Lessons from Hajj Takbeer of Dhul-Hijjah

Mirza Yawar Baig


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And then on the results I should have had them here while he was heavy humanoid robot

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whenever there's this one of the Forgotten

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Sunan of Newsela This

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is the Sunnah of

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making the duck beer

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of the hija allowed.

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Normally you will see that in the aim of the series, we do it after the eat the three days we do it, but it was a synthesis or seldom to do it in all the 10 days before it also. So this is narrated from the practice of Abdullah numero de la Noma. About whom say the Ayesha Siddiqa. Alana said that I have never seen any of the Sahaba follow the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallaahu Salam as closely as Abdullah I've never.

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And it was his practice, that as soon as the first of knowledge as soon as the moon was sited, he would recite that we are allowed, and he would go into the marketplace and people would follow him and they would recite it again and they would raise their voice without the fear of a loss. Right and so let us do that in shall and continue to do that. Not only after the Salah Afters are also but even otherwise, when you're going somewhere wherever you don't have to shout but recite the Vedas. Allah Akbar, Allah, Allah.

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Allah Allah Allah, Allah Akbar, Allah, Allah Hill Hampt. Now when we do this, and we recite it also let us try to remember the meaning of it. And let us try to allow the power of this survey to enter our heart and into our lives. You're saying Allahu Akbar, and you're saying it three times Allahu Akbar Allah for Allah, but what does it mean? You know what it means the issue is to see let it enter into our hearts. And if Allah Akbar enters into our hearts, what must be the state of our hearts? It will be a heart which fears nothing except Allah.

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Because if Allah Akbar is in the heart, then that is a heart that fears nothing, no anxiety, no stress, no worry, no nothing. Because Allahu Akbar.

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true belief in Allah Akbar is to free yourself from every form of worry, every form of stress, every form of fear whatsoever, because all the musculo of Allah subhanaw taala is the mclubbe

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one of the teaching stories that I remember hearing from somebody who said that they were two people were traveling,

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they were going through a forest and it was time for Salah, so they decided to start in Salah and as soon as this Allahu Akbar, one of them was leading, the other one was standing beside him. As soon as he saw Allahu Akbar, and

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he started salah.

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This was a tiger come into the road,

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and it was coming towards them.

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So the man who was following the Imam,

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he broke his salah, and there was a tree there. So he climbed up to the top of the tree.

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But he saw that the Imam continued to stand there and he continued the salah. And this tiger came right up to the man walked around the man and walked away.

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So when the Tiger had gone, danger had passed. And of course this man Salah also was finished by then

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this other guy came down, and he said to him, how could you just send How could you stand there? I mean, why was it is also Gize when you see something dangerous like that, there's nothing wrong in breaking your Salah, and you know, so why did you do that?

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The answer I also saw the tiger but then I remembered that I just said Allahu Akbar

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the word of the Harima he said I just said Allahu Akbar

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then how can I run from the tiger with this is my flow

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this is my clock

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maybe a tiger so watch.

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So what

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we just said I love Uber.

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And so I remind myself when you

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the reality of Islam

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is beyond the rules.

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It is not against the rules. Please understand, this is one of the biggest

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confusions. When we say beyond the rules, people think that therefore to disobey the rules, okay, that's absolutely oxymoronic. It's very stupid. How can somebody who is trying to reach and get close to Allah

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break a rule of Allah that's ridiculous.

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Beyond the rule means you do the rule completely, but you don't stop with the rule.

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Your Love of Allah takes you further.

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The role of Allah subhanaw taala is to pray five times a day that is the habit.

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This is the boundary. But the one who loves Allah praise more than five times a day. He also praised the Hajj, God will praise rock, he will pray, you know different salawat and then maybe he will pray someone off it because the way to get close to Allah subhanaw taala is through Castro to sudo to make more and more such that.

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So if he's if somebody is bringing the hedgerows and so on, does it mean that therefore he did not raise ourselves and further makes no sense. Son of the Father is the head if you if you don't play Serato further, then one has to question your ear itself when you say somebody deliberately leaves a formula, what is the outcome for the for that so therefore, beyond the rule means to complete the rule whatever it is, whether I'm just giving the example of Salah because this was also this anomalous Salah you always give the the examples of Salah because that was the most important thing. And obviously it meant that if the example apply to Salah it applies to everything else in life

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So it has yet Taqwa is to leave the doubtful to leave the Haram is had

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if you're doing haram also then what is the devil for this? I mean, that is completely ridiculous. So but the one who's mutare not only will he not do haram, but he will also not do something which is doubtful.

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So the time period of Allah agua, must free our heart from all fear. Second thing that a bit of Allah Akbar is, it brings us on to the obedience of Ananda series and I mentioned is because if Allah Akbar then all the karma of Allah subhanaw taala have to be Akbar. Everything that Allah likes has to be Akbar.

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Somebody who believes in Allah Akbar will not even say this particular thing which Allah like, does he like it's more or less these are these things which Allah prohibited? Is it a small thing or a big T? This disobedience of Allah the sin? Is it a severe or Kabira these kinds of questions

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whereas the question is not haram and if somebody is asking the question purely for academic reasons to understand the whole load on something or the punishment of something or the reward of something, it is okay one cannot one can say this is wrong. But if somebody is asking this question, with the intention that he will do the minimum, then definitely that person must question is the man I must question his love for Allah Subhana Allah, if somebody is asking this particular thing, is it mazahub? Or is it for

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then if he's asking it purely to understand the position in the Sharia for this particular thing, that is fine. But if somebody says, That's okay, we can leave it it's only because the app is very big difference between this question or that question. The second question is, what is this only so not only was the app then he is deriding and he is reducing the importance of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam That in itself is a major sin

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that in itself is a major sin.

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So it's not a question of you know what sunnah, you will have to take Sunnah of the of the nebi Salah Salem and to speak about it or to consider it to be unimportant itself is a major sin.

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So Allahu Akbar

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frees our heart from all stress and fear and brings us on to the obedience of Allah, Allah subhanaw taala De La Jolla

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and then the next calamine that agrees La Ilaha illa Allah which reminds us and brings us on to the heat which is the row which is the soul which is the foundation which is a root of this dean of ours.

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Anyone who tampers with that theory, anyone who had to trace it away when with any form of shirk, obviously, this is cutting at the root of our ima La Ilaha illa Allah and then we remember Allah subhanaw taala again in terms of his power Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar, Allah Allah he'll hunt

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and to Allah subhanho wa Taala and for Allah subhanaw taala is Al hunt what is Al Al Hamd is the sugar of Allah and it is the glory of Allah subhanaw taala all praise and all sugar Al hamdu lillahi rabbil aalameen

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So it starts with the obedience and greatness and glory and majesty of Allah subhanaw taala it reminds us that there is only Allah subhanaw taala who is worthy of worship and who's worthy of asking for help, we can I would we are gonna stay in and it ends with

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acknowledging and accepting and thanking Allah subhanaw taala geladeira out of all that He has given us hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen so Allah Akbar Allah Akbar Allah Akbar la ilaha illa Allah who Allah Akbar Allah Akbar when he Hill Hans Salazar Salahuddin Abdul Karim, Allah Allah He was his main article