Ibrahim Nuhu – Bulugul Maram 1692022

Ibrahim Nuhu
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the history and use of handing weapons during battles, emphasizing the importance of knowing the situation and responding with the right behavior. They also touch on the use of the "has been revealed" concept for protecting individuals and avoiding dangerous behavior, including the success of Islam's approach to kill and replace difficulty. The conversation also touches on the negative impact of COVID-19 on society, including the belief that everyone should be treated with respect and care, and the importance of socializing and maintaining healthy behavior.
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wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah al Amin and a B in our Habib bin Mohammed in salAllahu alayhi wa early he was he was telling them about a young fella food I mean Shadi Safa Alfa Romeo

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comes into my role. Anwar thickly.

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Shell said to Tasha Mishary

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September I'll find worth elaborating where she will know all cylinders and if you haven't been cavity mobilock

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beluga Mara sir Allah subhanho wa Taala anybody convener of humanitaire lemma one young Karolina the lat, wait for a little while if you are never getting up early. So we even like as we continue from where we stopped last last week. And if you remember, last week, we

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we talk lastly about the hadith of

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Olivia Vitali and the Home tab Arasu Yama budgeting, about the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam right at the beginning of better they do the mobile rasa and mobile site if you remember we said is to have

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individuals coming forward. You know and looking for somebody who can compete with them in fighting you know, skills.

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This is mobilizer it's very important, you know, in those battles, because whoever wins that can help him to put the fear of the army in the heart of the the enemies. Yeah, because usually the strongest people you usually come out

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from every from both parties the strongest one. So if this is the strongest one, and they managed to get rid of him, then the rest of the members have to be very, very careful. So they used to do this more mobile.

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Today, we are not part of the army. So we don't know how they do their things, but based on the history,

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wars and fighting before

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has more courage than we have today. Because you have weapons from far distance you can fight your enemy, but in the past you have to come closer except in the case of somebody who has arrows and even this one he has to come out and see his target first and then the with the with the job properly. So these type of issues, you know, you just leave them to the skills and wisdom of the Army, whoever they are. Okay, so the next hadith is the hadith of a human Ansari,

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the host of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you remember right he was the one who hosted the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam, when Rasulillah he said Allahu Allah instead of my migrated to Medina,

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or the camel of Abu or you went to the house of suddenly the camel, camel of Rasulullah went to the house of a U N.

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Get down there and started resting in the place and the Prophet said lightly so I said Hoon ailments. This is the place where we are supposed to, to stay overnight.

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So why even alongside he was one of the greatest companions of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, and he fought also trying to conquer Costantini. But Allah subhanaw taala did not

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grant him that and I'm, if I'm not mistaken, he also died in that place. And he was buried in that place, you know, poster mania, before

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the Prophet sallallahu sallam said,

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our location here is Zuna Medina to Constantine monk Fula, the First Army that will be fighting the city of Constantine, ALLAH forgive their sins. So everyone was rushing to see whether they can do the job, you know. But Allah subhanaw taala has written that some of the people after the time of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam could come on will come and do it later. Muhammad in Fatah did the job,

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the job and that we shot up the Prophet sallallahu sallam was achieved during his time radica Fabula here at my shot, this is the blessings of Allah subhanaw taala he gives it to whomsoever He wishes. So Allah human alongside he said, and this man has more aka you know, in the time of

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Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam I remember when somebody accused eyeshadow Milan, even with that false accusation.

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and about even last Saturday was the example you know, given about those Muslims who, when they hear about the case, so Hala, they

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increased the expectation of good in the family members of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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because Allah subhanaw taala divided people into two categories, those who supported

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the idea, the motion, you know, the accusation, and those who, who rejected completely, you have those who keep quiet, you have those who rejected and talk, you know, and mentioned that this is wrong. And why even on Saturday was one of them. He went to his wife, he said, you hear what is going on? She said, Yes.

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He said, Do you think

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I shot a viola and I will do that?

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She said, Oh, Villa, I'm sorry. It said, Do you think you will do that? You know, because she was saying she had lationship over villa with someone, right? So he asked his wife about,

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he said, Do you think you will do that? She said, I will the villa, said, but you have to know that Aisha is better than you, if I shall, if you cannot, do you think it's too far for you to engage in this? How about Aisha

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SubhanAllah? Can you see the way he is coming from? And then he said, Do you think I will do that? She said Subhanallah How is that possible? It said so you should know that someone is better than me.

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So far and is better than me. If If I cannot do that, I cannot imagine someone doing it you know,

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Allah. So Allah made them as an example of the good response to be given by a brother when he receives a news about his brother, or sister.

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And this is very good. Like it's very good for for us to understand this method.

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Because in most instances, we receive information from people through our tongue. Yeah.

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We then easily we receive information from people with with our ears, right? But there are circumstances and situations where we receive the news from people with our our tongue, Allah subhanaw taala set,

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you know, telling us why some of the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam fail in this event. They get involved in the accusation. They also attribute to Arusha that they have a few companions like Osama bin Ferret, like Mr. You know, it's not went to bother also, and you have him having to dash the sister of Xena into cash.

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So we didn't know what was the motivation behind Hamlet to get involved but

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it is known very well that Xena vintage ash, the sister of Hannah, she has problem with Aisha as a co wife in the house so they used to fight but the but the fight is Hala did not reach the heart. The fight didn't reach the heart. Yeah, yes. Physically talking and shouting and fighting looking for their right. But it doesn't reach the heart. How do we know that it does not reach the heart because when Rasulullah Salallahu Alaihe Salam asked Xena who used to fight I shatter the Allah Anna and she's the only one who used to really harshly go against eyeshadow the Allah and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I asked him, What do you think about what

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people are saying about Aisha?

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If she hates Isha? You know, in the heart, this is her opportunity to take revenge. Subhanallah she told the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam and that was nonsense. Aisha was one of the best people I've met in this life. Very dedicated person. That's why I said I really respect her because of because of that. Allah subhanaw taala protected her. She did not pay attention to

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what he called what was going on between them which might lead her to be unfair to eyeshadow.

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So we have a couple of companions who were involved in the accusation, like those three, and the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam according to the narration of the first city, he imposed on them the head of Allah subhanho wa Taala which is to be

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to be laughed at, to be beaten at lashes. Each and every one of them sudden 30 Mr and have never been to a dash. But one will be wondering

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why don't we be asking this question

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How is it possible for a companion to engage in this, but Allah subhanaw taala explained that and this is the point that I was trying to raise and to let each and every one of us understand it properly. That news should be received through the proper channel, which is the IRS. Let them get inside you. Study them first, digest them first. Make sure that you understand properly and you investigate, especially when it comes to the Muslim honor and dignity. Investigate first if you think it was you investigating you investigate first before you take action. Allah subhanaw taala says it tell Akona who the Al Synoptical waterpolo gonna be of why he called Malay. Sarah can be

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Ullman what Tressa Munna who Halina are who are in the law healthy? Allah subhanaw taala says you guys are taking the news, the Al Cinetic promote you with your tongues. You're receiving the news with your tongue? Yeah, that's why because they don't digest it. Because if they are to digest what they are getting from Rasulullah he's sorry, what they're getting from people. Trust me, nobody will think of, you know that which was mentioned by by the enemies against Allah Azza. Because the moment as soon as someone comes to your mind, you understand that this statement is useless. And it's nonsense, because the target was not Rasulillah.

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The target was, I'm sorry, the target was not I shall. The target was Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam, to get an idea, because what do they need from Aisha? How old is Aisha, very young girl. Even at that time, she was very young. You know,

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the minister, the one who was taking care of her, was helping her in the house. She said.

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She said, I Shah was a very good girl. She has nothing to do in the house except to play with sand and with her games, you know, she was still playing with that with the sun. So you can imagine the age at the time, but still Subhanallah the enemies of Allah subhanaw taala, the hypocrites, they accused this young woman but as I said, the issue is not a shot of the law. They want to reach Rasul Allah. Because if somebody accused the wife of another person, he is accusing that person, indirectly. He wants to touch that person, not the wife. He wants to touch that, that person. So are you able to I'm sorry, was one of the few companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that

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shows strength in Subhan Allah in terms of Shabbat in the heart, and they did not join those people who accused a shout of the Allahu

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so I will avoid being alongside Carla in Nima own zealots, Haverhill ayah to Fina Marshall Ansari, yah Nicola Huhtala wala tune Coby ID from electronica, there is an ayah in the Quran that says, Well, I tell Kobe, a de comida atellica Do not cast yourself into something that will cause your destruction. Meaning don't do that which will destroy you. Don't put yourself into

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danger and things that will cause you to lose your life will actually be identical in a Toluca, Allah subhanaw taala says, So, this is about a human alongside he said, it was revealed concerning the issue of the answer is Allah subhanaw taala reveal it because the because of the answer, and this is very general principle that scholars take, you know, and remind everyone that whatever can cause your death and can put you into trouble Islamically It is haram for a person to do it. And from here you have the prohibition of those things, which used to be prohibited through the means of the chaos, like cigarettes, you know, anything that harms the life of human beings in this dunya is

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prohibited because of this iron legend Kobe ad formula Tehelka whatever it is confirmed by the doctors that lead to death, it leads to danger lead to sickness, it is haram Islamically for almost for Muslim to harm himself in any way. So why even outside he said the sub The reason why this idea was revealed it was because of the answer called who rather than Allah Muhammad Allah Sophia Rumi had a color theme. So what are you going to learn Saudi was blaming somebody you know, when they were having a war and a battle between them and the Romans? So somebody amongst the Muslim just

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inside the the Romans, and you know, the size of this army is very shaky, you know, if you are too

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go out alone and fight them that is equal to committing suicide

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so that's why I bought even on Sunday when he saw that person taking the sword and fighting those people. So he said this idea was revealed about about us

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you know, so that he can deprive you know and

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prevent these type of action from taking place you know after afterwards

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Allah subhanaw taala says well actually cool the idea come in, at Luca,

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Tala ha ha Raja who

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al Maluku Runa.

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These are those narratives mentioned by even hedger. So the narratives of the Hadith they got it from hadith of Aslam, evanescent and Abby Imran Khan Nabil Costantini Africa Raja software now the moment of Rumi for hammer La Jolla, Milan Muslimeen. Allah Sofia Rumi had to have Salafi from Maharaja and Macmillan for Sahana Subhan Allah Alka ba de Luca, Capella wa even Ansari Yohannes in control Walloon had it I had it we were in our own Zealand phenom national OnStar color in ours Allahu Al Islam we're Catherine Nelson, who Polina

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Baden seven

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in the wall and aka bot fellow and commoner fee was Lana mother. I mean, for NS and Allahu taala, heavy Elia for Carnatic. helewka 20 accommodatie. We are Vina

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fee Adelina, so he said

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the narrator's Aslam m&s Eat at the Imran said Coonamble Costantini. So, he is talking about the story because people are using this idea will have to go big Camilla Tanaka to address the matter of that person who took the weapons and went into the Romans. Hello, we will hear the controversy of the scholars concerning the matter whether we can apply the eye on him or we cannot apply the eye on him. One of the evidences to support that opinion that says this cannot be applied except in a specific situation which they will mention later inshallah. So as long as eat a bit of Ron said, couldn't Nabeel Costantini we are in constant Taenia they were about to fight the Romans, right for

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her Raja softphone are the women who so huge army came

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from the from the Romans to fight us.

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The Hammer Lagina minute Muslimeen Allah suffered Rumi had to hustle Allah fie him through Maharaja McQuillan for Sahana Subhan Allah Allah BFC Toluca, so people start I mean, one of the Muslims, he took his sword and he penetrated the Church of the Romans, you know, went inside them and get whatever he can get. And then and then come back. He cut holes, whosoever he can cut and then come back to the to the Muslim

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from manraja, Macmillan, and then he came back to the muslimeen for Sahana so, people screamed,

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so they screamed at him Subhanallah Alka BFC in alchemy and he Italica is the Subhanallah this man put himself into trouble by himself. He put himself into a state of destruction by himself.

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Yeah, because looking at the size of the judge, and he's alone go into fight this huge amount of soldiers so people think that this is equal to commission of the suicide

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for color boy you so what are you going he heard that? He said, Are you Hannah's in a computer we don't have any

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other habit when we're in them our own zealot

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had I afina Marshall Lhasa, he said people you are interpreting this idea in the wrong way.

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Instead, you have to know that this idea was revealed about us, you know, was revealed on us because of us.

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He said as Allahu Islam or Kathrada now soo

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cool. So he says this aisle was

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reveal about us.

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In number as in, in lemma as Allahu Islam. So he said when Allah subhanaw taala gave the Muslim the victory okay for now Sulu and the size of the population grew bigger. So we started talking. Now so what are you most narrating he said we started talking sera sera means in secret

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In the wall and a bot, so we started saying our wealth

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we started saying that our wealth was lost, we lost our wealth. In one and afterthought, we lost our wealth.

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Follow an outcome now.

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Follow an Colmenar fee was the HANA mother. I mean her fans are Allahu Hadid. I have a candidate to Hello Korea commentary.

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So they started saying, we lost a lot of wealth.

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It will be more appropriate if we just stay back home and fix our wealth rather than go into engage in another battle. So that sort of started saying in secret, we lost so much, you know, although Islam succeeded, but we lost so much. We think now is the time for us to stay back home and fix that which was missing, and bring back what we lost.

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So we will outside he said, Allah revealed this idea after that statement, that conversation in secret.

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So what is the LUCA that Allah says Allah told Kobe I decom? Editor helewka What you will answer he says to her, Luca is referring to our decision to stay back home, our decision to stay back home not to not to fight. How's it Taluka? Yes, definitely. It is Taluka definitely, it is. It is Taluka. Because if you don't fight, and he protects the religion, and you also engage in protecting, you know, the Muslims, wherever they are, they will be snatched by by the enemies.

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Yeah, up to date, this is the situation. Countries must prepare themselves and Subhanallah crypts themselves with a strong army to make sure that they scare other people, the enemies and the criminals from coming to, to attack them.

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To get idea, that's the situation you know, Jihad visa vie the law as Allah subhanaw taala says, Well, I will add of Allah he and NASA whom the evolving law has edited out.

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Allah subhanaw taala says If not because of the sunnah to Deaf aid that Allah subhanaw taala put in us what is similar to debate,

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you have the balance in this life, this country has nuclear weapon the other country also has so you find most likely none of them is going to use it.

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Yeah, this one is scared off if he used this weapon that his

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local partner also is going to use it so he will not use another one also not use. This one is scared that if he's if he's to invade this country, there will be heavy consequences by other countries that are stronger than him.

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So what happens? He is going he's going to stay away from that invasion. Allah says Lowlander for Allah He NASA roundabouts Allah smarter make people you know to live in this kind of life where by there is always somebody who is equal or stronger than you. When you do something, somebody is meant to compete with you. That's why people are able to survive

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in the term of Rasulullah sallallahu selama if not because of the jihad that prompts Allah sama did, Allahu Allah and what will happen to the Muslim communities

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that stopped, you know, the enemies from thinking about attacking the Muslims, whoever tried did not succeed. So they became lessons for others. So if people are going to stay behind, they don't engage in defending the religion of Allah subhanho wa Taala what will happen at Taluka

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the country will be will be gone. This is what

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Allah subhanaw taala is referring to here.

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As the Prophet sallallahu sallam said in that hadith of Alina, is that biotin Delena were really too busy right? We have to the novel backup water optimal geography Sevilla Salop Allahu alaykum verlan lands your who uncompetitive Jorginho if you engage in the sale of Ain and

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custom admirable backhoe and get busy with the tail of your cows, we are getting busy and you get busy with your farms. What are optimal Johanna the FISA Villa and you stay away from Jihad visa vie Allah Salla Allahu Allahu Allah, Allah is going to cast a new humiliation which will never be removed until you'll come back to to your religion. So defense system is necessary. No country will stay just like that without having defense, because you have people there who are planning for the failure of

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others. So Allah subhanaw taala was telling the believers, if they don't move, and go and defend and stand up and stay away from cowardness you know and defend Islam and the Muslim territory, the Muslims themselves, then fitna is going to take place. And also this is equal to committing suicide because you are telling the enemy to come at any time and you don't mind even if they don't, even if they come and fight you. You don't mind yeah. So your attitude your behavior of staying home not to meet your enemy is equal to the commission of suicide.

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Well, sir, handing the numbers in revival who have the wheel.

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Elia paid off he didn't Elijah was into Cold War had his Sufi, philosophic italic wallows on Al Halakhah. So he says that there is also authentic narration from Abdullah ibn Abbas mentioned in the same interpretation, and some scholar set fee the little Elijah was the Holy Sufi of italic Oliver Wendell Halak. This event this hadith shows that it is permissible for a person to go and fight the enemy alone even if he is expecting himself to be to be killed.

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Call to vulnerable highlight a fella Delila fee so Lemelson, Ernie, the commentator of the book of political Murghab Bloomerang. He said, As for the issue of expectation of death, to say that this hadith is proving that, you know, you're expecting to die if you attack them, you will be, I mean, probably be killed very easily. It said we cannot get it from this hadith. We might look for someone else, but this hadith does not show this.

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Carla Villa de la vie, your aura for Makana, von Neumann, Hamlet man Hamlet, who now it says there is no evidence to support this because we don't know. What was the expectation of that person who took the Scylla and went and fight? We don't know. Unless if somebody asked him, don't you know that you will be killed? And he said yes, I know, then we will know that yes, he knows he will be will be killed because of the skills of those people and he doesn't have what they have. But this did not happen. So let me the sun. He said we cannot say that yes, if a person wanted to take his Scylla and go and fight the enemies and own even if he is having the fear of being killed very easily. It is

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okay for him to do that because of this hadith. He said, No, this hadith doesn't show and support this opinion.

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We can look at a poll in Alexandria, but if you are hitting your your philosophy, we made our lesson Finn.

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Yeah, Allah Sophie Catherine, and who is known Halak salamin son, and he says the only expectation we might we might have for that person who say in that statement, he might be used in the known that if a person is to take weapon and to find huge group of people

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he has in his heart that most likely he'll be he'll be killed.

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But since we don't know the thought of that person who did it in the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam or in the term of what a human in our society, with the Costantini and then we cannot say for sure, this is the intention of the, of the Sharia.

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Allah was suddenly for him Oh Allah, you must Allah to humbly Allah heavy Allah that will cathedra mineralogy in the Husaberg halogen who

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and the hui that can only 40 Sharjah it

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was only here know who you are, he will argue will be that I will use Muslimeen and whom I will know who Alaric middle class is

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for who hasn't Amata kind of agenda how will it from a more or less EMA that tentative Allah Delica wanna wanna loosely mean,

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the most significant even hjem said when he was commenting on this issue, most probably in his book for somebody

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he said,

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or any other place that he was talking about this, he said

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in the concerning the issue of Hamlen Huahine Salahaddin advocated one person to take his weapons and fight huge group of soldiers. It says most of the scholars agree that if this person is known to be a person who has a lot of skills in fighting, it's not easy to be defeated. But how much a big is the enemy? Usually this be this person has proved proven in the past, that he's not easy for a person to defeat him. If we're talking about somebody like this, or in the case, that he going, you know to find them and he knows that he might be killed, but his death will be the deterrent against the death of the mummy. Meaning if he

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fought the enemies alone, that will distract the enemy so that the Muslim can can survive

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to good idea in his sacrifice himself to protect the rest of the army. So he went to fight. And to me, I mean, to do his best to make sure that he is not killed. But he's he knows that either he succeeded in this way or in the other way, in the other way mean means that he might not survive, but he will be active in the way it will distract the enemy from attacking the Muslims. So most of the scholars said, this one is okay. If he goes and as it if he is killed, he is not to be blamed.

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As for the people who don't have skills,

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rather than our skill that much, you know, just want to take the adventure. And then he went and fought, and then he lost his life this person is to be blamed.

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With we didn't call him a suicide. Yeah, because he has the he had, because what is suicide

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is somebody who killed himself because life doesn't have any value to him. He wants to die. But those who aren't, they're not looking for depth.

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They think what they're doing is okay.

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But they missed the correct, you know, approach. So we say about them, Mr. Hill, McDowell, those who make HD hard and they're wrong in the HD. We ask Allah subhanaw taala to forgive them in that he had

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a good idea, but we didn't call them somebody who committed suicide because the intention was, was not to kill themselves. And this is supported by the story of

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the Golem and the king. You remember the boy and the king.

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The king wanted to kill the boy. And he couldn't remember that story. Right?

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He couldn't kill three times he has been trying to kill the boy and he couldn't.

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And then

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at the end, the boy told the king he said if you want to kill me

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do this.

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It said just make a stage and put me on it. And put me on a cross. You know, crucify me. And then take the take one of the arrows from my hours and then

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just shoot towards me saying Bismillah Harambee hyperbola,

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if you say in the Name of Allah, because the king was claiming that he is Allah, right? So the boy told the king if you want to kill me just make this invite everyone in the city, and put me on the stage where everyone can see and then put me on a place. crucify me like this and then shoot. Well, before you shoot, you have to raise your voice and say Bismillah haram, we have an Ebola.

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And so Allah the king did that. And the boy died. Who killed the boy technically

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ocular boy,

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no, the word kill himself because the king tried the first one he lost. Second one last third one lost, he did everything possible. He lost. The boy told him you want to do this, I will that

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gave him the flu. And the king did that. And the boy died.

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They could either he killed himself.

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You know Sharia. If a person killed himself, this is what suicide and suicide is one of the easiest way to go to *.

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Because in Islam, we have this concept of patients, no matter what, with how much trouble you are in, you have to observe patients and hopefully word from Allah subhanaw taala. Because what comes after difficulties is in the Malossi is

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there prison is not alone, no matter what.

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Sorry, is not allowed to take weapons and kill himself.

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If he does that, he'll be going to help automatically Rasulullah sallallahu sallam said, Man cartel and if so who will be shade or the Baba Yaga. Whoever killed himself with something, he will be punished with that on the Day of Judgment. So let's say Allahu Salah said malerkotla NAFSA who beheaded Hadid to fee he will be her button who Finetti Johanna nama call it them call it and fear

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is if a person take a knife and stabbed himself.

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He says hello to

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the knife will be held by him. He will maintain that knife until the day of judgment you will be with him. Here we don't see the knife but you will be holding that knife and Allah subhanaw taala will punish him with that knife in * will be stabbing himself in

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Say hello forever and ever and ever he will remain that promise a lot Somerset holiday makalah de abita sur la. So he will stay there forever ever never woman carat diamond javelin and a person who threw himself from the mountain. The prophets Allah azza wa jal fucka tele NAFSA and he killed himself because of that.

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The bribes a lot of sama said he will remain in * in that mountain, you know, mountain in *, you know,

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thrown himself from up the mountain of Jahannam you know, Carlita McCullough Daffy habita.

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Woman tassa Salman, the third one the promise a lot. So I mentioned in this hadith is a person who took poison and he killed himself. He said for some movie ad that one also will be punished by the poison in in in Jana.

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So from here you can understand those people who put petrol on themselves and they kill themselves trying to show the government that they are annoyed with what the government are doing.

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What are they committed? Suicide?

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Yeah. No praise at all in Islam. What they did is wrong. Absolutely wrong. They killed themselves.

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And subhanAllah if you define it as a suicide,

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why did they go? * unless if Allah subhanaw taala showed mercy upon them if they did not make it halal?

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Yeah, because if they make it halal, meaning they believe that it is halal for them to kill themselves, this this is Kufa when they die, they die out of they went out of Islam before death, when he has a villa

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because we have heard in this life, some people who kill themselves because they believe this is the way to show the authority that they are not happy with what is going on.

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This is absolutely wrong. Absolutely wrong. You can kill yourself because of you being annoyed with somebody no matter how much annoyed you are.

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And these are the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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prophesied lightly cinema said Kenneth human cannot come look on Raju behavior before there used to be a man

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who has your your means injury on his on his hand. You know, further, faster first, and I'll see Kenan. I'll see. So he couldn't be patient, you know, so he took the

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some weapons you know, sword or

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axe, you know, and he cut his hand with it.

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So he took it and he cut his

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Apollo to Allah. Allah subhanaw taala said

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the prophets Allah sama said first before the end of the Hadith, he says from Africa demo had timeout. So he cut off his head.

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And the professor last summer said he kept on Bleeding until death.

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After death, Allah subhanaw taala says, bother on the app. The NFC he forgot to lay Hilton

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is in my slave was impatient,

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was rushing, he wasn't patient. And because of this, I made Janna prohibitive

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that's why this contemporary statement that I hear from some of the scholars

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that suicide is what is a permanent solution to a temporary problem is absolutely correct.

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Yeah, because no matter how much tough is life, there is expectation for this life to I mean, this difficulty to go away from you.

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Even if it doesn't go from the in this dunya as long as you're doing the right thing when you die, where do you go?

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Gen. Ed Allah rasool Allah is Allah Azza wa said,

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Allah subhanaw taala will bring

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the worst in terms of poverty, poverty in this life. They're worse. Somebody who lived a very terrible, terrible life.

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Very terrible life. Allah will bring him

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but when I say terrible life, I'm talking about in terms of richness, you know, food, not have been food sometime he is sick, there is no money to buy medicine, you know,

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cannot go to school, you know that kind of life, difficult life.

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And this is the worst person number one, that face difficulty in this dunya Allah will bring him And Alhamdulillah that person was righteous person so Allah will bring him on the day of judgment and put him in jail.

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Just let him stay for just a moment. And then Allah will ask this

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This question is really interesting Allah will ask

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just not only get into jail, Allah will ask him how the

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Allah will ask him, did you ever experience difficulty in your life

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is low Allah here

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even swear by Allah, He says Allah, Allah never experienced difficulty my life, any one second in Jannah caused him to forget all the, the tough and difficulty that he used to be facing in the life engineer.

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Again, so that's why I said, that statement is really correct,

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is a permanent solution. Because a person will lose his life and go to * and Rasul Allah Azza wa said forever and ever, if you commit suicide,

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and the problem is temporary, if a person does the right thing, either he got the solution in this dunya or in this dunya Allah let him keep going in that situation, and then die, you know, with all his lube being taken away from him. So Hala, that's really

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an ultimate success, you know, because when he meets Allah subhanaw taala, with no sin in his account, where does he go? General? In a very simple way, you know, you might be given that opportunity, you know, to be among those people who have the bypass, they get inside paradise, when they reach their paradise, even the angels will ask so fast. How come you will tell, the Eden did not go through his app, they will tell the angel which herself.

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We didn't have anything for herself.

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So some are several patient, be patient, Allah, He no matter how much tough is life, just be patient. Just be patient. Just make sure that you're doing the right thing between you and Allah. Yeah.

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The situation might remain, but probably is not going to remain. Because Allah says in the Malossi, yes, after every difficulty comes is

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that it might remain until the time you die, or wisdom.

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Muslim never fail, you know, just be patient, successful, replace that difficulty that you are facing. So in Islam, we are not supposed to do this. So back to the story of the boy and the King, the boy was the one who guided the king, on the method to kill him. And as such, who killed the boy,

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he killed himself. That's why it is called as they use this story of the boy to support this obedience.

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These type of activities during the war, only when a person hopes that he will succeed or his death might be the cause of a greatest success. When the boy lost his life,

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he not losing sight because he went to January

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when he died, what happened?

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Did we succeed?

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Yes. You remember he said to the king before you kill me have to invite everyone in the city, right? And people know that the king told them He is Allah. Right. And now they know also that he tried to kill the boy and he couldn't. And now they are aware that the boy was the one who told the king how, what he can do in order for him to die.

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Good idea. So everyone is aware of this. So they're waiting to see does it work? So when they see the king say in Bismillah R Rahman, they have a lamb in the Name of Allah, the Lord of this boy, when they see this and they see the boy dying. Everyone started saying arm and now we are Bill biller.

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We believe in the Lord of this boy, we believe in the Creator of the board does mean they disbelieve in the in the kings.

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You don't agree with the King to be Allah, Allah molality. So that was a success because the whole city converted to Islam.

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This is what the radical the Sheikh was talking about. He says if there is a greater benefit, you know, in way in the way when, when

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he he sacrificed himself, he lost his life, you know, but the benefit that will come after that is great. So in this case, it will be it will be permissible for him to do that.

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The opposite is wrong. You know, that's why the medicine and he said are even harder to set. As for the situation whereby Muslims are going to be in in trouble.

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As for the situation where Muslims are going to be in trouble when he does

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then it is not permissible for him to go for this. Yeah, nowadays we hear some of the Muslims in a place where the enemies are fighting them, they go on attack, you know, the enemies that then they kill how many they go on the bomb the place, you know 123 People will die. But then after that hundreds of sisters and brothers will be killed,

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what success do we have in this, this is what the female was referring to when he says these type of activities are not permissible and they are not related to what was done by their predecessors.

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In the time of the war, in the temple of Abu Bakar, during the war between the Muslims and Muslim little Cavell, they had a situation also like this, where Mr. selama and his and his army, they went and hid in, in a place where, you know, Muslims cannot reach them, the place was fenced, there was a fence in that place, and you cannot just cross and go and it has a gate. So either somebody throw you, you jump from the from the wall, you know, or you cannot go in, because it doesn't have a roof. And they were around 500 of them, well equipped. One of the Muslims told them,

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if you can let if you can throw me inside the place of the enemy. He said, I give you my word, I promise to open the door for you 500 soldiers with strong weapons, and he said to the Muslim, please throw me inside, I promise to open the door for you.

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What kind of miracle is going to use? And what is the possibility of his survival?

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of zero, you know, in our concept, you know, in the context of our calculation, the possibility of his survival is zero.

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But he told the believers, if you can do it, I will open the door for you.

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And this during the time of Abu Bakr, there were this cordless, and they agreed to take him they use the sphere. He was on top of it, you know, and they held the play at the thing, and they throw him inside.

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So Hala,

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what happened to him? Maybe they cut him into pieces, but he kept his word, he opened the door for them.

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When and for those people, what happened to his life? Well, Allahu Allah, because I never come across my plate, where, you know, the scholars mentioned about him whether he died or not. That's the topic of research. But the possibility of his life, you know, his surviving is almost zero,

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that he told them to do it and they did.

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Which means it is permissible in these type of situations. Because the benefit that will be generated, if that army is defeated, is bad is greater than his survival, because when he dies, he goes to jail, even in what he had. And when do you get that person who is the worst entity on Earth? And it's called as mentioned that a false prophet is actually worse than shaytaan.

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Yeah, these are words entities on Earth. That's why Hanafi says that's why the Sunnah of Allah subhanaw taala and them is that Allah doesn't let them live longer. They don't live for long, because they are the most dangerous people you know, that are living among us.

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Because a false prophet where he does exist, he blocks the means, you know, between you and the truth completely shape and he usually doesn't do that fight you in this angle, you managed to succeed he, he gets you in another place. And then we go the war between you and but it's a false prophet will just block you completely and take you out instantly. So the other words entities and if you look at the Sunnah of Allah subhanaw taala, as the scholars mentioned, these guys didn't live longer. They might stay until the time they get followers they get influenced but they will live longer, they don't last longer. Allah smarter will get rid of them because they are very dangerous,

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you know in the community. So if they are to remain longer, definitely tragedy will will take place.

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May Allah subhanaw taala grant is good. So this is the best opinion in sha Allah concerning this matter. And as I said at the beginning, if you remember, these are the matters of

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bathrooms, right? You leave them with

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the discretion of the of the soldiers and the army those people who are in the battlefield under the command of the leader under 14. They can either they decide what is the most beneficial thing to it the second one

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Allah subhanaw taala grant is good and Tofik and be with us wherever we are. So that's the best place I guess to to stop. I will stop here and ciao.

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Now, let's move to question and answer session.

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soldiers captured, some of them

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could maybe even ID where they will accept that they are going to be executed prey to Raka and then they get executed. But some will to avoid captcha, they will fight to the death against impossible odds. So who is the correct one here?

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Both okay. The best is the one who did not submit. That's why they asked him Muhammad Rahim Allah. They said, if a person is captured by the enemies,

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should he submit or he should fight until death? He said, I prefer for him to fight unto death in Al Assad Chedid.

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Because they capture in us it's not like us captured. Because we have what are called manners to be observed. We're not supposed to torture. We didn't do that with a mutilate we didn't torture. Yeah, we get him. We're supposed to treat him with kindness and a nice way. If he deserved to be killed, we just kill. They don't do this. They put a person into different types of punishment. You know, we read history, you will understand why why Imam Muhammad was saying this Imam Muhammad said he should fight until death. He should have something just like that. It's better for he has right to submit, you know, but he also has the right to fight back. Because

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whatever the case might be, most likely they're going to kill him. Why can't you just fight back? Maybe he might be I mean, be able to succeed? You know, he doesn't know anymore. Muhammad said as of yesterday, he's referring to the attitudes and the behavior of the enemies when they capture a Muslim. They really torture you don't let him die just like that.

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They torture him torture, torture, torture later they killed

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or leave Allah subhanaw taala wish that he will be released after that torture, then they will be releasing. And I guess up to date. Also, this is the situation according to Well, we are seeing and hearing from time to time you whatever follows the news. Say this.

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So that's why both okay, but the best one is the one who fight until the last minute.

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Question from Sister

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since the Prophet said this people who suicide will be in Jahannam forever for being jednom. What does this mean? They will not translate to Tina? Yeah, that's this is some of the Hadith And why'd

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I just talk about it in in brief, try not to open the door of questions. But this sister got me

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this hadith Wait, let's call her said it's better not to go deeper in them because going deeper, that takes the

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what he call the strength of the information. You know, when you hear that, when a suicide, he is that health whatever, what will be the decision,

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he will choose to be patient, you know, not to go to health wherever you choose to be patient. But if he hears that there is possibility to go to jail after punishment, and that is possibility of forgiveness, even without punishment. He might say let me take the adventure on this too. Yeah, that's why this caller said it's better to keep them in the way they are just keep quiet.

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Unless if you ask

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now those people who want

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to get into trouble so then you answer the question.

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So why should we be justification mentioned by the scholars, the scholars said all of these Hadees they're supposed to be let pass in the way they came to us. But if you look at many, many of them, like when Allah subhanaw taala talks about riba he says women are the follicles habanero whom he actually do. And whatever goes back to taking riba these are the people of health and they will remain in * forever and ever. It's called said if you look at the Siak the context of the IEA is all talking about somebody who makes river Khaled

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in mobo Miss Lu arriba. What * Allahu Ahad Rama Reba, they say there is no difference between transaction and river. And Allah subhanaw taala says No, Allah made halal made by halal and Riba.

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So the whole topic is about making something Halal is the LAN you know, it's the law and whoever says Riba is halal who is Muslim Oh, caffeine, caffeine, overcome, come and say and he knows that Allah says how many say no to me Baba is Khaled. This person is careful. Khufu Mukherjee in Alameda. The comfort that takes him out of Islam.

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When he dies, where does he go? Health? Whatever. Yeah. That's why those who committed suicide, if we know that intention, for instance, they wrote something on the paper. They said, Life is very tough. And I don't think it's good for me to keep leaving. I know suicide is haram Islam and in Islam, and I'm a Muslim, and I agree with this, but I cannot bear this screen anymore.

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When he died, when he killed himself, she killed herself. Do we pray for them for the janazah with it? Yeah, the Imam shouldn't do the normal person in the community should do a pray for the Janessa. But when we read the thing she wrote, or he wrote, it said,

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I know in Islam suicide is haram. Life is very tough. I cannot bear it anymore. I know Islam says haram, but to me, I'm pretty sure and I'm convinced that suicide is halal. Is not haram. Suicide is hella it is legal, it is halal for me to kill myself.

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And they wrote this and then after the death with chicken, we found this Can we pray for this one? No.

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Because they went out of Islam before before test, they believe unless if we know that they have something in the occult, you know, they are mentally you know,

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affected you know, they have problem with the mental capacity their Mazoon in this case, and they will be one of them was the mean because they don't know what they do. But somebody who knows and he says is halal for me. And he died after this. This person is caffeine. Cooper mocha generally.

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What about the person that we don't know?

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Just saw him throwing himself from the

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from the building.

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Yeah, I have the one that I think it was his sister who has some from a building because her boyfriend boycotted.

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lost her life because of this.

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So if we see a person throwing himself you know from the building, and we know that this person is arcing, doesn't have any deficiency in the outcome. And if we don't have any clue, whether he believes in this to be haram or he legalize it, we don't have this.

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We pray for him. Yeah, we go with the law, the general principle that he is still a Muslim.

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Because this person and those who are committing the other sins, they are equal whoever legalized a sin, which Allah says is haram this person goes out of Islam completely. If we're not sure we go with acid which is Islam because the Cooper is not

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clear to us. His copper is not clear to us.

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Making a person a Kaffir is as is an Islamic look at the muscles of the Sharia the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam declaring Khufu on a person it's really as it's I mean, it's not an easy an easy matter in in Islam. Allah grant us a good

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question for my brother, As Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato che Sinhala les confict dunya will Akira Yoshi what are the rulings on praying sunnah in the mosque instead of at home? My local mosque does not do the come around 15 minutes after then and it is almost impossible to catch the first stuff if I were to pray the Sunnah prayer at home especially for father should I should should I make my Sunnah prayer shorter Should I just pray my sunnah at the most which I prioritize. You can reach the masjid and pray the Sunnah calmly it's better to go to the Muslim and pray the sooner

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that if you can pray the sooner you know even if you do the EGS in a new cut them short

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and go and catch catch up the first line. It's better to do the Sunnah at home and then go and pray in the masjid and get the first line. But if you know that by praying the Sunnah in the house you will lose the first line.

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I will choose for you to get to the masjid CODA and pray the Sunnah in the masjid.

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And then to get the reward of the Sunnah in the most on the first line. So that's better. Losing the first line is not a good thing to be to be chosen.

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Next question for my brother. I have two questions. I am a very emotional person and I cry a lot but I'm a man

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is this consider being yes

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being emotional. It's okay. It's weakness in terms of emotion.

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But it doesn't mean that these people that is no good in them will work as somehow emotional person.

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But very strong one serious matters because you will be weak. When you let this emotion lead you not to be just an honest in your decisions, you don't make correct decisions because of the emotion, then you're weak. But if your emotion just remain in the way this just when somebody tells you story, you just die. That's like that. Yeah, it's okay. This is who you are. As long as the family is not neglected because of your emotion. And also, whenever you are needed, emotion is not leading you to go in the wrong way. Yeah. That's why in some of their responsibilities, that's called a set. Brothers should go first before the sisters. Why not? Because the sisters cannot do it. But because

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of the emotion.

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Yeah, different types of approaches. And this is good for the life. For the sisters be very emotional. Well, life is good. If the sisters are to be like the brothers, their life is to be to be to be good.

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And the first person to get into trouble is the kids at home.

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Why he's very rough.

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Husband is already rough. So

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yeah, the kids are going to be in trouble. There have to be some balance at home. Kids have some place to go and hide. This one is harsh. This one is naturally, you know, somehow emotional and gentle.

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Good idea. Yeah. So some of the statement of the scholars that says that there are some responsibilities which brothers should go first, I mentioned is fact of the nature of each and every one of them. Because we need a strong decision that is not attached to any form of emotion.

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That's why in some situations if you are to let a sister decide,

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and tragedy will take place, not because he's wrong, not because she likes able to take place. No, she doesn't. But what can affect her emotion? You know, when she sees that person who's supposed to be executed?

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Brothers will not do that. Okay. Just take him to that.

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The same way he did, he should also received the same thing. Yeah. So understanding the sharing of Allah subhanaw taala correctly, is always good. So back to the question of the emotional person who said but I'm still a man, you will remain a man forever and ever.

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Whether you're emotional or not, it will remain forever and ever. But what you have to be careful

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with is the issue of doing the right thing. You know, you must make sure that you're doing the right thing. Even if you have that emotional feeling with you. You must make sure that what you're doing is is the right

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to ask another question. Is it good? If I try my prayers? Can you quote me a hadith about this matter?

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Rasul Allah said Allah He said my cried and his prayers. He was praying the night prayer in Hebrew and

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he was reciting the eye into a demo of a normal valuepoint Filipina contingencies. He was praying the night prayer and He recited the sin of Allah into the movie no matter where

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he cried. And blood Massoud was reading Quran to the prophets a lot. So he cried. So crying when a person is praying is is Sunnah of the Prophet sallahu alayhi salam, he did cry. And you also you can cry. That when you read something that was crying you cry is good. It might be one of the signs of reflection. It might be a sign of reflection, especially when you're praying alone, or when you're praying with the Imam but the Imam recited an idea that really touched your heart you cry because of that. That's good. So that's the last one is to do righteous greed distances is to do one of them. He was sick.

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And the doctor told him the problem of your eyes is

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you too much cry?

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You just have to stop this

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medicine just don't cry.

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And guess what was his reply? is in what is the benefit of an eye if it doesn't cry?

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either what is the benefit and either doesn't cry. What is the what does it benefit?

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What does that mean?

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Doctor I don't want to miss give me something else but

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I love this one.

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So crying is okay, a person can cry as long as he doesn't get home. If you show that the crying is putting you into trouble, then it's better for Priscilla to do.

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It's good to maintain your eyes

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rather than us losing them intentionally.

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Rasulullah sallallahu amatola live in Amarillo, it says if you sleep if you don't sleep at night, it says you're going to face problem with your eyes.

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He told him to sleep take some part of the night and sleep because if you don't sleep your eyes will Facebook.

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Another question from Brother fader, if a cafe was killed unjustly, would they be tested in their hair? Or would their own judgment be tested?

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Coffee killed and yeah, if the person who if this character is than me, but so let's assume I said the one who killed him will not go to paradise. It's very serious matter. My patella moi had the mentality German la mera heterogenic will kick whoever killed them I had without any justification and justification is what he deserved to be killed and who does the kid the lead is the authority not us. Yeah, no matter what we are not supposed to take law at our hand, the authority should do not us. So as long as the law said if a person goes and killed a calf, just because he's a non Muslim, he will not go to paradise. As for the COVID, who lost his life, as long as he doesn't

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believe in Allah subhanaw taala Allah says there is no way for him to go to paradise. No way for him to go to Paradise, he will remain in * forever and ever and ever. But his right is going to be given to him on the day of judgment. That person who killed him has to face the consequence. And Allah will take his right from that person and give it to him. It will not benefit but as far as justice is concerned, he has to get his right whether he will benefit from it or he will not benefit from it. It doesn't matter but he has to get his right. Allah grant is good

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question from Rabbit was there a salam ala

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us and Allah like COVID dunya will Akira

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How do we reconcile with the words in the Hadith that say regarding suicide?

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one Yeah, because you're gonna not even call Allah. Allah. He called behavious.

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He says

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Rasulullah sallallahu sallam said, a person will go to Jana.

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I mean, it will come out of * as long as he says that, yeah. Lola. Oh, who died?

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Seeing that, you know, Lola, you know, if you have a person has in his heart, La ilaha illa Allah, I mean, even if it is lift Canada, it will go out of out of *. There is no contradiction. Because La ilaha illa. Allah only benefits those people who act upon it. And the person who commits suicide is not acting upon it. So let's say Allahu alayhi salam I said, sit calmly. If you legalize suicide, Lila Hindelang goes out of the heart.

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Yeah, there is no way for a person to say

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This is Helen. And he knows that Allah subhanaw taala made It's haram, you know, and at the same time, we claim that Lie, Lie Lie still in the heart. No industry doesn't go like that. When he says to the Haram thing, this is halal to me. Like, the love goes out. He has to say it again. If he dies without repentance, then he will remain in * forever.

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So last question, okay, hold the principle. I don't want to live people and I don't want people to love me. Is that possible? And what is your advice? My advice is not to hold that principle.

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Not to hold that principle. laspo hoteller wants to have people maintaining their good relationship with others, even if they're harsh to them. So let's allow some advisors to have good manners. Allah is monitoring the Quran advices to have good manners, even if people are not having the same good manners to us. The last Muhammad says infallibility. He said he always command as an advisors to do the default ility here as you know, replying others with the good at the best, although they are bad to us, but we reply them with good they're bad to us but we'll apply them with good and this is better for for the person. Allah subhanaw taala says we may Allah Allah Allah Dena summer may Naka

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level having of the Muslim should always be kind to us.

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Even if they are bad to him. He

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behind this is the advice by Allah subhanaw taala and the Rasul Allah Azza wa sallam. He said, jasola I have relatives that I'm very kind to them, but they're very, very, very evil.

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So harsh to me, so lies a lot. So I said, continue, don't stop it.

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Keep that kindness, it will be so embarrassing for them. And you kindness is acting as a punishment, psychological punishment to them. And they're always losing, and you will get in the sight of Allah subhanho wa taala.

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So, advice that we should always be kind to others. Kindness doesn't mean that you should open the door for you to be harmed,

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that Muslims not like that.

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Muslim is not opening the door to be for him to be disrespected by others. Get it because sometimes people use this advantage to harm you because of your kindness. No, you should let those who are around you that you are not an easy person to be cheated. So last alasa is the kindest person you will never see

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a person like Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam in terms of kindness, good manners and everything that is good, you will never see somebody like Rasul Allah. But at the same time, he is not an easy person to be cheated. He can cheat as well as alasa easily. So Lhasa was kind to him and he told him go, but do not criticize us again. He said No problem, I will not do they convinced him in the next battle to criticize the Prophet Allah and sell them and he went back to Makkah and kept on doing what he was doing. He broke his promise.

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Allah gave the Promise of Allah so my ability to get him in

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reverse allows him abroad. It says Yeah, so like most the province a lot of the Somerset law you will they will meet me in January number 10. It says unbeliever is not the person that will be beaten from one hole twice. It put your hand in a hole that has scorpion or snake in it and he got into trouble and you put in it and it's like we have some people who put 10 times actually getting into trouble so let's ask them I said a believer is smart. Shouldn't be in trouble twice from the same place. Yeah, you got the lesson from the first you know,

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event. So the prophets Allah sama executed so people know that yes, also Lhasa Lhasa is not an easy person to economic cheating just like that.

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He put all kinds of precautions and this is the best way to live. It will show kindness to people but put a lot of precautions not to be cheated by by others. May Allah greatest good and traffic and be with us wherever we are in the horticulture media field.

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He shouldn't, he shouldn't live that life because he's going to remain depressed. Even like anyone nobody likes you don't want people to like you trust me, a person will be depressed in life. Because Allah subhanaw taala did not create us to live alone.

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We are social.

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If you were to stay alone, even in thinking you will be depressed you'll be in a state of stress and you cannot survive like this. So that's why I opened the door. You must have people that you are with and people that you think about it think about you love them they love you go like that because you need us. I cannot survive alone. You cannot survive alone. Nobody can survive. Yeah.

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Look at look at look at us here. Get get me perfectly alladia Look at us.

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This book was printed by the

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Josie this laptop was from somebody Mikey's.

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Ramadan is using the camera by itself. Is there anything that you made yourself from all of these things that I see in front of you? You're the producer.

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Imagine if we're alone, how do we do all of these things, cooperation will never be you don't have anyone to cooperate with and you cannot do everything alone. You will be depressed.

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You will die out of depression. So that's why living alone is very dangerous. Very dangerous. Scholars mentioned that shaytan approached those who are living alone more than those who are having others. That side. Yeah. So that's what I'm saying to live a life that you don't love anyone. You don't agree with people to love you or you don't allow people to love you. This is very dangerous life.

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So just leave the issue open in the way Allah subhanaw taala prescribed that people live natural, you also should live natural I also should live natural you know

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everyone should live naturally you know the way Allah Muhammad Allah provided a system then inshallah we will enjoy life that so this is what I was referring to earlier that we shouldn't live a life where we don't love people and they love us and we don't open the door for a lot. You know, we close we closed the door for everyone who wants to be friends with us.

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Like grant is good until he can be with us wherever we are in college a million Kafeel Subhanak Allah Mohammed cashola in Atlantis I prefer to be late Solomonic.

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