss are the conditions for this technician, the
conditions for somebody who wants to do Darrow who wants to do Hesburgh wants to spread good and forbid evil. So the first condition is that you must be mature, and you must be seen. The second thing is a Muslim, you need to be a Muslim, why do you need to be Muslim while they're a non Muslim technicians out there, but as we discussed previously, in order to benefit from the rewards of your good actions, you need to be a Muslim, because in the Hereafter, if you're not a Muslim, all the good actions that you do, if you're not a believer in a loss pattern with Allah, then these actions will be useless on the Day of Judgment. And so the next point, the third point is having permission.
Now, when we talk about hisbah, having permission in Muslim countries is a really big issue.
For some people, just walking the streets and telling others what to do, may not be such a great thing to do. But if you associate yourselves with the certain organizations that are out there, for example, in certain Muslim countries, we have organizations that encourage people to do good. Associate yourselves with those organizations, that's fine. Having permission as a technician, why would you bring your car to somebody who doesn't have the right qualifications to fix your car, for example, you bring your car to a corner store garage, this guy doesn't have papers, or doesn't even have the proper qualifications to be a mechanic, so he doesn't even know what he's doing with your
car. The next point, the fourth point is to have good character. You know, when you're trying to sell somebody, your services, they come to garage, you welcome them, you give them a cup of tea, give him some coffee, or something like that. You want to treat them good. So having good character and data is very important. When you meet somebody, you don't want to come up to him and be like,
what are you doing? This is wrong? No, you want to greet them with a nice, you know, smile on your face, and come up to them nicely. Ask them how their day is going, just have good character in general, that will buy over their hearts and shout Allahu taala. The fifth point is knowledge. You don't want to go out there and talk to people about doing good without having knowledge, they're going to look at you and say, Why are you coming to me, you don't know anything in the first place. Similarly, if you bring your car to somebody to be repaired, and they don't have knowledge of your vehicle, they're gonna say, well, shouldn't there be six wheels on this car because then there's
better stability on the road. They don't know anything about cars. Alright. And the last point that we're going to mention is capability, capable of getting down capable of speaking to others, building this courage building this self esteem that you can go out there and talk to people greet them nicely, and just, you know, spread goodness amongst the Ummah, amongst other people in society being capable as a mechanic, well, you need to be capable, you need to have the right tools, you need to be capable to find the problem, you need to be able to diagnose the problem. So all of these conditions need to be found in the market. So we move on to the second part, which is the
etiquettes. Okay, so we're going to be talking about the etiquettes of being a diary or being tested. Now we're not going to mention all of them, but a few etiquettes that we're going to discuss are, for example, sincerity, sincerity in what you're doing, having the right intention, being sincere to Allah subhanho wa Taala whatever you do, you do it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And you don't do it to get any other benefits out of it. The second etiquette is patience, having patience with people, you know, you're gonna see a lot of strange things out there, you're gonna be walking around, you'll see Muslims doing things that they're not supposed to be doing.
You'll see non Muslims were a friend of your friends of yours, for example, and you want to help them but you just can't because you don't have the patience to deal with the nonsense that they're doing. So building this patience inside of you, being able to understand people and the third condition, understanding, understanding the people, having a soft heart, being open minded, and you know, having the capability of opening one's heart to Allah subhanho wa Taala understand them, listen to them, talk to them, and
Just one good for them in sha Allah Allah to Allah, you will be from the greatest of those who spread this Deen in sha Allah tada which has come along hydroset mRNA Kumara La Habra cattle