Karim Abuzaid – Virtual Seerah #12

Karim Abuzaid
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of mixing kinship ties and being true in order to receive a job. They emphasize the need to be true and honest in order to receive a job. The speakers also mention a book and a tour in Thailand, as well as the importance of being true in order to receive a job.
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Allahumma salli wa sallim wa barik ala Sayidina Muhammad in what are the early he was happy he was when he Omaha meaning why Allah Manitoba home BSN in Elijah Muhammad in my D respected brothers and sisters in Islam. Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh.

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I'm your host, Kareem Abu Zaid and this is a live broadcast.

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We're actually coming live to you all the way from Denver, Colorado. And we know that we are reaching out to many people. And today as you could see from the background, we have the virtual CLR that I believe I'm sorry, the know your messenger series,

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the virtual CLR of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa aalihi wa sallam and today the respective brothers and sisters in Islam we are at lecture number 12.

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Virtual Sierra know your messenger that's the name we chose to

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talk to have for this series, which we present every Tuesday and today we're dealing with lecture number 12 brothers and sisters in Islam.

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Let me first welcome some of you will give you some updates on the competition on the online school building. I have some good news for you and then we should be able to cover our lecture inshallah. So we have sister Mohammed she's always Mashallah

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number one out there in the in the list sister Oh Mohammed nalani would you?

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Halima Gemma Ibrahim sister Holly Marie combs Sara? sisters shut off from Sri Lanka Have you been up from London walaikum salam wa Rahmatullahi wa barakato show I welcome salam o Alaikum to our fan from England fan from England. waalaikumsalam Welcome to La Habra cattle, and we have our brother Abdul Wahab from Toronto walaikum salam, O Allah, our brother in law group from Pittsburgh walaikum salam wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Aha, Kimani come, salam, Ali.

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Hello, Lee walaikum salam from Columbus, Ohio. Yeah, it's always nice to know the where you from, like I said, brothers, we were more of a family now since we started that virtual Canada teachings Mashallah, I feel like a lot of you are more of my

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brothers and sisters and

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you know, and I'm really appreciating that so much because the same people out there, which stills me a whole a lot. hamdulillah

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our dear brother from Texas brother abubaker, Mohammad, may Allah reward you, brother.

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Rihanna Hanif

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salaam aleikum and our sister, Rahim, our local sister Hema Taylor. How are you Sister hemo Ali salam, our dear brother from England brother Muhammad Ali. Muhammad, our sister. I never got your number

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it's my admin I guess is the one to play in. Can you please text her my number?

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I tell you something. Why don't you call this number after the show and I'll pick it up the same the same phone line here 303-500-5101 after I hang up, just give me like 1015 minutes and call and I'll pick you up What about that? So this way I'm clear on this sister holly jolly. I can't wait for the ledger. Yes, we cannot wait to inshallah.

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I think we're gonna do two more lectures.

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Well, tomorrow, you're gonna find out we're gonna be talking about hat

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which is related to the ledger and also one more lecture in the night and I will do the, the

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My admin said, she said she sent you the phone number on your

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messenger in your messenger. So please check this out.

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So inshallah, this week we're gonna start on Friday, I'm sorry, tomorrow, so lots will hatch. So candlelight. It happened accidentally, I never planned it imagine. Our next chapter regarding the higher aim is chapter 22 which is happened to be salted hatch, so hon Allah and inshallah we'll we will take our time explaining it in sha Allah be delighted to Fufu from London walaikum salam wa rahmatullah wa barakatu Welcome Welcome to foo foo. I don't know what to do. Who is that like? make tough make tough inshallah. Our sister Ramadan walaikum salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh This is a smile. I'm sorry. This is brother it's good to have you brother. Smile. We have a new face here.

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Jean Nova Michelle Solomon Wilson Wiley who stumbled over the label I get you're very honest about your name Mashallah. We have a blood all the way from Philippine Masha Allah. She speaks Arabic and she or he speaks Arabic and he's saying I'm watching animal shahida she I guess

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known as

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Mr. Botha so she is watching from Philippine

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and we have fo z while yquem salam aleikum wa sallam, Sharif Minh, Pittsburg, Masha Allah Muhammad Good to have you.

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Welcome salam wa Taala who want to get to know my salon.

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Melanie, would you everybody in sha Allah, sister, she sent it. Now a machine where can I found the book? Oh, the book is not out yet. It's the I'm giving you an update in a minute in Sharla regarding the book with the light on, sister Samira bohan walaikum salam wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. Good to have all of you in sha Allah beetelite Allah

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let me make the announcements and then or should we start and make the announcement at the end?

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What do you think? I mean, Can somebody tell me quickly what do you think? Should we just start the lecture? All right.

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Okay, let's just start the lecture what about that, because the announcements are you know, a more exciting once we are out there inshallah.

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So, this is the virtual Sierra, know, your messenger and this is lecture number 12. And brothers and sisters in Islam, I want to let you know that I have really my understanding of the Sierra that we study the Sierra to did use lessons, which are

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relative or relevant, relevant to our time.

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The Sierra is not a fairy tale is not a story is not and that's a big mistake there. Yes, I think overall, you should know the events. And you should study that to your, your comprehending the events of this era, that you know what happened.

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But every generation of Muslims should go back to the Sierra, not only every generation, every local community should go back to the Sierra and bring out

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what can help treat the condition. Like you're going to notice today, I'm going to be dealing with the issue you know, lately since the COVID-19.

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People have been talking about

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You know, isolation, being alone.

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Maybe this is what is meant to be that.

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Now, we came to the period of the life of the prophets, the period of the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he himself also

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was unable to change the condition

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and he found his peace,

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his tranquility, in seclusion, and being alone.

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He went to the highest mountain in Makkah,

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called Japan, you know, one of the highest yet

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and a small tiny cave called Hara.

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And he decided to stay there.

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And he liked it. As we were going to hear our mother I shall have a love Anna saying that he'll be back Lee. He was made to like it. He was made to, to like the fact that he's dead, you know, in that environment, brothers and sisters in Islam. For now, this what invited us to discuss now, today

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we know Islam also is

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living or experiencing or witnessing

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what the prophet called orba

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the scholars called it the second strangeness of Islam.

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Based on Hadith ebihara era of the alarm on insight Halima Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Islam, better arriba

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was introduced when it was introduced. People looked at it, people looked at Islam, and those who practice Islam

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as a strange thing, not a societal norm.

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Look at this, the prophet said, what was I Oh, kariba.

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And it will go back.

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Anyone now who commits to his religion, and I'm certain that

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if I give you a chance to talk, you will say exactly what I'm saying.

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It's the fact it's the reality now

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that now comes in the question Should we do like the Messenger of Allah and withdraw

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from the community or not? You see, that's where we read the Sierra, you read the seal. And and you try to connect these another another

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objective or aim of the Sierra that virtual Sierra, know your messenger is also to refute any allegation, or to remove any misconception

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regarding the character of our messenger service, and because that would be old, his companions, the main intention here, that when people accuse Rasulullah, sallAllahu, Alayhi, wasallam, or his companions of certain things, we also defend them. Likewise, we refute allegations, we remove misconceptions. So learning for us, and that's how men hedge basically, because every scholar, I'm not a scholar, I mean, every scholar people who are bigger than me, but every learn person who presents the Sierra should have his own way of reading it. And this is the way that I adopted because I believe it should help all of us better our lives in Sharla.

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With this introduction in sha Allah, let me

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get you to look at the file here, which we have the know your messenger

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and I'm gonna try to make it a little bit maybe next to me here. So this guy this way, so look at that, I like that I like I like this, this approach here. Let me move out of the way here. The biography of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is six years

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43 Prophethood 23 Prophethood.

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Okay, I broke the brief Prophethood into three stages. I finished already the first stage, we cover three chapters. The second stage we cover three chapters, and we are at the third stage now. The third stage which is right

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Right in front of you, and we're going to be doing.

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We did the introduction last week. And we're going to be doing the first chapter today. And we're going to do part one from that chapter, because we will not be able to cover it completely in Sharla

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talk next

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after, of course, Prophethood there is no such thing called after prophet who I think it should be Prophethood that 23 years which, and we divided based on the Quran, matki Quran medinipur on before Hitler after Hitler. And in each one, we had

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three, we're not going to go through this right now. But we're still dealing with section one, which is the Bre profit who the 14 years. And this is how we broke it, his childhood, his youth, we finished those, we fit, we covered six chapters so far. And we introduced last lecture, the third stage, which is the revelation, and today, we're going to be dealing with the first chapter, which we call in the cave of Hira.

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In the Cave of Hello, and we want to cover two subjects

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to mix or to withdraw, which is better.

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And the second thing is a subject that is promoted by the extreme Sophie's in the Muslim tradition, which is contemplation and pondering and they say that they should that we fabricated Hadith, that if you sit to contemplate and do de facto for one hour only is better than worshiping Allah for 1000 for one month, one one year, I think that's the it's it's it's fake Hadith anyways. So also, we have Muslims who cancel out at the fucker, know that there is a way in the middle here.

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And that, so panela, you will find out that we bring in we're gonna bring up the subject of the yoga,

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some Muslims, now they promote yoga, you know that that

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Buddhist thing that yoga, we're gonna we're going to talk about it, but not necessarily today. But next and what is the ruling on practicing that because in a way for, again, we're but what triggered that to the Prophet isolating himself in the cave to do what? What was he doing there? You're getting that it's all relevant.

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We need to learn from the life of our messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though that period, he was not revealed to yet he was not a prophet yet, but yet, we can learn from his life The inshallah, let's deal with part one. Today, I have a little intro for you.

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And I really want you to toto to understand this, this intro. Before I show you the slide, I'm going to show it to you. But let me explain it to you.

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messengers and profits are normally sent when

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the peak

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of wickedness, corruption, injustice in earth

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and they are sent to rectify to reform

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and the source or the main or the leading cause of corruption you know, what?

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The leading cause of wickedness in the earth you know what the leading cause of the injustice is we have amongst ourselves as created beings, you know what?

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The bigger injustice, the greater injustice.

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What is the greater injustice? Can someone guess? What is the greater injustice when you compromise the right of the Creator upon you?

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in a shilka love whole moon rbwm indeed schilke is a great form of injustice. And that's how

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that's how

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you probably heard me say this before and I'm going to repeat it because I want you to memorize it. three verses insalata room 4041 42 Allah saying what a lovely lady hola como la Donna who created to Morocco who provides so many

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To convert will cause you to die from my ECAM and he will raise you up again in the Day of Judgment. Now comes in the question any of the associates you appoint as rivals with Allah can do one of these for the answer is no.

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In spite of that clarity

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this particular argument is crystal clear, but yet people still compromise the right of Allah upon them, which is a look at the next verse, which is 4041 look at this la hora profesorado film feel better viewable by

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the Horrell facade Oh, Phil bear evil,

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corruption, wickedness can be seen in the sea and in the left as a result of this,

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pay attention here. Normally, in an environment like this, there is a segment

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in the society

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who are benefiting

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they are the beneficiary of corruption.

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The beneficiary of immorality,

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the beneficiary of wickedness

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the Quran Allah subhanho wa Taala call them he given them actually a very special name. The self the self indulgent

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al motora foon

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midriff what can barely come out of seven min public fee arrietty min Nadine Illa Kala moto Rafa.

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fellow hula can Amina Kuru naman publikum Uber key Athenian how una Anil facade if you are a Latina

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whatever Allah de la Vela mu Ma, TT fu fi, look at this.

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fella Maha Suba Sena, EDA hoomin higher lateral Kudo, WA geo Ella man math or turriff tome. Woodruff the self indulgent the one who's after this world, whether using moral means or immoral means he just want to be wealthy that's even on behalf. So again, that's you know, but that's this is the segment who will resist that change which the prophets and the messengers are trying to bring in.

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And normally they become the opponents.

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Sometimes the Quran refers to them by what called al mela, ooh, and mela that the highest ranking in the society that beneficiary

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so they will resist the agenda of the prophets and the messengers. And they will become opponents.

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Like there is the abusing, which is really a small segment in the community like we have now. The abusers those we call those the abusers. We have the most of the Athene that's another Sumatra food, most of our food. Look at those two.

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There is another term which is a lot of The Loon

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that people have not said what to him kalu or no me no laka what that I can out of the loon the owners to follow you when the helpless segment in the community that week. And when Caesar asked Abu Sophia who follows Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam in these 10 questions, Carla Baba, but he said the helpless of the community is all about urusan those are the followers of the messengers. So that other segment, normally they are attracted right away to the message to the messenger because they are the one who experience the negative they are not benefiting. They are they are being sucked. They are being abused by that other segment in the community.

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But who controls the society, the community?

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The first group the small, they design the curriculum for the children.

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They they control the TV

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They control the media, they control the message.

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And that's how they keep what maintaining what they have. And normally, that weak segment in the community are being attracted to who to the message and the messengers. They will not resist the lifestyle of that they've been

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enslaved in for years. And now, these mutrah food, those self indulgent, they end up what they end up, chastising them, actually they increase their punishment.

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Imagine the messenger normally this is the situation where the messenger right before he said, this is the condition in earth. That is why messengers and prophets

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they found they will always find themselves going away, going away, you're getting that. And that's how the prophets of Salaam found himself he found a segment that is eaten up by another segment, total injustice, the right of Allah is compromised, which is monotheism as a result of this mutual rights between the people is infringed is compromised is jeopardized. Now

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I can change it. Then he found his peace, his comfort, and then the top of the mountain and a small tiny thing. These are the slides.

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Allah sends His messengers when there is a dire need to rectify and reform people's current condition. Always the source of corruption and wickedness and injustice is polytheism. When humanity compromises the light of the Creator upon them, as a result of this, they will jeopardize their mutual rights. Allah mentioned this in the Quran in a chapter called the room. Look carefully to the context of the verses 40 to 42.

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Again, I'm reading what I explained a minute ago.

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Why wickedness, corruption and corruption are widespread in society. There is a segment that benefits from this special status. Allah How do you feel to them in the Quran by an mutrah foon, which means those who are self indulgent,

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they lost. They are lost in the pursuit of pleasures, without moral limits or consideration. They usually are the people who run the show. And they control every means to maintain their position. And to keep it the way it is. This group turns out to be normally the opponents of the message and the messengers, when they are about to change the condition of people.

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Sounds good. Moving forward.

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As the most raw food, the helpless people, like the self indulgent abusers, we have almost our food, the abused the helpless people.

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The segment in the community are weak and oppressed, they normally turn to become,

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turn to be the followers of the messengers right away, because they are suffering the consequences of injustice. But they do not have the necessary strength means to change the condition right away. Consequently, they find themselves experiencing further abuse. In fact, the oppression at the hands of the self indulgent will increase because they are now demanding an immediate change. So the weak ones want to change right away. And that's why they come to the prophet and they say, Come on, I mean, can you make dua? No, you have to be patient. You know, you have to be patient. You have to be patient, it's very important.

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Now, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam found himself living in this wicked, corrupt, full of injustice, society, unable to change it. As a result of this he decided to draw from the community. He started spending time on the top of the highest mountain in Mecca, called the mountain of a new in a small tiny place called the Cave of era, where he could have a glance I meant by a glance at glance to see the house of Allah Mecca Ania. You could actually see the Kaaba from the top of the mountain. That's what I meant. This practice by the way, the practice of this practice of seclusion at the time.

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was out of the norm By the way, nobody would do that.

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They wouldn't do that.

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It's not normally the people who were worshipping Allah, according to the honey fear that we have every man is married like they

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are like Christian like what happened often they would go to an existing message and they would just worship Allah. But nobody did that, that they would go out to the mountain.

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the Arab also they had this culture,

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which really was blue dominant culture or Janya was a famous thing that the mountains and the caves are willings of gin, of demons of devils. So people would not go there. Unless they have a contract with a genie do something that that's so this practice of seclusion in a cave. Look at that, that little bit blue. The very last

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bullet at the very bottom here

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was not customary in Mecca at the time, just by the fact that they believe these places are the dwellings of demons, devils engine.

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For you, comes in the question brothers and sisters in Islam.

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What was the Prophet doing there?

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Let's read what is it first, because the Hadith in Bukhari

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but we have to understand what I mean there, because I said he went to worship.

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the Prophet did not have the revelation yet.

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Add to this, we know for a fact that he never adopted the rituals of Christian or Jews.

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So worship according to what

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are identical.

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There is a verse at the very end of a chapter called the Shula.

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I believe it if not I will show you about one of the two. I read that statement for him.

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What can barely cut Oh hyena, la Kuru Han min and Marina macaroon tetap v. melki, taboo walima

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and thus we have or hence we have sent to you gibreel

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commending him to go to you. You did not know the Quraan nor will he man. I'm not sure if Luke was a man or Navy shaver I think

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he said what is meant by a man in this context is a Salah.

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The sn using analogy in what verse when Allah spoke about the Qibla the second verse at the very beginning of the Quran at Jews to say a poo sofa. Amina nasci, Waka delicata Allah, that verse, that verse which talks about the oma being a middle oma womac and Allah julio de I email nutcombe.

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PSN Jani. That's how we understood you didn't know what so what he meant is meaning what Salah

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would be mean both but but the point I'm trying to make because I set up the law and I said what he used to worship, worship according to who?

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worship according to who?

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Let's read here. What did the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam do in the cave? Our mother Ayesha Ravi, Allah Allah May Allah be pleased with our mother Ayesha answers this question. Eliminate Buhari combine the Hadith, where she said in it, it's a long Hadith. And then the love of seclusion, hope will holla was endeared to him some lilavati or suddenly he would go in seclusion in the cave of era, where he was shipped

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for many nights before returning to his family, he would take supplies with him and then come back to hadiza to take revision again.

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Of course, Asia

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used warship.

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But like I said,

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At this stage, the Prophet did not

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he was not a prophet yet, nor he worshiped Allah according to so what did it mean? What did she mean a blowhard? Yeah, look, I love to know how you're commenting on this. Look, if no one said about it.

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About the statement of Asia

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there was nothing explicitly reported about the nature of his worship. So Elias Allah, accept what I mentioned. seclusion by itself, and this is why some of you may read that term that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used to do what the hand knows?

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Kenyatta, Hana

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meenal him.

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What the hand knows, is to stay away from evil.

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And this in itself a form of worship of Allah.

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I love the seclusion by itself being a form of worship because seclusion from people, especially those

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who follow falsehoods, is considered to be an act of worship.

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That is why when you abandon the harem and you stay away from it, when you have a choice, is like a Hitler to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam so what he meant here is he used to

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be in this case just to stay away from from people killing one another from adultery from drinking from

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but again, he used to reflect

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I mean, you're going to set out you have to reflect your look and you you know, you ponder you, you wonder and that we're going to talk about that later on inshallah, in the next lecture possibly be in later on. But this is the meaning of the term look at that yellow between brackets, the handedness

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and maybe this is what the mother of the believer what our mother meant, or of your loved one.

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But you I cannot explain that before. Hadith is a famous Hadith. Howdy Salima Muslim hubiera Islam started like a strange thing. Look at this now, and it will go back how much Oh, indeed, Islam began. Look at that pinky Khanna

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text, Islam

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began as something strange and it will return to being strange, just as it began so glad tidings for the strangers. We ask Allah that we are amongst the strangers. The Prophet was asked Who are those strangers? Look at these three. Look at these three. They are those who rectify when the people become corrupt.

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yonny themselves are righteous when people are corrupt, or they rectify what the people corrupted.

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Both meanings

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and Latina useless una either useless una mer f suddenness. Are we asleep una either faster than this, the two. So they are righteous when everybody around them is wicked, or they rectify what the people turned into

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Those who rectify themselves when the people have become corrupt. That's number two.

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They are righteous people amongst very evil. Many evil people, very few who obey them. And very many who are after them. They adapt them. They call them names.

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The old type of names they just don't like them. They don't like them. That's the sooner that's the way it is. Now comes into question Should we run away?

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That's right here. That's you see, here's what we brought that clip from the life of our messenger Salallahu alaihe salam to do this. Should we run away now? It's obvious that now if you want to practice Islam, if you want to live Islam, you're going to be a stranger.

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You will face challenges. Now should you run away? Let's discuss stage.

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We do have some Hadith which may encourage seclusion For example, we have two Hadith I call it two Hadith and both of them are narrated by obesity to a loved one who one of them is in Sahih al Bukhari and the other one inside Muslim.

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Read eusipco Annie akuna hi euromillion Muslim of random and yet by Shia Fuji bad Mamata will cut your finger within a human and fitted.

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Soon the best property of a Muslim will be a flock of sheep. He takes to the top of a mountain or in the valley of rain feel afraid for fleeing with his religion from tribulations. Elena got it by the way, combine this hadith under a chapter you called it if you really want to understand the under if you really want to know the understanding of the body of the body and that's why it is so special.

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Read how he pleases the German school that are German babble that Columbia book at Babel. Look at this look at this chapter. Look at this chapter Hmm. Escaping with your religion from fitted.

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That's how we understood this idea that you take flock of sheep out there.

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So that couldn't carriage. You know?

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The other Hadith is a famous Hadith, whoever sees evil How did I decide as well, as well, you have to change it up if you can't

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change it, I mean, with your head force here, you have to force the change up if you can't, then Tao, the tongue, who you can, then the heart. But here it is, what why this hadith is relevant to our subject. Because when we say the heart, you have to separate you have to boycott if you're going to go to the heart. And that's the only place you will condemn the wickedness, the evil the injustice, that means you have to build the wall.

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Like the people of the Sabbath did that and they looked up they found them chimpanzees One morning,

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you have to be you can't be around them and say oh, well, I'm condemning it with my heart. No, no, you can't. You can, if you're gonna go, they're gonna use your handle talk. What do

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you have to do?

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You have to wear your hijab. Okay, every time. hijab is a mandatory, you should worry, right? Yeah, come on. Should be worrying if you have to wear your hijab. I'm tired of you. Don't talk to me about that. philos

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set a

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stop Salah. Hello, Mama. Whoa, that's that's where the seclusion comes. But but you can be around them while conducting it with your heart.

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There is a deep abdomen. So it also is the narrator of this hadith. He says in the Holloman anoxia, Allah Danny, in the forest of wickedness which

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entered into the community of Venezuela in that a righteous man would see someone else committing haram as a

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killer, feel a law? Don't do that. And at night he goes and he eats and then and then he have fun with him at night. No, it doesn't go this way clear. For those who hadn't met invited

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by you, the two previous records may advise us to run away, especially being unable to change the evil with the hand or the tongue in our circles with a big or small then the only means is to condemn it with our heart.

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Which also means boycotting and separation from the environment.

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Now, in the other hand, so this is one side, and the other hand we have it look normal, I believe it's authentic as soon as we do blue matters will.

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The Prophet was asked which is better

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to mix or to isolate. He said the one who mixes with the people and he induce patience

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regarding the annoyance

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or the reaction to him enjoying in good and forbidding evil is far better than the one who isolates

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Oh, here's the Hadith Hadith a believer who mixes with people and bears their annoyance with patience will have a greater reward than the one who does not mix with the people and does not put up with their annoyance and Hadith llll Islam Islam started to be strange and Goldberg strange. And then the Prophet said glad tidings were strangers who are those those who rectify?

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So they are strangers but they are trying to do what

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so what is the middle ground here? I guess that's what we're trying to do here.

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The middle ground aprotinin Rahim Allah was asked about the subject. You know, he said

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if you put this here, so I really one explains what I'm looking at you.

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Mixing is sometimes obligatory.

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Sometimes you have to mix

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like you have to pray five times a day.

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You have to mix you have no choice there. You have to mix

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eight Salah. Look at look at this.

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Sometimes it's forbidden when you're called to do evil.

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So he said sometimes mixing is obligatory, recommended, and sometimes that's how long

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basically there is no black and white regarding a religious ruling on this matter, there is no such a thing like you can just say. So mixing is a kind of worship. In the case of the five daily prayers Juma I clips players, Salah to scar, and so on gathering to increase your knowledge.

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But if mixing with others to to cooperate and righteous and piety that's good, but to promote sin or to do harm that is haram. So it depends on the nature of the mixing.

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Moving forward here, there are three elements, brothers and sisters in Islam, once it comes to this issue.

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The ruling regarding the act?

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Are we talking about the five daily prayers? Yeah, you should go to the masjid even if there is somebody out there that

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you know he is going to bother you.

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It's mandatory, the act is mandatory. And a lot of people that they find comfort in saying you know what, I'm not going to go to the masjid because massages are now as well, tripod is active in the society. So we have to look at the act itself.

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Don't tell me it's mandatory for me to go to the nightclub?

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Or to go to a wedding where the people are drinking and music? In order to make a difference? No, no. So we have to look at the act. That's variable number one or element number one, what is the ruling on this act? Do you have to do it, it is recommended, it is mandatory.

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It is disliked,

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then the projected benefits, the most law,

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there will be a benefit.

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Let's talk about other things that you go out there and enjoying good and forbid evil, there will be a benefit.

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But what is the potential harm that they actually get to you? They actually change you. So you decide to go into a gathering where people are making mockery of Islam. And they get to you.

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And you went with the intention of what like you go to Yale, for example, to study Islam, you're in you got to look at the act here. There is a projected benefit that you put but what is the potential harm that they will get to you

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that they will brainstorm you.

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You're getting that. So you have to look at all these variables before you even say yes or no. And normally, you would need a scholar or someone who is

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well versed in the religion well grounded in the religion to help you. Because a lot of these situations, brothers and sisters in Islam are normally ambiguous. Not very clear. And, of course, you can always brace the heart or you can always ask Allah to guide you, you can always do that. But it's always good to consult someone with knowledge regarding certain situations, to

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be mindful, that's the last thing here and we'll be done. I think that's it, we have

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one more slide. The Prophet warned us again is also being alone. And the fact that the wolf will only eat the sheep that wanders off from the flock. So you being together in a community is very helpful. That's why we say a Yeah, cannot wait you're gonna stay that's extremely important. That's why I say you we wash. And that's why salado Gemma is 2627 times more than you bring by yourself. Because when you're out there, you will be reminded you will be if you do something wrong, someone is going to remind you so it's beneficial. Sometimes isolation is harmful as mixing, lack of support, lack of advice when when you error and error and not being in a congregation is very

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harmful because the human being is a is a is a raised that that is lives in a society is not an isolated race, socially. And

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so as long as you're inviting people to the truth, so as long as if you're in that environment, you're enjoying in good forbidding evil you're making that will always in the kinds way you try to be nice, you know, try to be nice, and they are not getting to your religion, then you should do it. Then you should do it. You shouldn't stop. But if you go there and you

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See the harm and you do not speak of it Don't go.

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Or a few girls go there, they get to you, they will change. You don't go there getting there. You're getting there.

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As long as you're inviting people to the truth and always reminding them, it's better to mix in a community where there is a need of Dawa provided that we are patient regarding their annoyance which they may cause you and they will not this will not happen at the expense of your own commitment to Islam.

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In conclusion, brothers and sisters in Islam in conclusion, that's it. Remember that we are the best on my Why?

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You're the best oma because you do the work of the messengers you enjoy what is good you forbid what is evil. And you believe in Allah, you believe in Allah.

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No more messages will be sent until the day of judgment. Yes, we know Prophet Isa will come down to do some work. But really, Allah subhanho wa Taala placed that responsibility in us as Muslims to reform and rectify the condition of humanity and bring them back to our aid to justice to fitness. Hence, it is not an option anymore that we must mix with our communities provided Brava provided that

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we are proactive of our protective I'm sorry, of our commitment to Islam. And we are calling them to the truth consistently. Whenever we see that this is the line that is drawn there in sha Allah. Does that come along? Kayla in sha Allah with this? I have like 10 minutes for your question you can call the full line is showing it on the screen. 303-500-5101

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Let me see. Another thing is the is the sound not clear at all. I mean, I don't want to complain about the sound. I don't know. Hopefully, you guys heard me

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did receive any response. Okay.

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Ask a question before upload. Salaam Alaikum are you doing today? Molly? Okay, ie, what is your question that you asked before? But meanwhile, let me bring in the announcements. The announcements are very simple. Number one, today is the final day to register in the competition. So far, we have 175 people on the line that's out of I never imagined that we're gonna be reaching this number Salam aleikum.

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Wa Alaikum Salam

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ala so my question is the sooner that we make when we wake up in the morning

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when we wake up in the morning

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after anytime that you sleep anytime that you wake up Alhamdulillah Ludhiana. Are you talking about this?

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Yeah, anytime that you sleep, you know, because sleeping is a form of death is a minor death The quality

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is like a luggage.

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Of course, the, the

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we're gonna have until the 31st

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we will review we have one more lecture that I believe series that particular and we're going to start reviewing and also talk maybe a little bit about the 10th day of of the ledger.

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But we will review get you ready for the test inshallah, which is going to be on the 31st if it comes on the 31st I will make it August 1. So this way, you know, we're not going to have you just answer tests on the day for etn inshallah, we'll do that be sensitive data inshallah. We didn't pay attention that this could happen to be EDI. And when we put these dates out there

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hamdulillah Yani, I can tell that a lot of you from the questions that you're asking

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fully committed and learning and

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so brother appeal Mohammed I'm from New Zealand. Welcome brother Lottie Good to have you. I'm always stressed and sad.

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La ilaha illa Anta subhanak in new Quantum navali mean what would you try this de la ilaha illa Anta su panic in the consuming of bonamy?

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Because Allah Subhana Allah said

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fabriquer aquilegia lionni and keep up with the salah and the F car.

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You know, sadness and depression is and don't expect this life that you're going to be happy all the time. We all go through these stages. Yeah, salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa

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Salam Alikum.

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How are you brother?

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How are you?

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Bruce D from Wales, Sweden. Mashallah Good to have you Sweden. Mashallah.

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quite late there.

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I live here.

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Good to have you hamdullah Where are you from? Originally Afghanistan.

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from Sweden

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Mashallah, Mashallah. Mashallah Good to have you to have you. You have a question for me.

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But I wanted to speak in private, but I want to share that

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with you.

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Most of

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you when I saw

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I saw

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What did you see?

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I saw he comes in and now

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the question is actually one of the things that we did not cover.

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And it's going to be in this book brothers and sisters in Islam. It's actually a whole chapter. Can we see a law?

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There is a whole I think chapter three, we never covered it Really? Of course we covered it in this world and the hereafter

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but we did not cover it pertaining to the Prophet.

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I'm sorry, pertaining to us seeing a lot in our dreams. Can we see align our dreams or not? inshallah, maybe I will go over that chapter. Because of your question was do you what about that in Sharla?

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Because I because my English you know, I can't maybe

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just call call me call me call me and

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maybe we talk to

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Okay, inshallah

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in Sharla, just call call me on that number that you see on the screen the same number that you call just call me and

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go to talk to you

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some articles.

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So, remember that. I never discussed this subject on the stream, but it's a chapter actually. Will I mentioned

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Can we see a lot in our brains and what does it mean and so forth? inshallah? Maybe I'll explain it

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in the next video.

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Later so let me go here yes it is not working well the sound Can somebody else confirm because if I mean I think the sound is okay for me

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but it's it's more important for you not for me

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but please Can somebody sent us a message saying well how was the sound is inshallah

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okay appeal I had wanted okay

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appeal maybe stuff like that you shouldn't be doing it in public inshallah you can always ask me in private, but stay away from this this is why you're the breast chef what is the practical way to give that one and Muslims at work? For example

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my job I always say the best way to give Dawa is to

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to sound this fine shift they told me sound is fine. So the sound is good. So Alhamdulillah is to keep up with the salada Brady you know just let people know that you're you're praying and and

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i don't know what kind of work you do my job I think you drive fair enough mistaken because you told me that one time

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you know just stop and pray and that rest areas you know just and always talk about Allah subhanaw taala talk about you know believing

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I tell you something, one of the most attractive things to non Muslims is the hereafter

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as the hereafter

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that that you focus on the hereafter inshallah

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okay he's not successful Come on man be be optimistic. RP a ki Muhammad be optimistic inshallah you're going to be okay man just sang in the July calm Salaam cave holla La Casa La jewel. Good to have you.

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Okay, follow z. shape. What is if mixing with your husband's family who are?

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Well, like I said, here's the thing. You mix, you give them down.

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If you mix without dour without enjoying and go down, of course, pertaining to non Muslims talking to them about the heat. But with Muslims enjoining good and forbidding evil.

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And they don't get to you. You're getting that you're getting these variables. In your case here you have to because this is holding upholding kinship ties. Remember the three variables what is the ruling on the act, you have to be with this family. Occasionally, it doesn't have to be all the time but you have to uphold kinship ties. They have a right upon you. So the act itself has to be done. Now. If you do it, then you have to enjoy and God forbid evil but do it in a nice way in a kind way. You can strategize to that, okay, if we talk to him or to her to thing and maybe tomorrow we'll do this and after tomorrow, you can strategize no problem. You don't have to go until the room to *

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right away. You don't have to do that. No, you can strategize you can build up to the message and they don't get to you. You're getting that they don't brainstorm they don't change you. That's these are the variables that you have to look at insha Allah Hafiz Be yourself.

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Amina Sadiq as our Prophet Mashallah, that's beautiful. That's a beautiful advice I agree. Be yourself be truthful Be honest. Is college impermissible because of the Affordable affordability of Xena and Ria.

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Well, nobody said that you can go to college without committing adultery and rebel will use it Yes. Student Loans Yes, that's a valuable. Please help me with advice I did.

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Okay, another one from Thailand. Good to have you on at eight o'clock in the morning Mashallah. Good to have you,

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Sarah. inshallah, I'm going to share the links with you where to order the book, I'm going to share the links with you and shala we encourage you to share and make an intention because of humbler all of these are going towards the organization helping out in sha Allah sharjeel are all the Allies names and attributes as great as each other. I have heard that ilmainen is the Greatest Name. Possibly salaam aleikum, aka libre cat.

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Yes, actually,

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speaking from the United Kingdom, which really from India and India, and 34 years old.

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I'm still not married. My parents are looking for a match for me, but unfortunately, it is becoming very difficult for my own parents to look for a flight from so my question is saved.

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If at all, God forbid, if at all if I don't get nine for the

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rest of my life, is that

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the wrong way on Islam? Or is that a sin?

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Because I don't have anyone else except my parents. Yeah, I mean are you trying to get married?

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My parents are looking for this guy and you're ready to get married. You're trying to do it

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yeah, I'm ready to get married

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just keep looking keep looking as long as you're trying Alhamdulilah are good in Java.

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If you don't if you remember this, this man who killed 100 souls you know he died we're in the way right? You remember that? His intention is what you see. So in MLM at all metal beneath as long as your intention is to do the thing that I think and

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woman yeah hosemann Beatty Mahajan, Allahu Allah.

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Allah you know if you if you try to do his Allah and then you didn't make it your reward is with Allah because Allah deals in MLM man. And that's why when you intend to be to do a good deed, when you intend to do a good deed Hassan has written even though he did not do it when you materialize and do it, then it's multiplied. So Alhamdulillah you're in the right. Yeah, just like Allah. Allah.

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Well, yeah,

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yeah. sharjeel in Charlotte next next lecture, the last lecture, which is lecture 15. We're going to talk about the Greatest Name of Allah. So we have a whole elmen nan is one of them. Jani, one of the names mentioned in this Hadith, so let's keep that to the very end. inshallah.

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umodel now he can hear us. I usually make mistakes while praying. Schafer never leaves me alone. He never leaves anybody alone.

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I often don't remember the number of records, especially for war and Assa. Amadou just build on what you're certain about, like let's say you're under salah and shaitan came to you, is it the third or the fourth? You're certain about this is the third raw cashew build on the empty eliakim that's how it's done. Maddie Hasson please share the link toward the book inshallah as soon as it becomes available. I will and Chalabi Nila, that's the plan.

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Brother say swatter Fatiha seven times day. I'm not sure about seven times. I mean, who said seven times where do you find that she is seven times shave? college we answered that. I am okay. Yes. inshallah, by the way, I forgot to mention that tomorrow, maximum or after tomorrow maximum tomorrow after tomorrow maximum. You will receive an email you will receive an email from my admin in sha Allah regarding the competition and what to expect and the book in sha Allah be delighted. Alright, tomorrow is the highest aim. Tomorrow we have sought to hedge and I'm going to take my time will show that we had a little bit because this is the season of Hajj. jazak Allah, Allah Subhana Allah

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Lecture 12 _ In The Cave Of Hira` (Part 1)

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