Drunk Brother On Flight In Ramadan

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Majed Mahmoud

Channel: Majed Mahmoud

Topics: Ramadan

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revival Season Two

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Assalamu alaikum. One time while I was traveling on an airplane during Ramadan, I saw a man who was extremely drunk.

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He was acting foolishly and many people were expressing how disturbed they felt from his behavior. And we were told that he was wasted IE drunk. He even started yelling at the pilot to go to quickly leave the gate and let's go, let's go, let's go. May Allah protect us. Once we actually had took off and we are in the air. He left his seat and he started walking and out of everybody on the airplane, he came to me and he placed his hand firmly on my left shoulder. And he said, How are you Habibi? At this point, I was really confused. And I said, I'm doing good Alhamdulillah then I turned around to see if there's a flight attendant who was going to come and repress him away from me. But then the

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man came closer, and his breath was reeking of the smell of alcohol. May Allah protect us. And he said to me the following. I'm a Muslim brother, I shall do La ilaha illallah wa, so then Muhammad Abdul hora solo. At this point, I became really shocked and sad. I know many of you would want me to continue the story. But brothers and sisters, please pay attention and note, you need to realize that many times throughout your lives, you will come by people and by stories who have been afflicted, and these afflictions pay attention can be for example, in one's health, such as someone being blind, may Allah cure our brothers and sisters who are blind. I mean, no, but I mean, and that

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affliction can also be in one's religion, and that's worse May Allah protect us. Now, when such thing happened? How was your behavior? It's not as question is not about how they behaved and so on. Now, what's your reaction to their behavior? Will you be arrogant? Will you make fun of them? How and what will you say? Now listen to this hadith we should also alliance of Allahu alayhi wa sallam has said, this hadith can be found in a tin media and was classified as has been as authentic by L banni. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Don't forget, this is a lot to sell, when the oil Sahiba Bella and whoever sees a person who has been afflicted faqad and then says, and it says

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what Alhamdulillah all praises due to Allah and Lady, the one who the one who did was the one who did the following two things pay attention Alhamdulillah he lady, if any Metallica be the one who saved me from that when she has afflicted you with felony ilac fet nim and calacatta Leila and the one who has blessed me greatly over many of those whom he has created. Whoever says these two statements brothers and sisters, the Prophet says Illa o Vm angelical Bella, CATHERINE MCKENNA Masha Allah aka whoever says that upon seeing an uplifted person, then he or she shall be saved from that affliction. For as long as he or she lives Allahu Akbar, meaning he or she will not experience going

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through it the same way that other person usaw is experiencing it. So brothers and sisters instead of making fun of the person, or for example, acting arrogantly towards them, rather stay humble, be grateful that you're not in their place and say that there are Alhamdulillah hilarie, if any mimma telecabine or for millennia Allah Cathy remember a lot of Lila

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phirni map the lack of behavior for the Rani

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Nia Laplacian protective sisters, please be sure to share this video just like malo haven was Salam alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh