Hadeeth – Episode 20

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Hadeeth 17


AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of sharpening one's knife to kill a dog or snake and emphasize the need for proper intentions to achieve success. They also emphasize the importance of manners and good manners in achieving success, as well as the need for individuals to excel in all matters and not just one. The speakers also touch on the negative impact of human actions on people, including the use of money and the loss of human rights, and the importance of animal rights in Islam. They also mention a term called hamza and discuss the need for people to be mindful of their behavior and avoid causing harm to animals.
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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa salatu salam O Allah Ashraf in holtville mursaleen Mohammad Anwar al he

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would like to read this hadith

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in Arabic English or just Arabic and Oxford

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in the law

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fast enough

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well you you're

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very good at Hassan Allahu la ke This is his Hadith about essence also us and Allahu Allah

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and wake Hadith 17

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we're going to look at this hadith and not sure what does it mean when the profile is so slim said, Hassan and what is a fader patelco fascino Cutler, whether the battle vasimr the power the difference between a Tesla and then look at the definition of Hassan linguistically and economically. And look at the ruling is it obligatory to have a son, it's an obligation. And we'll look at the prophets teaching methods when he would teach us to harbor something like this hadith. It's an excellent example of not just giving a principle but then giving an example to follow. In other words, when you speak to people speak to people in a way that they can understand.

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And then we'll look at the commentary from the book. So in all matters as the profile these sorts of them said, he didn't just say sn in worship, so just worship but even in worldly matters. So your deen and dunya and you're not going to mention even how we treat animals have excellence in that even in jihad. II when it comes to an enemy, there's still a lot to cover. So if this isn't goodness and excellence in things that you hate, what about things that you love? So this is an amazing Hadeeth amazing hundreds, like all the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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and Abby Allah shuddha dibny Osen radi Allahu anhu and Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam a call in aloha Cata Bella Hassan Allah cliche for the potential for us to wait at the bottom for us you know

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when you hit the shutter while you're a

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Muslim, the profile is so too slim said from the authority of Abu Yala showed that it knows

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no doubt surely Allah has enjoyed excellence in regards to everything and all matters so when you kill kill in a good way for the bottom fashion

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and even when you slow it up slaughter in a good way therefore How do you do so the Prophet gave also a solution to or gave you a means of how you can perfect an Excel even in slaughtering he said you should sharpen your knife and let the animal die comfortably because if it's not sharp then you're going to basically torture it to death before finally dies. Hadith which is the red one Muslim.

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What's the difference between fader patelco fashional kotla. Whether the battle fasten with the PAP, a Cutler is something that you kill not necessarily because you want to eat it, but rather maybe because he's trying to harm you. Like a rabid dog, maybe a snake. Even when you kill that, then you should do it in the best way. Now rabid dog if you capture or maybe a dog that harmed your child, there's a million ways you can kill this thing and get rid of it. Right and I'm sure you would want to if basically mold your child. You can blow it up. You can poison it.

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You can electrocute it, you can drown it right and these are ideas I got from the other sisters class.

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I said give me some ideas how could you kill a dog? Allahu Akbar the firing away like so Pinilla not going to ask him where they got these ideas from. But such wondering are these ideas from them. The point is there are many ways a person can

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Kill something that unlike Yeah, it was trying to harm you. But the prophet even though even as Apollo, you don't want you don't like and I tried to harm you, he said, I don't

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even Excel and do the best you can in the sense of

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showing yourself even to this animal, or even an enemy, even enemy. That's why mutilation is not allowed in Islam when you kill the enemy, and you basically mutilate their bodies and the form them not allowed. And then he said, fasten with the PAP, what's a hip hop lip or something? Would you slaughter for the purpose of eating? So that's the difference between the color and the but let something you kill? Not necessarily because you want to eat it. But it could be an enemy, it could be a dog, or it could be a snake or something that's trying to harm you. You're killing it.

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What are the power is something that you're slaughtering for the purpose of eating? For the purpose of Helen? That's the difference?

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No, that's the path.

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Yeah, no. So they've had that which is something will happen, like you're going to eat, for example, while kotla which is when you're killing, whether it's in jihad or an enemy or an animal that's trying to harm you. So that's how, that's how the 17 in nutshell.

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And the profile, so Tulum told us to sharpen the knife. And there's other studies to indicate that how you sacrifice an animal is number one, you sharpen the knife. Number two, you don't sacrifice this animal in front of its young, or the other animals in front of the death. I see what I just did to this one, you're next. All right, not allowed. make an example out of it. In fact, you take it to the side, you give us some food, you give some drink, you look after it, you pad it

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numb, and you don't sharpen your knife in front of it. Not allowed. And that's why you're not going to mention that in all matters, even to animals that once the profile is so slim, so I Sahabi who had pinned down a sheep while he put his foot on his neck and he was sharpening his knife as I looked on terrified.

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The profile is so slim became angry and upset. It says you wanted to die twice. The first one to die from heart failure when I see what's going on. The second is when

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they sense they sense danger. I was given animals

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they they animals. The animals are like completely. Yeah, imbecile creatures they they they understand they're they understand these things.

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Without a Fiddler on the panel understand. So I said you want to throw twice Apollo, this is the mercy of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So that was mentioned when I mentioned it later, I wanted to mention that now because it's appropriate. So these are from the etiquettes of slaughtering Allahu Akbar.

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So if it comes to issues of slaughtering issues of killing, which is something which the Nef doesn't like, is something which the human By default, the fifth row doesn't like, bloodshed and killing and warfare, there's something human doesn't like, if we have to excel and do the best in that. And usually people when it comes to these matters, you'll just get over and done with I don't want to see it, right. Let's get over now we know Excel and do it in the best ways. They don't have the animal, whatever the case may be. But what about things that are noble that are good, like worship, and having good character and work, for example, studies, excel in that as well in your home, in

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raising kids excel in all matters, in all matters.

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And even when things are settled, as well, when you've got time to you know, to do things in a proper manner, we should Excel. This is the definition. This is really what the Hadith is telling us. So let's look at now, the definition of we looked at the definition of Hitler and live ha, let's look at the definition of Western linguistically the word sn an Asana means to excel in goodness, because wholesome means goodness person means goodness. So an Asana and SM means to excel in that goodness. So really, effort means to Excel

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to be excellent, and that's what school the teacher will say absent meaning. Excellent, you've excelled. But it's more than that. And that's why I'm going to mention the Islamic definition, you're not going to say that.

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Islam is a comprehensive concept, you should do things completely, nicely and in a tasteful manner. That's very important.

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Very important, all those so therefore, cern is for things a loss. When you do something, you're doing that with a CNC pure intention. Number two, to completely do it for if you're not a half job. Sometimes traders that come to house, they do half the job and you never see them again. Sure. So no, a complete job. people enroll in the course. They dropped out halfway through service to complete something, but a person can complete something algo renown with

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But they didn't do it in a tasteful manner or a correct manner. Sure. So therefore, do things in a tasteful manner, doing things nicely, and also doing things in the right way. So it's not just about completing, but it's about perfecting as well, completing and perfecting, with a sincere intention. So as with tastefulness, doing things in a nice way, because a person can say, look, I paid him his money.

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He did it. He paid the person his money, and he completed his full payment, by the way he did, it was ugly, he got take your money. He didn't do it in a nice way, although he completed it, and he paid him in full. But he didn't do it in a nice way. Sometimes just having nice manners goes a long way. And good manners are free. They don't cost you anything. Well, bad manners are very costly indeed. So that's also part of the lesson. Sometimes we do things and we're not nice about it. It's okay, you can have a smile on your face when you do something. You can have a nice word when you when you go about completing a particular project or dealing with people and also doing manners or

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things in a correct way. And this is what is mentioned in Surah Al Baqarah 185. Allah has just mentioned fasting,

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feminization shaders, from a shader minko shadowfell your song whoever witnesses Ramadan, Allah says fairly assume Whoa, let them fast. Its meaning complete the hormone. This lamb is called lamma lamma lamma lamma emiliani the Lamb of commanding complete the month. So Allah says completed Yeah. But what is a laws would say after that, such as by completing?

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Well, it took me to like the commonly translated as let them complete the term. But why would the laws would just say complete the term and he already just told you complete the month. Why would he repeat himself?

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Correct. The first was complete. The second command wasn't just the complete loss it took mill and took mill comes from the with the command and a commandments perfection. A lot doesn't just want you to complete Ramadan. He wants you to perfect Ramadan upon Allah because the first thing can look at these two commands, failure Sumo. What it took me rather, was the last repeating himself saying complete the month complete the month. No, the first is complete. The second means perfect. So Panama. That's a beautiful idea to show us that Allah does not want you to do that they get over and done with your fast and I'm on

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185 185

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consciousness is conscious of ways.

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But that's in Arabic fusaro. I'm not sure how they what they mean in slang, but the median is aware and he does it. Well, it could mean a son. That's what they probably intending. That's an Arabic slang. That's what I assume.

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So that's the definition of it. So it mentioned those four components there.

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Let's look at now the obligation Do you have to have a son in all matters? Now the shape goes on to mention Yes, because Allah commanded this.

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where Allah says in the law, yet mobile oddly will lessen. A law commands you with other justice.

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Allah commanded with justice and Sn.

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So Allah said yet more commanded justice innocent.

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So what's the ruling here

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will translate

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to excellent, although it means much more than that.

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This idea, however, means that was obligatory is to be just in the law yet, they will as an adult here means justice. So that's obligatory, that's an obligation. As far as I know, I differ with the chef here, the scholar said, among the maybe Ross, I mean, and others that hear a sound is not an obligation, but rather it's a father from you. It's extra, it's extra.

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What's obligatory is to be just if you're not just you're sinning. But if you're not excelling in all matters, you're not sinful. So therefore, to have a son is something which is X ray, think of like, extra rewards that extra hassle add for you, if you do have it. But if you don't have a son, you are still you're still now he fulfilled the obligations, you're not sinful.

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I'll just put down the economy.

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But bear in mind that some of them actually said having a son is an obligation.

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For example, muscle muscle, it really depends I have to give an example. So there's a complete way, and there's a perfect way. Perfect is to do also, with Judo starting with the right hand side, there's a, there's a perfect dose, but then there's the complete level. So it's nice, but it's complete one of the two conditions for a correct also.

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Correct. Proper intention of goods sold with the intention of worship. So who sold with the intention of worship, not showering, because you want to make clean, or you got a Hillel dinner date with your hubby, or you want to cool down know your son with the intention of worship, that's full first. And the second condition for a critical zone, water has to reach all parts of the body, including nose and mouth. That's very important because the nose and the mouth is part of the face. In fact, if you study for this part of the faith face not considered inside, and actually the mouth is extended outside

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was the proof that when you fasting, if you put something in your mouth and you spit it out, you haven't broken you fast. So so therefore the mouth and the nose is actually part of the muscle as well. So that's either completed he didn't have a son, if he just did water everywhere and had an intention. He didn't have your son, it's not sinful.

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He's committed complete, it's accepted.

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Yes, however,

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no perfection or doing it properly with sincerity. It's okay. Sincerity is a separate topic, but sn can include it as well as and can include it. Therefore, if a person has a loss, it doesn't completely because it's for things, not just one. So if a person has a loss, and he does the deed correctly, but he doesn't complete it in the sense of he doesn't do the perfect role, like we gave Watson, then he's still it's accepted, accepted. But really sn is too is too perfect to excel something and perfected. But really a person who doesn't have so that's why it depends on the deed, you have to give me an example. But I'll just give you an example of also, but there could be

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others. Perhaps he's sinful if he doesn't do it in the sun, perhaps. Sorry. Exactly. So he or if he's torturing it that way sinful, you see, it counts are the slaughter. And I got it over and done with no, but if you did it in a way where you tortured the animal that's sinful. So you see how depending on the date, and what he's doing, it can mean sinful, or it can mean not sinful. So

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to get out of the class difference of opinion, try to excel in all matters and try to do it in the best way.

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But here, he'd be sinful, why not because he didn't have really a service because he actually fell into sin by torturing the animal. See.

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So it really depends on the on the date itself.

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just know that there is a difference of opinion on this issue, because Allah said, Yep, more recommended with other LSR is included in justice or not some of the other method among the middle of a, which is why I held that it's obligatory to have justice, but it's not necessarily an obligation to have your son in all matters. But it can be depending on the deed.

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prophetic teaching methods in lessons it goes on to mention among the lessons of this hadith is that the profile is what Salaam will give you a principle.

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And then on top of that, he give you an example. And then on top of that, he'll give you a means of how to fulfill that example. So he said the principle in the law Hakata Bella Sana Allah, Allah has prescribed excellence in all matters. And then he gave an example that even when you do this, and you do that excellence, and he gave an example the thought of new will give an example of killing and slaughter as something of the New World. Why? Because I loved warfare is something that the Arabs love.

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And they also knew slaughter very well then I fridges where they can stock up their food in the cupboards and fridges with a one go off learner, they would basically have to slaughter on a daily basis, if not at least every second day, because they didn't have you know, fridges to store that meat. So therefore, they would be sacrificing regularly. So that was something that we're familiar with. And on top of that the profile is so slim, gives them an example of something that people usually don't usually like like with you said warfare or bloodshed and killing. In other words, if you have to have excellent in these issues, then what about all those above? So what an amazing

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teaching What an amazing teacher the Prophet Allah He sorts them was they gave me Principle number one, then give an example of that principle and he gave you like a means or a solution and how to carry out that he said by sharpening your knife because some you know some people aren't all there. Sometimes you say something to someone and they're not really all there. You have to spell it out for them. Do this and then you do that and right so the profile is its alone. You know for some people in the law Kabbalah center Allah, Allah has written prescribed excellence in all matters. That's enough for some people that understand that

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The profits intended, but some people care a lot of prescribed excellence in all matters. What does that mean? He's saying Salalah SLM they used to also have excellence. So then he gave an example of that. And some people may say, Okay, how do I sacrifice in the best way? He said sharpen your knife. So therefore, this is an amazing teaching method. He he basically caters for all of the people, those who are intelligent, those who are not so and those in between sallallahu alayhi, wa sallam

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example, and then a means of how to fulfill that example. Yeah, like a solution.

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Very good.

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Correct. So panel, and usually people that treat animals in the best way. So even things that you deem lowly beneath you, if you treat them in the best way. How are you going to treat those above like people? How you gonna treat humans How you going to treat your wife, your husband, your kids, your family? lower court? So this is an amazing how do you know you're gonna treat workers is something that sometimes trade is especially, or those who work for other people, they're not paid in a way that in full or on time, and that's not the profile, the sorts of them said pay the worker before he sweat dries. Before the sweat dries, some people are in haven't been paid for years. And

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there's too many brothers complained to me that other people

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know if there's a contract, they agreed to that's different. But if a person does a job for you, like you hire someone, and they leave, you're not they're not contract workers. And they leave and you haven't paid them, then that's really that's not good. You should pay them up, I'll pay you, you know, tomorrow or next week. And the asking the asking, where's my money, where's my money, you just I can next week, next week, next week. But if it's a contract, and I've come to an agreement that's different, they are both agreeing to that weekly basis for an hourly wage back then most of the time they do a job for them, and they'll be paid based on the job that you pay them. If you don't have

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enough money, you should have told them before. Look, I don't have money now. Can you do the job, and I'll pay you tomorrow next week. Then they agree like a contract. If it's a contract, that's different, but he's working thinking I'm gonna get paid for this job.

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In a for example, there's some people that

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brothers told me that I've worked for others, and I still haven't been paid years later. And that's when you know, really the people's true character when it comes to money? Money dealings will lie, the true nature comes up. And what do they do these people that have money and gifts to them? And they love it, they hoard it? What do they do they show it all manners in bad ways. That's a true character. So really, money is a means of extracting that true manners. And that's why Lazarus says,

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Waylon, liquidly, homosassa, nomada. Allah, the JAMA madawaska. These people who accumulate wealth will also lead them to do to mock people to put other people down, basically bad manners. So bad manners really is exposed via money. Greed, exactly, that's what it does.

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Yeah, just under Humala, whether he thinks he's gonna be forever, not literally doesn't mean he literally believes I'm never gonna die. He knows deep down, he's gonna die. But he acts in a way like he's immortal, who's gonna bring me down, I'm on top. Exactly, no one's gonna really take my position. I'm on top of everyone. And so he undermines everyone else. And that's what a lot has, when it says liuba, then we'll hop on, he's going to be flunk into the hatami. Now, the word Doom bandana comes from NAB in Arabic, and doesn't just mean to fling This is correct, the feed is gonna be thrown. But the type of throwing if you go to the Arabic, it tells you that anab is to is to

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discard something that is lonely, you know, like you eat a date and what to do with the date. See,

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that's called the flicker because it's worth it's worth nothing. So you deem it as unimportant as flicker if it was a value, you wouldn't do that you'll store it right? So there are going to be flung like that, like they're nothing why because that's how they used to treat the people with their money and they mocking people so policy of perfect they did that so that will happen to them. And they're gonna be thrown into what mahatama which is the fire but not just that it's a way of describing the fire. It's gonna have been crushed them.

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Why are they going to be crushed? Why does the law say crush?

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They crushed people's hearts in emotion. They step on people, they use people's heads as their own personal staircase, where liquid Lumosity no matter their hormones and their aluma that I mock people, a lot could have said fire here. He didn't say that he said automa another name for the fire and that's why the words of the Quran are so precise.

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And that goes well with our last subject. We said that we give the seed according to what the intended meaning is. The total amount all the Sahaba agrees the fire, but we go to the Arabic to see what are the loss I helped them and not another word. Because the automa comes from hepatoma which is the crush because they used to crush people's hearts with their bad words because that's what mockery does. It hurts you. People insult you, they mock you. It crushes the heart.

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So what an amazing what an amazing tool. And that's what it does.

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And so panelo when you have to ask people for your money, and it's kind of embarrassing and knows you're right, but your money and you have to ask them for it when people just don't want to pay you or like it's, it's a very bad quality to have upon both. But if you don't have money, just be honest and say, Look, I'm very sorry, on our money. Can I pay you next week, and my love feeling was

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Oh, no, I'm not going to pay you for the holidays, I'm just doing you a favor.

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Get out and have your contract wherever you go to, and make sure that you have a sign.

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Hello, amazing.

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It is not

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It really comes down to the custom of the people as well.

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As necessarily, you can, you can do before you can get paid before the job.

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After my dad went to

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pay off their debt,

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is giving you the money to win the job the rest.

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Hello, I'ma speak to Chicago, because it's a fickle business. And, but generally speaking, it's according to the order, which is the custom. So if you go to a convenience store, and you know, if you haven't, you know that you can just put the money on the counter and walk off. And then you can do that. You don't have to wait till he generally in a business transaction in Islam. It's proposal acceptance, and, but if you if it's according to the custom, you can do that in your society, then that's okay. So it comes down to the customer as well. So sometimes you you can ask for the money before, look, give me this money, and I'll do the job. And there's that trust there. So it really

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depends, but speak to Shabazz.

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But always look after yours truly. Don't pay or say look, if you if you do trust them to some extent. So I'll give you 50% now, and when you complete the remaining 50%. But if there's no trust at all, you say, look, you do the job first, and then I'll pay you, you may want to give them maybe 5% or 10%, just to get them started. So you got to also watch out and

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yeah, so.

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Exactly. So

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there you go. There you go. There you go.

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No, no, you don't know. I think none of that you don't know, I think if he hasn't finished?

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Yeah, but if people take advantage of that

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instinct, what if you die,

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someone to

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contract and specifically 50%. Now when you complete the job.

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And then all

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depends on the situation if you if you can tell someone to take care of this job if you do pass away. So you're not in debt, because the debts are serious if you drive that.

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So let's look at this final thing, in certain in all matters. You're not going to mention to have a sign in all matters, whether it's in worship, which is in worship, and the profile is lm said this when we took this in Hadith to that to have ersan in worship, when he was asked What is it? Is it a taboo the law can the catalog to worship a law as though you see him? How do you gain your son in worship? It's via Islam and the man and then you get a son to think of it like a stepping stone. If you want a son in worship, you start with Islam. Then you work on your Eman And then you get to ESA. And what is Islam out erections? What's your Eman

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interactions. So when it's a combination of outer inner the whole being that you when you get CERN and that's found in the Hadith so Panama is it and taboo, the law to worship Allah the worship is why the outer actions of the limbs can Nikita as you see him. So when you dislike you're internalizing that for sure in your heart. That's the interactions upon law. So it's a combination of outer and inner amazing definition of the provider. So that's how you gain ascend in your worship. It's not just about outer yoga, some Muslims just focus on the outta that just focus on the pub, just the hijab, just a short soap just to be a part of the deal. I'm not denying that these are

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our obligations. However, what about the inner? What about purifying the heart? What about purifying that tongue? And some people only focus on the inner as long as they've got a good heart after wear hijab wrong. So it's about booth and we've heard some some sisters in niqab Allahu Akbar, only the stuff that comes out of their mouth or the biller. And you find you know, the opposite is true as well. Some citizens

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After about a kilo of them are softer. So at the same time, we can't generalize, as well. So as an Indian, but also in dunya, we've already given examples of that with work, and so forth, and even positions that you have. So you're a, you're a boss, you excel in that euro employee, you excel in that as a father, as a wife, as a mother, you excel enough. So when it comes to making your children's lunches, for example, you know, you excel, you do the best, you don't just pack it in the fridge, just just put the note the whole bread in, and they can make their sandwich. Unless, unless you

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teach them you want it that's different. You know, you tell them look, if you're doing it, because you can't be bothered, no,

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throw the cheese, or throw the bread, everything in the bag, you know, he got a school that is having the school and, you know, now of course, it's also depending on your your ability on your new means, because sometimes parents as well, this is something that sorry, teachers, they don't understand that some, some families are poor, some families are poor. So sometimes a kid might come to school and his show is an island, because the parent can't be bothered. And if they hadn't been in the county, well, they're not addressing your kid in an introspective way, right? Or it's dirty or whatever, right? But you have to understand at the same time wants to give benefit of the doubt

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because and I've seen this sometimes parents are poor, and they can't, they can't afford to watch wash the kids clothes every day, or they can't even afford to buy a second pair of

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socks or uniform, whatever the case may be so but generally speaking, if you have the means, then we should excel in these matters when it comes to our kids and our spouses and

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try your best. So it's not about being the best. It's about trying your best. That's that's important. And we've already discussed animals and even in jihad, you're not going to mention jihad. And that's why Jihad generally not allowed to kill non combatants, women, children, monks worshipers.

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SubhanAllah so if it comes to having your son in things, such as killing then despite everything above that, showing us that as Muslim, do we have standards? Now I just want to draw your attention to this last point on page 88 Shaykh Abdullah bin Giblin contemporary scholar said it is in the view that animals should not be used as, as a testing instrument in the lab.

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As long as as long as based on his habits upon as long as However, it's not harming the animal. And that's okay. So if it shows you that we're able to derive all of these, you know, today, the West Coast to animal rights and so forth, which is good, we have these rights in Islam, what hamdulillah and look at this beautiful fatwa that she gave that testing animals with by means of harming them is not allowed. So with that, we have beautiful Hadith to conclude the term that we Excel and you humbly excelled in this term once again, and you're over halfway of your diploma. So next term is only six weeks. So it's really a half term. And then after that is only two so you got two and a

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half terms, and then you finished humbler ask allows users to grant assassin in all matters aiming to product along with a commercial drone that Mr. soroka one or two would

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Congratulations on completing another term. And until next time, see you then inshallah, if you have any questions, I will take them now. Yes.

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It seems so yes. Because if a person doesn't have a son, does that mean that they are sinning? Which most cases No.

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Yes, no. Well, no.

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No. So generally speaking, commands, and more ductility and we do have this is acquired in that generally a command indicates an obligation, generally speaking, but not all the time. And how do we know if it's not an obligation? We look at the context or we look at another idea or Tafseer, or we look at the sooner. So that's what I've said with that's how we apply?

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Yeah, correct.

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Sometimes people are going to make exactly so sometimes people are going to make you angry. So if you get angry, you're not sinning. But what you're sending if you act upon that in an Islamic manner, so generally speaking, very good. And how do we determine if it's an obligation or not? Or we look at the at times you can tell from the context of via previous knowledge that getting angry, you know, falling into sin. It's not a sin. It's not something that's sinful, but what sinful is acting upon that anger in an Islamic way. So yes,

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yeah, yes.

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Correct. So to be to not have a sound in all matters. In all men everything Yes, a person would be affected.

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Falling into sin. Because if a person just wants to do borderline things, eventually they're gonna fall beneath borderline and they're gonna be sinful. So, no doubt a person should always strive for us and because if a person is careless in Salah then yeah, they could be falling into sin mercy. And if you're if you're careless in will do

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exactly Jani Keller seen widow can actually article salamati, a person who's careless in widow can nullify the widow, the Hadith of the man who wants to perform widow and he left a spot on his ankle that was dry. And because he was careless, the widow was not accepted and the solid was not accepted. And if a person's always doing that he's sinful. So yes, as we said, at times being having a son is an obligation, like in this case would be to have a son in your slaughter? It would be because if you don't, you're going to torture it.

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So yes, exactly. You're falling in love?

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Yeah, sure.

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Yes, yes.

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This is just how some of the random for because you don't have a direct Hadith of the Prophet saying that what is the difference? Because the profile system didn't specify explicitly, the order of the sewer is from Allah, but he did. So with the,

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with the ayat he himself told us how to do this and do that. But he didn't say to the Sahaba, about the sewer. So that's why the Sahaba themselves?

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No, no, no, there is a difference. But a person might ask, How come? There's no no difference of opinion? For the others? It's because there's a clear Hadith, that the Prophet himself put it in order. So therefore, because the Prophet himself didn't specify to the Sahaba, those who came after they defeated the Prophet. What did he imply that in his actions, we just seems Yes. So although the Prophet didn't specify the order, but he This is the way he resorted that was to be the bottom the day sort of major problem because you're not changing the diet around. It's just a sore. It doesn't happen.

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Yes, that's allowed. Yes. Because

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now you will know, because there's a hadith in your notes

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that the Prophet recited Al Baqarah. Then Adam wrong, then. Yeah, alberca and the sadhana llevaron, which is switched. So and that's okay. It's okay. As we said,

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they are and

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you're right, and that shows you that it's not a big deal. That's why the scholar is different. It's not It's not as if a person has another opinion that they are sinful, because this is something that is allowed to have a difference of opinion. And it doesn't change the meaning at all. But it seems the most correct opinion was the one that we adopted because the Sahaba they knew this they even though they didn't specify it, they knew it because the hadith of aos he was asked 357 they knew that. So probably better click him Li increase your knowledge. I'll see you Friday for

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the no problem. Consider it done.

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So Allah, Allah, Allah bless your family.

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