Da’wah Diagnostics – Episode 6

Daood Butt


Channel: Daood Butt


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This episode explains the second condition of hisbah, which would include correcting the person who commits some sort of act that may be evil or done in a not-so-good fashion. It also lists different people who would possibly fall in this category and the rectification methods to overcome evil.

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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh brothers and sisters, welcome to this episode of the triple D series where we will be discussing the second part of history. The second part of Facebook, we spoke previously about the mortise IV and now we are going to discuss the artists in LA, which is in English, the reckless driver, or according to the diagnostic terminologies, the reckless driver, have you ever been driving your car, and this guy just cuts in front of us swerves across the lane, and, you know, maybe slams on his brakes or does a whole bunch of nonsense, and you just get really steamed up inside and you want to just go after him and like maybe cut him off or something like

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that? Well, this is what we're talking about today. Today, we're talking about the person who commits some sort of act, that may be an evil act, maybe an act that was done in, you know, a not so good fashion. But the point is, it was something that needs to be corrected. So we're talking about the person who needs to be corrected, the reckless driver. And you as the technician, you as the one who's going to diagnose a problem with somebody's car, you need to stop this person, you need to fix them, you need to find them and do it in the best manner that you could possibly conduct. Now, what we're going to discuss our four types of people who are considered reckless drivers, four types of

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people. And the first person that we're going to discuss or the first type of person that we're going to discuss is the relative or somebody who is close to you, a friend, or a family member.

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This person needs to be corrected in the best manner, in a fashion that you cannot use on anybody else. You can use it on somebody else. But you must take the utmost caution when you're discussing issues with family members because it can just create problems for you in the future. Also, you must keep in mind that when you are a child, trying to correct a parent, whether your mother or your father, this is where you have to be really, really careful. You can't use harsh language with them, you must do it in the most gentle, the most kind fashion. And this type of Hesburgh, this type of enjoining. Good and forbidding evil is a type of naseeha you're giving advice to your parents,

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you're giving them the best advice that you could possibly give to anybody. And in the best fashion and in the most gentle way. And that is how you deal with parents. When you're talking to relatives, you don't want to create an issue or a problem that is going to last forever, you want to just fix the problem and move on with life and live together happily inshallah tada as opposed to correcting somebody else's mistake that you may never see this person again. So you can be a different way you can act a certain way and know that this person is not going to hold a grudge against you. Whereas a relative may hold something against you later on in time.

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That is the first person or the first type of person. The second type is the non Muslim. When dealing with non Muslims, you have to use a specific method. The method of speech needs to be specific to a non Muslim, the things that you say have to be specific to a non Muslim. Don't forget, you don't come to a non Muslim and preach to them about praying so that they don't know what's on that is for example, they don't know why we fast as Muslims, they don't know why we do so many things to them. They don't have to do these things, these actions. So why are you preaching that to them, you want to preach them? The nicest manners want to preach to them about Allah subhana wa tada

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about the manners of the prophets and a lot more it will send them you want to talk to them and encourage them to do good and to leave off the evils of they're already committed. That is the non Muslim. The third type is the leader, whether it is the leader of your country, or the leader of your community, for example, an Imam, you must talk to them and give them advice so that the situation is that you as an oma as a nation as a community. As people in a country you can live peacefully and harmoniously together in a long time. So discussing and correcting issues that have to deal with leaders or imams. This is something which is permitted in Islam as well. And the fourth

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type of person that we're going to discuss is the worker, somebody who works whether an employee or the boss, the owner of a company, if they are doing something wrong in their business, for example, they're using insurance.

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Troops or they're treating their customers harshly, or there's injustice in some way cheating for example, not giving the correct change when you pay for something, whatever the case may be, you must correct their problems, their mistakes in the best manner that you possibly can remember, you are the technician, you are the one that knows all of these things. You are the one that knows how to fix a problem and we're going to get to that and the last part inshallah dealing with problems and how to fix them how to not only diagnose a problem, but to correct it. So when you are the technician, you are the one that helps others you recognize a problem and you go out there and you

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help them which is a little higher on my set mid volume on our counter.