Can I Say Jesus When I am Surprised Like Non Muslims?

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Shaykh Waleed Basyouni

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The person who asked me this question saying that is often hear a lot of Muslims saying, Jesus in the middle of conversation the same way non Muslim would say, when, when they are surprised by something so Jesus Gee, what's the ruling of this? Is this considered swearing by other than a law? Is this a shirk or allowed? What is the ruling in regard to

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hamdu Lillah wa salatu salam ala

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you know, saying in the middle of conversation because you surprise Jesus Jesus Christ or anything of these words, is something that the Muslim should avoid and not because then suddenly it's a swearing by other than a law because this is very similar to what's the people and the early time of Islam the use of a moral law or what maybe it sounds like maybe a swearing by or make an oath by law but it's not it's it's it's an expression you know, of all my god like wow, you know, it just an expression is doesn't really mean literally, I pray to Jesus or Jesus helped me easily when people say that in Western culture, or at least in in American culture here, it doesn't really means that

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you praying to Jesus, it just, you know, it's a price, but this part of the culture of non Muslims, which is influenced by their belief in Jesus, so it has a religious connotation route to it. And I don't think we need to go to the route of saying it is praying to other than the last wedding by other than a law or making an offer other than last month, I was named, to say, you should not do it, we should not do it. Because we're Muslims, we should not be doing that we should not be imitating, especially when it comes to issue has to do with religion. to people of other faiths, we have to allow our faith and our Deen teachers to say sapan a la la la la la la la, la la, la, la, la

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la la, la, or things of that words, I think we should not say that I don't believe it's allowed to say that. Because also if we say that generations can come later on and think that that means maybe the culture now doesn't mean praying or or

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swearing by Jesus but next generation might think that way. So what we call this imagine, though, hey, we should protect the to hate and we should close the door that can lead to the shirk or any form of shirk in the future. By closing that door. We don't pray because Jesus is known to be someone that they pray to as God and we should close the door so children or young generation come later on. Don't think of Jesus as someone that you pray to, or you mentioned his names over things as we do when we make an oath with by mentioning our last panel with God, and almost like Allah knows best. Subscribe to this channel, share this video and click on the bell icon so that you can

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