Hadeeth – Revision 1

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Are

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you saying they focus on understanding why there is death? Correct because of the way he was killed his martyrdom and what are they trying to do? They, of course trying to basically emphasize this

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why because it's more emotional they want to move people's heart and basically revived

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the drive of the Sunni hatred. So we believe

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that and Hassan was better

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said that maybe he will kill Amanda you

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you in doubt

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because

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the average human has 60,000 thoughts a day

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therefore, you know these constant was worse and so forth can

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lead you astray. Now

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let me saying leave doubtful matters that's what he's telling us now what doubtful matters were

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very good in all matters. So in summary, selling a leader for wellness he didn't say that

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he didn't say leave doubtful matters in pregnancy leave that for marriage regarding your spouse. Rather it didn't mention it it's called Nikita is not specified it's rather general refers to all them so when they pray worship people business transactions marriage and adjust on you whatever the case may be.

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He said in the end, it is Hassan so what does it mean

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that it was brought up to the level

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No, that would have been

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it

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was hustling while he was originally gonna be kept hustling due to it he said when some someone I met considered as hostile and some as

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at best it's so here and it worked in hustle

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now they both acceptable Yeah.

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So when you read hassen sorry

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so it was case and it shows you so power law he implemented mahadi because he was daring to do that he came up with this new grade This is a lot so as you

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didn't want to say something incorrect. He said hassles or hate at best it's a hate and worst case scenario it's possible

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that's how the

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Best

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Worst case scenario it hasn't but either way it's accepted

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with

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Islam

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now leaving off things that don't concern you in what in religious affairs worldly first marriages again all affairs of concern very good because the Prophet didn't specify and we gave many examples of this

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person in

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the married

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Why don't you have kids yet? Why it's been 10 years Come on, you know?

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Maybe like many couples like

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next time you speak to someone in a manner How would you like if they spoke to you in that way? Or next time you say something think would you like someone saying that to you? That's basically your like your appearance your criteria and how to what to say and how to say something

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which happens a lot and Africa brothers and I used to be super safe.

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Come on what

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happens

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in the Hereafter, you know, is poor walk in have fun or not? There was one of the lectures from from the 70s. Come on, doesn't concern us doesn't concern us below judging

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two kids about him.

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Some sisters do apparently.

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consequences. Okay, we said this was a summary. We summarized our Dean in two statements.

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What were those two statements you summarized.

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Very good and

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very good.

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commands and instructions.

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Definition of tough work.

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What are some consequences of

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delving into matters of that concern you,

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you fall into sin about that. Namely, it could land you in Hellfire because you are, for example to be eavesdropping, you could be harming people

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preoccupies you from

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your own running ships with yourself and others. You can ruin other people's relationships. Remember that story we mentioned where a sister told you

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to call her husband? And basically we

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have a lot of people doing this

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and you can talk yourself out

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of this how this means that you shouldn't enjoy the benefit that evil Yes, it's not your business.

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No, it is your business is your business. So this is actually part of our madhesh so sometimes people use this hobby is how do you say you shouldn't delve into other people's lives something wrong or shouldn't avoid of course is a matter of hanging out

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but this is not to do with this

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doesn't mean you don't advise people

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if you feel that this is not going to make things worse, but if it is gonna make things worse, then you don't do it you don't correct that evil you maybe get someone else to do it.

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Okay, how do

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you remember we mentioned how the story of him Ellison nomadic

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sweat one day well with the proper sweat?

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Like Miss Musk, sweet and smartworks

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mentioned through three reasons among many

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of you. So it doesn't repel the people, like turn off people

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maybe with the angels, so people want to be around us. Number two, yes. His communication with the angels have effects on him physically, not just spiritually.

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And the night during the journey very good. News costs went up to done and also Yeah, exactly. And also because you know, your environment has an effect on you You know, when you go if you ever walk into a place of this smoking and happy bubbly, then it's going to come when you close so he was having done that. So I had an effect on him actually went into his paws a lot but also because he was free of sin. Sin no babies

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also nice bottle their fragrance you would take it with you wherever you can. Beautiful smell

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something in the morning, you don't want to go in Europe.

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Also nice. So

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none of you truly believe until the last run away last week. So this means if you're not for your mother's love for yourself, we love you sister.

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Doesn't mean is not

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what does it mean?

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All right, it's about you haven't perfected and completed doesn't mean you've negated.

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I was given other evidences for this. Like

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there is no prayer when

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I mean, pray your friends.

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So this is an explanation of

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what

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we know about you, you extremists are against that weed. Right? You get the lower you say no, no, we're not against that we limit so we're against incorrect that we

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were against that we without evidence.

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For example, when either

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when you recycle and seek protection against a pawn, so which came first with addition of Quran, then also seek protection against radon but as a person read Quran and then take on the language.

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So the order is flipped. So how do we know because I

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really like that. So there's evidence for it. So that's how we understand the word that I have is based on the contents context based on

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The evidence

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and so what's our proof that here it doesn't mean you become a good fit? Because this is not something that otherwise you Islam does not have the indicators is something that I'm

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not loving for your brother, we're lucky.

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So what do you love for your brother or your sister? Well, I

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mean all things, whether the linear you want them to be knowledgeable, you want to be on a straight path you want if you want more for yourself, you want them to be wealthy. You want them to be protected like you etc.

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can use also the editor if you will,

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and said

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I love you. And he didn't say go away. You're gonna love me.

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Yeah.

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Exactly.

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This was a

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Muslim except in a situation where they strip

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the

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Yes.

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The basic default position regarding love is that it is hello to be spelt with how long? How long, unless you have particular circumstances. So therefore, it's the exception since a general rule.

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What's happening overseas, sometimes it becomes a general. You know, he's, you know, this guy is, you know, the Muslims and Mohammed Abdullah, and he's a careful until you prove me wrong.

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He claims to be Muslim you see is a Muslim is a Muslim until you can prove otherwise.

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Now, the failure is translated as a person has been married committed adultery, but what was it what definition?

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married me? Correct. And consumate? Very good.

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Yes. So

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yeah, the theme is to choose a candidate as a person is married, not necessarily like that. The person has been married islamically number one.

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Because if they got married in a wrong way, then it's not valid.

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Question I got married family and I consummated Islam. And

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so for example, consummation. If it's done, for example, in a wrong way, it's not considered a convener. They're not considered a fabless, who is in Islamic State.

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So for example, a person may consummate via the back passage or consumer while the woman is in her mid 30s. So if they consummated like that, that's not considered consummation.

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But only if they married separately, they consummated islamically, then that person can be denied that after the witnesses and everything's established, that's when they asked them, and they don't have to be married at the time. Correct. Even if it's 20 years ago, correct. If they married islamically and the consumer islamically.

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Correct. Then the Zener occurs? That's it. And it's established in Islamic State. Good.

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This habit gives us

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the right to just stone anyone?

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No, of course not. What about if you have four witnesses? You can carry out the punishment in the West? Yes.

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Forever. Even if you're in Islamic State, we said who carries all the

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ruler? The judge issues command?

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Yes.

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Okay, no, no, I personally single and can we deny as obviously as they as we said?

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worse?

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Yes, because I've tested

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exactly had access to Hana at the middle that tasted halaal and I went to the heart of that was

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a person who is a bigger, which is a virgin, or not married and not consummated. They know the punishment is not to be

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exiled and things like this other things, or lashes

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and

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photos or videos of, you know, person committing Zina is

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especially in our time because of Photoshop and editing.

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Now, how long does the person verify? Because the key

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is to see the

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app to see, to see the private part into the protocol or another way. Confession confession. Very good. Because the confession really is the biggest of evidence right? Because they have testify against and so usually you enter and you ask them to say no, but if a person actually came in

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The person confessed it means

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I've got a recording.

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Yeah, that's probably when I got the phone call.

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Then we said also enough to be knifes. A person that kills another manslaughter. If it's accidental killing,

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are they to be killed? No, it's not. It's only for intentional. So if it's accidental, we said there's blood money that can forgive the murder etc. But or the one that accidentally killed rather. But this is only for intentional murder, this is when that person is killed intentionally.

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And then we looked at the one who leaves Islam. And apostasy is via we said many ways the tongue, the actions of the limbs, or even belief in the heart to there are many things that can take a person outside of Islam.

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And we also said a very important principle, not every person who falls into cover

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is a cafe. And we're given a hadith from me, profiling. So Solomon is proof for this. And we said, of course, there are some things that there's no excuse for a person has left Islam like

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like cursing Allah, there's no excuse for that at all. cursing the profiler symbol, mocking, there's no excuse. But there are some actions that occur for that there is an excuse for that we can give an excuse rather, for, like, for example, a person who prostrates or he's praying and doesn't know there's a grave there. So he'll be excuse me in terms of ignorance. So there's four things four excuses that we can give. We said number one ignorance, or number two,

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mistake, or in that case, sorry, that will be the mistake. It's frustrating, you didn't realize?

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Three

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very good explanation, which is in reality, a mistake and coercion forced.

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So at times there are forced to be forced. So there are times there are some actions that we can consider these reasons or excuses for a Muslim.

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But even if a person is ignorant, about other acts like cursing the Prophet, no, this is an unexcused so there are some deeds that we apply this rule for and some days that we don't. It's a really big topic. So we'll leave we'll go on to the next Hadith.

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The 15th.

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Hadith, Abu huraira, men can you know build a video method for local hydro Yes, motor village cinema and the last speaker remain silent. And also who believes in alone the last day, let him honor his neighbor, who have losing a lot in the last day. They didn't honor his guests.

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Speaking good.

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To

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break in awkward silence, intention of making people feel comfortable. That allowed or not.

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It is we said even though the words may not be hired might be the best and it's just something which is permissible. But the Mirage we said, the intention behind that the purpose behind speech is to create harmony within a gathering that's allowed. So this Hadith, her speak, speak would remain silent. So speak good in terms of the word itself, but also the intention, the purpose behind those words as well. So sometimes the word may just speak miserable. It's not good. It's not bad. It's just permissible. But what is the intention behind it? And the neighbor who is the neighbor?

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Some duration say,

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Yeah, 40 to your left 48 houses to your right 40 in front 40 behind. However, if this Yani, we said this, there's weakness attributed to this hadith. So it goes back really to the custom. So how do you honor your neighbor? And how do you honor the guest, according to your mains, and according to the custom? So that's what we said, that's very important

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to say hello,

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unfortunately, so a person comes to your house, it's considered out of etiquette to give them something to drink, and who is the guest is anyone who visits anyone who visits your house is a guest, even a worker? This is considered the guest in Islam.

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Technically, yes, technically, they're a guest because it falls under the linguistic definition. So the an alcoholic.

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The profile is Islam even gave food and even invited the kuffar to like the staunch enemies like Abu lahab and others to his house to eat, for the purpose of, you know, trying to create any, I guess, giving them down. So if you do with the intention of Dawa, you'll get it

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Wouldn't be.

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So how do you honor we said goes back to custom? What if they are uninvited they still considered the guest? Yes, yes.

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So what are some etiquettes on honoring a guest we gave some we said,

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Give them your best, or what you have in your means. Your best according to means. And don't ask, just give and start with

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the right. If they're seated or in order, or if they're all over the place to just then you start with the eldest?

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And what about the guests themselves? Some etiquettes of the guests when you visit someone? Don't stay too long. called for you come? Is that etiquette according to our customs?

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Correct. So don't mock and just stand there Look, staring into the house waiting to see what's going to happen. Rather turn away, turn away. It's happened to me actually, in Turkey recently, where hamdulillah like, I knocked the night, you know, we turn and we learned this from Egypt. So I turn away, and hamdulillah sister who was behind the door, because the young child opened the door. So

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she runs past that Hamdulillah, you know, facing the other way. Otherwise, you're standing like this. Okay, you say everything. And she's assistant in the pub. So Alhamdulillah. As you can see, there's great, there's great wisdom in that. What else?

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Yeah, no?

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Correct. Don't Snoop. And don't ask him too many personal questions.

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How can you afford? Yeah, of course, yeah. I can afford this on your salary. Right? Some people say that.

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Also compliment them. But be careful of praise, or compliment them Be careful of praise. And we said don't stay too long. ask Allah to bless the house.

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Don't get angry.

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What does it mean, when the profiling sorts of absurd laptop? Don't get angry?

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So does he mean, don't let this emotion come at all? Is that what he's saying? Don't get angry or all meaning cut off his emotion? Or does it mean don't act upon this emotion.

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He actually from the context of the Hadith, he actually means an act upon it, but they both correct. So both are apply, don't act upon it, because

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correct will kill them in the light. So therefore, their LMS said based on based on this Hadith, what he meant was that act upon them, but they both correct, we take them both. And there's wisdom. Because if you try not to get angry at all, then you're gonna cut all the avenues of anger and acting upon it. So therefore, both are intended not just one, not just one. So although the apparent meaning of the Hadith is don't get angry, don't act upon your anger. The Prophet Allah is so slim, actually,

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in other hobbies, and yet we know that in Islam, it is recommended to avoid both Don't get angry, and don't act upon your anger.

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What are some prophetic methods of preventing anger? We said, correct.

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x and doodle as another one. So if you're standing, sit down, if you're sitting down, lie down, perform auto, or

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sell the blame and shutdown the gym. So there's verbal medicine, we said there's

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staying silent as well. Sometimes not even just about talking about remaining silent.

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Think of the consequences very good. And we also said maybe even leave, leave the area. Alright. changing environment. Excellent. So change environment, leave and then go to the shed.

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Come back with a chainsaw. No, you're leaving meaning and again, you're gonna cool off. So sometimes, you know, husbands and wives, for example, they want to go to their room or they go whatever whatever the case may be, or she just wants to visit her mom. Or even the husband wants to go and the spouse is like no, no, you can't leave you have to stay here and sometimes when we're just separating the you know, staying away from each other for a little bit is okay.

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I'm not saying divorce where she leaves for good now I'm just saying temporarily when she goes to another room or if she just wants to visit her mother. Not a problem. This actually prevent divorce. Had a 17 sN

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that's a good thing.

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How did 17 sm

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allies prescribe their son in the lack of a lesson adequately shape allows prescribe your son in all matters

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and the profile that suits them encourage that even when you slaughter

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then show mercy and do in a good way to the animal and the difference between alkyds lower lip how we said is a liquid law is something

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That you don't eat not necessarily for health purposes right so for example something that's harmful like a Python a snake a dog somebody is going to hurt you that's a good law and a VIP house is something that you will eat you're going to slaughter in other words the profile is what celebrities prescribing excellent in how you kill something that which is harmful even something which is not in other words, if you're going to show it to something which is actually trying to harm you then imagine showing how you assemble B when it comes to everything else so in good manners etc. And you know, killing and sacrifice and all that blood and this is something which is not really liked to

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the knifes so if you can show us on in those matters, so panela then imagine everything else. So this is a this is the mercy of Islam. the mercy of this Deen even when killing Subhana Allah

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because there's 100 ways to kill an animal right? You've given me some ideas and I was actually getting married. And when I asked you what are some ways to kill an animal electrocution, strangling cracking over the head drowning? Like Okay, that's enough. All right. So the point is, there are many ways yet despite even your hatred towards someone or something at times, Islam prescribes you to even kill it in the best way. So what are some of the ways we said you can sacrifice an animal in a good way?

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sharpen the knife very good.

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Separated from its its family or others.

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Yeah, very good feeder and give us something to eat beforehand.

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Not very good. Make it quick.

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So these are some of the ways

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and finally we'll just look at how this 18

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wasn't here for how to use it. That's right. Very good. That's it up 217

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data with someone else so I'm only going to look I'm going to test you on Hadith 11 to 1711 to 17. inshallah, to Allah so if you have if you study everything we looked at today, you'll be fine. All the best for your quiz next week. So I'm sure you'll do fine.