40 Ahadith of Imam An-Nawawi 11 – Dealing With Doubt

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Abu Muhammad al-Hasan ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib (r), the grandson of the Messenger of Allah (s), and the one much loved by him, said:
I memorized from the Messenger of Allah (s): Leave that which makes you doubt for that which does not make you doubt.

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and hungry la vaca vous Rahman arrivati Mustapha also sanada

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via Allah Allah heliski I was having an amoeba.

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inshallah, today we will start with Hadeeth number 11

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Bismillah

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IV Mohammed, Al Hassan Bin Ali, Vitali

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siptu Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam orihara t rhodiola han Hama Carla habito me Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that ma UD book lm alandi book

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of Allah Dinwiddie, Hadith when Hasson saw him.

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It is narrated by Abu Mohammed Hassan Bin Ali with a Vitaly rhodiola one, the grandson of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and the one that was very beloved and dear to the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, I memorize from the Prophet of Allah that a lot of money He will send them leave that which makes you doubt for that which does not make you doubt. The Hadith is narrated by Timothy any moment so you don't have to like it.

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This Hadith is narrated by one of the greatest companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though he was young. His rank is because of his close relationship of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his merits sacrifice, his key position that he played in causing a truce between two great armies. And ultimately, this is a great individual was martyred also in the cause of Allah subhana wa Tada. He was killed.

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So we will spend some time talking about the narrator Hassan bin earlier the long line who

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his name is Hassan, the son of Ali, the son of Abu Talib, the son of the Taliban Hashem manakamana and he shares the very same lineage as the Prophet along line he was sitting, he is commonly called an Imam a sacred because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam referred to him as a sacred sacred means a leader. Therefore the children born from the lineage of Hassan of your loved one and Hussein of your loved one, are called Sadat say it, you'll hear people putting that at the beginning or end of their names say it's so and so say its own. So it's because the prophets of Allah who it was sort of referred to them even in Devaney had a secret that his son of mine indeed he is a senior in one

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narration. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Hassan Al Hussein said Gita shall I be an agenda that my two grandsons they will be the leader of the youth of paradise.

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He is the flower the grandson of the Protestant Allahu Allah, He will send him the leader of the youth of paradise. His his lot of was Abu Mohammed because of his son, Mohammed, he is from the tribe of Quraysh he is Al Hashimi, he is admitted he and he is a Shahid meaning he was martyred also in the cost of Allah subhana wa Tada. He was born in the third year after his Euro in the month of Shabbat. Some scholars say it wasn't Shabbat. Rather, it was a month after Shabbat. It was the month of Ramadan he was born in the scholars different in opinion on the exact month he was born in. But for the greater part, there is an agreement that he was born in the third year after he did

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hustler the Allahu la narrates directly from the prophets that allow money. Even though when the Prophet said a long line, he was sort of passed away. He was only seven years old. Seven years old, he was a young child, but even then he narrates you remember certain encounters certain special moments he had with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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he narrates 13, a hadith from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Along with narrating from the purpose of the law, David Selim he also narrates abundantly from his father earlier the long one and his mother fought him out of your long line that even the father or mother of your loved one didn't live too long after the Prophet said a lot of money was sent and passed away. He still

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husband are the amount one had many students and the leader of his students who actually narrate from him was his very own son even though who has an email hasn't. He named his son has and so his son His name is Hassan, the son of Hasson and also Sweetman laferla, will help us a Sadie, a shabby hobo Robin. Hey Robin near him as well. But we'll say you've been najiba. So there are multiple people. These are just to name a few famous ones. But there are many people who narrate from how some of the along with that on

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either the last one says lemma Willie al Hassan Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one hacer una de la one was born Josue de la the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came for color only in Ebony. early early evening. Show me my son. My son made to me Why did you name him? So I literally Allahu ansaid full to harp I named him hug harben rb means of war battle. bilevel who hasn't the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said he has no herpes no battle he has Hassan he is a beautiful young child.

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Aveda Obaidullah been a bee raffia narrativas father abou raffia who says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he performed a dance in the era of hustler the last one just like we perform the amount of Salah after he was born. Other than a few the needle has an besotted pina colada. When he was born, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam performed the add on in his ear. jofra saw that narrative from his father who says that when after hustler the law one was born, I fought him out of the long run on his mother, she shaved his hair. She weighed the hair, and then she gave for the SATA Basilica. He filled buttons she weighed his hair and then in depending on how much the hair

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hair weighed, she gave the equivalent of that in silver in South Africa. There are narrations that tell us that after Hassan or the last one was born the prophets of Allah who it was said and performed the article himself he sacrificed the animal with his very own hands in honor of the birth of his beautiful grandson.

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hustler the Allahu I'm really resemble the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he looks just like the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. There's one narration that Mr. Ali narrating from above and harder for the Aloha and he says that Sol La Vina Ababa Bakr Rasul Allah Juan de la sala and African larysa NASA la vaca got up and he was walking and earlier the other one was walking with Abu Bakr Siddiq with your loved one Yoshi and they were walking together. For al Hassan a year ago Malik Hillman agua de la Juan saw husband playing with the kids. So we've actually got your loved one held him and picked him up on his neck. And then he said be Abby Chevy who nebby Lisa Chevy Hornby Ollie,

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he's the last one said I take an oath when my father he looks just like his grandfather. It looks nothing like his own father.

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He says viavi shabby, Hongbin nebby shabby hood nappy he looks similar to the beat the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam laser shabby Hoon biale but he looks nothing like olive oil. The alarm on Alia the last one was standing next to him while you're testing. Earlier the loved one was sitting next to him smiling because it was a joy. It was a pride for him. for someone to say. You know when someone says to a father that your child doesn't look like you generally that causes offence because everyone wants their child to look like them. But if someone were to tell you your child doesn't look like you rather they look like a prophet of Allah. Then there's no offensive there's actually

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an honor there's a joy. I'm gonna be a long one he begins to smile. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made many draws specifically for Hassan of your loved one. One of the famous ones, Osama bin Zayed who was also a young child who grew up in the house of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He was similar to a grandson of the Prophet of Allah. Because the sama his father is even in Haifa was a foster child in the house of the prophets of Allah while he was in him. So if they've been hiding, I was like a son of the Prophet of Allah. Osama bin Zayed was like our grandson young child.

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He says one day, the practice that a lot of Hollywood sort of saw me and how some of the law one playing together so he held us both. And he said Allahumma inni booma Obama, Oh Allah, I love these two kids. So I want you to love them both as well. In one narration, I will hate on the loved one says that one day the purpose of alojado cinemas holding his grandson has another law one and he said Allahumma in me or him boo boo, boo. Oh Allah, I love this person. I love this house and I love this child of mine. So I want you to love him to

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watch him Burma you hibou and I want you to love anyone who loves his son or their loved one. At this point. The scholars they say everyone who hears this heavy chain should say Allahumma in the hippo has an O Allah I love Hassan rhodiola one, because the prophets of Allah Hammadi was said it was making specific special

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For you, that if you love love hustler, the last one, then Allah subhana wa tada will love you as well in sha Allah.

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Allah Baccarat says that I saw the prophets of Allah while he was sitting one day on the member and has another long one was sitting right next to the Prophet that along with it was cinnamon the member and the prophets of Allah hottie was seldom said in Devaney have as a youth. This child of mine is a leader while on the law I usually have he been attained the middle muslimeen in a day will come it is very possible that a day will come that this very same son of mine this little Munchkin right here will grow to be a leader and he will be the one who will bring crews between two great armies and that's exactly what happens. I have somebody along one after his father out of the loved

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one passed away. He is appointed as Khalifa for six months. And while we are the loved ones people and hustler the long ones people are face to face and rather than causing bloodshed, how some of the long run ups for a an agreement between the two parties. He then stepped down from the hill aka Mr. Miyagi along one assumes the position of the lava which we'll talk about inshallah, later on in the class. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had immense love for his grandsons.

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There are many narrations in this regard. I just want to share two three of them with you. The first narration one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was giving the football and while he was giving the football, these two little kids walked through the masjid. Hassan and Hussein have the love on him. Well, Ali Hema Tommy Sania Madani they were they were both wearing wearing red shirts, red commies

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they were falling down standing up kind of like stumbling and falling kids toddlers figuring their way how to walk so they were walking a little they fell down, walked a little fell down. So the purpose of a long holiday he was selling he immediately got off the member and he went to the two kids he picked them up. And then he came back to them in order to deliver the hotel. And he started off the remainder of his speech by saying Southern cola in them want to come Oh now the competitor. Allah has spoken the truth indeed. your children and your wealth are a test from Allah subhanahu wa tada and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says about eight to have a need for the hospital. I

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was given the football and I saw them falling again and again and I couldn't be patient anymore.

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From afar if you heard about the heat in the office that alarm it was said and then continued on his football jacket on the alarm one says one day I came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to visit the Prophet of Allah and when I came the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was walking on his force. You know what that means?

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Kind of like giving his grandson's animal back right? He was on his forest, his hands and his knees and he was kind of crawling.

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While I was he AlHassan and on his back was hassle of your loved one. And Hasina de la de and Hudson, one scene where you're cool. So when jabiru de la one saw these two young guys writing the back of the Prophet, Java, the loved one said, Oh my goodness, look at this, how beautiful their candle is.

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Right look at their candle like the prophets that allowed his son of his honor to ride the bra. These two are writing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then said that it's not just the animal that you should praise You should praise the to writing the animal to his grandsons. There's a similar narration.

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That one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he came to the people and he was carrying in his hand either Hassan or their loved one or Hussein one of the two. So the purpose of Allahu Allah was to them came for prayer, he put the child down, he said Allahu Akbar started his prayer. When the Prophet said Allahu it was sort of went into such that the sense that it became very long. So the narrator of the Hadith says that when I was I was in such that the such that became longer than it usually would be. So I poked my head up to see what's going on. Why is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam taking so long? For a file? So let's see for either so bu Allah avani and I saw

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when I raised my head that there was a kid on the Prophet salallahu audio center was back. That's why he wasn't getting up from that one of his grandsons were just climbed on his back for geography. So God, he says, I went back into such that I resumed my fellow merkabah salado who when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam finished off his prayer, the companions in the back of the city yellow sutala, a thought or messenger of Allah, you prolong the prayer in adults use you prolong the prayer. Allah in Devaney era, the highly talented the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said this grandson of mine, he was writing on my back fuckery into an agenda who I just didn't want to disturb

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him. What is the Prophet saying? I didn't want to disturb him. Hurry him, rush him to get off my back. So I stayed in my position to be hydrated until he finished off his need of riding my back when he got off my back. I got up in the heavy afternoon reading this last heavy. You know what he says? I'll read his words to you. He says Blue Angel for the whole metadata and had a fan. He says a man that'd be afternoon reading this incident. He says Where are those overly strict?

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gone from practicing. This is another province that a lot of audio setup. In our community if a child was standing next to the Imam while he was leading Salah, the community would break into tears war would break out people would fight with one another. You know, just earlier this week when we had the sisters class we had an incident where we were doing the sisters class and there was a sister who came with her child and her child was crying. So her child started crying a lot. So she picked up her child and was getting ready to leave the ship. I said I stopped the class and I said to the sisters, that someone should go and stop her and tell her to come back. There's no way to

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cry. You know, kids are supposed to cry and this is a class and you've come from so far to study so let her remain with us. Then I said to the sisters that if there's anyone here who isn't happy with the child crying then inshallah you can leave.

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If anyone is disturbed by the child's problem, you can leave inshallah but those the people that have come from so far for this class is because someone's causing some disturbance doesn't mean that we have to go all Berserk and, and not be patient. And that sister she met she said something very interesting. She said that this was the first time someone actually said that to her. And I was I was disturbed by that. Because that's the some of the prophets that allamani was set up. This is the first time someone's calling a mother back because a child's crying. This is the first time someone's calling a father back because his child's crying. Have we really become that? Mashallah.

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Mashallah, Mashallah that if someone makes a little noise in Salah we can focus anymore. Be honest with you look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself when was the last time you pray to God properly without thinking of the dunya from beginning to end?

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And Mashallah, now when someone else's child cries, it's so easy to point a finger and say that person was disturbing myself. Learn some patience. This is a hobby right here became impatient. Yes or no? did was he impatient or not? He raised his head from such that to see what's going on at the front of the machine. Why is the Prophet sallallahu it was said I'm not raising his head from Allah. But then he sees that there's a child there. And after Salah is over the Sahaba they sent a messenger of Allah What happened? Why did you take so long? And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam gives a response? He says my grandchild was on my back. I didn't want to hurt him. Does

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anyone object to the prophets of Allah? why there was some after that? Why did you bring your child to the machine? Yes or no?

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Your machine should your child should be on the women's side, not on the men's side. It's the Imams child, you shouldn't bring your child with you everyone else's okay, but not the Imam. All of these things. The Companions didn't say anything, because this is the learning process. You know, the purpose of the lalani was cinema to be leading with Misha sada and the Hadith says he was shortened as a Shia Salah, someone who asked the Prophet of Allah the Messenger of Allah, why did you shorten Eurasia sola? He would say the reason why I shortened the Isha Salah is because in the back there were women and their kids were crying. And I thought to myself, those kids must be crying, it must

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be causing pain to the hearts of the mothers that are insula. Let me finish my slot quickly so those mothers can join their kids again. He's not saying that I shortened my prayer because the kids noise were bothering me. That's not what he said. He said, I was worried that the mothers must be hurting that their kids are crying when they can't do anything for them because they're in their salon right now. That's why I showed her my prayer.

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Islamism, much more tolerating than you may think it is. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was much more accommodating than you may want to think he was. This is what made this Deen so beautiful and that's why they'll put on referred to him as a monster knock me. Every episode your loved one says one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came out of his home and he had hassle with your loved one. I took the heat on his shoulders for all allegedly Avalon near Mr. Markham, Rocky, Rocky. One man said oh young man, look how beautiful your animal as you're writing, you're riding on the shoulders of the purpose of the long haul. He was sitting down at a motor club,

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look at your writer for thought and abuse that a lot while he was selling wanyama rokkaku don't just praise me praise the writer to my grandson Hassan of the loved one. in Mongolia. Allah narrates his narration in his Muslim.

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I leave it alone. Juan says one day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to visit us. The family was sitting together they were talking spending time together it got late. So the prophets of Allah on a visit him said to Fatima. I'm going to spend the night here. So he went to sleep there. While they were sleeping at night has some of the alarm. One little boy woke up. He went to his grandfather and said I'm thirsty.

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So the Prophet said a lot of money was said and he got up he filled a cup of water. While he was going to fill up a cup of water the other grandson woke up to a saint with your loved one. When he saw the profits that allamani was sent him coming back with a cup of water he ran forward to grab the cup. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pulled a cut back and gave it to her son of your loved one. So far from out of the Allahu ohana also woke up. She saw it and she said a messenger of Allah. Is it true that you love Hassan more than Hussein? You didn't give him water you gave him water. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said no, I gave him water because he asked for it

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first. Hussein will have to wait in line. He's next but you'll have to wait in line. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam ended off by saying

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that

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In the what Yaki will have a new Yokoyama, FEMA cannon, why'd you I these two children we will all be in one place together on the Day of Judgment. And in one narration was people who caught a wily in one narration, the narrator says, I think he also said earlier the law of one's name as well, that audio the last one will be with us in the same place.

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When the Prophet said Allahu Allah who was sitting with come to the machine, it was his habit, if his grandchildren were with him, if they were at his home, he would bring them to the machine with him so they can be accumulated they can learn what the environment of the machine is, so they can learn the importance of the machine.

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as a hobby says that the province of Allahu alayhi wa sallam came to the masjid and he was praying to Allah. And the purpose of the law while he was sitting was in such that house under the law, one jumped on his back, when the prophets of allamani was at him stood up has another long one came down. And when the Prophet went into record, Hudson was trying to climb the Prophet of Allah, but he couldn't. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he opened his legs up wide. For yesterday, Judah, who made it today, he flew

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him in Geneva, the purpose of the long run, he was sort of open his legs. So he said, the law one can crawl through and come up on the other side, many of the properties that allamani he was set on, he understood that there was a child with him. And his love for this child.

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allowed him to accommodate the child while he was insula, when I was young. I remember, there was an uncle, he bought his he brought his daughter to the mothership. And I thought to myself, What a weird thing to do, because I was young, and I saw him holding his child and his arm and the noodle glue and putting her down and picking her up again, and then holding her while he was in such that, and I thought to myself, that there is no way that could be allowed in Islam, someone actually holding their child while they're in prayer. So after some I was over, I went to that uncle. And I said to him, I saw you praying the way you prayed. Why did you feel like that? He said, because this

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is exactly how the Prophet said a lot while he was telling us to pray, when zenobia Lohan has daughter would join her insula. So the Prophet said a lot of money with some other children, his other grandchildren will join him as well.

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Not only to the prophets of Allah, while he was sent him love him so much companions loved him that much too. And the reason why they loved him so much, obviously, because of his personal merit. But along with that, because the Prophet loved him so much.

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Well, whatever the long on says that one day I came to have some of the alarm on and he said to him, show me the place where the prophets of Allah holiday was said, I'm used to kiss you. Because I wish to kiss that exact same place. So I can take the honor of loving you, you know, there were young men. And he says to him, this is where the prophets of Allah Han he was in Kiss me, he then leaned forward, and he embraced him and kissed him in the very same place to express his love for herself of your loved one. Now, some of you are probably thinking, that's a really weird thing to do. Why is one, one guy kissing another guy? See, first and foremost, you have to understand cultures as

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cultures change.

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People and how they show their affection and love also changes for a person to sit here in America and say that everyone else in the world, the way they show their affection, and love is just weird, is weird in itself.

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You and I don't have the right to judge cultures and communities. That's not our place. That's not our right to do. So. The other thing is that the last one was much older, much, much older he is from the senior Sahaba. And how's it or their loved one? How old is he when the Prophet said a long while he was seven passed away. Seven years old, young Chinese young compared to maybe 2030 years younger than that, I don't know the last one. So when an older person shows this love to a younger person, there's nothing edgy or indifferent about that. This is an older person showing love to a younger person, and that's what older people should do.

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He was a very generous person. You know, we say this about many people we say this about all the companions that they were generous, but how some of the other one was actually in the league of his own. Because he was the grandson of the prophets of Allah while he was sitting people would express their love to him and send him gifts abundantly. So he would have a lot of wealth lying around. Whenever anyone would come to Medina Manila for the first time he would tell his servants go and give that person 400 get him

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go and give someone 400 did home Why? Just because it's the first time they've come to the city of my grandfather set up the home on a one time he was doing fell off and he saw one person standing in front of the Kaaba making the law yeah law. I need 15,000 bit hump hustler, the law one was doing it's off he came to him and said a lot is accepted here the law firm that has metal upcoming meeting, like he would look for it, just wait for moments for someone to come and ask him or give a little hint or a gesture and pass it on to your loved one. What what would help that person

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and he used his wealth also for being generous. He performed over 1500 himself. And every time he would perform hajj, he would sponsor the Hajj of many people to travel with him. Many people would join him and he would take care of their financial responsibilities. He

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was a very intelligent person. One day someone came to America in Assam says that Pootle huson initiates an alley and Baba Lutheran tabla Yeomans tiama. A group of people claim that Allah the law one after he argued with your loved one had been martyred. So this person comes to have some of your loved one and says a group of people are claiming that Alia the loved one will return back from the dead before the day of judgment. What are your thoughts on this?

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So what are the longer onset because they will they have light? He will not return before the day of judgment. Well, a lot of he Maha Maha will eat. These people are not what they think they are low alumna and Houma but Ruth and Meza, was 90 sir, who was if the sun nemoto He said, If he was going to return before the day of judgment, then it would be impermissible for his wives to get married again. And it would be impermissible for us to distribute his wealth. Because if someone is coming back, can you distribute their wealth you can't. If a person has gone somewhere for a period, you can you can distribute their wealth if that person isn't going to come back. And that's what death

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is. Once a person passes from this world, there is no returning back at all.

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As promised, as prophesized by the prophets that allowed him to sell them house over the last one becomes a great Peacemaker.

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After the last one passed away, a large group of people came to have some of their loved one and encouraged him to take the position of his father and pass it or the along one oblige and he took the position as Khalifa. However, his khilafah was partial. It wasn't complete. There were certain areas that did not give back to him. They did not take allegiance at his hands. And there was a lot of heat between the two sides on one side and Sham in the Syria area you had while the other the last one was very strong. He was actually appointed governor there from the time of ombudsman hataoka. The last one I lead of the law, one during his khilafah actually had to sign a truce with

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maveo. The last one to acknowledge his presence there, and his his governance there. And now what has settled the law one comes in, there is a huge group of people who have given their allegiance to Mali over the last one and they're not ready ready to take hustler, the long one as their leader. On the other hand, you have another large group of people who give their allegiance to

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hustler, the last one. So where do we find a balance now? The two people are the two armies are getting heated and you know, they're getting ready to go to war sharpening their swords, has some of the last one he took the higher ground. He put an agreement with maveo the last one which was ultimately led to a settlement and he passed on the entire failover to Maui and the last one in Raleigh or the last one that takes the position of leadership

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has already allowed one

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continue to live his life in a bada worshiping in his private time advising people in his public time being the generous person he wants. One day

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I will jameelah says under hacer la Vina Who are you suddenly it was a valley hero Joon fatale Donna who behind while some of the a la one was one day praying Salah versus jump behind step

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four kala, kala Hussain with Assad. I'm gonna kuduk one person or the other. The other narrator of this hadith he says that is it true. This is what happened to my uncle meaning hustler, the last one that someone came and stabbed him. So when they stabbed him, that person who stabbed him, actually the blade went into hustler, the law of one's hip. It didn't damage him in any way that actually killed him immediately, but it injured him very badly. Now, you're probably wondering, why would someone stabbed the grandson of the prophets of Allah, it wasn't him. This was all politics. And it wasn't politics amongst Sahaba. It was politics amongst people who were way beneath the sahaabah.

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But they thought they needed to take things in their own hands. You understand? Even after hustler, the law one submitted his position as halifa they were always going to be a group of people who were attached to him because he was the grandson of the prophets that allamani was someone so close to the Prophet, someone who the Prophet played with someone who the Prophet made law for and they all knew this was like the rising of the sun, it was obvious. So there are some people who saw this, that there was such a high, such a great allegiance that people have given to her son of the law one even though it wasn't a political allegiance, but just a lovely allegiance and allegiance of love.

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So this bothered them and they were worried that maybe one day he might lead a revolt even though he doesn't have the long one made it very clear he had no such intention. So one of these low life, narrow minded people he decided to make an attack against the grandson of the puffs that allamani was set up

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for medela minha Ashford this stabbing actually led to how some of the last one being ill for many months when they have some of the last one came out and he sat on the member for tada Allah member for call it

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A Latina he gave a speech and he said to the people, Don't you fear a lot regarding us

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tomorrow,

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one of the African that we are your host this is our city and we are the ones who are your leaders as well.

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I love He caught along with Athena and regarding who Allah subhanho wa Taala very clearly makes reference to in the Quran in them I read along with you the Banco Madrid salivate that Allah subhanaw taala wishes that your hearts never hold any impurity for the family members of the Prophet said a lot of them. So where did this animosity come? Where did this heat come? Where did this anger come in your heart that after a lot told you not to have ill feeling towards us? Someone's coming he stabbed me.

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And after hassle of your loved one give this emotional speech from a film SGD Illa Mayor Hindu buka the narrator says there was not a single person in the machine that wasn't crying because of this sorrow and painful appeal that has under the law one has to the people that what has happened how have you gone so far from the family of the prompts that allow it was a

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hustler? The last one called his younger brother Hussain de la Hasina. The last one was younger one year younger than him.

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And he said to him, yeah, oh, my dear brother Yaga and the speaker.

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Don't shed any blood. He gives us blood brother to this advice to his young brother for inasa sera en el fitna, because people are very quick when it comes to fitting up when people want to cause confusion cause disruption and cause problems. People are very quick of that. So when if people see something they don't like, they're going to pull their swords out. He says to his brother, make sure you don't pull your sword out.

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He then said to his brother, it found me in the Abbey. After I pass away, bury me next to my father. He's referring to his grandfather, the province of allamani.

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illa Anta fofo Dima, unless you fear that because if I'm being very next to the Prophet, the opposition those who don't like us pull their swords out and they're threatening battle, then don't do it. For the family FEMA problems they mean, then bury me in the graveyard of the Muslims in gelatin Buffy, next to my mother from Cuba once he passed away. Sadly, a long one expressed his brother's last desire that he wanted to be buried next to the Prophet of Allah. So the governor of Medina, who was like,

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Who was this person who was who he used to always try to suck up to the halifa all the time, he made it very clear that he wasn't going to allow somebody along want to be buried next to the profits that allow money to sue them. So same with your loved ones, people they all pull their swords out the salon, everyone got their swords up.

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I put it on the last one came in set to house same as the last one and should local law. Well, we'll see it. I make you take an oath by Allah. And I want you to remember the promise you took from your brother? And what was that, that you will not allow any blood to flow, take his body and bury him next to his mother. And that's exactly what happened, how some of the long one was taken, and he was buried next to his mother. There are some claims, there are two claims on how Hassan of the last one passed away. The first claim is that after he was stabbed, it was the illness and the pain from that stabbing that ultimately led to his death A few months later. There are other reports that say that

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one of the last one was stabbed because of which he was bedridden. But what ultimately caused his death was someone poisoned him.

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Now who was it that poisoned him?

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It was someone close to Him, who was for some reason or the other upset with him. And they took this move of poisoning him. This is why we call him a Shaheed

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he lived

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a beautiful long life.

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One of Eva, one of worship has under the law one was a leader to the people. And it's true in its true sense. When he passed away.

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One companion narrates that I saw one of your loved ones sending at the masjid. The day has some of your loved one passed away and he was crying. I'm holding I was crying. While you inadi be honest Oh tea in Abu huraira the last one was screaming to the top of his voice. Yeah, yohannes matal Yama, Hebrew Rasulullah fabu. He said today the Beloved of the Prophet of Allah Hassan has passed away. So everyone should cry. Because of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam been alive today. He would have cried too.

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So this is the narrator of the Hadith. Hassan Bin Ali bin Have you thought of the Allahumma

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the Hadith was that ma UD book Illa ma UD book, leave that which doubts you for that which does not download. Now this honey it actually has a little context. There's a little a little bit of a story behind this.

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It is narrated by

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Hola, Asahi, as I told you he is one of the famous narrators from Casa de la one who will happen I said to her son of the law one.

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Tell us something that you remember hearing directly from the Prophet salallahu audio so

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so Hassan your loved one says, of Guru in the two tomorrow 10 min timer is set up.

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He said I remember one day, I took one date, from the pile of Sabbath. There was some dates there that were in the house that we're in for sabetha and I picked up one date. Final thing to have for me, I put that one date in my mouth for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam put his finger in my mouth and he yanked that day out.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then said,

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in Alana Kurosawa, we don't eat Southern, the family of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam we don't take as a god we don't eat Southern Oh, we can accept a gift. But we found that the Prophet of Allah are not allowed to take cellphone. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him, that I'm not unique Illa Allah UD book, leave that which you doubt for that which you do not doubt, find the Silva to Medina when we're in Al Qaeda rebuttal, for indeed being truthful, will give contentment and indeed lying falsehood will lead to doubtfulness and then, the last one continues in the Hadith as narrated by Mohammed.

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Al Qaeda, you're gonna have the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to always teach us to read the following the Allahu maggini, female alfine female hafeet whatever lanie females are laid vertically, robotically female artists walk in each other in a hula dilemma Walid or Obama, Paul sabara Batali. So this is where the narration ends. He says the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam also taught us this law and encouraged us to read this blog. Now this very same hobbies leave that which you doubt for that which you don't doubt has been narrated by other companions to

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from their own chains. And one narration of this hadith doesn't come from hacer una de la Hwan, rather it comes from a beloved Masuda, the last one, and the storage of that narration is that one day of loved ones rather the last one was sitting with his companions.

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And he said to his companions

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that if someone comes to you with a question, if a matter comes up that you have to answer, search for its answer in the book of Allah subhanho wa Taala for inja Amman when a matter comes search for it in the in the book of Allah file you have to be Rafi could have been look for the answer in the book of Allah. And for in JAMA lay Sufi tabula folia dvml calabi Hina vu. And if the if your answer isn't in the Quran, then search for the answer in the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu. It was said look for a judgment that the prophets of Allah Hammadi was gave similar to the question that was brought to you find john Lacey kitabi la wa Vina Vu who fell yesterday Maccabi Hassan Hoon? And if

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by chance, you don't find the answer in the Quran, or the Hadith, then find out how the pious people answered a similar question.

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And if by chance, there is no precedent of the scholars of the past answering a similar question for you to hit the road, you Yahoo then you should use your intellect and give an answer what I call India half Indian half and don't say oh, I'm too scared, I'm too scared because if you don't step forth, and you are responsible, you have the knowledge you have the the credentials to take on this process that he had. And if you step away from it, then the end the question will be unanswered and therefore people will be in doubt. And then he even goes further the alarm finishes off by saying in the holiday begun what has been indeed the the permitted is clear in the prohibited is clear. And

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between the two are that which is doubtful for that maluti book lm Allah UD books we'll leave that which doubts you and act upon that which does not doubt you.

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Someone asked who the last one, what is the meaning of Dhamma UD but what does it mean to leave that which doubts you to that? Which doesn't doubt you? Several, whatever the long one said either a moron

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right? Actually, no, someone asked the Prophet that allamani so the question is actually to the Prophet of Allah who narrates it, someone asked the Messenger of Allah, how do I know whether I should do something or not. So the Prophet said a lot more it was SimCity that errata Imran Farah yada yada. So when you want to make a decision, take your hand and place it on your heart, for in the puddle, but your free will because the heart doesn't like hot on. You know, when you think of hot on when you intend to do hot on your heart won't be happy while your school holiday and your heart will be at peace. It will be at contentment when it comes to Halloween.

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And then he said that indeed the Muslim refrains from something small, out of fear that one day may lead to something big, which is a principle in itself. Sometimes you might have to stay away from something small. We may call a southern

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Lesson so that you don't engage in the comparison, the dean doesn't want you to look at someone inappropriately. Because if you look at someone inappropriately, what's the major sin, it may lead us into. So you leave those things that aren't the sin itself, but potentially can lead you to the sin.

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Now, how do we deal with doubt?

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Doubt comes up, you know, and that can come up in many ways. If a person has doubt on an issue, how do you deal with it?

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So there are three possible scenarios. The first scenario is the thing you're doubting has always been hot on your doubt is whether it's hot out or not.

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You guys understand that? The thing that you're looking at, has always been hot on. Now you have God whether it's hot or not. All scholars agree it is better for you to leave that thing. Don't do it stay away from it. An example of this would be

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let's say.

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Someone said, Okay. eating animal from eating meat from an animal by default is wrong. The only way eating meat from an animal becomes halal is if it's slaughtered in an Islamic manner. You guys understand that? If you're driving a car and on the side of the road, there's an animal lying there dead? Can you go eat it? You can. Because the deep by default meat is haram to eat unless it is made harder. That's why Islam has a procedure on process of making meat holla. So a person who goes hunting, and he says Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, and he loves his dogs. There's a concept of hunting with your dog, which is actually mentioned in the Quran. So the person says, Bismillah, he

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lets his dog loose. Now, his dog

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takes the animal down. But when he gets there, he sees that there are two dogs there. And he's not sure which dog put the animal down.

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You guys understand that? Can he eat the meat or not?

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So based off the principle, I just told you, that thing has always been hot on your endowed whether it's hot or not, that meat was always hot on and you're in doubt whether your animal did it, or the next man's animal did it. And if the next man's animals did it, he didn't say Bismillah. Or let's say it's not even another person's animal. It's just a stray dog that took a bite into the animal. So in that scenario, it will not be permissible for you to eat from that animal. Right? This is where you will stay away and there's actually a heavy heavy on this.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said either alberca for holla who Calvin lamb to semi Allah He Farah Taku Fein nicoleta de au malerkotla, that when you set your dog loose in it, and after an animal and then you find that another animal there and there was no bismi Library when that animal was that loose, don't eat them don't eat the meat, because you're not sure which one of the animals attack that which one of the dogs attacked that animal? The second scenario is the finger interacting with has always been hard. But now there is doubt it might be hard on. You guys understand that? The exact opposite. So in this scenario, you don't have to act upon your doubt, you

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can stick with the original position and what was our original position? This thing is hella an example of that is someone is married to their wife. Okay.

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Now he has doubt. I think I gave her divorce.

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Will he consider divorce? Or will they consider the marriage, he will consider the marriage. The reason is because his marriage to his wife have has always been established. Now he's in doubt if he gave his wife divorce. And as insane as that may sound, this is actually a common thing. People have obsessive compulsive disorders, and they have doubt in themselves. They can't keep track of their thoughts. They can't keep track of their statements. It's a very common thing. Someone might say, I don't remember if I call that person or not, you know, that happens. Sometimes you're thinking something. And you can be so obsessive with your thought that you're not sure if you actually said

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it. It's a common thing that happens actually. So if that sort of thing happens, it happens and you're not sure. Then what do you do? You turn it back to the holla you turn it back to the default state which is that it was permissible for you. Another example is you did we'll do

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four hours later you're not sure if you

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broke up with what do you need to do will do again or not? You did what you did, we'll do 6am in the morning. Okay, come around 1pm seven hours later, you're praying for her salon? You remember doing with what 6am but you're not sure if you broke your will do during that period during the last seven hours. you're in doubt do you need to do you will do again? No. Why is that? The reason is because you were sure that you performed

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and the doubt in this scenario will not break your once the hobby came to the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he said a messenger of Allah.

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I keep having doubt if I've passed gas. I do will do but I keep having doubt. I'm not sure if I pass gas or not my stomach, my stomach rumbles I don't feel comfortable. I shift around a lot. I'm not sure if during all that I pass gas or not.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that you will not perform your riilu again, your doubt will not break your Will you will not perform will do again, until either you smell something or you hear something this the mirror doubt itself won't break your will in any form. Now, the third scenario is, you have no inclination, neither was that thing established to be

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had on, neither was that thing established to be permitted. In this scenario, which way do you go? This is where the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fits in perfectly. That maluti book lm Allah you do you leave it because there's doubt there. There is no certain inclination for or against. So it's better for you to leave it and there's a clear honey, there's actually an example of this narrative by mahadi. Any moms coming up with like it from another sort of your loved one. He says that.

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He said that he passed by that he, the Prophet allamani was sent on one day passed by some dates. And there was a date, he was passing on the road and there were some dates on the ground. The prophets that aloha day was sent him says, Well, I will Lola and the other half will enter Poonam in southern Allah occulta. The Hara not fear that this date on the ground is actually from Southern law, I would have had it, but the family of the Prophet is not allowed to have Safa. And I don't have any inclination for or against. So I'm going to avoid it right here. Now, this leads to another discussion. What happens when doubt, uncertainty clash?

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If there's a particular issue, you have certainty there? And then doubt comes in? What do you do? Or let's say, let's flip the scenario over, you have doubt and an issue. And somehow certainty comes? What do you do? So remember, this

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doubt is weak, certainty is strong. You guys, think of like rock, paper, scissors, okay. So your doubt is your paper. And your certainty is your

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scissors. If these two clash, which one is going to win,

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scissors are going to win? So for example, if you're certain that you did something, and then somehow doubt comes in, you discard the data altogether. You're doubtful regarding something and somehow someone brings clear proof that brings certainty to the to the to the issue, which one are you going to go with? You're going to go with what's you're going to go with what's certain, and there's a principle and fifth, that the scholars use and that that principle is at the Athena Leia Zulu Bishop,

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that doubt cannot be removed, certainty cannot be removed by doubt. Okay.

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The only way you can remove certainty is by certainty.

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Okay, only way you can remove certainty is by certainty, I am certain that I sold this car to you.

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That's a certainty right there. Now, did you sell that car to someone else or not? The only way we can establish that if there is

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certainty, you have to bring proof, clear, established proof, otherwise, that car is in your possession. Otherwise, anything that car does, it's your responsibility, you are accountable for that because that car is under your name. The only way you can prove that that car isn't under your name anymore is if you prove with certainty, that the car was then transferred to someone else's ownership. So the only way to alter a ruling that is certain is through certainty to another level of certainty. The third thing,

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when you look at something when you study an issue, this is another 50 Maxim and also to feel shy about

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that when you examine an issue, by default, the certainty will always be permissibility. By default, all things are permissible. So if someone says me this bottle right here is haram. I can say no, it's not hard. It's hard. They'll say, what's your certainty? How can you prove it? My prove to them that this is valid is that everything by default is

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everything by default is valid. So once I quote that principle, that everything by default, US will feel shy about how once I prove that everything by default is Helen, I have proven with certainty that this is a law. Now, if you're going to tell me this is not halal, you have to outbreeding equivalently strong proof with certainty to establish that this isn't halon Okay. This principle that I shared before you by default all things are hidden is true for the greater part. However, there are some exceptions, like meet editshare the example with you also will feel the homie forma meet by default is haram until made holla. US will feel about that in forma every form of Avada is

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implemented until the shediac tells you that this is the permitted way for you to worship Allah subhana wa tada

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fin nica herma also fin Nisa a former that when it comes to the opposite gender, you cannot have an open relationship and immoral inappropriate relationship because that is how I'm feeling

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You until you establish it being permitted by two witnesses, and that's called a nikka. There are certain exclusions to this rule, but the greater overall rule is that US will feel a sharp eba which means that by default, everything is held up.

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And the last point I want you to remember is this in this legal discussion of ours.

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If someone comes in whispers, doubts into your ears, until they can establish them, don't even listen to them. Because it's gonna make your life hell.

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If someone brings if a person brings certainty, if they bring clear proof and research, that's another thing. But if people just come in your ear and start whispering,

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like what Cheetos or haraam even though this person may or may not have any proof, I don't know if Cheetos or her Um, I don't eat them. Okay. Maybe they are. Maybe they're not I don't know. This is what happens when people put down in other people's ear. You guys are all wondering now man. First thing I'm going to Google as soon as this lecture is over is our cheetahs, haraam or not.

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So creating mere doubt doesn't change doesn't have any sort of legal consequence. It doesn't mean anything in an Islamic court. Neither does neither should it mean anything to us. If anything, you can use it as a encouragement to go and search. When I read narrations that tell us about doubt. My number one principle that I deduced from these ahaadeeth number one lesson is the importance of going and learning. If I have doubt in something, what should I do?

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Clear the doubt. That's what you're supposed to do. You're supposed to find a way to clear the doubt in Iran not not to say oh, this is doubtful and walk away. Find out what's the ruling on that thing. someone tells me Hey, so and so person said this about you? I'm in doubt. What should I do? Don't live in doubt I go to that person and confront them. I asked him, did you say this about me or not? Because

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it established whispering or this chit chat that goes on. This is all from shaytaan. This is where shaitaan comes in. He puts doubts in people's hearts. And he breaks away communities and breaks away hearts and breaks away people. Businesses are broken, families are broken. When you have doubt. In particular, when it comes to social issues, go and get it cleared. Even when it comes to academic issues. Try your best to get it clear. You go and you strive. That's the lesson that I learned when I read a hadith regarding

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adults.

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The ones the hobby and whatever your loved one says that some companions came to the Prophet that allamani was set up and they said O Messenger of Allah, we have some thoughts in our hearts that are so bad that we don't even want anyone to ever know that we had these thoughts. So the Prophet said a lot of it was to them said, Oh, really, you have that kind of really bad thoughts in your heart. Everyone does, right. The other day, someone sister messaged me, and she said to me,

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I had a doubt in my heart that I committed gopher, in my heart, I kept telling myself that I I you know, I kept saying something that led me outside the fields of Islam. So then she asked that.

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Do I need to repeat my Shahada? Do I need to enter the Islamic? And so my answer to her was? No, you don't need to interest long again. Not only that, but actually, you're doing good. Whatever you're doing in your life is actually very good. She must be thinking, What are you talking about? How is that good if I'm having evil thoughts in my mind. So this was the honey that I was thinking. The prophets of Allah while he was in him said, Oh, really, you're having doubts in your mind? So this hobbit said, Yes, we are the prophets that a lot of them said that his faith Shahzad is coming to you because you have something. If you didn't have anything, chiffon wouldn't come to you. The

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reason why he's putting those thoughts in your mind is because you've brought something very sincere and pure in your heart. The Hadith is narrated by Imam, Muslim Muhammad Ali.

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Now, this idea of avoiding doubtful in Islam, is commonly known as a well, what do we call it?

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Avoiding the doubtful avoiding the avoiding of things in Arabi. we commonly call this a one off amendment of the law, Holly writes in his hair along with Dean, that there are four degrees of water.

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The first thing he says is, is the bare minimum level of water which is necessary and mandatory upon every single person, that level of abstinence refrain that is mandatory on every single person. He says this is to refrain from those things, that by doing them, your testimony will no longer be accepted in court.

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This refers to committing major sins. If a person

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goes against the sooner publicly or commits major sins publicly, and that person wishes to give testimony their testimony will not be accepted. So remember, as it says, that level of doubt is something you need to stay away from altogether. The second level of doubt, sorry, about level of refrain is something every person should adopt. The second thing he says he calls us he calls this the refrain refraining of the pious people. This is to stay away from things that are doubtful, something regarding which the ruling isn't clear and he quit.

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says howdy dama UD book lm Allah UD book, The third degree He calls us the water of the conscious people. He says this is to leave and refrain from halaal things. Sometimes you refrain from hot other things

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out of piety for example, sleeping eight hours a day is that Hello? Yes it is. But if you sleep eight hours straight, you might miss your 200 Salah. So instead of eight you do six hours, you refrain from something that's a lot.

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And also the whole idea of fasting we stay away from eating, drinking and intimacy which are all three halau things. This is the water of cooking. And the fourth level is what he calls the bottle jar of the true host friends of a lot the Cydia thing he says this is for you to refrain from any thought other than Allah subhanho wa Taala refrain from using your body for pleasing anyone other than Allah say full immersion you know, Lila here you know for the sake of Allah and that's it

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I shut up the law says that indeed people have wasted their religion because they haven't practiced What are because they haven't brought refrain into their life. How many times is it happened that you're at a dinner you have your dinner and then the host comes and says to you take seconds

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you know, you shouldn't be taking seconds you know, you should be practicing what are and refraining. But what do you end up doing?

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You end up doing it anyway. Your wife goes up to the room and she says I'm leaving some food on the counter for it to cool down. Please put it in the fridge

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you're supposed to pick it up and put it in the fridge. But instead of picking it up and putting it in the fridge what do you do? You pull out a spoon and you start eating it let me taste what she made. It's supposed to be tomorrow's food but you said there's no we don't have the ability to hold ourselves back every time our nuts tell us to do something we are like on color. We're like going to color as soon as it says go we go in and when it pulls us back to come back we don't have any control over ourselves this sort of what are learning to refrain abstain hold yourself back even though you might want something don't do it. You're at the store you're looking at this mattress you

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know you can afford it it's a good mattress you know one of those purple mattresses you guys want to purple mattresses. They have this crazy marketing campaign it's called one of the most successful marketing mattress campaigns you guys see that? The the purple, the purple marketing campaign. They had like millions and millions and millions of views.

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It was a good ad I'm not gonna lie to you.

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You're walking past it and you see the this this mattress and you're like I can afford it. And it looks like a good mattress. Should you buy it or not?

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unless you really need it, don't buy it. You know, you're you have enough shoes and you're walking in the store and you see some more shoes. Should you buy or not? No, you shouldn't buy it. Sorry, Indra. You don't buy it. She's like, yes, you buy it. We have no we don't know how to say no to ourselves. We know how to say no to our kids, our wives, our parents, our siblings, we can say no to everyone we can say no to our employees to know. But for ourselves. Yes, yes. Yes. This isn't a good thing. Learn to create, restraining yourself.

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without really fighting with your loved one said

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the completion of patois is to refrain from halaal out of fear that you might engage in harm itself. The Hawk says that we would not study from other scholars until we saw that they had one that they had the ability to refrain if we didn't see restraint in them. They're having them having the ability that we would not study from them. And there are many examples of what are in the Quran and the honey there are three stories in particular I want to share that will close off our discussion. Okay, three quick stories.

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The first one is a cinema not a cinema. Cinema, not a cinema was a keen horseman. He used to love collecting horses. You know, some people like collecting cars, right? sports cars, Sofitel jet, not just any horses jeah, top notch sport horses. One day he was with his horses and just enjoying the moment you'd be washing them cleaning them adorning them while he was adoring them sitting there looking at them. What happened. He missed a salon.

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When he missed a saw he became very sad. And he was in doubt of the value of these horses to him forgotten in the book to humble hail and victory rugby. That my the love of my the love of my horses turned me away from the love of Allah subhanahu wa Tada. And he wasn't thought of what his relationship with these horses were and what the value of these horses were to him. So what does he do? He disposes of the horses he does what he wants nothing to do with his horses anymore. Another example which you can find in this collection of remember how to apply the prophets of Allah while he was sent him says there was a man in the in the nations from before you meaning maybe from

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Belize, right maybe from one of the earlier nations that a few men kind of kubla Khan. Roger Bannister earthen

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A man who purchased a lamp for what if he had Kansan? One day in the land, he must have been digging and he came across a treasure. Further How about you know, lava who he went to the person who sold the land to him for color heroin Kansa he wanted that person and said, Come and take your treasure. So the one who sold it said, it needs to come out of the bee mafia, I sold you the land and everything in it. So that treasure is yours.

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So the person who owned the land, he said, Well, I purchased the land, I didn't purchase the treasure, I didn't give you the money for a treasure.

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So that person said in return Well, I sold you the land and everything and in return. So they continued for the whole summer they continued arguing with each other, who would take the treasure home.

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A person was passing by.

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They went to this person, or even slightly when a pious person was passing by, they went to this pious person. And they presented their argument to them. The pious person, he asked Allah one of them. He asked them, does anyone have you to either if you have a male child? He said, Yes, I one of them said yes, I have on platinum.

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Then the pious person said Allah Covington. He then asked other person, do you have a daughter? He said, Yes, I don't know.

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He said, have these two married?

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ones Ba La Hema alcons and then give them the treasure. So I have the treasure we'll go to you have the treasure we'll go to you. The moral of the story is that these people have wealth and they were in doubt. But did they want to take it? No, even though both of them could have easily claimed that they could have put a good argument together. And they could have become millionaires overnight, but they didn't want it. They didn't want it because they were in doubt. Think to yourself next time you have a car accident and you're and you're placing an insurance claim. Do you really deserve the money you're claiming? Or are you overacting?

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Are you overclaiming people do this all the time. You know, next time you're putting any claim in or you're claiming money from another person, or you're trying to sue someone if that's what you're doing? What you're claiming, is it really your hug.

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And don't ask yourself that because you may Ziggy and Allahu Amato, whom associaton may beautify your deeds for you. And your answer may always be Yes, go and ask someone else. Go and ask someone else that you know,

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am I entitled to this gold as a scholar Am I entitled to this and if you're in doubt, leave it because a little wealth in this world won't help you at all, in the hereafter. The third incident is a member of mo lozada.

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Even law he used to have trade and a part of his trade was that he would also sell garments to so when they email honeycomb de la la in his store had a garment kind of in the ruffo fee. And in that foam in that garment of that garment that he had, there was some defect in there. So he pushed the garment to the side so that way he can deal with it. The next the next businesses, we can come tomorrow and then deal with that garment. While Mr. hanifa huhtala here it was gone. fauja hajima, who few labor de wobba had the phone became a de Locanda settlement. So that serve one of his servants came he saw a garment sitting in the corner he picked it up. He sold it to someone as if

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the Carmen had no defect at all. He sold it and he sold the garment and it's full price.

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de la de la came to the market. He came to the store. He saw that that garment was missing. He said where's my where's that defective bourbon gun. So he said I sold it. He remember it but until I said become How much did you sell it for? He said, because we sell we sell the hill honestly. So I sold that at its original price. So mmm honey from Paula Holly then asked him, did you tell him that there was a defect in the garment law, he said I didn't tell him that that there was a defect in the garment. So imagine how different the law he said for the sub theme with that give the entire prop give the entire price that you gain from that transaction in Southern

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Nevada, they could have said give the give the extra amount in South Africa. You know the amount that he extra amount instead of giving the whole $10 he could have said give $3 in South Africa, but his piety, his water, he was in doubt with that. And he said you know what? I want nothing to do with it at all. Ask yourself this question tonight. The kind of money I bring home is there doubt in it or not?

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The business I engage in the people that I sit with the things I do the things I eat, these are all serious questions. This is my life. Can my life be fine tuned? Can it become better Can I leave certain things in my life? And this is what what art is about. It's not just about engaging in doubt. It's about leaving things in general leaving things that aren't good for you leaving things that aren't absolutely beneficial for you. And if anything this hobby teaches us It should teach us restraint should teach us how to abstain. It should teach us to refrain from things that are doubtful and rely on things that are absolutely permitted because the world is full of freedom.

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miscible things, all things by default are halon we pray that Allah subhana wa tada guides us and purifies our hearts allows us to live pure lives keeps us away from doubt keeps our families away from that keeps our wealth pure of doubt keeps our hearts pure of Allah subhanaw taala keep our homes pure of Allah subhanaw taala makes us from those who have what are who have who have Taqwa, Allah subhanaw taala except this gathering will settle on scnm 100 on early he was hungry as many certainly