Hacene Chebbani – The Treasures of Duaa #01

Hacene Chebbani
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hamdulillah Amina Salatu Santa Marta ashrafi musang signum hamadryad he was Sati hv

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so our program tonight he shall light will be about canoes to have the charges of and we call this program the treasures of Torah. Because of this statement a statement used by Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in this hadith. So this hadith is is a famous Hadith

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to not see how that was given to the Sahaba and to shed dead O's or the Allahu anhu narrated this door

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who narrated this to our soldiers I seldom used to teach us how to be alone how to communicate with Allah subhanho wa Taala because we need to learn how to communicate with Allah subhanho wa Taala people nowadays learn how to communicate with people in positions of leadership, with principals with ministers with members of parliament with Prime Ministers, so we know Slim's we learn in the Quran, and the Sunnah of our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam The best way to communicate with Allah subhanho wa Taala we want to ask for his favors for his mercy for his forgiveness.

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This is long but I mean it's possible to memorize it should there be no O's was a Sahabi we'll talk about him today inshallah we will talk about his biography

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Milan SAR of the Allahu anhu said that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to me or shed their house if you see the people amassing golden silver either at the NASA adek tennis Zoo they have a one football

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fact in his head he can he met over can his hair he can emit

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which means maintain this word, memorize them, use them recite them, reuse them in your door use them What do you want to communicate with Allah to add or ask for is MERS

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have to be data Dora Allah in the Luca Thurber to fill our so he said he told him when you see people collecting golden silver, try to collect the benefits of these the benefits of these applications and then he told him about this to Allah humaneness Luca theoretical amor rockmore

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twint Kalam Allah yo Michelle will azima Allah rushed was Luca Mooji Battier. ametek rockenfeller whereas emammal ferritic Raka marva where her SNA our shukran aromatic was Luca shukran aromatic we're hosting our event at CARICOM Sita was Luca Calvin Solomon, what he said and saw there was alchemy in Haiti Matalan we're also becoming Sherry metallic, Western Pharaoh Kalamata Adam in Mecca, enter and elgu

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Ronnie and nissay Ahmed cathedra and roadmap Alberni Rahmatullah Alif v dental mo fo Badinter Raja, aka chef, another Hadith Sahih Hadith. So Allah in the Luca afebrile Artefill amor it means Oh Allah, I asked you for firmness upon the deen This is number one or this is the first part of this draft. Well, as a matter Allah rushed and determination in practicing of the dean and goodness or to grant me resolve to adhere to the path of guidance.

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So the power of adhering to the path of guidance, whereas Aluko Mooji Battier ametek this is we said number three, I asked you for that which obligates Your mercy so enable me to do everything that might obligate Your mercy or bring mercy or mercy in my life. When I say in my mouth erratic and resolutions of your forgiveness, you know resolution when you have when you make a firm decision. And you have a plan. Usually people talk about resolutions in the beginning of the year, every new year, you hear people talking about resolutions new plans for the new year. So here are some muscling beseeching us to make those resolutions that will bring the forgiveness of Allah subhanho

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wa Taala in our life or the cause our sins to be forgiven. Whereas Luca shukran aromatic I asked you for the capacity or ability to be grateful for your blessings. We have blessings in our life. Everyone has blessings and hamdulillah and he could be good health could be good children could be good family. Could be education could be money, it could be everything. Islam is the first and the most important of Allah's blessings, the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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After the fact that you are guided to the deen philos panna cotta you know how to read Quran you know how to read, the sooner you have access to this knowledge. It's a it's a great blessing from Allah subhana wa Reddick and to worship you in the most beautiful manner. Whereas no Koppelman, Solomon, I asked you for a pure or a sound heart and a truthful tank, truthfulness in speech was an outcome in Haiti. Matalan. This is a very general statement here, they asked you for all goodness that you know of, and this is very comprehensive, and I seek refuge where although becoming sheremeta Allah, I seek refuge in You from all evil that you know of. And then what at the end, he

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said, we're a selfie ruca limita alum, I see forgiveness from all that, you know, and all the sins that they have done, maybe I'm not aware of, maybe they are hidden sins, maybe they're, you know, things that I didn't pay attention to I didn't pay attention that they were mistakes that they were since forms of disobedience, but you know about them, and I'm not aware of them. So forgive. I asked you for to forgive these this kind of sense and everything that you know about in Mecca Anta alemu, it is you indeed who are the who is the Knower of the unseen. So as you can see here, this application, as I said is very comprehensive.

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It included firmness in the deen strength is strength of determination,

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the mercy of Allah subhanaw taala and his forgiveness, the ability to be grateful to Allah subhanho wa Taala and doing so, in a better we need to talk about also the concept of sn in this da and the purity of our hearts and truthfulness of speech and also at all types of goodness. The second thing

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you know what is important I'm talking about here the what makes these two are very important is that the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that the benefits of these are the benefits of this Torah are better than the collection of golden silver.

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for one simple reason,

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for one simple reason, whatever you collect in this life, you will leave it behind.

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You are not going to take it with you to the grave whatever you collect, whether you are a millionaire, we have a couple of 1000s in your account, whatever you have, you will leave it behind what we will take what you will take with you the benefits of these applications of this Dora your good deeds.

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You know you're about the rewards of Lionel Sania.

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The third reason that we need to talk about these two and similar to us that there are many memes in pollut in windy recite the collodion tarawih prayers, many emails use these kinds of drugs. And there are many Muslims who keep saying I mean without knowing the meanings of these.

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So it is important to know it's nice to know the meanings of these two are in one version of this Rasul Allah says lm Asha dead Oh, she said that also Mr. Selim used to recite this dry in his salad. And he meant after they showed before seller

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he meant that he used to recite it after the shareholder before seller in a different version. He told some young people shed their house or the Allahu anhu he was a senior so heavy I mean the area for sure him he lived in the area for Sherm at the end of his life and he passed away they will talk about his his life. Carl, in one version of these two candidates who was SLM your alumina had do a safari whatever. He said he used a solicitor sillim used to teach us this too. I was traveling and while at home, so which means he used to teach us this all the time. Now who was shut dead when he was dead? I was even a fair bit

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from the tribe of Lazarus, you know, there are there were two famous tribes in the city of Medina and an Irish so he was from the tribe and has ranged from an answer from the family of Bruna Shar. And when he was young, they were the paternal, the maternal, sorry maternal uncles of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It doesn't mean that his mother was from Medina, his mother. I mean I've been to Webb was from Makkah, but who was from Medina. He was his great grandmother, the wife of his great grandfather, Hashem. Hashem was the father of Abdul muttalib his immediate grandfather, so he his immediate grandfather, Abdul muttalib was

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not born in Makkah. He was born in Medina. And his mother was Selma from Baton Rouge. Hashem used to travel used to do business go to the area of Sham he used to go to El Medina, the great grandfather to Yemen. And he was the great grandfather of Rasul Allah. So one time in the year round 404 197 in the Gregorian calendar, he decided to go and do some some business in the area of a chef, he passed away in Medina. He stayed there for a while, got married with a lady from Barona char, and her name was Selma. And then he stayed for a while with her, they decided to go to the area of a shaman, those who do some business again, but he died in Gaza, in the area of Gaza, in 98, and 497. That is

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Hashem the great grandfather of Rasulullah XSL and his wife was Selma. She was pregnant after he left to the area of huzar or polystyrene again, and she she gave birth to Abu Talib, who was the immediate grandfather of Rasulullah. Sasson. She named him shaver when he was young. When he was born, she named him shaver because he got some white hair in his in his hair, and he on his in his head, and then

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his uncle, the brother of his father, Hashem, his uncle, Luke polyp came to the city of Medina and convinced his mother to allow him to go back to Makkah and to grow. So he spent his the rest of his life in Makkah. This is what happened. He went with his uncle, and he grew up in Makkah, and he became one of the leaders of the city of Makkah. That is the he was the grandfather, the immediate grandfather of Rasulullah sallallahu. Awesome. So that's why we say Ben Masha, you were the maternal ankles of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, she

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was the also the nephew of her sanabria fabric, the poet to fall Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So her son bill Savage, and his father else, both of them were the children of habit.

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Cordoba have an assignment or whether an assignment was one of the famous Sahabi from an answer. He said, Can I shed dead men, women OTL Elmo well hidden. He said sure, Dad was one of those who are given knowledge and forbearance or self control. He was highly respected in his community, and his father elsif musavat was another senior Sahabi or the Allahu anhu. He attended the the second pledge of Aqaba. The answer when they accepted Islam. They did not invite us unless I see them right away to Almudena. First of all, the first pledge of Aqaba a small number small number of hobbies from inside Metro Sula, Salem, secretly during the season of hash, you know, the hash, it was something

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that they inherited from Ibrahim and he said, so has existed than ever existed before a solar system before it became profit. So something that we learned from Ibrahim alayhis salam, and is married, but with the use to mix it with shirk, he used to worship idols at the time of Hajj, and so on and so forth. And these have his group of them smaller groups than metals unless I sell them secretly, in the first year, which are the during the first pledge of lacava. And then the second year, the number grew to around 7373, and two women came to me as soon as I sell them secretly, to offer their pledge of allegiance. So that is called the second pledge of laka, before he moved to El Medina,

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before he moved to El Medina, so I also know sabots are the Allahu anhu, who was the father of shuddha, he attended the second pledge of Aqaba. And he witnessed the Battle of butter with Rasulullah Salem, and he was martyred in the Battle of a herd, when as soon as he moved to the city of Medina, shed dad also was young was around maybe he was 15 or 16 years old. So he was young. He was playing he had plenty of time he spent time with azula SLM, and he learned from the soulless, SLM, and he narrated many a hadith from Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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One day sure dad was sitting with a pseudo Lai sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and Rasul Allah noticed that he was kind of depressed, he was distressed. He was suffering from some depression. So he said Malik, he said that as soon as I saw him said Malik, he said that, so should they call that via dunya aircel. Allah Subhana Allah says lm Lisa Anika setosa who in the share Mr. tufa will be to remember this he saved the water cooler and what I mean by deca inmitten Fie him. So he said OSHA dead versus the matter. What's the problem? What's wrong with you?

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So she dead said O Messenger of Allah was sitting with the Messenger of Allah but he was not feeling well. So he said, O Messenger of Allah, the word seems gloomy to me, and then the prophets and allow me to send him consoled him by giving him some glad tidings. He said, Do not feel distress, the land of a sham will be conquered. And this is of course, a miracle. Because it was not conquered at that time at the time for Salah Setsuna masala is talking about the future. This is a sign that as soon as I say Lem is or this is a proof that he was a true messenger of God.

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Even though there are some problems with this Hadith, I'll let you know about it. But this is something confirmed or Salah Salem told us before, in many authentic hadith, what will happen in the area of a sham, in the area of Horus and in the area of Yemen, all these countries that were conquered after his death, he told us that they will be conquered they will become, they will come under the rule of Muslims. And he said, told him Jerusalem will be conquered. And you will be you and some of your descendants will be granted positions of leadership among the local people, this Hadees was collected by Ronnie and some other

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said it's weak.

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This heavy could be technically could be weak, but the meaning the meaning is true. The meaning of this hadith is true. Jerusalem came under the rule of Muslims five years after the death of Oh prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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himself he went to Jerusalem and he received the keys of the city

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and the whole area of a sham was conquered, and shed dead when he was appointed by oma hottub as a governor or a ruler of the city of hems.

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And then after that, he moved to city of Jerusalem beighton mark this, and he spent the rest of his life there, but he was a teacher and an E ma'am. And most of the scholars have a tablet in from that area learned from shadab house and rubber duck masam it also moved to the area of beta and MACD. So the area of Shama the time so he was, he was guaranteed this position of leadership from a political perspective, he was the ruler of the city of hems, and he was also a teacher in the area of bait and muck this until he passed away or the law I know, in the year 58, after the hegira of Rasulullah, sallallahu alayhi wasallam at the age of 75. He was 75 years old, 7475 years old when he passed

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away, or the alone, and he's the one or one of those who is Hobbes, who narrated the famous Hadith about the master supplication of seeking forgiveness say this the fall, and actually his version was collected by a mammal Bahari, his own version showed that it was the one that was collected while mammal ohare a very authentic version of this hadith say the Lucifer and many people are having to live familiar with this with this hadith but he narrated many a hadith now talking about the first part of this hadith here one Allahumma inni Luca, Roberta Phil amor, Oh Allah I asked you for firmness upon the religion, which means you know the strength of perseverance in obedience, to

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continue to obey Allah subhanho wa Taala on a regular basis observing the rules of Sharia observing the rules of halal and haram, doing what is halal staying away from what is haram on a regular basis. Despite difficulty, despite obstacles, despite discouragement, this is the third people are mocking you people don't like your hijab making fun of your hijab sisters. They don't like your beard, they don't like the fact that you are not willing to buy a house through mortgage.

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Your your cousin's, you know is that I mean what's wrong with you? Everyone is doing it in this society. Everyone is taking loans from the bank to establish their business. What's wrong with you? That you continue obeying Allah subhana wa Tada. Despite this discouragement, you know, from your family members and friends and the environment, the environment is not very friendly. You continue coming to the mercy obeying Allah subhanho wa Taala getting closer to Allah subhanaw taala This is a sorbet This is firmness on the deen because your purpose is clear.

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You know is to earn the pleasure of Allah subhanho wa Taala your ultimate purpose is to go to Jenna. You know exactly what you want. You have established or organize your priorities. And you know that the most important among them is to please Allah subhana wa tada and be among the successful people on the day of judgment and we need

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firmus here one because we want to have original hot enough when we pass away the good ending because people people in this life and their life in two ways some people are blessed with good ending. Some people miss Allah Salamone. afia might suffer from what is called bad ending soon hurt him.

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And we know stories I personally know many stories I cannot talk about them because they are very painful of young people who started their life. You know, the the we're practicing the dean for last panel to Allah when they're young and they were attending halaqaat some of them even made Hajj and Umrah and they were teaching the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala but at certain point in their life, lost everything, they lost everything and we changed the change and they started doing things that are not pleasing to Allah subhana wa. So every Muslim should be you know, worried about losing this firmness of the deen upon the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala is not easy and you cannot do it by

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yourself. You do it with the help of Allah subhanho wa Taala and there are many reasons are many means as bearable. man he was saying it's about Allah. Allah Genie let's pan over to Anna. There are many ruana who have discussed this subject. Many will say elisabete and adeem. What are the main means of attaining these firmness upon the dean or stir standing firm in Islam, there are things that we need to do, then we need to pay attention to be the light and we have some proofs from the Quran. Allah Subhana Allah told us about few things that if we do them, then we will be we will attain these firmness be the light on number one the rule in the mentioned turning towards the

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Embracing the message of the Quran or be familiar with the message of the Quran. Study the Quran, spend time with the Quran, understand what almost cannot Allah wants you to do in this life through the message of the Quran. Because it is the most it is the most I think this is what we believe the most important source of guidance in our life as Muslims Yeah, the Book of Allah subhanaw taala is a major source of guidance. And he's citing this book here when the book of Allah panel data and understanding his message is the most important way of standing firm upon the deen Allah subhanho wa Taala gave us this knowledge he told us about

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some ways he kept the the heart he made the heart to fossilize SLM firm on the dean, talking about the Messenger of Allah. And of course we follow his path. We follow the steps, you follow His guidance and he salatu salam, O Allah subhanaw taala declared in the Quran that the reason why the Quran was revealed in stages was to help the Prophet sallallaahu Selim to stand firm in the deen because if it was revealed to him at once, any in one book, it will not be very helpful. If something happens he's a human beings something happens you will be looking into different sources and different chapters which guidance he needs for that specific problem to deal with that specific

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problem person during 23 years. Whenever something happens whenever the roofer says something or they throw a doubt oh they say oh the the accuser from Lhasa cinema something or anything, any difficulty any problem he would face any solid to solid, the guidance would come from Allah subhana wa tada and it will be an instruction to a full Lysa Selim telling him what to do about that specific problem. And the Sahaba will learn from that story and it will stay in their mind they will never forget it because it is related to an event. It is related to an incident in their life. And then we study this is it but we don't understand because we don't understand the Sierra very well.

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So we know that if you study the Sierra very well you study the Sierra a study the life of Rasul Allah says in them in general and you try to make a connection between the Quran you found that there is a very strong relationship between many verses of the Quran and between the life of our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam and the life of the Sahaba or the alarm

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and that's why he sought for an Allah subhanaw taala is refuting this call for MacAllan Levine lo lanuza.

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So the said Allah, Allah said these these are those who disbelieve, say why is not the Quran revealed to him all at once? That was their question that the mate didn't like the fact that as soon as the law was held

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Helping him all the time with instructions and when guidance whenever he faces a problem. So Allah subhanaw taala said kidney Kelly newtab BTB He further quarter note or Tila, thus it is sent down in portions, it is sent down in parts and what is the purpose here Allah, that we may strengthen your heart thereby talking to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but it applies to us because we are the follower of the followers of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and we revealed We have revealed it to you gradually in stages, what we learn from it, that the Quran is a source of guidance and it is a source of strength. If we have a strong relationship with with the Quran with

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the book of Allah subhanaw taala in sha Allah, we will stay firm on the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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In surah, le embrun Allah spirit Allah said in a one on one work if at the Quran, he said

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before that he said if you listen, you listen to some people. You might commit disbelief or leave the religion of Islam. Then the next area he said, Will cave at the Koran Allah asking the question, when to

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lie Wolfie Kama Sutra or Miyata same belief about the Buddha LS Ratan Stuckey. He said, If you listen to some group of people, you might actually leave your religion. Right? But then Allah, Allah said, How could you disbelieve? While two you are being recited the verses of Allah subhana wa tada you have the Quran in front of you within your hands, and you are able to read it and you understand the message because you were they were Arabs and they know the Arabic language very well. Now of course, even those who don't speak Arabic don't have an excuse basically because of hamdulillah. The Quran was translated in different languages. But the last minute and in the beginning was talking to

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this owner who understood the language they understood the message very well. So you know, you are reading the Quran, you got access to this guidance, the guidance of Allah subhanho wa Taala How could you disbelieve, while to you are being recited the verses of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And among you is a messenger of Allah, this is for the Sahaba not for us. Then at the end, he said and whoever holds firmly to Allah subhana wa Taala indeed, or has indeed been guided to a straight path say parthasarathi

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which we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala you know, to guide us to the Surat every day in our Salah more than 17 times. We pray to Allah Subhana data in our Salah in Surah Fatiha whenever we recite Surah Fatiha Idina salata, Mr. King, guide us to the right, the right path. So anyway, Rasul Allah, Allah, Allah mentioned here two means of protection against this belief. And

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the first one is the presence of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam among his community. And the second thing is the recitation of the Quran, we don't have the first one, but we still have the second one, the second means of protection, which is the Quran, the Book of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And we are highly confident that what we have nowadays, as a Quran is the same Quran that was recited at the time of Rasulullah sallallahu. I do sell what we have now, because Allah subhanaw taala promised to preserve this book, and the last How do we know that he's able to,

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you know, to fulfill his promise and his subhana wa Tada. And we this is what we believe, you believe that no one was able to change the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala we don't see any contradiction. We don't have any problem with the book of Allah subhanaw taala. So Muslims are usually very, or highly confident about those who have knowledge. I mean, the there are some people who say things, here and there, and so especially those who are on the verge of, you know, leaving the dean, they might throw some superhead so doubtful matters. But in general, most of the Muslims, the majority, overwhelming majority of Muslims are highly confident that this book was preserved.

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And it is because it is a final message to humanity and it is not befitting to Allah subhanaw taala to leave his creation without any guidance. If this book was lost, then there will be no guidance for humanity. And Allah subhanaw taala promised Adam from day one, that He will send guidance to his children to his descendants. And the source of guidance that we have is the book of Allah subhanaw taala nowadays with us have the lights available. It's a Rama from the last panel which are number two, the ruler Maddy said, It is me well as adhering to the laws of Allah subhanho wa Taala and doing righteous deeds. Well, no variable now you either want to be in certain

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Allah subhanaw taala said, well in the home Fado are gonna be like an hyena know what shed death meter Allah, Allah subhanaw taala is talking about defeat, which means Tibet, which means firmness on the deen. So he said, but if they have done what they were admonished with, they were instructed to do Allah subhanaw taala instructed us to do things to pray, to observe the fasting from a van to give Zakat to, you know, respect to our parents with respect to the ties of kinship, obey the messenger of Allah follow the Sunnah of our messenger. So now if we must return a saying if they had done where they were admonished with, then it would have been better for them and a firmer position

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for them in faith. So they we will have, we will be well established in the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala when we obey the commands of Allah subhanaw taala when we follow the rules of Allah subhana wa jal and those This is a major principle in our Deen when you study the Quran, it is repeated all the time in many sources, you know the two qualities of those who are promised gender, those who are promised the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. These two qualities are mentioned all the time. Whenever last pantalla talks about the people of gender, he talks about this two qualities alladhina amanu when I'm in Saudi hat, those who have believed and performed righteous deeds so success in

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Islam is no is connected to these two qualities. Oh is the result of this ad would say the result of these two qualities of a man faith and an AMA lasagna so faith by itself is not enough. You need to show Allah subhanho wa Taala the proof that you really believe in Him subhanho wa Taala and that you want to earn his pleasure. You cannot just say I believe I know that the last Patel is there. There are many people who said this way Muslims and non Muslims. It was I believe in God. Yes, I believe in God, that they have problems some of them believing in Mohammed Salah Salem or some of them believe in Mohammed Salah, same with Muslims but they don't practice the deen of Allah subhana wa

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tan, believing that this could be enough. This belief in the heart of this faith in the heart is enough. But you study the Quran and the Sunnah of Rasulullah Selim

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filk, their odema our root mF and as you know, Gemma, all of them are saying faith is not enough, because we have a belief story of a police who recognized or testified that Allah is his creator and his Lord, what is the proof it is from the Quran? Study the story of Adam and he said and with at least what is the difference between Adam, who has made a noble Prophet he was honored and made a noble prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam Adam and Eve least was cursed was a shaytaan that was cursed forever was the difference between them. Both of them said within Adam in his door I saw little RF after he made that mistake and ate from the tree.

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along his wife both of them ate from the tree. So what was their reaction after the discovered or the found out that actually they disobeyed the last panel fatality felt bad about it robina vollum net and fusina way limca fildena with her Hamner lacuna. minahasa in our route, we have wrong with ourselves. If you don't, if you don't include us in in your in your mercy, if you don't have mercy upon us, and you don't forgive us will surely be among the losers. That was the reaction of the malasana he saw the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala he humbled himself in front of Allah subhanho wa Taala assumed full responsibility for his mistakes, even though we know it was at least

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who invited him to eat from the tree. What was the reaction of the police? A police believed that Allah subhanaw taala is his Lord and his creator because he said Robbie, be my attorney. That is the statement of a police. Robbie, he's saying grumpy My Lord. If Lee saying My Lord, he knew that Allah is his creator and his Lord, the man who ate any because you have led me astray now he is accusing Allah.

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So you see, there is a big difference. He's accusing Allah, he's blaming law, putting the blame placing the blame on the last panel time, it was Allah who led him astray, let ozean and allow him so I will lead them astray. That was you know, the difference is Adam sought the forgiveness of Allah subhanaw taala obey the last panel, went back to Allah subhanho wa Taala he believes became arrogant, and he disobeyed Allah paliotta even though he testified that Allah subhanaw taala was his Lord and was his creator. So

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So this is very important to one.

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Number three Varun in the many room has said that studying the stories of the prophets and messengers could be very helpful.

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Allah Subhana Allah delille is from the Quran again talking about Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but we are included in the message. So in solitude, Allah subhanaw taala told the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, or coolin upasana came in and met Russell

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men who said b2b for adeq. So again, Allah subhanaw taala is talking about the fifth beat and the third was geography had the worm or whatever to Vicarage meaning, so Ally's selling the Messenger of Allah, His Messenger, sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and each and each story, we relate to you from the news of the messengers, before him. Moosa Ali, salaam Ibrahim, there was a courier, all the prophets and messengers who came before him. And most of these stories were revealed in Makkah.

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Because as soon as SLM needed this help this support in the city of Makkah. He was facing the rejection of his people facing the harshness of his environment. in Makkah, it was not easy, it wasn't not an easy task. But in Medina, was one less hassle and felt at ease, at least for for a good period of time. He was the leader, he was, his duty was to establish a community, a new community and new society in the city of Medina. And that's why Allah pantalla Moses revealed most of the aqmd the rules of Sharia in the city of Medina during the Medina period, because Muslims at the times we're establishing new society.

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So, but at the city of Makkah in the city of Mecca, Ursula Silla was facing the kuffar facing the adults facing the attacks, facing facing those problems and difficulties and hardship of inviting those people who were rejecting Him every day. So he needed the support of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And Allah was supporting him by telling him what happened to the previous nations, the stories of the previous prophets and messengers, and tell him about his sooner that doesn't change

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the way of Allah Subhana Allah that doesn't change. Those nations rejected the message of a loss pattern. Some of them killed the prophets and messengers or kick them out from the towns, you know, but what was the end result? Allah Subhana Allah gave victory to his messengers, he supported his messengers and prophets, and he destroyed many of those nations, previous nations. So Allah, Allah is saying here,

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each story we relate to you from the news of the messengers is that by which we make firm your heart, talking to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So these stories of the prophets were not revealed.

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For the purpose of mere entertainment, and amusement, there are many people who use them for entertainment, let's go and talk about the stories of the Prophet, especially when they teach children in that, you know, there are great lessons to be learned from in these stories, and we need to pay attention to this, this, this wisdom and these lessons. So they were they were revealed for a higher purpose, which is to keep from the heart of our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was when he was facing the enemies of his message in Mk.

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These prophets, as I said, all of them face the hostility of their people. But Allah subhanaw taala told us about the end result with every nation with every prophet. Now number four, the ruler man, he said, making dua all the time, making dua to Allah subhanaw taala. So they said, one of the qualities of the believing servants and meaning Ll e man about Allah Salim Allah, Allah talks in the Quran surah Furqan, about a better man, the servant of the Most Merciful, from amsn 61 to the end of the Surah Surah 214 75. And he tells us about some of the new ads for example, that we keep making there do these new ads all the time. He told us when talking about the stories of the prophets and

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messengers, the most beautiful times moments in their life when they face some difficulty and we made some beautiful to do as analysts Pantanal pantalla relieve their hardship. When you study the you know, the stories of these prophets and messengers. See their tawakkol there is no reliance on Allah subhanho wa Taala the way they talk to Allah subhanaw taala they used to use the most eloquent language the most beautiful language. So the rude mid said one of the qualities of the servants of Allah subhanaw taala a bad lie sorry hint the pious people

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as servants of Allah, is that the turn to Allah to Allah we do all the time asking him for help and for assistance, including firmus firmness upon the deen if you go methane study the salt Allah Emraan in the first page at the bottom of the page, Allah Subhana Allah told us about a beautiful daughter, Rebecca allowed to see Hulu bada bada it had a

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Corolla in Mecca Intel will have but who made these two? This is very important to one these two eyes about fairness our road left not our hearts deviate from the truth. So we know the truth now, but let's not don't allow you our hearts to deviate from the truth after You have guided us, so these your eyes le imraan

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number eight, but before before n number eight in the previous ire number seven, Allah subhanaw taala was talking about a Rossy hoonah fill in and this is a very strong statement, you know who are rasa holofil in

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the translation could be those who affirm in knowledge, which means they are highly qualified scholars. They are well established in the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala Rossi, hoonah feelin rasa something grace if something Gani, it's very it's well established very solid, they had solid knowledge. They know the dino philos pantalla very well. And one of these do as they were not satisfied with their knowledge. They were not satisfied with their skills, not satisfied with their status. They became arrogant say no, we are we are scholars. We are a mams we don't need to ask for this firmness from the dean we are already firm where we are and we are very strong in the DNA of

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Las panatela. No, these are vassy hoon FLL. We make this to lead to save Hulu vana. But there is high data which shows that they're worried about what being misguided after knowing the truth.

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They're worried about losing this furnace in the dean. Number five, listen to the remembrance of Allah subhanho wa Taala Vicar Allah because Allah Allah said,

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Yeah, you will levena Ave either lucky to attend fifth Bhutto, with Kula Cathedral, Allah come to flew home this is insulting unfair, oh you have believed when you meet your enemy, take a firm, stand against them and remember the name of Allah subhanho wa Taala much so that you may be successful. So where Allah Allah is extracting the believers here when the meteor and me to take a strongest for firm stand against them, and to remember Allah subhana wa Taala

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in abundance. So the might be the May the might be successful. The other things that are some other things that the odema have mentioned, the sed method and striving to follow the correct way. And men has you say, you try your best to follow the Quran and the Sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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A times Muslims become some Muslims become confused. They don't know which what is wrong and what is right. There are Muslims who complain about that. He said, you know, everyone is saying something different. You go to YouTube or you go to different massages, you get different messages, sometimes different photographers different, you know.

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And some of the Muslims get confused sometimes and they become depressed. You know, here, what do you do? If you come to me with this question, I cannot tell you what I am teaching you is the right thing. You have to listen to me and that's it. Don't listen to someone else. I cannot give you this answer.

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But at least he can tell you something.

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In case you're asking Allah Subhana Allah to guide you to the right path. Yes, you are doing good. I mean, you are doing it in your salad and all Muslims besides salt and fat behind their salad.

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But there is a difference who recite the difference a person who recite these two iron his salad without paying attention to maybe the meaning of these two, or the importance of these two, and between someone who feels the pain

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and he's worried about being misguided. He's worried about losing this furnace on the dean or losing the correct way. What do I mean by the correct way he didn't have to be correct with everything you do in your salad or is a cat or hash. You might miss the mark you might miss something you do something you have nothing to you come to Ms. Ella a matter of the day and you find there are two opinions. She has any tell you something you go to another

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Ma'am is telling you something, and she hasn't has his own proof and the other mm has his own proof. You might follow one of them and it could be the wrong the wrong,

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you know answer right.

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But there is no problem here. As long as you have the intention to follow the general men hash the men hash, the wave of the Sahaba This is your intention. You're not fully another methodology. You're trying your best to follow the methodology of the Sahaba what was the methodology of the Sahaba?

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Follow the book of Allah Subhana Allah and the Sunnah of our Prophet Mohammed Salah Larsen, when it comes to fat towers and different understandings, as long as they are within the same frame. Within the same like method, you have Earth man, and Abdullah venomous for the Alon, both of them disagreed about Earth man disagreed with Abdullah venomous with both of them were Sahaba of the Allah and both of them were following the sooner for some less SLM. But that was there he had. But he had disagreement disagreement. That means they didn't hate each other. They used to love each other what they mean by disagreement. about some matters of Salatu was an

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earth man had a different opinion than Abdullah and they were friends, good friends, but they were rude scholars. In Earth men had a different understanding about this idea, or this hadith. And Abdullah Massoud was able to derive a different conclusion from this Hadith, right.

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And the Sahaba who lived among them, they knew about these differences between them and you know, it's okay. That is the understanding of Abdullah Masood is a great call because Prophet Mohammed Salim was not alive at the time if he was alive, and then he will go to him talk to him and the problem will be solved. But after his death, you know, this kind of disagreements appealed and it's normal. Allah Subhana Allah created us this way. You cannot ask Shafi to follow Him, or remember him to follow Abu hanifa in every masala because they were different. They have different understandings. I mean, a hadith could be sorry, in the opinion in the sight of Lima Muhammad, but

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in the site, or in the view of Imam Abu hanifa, the same Hadith could be brief, because he didn't have a proof of this hadith is

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so Allah Subhana Allah will excuse them all the Day of Judgment, he will not blame them. Because I mean, they did their best. Remember hanifa reached the conclusion that the Hadith is life. You know, Mohammed was confident that the Hadith is say, so Amen. Mohammed acted upon this hadith and made this virtual upon this hadith lmm, Abu hanifa neglected this hadith. And now we found mithuna at the end this time, there are other scholars who helped us and they told us Yes, this hadith was so we follow this hadith because it is authentic. We cannot put the blame and say the other Muslims who follow the opinion but anyone will go to * fire. You cannot say that.

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I'm I'm not sure if I explained myself here very well. But what I mean by the correct way the general methodology of the Sahaba for the Allah when you have the desire to follow the Quran and the Sunnah don't follow a separate a different ideology.

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Number seven, they said having confidence in your faith? How do you build and develop this confidence?

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Now I'm asking question, I expect you to give me some answers.

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How do you develop this confidence?

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By studying comparative religion, studying comparative religion? Okay, yeah. I, this is actually a good question. One time I was listening, I was sitting with

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someone who, who is not Muslim,

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different from a different faith group. And he was trying to explain to me

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a basic concept in their faith.

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But he said it cannot put it in human words.

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I told him I mean, this is a basic concept. This is the foundation of your religion in you and you're not able to explain it to me.

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You should you should think about it. I mean, it's very This is very concerning. It's very sad and concerning. It shouldn't be concerning for him. This is a basic, the basic foundation of their deed. I'm talking here about Trinity, the concept of Trinity and he was not able to explain it to me. So they cannot put it in, in in human words. I mean, I said how do you want me to accept this concept? If you are not able to explain it to me?

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So now Yes, when you study compare between Islam and different religions, might gain this confidence. Again, what else? Yes, brother

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I said how do you develop this confidence in the deen you need to build this confidence in your faith? Yes,

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sir of the prophets, yes, you will find that there are many proofs, many proofs plenty of proof that he was a true messenger of God one of them I mentioned today I told you the Hadith could be technically technically weak.

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No from from a technically any scientific perspective, but the content is true. Why? Because in a different head is that is authentic, insightful Buhari

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seldom told alphanumerical SGA that a Beatle map this, he said, he said it sit and he said count before the hour, six signs. And he mentioned the first one was his death. And he said what was said he said my death. And he said that was said and number two, he said the conquest of Jerusalem

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talking about the future.

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You know, a false it will be very difficult for a false prophet to take this risk. If he was a false prophet, he wouldn't take this risk.

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You know, he wants to keep in his followers, or the faith of his followers in his message right even after his death. But he says it will be and he didn't mention a date. But it happened five years after the death of Rasul Allah says, and there are many, plenty of proofs that he was a messenger of God sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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again, studying the Sierra comparing a comparative religion studying the seed of Rasul Allah says, yes.

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Within understanding the signs of Allah subhanaw taala in this university.

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Yeah, science science should lead you to believe in Allah subhanaw taala to strengthen your faith. When you study astronomy, and you study and you compare between you study the scientific, what is called scientific miracles in the Quran, and you compare this with a with the scientific facts or theories and the theory of facts.

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Yeah, it is included. Well, this is included in adhering to the laws of Allah subhanaw taala, and doing righteous deeds, and talking how do you develop this confidence? We want our youth to be confident, we don't want them to go to university study biology, and then they start or is it automatic here? This is a problem. This is a concern to me. I don't understand this and they start doubting the religion.

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still on change.

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The Quran is still unchanged. Yeah. And it will say like this still the Day of Judgment earlier. So this is studying the book of Allah subhanaw taala.

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Are you confident? That's right. That's right. Yeah, that's right. Well, you need to be familiar with the Quran you need to study the Quran to reach this conclusion that the Quran was not changed. One of the proofs that we got recently is the parchment that were discovered in Birmingham University, University of Birmingham in UK.

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They had some pages from Surah calfs or Taha and salt Maria my guess. And he found out that they were the same, like the sodas that we have in the Quran nowadays. And the they were able to date this is pieces

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to the year, the period between 6568 two years before the birth of Rasul Allah Salim

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and 645. And so last SLM passed away in 632. So 13 years after his death two years before his, his birth, and they said, the one who wrote this, this must have lived with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that was their conclusion. Anyway, even some Muslim scholars were concerned a little bit about the discovery, this discovery, but actually it is confirming and not Muslim. He heard the non Muslim Professor saying this confirms the opinion that says or the view that says that what Muslims have nowadays the Quran that we have is the same plan that was used at the time of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu I do say, Yes, tundle.

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Studying the tough, serious steps it will help you to understand your deen understand the book of Allah subhanaw taala What else?

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the prophet and

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even like a property only profit and they didn't mention and

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uncover that. You are resigned from those people.

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As you grow up in

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India, in this society, you will wonder

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why you did not recite the poem or you did not write any poem. So, they did not see. That means he was an illiterate he was not able to read and write,

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getting these things.

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But he said, some of them he said, your alemu Bashara, Danny rose, he's getting this knowledge from someone else. And Allah subhanaw taala, they were referring to

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someone who was a Roman, non Arab who lived in the area, but unless fantana refuted this claim, anyway,

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app as Joshua was

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drawn to us, in our daily ads and meets with the, with other communities, not only our community, sharing this knowledge and making data,

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but just just living day by day with what we believe

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will make us more confident about our Deen by Gen.

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y one of the things they said there odema keeping good company with those who have firmness or keeping good company with the righteous people, if you hang around with the wrong crowd, then you will end up maybe imitating them right and following their path. But if you keep good company with good people, with righteous people, then most likely most likely you will be

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you know, affected or you will be any you get some positive influence maybe later on, and you follow their path and you try to imitate them to try to always we try to fit in the crowd, we are, we are not we were created we as humans, we created to live in a society in a community.

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And we we have an influence over our, you know, communities. And we also we also are affected by the environment around us, whether in a positive way or a negative way. This is how Allah Subhana Allah created us. So if you keep company you keep coming to the message coming to the good program or good programs halaqaat and everything, then hopefully in sha Allah, you will stay firm on the deen of Allah subhanho wa Taala. He said, also remembering the death and the Day of Judgment, when you remember the grave, you remember that you're going to stand up in front of Allah subhanaw taala that one day you will leave this world and death does not the Angel of Death does not give you a notice.

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It might happen at any time. At any time. A few days ago, we heard about a young man who was he was healthy. He's 24 years old. 24 years old, and we know the family. British Columbia was sleeping at night and he didn't wake up in the morning he passed away in May Allah have mercy on him very young, 24 years. Maybe he never imagined that he will die at this age he had he had dreams he had plans for his life. Future plans, he never thought that he will die at the age of 24. So it could happen at any time. So you and me we have to be ready for this moment. And the only way you be ready all the time for this moment that you keep doing what you are supposed to do. And you keep obeying Allah

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Subhan Allah to Allah fulfilling the commands of Allah subhanaw taala your obligations on a daily basis. So when the Angel of Death comes you are ready Alhamdulillah Allah subhanho wa Taala alphabet

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masala is credited and you will feel canaliculi Park along Pico Subhana Allah, Allah and Mr. Phil colada to Buddha

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