Hadeeth – Episode 09

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Hadeeth 7

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah Let's start with Hadith seven my brothers

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love to read it in Arabic but someone might read it as if seven their religion is sincere advice

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walaikum salam yes

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Abdullah Can you ask for a duster please?

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Hadith seven unfortunately this booklet is not numbered.

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We'll fix that up for the next book. When Allah

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Okay, all right if no one wants to talk

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to me when I was in

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Delhi

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sent

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this hadith 37 tonight inshallah we're going to look at the following. We're going to look at

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eye rolling in terms of corneas in terms of the cornea giving a person a nickname, there we're gonna look at the profits concise speech on Allahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And then we're gonna look at this Hadith, which is, the religion is sincere advice.

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And that will comprise of the following. We're gonna look at the definition of sincerity.

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Yes, I've got it. I've got one.

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Okay, can you take it out, please? We're going to look at the definition of naziha

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what that means, then we're going to look at the different types of naziha

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we'll see how to Allah. We'll see how to

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his book, then.

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We'll see how to

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good His Messenger.

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Then, in metal muslimeen. Emma is the plural for Imam

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when I met him, the layman the common folk of the Muslims

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email ask how can you give no see how to Allah?

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It doesn't mean you advise a lot.

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Rather we're going to explain that's why it's very important to learn under a teacher otherwise you can miss understand things. Firstly,

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this hadith is mentioned by

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a Buddha. Yes. Pro Muslim, and AB Europa. Tamimi. vinyasa, dari radi Allahu anhu nebbia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam upon a dino naziha con la man. con la la la kitabi la soli Walia emetine Muslim muslimeen Juan Mata him raha Muslim. This Hadith is on the authority of Tamim even though I was in it, daddy. He said the Messenger of Allah prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the religion is no see ha translated as sincere advice. We said to her Mira sola. So he said Allah He salatu salam to Allah and to His Book to His Messenger and to the leaders of the Muslims and their common folk. Raja who Muslim, Muslim narrated this hadith. Firstly, let's look at

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the Konya and the rook, the ruling behind the name America. America is no data Kenya as opposed to a lockup if you recall. What's the difference?

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Good. The word Konya has Abu and whereas a lack of know like

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acidic alpha rock Saifullah good. That's a laptop. So a Baraka is a Konya. Now, it's Abu rokeya Luca is a female name it shows you the permissibility of having a cornea after a female no problem. No problem. doesn't always have to be after mail. But according to many of the Lebanese today, Lalalalala Heather

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Sarah hi hamdulillah Are you going to be joining us? Excellent Thank you see brother inspector admin. Yes, Mashallah. Helen was Alan Welcome my brother. Like I said,

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it's a pleasure to see new bright faces. So unfortunately, according to many the Lebanese today, no, no, no, you're not allowed to have a cornea. If it's after a female. Let's say she had the Shahada visuals. Right. Now you're allowed a Buddha also one of the great Sahaba

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was called, was named after I said, after a female I will have

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what's Huff's show for

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have sought his daughter and what has also means a lion. So it has two meanings. So it shows you you're allowed to be called and have a Konya after a female You can call me up why Isha because my name. My daughter's name is Ayesha so it shows you no problem. You can have that.

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So that's the kunia. Let's look at the next part of today's lesson the prophets concise speech. You see this Hadith, a dino naziha. Two words it shows you, Allahu Akbar. How concise the speech of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was, he would say a few words a time yet the meaning listens and polls you can take from there are so many plentiful, amazing. And that is one of his miracles. He said loyalty to Java, me I'll kill him of being given concise speech, few words, a lot of meaning. Whereas today, we need to say a lot to mean. A little bit opposite. Sometimes we just want to say one thing, but we go round and round around Oklahoma Stan, for example, once a young boy in the town

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of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he had a pet bird died Rasulullah saw he was sad. He said, You ever made my father know a little boy? Yeah, but I made what happened to your bird. And remember chef a cert from these two sentences, so many lessons can be derived. And he extracted 100 benefits from these two sentence Hadith like pusilla.

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He wrote a book Alabama chef, a Alabama chef, he wrote a book.

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And he mentioned over 100 benefits from this hadith. It's only two statements that are made my father in law. He shows you how amazing the spirit of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was.

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What is it? So among the benefits? Were you allowed to give a child the nickname or Konya like Abu? They said, Yeah, but I met this young boy, he's not a father or anything. And it shows you that you're allowed to give titles to children to give them responsibility. It shows you the permissibility of owning a bird. So all of these Ackermann rulings you can derive from that sent from that very simple Hadith. Amazing and as for the Cooney I forgot to mention, you're allowed as we said to have a Cooney after male or female, like abre Isha or a boy Ibrahim, no problem. And even after inanimate objects

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of ahora right and animal right, although that's an element object, Rasulo one so I live in inventory lab lying down in the machine, it was covered in soil. What did he call him? Yeah, he said yeah, bhatura the father of drop soil dust panel, the shadow like that Hadith. Oh, tough luck.

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So the prophets concise speech. This Hadith shows us how the seven he said a dino naziha. The Deen is not he has two words upon Allah shows us how much meaning is behind the Prophet speech, some Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So let's go on to explain this hadith.

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The word Nazi have firstly cannot be accurately translated to English, because it's a broad concept which cannot be traced in the English language. And that's the problem. Most of the times you can't translate words into English because we're limited in English. However, we're going to try and give you the gist of it. Some use the term sincerity. However, this is only part of the meaning. So that's one of the meanings while it was said.

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So let's look at now see how what does it mean? Among the definition is, as it says,

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sincerity and advice, good.

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That's another meaning of OCR. And also says that it's the opposite of what? Cheating In other words, truthfulness. That's what mostly means. In other words, when you're giving your car to your brothers be truthful. Don't cheat them that line. That's very important.

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In Arabic, the word mercy her linguistically means to purify and clean. If I said Lhasa de la Sol. What does acid mean? Honey, now so to Lhasa, I purified the honey. I made it clean. I made it good. So it's the purifying.

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These are all found in one word, naziha Allahu Akbar. So it shows you that once again, the concise speech of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He never went to the schools in universities that we have today. But voila, he was the greatest teacher. mankind has ever witnessed this panel amazing. He couldn't read yet he could read into situations better than you and I he couldn't write yet. He came with a book that is read by billions memorize by millions. Show me any other book on the face of the planet. That is Mohammed Salah Larsson.

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And we've already taken that this hadith really summarizes the deen for us. This Hadith summarizes the deen why the deen is basically comprised of creator and creation or anything in between

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Now, so the creator Allah, the creation, the aim of the messenger, common folk, and the book of Allah includes all the time you need for your dinner. Dunya covers everything. This Hadith covers everything you need upon. So let's go on to mention what does it mean? When you give no see how to Allah? Does that mean you say Allah? Let me tell you what you have to do out the villa. Let's go for let's go for like the hood. The hood believe that you have cool valleys lm wrestled with Allah.

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Any hamper, or imbeciles doesn't mean you advise Allah Allah is far above naziha is far above. Getting advice is far above shortcomings. That's the meaning of who knows.

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one phrase, when you want to praise Allah, what does it mean?

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sapan Allah Subhana Allah doesn't mean Glory be to Allah now that style limb to glorify and make big and exalt that style lien, or that Kabir Subhana. Allah in Arabic comes from the word sub Maha Sabha in Arabic means naza. anessa means to deem something far above fote. Today, far above imperfection. That's where the witness z came from. Have you ever heard of that name? z. It means he is far above fo and he is almost flawless basically. So subpattern law means a law is favorable for far above shortcoming, meaning he's perfect. That's the definition of perfect no faults, no mistakes. So really sapan a law

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means how perfect is a lot that's what it means.

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So

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when you see the cross of a Christian, what do you say?

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Donald tougher? Yeah, you can say the bill a lot of people do say that a little bit less than for love, but it says upon law. So what How can he says upon a law when you see a cross? We said the definition of supplemental law means less favorable foe is far above shortcomings. In other words, he's far above the shelf that you associate him That's why in the Quran This came in the context of shirk sapan of law he

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usually go You see a lot far above that which they associate so panel law here you'll see phone so as you can see the panel law means how perfect is Allah? If you see something of good for you says upon Allah doesn't only mean when you see something beautiful, or a brother sees a beautiful girl it's panela What do you mean? She belong? Yeah, I'm admiring allows creation of the Bella Laura, you guys brother.

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So now what does it mean to give advice to Allah? As it says in your notes, let's see how to log on to the next page. It involves belief in Allah let's not see how to unlock to believe in Islamophobia is a smell siefert is only here to worship none but him. Let's see how to Allah to obey Allah. Let's see how to Allah what else

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says then your notes

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to remember him constantly that's not see how to Allah

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What else?

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Sure, brother. Yes. No problem.

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Correct love Allah loves hi woody headsets. Allah Allah Allah Bara basically in a nutshell

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to recognize these blessings, that almost you have to Allah, to love him to obey him to have pure airfloss and that's how it connects with the word naziha. Because the word no see how we said one of the meanings is a class. So when you are worshiping Allah alone, you are giving us the heart to Him. Also, you're truthful in your eye better, you're not showing off. You're not doing a full worldly benefit. So as you can see that this definition we'll see how it goes hand in hand with Allah and when you are being alone he doing to Sarah? What are you doing? You're purifying your knifes the skater knifes as you can see, that's when you have to allow me doesn't mean you give a learner see

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when you correct his mistakes I was the biller. Firstly, Allah has no mistakes and to do so is Cofer and to believe so it's good for

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now let's see how to allow What about naziha to his book, what does that mean? You go to the book, look for mistakes and corrected our ability to believe the book of Allah is perfect. That's not the heart of the book. You cannot find a fault in the Quran you'll never find the fault. It's flawless to believe in that and to believe that the Quran is from Allah azza wa jal not from Rasulullah Rasul Allah couldn't read or write. These are his words. That's part of naseeha to the book it says there in your notes naziha to his book includes to believe that the Quran is from Allah, his word, not the word of man. According to your ability to recite read it, practice it, let's not see how to the

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book. Also, to study it, study succeed lessons parables cause others to believe in the Quran. So you're giving down to

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The Book of Allah that's

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very important to defend the protector from any kind of distortion. That in Arabic is called tarrif. You'll probably learn this in our freedom. We believe in Allah names and attributes without, among many things starting

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to give them feel, and the grief, the grief means distortion to change.

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The grief means to distort herefor is to basically change to distort somewhere to change somehow.

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And the history of the Quran is of two types to change what

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the word and the meaning good now on hamdulillah changing the word is impossible. However, there have been deviant sects who have tried like present day bash, they'll say where Allah says in the Quran McCallum Allah who must attack Lima, Allah who the Dhamma indicate is the ferret is the door, meaning Allah is doing the speaking whether Sena qlm, Allah was attack Lima, Moses spoke to Allah, they're trying to negate that Allah speaks of the villa. And as you can, you probably realize that they try to negate many other things. So that's one way instead of Allahu they'll say Allah and that's trying to change the word but a hamdulillah for Quran is protected, and they can't do that.

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So since they can't do that, or they're going to try and change the meaning, or try and change the meaning, or say, yes, it's read like that, but it means something else. For example, a man who lost his temper they love to talk about this a lot. So Nana, Allah didn't rise above the throne is stoic doesn't mean really a stoic means the Stoller. He conquered the throne. Now, when you conquer something, what does it mean? He didn't have it at one stage. As if Allah didn't have one thing at one particular point of time, he owned everything always did always does always will be for Allah azza wa jal, everything that homosexuality will map out everything belongs to Allah, he can't get at

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some of the villa. And he had to, you know, wrestle someone for or something like this. So they'll try and change the word or meaning so that's the HUD if it's not mentioned in your notes, so you might want to add that in where it says no see how to his book, to defend a protected from any kind of distortion. And as we said, the Quran is perfect. And we defend the Quran from the false claims made against it not because it needs our defense, Allah is already going to protect any promise above seven heavens, he's going to do so. We defend the Quran for our defense. We honor the Quran so are locked in on us. That's why that's why and also to protect the Muslims from having doubts.

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And the orientalist try to attack the Quran in many ways. And we've mentioned some in the sciences of the Quran.

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But do they even realize they even realized that the Quran is upon Allah, despite its many of its flawless, no mistakes? And we don't even say that there's one How do we know the Quran was revealed in seven different arrows and we're going to take the next lesson, seven different styles and forms. So it's a jazz enough, it's miraculous enough so that the whole could end doesn't contradict itself in one could end. But we have seven different styles in citations, and they are all the same. They don't contradict the panel in any way. Amazing. And then that's more of a miracle, more of a miracle. You can produce for example, one book that's miraculous no mistakes in it, but try

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producing seven that are all the same that don't contradict each other in the slightest try doing that. That's more of a miracle. So Panama, so just shows you that with that often the carrot that actually adds to the miraculous nature of the Quran, only adds to it amazing.

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And also not see how to the book is to

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not discard it in a way that's disrespectful. So if you have the Quran you have if you want to dispose of what do you do?

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Burn it good. Another way you can bury it. Another way you can discard it. Good to cut it up into tiny pieces like shredder, right? You can shred it, cut it up, or even recycle it No problem, no problem that's disposing it in a way that's respectable. So there are among the ways you can give naziha to the book.

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Now what about naziha to the Messenger of Allah once again, it doesn't mean you correct him. He's perfect. We have to believe that everything he said and did was perfect. You can get a better way. You can get a better way. His marriage tie shafts perfect. His decisions in battle perfect. He's fighting of the kuffar perfect every aspect of rustlers life, we accept gladly and we said hamdulillah no one could have done it better than Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. This could follow attackers who have the nerve to attack this honorable messenger when they are in the gutter of the je Leah, past, present and future have the nerve to look at orsola when these are the same

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people who permit the

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Marrying of human beings to animals. They are the same people who allow same gender marriages. These are the same people who sleep around with so many people. They're probably carrying 101 STDs, the most filthiest of lifestyles, yet they have the nerve and the girl and that's it attackers hula purists insist as well, most disgusting of some of the most purest of human beings upon. They're just jealous haters again, I hate that is all those who are trying to bring you down. It only means you're above them, right? They're trying to bring you down. They're just jealous. That is all. So we defend the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And that's part of North Sea, how to the messenger,

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we defend him when he's attacked, when his honor is attacked once again. Does he need our defense? No, he doesn't need it. Why do we Why do we defend him?

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Allah told us to and to honor ourselves to defend ourselves really. So we do so for our sake, not that he needs it.

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Well, I'm not even worthy to carry his sandals sallallahu alayhi wa sallam let alone speak on His behalf. But we do so because it's an obligation of last placed upon each and every one of us. And his honor came from the heavens, no one on earth can take it ever taken away. No one and aluminum anabolic. He said the one who tries to, to attack rasulillah is like the one who spit at the sun. What happens

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to the sun comes right backs slap on his face. hamdulillah and you never be able to take the beauty of the Sun away. Never. As the saying goes, the barking of the dogs will never affect the greatness of the heavens. So no matter how many times these people may bark, right, not gonna affect the greatness of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So, the show now see how to or sort of La means to honor him defend him to believe in him also, and these are all in United, but I'm summarizing that page for you to honor him, defend him, believe in Him what else

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to call to his

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ways and sooner. Not means shunning better avoiding innovation because that's an insult to the messenger. When you are inventing in the dean. What are you saying? You're saying whether directly or indirectly I know better.

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I know better. Let me tell you how you should worship Alicia do it like this? No. If Rasulullah didn't do it like this, I'm not gonna do it like this. This

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implementing Asana that's really the best way to implement this sooner. And unfortunately, many people they

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they don't do something because it's sooner right is the sooner or after do it. But the Sahaba will do something because it was the exact opposite to us. They would say so manna wattana we hear and we obey today's we say we hear and we delay and big difference between us and the Sahaba. So let's see how to the messenger includes belief in him

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to believe he was truthful all the time. So a lot has I mean ever lied. Even in Jay Hillier, he wasn't to be truthful. That's why I had asked all the Roman King when he interrogated Abu Sufyan. He said, Tell me about this man, Mohammed and Abu sufian. At the time was what?

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Again, if it wasn't a believer then and I was a fan was the enemy. What did he say? When he asked him? Has this man Muhammad ever lied? What did he say? No. Although he was his enemy, it was a perfect opportunity now to put something on the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. However, this quality of truthfulness was so outstanding in the Prophet, he when his own enemies could not deny it. And that's very important, my brothers. If your own enemy admits something from you, it means that quality is outstanding, as, as the other would say, and how can they be other truth is what even the enemy testifies to. It's a nice, truthful, he never lied. They couldn't, they had to admit it. So

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Heraclitus said if he's never lied to the creation, he's not going to start lying to the creator now. Doesn't make sense. If he's never lied to the people. How's he going to start lying about Allah He knew deep down that he was a messenger of Allah.

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So this is all part of I'll see how to the messenger to believe in him that he was truthful and he's Prophethood and that we defend him.

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We honor him.

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We follow and implement his sooner

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and we call to Easterner very important. All of those are part of OSI how to is missing you as I'm just summarizing this for you because I mean that's pretty much the gist of it. What about know see how to imagine Muslim in what is I imagine Muslim II mean?

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Yeah, so I've taken messenger, the word ima is plural for

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mmm

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memes at Arabic English, put it together Imams, just send this right

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shakes. No, it's actually my Shea horseshoe. So plural of M M is M. So M is plural for m m what is an Imam? The Imam in Arabic

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is a good one.

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A coda is what? now called the Corolla comfy rasulillah iOS version of the cinema OS was called we're in Ebrahimi Kara. Mm. And

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Abraham was an email meaning a codeword a coda is an example. That's also as well in Arabic, an example. And the Imam.

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The example can be of two types.

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It can be

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a leader, like an Amir, or a scholar.

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Island, Sharif, one of the two.

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And what does the leader do?

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He puts into practice what the scholars say. Like I mean, what meaning the leaders of the believers, right. So the scholar he makes evident.

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He clarifies what's in the Quran and Sunnah. And the leader, what does he do, he fulfills it.

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So both of them, both of them, get the title of Mm hmm. The leaders of the Muslims. So

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we have to give them advice. When they fall into error. They make mistakes. No one is above the area, not even the scholars, not even the leaders. If they fall into error, we should give them advice. Now the question is how is

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Yeah, some scholars said it so we cut it, but I see your point. Yes. That's true. The only times I would receive advice, there is an authentic narration where once he said, listen and obey. And one man stood up said no, we're not gonna listen, we're not gonna obey what

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he said, Why? He said, You've give everyone one garment, I see you wearing two garments.

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So he said, I'm not going to enter this. My son I'm delays, son Abdullah comes and explains why his father who was a middle Romania at the time had two garments. Why?

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Because he was a tall man. And he said, I gave my father mine panela even a minimum of meaning and how just he was not the law. No, he didn't even take an extra garment, although he's entitled to it.

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So yes, some say that story of the woman was weak. And Allah knows best could be authentic could not be but when Ahmad would accept the advice, no matter who gave it to him, but the leaders of today, so called Muslim leaders of today, right? Arab rulers and kings, you set up the law. That's it, he'll imprison you for life and destroy your entire family of Allah. So the question remains, how do you give the nasiha that's very important. So no doubt we all agree. Anyone who makes a mistake apart from the Prophet salaallah salaam needs to be given advice needs to be corrected. However, a lot of people earn themselves in how, firstly, it says in your notes, one must have good intentions.

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Plus, we said among the definitions of the class of one, we said among the definitions of naziha is to be sincere and truthful. So you're not doing it to put them on show and to put them down. recency, you're correcting them for the sake of Allah. Secondly, calmly with respect, you don't go up to that chef, wave your hands in his face. I also believe that how can you give that foot to a cafe, as many unfortunately brothers are doing, whether it's on social media or otherwise, making the creator of the lemma based on something they think is wrong? Thirdly, avoid being harsh. It's not to embarrass them because you want to correct them. That's the aim. Yeah, polite, respectful.

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That's another point it says it there.

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To give the last point was to give naziha privately and not publicly, generally speaking, you give them privately pull him to the side your shave. What did you mean by this? I don't understand that. Can you clarify, I thought it meant this. Also not to divulge or inform others about their wrongdoings as this may lead to more problems. So if the scholar made a few mistakes, then you can speak to that scholar that shape and correct them, but not to put all of their mistakes on Facebook and spread it like wildfire. Because what's that going to do is you're going to prevent people from taking of the benefit. That's very important, like remember no Rahmatullah Lee. He made a few

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errors. Even enough data, yes. However, he was among those who were from under the pseudonym of Jamal and he raised the flag and better by the tsunami Jima. In fact, one of his only references reference points manager was that, Jeffrey how he made

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A few mistakes Rahmatullah Hello he, he heard he made mistakes. we clarify those mistakes, we don't follow them. But no doubt is from understandable, Jamal. And by mentioning these mistakes everywhere and every single opportunity we get, we're going to prevent people from taking his great works like a lot of buying No, we're real solid hain and others. That's very important, very important. So we have to be mindful of that. Now these are general guidelines meaning there are exceptions. There are exceptions, for example, giving no see how privately. However, at times, it's needed to be done publicly at times, when, for example, the evil has become widespread. And you need to warn others

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from them like the above, everyone knows about and another deviancy we need to warn about them. That's very different. So it depends on the situation. Sometimes you need to want publicly if the evil has become public. However, first option, generally speaking, generally speaking, is to advise them privately. That's very important.

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Also, some points that I've mentioned that you may want to add this number one, when you hear a mistake from a scholar of a shave, number one, verify it. How many times do we hear brothers say? shave? So as I said, this, in fact, didn't even say anything. A lot of times people ask me, brother, Mohammed, did you say this also nod and say that? Sometimes people attribute things to machines, and people have knowledge without knowledge, or they may have heard something incorrectly. So number one, you may want to add that. The point is to verify that the chef even Sarah, that's very important, verify the scholar even set it. Secondly, after you do that,

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check with the person of knowledge that your understanding of is correct. You may think it's wrong what he said. But you check with the person knowledge. In fact, what he said was right, it's very important to check with the person not just a second point. Thirdly, let's just say you've checked with the person knowledge verified, he did say, he saw on his personal Facebook page that belongs to him, by the way, there's someone else running it, or you heard it yourself from a lecture, then call him contact him and speak with other but after arm respect, and say, Look, you're much older than me. And I wish to clarify this point and asked in a respectable manner, no problem. That's very

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important.

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So as you can see, there are guidelines and steps on correcting the machine, scholars, the leaders and the people of knowledge as for us for

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giving us the hearts of the common folk, that all of us here in this room, the general Muslim, even they deserve naziha. Why? As it says there on the next page, you'll see how to the common folk of the Muslims

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because they have rights over us, and among the writers the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said is to give them advice. Because we have this concept of Allah Allah. Allah, among the many definitions, allegiance association of to the Muslims to love them. Therefore, when you love your Muslim brother or sister, if you see them doing something wrong, you're going to advise them why you don't want them to fall into danger. If my brother was gonna fall into a hole, you can say well, what Yaki? Right something that's gonna homies dunya What about something's gonna harm his Deen? More important, more important, right? Can you auditor?

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Sure enough to ask you can just in the script.

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So we love our brothers and sisters, we care for them, we help them we defend them protect their honor. Therefore, if they do something wrong, we're going to advise them. So the question is, how do you advise them? Same way you advise the scholars Firstly, verify that they said it. Secondly, check with the person knowledge that it's wrong, then you can contact them. And Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam said the believer is the mirror of the believer. And not me no mirror at the moment. Why mirror?

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Beautiful Hadith and we'll end with this beautiful Hadith. Because the mirror, it's going to give you a true reflection of yourself, isn't it?

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In other words, when you're giving us the HA be true, Don't lie. Don't make something up is to try embarrass them. Also, when you look into the mirror, is it going to give you a reflection immediately? Or is it going to take five minutes to warm up?

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merely right you don't look in the mirror and after five minutes you and you're right you see your reflection? immediate right? In other words, when you Muslim brother or sister slip up, try to help them immediately. Don't wait five months down the track. You know he did five months ago. I can't remember what I did five minutes ago, four months ago. So it's best to be to give it immediately and to be true to be true. Like when you look in the mirror. If you've got dark hair, it's going to show you darker it's not going to show you blonde hair, right so you have to be true in your naziha and usually you look into the mirror to fix yourself up to adorn yourself right to correct yourself.

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That's how we are with our brothers. And if you saw a piece of asparagus in your tooth, right, it looked intimidating and leave it there and take it out. Otherwise, you're gonna embarrass yourself. Likewise with your brothers. When you see them doing something, you're going to advise them so they don't embarrass themselves. It could be something minor, right? Like the hour is showing maybe from the background that makes your job. Or it could be something major, like trying to innovate in the religion. But we do so with respect and if you feel you feel they're not going to listen to you speak to someone who they will listen to. That's very important. And also if you feel that by giving

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them No, see how correcting them, it's going to blow out out of proportion, blow up out of proportion, and it's going to create a big fitna, guess what the obligation of correcting them is no longer upon you. You don't have to do it. If the fitna, if you feel a fitna, so when it comes to your father, for example, you father, and you go up to him and you want to advise them about smoking, you feel about doing so. It's just going to cause this huge scene and he's going to explode on you and erupt and probably better not to do it, maybe get your mother to do so. So there's ways as we said the purpose is to correct to correct. The purpose of the poor woman show that's another

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important factor. A lot of brothers when I want to give advice, it's out in the open. Now let's be private educators, not public terminators. Because a Nazi Highland meta for the hat. The Nazi how on the community is a for the handouts or for the

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exposure, you just put that person on show. So there are no doubt etiquettes when we correct other people, let's be mindful of those. For example, in the Quran, Allah has just said whatever he felt he turned away, so use third person as opposed to our best, whatever later, and your solo. That's very important. So there's other ways of correcting as opposed to just being direct all the time. Sometimes rather say no, no, no, no, no, I'm gonna say the Huck bro. No matter what happens, I'm on the hammock. I don't care what happens after that. No, Habibi. Rasulullah wasn't like that. He wasn't like that. You have to also think of the consequences. The purpose is to correct the

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situation, not make it worse. That's very important. And that's why Ibrahim alayhis salam, even though his father was a missionary, Kaffir he was a shaitan he didn't go up to him. He says, Yeah, shaytani Allah, you know, cursed one. mushrik polytheist pagan? No, he said, Yeah, Betty. Yeah, Betty Ibrahim, Ibrahim Ali Salim. We always come to Mila to Abraham and Abraham Ibrahim. He said you have to using manners. Manners is part of the head. It's part of Africa, as well. So LinkedIn, he said, Man, can I you know Billa tauheed?

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Well, Yamanaka folia. Can Hira speak good. As you can see, manners is part of the Hades they said yeah, but he he didn't say Abby, what's the difference? commonly transmitted my father. What's the difference? Yeah, be my father. Yeah, but

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my D respectable loving father because of the tab, the tab is included. And the tab is at the beginning of the alphabet as opposed to the Yeah, it's at the end. So that that indicates closeness, say, my loving father. So because he spoke like that to his father, when he brought him out a son Guess how we suspect him?

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Yeah, but the same things upon Lacey Jani you reap what you sow, ask a lousy job to teach us or managing correcting our brothers and sisters. Me panic, aloha Mohammed, Shadow en la ilaha illa and Mr. Furukawa today

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sent Mashallah. Very good point. I want to another great way to give naskah is why actions. As we said if you feel by going to someone and correcting them, it's gonna blow up out of proportion, then you have to think of other ways. So yes, a lesson one for saying they saw an old man performing Moodle incorrectly. They often say hey, oh, man, let me teach you how to perform Moodle. No, I say show you a little first get out of here. All right.

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So my classmate obaidul. So you just came out of the egg just yesterday, you want to teach me how to perform Moodle.

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So they perform we'll do a front end I said Look, let you decide who is better performing model that has a non performing model. And the man said, your best performing Budo better than me. I'm actually gonna check myself. So you have beautiful way of correcting mistakes.

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That's a very, very good, good point. I

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should have mentioned that.

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Isabela had a question.

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Sure.

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We've mentioned this who can answer who says

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If you feel that you can go up to someone and advise them, what can you do?

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Get someone that can. So let's just say

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Mohammed busy. Are you referring to me? Yeah, that's the person you want advise her, let me show.

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You want to advise me? You feel I can't tell my teacher I feel embarrassed or go and speak to Shahada, right, you can do like that. I'll speak to Chicago's how to talk to mohammedanism. So you can speak to someone else, because the purpose is to correct them. The purpose is to not to put them on tour and so forth. So as long as they are being corrected, then you have Alhamdulillah achieved your purpose, achieve your purpose. And what you can do is humble yourself before you correct them. say, Look, you're more knowledgeable than me. And really am Ajay hell and well, I just noticed this, I could be wrong. I noticed you did one, two and three, I just wanted to advise you because I love

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you for the sake of Allah. So when you come across like that, how can a person refuse Really? When you come across arrogant? No doubt they're going to reject your naziha.

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Yeah, unfortunately. So sometimes people have ego problems. Sometimes it could be from the approach. And at the end of the day, if someone does advise us in an incorrect manner, then let's be humble ourselves. Let's be humble enough to listen to what they are saying and not how they're saying.

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Yep.

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backbiting Good question.

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Good question. Yeah. So if you approach someone to correct someone else, Is that considered backbiting? No, it's not because there are certain situations where a we're speaking about someone who's not considered a zebra and backbiting and LIBOR, LIBOR is basically it comes from the word wipe, wipe.

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unseen, right? And whether I said if I said to harbor Mohammed Ali does Mohammed Wasn't he was absent. So that's where the word Lieber came from, because it's unseen. You're speaking about someone when they're not there. They can't see you. They can't hear you, not around. So the base to talk about someone in a manner that they wouldn't like, even if it's true, even if it's true, if so, Mohammed visiting, he works like this. And he does work like that. Even if it's true if he doesn't like it, no letter mentioned and say, So, are you allowed to go to someone? Yes, if you're wanting to correct them, it's not considered Lieber. So you can speak to a chef and someone else have the

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authority. But what will be a lever is to put it as we said, public notification to put on social media. So everyone can see. We said at times, it may be necessary. Like for example, Hamza, Yusuf, and others, right, so we're gonna smash if

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I said that to our brother, and he gives us more shade. What he's saying, is only joking. But his use of no doubt, no doubt, unfortunately, he's a man who used to be very good. But now he's got really far off the heart. And we have to advise and warn against it, right? And we're doing so in a classroom manner like this. But at times doing on social media may have the opposite effect. So you have to also be mindful of who you are advising, not just the manner but who, some people aren't ready to accept things even today. My brother, he came up to me after Juma and he had a few questions. And then he asked me what he should do. And I said, listen to a lecture on this topic.

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And he said, Oh, yes, I heard this topic being mentioned by Hamza Yusuf. Right, the guy I said, Okay, who do you usually send to? It's Hamza Yusuf. So for me to just say I was a biller, he don't listen to him, like straight away, he's not going to accept they just met me. So I said, Okay, how about you listen to this person, he has a really good lecture on the same topic. So there are ways depending on the time and place, time and place. So the guy basically loves Hamza Yusuf, and he's taking him as a shave. So to come out and advise straightaway I just met, the guy is not going to accept anything from me. But over time, you can work on it. Think of it like a plan, a plan, just

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like when a person wants to rob a bank, robber banker, I'm not encouraging anyone to do that.

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You're right. He was gonna pick me up after the lesson. When you want to rob a bank. You think robbers just say, you know what, let's go rob a bank right now. And they go and do it. No, what do they do?

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Plan, they plan right, they plan probably could take a month, right months on end. So they're trying to break into the vault, months of planning. So you're trying to break into someone's heart also may take months of planning step by step. So we have to be mindful of how we're going to correct others. Now there is 10 minutes to the prayer. So if you wish to go and get ready, you can do that. do that now.

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And consider that that the 10 minute break so we can start as soon as we finish the prayer. So have your 10 minute break. Now if you wish to stay back for a minute or two, ask a few more questions. I'll stick around.

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As I say

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it depends

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It depends. It depends. Now,

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if you always forgot to mention this, but if you're always not sure, always ask people have knowledge. But when it comes to our communities, people can get very sensitive. And sometimes things can get really out of control.

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Before brothers go correcting mushrif, let them ask the machine first. Maybe the machines are doing it privately. That's very important. Like for example,

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sometimes machines come from overseas and they've got particular tendencies to follow particular ways. A lot of the times that Michelle speak to them when they come here, so we have to be mindful of that now when it comes to correcting people of knowledge or without and so forth. If you're ever not sure on how to do it, and why you should say, always ask the people knowledge. They'll say, Okay, do it. Go ahead or Don't do it. Don't do it. Like there was a man by the name of Morrison LaBelle. Anyone heard of him?

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Good Hamdulillah, many years ago, probably around five, six years ago, he was very popular in Sydney Tao needs to be like so called chef, but this guy was a magician. And he dealt with gin. And hamdulillah Michelle found out about him. He would ask you How about Nana check phase, I'll probably tell you the same thing. If I can remember him, but muslin Leben. This guy was a shaytaan when when his dad got out, we had to open the on the main EBIT on the hotel bar dimension. In other words, people are going to go to him. So see how it depends. But if a person's doing particular acts that there's difference of opinion, or it could be better, and you're not sure, always ask the people of

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knowledge if you want to mention names. That's very important mentioning names.

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Okay.

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Okay, very good question.

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Okay, let me answer this is a loaded question, but inshallah we'll try and finish it before the time. Firstly, reciting surah Jason over the dead.

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So he's asking how, what about if your relatives want to recite surah gesehen over someone who's died? What do you do? Because

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Okay, firstly, firstly, when people pass away, this is a very, very emotional time to come start correcting people at the time of the burial in the funeral. Have you been most of the time people aren't going to accept and they're going to just say you're a filmmaker, the person just passed away for Cornell and let us do what we want to do is to come and correct and advise and give no see how usually I'm not saying all the time. Usually, if you're not in a position of authority, when a person has died, okay, people are emotional, they're not going to accept what you're gonna say. Best to correct from now. teach people now not when the fitna hits when they fit the hair, it's very hard

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for people to accept very hard unless you're in a position of authority. That's different. Like for example, when a chef Mr. Pharaoh mohalla is to Shiva, whether nozaki Allah hada inshallah he was martyred in the past of Allah. What happened? A lot of people didn't know what to do with the price autogen So should we not Alhamdulillah the machine spoke up and they said, No, no Selectric janessa on the Shaheed therefore people handed and they listened. Why because there are people of authority, but there are others brothers are trying to tell their family members because from his family, now we can pray law. Sure we want to pray, let him pray. better pray the difference of opinion on

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praying on if he was if he wasn't a [???]head, then no problem. So we have to also be mindful of the situation and the time, if things are really heated, right to throw the monkey wrench in, you're gonna really know it's adding fuel to the fire. Secondly, as opposed Now, what about the issue of reciting surah to seen over the dead? There is a hadith for this. Where Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a crow soldiers in Allah Mata could recite surah Jason over you did?

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Nothing Well, I never heard of this before. This Hadith is deemed weak. It's a deemed weak Hadith by the random and the Sunnah. And many have deemed that weak. A chef nurserymen said if this hadith is had sorry, if it's authentic, what does it mean? So firstly, we say it's a weak Hadith. But if it's authentic as a meaning to it, Rasulullah said recite Surah tessina, lm otacon. What is that translated to mean?

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Your multicam is your dead ones, right? But multicam the word multicam is doesn't mean dead. It means dying ones that haven't died yet. The proof for that is another Hadith where he said Latino multicam La la la la, encourage your multicam whereas multicam dying one's not dead to say La la la la. Because logically if a person dies, say La la la la la la la what's the point? So it means multicam here doesn't mean dead. It means dying ones. So the same word multicam was used for the hundreds of soldiers in so if it's authentic, we said firstly it's life. It means

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While they are dying, recite sort of just seen on them to make the soul come out easily and so forth. But we said it's weak so we don't act upon it. But But if a person deems it so here they have a dilemma, they want to do it, then what it means is while they are dying, so let the person they believe they have met where they believe it's authentic, no problem. But the issue is usually people that understand that like that they usually recite it

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after they've passed away. And that's wrong. That's definitely no we don't say, we don't do that. Because if the Hadith was authentic, it doesn't mean that doesn't mean after they've died. Now as for group, they don't act when the person has died. No, we don't do that either. That's not that's an innovation during the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Wasn't he the most sincere in advising the ummah. And then he kept for that matter, most no doubt, if this was going to benefit the dead one, when he told us Surely, but rather, he said other things will benefit the dead in the metal insert in auto and a lemon says, when a person dies, all of these days are cut except three among

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them. One I don't soil here the Rola the righteous child making Drop, drop benefits the dead not reciting of the Quran. However, some of them have said what you can do is individually citation. And the condition is it's from the son or daughter or grandchild, they can recite individually and intend the reward goes to the father or the grandfather. So what are the two conditions

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individually,

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and they were a child or grandchild that want to recite, and they're of the opinion way they give the reward of the good day to the deceased? One. There's an opinion for that, but not as a group know. The two conditions were What?

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individually and child or grandchild? Why what's the proof? there's a there's an ayah. While a silly insanity lemma. Sir, man doesn't have except when he saw a story for your children from your striving. When you raise them, no doubt they are you, you've strove in raising them. So therefore they're from your striving. So there are elements that what they do, you also get a reward. That's the that's the daelin. So in summary, select a scene is over while they are dying, if the Hadith is correct, not when they passed away. Secondly, you don't recite as a group, not on as an innovation. Thirdly, if you're going to recycle at some random event, as soon as it is individually, only the

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child or grandchild, and also very important, my brother, you have to be mindful of the situation. It's very sensitive when a person just dies. So you have to be mindful of how you correct try to educate your families now, before someone passes away. encouragement

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really depends. We can't give one answer for every situation, because stopping in May may cause a big problem. But if you are in a person of authority, where you can stop it, and now listen, yes, but if you're someone who's young, and they're not going to listen to you, and they don't really take your knowledge anyway. If it's going to create fitna No.

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If it's going to create fitna don't stop it. If it isn't, then do so as we said, You can't give one answer for every situation. That happened without

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him and the person that didn't want this.

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All right, if that was he corrected,

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to be corrected and pushed him out of the way. There you go. So he's got his answer.

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hollows hamdulillah at least he tried. He done the right thing.

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There you go.