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Soorah Al-Hujuraat Pt 1

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah we're in week three for Quran and today we're going to start a new soldier and that is sort of Herat. This is Surah number 49. So what I suggest is you open up a must have or if you don't have one next time you surely bring it in. You can read the Arabic English even on your phones, no problem, follow on with the ayat, that'll be easier, so we don't lose you, although I'm going to explain everything on the board.

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And before we do that, just a quick comment, brother. Yes. For the radical Salah Rahmatullah.

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Just a quick point wanted to fix up from last time if we remember we talked about the Baccarat I remember I mentioned Alamo kata to the individual letters, I said, 24. But I made a mistake is actually 14. If we were to look at all the individual letters and remove the repeats like Alif Lam Meem came many times. If you remove the repeat, is it 14 individual it is not 24. So as we said that phrase, who can remember Nelson Hakeem on call to Nelson, it's actually 14 letters. So I actually made a mistake, so please correct your notes. It's not 24 it's actually 14 letters. So to begin, so 200, like I said, I put up almost half or take out your phone and follow on with

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it. So number 49. Firstly, we're going to look at terms of the objectives, the names of the surah.

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Then we're going to look at the theme of the suta.

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And the importance of that theme.

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And then we're going to look at a at one tonight.

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We'll stop at nine we'll leave it till next week, it's 18 at certain points a lot. Of course, we're going to stay at over two weeks to give it justice because this sorta is packed with lessons in gems. As for the names, so 200 of course very common name it's known as, in fact, that's what it's called in the Quran. It came from Padilla, which is used for now a room a horrify. Hydra in Arabic means a room, a chamber a cell, and it was used to describe a house because the houses back then were quite small. But I'm going to leave that until we actually get to the ayah in the Medina unit. I do recommend someone explain it later. But just so you know, the name commonly translated the

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dwellings, however, other names for the surah, which are commonly known.

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It's called surah. toll. Dab, and surah toll.

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What?

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Yeah, man is an o'clock.

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character. Yeah. So this story has to do with manners, o'clock, etiquette and morals. So these are two other names.

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Why is it called Total Addabbo, McCulloch,

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because that's the theme of this sorta so that leads us on to the next part, taking the names, it's got three names, it's commonly known as the theme is character. That's the theme of this surah. If you want to learn about manners, morals, and etiquette read sort of a lot. And the scholar said, if you look at this sort of from beginning to end, you will see it just covers all of those things character manners etiquette. Now, just a side point about men hedge methodology when it comes to the crowd. How can you learn the theme of a surah without reading all of the A at some sort of very long like Alibaba, we said, 286 is how can you learn the theme? In literally under 10 seconds?

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Excellent, the first area, the first area will generally give you an indication of the entire surah and as we talk, so to Baccarat, Alif, Lam Meem support a lot that area there is mokdad summarize the soda Remember, you may not understand them. In other words, believe it because part of the unseen, even if you don't understand to submit to the command of a law. And that's really the Bukhara itself the story of the cow. What's another way you look at the first area or the last area, because it's always a connection, or one more?

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Time, the title, the name of the soda itself, very important. So for example, sort of ramen.

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It's talking about lots of Just Mercy, no idea. So we'll go through, right so usually the name if you have to capture the theme of the soda in under 10 seconds, look at the name or look at the first or last idea. So let's look at the theme of the soda. Now, as we said. Now, this theme, as we said of character

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is found from beginning to end of the soda. So the first thing is character, no doubt how it split this sort of into six parts. The sorter is split into six parts.

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Part One

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Your character with

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a law sense it starts off like that. Yeah, you need to cut them obey the law. Don't forward your opinions advance yourself before a lot of thinking in order for example, to adapt your manners with Allah. Part Two, who is the best of creation?

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So your character with Rasulullah

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then if you look at the surah goes on to mention character with now the people and who are the best the people?

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That's true.

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Correct?

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Correct. You're right. In other words, believers Yes, believers are the best of people, however, and that's why I call them hiral very suitable EULA, however, the surah doesn't mention them next. It mentions the Forsyth the evildoers injure a confessor Cubana, but why evildoers before believers even though the believers are better

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Yeah, because the danger is much worse. If you don't deal with these people properly then the hotter the danger and the problems that can arise can affect you greatly can affect your society and the problems can be far worse. So it goes into mention your character your dealings with evildoers

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and then

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why important fatality minute meaning fellow believers meaning your character with the believes

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and then you look at the sort of yeah you Hannah so other

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people in general

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there's people in general include include non Muslims assured us so now it's not mentioned For example, muslimeen or caffeine for example, it's just nice people, people in general so in other words, the society as a whole and that's why it is hot, oh, movement calm, you're gonna get to this as soon literally people scoff, mock ridicule another group of people. It just says people, they didn't say Coleman muslimin. The restricted and this is what is called nacada. In Arabic, it's not restricted. Rather, it can include many types of people or groups. And then finally, Subhanallah, we always say the beginning of the surah connects with the end of the soul always, it goes back with

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your manners with has

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Allah manners was amazing, you find that 360 connection. So this is something which is your main hedge. When it comes to the Quran, it's very important to learn manage methodology. Why? Because once you learn a principle and a manager, something you can apply for the rest of your life. It's like a universal principle, but sometimes knowledge on its own. You can only learn it unless you're in that classroom setting or with a teacher. First of all, it's very important to understand these points of manhood how to approach the Quran, therefore, you can maximize your benefit. So Part Six, your manners with Allah.

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So that's the main theme. But there's another thing that I want to highlight. And that is how does it start? Yeah, Hola, Nina. Armando, you believe so it's about your belief, your Eman. This is another main theme.

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Another main theme. Imagine you find this Frasier you live in Armenia, you Halina mano a mano. It's mentioned a lot. Even the IRA, what do they say? call it lavabo men, they said we believe a listener say I solemnities in the soul of a man as another main theme. Why? What's the connection?

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True Eman is when you have good morals and conducting character? That is true man. That's a connection. That's one true man means awesome character. Who said this? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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where he said acmella mina imana. Those believers who have the highest form of Eman, the most perfect Eman so know whom hollowcore are those with the best of the best character, the province on solid LinkedIn. So if your character stinks,

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then you really don't have the best Eman. You don't have the metalness Lachman meaning a man as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, that's one connection. Another amazing connection between the two is if you want to perfect your character, fix your morals, fix your habits and etiquettes then it's why email, increase your Eman And then your character will also improve. And that's why for example, if we were in j Hillier, maybe we had bad etiquette, bad manners, as when we got into the den and we learned about these things in our email increased, we're willing to change ourselves. So really a man is the key to improve your character improve your morals and etiquette. That's a connection. And

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there are others, but we'll leave it at that for now so we can continue with the story.

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itself so an amazing link and that's why it's appalling to start with a man yeah hello Dean Herman and also email is the driving factor to changing ourselves. So those who say look I can't change this is how I am I got bad ways No, no you can change is why email and if you as we said the character isn't the best, then that means a mandarin truly settled.

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As for the importance of this theme, the importance of this topic as well. character, the Prophet sallahu wa sallam said in the memoirs to Leo Tell me Mama, Karima haluk

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I've only been sent to perfect good manners, good character. He said in NEMA in innama in Arabic is a slope house. Whenever you he in no matter what you read in there in an A or Hadith, it means house exclusivity. In other words, he's saying I've only been exclusively sent for this purpose. What is the also law to perfect good manners and character so panela Another example is in the Masada caught the eye about zakat. So Toba 60 Allah starts by saying in Nima in the midst of the pata sociopathy meetings occur, this Zakah can only be given to these recipients and he mentions them. So in my mains exclusivity only the prophet SAW Selim is telling us he's only been sent to perfect good

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manners, no matter what is the man and go for and you know, all of these other factors come in and I pray that your character is split into three types as a scholar said, your character with the Creator, your character with the creation and your character with yourself. So that basically encompasses everything, the creator and the creation. So that's how the asylum is basically telling us You sent for this purpose, and thus, this is the entire mission of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam to perfect good manners if someone asked you who or tell me the whole mission of the Prophet summarize it for me one How did you get this habit in my birth Toyota Mima? garimella.

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And on top of this Epitome was asked who I listened to find them. They say they go make the killing everyone and tap the NFC No, he said, Allah, Allah Manasa will have the most knowledge. They know the truth. However, our hamanasi will help the most merciful to the creation. Both unnecessary. Yeah, they have the truth. That's part one. But it's not only look I'm on the hook, bro. And everyone I can smash and label them with all the Annie deviancy Nope. But the second part is necessary, I'll hammer NASA will halt or hamanasi will halt they have the most mercy to the creation very important. That's how important this topic is upon on good manners and good character. And

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today, today we learn about EDA, and how important it is which no doubt it is important that's what really gets you into gender and I'll save you from the punishment right at the however this term it that what was formerly known as

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to the seller, the early generations they didn't call it after either a man they call the man for example, kW man. So a man basically is after either email includes confident or unsure and all of those issues that we must know and must act upon. However, he man isn't just only those issues that we learn in our either classes to hit Ruby or smell siefert and Eman also includes character.

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How, firstly, the Hadith acmella mean in a manner as the Prophet said, also, this surah starts by addressing a man. So a man isn't just as we said, there's issues you learn in life either, but it's also our love. That's how important this topic is very important indeed. In fact, we know in the Hadith the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us a woman from Israel, a prostitute, a prostitute. She was forgiven by Allah why

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she gave a thirsty dog Samora

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so powerful and because of that she was forgiven as per the authentic narration. Even claim commented on this Hadith, and he said, If Allah forgive the woman, the prostitute who merely quench the thirst of a dog, won't be the case of he who feeds the hungry, gives to drink and close the enclosure among the Muslims. In other words, shows good character towards them, surely their reward to be far superior

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and he showing good manners character to a dog will get you a reward with Allah and forgiveness from him Azerbaijan and paradise. Imagine showing good character to people. That's what our Deen is about. Once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam saw a man who was about to slaughter a sheep, and pin down his foot on its neck, and he was sharpening his knife as I looked on terrified,

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the prophet SAW sent him saw this and he got angry and upset. He says you wanted to die twice. What do you mean died twice? The first being heart failure when it sees what's going on. Right? You're scared half to death. You can imagine he's sharpening his knife and I can't wait to have you for his dinner tonight. Can we too slowly and No. Have you a dog is downstairs with some doggy sauce.

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dies first time then dies twice how we actually slaughter it? He says wouldn't any of you not sharpen it?

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his knife before he slaughters suppiler character to animals even slaughtering Yes, in the law catabolic Santa Allah. The prophet SAW Selim told us Allah has prescribed excellent in all matters. Even in slaughtering, he said for either the bathroom for us, you know,

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even when you sacrifice and Flora perfected This is a Sharia, for example, you don't take an animal and you slaughter it in front of the others. You know you don't make an example out of her so you're next to what I just did to him. No, no, you don't do that. Not only do you take a young from its mother.

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Also when you do take it sharpen the knife. Why? Imagine you're trying to slaughter for the butter knife

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with the four hours torture.

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Also, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us to actually give us some water beforehand, look after it paddock give us some water, some food

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because it's going to be offered to

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the these are all etiquettes from the Sharia. And this is the Sharia look at the mercy we show to animals. Imagine the mercy we showed to humans. And if only the kuffaar were to basically only know these 70 they think Sharia is only cutting the hand of the thief and even as conditions. Not every person who steals gets a hand cut immediately know for example among the conditions is that they were not tempted. For example, you hire batlow someone to come clean your house and then walk past your room and they see your safe wide open. Alright, let's go. If they still then the hand is not cut because they were tempted. But if it was locked tight and they break basically breaking into

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that's when the hand is cut. See the hammer from the Sharia law from Allah that Sharia. So the point is the importance of this theme. And I want to

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mention a beautiful quote by one of the drought in the UK avoided Rahim was nine he said Sophia which is understandable, Jamal. These are synonymous terms. The Sunnah, and Sophia is more than a big big short thobe refer Leah den Salafi is also to do your best to perfect your character. You're dealing with the people, your speech and your actions. This is a lesson that will Gemma as we said Amy was asked who are the sooner he said to have the best character. He said sadly, one of the biggest hurdles to our way is our bad character. So

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the early sooner sometimes known as people with bad ways Aloma Stan, we are rough and tough with the people and then we expect them to listen to our message. So can happen will lie selfie is the truth. The web and asuna is the truth. And if we only improved our characters and our manners, then people will be more receptive to other will lie so true. I finished this quote he said, Sophia is not slandering and backbiting. Sophia is not making tough do on our brothers based on mistakes calling him albida. For example, Salafi is not being suspicious of one another, and slapping each other with fatawa left, right and center. Selfie is not a club, that any organization or Masjid has a monopoly

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over selfie is to follow the Quran and the authentic sooner upon the understanding of the Sahaba and the early scholars and those who follow them with goodness and to be balanced and to have good manners. That is that of cinema. Do you have any comments and I will leave it to the end write it down

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Yabba Jaffa Oliveira that way we don't

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I'll send it to you in a text message. If anyone would like that. I'll send it to you as a text message and Sharma beautiful and if you go to Abu Ibrahim Hasnain on his Facebook page he's got it borrows, I think a couple of weeks ago

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and will him now just wanted to mention that the importance of this topic will lie so underrated and underestimated sometimes some brothers say look, you know, we have to learn the hard core stuff rather

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than other beta and takfeer and tafsir and shotgun. That's important. But don't forget this topic. So let's start at one

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so if you're taking notes, what I suggest is you put a one and then under it you put the point forms that will mention

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and perhaps I'll even write some of them on the board for you say one yeah, you will Yeah. Are you Halloween Amanullah to cut them obey the law. So the law says are you believe? Do not

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put yourself forward do not advance yourself before Allah and His messenger. What does this mean? One of the reasons why this ayah was revealed was in the term of law school law, some of the Sahaba was saying, if only Allah revealed this, and if only he made this Halloran If only he made this haram was saying, No, do not advance your own opinions.

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You Allah, before Allah and His messenger. In other words, know your position, be humble have character with a loss of a job. So I one

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is about character with Allah.

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So how did you how do you put yourself forward? How do you advance yourself before Allah and His messenger? There's a direct way. And there's an indirect way.

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Directly is when you say, you know, you're

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opinion

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over the Quran and Sunnah.

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Right? You know better. I don't think this should be here or that should be then in another Bella.

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In fact, this is a type of cover. So that's directly, indirectly, maybe a shady speaking or a scholar, they have the opinion they're following the Quran and the Sunnah. And you want to basically say, No, no, no, I don't want this is wrong and you're wrong and based on no knowledge, in other words, the indirect way is to speak without knowledge.

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Because this ayah was sent down to correct the Sahaba. No, don't say that which you don't know.

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So don't speak without knowledge.

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Or speaking without knowledge is an indirect way of what this is talking about.

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And remember, Chef Ray, just to give you an example of this, he was once asked a question and you remain silent.

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Remember, sheffy wants you saying something? What's the answer?

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He said, I'm not going to speak until I know, there were the virtue is is the virtue in my silence, or is there virtue in my answer? Once or another, then I'm going to talk for a man song.

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He thought before he spoke.

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Also, Mr. shabby, who was the Mufti of Iraq,

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not ashamed Mufti. He was asked the question one day, he said, let me leave he had it must Allah have no knowledge in this issue? The man was shocked. He said learn malloc

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I like to stay my head in Maputo and to move to LA. He said, don't you aren't you shy from this and you're the master of a lot. And you embarrassed to say I don't know. He said when they can muster hemolytic anemia photo suparna galera melanin lm lm Donna. However, the angels weren't shy and embarrassed when I said we have no knowledge of Alexa, what you told us

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and others if you want to be an angel, and say I don't know. I don't know. And it was mentioned, as I mentioned earlier to the brothers, a beautiful statement by mon Sol one month, one month Soren, who was one of the sellers on Mercer alto Abraham and Abraham who are caught and Miss Ella tiene el carro. Here taffy YG. monsoon says I didn't ask him for him and the one of the sellers a great scholar indeed a question except I saw the camera here. I saw the the tests for having a nature in his face. He was worried he had fear of Allah didn't want to speak with that knowledge was also mentioned alleman Malik had a similar response. Whenever you ask the question about how long how

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long his face changed color suppiler law, amazing.

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Buddha said, I agree misfold to say I don't know is half of knowledge. That's a tad dumela. That's having managed with a lot. You might ask how do I apply these if now is to be silent if we don't know. And to say I don't know, when you don't know is actually the correct answer.

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So you might ask, How do I change my character? How do I perfect my management? Allah Allah gives us the answer in the first he says what the law have Taqwa of Allah in the Lucha Semyon Allah. Allah is really Sameer is O'Hara of what you say, Eileen or Noah of what you intend. In other words, Allah azza wa jal is giving us the answer in the opening area. How to correct your character. We said the theme is character Yes. How do you change your character? Allah already gave us the answer in the opening if he said yeah, you were living Eminem, have Eman And then he ends with was saying what Allah have Taqwa because that's what really, it's to place a protective barrier between you and sin

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between you and Allah as punishment. That's what taqwa is really, because it came from the word require which is a barrier. So is to watch what you do what you say, what will you step, watch what you touch, everything. That's taqwa allows you to saying if you had any man you watch we say you watch your manners, you watch your bad etiquette and morals with Allah, the messenger and the people.

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Now, the shift goes on to manners with her Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam

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laws which just says

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yeah, you were letting me know again, you see email allows me distressing those who believe Yeah, you have levena amulet on Pharaoh as well to come focus on the Navy. You believe Do not raise your voices above the voice of the Navy, the prophet, Allah said Nabil, why to show as a high status is a prophet Don't raise your voice above his was mentioned that Sabbath even place rhodiola and one of the Sahaba when he heard this area, he went into his house hiding and he didn't want to come out. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam noticed his absence. And that shows you a true leader. true leadership qualities. He knows his people. He knows those around him. Everyone was important to him solid SLM

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and 31 pay

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isn't like a big name that many people know like, I'm horrible, horrible, right? There's not a fabric team in place before tonight, perhaps none of us, but also learn your true leadership qualities everyone was important. Not only those who are going to benefit me No. True matters is when you show it to those who will benefit you in the least. You're walking in the street, you see a poor person, how do we respond to that poor person is not going to benefit us? Don't even look at him. Do we give him a snide remark? Do we give some sort of like, for example, an old management across the street, not going to benefit us but the carrying big bags help him across the street, for

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example, that shows you're

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catching on public transport and you see an old person in or trying to, you know, standing up, or someone who's disabled doesn't have a place to sit when you give them your seat? That's true. So the profit sort of like I said, it's not going to benefit from there but right, and as we see is not a big name that we know of how we asked about him, one of the services all go and find them he went to his home and asked him if there but the Prophet is asking about you. What are you doing? He said, I fee that I'm among the people of the Hellfire because of this ayah because he actually had a loud voice, which I was revealed was about me. That's what he's saying. So news came back to the Prophet.

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And the prophet SAW Selim said No, tell him he's not from the people of Ghana. Rather, he's from the people of Paradise upon Allah, that I say he thought is from the people of paradise. Sorry, if I did then I slip of the tongue. He said, I thought he says, I believe in from the people of Hellfire because this error was revealed about me. So when you came back to little slice and know it, tell him he's not from the people of jahannam is from the people of Jenna. Amazing. So

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after this ayah was revealed. Amara was mentioned can Amara Delano la yusmeiro Rasul Allah Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Soto, it can be really sad to say Mr. Heyman, after this, it was revealed the armor would not speak to the Prophet, except the Prophet would have to ask him to raise his voice. What was your armor? I can't hear what you're saying. Because Allah said, Don't raise your voices above the voice of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and also also to show you how much this ayah changed the Sahaba

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even after the messenger died, after the messenger died, and we know where the Prophet buried in the house of Arusha, and that's now connected to what

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must have the number with the profits question, right wasn't really part of the masjid because as we know, a lot of bury someone in the mustard, but later on with the renovations, and they extended it and included the prophets grave.

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Once and this is the during the time of ominous khilafah. He heard he saw two men arguing in the profits and raising the voices. He called them over. He says Where are you from? Almost questioning us interrogating us. Where are you from? I said we're from a boy. He said if you had told me that you're from El Medina. I would have slapped both of you.

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Not both your lights out? Why? I said Why? What's going on? He said this is the grave of the Prophet. And a lot told us told us a lot. Yeah, you're letting me know lateral force water control because of the Navy. Don't raise your voices above the voice of the messenger. He said and even huddle is commenting on this. That can you cross refer saltier and under Cobra rasulillah karma Can you crawl under hierarchy Rosalina

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Abraham's are commented on this. And he said it is disliked to raise your voice before the grave of the Prophet just as it was disliked to raise your voice before the Prophet. So even after the Prophet passed away, the Sahaba will still apply this verse and not raise their voices in the presence of the prophets grave. That's the respect Allah gave him.

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Nah, son. And so you might say okay, how do I apply this idea here? Okay, I can apply if I'm in Medina, what about here in Sydney, Australia, Liverpool, was mentioned element Malik whenever he wanted to narrate and he was of course and read of Hadith. Can you suddenly have to comb his beard? Well, and you have a shower, where

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you put on perfume?

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Why is it so behavior T Mobile calm, he would sit with honor in a dignified manner. So may you had this, then he'll narrate so panela that's how we'll come to narrate the Hadith of the Prophet respecting the messenger even after he's passed away. Not coming to listen looking for garbage, or generating looking like trash. No, no, he's speaking about us a lot. And he said it was mentioned if anyone raised his voice in that gathering, Kenny Cole Hoffman soltec the man Rafa Soto phoca de rasulillah Rafa Soto focus ot rasulillah he said, anyone lowered rose the voice in the gathering, he said Lower your voice because whoever raised their voices above the hadith of Rasul Allah, it's as

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if he's

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made his voice above the voice of last week.

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And he they applied these yet, even after the death of the Prophet. And we can apply this now with the shape or the teacher is reading a hadith. Also look at Listen up, it's not raised our voice and talk to the person next to us or whatever whisper and gossip or whatever the case may be. Sometimes you find the lectures, the brothers are hanging out talking in the back lying down eating popcorn like it's a movie. Right so this is how we apply these ads.

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So what made thermit and Omar Anima Malik act like this

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was the man

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was it Yeah, do you have a man do this. He managed once again. You want to change increase your amount and you increase in morals and righteous character. Let's go to the next part of this I wanna tell you how hula hooping holy cow haribol the company Bob. Alice's and don't address the messenger like you address one another. What will happen about Mr. lucam your deeds will become null and void you will lose its upon a lot. In other words, how would the Sahaba address each other?

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How would they address each other normally? How would you address your friend? You call him by his name? Jamar yeah Baba Yaga

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Allah saying don't even address the Prophet with his own name. Don't say yeah, Mohammed. Look at the respect and honor Allah gave him he's honest. Salim came from the heavens. No one on earth can take it away. Don't even address your solo with his name like your dress one other Mohammed Hayden, buddy. Don't even say that. What will happen and Tabatha lucam you need to become null and void who's talking to the Sahaba or their deeds? Did you have the solder for the salado CRM, the CRM everything will become null and void just by saying Yeah, Mohammed. Now there was a was really teaching us honoring the Prophet is not a small matter. It's a huge matter when the Prophet is

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insulted and mocked. Let's defend the Prophet not that he needs of the fence but rather for our own defense before loss of return. Honoring the messenger defending him is a big deal. And you can use this as proof allows you to set on a him Don't even address him by his name. You find in the Quran. Allah really addresses the prophets by name. Yes. Yeah. Adam, who's gonna enter was ojochal Jana yamasa. In need another book? Yeah, Isa, in name otowa fig. Yeah, yeah, hold it.

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But never, ever, ever does Allah say, yeah, Mohammed. Allah never addresses the Prophet by name. Never. You'll never find the Mohammed in the Quran. Yes, the prophet name is mentioned like Mohammed on Rasulullah. Right, but it's not Yeah, Mohammed. How does the law dress him then?

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Yeah, you have Navy or you have for even more respect? Yeah, you have Navy? Yeah. You have Rasool he gave him a title, the title of Prophet and Messenger in the Quran upon a line like when you give someone a title, you say Dr. So and So, Mr. So and So shape so and so you honor them further by putting him or give him a title a logic put them on a pedestal, give him a title. In other words, the last thing I didn't even address him by his name, how how dare you address him by his name, so upon amazing so that's how we apply this ayah Allah basically he wants us to honor the prophet and to increase the love of the prophets of Allah so live in our hearts

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area for this to go to a fall in Medina unit doing a common law in Herat, a thorough home law. Allah says those who those who call you called out to jasola behind the 100 dwellings the homes, most of them have no sense a large region revealed this is why because some of the Arab those who lacked manners were still on manners with the messenger Yes, I feel is still manners with the messenger

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is to go and call the Prophet Mohammed by name as well is to go to his house and cold out how outside and it's cold out cold that cannot even go and knock on the door. So panel. Now, the word Herat, Hydra is plural for Hydra. And Hudler as we said, is a warfare. It's a small room. So basically, it was used to describe the house because the house was very small back then.

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The wife of the Prophet Mohammed, for example, average wife, she had one room for everything. That was a bedroom, the unswayed, the laundry, the kitchen, she did everything in that one room.

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So if your wife's complaining, remember that. Look, the wives the best of women married to the best men, they just had that one room. In fact, that's what the whole house was basically one or two rooms. So Allah mentioned that this was able to go to the houses and call that but what are the lumbridge and plural hoogenraad? Right? The Prophet basically he was living there we got to his house.

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The plural was mentioned a lot.

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Now because of that

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two reasons. One, that these are Rob would go to the houses and call out one by one. Yeah, Mohammed excels. Yeah, Mohammed nada excels Mohammed right there we go to the houses literally. So the bad ones would go to each house.

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Panama Sewell Adam.

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Once again, teaching us manners with the Prophet.

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It also teaches us something else. Allah mentioned the plural. In other words, the other houses showing us the sanctity of the neighborhood, the sanctity of the street, don't even go and disturb the other people. Very important lesson.

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sanctity of neighbors

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of the neighborhood.

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In other words to go and do you know burn out in the street make a lot of noise and scream and caught up to the Shabaab and none of that's not part of the deen. Rather, we need to look after Danny, the sanctity and love to preserve the sanctity of the neighborhood by respecting the rights of the neighbors, even if the non Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Man can you know again a man who believes man can a yoke Minami La Ilaha for you? The Jara who did not harm his neighbor. He didn't say Jara, who Muslim the Muslim neighbor, right? Or al Jahren movement, the believing neighbor, he just had a job the neighbor any neighbor, Muslim or non Muslim, not allowed to have

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them throw the rubbish over. You don't make a lot of noise. crank up the Quran to in the morning. It's called anchors right on the hacker can do what I want. No. We said being on the hub also means having manners. So interesting. While I mentioned that in plural last afternoon, a lot of them have no sense if they had sense basic manners that will go knock on the house and not disturb the Prophet. In other words, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had so much manners also he didn't want to tell them Look, don't do this. He felt shy to correct them and hurt their feelings. That's how the Messenger of Allah was. Many times he feel shy to say things a larger region will reveal a

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lot on his behalf in the law hilarious document of Huck because Allah is not sure of the truth. showing you the manners of the Prophet. So sometimes sometimes the show for example, you look at him, he's tired. He's worn out. Is that a long day? Then ask him 101 questions, right have manners maybe he's trying to tell you looking smashed after go home. So sometimes we have to look at these signs around us. As the saying goes, good love even bill a Shara TFM every wise one understands with the signals. Right? For example, guys holding a lot of boxes and he's trying to open the door. He can't get it he like,

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open the door.

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You got your phone? I wonder how he's gonna do it. Right? Help him, right? Help him either come into the rooms like this. Are you looking for? tissue, right? So let's just go doing doing that. What's wrong? Give me your hands.

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So we have to understand with the signs around us.

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Another interesting point from home to rot, we said useful. The house the home. What was the profit when they people wanted him

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at home, showing you a very, very important quality of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he spent quality time at home quality time with the wife and kids quality time with the family. Unfortunately, today, the day he spent all of his time and outside of the home trying to save the world. But he forgot to save his own house.

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It's an oxymoron. It's a contradiction. It's like basically saying a plumber with a bad toilet or a dentist with bad teeth.

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If you're a day, fix your home first. Now we start there in the house because as the saying of Allah would go and also know where to start. The family is the nucleus of society. Because each family has individuals, you fix them, you fix the family, then you fix households, then you fix societies, communities, nations and the whole world.

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I say get the philosopher, right. It's true to some extent. Right. So we start in the home. The family sort of spent quality time in the house asked about law. When was the last time you spent quality time with your family with your wife with mom and dad with the kids. And no sitting there looking at your phone checking WhatsApp and Facebook doesn't count. Doesn't count unfortunately, what's happening the fo mo syndrome. Remember, fear of missing out people have fear of missing out the latest tweet, news feed YouTube video and habit spending quality time and I sitting there just watching TV not communicating also doesn't count. When was the last time we had a decent

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conversation with our kids. For those who have a no go to your room and wash your hands. Don't hit your sister and get in the car that doesn't count. I'm sorry. A decent conversation. You know if we don't know our kids best friend's names, or our kids favorite colors or favorite foods or favorite hobbies as a problem. How could we not know these things?

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If you don't give your kids time when they're young Guess what? They're not going to give you time when the old kids get old 15 1617 I son how school today? All right. What did you do? Nothing. What do you want to do on the weekend? Or

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maybe he's talking to you like that because when he was young, that look what I did at school now. They're looking at this award. I'm busy that God offers that caliber.

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Maybe because we're like that. So spend quality time with a family otherwise committed, you know, to them. Basically, you reap what you sow. Don't expect succulent strawberries when you serve in the seat of a cactus.

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That's the lesson. So the profile is far too slim in quality time with his wives with his family. And he was romantic. Yes, it was romantic.

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So be romantic also for example, once he knelt down in the mud in the dirt and filth Why? So his wife can use him as a step to climb onto the camera that was the profile is not to stamp amazing showing manners in a be someone who says I love you every day. But proves it also as well. I just I love you know, basically love is proven on the limb not only on the lips Misaki bro cuz How can implement this hadith? No camels in Liverpool?

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You have the car true. open the car door for her. And no you're not opening up because you feel she's going to scratch it. I better get a quick handler and not opening because it's kk night. I want to show you Mr. Romantic and after that loss. After the honeymoon. You play different tune? No, no, no. always like that. Even after 1015 years of marriage is Jafar interested in getting married?

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Yeah, that's right there you go. Babies to romantic Yeah. Babies to romantic with your with your wives Shabaab, you know use a Hillel pickup line. No problem.

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For example, a wife asked her husband when he's eight he said every day she was What are you talking about? He said every day with you is eight

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That's right.

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Let's go to a five

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allows him just now connects this ayah with the one previous he says hello and the home sabado had taco de la him that can hide on the home allows him to sit if only they had patience until you came out instead of going to your house and calling out Yeah, Mohammed Mohammed all hours of the night was saying if they only had patience until you came out to them that would have been better for them. What does Allah teaching us in a five? Yes, manners with the messenger continued but also allows really teaching us Don't be hasty in receiving knowledge. You want the messenger just wait Habibi, just relax, take it easy. Don't be hasty. We can apply that today. Don't be hasty in seeking

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knowledge, gaining knowledge. Some people come they've enrolled they're pumped up because the only man steroids in the two year diploma after one or two weeks you know I'm not cut out for this. I'd have the patience to heart that dropped out. Don't be hasty. Once you do something, try to commit fulfill it and if you can't do it all, don't leave it all. Some brothers they couldn't do the five subjects No worries, do three you can't do three do one do something. And as already said my ramen and my Joomla that bandhu Joomla have a six knowledge one go will lose it in one go. In my youth level l l Mr. l me well lately. Rather knowledge is sort of the duration of many days and many

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nights. That's the first lesson we can learn from a five. Don't be hasty. Number two allows really saying if only they will patient it will be better for them. In other words, allows me is also teaching us when you when you're patient, it's better for you how you're going to get a better answer.

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Be patient with your shift with your teacher don't hastin him Don't rush him I want to answer now give me the first one l know you'll get a better answer. Rather than him just shooting off anything just to make you be quiet or so you can not bother him anymore. And this is what Mr. Malik used to say. He said I will not repeat I will not give a hadith about the Prophet. If I'm outside or walking or in a hurry. I won't speak why. He said he bought a new hammer. And

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I want it to be understood what I'm reading about the profit I'll be able to understand amazing this how the other of the relevance of the past so also we have to understand this you know if you're if you need an answer and you share doesn't pick up the phone, then call him 100 times after that you'll pick up pick up pick up until it rings out. Maybe was in the bathroom he comes out 20 missed calls What's going on?

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Take it easy, right? And also the first thing you should say yeah, shake your stead, my teacher whatever. Is this a good time? Are you busy? Ask him is an appropriate time. Don't be hasty. Very important. A lot of the times when I used to call Shahab the celeb, the first thing I asked him Yes sir, and have the last one acid

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is a good time to say, No.

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I appreciate his honesty. Why? Because he doesn't want to rush the answer. He wants to hear it properly. Give me a proper response. So I'd appreciate that. So that's how we have to be, we can apply this idea today. Don't be hasty with your teachers also, you know, don't call him in in times, give him a message or call you back. And if they don't, maybe they visit the whole community attend to

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and if he doesn't answer then go to his house. When someone came to my house knocking knocking, knocking knocking, the sooner is how many times three and that's it you walk off KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK good 10 minutes I was in the back lying down I wasn't feeling well. You know what they did? They went to the back Is anyone home?

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To make it worse was the system Oh, we're looking at the back What's going on? What's this? The panel is how we can apply this If yes, man is just a messenger but anyone who takes the position of the messenger In other words, what are the messengers do they taught they taught the deen so scholars mushiya teachers those in our weather and the home sobre la him they can I don't know is six now after manners with the Messenger of Allah now we said pathri manners with the evildoers. Yes, the forcep Yeah, are you letting me know again, he man he man.

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Enjoy a confessor whenever in fact about you know, if I fast that evil do account with news now about great news or just any news, great news. Especially, but today, you know, verify it,

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confirm it, don't just accept it and run and put on Facebook and Twitter. So what number is this is six miles with the evildoers? It was the first step and who is the first step?

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Yeah, it came from for soap which is to commit sins etc. So it could be a believer who are a Muslim who commits major sins.

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I believe it falls into major sins

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gages major sins as a first step.

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What about the

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religion do major sense? Of course, like what should can confer for status? So all of the confira for sir, all of them.

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So where do we get news today?

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1009 ABC, BBC, NBC. Any news from the kuffaar Allah has always teaching us don't just accept a straightaway verify confirm How many times do Muslims just take what is on the news? And Muslim did this Muslim did that Yola Look what he's doing? How can the Muslim God is giving us a bad name, verify it, verify very quick to label your brothers with, you know, the worst of crimes. And we haven't even verified upon law laws, as we were just telling us verify why we say bad manners, even how you deal with them. Why? Because if you don't verify, then you're going to show ill malice towards the Muslims towards other people what would happen allies will mentioned and to see Boko

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membuka you're going to

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afflict people out of ignorance then what photos we have at mF ultimate event. And then because of that you become ever regretful.

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What's interesting in this area allows me to send to Cebu to Cebu is to afflict it's a fairly it's a verb. Whereas when Allah as we just said, you'll be regretful he used a name now the mean like fer Eileen Muslim in a name, what's the difference between verbs and names in Arabic? a verb basically is temporary. Right? I took a sip, temporarily right? always drinking drinking, I acted upon something I did a verb is temporary, while names in Arabic are permanent. When Allah said you're going to afflict someone out of ignorance, who is the verb. In other words, you can afflict someone temporarily just for a moment or two. But because of that silly action, which only happened for a

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second or two, allows you to sit you'll be forever regretful now the mean he used the name permanently regretful only one minor mistake, the verb temporarily you just didn't want out of ignorance, you can have a lifetime of regret. See, the beauty of this is it gives you the fairland ism and a combined them deeper lessons amazing

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and allows was connected. This is a six with a before a a five, hell. Don't be hasty. Number five, Don't be hasty. Wait for the messenger here. Don't be hasty. Verify the news. So this is the agenda. Being hasty is not a good characteristic. only be hasty when it comes to a good deed and repentance. But when it comes to things like this watch,

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the prophet alayhi salatu salam also told us It's enough of a sin, enough of a sin to narrate everything you hear.

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That's what the profile is, was what Sam said. That's enough of us. In other words, if you do that enough, some people everything they hear everything they read on Facebook and social media. They spread it. He said that's enough of a scene in

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In other words, if you do that you've met your quota for singing. That's it. You shouldn't be sending after that. How many people do that I heard, I saw, I happen to read happens a lot. No, it's enough of a sin to narrate everything you hear everything you learn everything you read, that's what the profile is. So lots of slim told us. Therefore, we have to watch out and accepting news and if you hear news about your brother or sister and you know this person, look, I just saw this person at a pub, or a club. And if you know that person No, no, you know, you should say, No, I'm going to verify this. I'm not going to accept that's how we should be not fall into suspicion. And they are

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our brothers and sisters. In other words, don't immediately any tarnish other people with labels based on suspicion allows.

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Finally, let's go to six, seven and eight. Eliza says well mo n fi comm rasulillah know this your Sahaba that the Messenger of Allah is amongst you, is in your midst.

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Isn't this a blessing 100% which is what the next day is for la mina la he went ama it's a fallen from Allah, a bounty from Allah and an AMA a blessing. Imagine having rasulillah with you. What a blessing.

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And you know, if you had the messenger amongst you, I was really teaching them. Look, you have any problems, a facet comes to with news, you go to the messenger and ask, you can get the fuck to Australia like that. It can solve a lot of problems in our community. This is teaching us that when you have a person of knowledge, use them, go to them. That's how we can apply this. I ask them for advice. Now basically do whatever you think.

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But honestly, imagine we had the messenger of Lotus today, so less than how many problems will be solved.

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Especially what's happening overseas, you ask him, you know what's the hokum and photo on ISIS, and then i and j and Roberta nostra. Oh, this must be the not Marquez. And this right, you can ask him and I'll give you the answer.

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So power law. In other words, the fact that we don't have the Messenger of Allah is a tragedy indeed, look at looking at Omar today. And that's why no doubt the profile is what was said whenever you are faced with a calamity and affliction, just remember my death, and that outweighs it. And that is so true. No calamity is greater than the calamity of the death of the messenger. And without him Aliso to serve, look at us. We're like lost sheep in the wilderness with the wolves ready to attack us. Aloha mastan. So this is beautiful Los Angeles teaching us the greatness of having the Messenger of Allah among the Sahaba and If only we had him today, but this is another test for this

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oma. So this is a beautiful song that goes into Amanda's with how we should be with allies messenger and they will do is next week. We're going to start with a&m. We're in a 30 minute mini Nocturne. If two pilots were among the many in the believers fight, very important. This is exactly what's happening today. And not just fighting with words that are here. detail, physical fighting warfare. But you know what a lot of said despite saying fighting, which is the highest level of difference and animosity is not a difference of opinion here, you're fighting literally with swords with guns. The highest level allow us to call this word believers. Amazing. If only we apply this as of today

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that all of these problems in our community between masajid and groups and young centers, a lot of them won't even exists upon my laws or gel, rectify our character and make our

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insides better than an outside me. So panic alone will become the shadow and Mr. Furukawa tunic