Mohammad Qutub – Tafsir Juz 29 #28 – Al-Muddathhir 1

Mohammad Qutub
AI: Summary © The history and origins of the Hadith, a movement that aims to portray the spirituality of Islam, are discussed. There is confusion and misperception surrounding the origin of the movement, and further research and analysis may be necessary to determine its origin. The importance of proper sentences in the Hadith and natural language to explain the differences between them is emphasized. The speakers also discuss the importance of giving oneself everything to God and not just try to convince others to do something. The segment emphasizes the need for individuals to practice these practices and achieve their goals, particularly in the face of the consequence of the Deepwater operation.
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All praise is due to Allah Almighty. We praise Him we seek His help we seek his forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil of our souls and our deeds. Wherever Allah guides, there is none to misguide, whoever leads us astray. There is none to guide. Now bear witness that there is no God worthy of worship but Allah Almighty, and the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the slave Servant and Messenger.

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Glory be to You, Oh Allah, no knowledge have we accept that what you have taught us Indeed you are the unknowing, the unwise,

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open our hearts and our brains to the Noble Quran and make it an argument for us and not against us on the Day of Judgment in sha Allah. And may Allah subhanaw taala increase us in faith and knowledge of the Quran

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and make us of those who implemented in our life in sha Allah.

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Brothers and sisters, today we will start in sha Allah sorted

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by the will of Allah

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Allah Most High says Allah will live in a shape on a gene

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can be worth it

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your while

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while you're on big

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fi novel you see,

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or the surah is the one who is covered up covered in a garment.

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This is

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the surah that is similar to the previous one in terms of the way Allah subhanaw taala addresses our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again he is addressing him by the state which he is

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most of them being covered up. Okay, though the words are a little bit different. This surah also Allah Allah is fully American surah.

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And in fact, according to a good majority of Scholars is the first

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or one of the first tours that was revealed to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi

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wa sallam and there is an authentic reason of revelation for this surah also

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and this hadith is in Muslim

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urban advocacy reports that he asked

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about what was first revealed of the Quran

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he said all the shrouded one or the covered one meaning Yeah, you heard what

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I said that one or recite the Quran

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is first

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his first

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job is said because now he refers to

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he said the hola onset, I am married thing to you that when he was asked this I

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told them I asked Jasmine the same question and Javis reply was the following. I am narrating to you what was married to us by the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, I stayed in Hara for one month.

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This refers to the period of seclusion that Prophet Muhammad wa sallam used to engage in even before the prophet of God right or before receiving the message of Allah. He says and when my stay was completed, I came down and went into the heart of the valley. Somebody called me aloud. I looked in front of me and behind me on the right side and on my left, but I did not see anyone.

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I was again called and I looked about what saw nothing. I was called again and raised my

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Head and they're on a throne in the open atmosphere

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was Djibouti Elisa sitting, you can imagine as a panel on the site of Gibreel, Allah Islam in the,

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you know, levitating or suspended in the air debris. The creation of Debian is something very great as we know, when Prophet Muhammad wa salam saw him, he said, only one wing of his 600 covered the horizon.

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That's truly amazing. And you will not realize that how amazing that is, until you stand in an open space and you look up, not in the middle of the city, where the skyscrapers are in front of your vision,

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if you can, somewhere near the airport, where everything is open, and imagine that one Wings of Adela is covering the horizon, he sees Gibreel Alayhis Salam.

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And he says, I saw him sitting on a throne, I began to tremble on account of fear. And he has every right to Salalah alayhi salam, I came to Asia and said, wrap me up.

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Right, cover me, they wrapped me up and threw water on me and Allah, the Exalted and glorious sent down because of this, all you who are covered up, arise and deliver warning and your Lord magnified to the end of the verses of surah. And

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this is the authentic reason of revelation for

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this surah.

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here, when you start to compare some of the Hadith, and if you read in some of the different series, you will become utterly confused. Because even from this,

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the question is which one came first, he is saying the first thing that came up

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is the first thing that came sort of

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this is one question.

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And when you compare it to some of the other Hadith,

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you might see that there is an apparent contradiction. Yes, whether you had something

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Yes, but verse.

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But does that mean that the first verses that were revealed to Salem was verses? This is absolutely true. Okay. But we'll see how.

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That's why some

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scholars may have taken the opinion of Satan.

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And they would say that, well, the first thing that was revealed was

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even though the Hadith. Also Muslim about the beginning of Revelation, the Prophet Muhammad Salim is clear that the first thing that came to him was acquired, he says, Man,

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but here,

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he says, I was in * for a month.

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You see where the confusion arises. In another narration hurry, which I'll tell you about.

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he says also

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in Bihar is very similar, that

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you can hear

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about the first surah and so on. Well, with that said,

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again, I'm Solomon Harris.

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And, but here,

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we had mentioned that the buffalo send themselves I was in seclusion in the cave of only not mentioning for a whole month not mentioning the period. And he says, After I completed the limited period of seclusion, I came down, and I heard a voice calling me and so on.

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But here, it doesn't mention that he started to breathe, it just says, But he looked to his right and left and so on, and he saw nothing, then I looked up and saw something.

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So then, one might say, well, this does not seem to be the revelation.

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Now this looks a little bit different than right, as opposed to the first one, the first one of a Muslim maybe a little bit more confusing, because he just says he saw something.

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Gibreel la sala was somebody that was we know from the other Hadith, when we combine the knowledge we gained from them all that it was

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so I went to Asia to the Hadith, they wrapped me up and they poured water and so on and Allah azza wa jal revealed those verses, I can see maybe I never hear some of you saying to yourself, why are we getting into the different Hadith and possible contradictions? Or how to understand and so on? No, my dear brothers and sisters, you

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I mean, it's very easy for you and me to say, Well, I mean, somehow we'll we'll understand the more. If I tell you that your hobbies and you found that there seem they seem to be contradictory, or chronologically you are not able to conciliate between them. Well, yes. Nowadays By Allah's grace, we just opened one of the books of the great Imams

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who tackled all of these issues for us, and therefore gave us the confidence that is required in the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad. If it wasn't for the deeds of these great men, you and I would not have this type of Unshakable Confidence in a hadith. Some

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require some thinking and analysis to try to understand and to show how they are conciliatory, and that they are not contradictory. But nowadays, you go you pick up a book for even Vimeo or even hedgehog or Ruby, or whoever else.

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And you might find the answer right there. Well, let us you were in the situation before the answers were there. And that started confusing people about the Hadith. We need to learn these things we need to at least let us try to do the job that they did. They had such Unshakable Confidence in the Hadith, the prophet Moussa Salah that they gave their lives to studying them and comparing them and analyzing them and understanding them, and thus gave us these answers, which made everything seem perfectly logical and understandable. So let us do this at least for a little bit. Okay, not that once you find something which you don't quite understand, you start doubting and wondering, is this

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authentic or not? We claim that everything we are talking about is authentic, right? If something is weak, we're going to not refer to it, we're talking about authentic, it's all authentic, yet we are trying to consolidate between them. And the nouns gave different answers.

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The answer to this.

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The first

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verses that were revealed to Prophet Muhammad, are indeed, similar because and this is clear from the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi, WA early he was similar. When you look at the different Hadith, the Prophet SAW Selim, you realize that this incident of the revelation of sawdust and wood, this

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is the incident that occurred to me, after the periods of pause in Revelation,

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the period of pause and Revelation, there was a pause in the Revelation After

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clear, the first thing that was revealed after that

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is slit and

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Other hottie, you can find that very clearly.

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That also mentioned the revelation of certain witnesses, where the Hadith tells you that when Prophet Muhammad SAW Gibreel,

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he said, I saw the same angel that I saw the first time in *.

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That is a clear indication that this incident of the revelation

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is after the first incident. But then there's still a point that picks you and that is the saying.

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I stayed in * out for one month.

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And when my stay was completed, I went into the heart of the valley to the end of the verses.

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Maybe God is to

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Baraka Luffy This is the answer of Imam even harder, alas, alas.

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Maybe he used to go, we know he used to go once a year, okay, in the month of Ramadan. So, the first incident of going to the table was the was the time when he got the revelation sort of,

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or at least the first verses of

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that later on, he again went during that pause and revelation. He also went to cave of Hello again, that it happened again. It wasn't only once that he necessarily went to the cave of Hello, and during that time and during that stay and after he came down.

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He again possibly received

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these verses

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of surah chapter six was revealed after the pause in Revelation, and why Okay, so it's possible even that time he used to go and used to seclude themselves in the cave of

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And with that, everything becomes perfectly clear

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the answer of Jabil

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possibly that he meant, it is the first chapter that was revealed after the pause in Revelation.

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There is another Hadith

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narrated by an imam Bharani, on the authority of seven.

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is the known pagan as enemy of the Prophet SAW Salem has invited police to some food. And he started saying to them, what do you say about this nonprofit in Finland and some of them said He's a magician and other studies and soothsayer or fortune teller and other things of that nature. And you will find this possibly in many of the cutscenes but this hadith will Lakota Allah Allah is we

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is not an authentic reason of revelation of sorts. I gave you the authentic reason,

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cause of revelation for this chapter. One may wonder, okay, so the first version that came out was one because then there was a pause in the Revelation. How long was that pause in the Revelation? There are different things, many different opinions amongst the scholars.

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The maximum, they said,

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was between two and a half and three years.

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Some Imams flatly rejected that, and refuted that it cannot be as long as two and a half or three years, okay.

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even higher shooters of the opinion that it was about 14 days.

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There's the famous narration of

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that it was just a few days, okay. And this is also supported by many of the Imams of Hadith, and Sierra and so on, that it may have been just a number of days, or that it may have been 40, or something along that nature, Allahu taala.

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One may ask what was the

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wisdom behind the pause and Revelation? So here's, here's this, this magnificent events, where Prophet Muhammad wa sallam finally received the revelation from Allah subhanaw taala. And Allah azza wa jal has only sent down His mercy in the first Quran that is revealed to him, that will then be transmitted to the rest of humanity.

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After that, and after he went home, and he was afraid, and he wants to see the detail of the law. Then there is a pause in the Revelation.

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And you can imagine how difficult that was for Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wasn't easy to deal with that.

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They've been hasn't lost. Colin, he claims that the wisdom is twofold. Number one, so that the fear of probably

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will decrease

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his when the first revelation came to him, he was rattled, and understandably so. So in order to mitigate that fear, there was a pause in the Revelation. The other possible reason that he gave

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is so that Prophet Muhammad Salam would be excited

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thirsty for more revelation.

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And that's why there was that pause in the revelation of the Quran. Was that the only problem the revelation or whether other pauses

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there were others? Do you know, one that you can tell us about?

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Okay, and then how long was the pause?

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That's correct. That's another answer. The verses in surah. Right? When the Jews, the Prophet SAW Selim three questions, and he told them, I'll tell you tomorrow and he didn't say in sha Allah, right? How long was the pause?

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Two weeks, 15 days, right? That's because he didn't say inshallah we were plotting in sha Allah.

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They said, I'll tell you tomorrow, he was so sure he will give and receive the revelation. But he didn't say in sha Allah and that's why you resigned as

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well. That's really saying.

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Don't say about something that you're going to do is tomorrow, except that ALLAH will. So that puzzle is just in

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In any other puzzles

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there is another pause also. Maybe we'll keep that for homework.

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There's another pause in the revolution

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Then there's another question to be answered also, bear with me, which came first sort of elitism or sort of

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majority of color sense sort of said was revealed first.

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And when it was revealed, first,

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one of the reasons they gave is the hadith of about

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in that,

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in the end of the Hadith, it was mentioned, that hadith

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the NOFA, will be Allah Han. And

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the famous story right?

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After he was seeking to know, the Hadith mentioned that it was shortly afterwards that the Nofal dies. And then there was a pause in the resolution.

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So it's almost like he soon after the revelation of Accra, and going to the November Milan and so on, then there was the positive revelation and nothing was mentioned about Quran being revealed in between. So this is

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This is one piece of evidence. The other one

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is the fact that that

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sort of thing was done, men did not require the public to do any warning.

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Or to to give the message to anyone yet.

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In the sort of thing was Zuma later on, as we spoke about previously, Allah,

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the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was not me when you can live in and leave me and the ones who disbelieve

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leave me and the disbelievers. What did they have to disbelieve? If he hasn't worn yet? It means necessarily, it must have come after Surratt.

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as we are coming, the first instruction was

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get up and worn.

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So possibly after that warning,

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then there were ones who disbelieved and therefore lost.

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Leave me and the disbelievers

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clear. So this is another piece of evidence, what to say came before is because in the instance we're mentioning now, which is after the causal revelation, because all sudden them said that's the only that's the Rooney cover me up, cover me up. But the first one mentioned that even better

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than me loonies and Maloney.

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Therefore, they said,

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came before and addressed him as

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Allah Tala. In the end.

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It's not that

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significant which one came first, what is significant is that both were revealed early on. Both of these sources are some of the earliest chapters that were revealed to Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And the interesting thing is that one of them is calling on him to do jihad.

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The jihad of calling to Allah subhanaw taala did you have warning people did you have of mixing with people with jihad?

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Transmitting the message of Islam and this is the ultimate Jihad and the ultimate striving. And the other one is instructing him to perform jihad of his soul. And that is the jihadist worship and the jihad of peons, and standing up in the middle of the night to pray to Allah subhanho wa taala, both of them of the

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two of the great forms of striving in the way of Allah subhanaw taala whether in our or whether in worship, and this is very early on, in disciplining the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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building his character, of course,

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is already ready to receive that message.

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Before he didn't have the same enthusiasm, he didn't have the same activism, whether it was regarding worship or when there was regarding Dawa and both of them you will find

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they start out

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It's with

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Get up, stand up, no more sitting, no more sleeping, time for relaxation is over. It is time to get up and strive in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. And he does so

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May we all be sacrificed for him sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he sacrificed every second of his time, after these instructions, get up and get up and worn. He got up, and he didn't sit back down. By Allah, He did not relax for the next 23 years, striving in the way of Allah subhanaw taala in worship, and in Dawa, and in jihad, physical in the way of Allah subhanaw taala. So that this religion can be transmitted perfectly and properly as Allah subhanaw taala has instructed us so that you and I can receive the message pure as it came to him Salah Valley. And if it wasn't for that jihad in all its forms, as well as the Sahaba may Allah be pleased with him that them that were one

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of them. None of this would have happened. May Allah azza wa jal reward him on account of the whole

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from the love audio early listen.

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Oh you who is covered up, the one that is covered up

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covered up in a garment, the one who is sleeping,

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or the one who is at least.

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Of course, he covered himself up after we after this revelation. As we know, after he saw debrief, he went back he was afraid he had every right to and he said that Iranian he was covered up and then these verses were revealed or you was covered yourself up, get up and worn.

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Finally, the instruction to get up and to deliver the message. This is what caused many callers, including Evan Tamia and even cathedra after him and

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others to say that this mill levy is what

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gave him the status of profit,

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that he became a prophet with the revelation of and he became a messenger with the revelation of wood.

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And of course, this is taking into account the opinion that a prophet is one who is chosen by Allah subhanaw taala, but not necessarily to deliver the message and

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the messenger is the one who is chosen by Allah, Allah and instructors to deliver the message and we spoke about this before we said how scholars differ about the definitions and the differences between the definition of Prophet and Messenger this be upon them.

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For you who covers up covers themselves.

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when we talk about the sound,

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these are the nouns of

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the covering or the garment. In fact, the thought is usually referring to the thing that comes above the clothes not the garment itself.

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But the thing you cover yourself in above your garments like a blanket or something of that nature. And this is why proper sentences in the beautiful Hadith and natural shower.

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Shower shout, oneness with the thumbs

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and follow Of course he prays alongside and so many Hadith, right. And one of them, He praises them he said they are

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the direct clothing that you wear this

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guy garment or the covering that comes above the garment so he's basically saying

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the support is the support is in Medina.

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The immediate garment that covers you and

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we extra covering the comes above you. So it's saying the first garment the more important one that covers you

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covers you from being naked from

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being exposed to others is an unsolved you liken them to the immediate garments that one wears. This is the thing that covers that comes above the garments or the clothing immediate clothing that you are wearing.

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Yeah, you hang with best fit.

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in itself

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gives you the meaning

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of getting up striving of putting effort of not being lazy. The time for sitting and sleeping is over. And that's why you'll find that some of the books have survived

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how authentic it is

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to say

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that the time for sleeping is over, okay? Of course the meaning is correct. The time for sleeping is over. There's no more time to sleep when she would,

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you know, take care of yourself, rest, relax, and he will tell you, there's no more time to rest or relax. Likewise, my dear brothers and sisters,

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I say to myself and you, there's no time to sit back and relax.

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It's a time for doing something for ourselves in this religion. Get up.

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It's amazing that we these instructions, Muslims remain lazy.

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Muslims remain sitting back and relaxing. You may say, Well, I'm justified to relax, because there's never been in a better Islamic situation than it is now. If that was the case, I might go along with you in your arguments. They almost doing excellent. So we can sit back and relax questions we got the

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situation normally

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almost never been in such a bad situation. Where's Islam? Where are Muslims? Where's the rule of Islam? Do you see it anywhere? Yes, there's so much to do. This is not the time to play. This is not the time to relax. Get up. Write your book. Write your article.

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Go and do your Dawa. Make your inventions manufacture what ever you will manufacture that will help them

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get up and achieve

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and accomplish. They always waiting for you. They only needs you.

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where's the where's productivity? And what is the product? Timothy Subhan Allah have one

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say Arabs or maybe a Muslim youth Bailey two hours a day? Or is that too much the time where they are productive in their work, or in their studying for whatever it may be.

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Muslims are the first people and shouldn't be the first people to be active

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and to be involved and to accomplish.

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No time to sit back and sleep and relax for 10 hours.

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half a minute. You might as well. You slept for 10 hours.

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In that case, if you live for 50 years, he's actually lived for 25 because she was sleeping the other 25.

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Brothers and sisters? What's going on? Where's the Muslim?

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gets up and

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one people, that's not easy at all? How many people have you worn in your day?

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It's very easy.

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Because when you warn, you are basically saying I am correct. I have the truth. It's very different than the type of Dawa where we say

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this in Islam is that Islam is beautiful and so on. Great. This is fine. But

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they commonly we don't get ourselves into a situation where we are trying to tell the other person look.

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You are not on the right path. And I warning you Okay.

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When he heard this, yes, he started Warning, warning.

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Warning those who are

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around him not his relatives yet. Those who are around them of the first Muslim.

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Okay, the people who were with him in secret. Were in Dallas. These are the people he's warning. And he's teaching. He's warning them of the hellfire and of the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala. Why? Because the warning of the immediate relatives came after the other injunction in sort of a shout up.

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told him what

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he can do Appleby and warm your immediate family or close of kin, those who are around you. after that. He went and he got up on

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the mound and he started calling

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openly. That was the period of

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the hour as opposed to convert.

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And at that time he started warming. And

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as we know, the famous Hadith, he got up and he said, Yeah, Benny

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rescue yourselves from hellfire.

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These are his friends. These are the people who praised him who loved him. Maybe now they will hate him.

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Save yourselves from the Hellfire Allah hookman. What is Muhammad saying? He was just with us for the last 40 years, a normal human being, all of a sudden he's selling many cars.

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Save yourself from the fire, you have any more than save yourselves

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to the end of the list, and he says also, yeah, Danny Hashem, and he says, also

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rescue yourself from the fire.

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This was the response of Prophet Muhammad to the instruction.

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Or other this was immediately after,

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is a general statement that is telling him to get up and towards, even though the immediate response of these two that was to the people who are who had just accepted Islam, I'm with him, right. But the statement is general meaning before you are not a prophet, you are not a messenger. Now you are a messenger of Allah, chosen by Allah subhanaw taala. To transmit the message of Allah.

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You must warn people,

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you say, this is the only it's still as a general statement applies, that he is to warn all people of the Wrath of Allah, Allah and the Hellfire of Allah subhanho wa Taala and of the Day of Judgment, that very severe and harsh day and so on. And likewise, my brothers and sisters, you and I shouldn't do to follow the Prophet class I learned in his Dad, get up and call people to Allah subhanho wa taala. Otherwise, we are not doing our job in following prophets and his way of

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the rise and Warren

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and your Lord, glorify

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glorifying Allah subhanaw taala in every way.

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The immediate idea may be that this means to say Allahu Akbar,

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that may be one of the meanings, that it is related to Salah that it is the beginning of teaching him.

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That may be correct, but it is much more general than that.

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Make Allah subhanaw taala the glorified glorify him, make him the biggest, the greatest of all, in all of your affairs.

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That's not easy brothers and sisters.

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Just these two words,

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if you and I can implement them in our life, I claim our situation will change.

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Make Allah the greatest thing in your whole life.

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A simple example.

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Take example from your life is the greatest thing in your life. was ever hands greater than all of the things that you and I are busy with in the dunya when you are faced with a situation, where is this either the displeasure of Allah or the displeasure of people that I know this happens to me sometimes on a daily basis, whose displeasure

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Are you satisfied with? And whose displeasure Do you seek?

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Do you eventually choose the displeasure of Allah as opposed to the displeasure of people's then Allah is not the greatest thing in your life. You have not

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even this instruction

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and make Allah the greatest thing in your life. He is telling.

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The greatest thing in your life is your Lord Allah subhanho wa Taala the greatest and if means is above all, it means the number one priority. It means that you should give everything to him. Give your life to him. Everything else should become slow

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and diminutive in comparison to Allah subhanaw taala this is a way for me. When you feel people like you feel the

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difference between people and between the Lord of all people. How can you compare? How can you fear the same, much less that you fear human beings more than fear Allah, Allah. Isn't this the situation in so many cases where peace

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will choose the displeasure of Allah, rather than having them be displeased with me, my work, my family, my relatives,

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my friends, what will they say about me? Do you fear a loss? Or these people? Do you fear what people will say about you? Or do you fear that Allah subhanaw taala when furnish you

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make Allah azza wa jal, the greatest thing.

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This, make him the greatest

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in all of your affairs,

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and in all of your situations, and indeed, this is what Prophet Monzo Selim did. And this is what you require to build his confidence in the rest of the dollar. Why? Because what is in front of him, is the greatest obstacle that he has ever faced in his life,

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as a human being, and that is the dollar the call to Islam. And that's why he writes me he was surprised when I could have been no fun.

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To him, Your people will exile you.

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This is very disturbing. He lived his whole life in the best way, you're left you, you have lived for the past 40 years next to your neighbor, treating it in the best way. And all of a sudden, you are required to do something that will make him hate you That's not easy.

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Why? The truth is difficult.

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The truth sometimes is sour.

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transmitted the truth of Allah subhanaw taala the final testament to all of humanity in the Quran. This is not simple. One obstacle, what's less and this is this applies to all of the messengers, right? In that sense, they all had to

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surmount that obstacle. The obstacle is the obstacle of people hitting them because they were transmitting the message of Allah subhanaw taala. But even more so in the case of Prophet Muhammad Salim because it is the final message. Salado

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Yes, he needed that confidence. Though what is in front of you is very good at you.

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It is going to become very small.

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Your eyes when you make Allah subhanaw taala the greatest thing in your life. And it will be the same My dear brothers and sisters for you and me. Yes.

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About this time that we live in that whoever is patient with their religion. It is like the one who is holding on who is holding on to coal.

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Can you hold a piece of coal in your hand and grab it and hold on to it.

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Indeed, this is the example of those who are patient with their religion in this time. We also need these instructions what a back of a cab this. Make love the greatest thing in your site.

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The one that you fear the most in all of your situations.

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A simple example if Allah subhanaw taala is great in your perception. Allah subhanaw taala said about the believers that they are the ones whom when Allah has mentioned to them, their heart trembles Allah.

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Just one day hear about Allah. Or when Allah has mentioned in the Quran, the heart can make Allah the greatest thing in your life, the most beloved thing in your life, and everything else My dear brothers and sisters will live will become this small, you will start to see everything as small, like a bunch of flies.

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It's nothing because all you care about is the pleasure of Allah subhanaw taala. All you care about is that Allah subhanaw taala is pleased with you and happy with you. And that you are indeed obeying Him and you are away from everything that would bring on his wrath. What a backer. This, this is the ultimate Subhanallah in

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of course you notice that you may be

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you may be there's no buzzworthy official but you believe that with all your heart and you are worshipping Allah,

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Allah, but making him greater than everything else is this

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And these meanings My dear brothers and sisters, is what the prophets Allah Allah you early were Salam was transmitting to the Sahaba of the Allah.

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You asked me what did they learn for 15 years? How long have we had this sepsis? Three years, approximately,

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that Allah subhanaw taala accepted and help us to continue

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was 13 years ago someone was instructing them and teaching them, what

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was he?

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Was he teaching them? How

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was he teaching them?

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He's teaching them

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make a mother grant thing in your life.

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This is what he was teaching. Look at Muslims today, all this income

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is religiosity, that is the outward appearance,

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the beard, the, you know, how short the the this data is, or the causes are or different other things? Of course, a lot of missiles, we have neglected, there's no question about that, and we must implement this.

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But at the same time, how can there be people Muslim Subhanallah are taking care of things that are related to their outwardly appearance.

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And then you look at the hearts and the hearts of black.

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They do not appear

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from the Quran, or from prayer or worship. They don't worship

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Subhanallah this was I was teaching them for for 13 years is teaching them

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is not only teaching them in terms of the academic form of Arcada, the three different types of Hades and things of that makes no it's about making a love and greatest thing in your life.

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Yes, what we need, first, we need much more

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13 years to learn the Quran, to learn.

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Allah is the greatest thing in your life

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than you and I need much more.

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These deep meanings and values of Islam,

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we lack them, the owner lacks

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a lot of our religiosity is no longer the religiosity, that public thoughts especially in that early period

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and your Lord, glorifying what the

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and your clothing purifying,

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make your clothes pure.

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That may have many different meanings. And in fact, the scholars

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have spoken about many different meanings for this one.

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The opinion of an academic

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is that you should not wear your clothing

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as a result or that you should not clothe yourself

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from that which is unlawful or sinful.

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So this is one of the meanings don't wear your clothes

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from some

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provision which is unlawful or sinful.

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Imam Qatada

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understood it to be metaphorical. And so this many of the sellers by the way, and another opinion of the law, he said, what the

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meaning purify yourself of sins.

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Because the Arabs used to

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when they used to refer to a man who would break their promise or renege. They would call that person someone with dirty clothing.

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That person's clothing is dirty, meaning they do not they're not true to their promise.

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And if they were true to their promises, they would say that person has clean clothes.

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So he took it as metaphorical so that many of the sellers also

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seven Kafeel mentioned that an Imam Hassan Buffy also took it metaphorically to mean refine your manners.

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the clothing the garment is part of your outwardly appearance.

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The thing which covers you and represents your outwardly appearance with other people are your manners. Your manners

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are the medium between you and others? What's the

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meaning purify and refine your manners? And indeed, this is a very beautiful meaning a man would

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make right your deeds do righteous, good deeds with the burqa.

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said it means they took the actual

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meaning for the parents meeting and that is surefire close,

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purify and clean your clothing, clean it with water, okay?

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They said that the pagans used not to clean themselves. So Allah subhanaw taala ordered them to clean himself, and to purify and clean clothes. And this is the opinion that the man of injuries, poverty also supported.

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Even though he said that many of the self, if not most, took the metaphorical meaning. What

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if you were to take both meanings, they're all beautiful, the apparent meaning of purifying and cleaning your clothes,

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and the metaphorical meaning of purifying your mind and your heart and your cleansing your lips.

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purifying your manners and the way that you treat others are both very important.

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And both of these meanings of how they carry the meaning of cleansing, and the deeper meaning of cleansing, meaning of cleansing the soul and cleansing

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oneself of

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if you think brothers and sisters, the apparent meaning, with the lack of cleanse yourself clean your goals, you take that as something

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obvious now.

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But in the private profit,

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this is a revolution.

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This is a revolution.

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This verse was revealed

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in 16th and 17th century Europe,

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it would have been a revolution

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clean yourself.

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They know about cleanliness. They considered it in something

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to take a shower too frequently.

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And that's why some of the sciences and some of the authors

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say that we play

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that they suffered was because of their lack of interest and concern for hygiene, personal hygiene, this is a revolution my brothers and sisters what the other couple only add according to the opinion

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it is a revolution they will be saying the pagans used not to clarify themselves, they used to not cleanse themselves, they wouldn't be exposed to

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other impure substances and they would not lend themselves at a loss can

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be different than them clean yourself clean and purify your clothes. And this may also be in conjunction with

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the beginning and the preparation for him and his own for prayer. Because you need both you need

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you start the technique.

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And in order to pray you are required to be pure, right to be pure in terms of the the ablution and to be pure in terms of cleansing and purifying your clothes. Right? What happens if you find impurity on your clothes during your color? What do you do? And you are able to remove it

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what do you do?

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If you aren't able to.

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But after you remove it you've already finished two units of prayer.

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What do you do? Do you start over?

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Do you have to make up the to Okay, so you agree with me you're not gonna stop prayer you're just gonna remove it.

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Are you going to compensate? The lack is where there was an adjuster or no? Yes. No.

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Yes No.

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Why not?

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But regardless of that, you were you prayed those two records

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and purification is a

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condition before you start prayer right.

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Difference of opinion I have heard regarding de vida

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with vantage of something Yes.

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I have heard some policies you have to repeat this

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COVID does something different. But the Hadith the Prophet Muhammad wa Salam is clear.

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When he was praying, and he found the dasa, on his sandals, right, and he removed his sandals, and he did not repeat any of that. And others have also removed their sandals in the middle of the prayer, as we know, right.

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Of course, they weren't required to us we know because he told them later that I was told by the brain that there is impurity. So this is the proof that you don't have to repeat it, even though purity is a condition for prayer.

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And this is one of the important meetings, and it's surprising brothers and sisters, that the Islamic Ummah is not taking care of its hygiene and cleanliness. Though of the very first verses revealed the Prophet was looking for bias.

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The importance of hygiene and cleanliness is coming from the very beginning.

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How can Muslims then not be clean? Even in the masjid?

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It is absolutely unacceptable.

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Absolutely despicable. To hear the

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people have cut their nails

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is that discussing? Or

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do you cut your nails and throw them on the floor of your house? I asked you by Allah if you do raise your hand.

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What do you do with it?

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So it's in the trash?

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What kind of

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tech can be of Allah? Yanni? The person who throws their nails

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in the masjid in the house of Allah, does this person hold Allah

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in high stature

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when he does this to his house? And he doesn't do it to his own house? Where's

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where's what's the

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importance of cleanliness and hygiene? This is sick brothers and sisters, that someone can cut their nails and do it in the masjid.

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It's one thing to do it outside on the street. But then the Messenger of Allah knows in your own house, if you're going to do it. Now some Allah will lie when the man told me there's worse.

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They found nails on the carpet of the Imam.

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what's going on?

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What's wrong with people? Are people stupid? Are they dumb?

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are they selfish?

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They don't care about the house of Allah. They don't care about other property dirtiest

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should be the cleanest people.

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Their houses should be the cleanest

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and most hygienic, they shouldn't be smelling the best.

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What's the other cup? Is this an injunction an instruction about the importance of hygiene and cleanliness, my dear brothers and sisters.

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But as we said Subhanallah some of these beautiful meanings that we have in our religion, we ourselves are not implementing, and other people are.

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Some of the scholars say that even Jabril Salam wa sallam will do in this very early stage, because we know that the Muslims used to pray even in this very early stage, though it was only two phase a day right one in the morning and one in the late afternoon or early one before the sunrise and one before the sunset.

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So for that, also, they must have done and this may be that beginning. Okay. The specifics we're talking about? The general injunction was indeed.

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What's he have a couple of the only verse that refers to purifying clothing.

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Even though as we said, the hadith of Gibreel teaching the woowoo this early on, is a Hadith about which the scholars have and some of the more modern scholars have declared that hadith has happened.

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even tinier refers to the importance of cleansing one's inner self

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and one's outer self also, the only one referring to this if he was giving the example of people that he has, say a scene that is truth in his lifetime, on two opposite extremes.

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As we see today.

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And as usual, the best start is the happy middle of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, they gave the example of people Subhanallah, who were so concerned

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about cleanliness on the outside and cleansing themselves of Nigeria. To the extent that it may have become worse

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from the whispering of the shape pumps, they went beyond what is required in this stuff every now and then wiping themselves cleaning themselves maybe going to the bathroom spending too much time in the bathroom and things of that nature.

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And you find this so concerned about their outward appearance and hygiene, especially their purity from boo, boo, boo boo and so on. But when you look at their heart and their inner soul under treatment with people, zero things heroes,

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if only they cared

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one fraction of what they care about their outer fears about their inner parents about their heart, about cleansing their hearts, from the diseases of hatred and jealousy, and bigotry and lying and cheating, and things of that nature. And at the same time you find the opposite people who only care about

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me inside some of the people also, okay enough on innovation that may tell you all we care about

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the cleanliness of our souls, that's all just about

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no problem. Don't worry. They might not be that concerned about Mahara. Okay, purification being beautiful, we'll do purifying and cleansing the clothes and things of that nature. As usual, the best path is the middle path my brothers and sisters, purifying the outward appearance as well as the inner appearance.

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Baraka Ecole Dhawan

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will follow the hermana venum from Madonna Mahi with

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any questions or comments?

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Correct. That's another example. Yeah, that's the brothers asking about the big ones going around the cabin. Nick is correct. They used to circumambulate the cabin naked. But that doesn't mean that they didn't. They weren't close but they didn't care about purity. And going around the Kaaba without clothes is also part of their

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the importance of hygiene of the outward appearance and either going around with clothes with dirty clothes, or going around completely naked

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or unacceptable.

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I'm sorry, these

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What's that against?

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These? These?

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I don't know.

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I haven't heard that. But are they saying

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that he's saying that the pagans used not to care, okay about their hygiene and so on. And as we mentioned about

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different places in the Western world, even recently, centuries ago. They don't care

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make it an issue for you to care

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a lot.

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Other questions

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anything else?

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I will give you a small example

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of the importance

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analyzing Hadith,

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and comparing them

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and scrutinizing them. And Allah subhanaw taala Subhan Allah has

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given as one of the most valuable gifts to this ummah, these great scholars who gave their life

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to purifying the Sunnah.

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And this is shows the true love of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it was

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one example that was given beautiful example by Schecter.

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proximately in the fourth or fifth century

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The Jews had come to the Khalifa, with a

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book or some letters that they claim was a letter from from Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And that it was

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a dispensation that Prophet Muhammad wa salam gave to the Jews of Hamer, not to pay the Jizya.

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seems strange, why are they being given a dispensation? Why are they an exception in terms of the disease? So the Khalifa centers to the famous scholar and Imam Al Humphrey will daddy

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know not only for his knowledge of Hadith and his history and CLR, and so on, when looking.

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When looking at that.

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He said, This is a fake.

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This is famous.

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For brothers and sisters, be careful. There are things out there even No,

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don't say well

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who said necessarily, it's authentic. The only two books were the author's claim, of course of the human beings we're talking about where the author's claim everything here is

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our Buhari and

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even the Imams of sunnah, sunnah Tirmidhi Sunon.

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These Imams did not claim that they were putting everything authentic into their books. It's not sometimes enough to just say, well narrated and Sunnah. And that's not enough.

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There needs to be more because some of those books also contain weak Hadith. So he said, This is a fake.

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He says, because one of the witnesses to this

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letter is lolly.

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And wow, we

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did not become Muslim except in

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this year.

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And Hamer was in the seventh

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floor witness

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as a Muslim,

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this is a thick, and the same about Saddam and wild because

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in the 50 year history. So how can he bear witness to this which is signed into seven theory injury, this is the way Allah Allah

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sent these emails with this purpose. In fact,

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in order to pull out all of these fake Hadees

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we're not talking about

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30 or 40, we're talking about 1000s Brothers and sisters 1000s of Hadith, which were literally inserted, literally invented

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by people.

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There were these great Imams standing, they didn't allow it to go beyond them. This is a fake, knowing the chain, knowing men and their history, knowing sila, having such detailed information. This is very important. And sometimes it's good for us also, to do that type of analysis as much as we can. Do you see one Hadith and you see another and you're trying to consolidate between them? Don't run immediately. Yes, you'll probably find the answer and 100 letters is the blessing of Allah you'll find the answer in some books, or with some chick.

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But what if the answer wasn't there?

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What did they do to these emails? They didn't have the answers, they sat down and analyzed and compare them study

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in order to give these answers this the importance of

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in all that we learn and study in terms of missing anything else.

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