Muhammad Al Bizry – Hadeeth – Episode 15

Muhammad Al Bizry
AI: Summary © The Hadith is used to describe a woman who wants to keep a book as a WhatsApp message. The history of Islam, including the rise of Islam in modern times, is discussed, including the use of sweat as a form of healing and the use of words like "na'ma" and "na[[A." The importance of learning the truth to avoid confusion and misunderstandings is emphasized, as it is used to assert against wrongdoing and negate perfection. The segment also touches on the use of negative behavior and bribery in Islam, as it relates to political and cultural dynamics.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala rasulillah. While earlier he was a woman who had this 13 from the 40, a hadith of Imam and know his book, a lot of I know you, we're going to start off we're looking at the Hadith, breaking it down looking at the meaning, then we're going to look at brief commentary from your book. However, most of the lesson will be based on what I've done for research, because I find sometimes the book goes into

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things that aren't really connected to the hobbies or may

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there's a lot of things that maybe the author didn't want to include because he wanted just to keep this as a summary. But so there's sometimes a lot to be desired therefore, I'm going to provide you with that extra info. So after that, after we look at commentary, we're going to look at a misconception

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that once again that people have innovation associated with this hadith

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then we're going to look at

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profile is sort of slump said.

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Now you may know how to come hotter you have belly or he may have been enough See, none of you truly believes until he loves for his brotherly love for himself loves what what does this mean? What does he love? So we're going to look at what does this mean to love for your brother? What do you love for your sister of course, because in Arabic, the male pronoun includes females. And then we're going to look at brief lessons that we can learn from this hadith itself.

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You'd like to read the Hadith in Arabic and English for us.

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Yes, Lorraine Helen no silent

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Na rasulillah

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hotter your hyper economy scale in this print isn't the best.

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Not only are he

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very good, and Abby Hamza Anna Sydney Malik in radi Allahu anhu, called the mirror su de la he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Allah, Allah Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam Pon la hadoken had, you have belly e ma you have bulleen fc raha Bukhari Muslim Abu Hamza and that was Anna signo Malik so that was his Kenya Abu Hamza

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Rolando and he was the heart them which is the servant of the profilers flips them, hoard them came from Kadima Halderman Arabic means to serve. That's why you have the word Hitman which means service. If you ever go to an Arab country and you have you for example, you get Vodafone there or disallowed to the type of you know, phone provider then it'll say sigma, your service now how many bars Do you have a reception or say cinema? So it's a service

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so even in Arabic You say Are you a man would you like a service so that's what hardy means. So Hajime, servant was up this

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slave so he was the servant of the messenger sallallahu Sallam did not need a servant. No, but why did you have one?

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Correct unless if no malice mother gifted her son to the profile so slim as a servant. So she was a wise woman. It was a gift to her first and foremost because she wanted the reward and also a gift to her son because she knew that he is going to receive personal one on one mentoring, one on one quality time with the greatest guide the profile is such Sam. He'd be living with him and seeing how he'd wake up, go to sleep, eat have breakfast, lunch, dinner, it's zero. So she was a wise woman and that's what unless Malik was among the top there is of Hades. In fact, the first top three is among the top three. The first was a bola and then even Ahmad, and then Anissa Malik Susan, the top three

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Allahu Akbar.

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And one day, this decide point his mother and asuna medics mother arms were named that was the name of the name. She found the profiles for slum sleeping one day as Annie she came to his house to maybe collect her son or whatever the case may be, is and the Prophet was sleeping and he was sweating because you know, in Arabia back then, it was very hot. That's what I would sleep. So she started to collect some of his sweat in a bottle as he's asleep. The Prophet wakes up he said mother does nine What are you doing? can imagine you wake up, someone's collecting your sweat. She said jasola this is from

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puberty. This is from the most beautiful scented perfume that I've ever smelt. And all the Sahaba would testify to this. The Prophet sweat was perfume

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Subhana Allah Yani, if you were the Prophet Mohammed, you'd want to sweat. Today when we sweat, we get embarrassed. We sweating under the armpits, we hide it. We don't want to sweat you sweating. You have a shower. If you're a solo, you'd want to sweat, you'd want it. Now, why was his sweat perfume? There's many reasons.

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Correct? Asante, he's the Messenger of Allah. So people don't perceive him at all in negative light at all. And that's why if he ever needed to answer the call of nature, he'd go so far, the Sahaba said, until we couldn't even see him.

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So if you happen to use the bathroom, make sure people can't see you. And after you're done, then ensure that you also use some air freshener as well. So if people don't, isn't following the sooner, then leave a disaster

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for people to go after you with gas masks off this time. The point is, this is from the sun. They're so proud of the sauna teaches you everything.

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This is everything. And this is what some of the kuffar that tried to attack Islam from this door. They said to one of the Sahaba your prophet teaches you everything even how to use the bathroom. They said Yes, that's true. There's not a stone left unturned. hamdulillah

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but also, why was he swept perfume? Yes. So people don't perceive him in a negative light at all. Because he was sinless, he wouldn't commit major sin. He was mad assume you know, kids, babies that natural babies smell. Really How beautiful is that? I have seen the smell so beautiful. Well life, you can bottle that their natural fragrance you could if you could bottle the natural fragrance, you would take it with you everywhere. Because then I see it. But when we get older, a lot of Mustang Mustang.

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Not necessarily but as humans because of as humans. Because we're Yeah, we commit sins and along, Stan where this has happened then. And that's why one of the habits said if you could smell my sins, you wouldn't sit next to me. And then I understood this concept that really sins make you ugly. Sins make you ugly. The profile is so it's almost beautiful in all forms in all aspects, even his sweat, even his sweat because he was pure. But also the third reason which is more likely to be the case with the relevant mentioned, although the others are correct.

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Yeah, that's true. But also because healing actually Yes, that's correct. Because of what I'm going to mention it's connected to this. Because of his meeting with the angels.

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He'd hang out with angels he jabril Alyssa would visit him regularly. So that way he'll receive it wouldn't just affect him spiritually. It affected him physically. It affected him physically actually changed his physical makeup.

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It actually changed the physical attributes of his being supine a lot, so didn't just change him spiritually. His heart but also changed him physically until the pores of your skin because of you meeting with them regularly. It actually made his sweat, smell like perfume. And another reason perhaps is because he went to the Night Journey, and he went up towards Allah has passed a Sidra, to monta pass the further slow tree. So there's many reasons, all of these combined, Allahu Allah. All of these combined is why, of course his sweat was like perfume. And everything from the portfolio term was listed everything, even saliva.

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Correct? Yes, it changed him. Yes.

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That's right.

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Yes, when he would receive revelation, Eliza gel actually made him stronger because he wouldn't be able to withstand the force of the wind.

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So Anna signo Malik is narrating this hadith. He said that the profile is so too slim said none of you truly believes in Allah until he loves his brother while he loves for himself.

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Now this is a hadith recorded in Al Bukhari and Muslim now what does raha Bukhari Muslim mean and how does it differ from Mata con la agreed upon by Bukhari and Muslim?

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Which one

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with a con la or la bajada Muslim which one is a wedding different?

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This one, good, whatever con la means. It's recorded in Bukhari and Muslim with the same wording and same meaning. But when you read robot Bukhari Muslim machi right here, it recorded in Bukhari and Muslim. It means that this habit is found in both of those books as well but the wording is different. The wording is different. So write that on the board fee.

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Sometimes you might read

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which translators agreed upon meeting by Bukhari and Muslim.

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This means

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that this Hadith, in this hadith is in Buhari and in Muslim

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and it is the same

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in wording

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and the same in meaning.

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But sometimes you have a hadith that is mentioned in Bukhari and Muslim same in meaning but not the same in

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wording and that would be a little wild Buhari or Muslim makia

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narrated by Al Bukhari Muslim.

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So if a hadith is narrated by Bukhari Muslim it says roll Bukhari Muslim done same with Conan a there's actually a difference.

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So it means this

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is in Bukhari and Muslim

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but how

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say meaning? Yes, but different wording.

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So this how do you find the in Buhari Muslim? And because it's ro l Buhari Muslim, you're going to have the same meaning but different wording. So there's examples there in background as you can see,

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there are similar

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similar Hadith but with different wording. That's why it's so hard to Muslim. And once again, it shows you the accuracy of the right amount of Hadith shows you the accuracy, the justice, not your law, they both show and the same with Kunal a

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rabbit or push it under the carpet, it was just accepted.

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Which one which one

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My mom is perfect in Arabic, Mashallah. I can

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read and write.

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So, let's look at some commentary in your notes on page

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68. And 69 goes on to mention that these are Hadith that are mentioned above carry similar meanings, and that is the love for Muslims, what one loves for oneself. And this is a very significant principle of behavior of Muslims with each other. This is what our oma is based on of loving each other having compassion and mercy.

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And on the top of page 69, goes on to mention that

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Islam seeks to remove these barriers that unfortunately, people place in their societies and communities, whether it's barriers of race, color.

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Class is persons of high class, lower class, jobs, status, position, and so upon law but Islam comes to remove this what hamdulillah we are all equal before law except those with taqwa. The more taqwa the higher you are with Allah azza wa jal, and that's something even only Alana's. I mean, you can't even decide. So this is the beauty of Islam.

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And then it says, On the second paragraph of page 69, love me goodness for others is part of loving them. So if you truly love someone, you want goodness for them. That's what love equals. Now love has many of course, components to it and among them, true love for another you love your brother or sister. You want the best for them. Does it make sense to love someone but you want the worst for them. And that's why those who love you unconditionally.

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Mom and Dad, they want the best for you. And that's what they have stated. No matter how much you know, or how high you go, your mom and dad will never get jealous. Sure, two people in your life that'll never get jealous. They'll always want the best for you never get jealous No matter how much you know, and how high you go. They are your mom and dad.

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Anything dunya you get more money, they're happy for you.

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Indeed, you become a scholar. They're happy. You're not jealous.

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Unless the fitrah has been corrupted. And these people have diseases that's different. But generally speaking, the default position on the fifth floor, your parents as apparently you as parents, your kids if they know more than you, you upset.

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You love that? You exactly and you can learn from them. You would love that but sometimes with your brothers and sisters in class, yeah, oh, they know a bit more than me.

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She aced the exam I didn't. I can happen.

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Now even almost it's just by default parents This is how they are. Because of that. The unconditional love a parent has for the child. See true love what it does. It indicates true goodness that you want for another. If you truly love someone you want goodness for them. So part of our Eman is to love for our brothers and sisters will love for ourselves. Why? Because we should love them. That's the definition of a robot. And all the other items that come into play here with this hadith well is to love the believers to love them, which means you love goodness for them. So when Muslims start talking about, you know, the Muslims, obviously they deserve to get bombed, I was

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a beloved, they deserve that our beloved, that you have Muslims.

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Many people say that. That's a sign of corruption.

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Exactly. Exactly. That's another reason. It's a sign of corrupt we lie in the heart. And it's also a sign of Yes. I don't want responsibility.

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can happen?

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The old man general Yes.

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To entertain me. I said when the enemy overpowers, you don't think it's because of their strength is because of your weakness, meaning a law as well as forsaken us? Yes. Because of where I left it in.

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No, it's true. When you leave that when we don't we're not practicing the deen as we should. Of course the enemy's gonna overpower us. But because of the strength because of our weakness because Allah if he's on your side, how can you lose? Now at times Allah made tested believers even though they're on the deen, but if you look at the Battle word, which we're gonna take, when the Sahaba disobey the messenger, what happened? They lost. They won the battle had. We're gonna see today. they disobeyed one command, they lost the whole battle turned because of one command. That's what happens. So let's continue. So that's a very good point in the chef mentioned and the rest of that

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you can read on your own. Let's go into now

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a misconception about this

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profile is for to subset law, you know, none of you truly believe law you mean none of you truly believe? What does this mean? None of you truly believe that you have left Islam you no longer a believer? No, it doesn't mean that. What does it mean?

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Correct. It means you haven't attained perfection and completeness of human that's the misconception.

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So the misconception is that if you don't love for your brother or sister You love for yourself. You've left him and you've left Islam. No, that's wrong. It means

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you haven't

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perfected and completed Amen.

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That's what it means.

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So this law is called nephew and nephew in Arabic is to negate like when you say la ilaha true. You're negating worship to everything and anything in LA LA you affirmative Allah. So this letter is used to negate

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law in Arabic has many purposes. Among the purposes it's used to negate concepts. So this law here is called nephew little family with a mom while his nephew only lay asleep imagine this law is used to negate perfection and completion is not to negate email itself. So rather here this law is used to negate

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perfection and

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Completion of Eman

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and not email itself, you see the difference?

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Here's another problem. A person may say, wait a minute.

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What's your proof of this? What's your proof that this law is to negate perfection of a man and not a man itself? The proof is within the Hadith.

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not loving for your brother or sister with love for yourself, is that an action that takes you out the fault of Islam? Is that an action of a foreigner? It's not. It's not an action that makes you

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sound like cursing a law because universal law which are collections of Kufa, so not loving, let's just say you don't love for your brother, we love you. So if another Do you want something, they don't really want another person to have it. That's not good for Yeah, it's sinful if it's jealousy and hazard, but it's not something that removes you from the fault. So that's our proof within the Hadith itself. Now, a person may say the same person that you're speaking to, they say But aren't you against that will

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you always talking about we'll have a law's names attributes allegorically and metaphorically explaining them it doesn't mean this means that you will have is you're against that when you're doing that we'll hear Firstly, we say, that wheel we're not against that wheel in of itself. We're not against incorrect wheel, we're against sorry, we're not against correct wheel corrector wheel is to seize that wheel which is correct is called the seed. So that will never itself actually means that we're not against the seed and that will in of itself, we're against incorrect that will interfere. That's what we're against. It's when a person gives stuff seed and that we'll have

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something that's not evidence for, for example, to illustrate this, that that will means that seed

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the profile is not some may draft numbers he says Allah hamal Allah COVID Deen why limit that will? Is our law granted numbers and understanding of the religion and teach him

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that will What does it mean you teach him the seed, so that we

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actually means the explanation. So we're not against this concept?

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Because the profile is such a sensitive limit that we our teachers are best of breed. So really correct that when? If it's correct, that's correct.

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And how do you know something's correct? It's based on proof evidence from the ground sooner. But when it's incorrect, that will What is that called? It's not called Tafseer it's not called that well, it's called freedom

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it's called the brief distortion

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and that is based on no evidence

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no proof

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for example, the Hadith will allows you to descend in the last sort of the night they say doesn't mean a lot the sense it means these angels descend I mean, something else to say the Lord's mercy. Well, the profile is sort of subset a lot the sense doesn't even know the word in Arabic for angels Malaika Of course it does. You know the words in Arabic. How can the profile system not know? You know the word Rama? Merci. How can he not know cellulitis send them? He says a lot of sense. If you're going to say it doesn't make a lot of sense you need to bring me proof. Is the Prophet trying to confuse us? Of course not. He's trying to guide us not confuse us. The Prophet is come has come

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to guide humanity not misguide humanity. So, when it's incorrect, that will it's called the hurry.

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Allah azza wa jal, it says he rose above the throne and it's not Allah who rose above the Throne. It's something else. A lot of our ramen allows us to our a lot. Who is the man? It's Allah.

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That's one of our most exclusive names. In other words, it can never be given to anyone or anything. And that's why more Salem Al Khattab was called that guy because he called himself, Rama, Rama, Rama. He called himself a man. And a lot began every sort of barwon with Bismillah R Rahman. So if that's not proof enough, then I don't know what it is. So Allah says, Allah man, Allah, man, right? No, no, it's not a man who wrote something else. And it's no it doesn't mean this it means something else. Bring me proof. So when they distort it, let's cut the head If so, that will that is incorrect is called the height that we're against. And the sooner we're against this,

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but if it's correct, it's called deceit, because the profile is sorts of use the word that we

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so an example of correct that will correct the feed a large variances for either product Khurana first died Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. When you read the Quran, seek a loss protection against the show

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This is sort of the novel, I know it

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was is when you could earn. So that is the other on face value. If you look at this, it means when you read the Quran at hamdulillah America meaning Allah ball lien, I mean, how do we learn administrate analogy? Is that how you know, when do you do it? In the beginning. So based on this I reading it from face value, you'd understand that when you read the Quran, when you're done reading it, then seek a loss protection because that's how it came in the order. But how do we understand this ayah we give the fear of this ayah by saying you mentioned this data in the beginning, they say what's your proof? Easy, the proof is that Alice or slim always did it this way he always did is the

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other first and he read true. You never find a single narration where the Prophet read Quran and in the in the end, he says are the Billahi min ash shaytaan. * so the proof is there. The proof is there. Also, yeah, you were letting me know, either homtom illa seletti false Hello, would you can you believe when you rise to pray, you rise to pray and

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then wash your face for the failure? Then wash your face. So you understand that you pray the new Komodo? No,

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we give tafsir that will have this is how you perform odo before that this ayah means either no wait on a solid when you intend so the word intend is implied that it's not mentioned because it's implied. And what you prefer this that we have said the profile is sorts of never performed selected with will do beforehand will do is always before. So yes. That's how that's an example of correct associate and corrected with so we're not against that we'll we're just against incorrect will, which is in fact distortion. That is correct.

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So the profile is not something where you know how to come doesn't mean you are not believers. If you do this, you're left Islam and you've left you've become a foreigner. It means you haven't completed and perfected your Eman And the word Eman. We've already discussed this and had you had this really came from Amman, which is security and safety because when you have email, you are secure and safe from the punishment of the Fire. That's linguistically and islamically. We said email is of three paths. It starts in the heart. But it doesn't end in the heart. Very important. Emails start in the heart but doesn't stop in the heart. So a lot of people say yeah, a man is in

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the heart. That's true his thoughts there. But then it moves on to statement of the tongue and action of the limbs. So he man is a three parts. Belief in the heart.

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statement on the tongue action on the limbs, that's completely man.

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Because if the leaf in the heart was sufficient shaytaan a place would be believer doesn't have acknowledgement. Doesn't he know Islam is the truth. As you know, the prophet is a prophet. Of course, that's why he's calling his soldiers and his army against Islam. Literally. That's why he's fighting. And he tried to land all of us in California. He knows

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exactly. He even said India have a lot of blood. I mean, he knows in his heart, but he felt like of course the testimony. He doesn't approve it on the limbs, and also a Buddha lab. He had acknowledgement in his heart that also lower he knew he was a prophet of Buddha. He knew many of the Jews new Yachty funa Holcomb, a yachtie funa Abner whom Allah said the Jews know the Prophet Mohammed like they know their own sons. They knew in the heart, he is the messenger, they acknowledge that in the hearts could crawl, Crawl, crawl is not enough to make you believe. You need to then prove prove it.

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And that's why it's a Shahad. It's a testimony. It's a test ification of your Eman

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And of course they have to come out on the lips. You know, when a person stands up in front of the judge and jury on court day, when they take the testimony what do they do they just stand there and look in the heart rate my heart, no testimony say it. You need to bear witness has to come out. And then it's of course Damon. And then actually after the statement of the tongue, it's action on the limbs. So that's a man in nutshell. So belief in what you may ask what is the man who said belief in the heart? Yes. belief in what belief in the six pillars of Eman And anything associated with that belief.

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So let's look at now love what so he's saying none of you truly have

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perfected the mind in other words, had your head belly as he may have been enough see until he loves his brother or sister will last for himself. mask love what this is called Nikita in Arabic what is Nikita do?

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Correct Nikita means undefined, unspecified. It's not specified in other words, not restricted to one thing is not he didn't say until you love for your brother knowledge and to love for your sister. money or wealth until you love now you didn't restrict it. In other words, to love all forms of goodness. So therefore

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you want to be as

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color and a shaker. You want your sister to be a scholar initially for so I love what you love for them to have knowledge of the deen.

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You want to be on the straight path you want your sister to be on the straight path.

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There's not restricted to just one thing.

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You want wealth.

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You want to be wealthy so you can have a comfortable life you want your sister and brother to also be wealthy.

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You want Jana, you and your sister your brother to have done also not just for goodness but to avoid any evil you want to be protected from the fire.

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You want that for your sisters and brothers in Islam.

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You want safety and security here.

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You want your sisters and also in around the world you want them to be safe and secure therefore you speak up against oppression is all fundamental to the deen or fundamentals of Islam that we are concerned about our brothers and sisters overseas not just you know this enemy Yeah, attitude, selfishness. It's just about me Anna, and an ear from Anna mee mee mee

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you want your kids to be protected. Our parents, they're really concerned and rightly so about their kids don't always protect them. You're concerned about other parents as well, and their kids. So therefore you actually give them not see how you see. For example, maybe let's just say you're their kids associated with bad friends of this bad school you will warn them against that. So see how all of this upon this Hadith, Allahu Akbar so many benefits, it teaches you Allah Allah, it teaches you to be concerned about the global ummah. And it teaches you about dour that because you love this. And if you see something that your brother or sister is doing wrong, because you love it for

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yourself, then you want them to have a part of it. And you want to also warn them against something that's going to harm them. So this one Hadith once again, few words from the provided swords Islam, but will lay the meanings of vast

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also you want to be on it. You want to have a high status, you don't want to be humiliated.

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Likewise, you don't want your sisters to be humiliated when they're being raped overseas. They're being killed overseas. Their hatred hijab is how jobs are being ripped off for example. They're being tortured you want that also, just as you want that to be you don't want that for you. You don't want that for them. So once again to Pamela this Hadith, it shows you that we are a global or met and we are one family.

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No the profit didn't say one family. One body. Why? Because you don't have the privilege of saying to your body. You know what? I don't like you chop you off. True. You can't you don't do that. I also saw that pinky toe I don't like the look of it. It's giving me grief my whole life Yella to put off. He can't do that. So we are one body you can't just dissociate yourself from the old man like this. Allahu Akbar.

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Beautiful Hadith as all the Hadith.

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what are some lessons we can learn from this amazing?

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We've already illustrated some what were they? Let's see how well you're listening.

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What are the lessons?

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It teaches us

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true love equals

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true love for another

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if you want

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goodness for them.

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What else do we learn?

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That we are one oma

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makes us concerned for our brothers and sisters worldwide. What is this the teacher helped me out here.

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Correct. It teaches us not to be selfish.

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So it doesn't just teach you to be concerned about the oma. But also it teaches you to be

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selfless and not selfish.

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And we said also teaches you

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not just went out and bought

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about the importance of dour

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because if you want protection, you want that for your brothers and sisters. So if you see harm coming their way, you see them doing something wrong.

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Then you will advise them, you divide them. You see your Muslim brother or sister not praying correctly, you would advise them because just as you want to pray correctly, you want to be on the straight path. You want them to be on the straight path.

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So Pamela, so many lessons from this one. How do you

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now in terms of the Arabic It teaches you something of Arabic And it teaches you the permissibility of negating something to negate completion of a concept and not always the concept itself. The permissibility of use

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Using law to negate completion of a concept

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that teaches you actually some of the rules of the Arabic language.

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So you can use law in Arabic to negate the completion and perfection of a concept as opposed to negating the concept completely.

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For example, the profile is slim said in a hadith in Sahih Muslim la salata, we had rotted time, there's no prayer when food is served. Last Aleta, we have a lot of time this is in Sahih Muslim had this number 560. That mean, if you pray or food is served is no prayer for you. It wasn't rewarded.

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Now, what does it mean? The Prayer is not

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accepted? No, it doesn't mean that.

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It's not Yeah, the word there. It's not complete. It's not perfect. In other words, the reward you haven't attained the height of reward because the food is served and you're thinking about food. So if you're hungry and food is served, then you're not going to miss the prayer. At first authentic narration in Sahih Muslim last Aleta behati time, we said sorry, Muslim, number 560. So it doesn't mean there's no prayer for you. In other words, it's not accepted doesn't mean that see how we can understand no prayer meaning it's not accepted at all. But the profile is what some use law here once again, it's called law. It's called nephew lil camellia. It's to negate the perfection and

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completion of something

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this hadith is also warning you against hasn't which is

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jealousy. So this hadith is actually a warning against jealousy.

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Yes, envy and jealousy now. So it's not directly but indirectly teaching.

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How because, really, what is jealousy? But at the Find hassard envy and jealousy

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as Turman Nisa well in Yama, TRL Massoud

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to wish

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the to wish that a blessing that another has vanishes. That's what really has it is, is to wish a person doesn't have a blessing that Allah has bestowed upon them. So you see a person with a nice cup man that didn't deserve that.

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Hope they get an excellent hope it gets written off, let's pass it. Or maybe even marriage, man. She doesn't deserve him. happens. He doesn't deserve her. She's a good sister righteous. This guy that has a turban nice, well in diameter. Al Masud, the Massoud, the one who you are envious of you want them now I'm out to go you want it to be vanished. You don't want them to have it. Even if you don't want it, you just don't want them to have it. hazard is not that you only want it No. Even if you don't even want it. And the multimedia the fire hazard further and the additive is he said it's even to dislike what Allah has blessed in other words, just to dislike it. So you may not want that to

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vanish. We just don't like the fact that they have it. I don't like the fact that she's so pretty. I don't like the fact that she has so much money. I don't like the fact that she's always got a new handbag, unlike it. I just don't like it. Unlike the fact that she's she can cook and I can't I like the fact that Mashallah, you know, she's always getting proposals. Yeah, well, not you'll be surprised what you hear out there. Doesn't Don't Don't say things happen will lie they do.

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Yeah, that's added to it. That's even a further that's the only that even shows you that hassard is and envy isn't just you want the blessing to disappear. You don't even like the fact that they have it to begin with. So even if you don't want it to disappear, you just don't like it. And the LMS said to have has said the one who has has said is waging a war against Allah. You know why? Because they are saying oh, well I don't like what you decreed. That's what they're saying. Really? The saying you decreed. I don't like that this person has it but who who decreed that that person has a lot. So they're waging war against Allah.

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This Hadith is warning you against that. Why because part of your Eman part of your email is to love for your brothers and sisters what you love for yourself. So it's to love not hate same with me a defined hazard is hiding the blessings that another person has so

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So the man is actually to love for them goodness what they have to love the blessings they have.

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So this hadith is actually wanting you,

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I guess has a

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habit they've been sitting in said, How could I be jealous and have envy of anyone? If this person ends up in Hellfire, then I'm not jealous of that. I don't want that. And if they from the inhabitants of gender good for them of hamdulillah is a blessing. How could I be envious of anyone because in the end, it's ultimately Hellfire paradise, beautiful words by Mohammed even seen him. And finally, among the lessons we can learn from this amazing Hadith is the profile is such a slim set, and to have barely a thicker layer, he your your assay, which is your your is your brother, or your sister here optic

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indicates that this is regarding Muslims, issues regarding Muslims. In other words, a hookah is something that is exclusive to the Muslims, brotherhood and sisterhood is exclusive to the Muslims. It's not for the kuffaar. Allah said in them Elmina, the believers are but brothers meaning it has many meanings among them is that this band of brotherhood is exclusive to the Muslims. It is not with the Godfather, I don't have this virtue called this band of brotherhood don't have this coup for hood. But we have something which is Islamic brotherhood and sisterhood. It's exclusive to us. And that also means that not just exclusive to us and then have something like it. But also it's

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amongst us only. In other words, you can't tell a cashier Oh, no, she's not your art. You can't say you can't say to a gaffer. So it teaches you two things that brotherhood and sisterhood is exclusive to us. It's copyrighted to us, they didn't have something like it. They can try they can claim a loss in their element. But also, it teaches you that Brotherhood is for is amongst us only sisterhood is amongst us only. So you don't refer to the kofod as

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an oddity.

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And also, they can be times where you don't want the kuffaar to have particular blessings.

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You don't want them to be on you don't want them to have status over the Muslims. You don't want that for them. So this doesn't fall into this habit. You see a peak.

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And that's Yeah. And that's why you cannot Thomas McDowell against them true. Allahu Madame middle Kufa in general you can make against them. And of course, individuals who are tyrants like CC and Bashar and frown individuals you can make do against individuals. So therefore doesn't contradict this. How do you say the opposite of fake? Now at the same time you do one goodness for General kuffaar. And that's why you call them to Islam because you want goodness for them? Apart from me being a command. So you're commanded by Allah to give Dawa also you want as a Muslim, a Muslim generally wants good for people you want people to enter into Islam. But at the same time, that

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doesn't mean that if they don't accept Islam, you want the best for them. No, you don't. You don't want them to be on top of the Muslims. You want the Muslims to be on top in the end. So it shows you that there's no contradiction and also explains how our position should be in terms of not just well up, but also brought up against a golfer. So panic alarm should still feel committed to winning.

Hadeeth 13

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