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The host of a live program introduces a study on Islam covering topics such as religion, religion, and the importance of praying during the night. The study also discusses the benefits of visiting sick individuals for a long period of time, including distraction from guests, socializing with guests, and maintaining healthy health. The importance of honoring Prophet Muhammad's rule and burying the dead person is emphasized, along with the need to fulfill spiritual deeds and be aware of the culture's impact on one's behavior. The conversation ends with a brief advertisement for a book and a song about protecting loved ones.

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Ah Javi

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Allah Our God is the greatest

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glory to Him.

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You must to be the best and gave his best religion to them. Allah God is the greatest

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to be and give Is this

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a Salam o Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Smilla Rahmanir Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala and Avi Mustafa. We're back. My dear viewers, welcome to another live edition of our program. Guardians of the pious and today's episode is number 382.

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And it will be the first study in chapter number 144. In the book of Deuteronomy read the first chapter visiting the sick.

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The first Hadith we have is Hadith number 894.

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That's a very sound Hadith

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narrated by Al Bara Ignazio of the Allahu Anhu Omar Khan. Mr. Rana rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be a year that in Murrayfield what he were in Janessa what a shimmy it allowed us whatever or ill MOOCs in

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one nostril mas room. What a jab at Dairy. What if share is Salam. Mustafa canali

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al Bara Ignacy Allah be pleased with him and his father narrated that the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him has ordered us to visit the sick, to follow the funeral of added believer

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respond to the sneezer by saying your hammock Allah

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to help those who vow to fulfill it

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to help the oppressed, to accept the invitation, which is extended by

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an inviter.

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And to promote the greeting of a salon by saying As salam o alaikum, or to the end Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

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These are the teachings of our beautiful religion. My dear respected brothers and sisters, my dear viewers, Muslims or non Muslims. You want to learn about Islam. Study the teachings of this messenger of Allah peace be upon him.

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Whom when are the liveness Allah may Allah be pleased with him,

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said once he entered and Medina as a Mohajer, the first thing I heard from him was or people after Salah

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spread peace and a greeting of peace of iman time, and feed those who are in need, be hospitable, be generous,

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was all new billionaire Sunim and offer prayer at night, while people are asleep. That whole region now thorough be calm, be salon in order to enter

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Paradise, the heaven of your Lord peacefully.

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These are the principles of our beautiful religion, to be kind to people to be helpful, to be in

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to be there for those who are in need. And to have a good relationship with your Creator, not only in public, but in private, to pray some parts of the night while people are asleep, that will secure a seat and place in heaven that halogen Natasha de Compostela.

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The command of Mr. Rana indicates that it is mandatory. So it is obligatory upon us to do the following

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commandments, when a year that married second etbr Janessa Schmidt will out us is a third abroad will Moxham is a fourth naserian of law is the fifth Jabba to Derry is a six and if shall Salam is the seventh is our Seven Commandments.

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And the Seven Commandments are for buki fire

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in case that some Muslims have fulfilled them, then the rest will not be blameworthy but only the person who fulfilled it will be rewarded will be compensated for it will be appreciated by Allah Almighty. If somebody sneezes if a Muslim sneezes while we're sitting

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So, if no one says to him your hammock Allah, then everybody is blameworthy. Everybody has committed a big sin.

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But if only one person said your hammock Allah, He will be rewarded for that and the rest nor world, but they're not blamed because at least somebody said it that is a meaning of a communal duty. If only one person did it, then the rest are exempt. Then if a few people have done it, then obviously the rest are exempt. exempt from what? exempt from the blame, but they pray from their word. Because men na nila sorry hon. Only whoever does good means that Karina also. So if you do,

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if you work, if you do good deeds, then you will be rewarded for that. Those Seven Commandments, which we said that are communal duties, not individual duties.

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If any person if any Muslim have fulfilled it, then there is not to be blamed. The first command is a year that in married and we'll say a year that will married he can say in Arabic also Xiao Ratan married if he attended those Arabic classes. And you say what is the difference between the era and era.

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This is a very fine difference as the era when you visit somebody even once.

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Okay, that's called Z era when the three angels visited Ibrahim Ali salaam, the schools era,

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Hal attack a hadith wifey Ibrahim and Micromine as calls era visit,

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but riada is a frequent visit is a visit which is repeated at the same place to the same person. And why do we use this term of ZR or visit, we use the word reorder when it comes to the sick, because it is not one time deal. Rather, we're encouraged. And it is recommended for us to visit the sick person as much as you can.

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Obviously, unless if the sick person or if the physician or the specialists say no visitations, there is a very big risk for visiting or whenever somebody visits a sick person, he may get emotional or because of the infection or because of whatever. So we need to keep them isolated. That's a different case. Even though

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sometimes when the visitations is not permitted, they have a screen and the person will be standing, seeing the patient and the patient will be seeing him. So this is also very helpful. Some people say, what is the purpose of visiting somebody from behind the screen.

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The purpose is huge. Number one for you to earn the word, this whole chapter we'll be talking about that. Number two, it gives an assurance to the patient, he benefits out of your DUA. It makes him feel better, it makes him feel better.

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You know, brothers and sisters, those who happen to be sick, they know what I'm talking about. When they see the loved ones, their friends, coming to visit, whether they're carrying roses or even empty handed, it doesn't matter what matter is seeing you in front of them, that makes them feel better. People care about me. And they come and they come again and they come again. They keep visiting it make them feel happy. The night time is the worst part of the day. For those who are sick. Why. And sometimes you have to increase the dose of the analgesics. Why? Because during the day, people are visiting. So that lighten the pain. And it makes it easier for the person to

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distract their attention from aching and the pain. And they're busy with their guests. Talking to them making art for them, seeing them socializing with them. While at the night time. It's such a long time. It seems like the night is never ending.

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And the patient is aching is complaining is is in severe pain. It is the same pain during the day or the night. But he's feeling his endurance to the pain during the night is less than the day because no one is visiting. Even the nurses if you need the nurse, you have to press the button you have to ring the bell. You know they're not sitting with you in most cases I mean, so visiting the sick is very helpful for the sick person and for you. Besides the word.

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visiting the sick person is very helpful.

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For the people who pay the visit, or do the year, because it brings your attention, some of the countless blessings, which I, you and all of us have been negligent of.

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When the patient says Subhanallah I was just going to work and all of a sudden, I felt like my knees couldn't bear me anymore. So they rushed me to the hospital when they fell and say, Do you need a knee replacement? You stop touching your knees. Oh, and Hamdulillah I was playing soccer yesterday, I was jogging in the track. Oh, you're able to walk, you're able to move freely, is a great blessing. Maybe you've never paid attention to it in your life. Why? Because

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I don't have to say you or he or she or me, all of us, we take for granted. We only realized that it was such a big blessing. When we lose it, when we miss it, the sight, the hearing, ability to talk, the ability to walk. So when you visit somebody at the hospital and you know his medical condition.

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Number one, you appreciate the blessings that you're still enjoying. And you're trying your best to ask Allah subhanaw taala to maintain it for you and there is a dua in this regard. You don't only pray for the patient or the sick person. But the prophets Allah Allah Allah said Msh if you see somebody been afflicted with anything, and then you say Alhamdulillah Hilah, the Averna MyMathLab hereby Aruna, or for dolina Allah cathedral and healthy health of the law, obviously this is implore, you can say it in singular and Hamdulillah. Hilary, if any praise be to Allah, who protected me who pardon me who kept me healthy and saved me from what Mabthera we hear it from

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whatever he afflicted others with, whether it's sickness, poverty, loss of limb or whatever. Okay. Well, for Balani, Allah Kathy remains healthy of the law. And he made me superior, and he favored me over many of his creation.

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This dua seems to be in line with your observation, which I mentioned earlier, appreciating the blessing, which will have been taken for granted for years, only before you mess it before you lose it. Whenever you see somebody else have lost it.

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Very interesting story of an old man 80 Plus had urinary retention.

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And he was suffering badly and started screaming his bladder is full. And he cannot leak out the urine. And he was crying out of pain. So they rushed him to the hospital. And in the ER, the for the catheter, and the league, the urine out out of his bladder. And he felt better.

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And now, his sons are very happy that their dad started feeling better. So the look for the doctor. And they thanked him. Everybody's busy to thank the doctor because he made the father feel better. And the father was crying. said Are you okay? Is there anything was still, you know, painful? Do you feel any pain? He said, No, I just realize that for 80 years, for 80 years, I have been urinating easily without the need or the help or the assistance of anyone, no doctor have to help me to urinate to pass urine. I had been urinating easily and get up at night, or during the day or while working at any time you just go to the bathroom and you answer the phone of nature.

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And I only realize now how great was such a blessing.

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You realize it when you lose it. So one of the benefits of visiting the sick you see

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the old man. So his sons and everybody was very grateful to the doctor for helping the father to empty his bladder once

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how many times you do it every day? How many times? How many times you whenever you feel the urge to answer the call of nature. You just go to the bathroom. You know maybe you just have some complaints that you don't have the toilet paper. You don't have the nice fragrance so or but these are all minor things. But at least you're capable to pass urine to empty your bladder to answer the call of nature. I think that's a huge blessing. What do you think?

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That's why one of the blessed Imams when the Khalifa was late and did not attend the prayer in the masjid in congregation, those beautiful days, when the Imam was the Khalifa was a Muslim leader was the leader of the believers. And he used to come to the machine to read the prayer five times a day.

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So when he was late, he visited him. And he asked him, yeah, me Ron Momineen. Oh, leader of the believers, I was thinking about, God forbid if there is a big drought.

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And people who are dying out of thirst, no water to drink? How much would you pay? In order to get a sip of drink? He said, I would pay all my kingdom my domain to save my life. He said, What about if the person happens to drink? And he's not able to take out?

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Have in urine retention? How much would you pay to leak out? He said I would pay all my domain to be relieved. He said, Yeah, Ameerul Momineen. See your domain, your kingdom is not worth a sip of drink, shot, a bad map, a sip of water.

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All of us must realize that our work is not much more important than the price. No, the prayer is more important. How often people call in and say chef, because I'm a teacher, because I'm an engineer, because I'm a doctor. And I'm seeing a lot of patients. You know, it's your own clinic, your own clinic. You're the boss. You manage your time, whichever way you like, but some people are asking, because I'm very busy, very famous doctor Masha Allah, I have about 4050 patients every night to see. So if I take a break to pray, it's five minutes, seven minutes. Waste of time, waste. Is this how you perceive it? You think this is a waste of time? You could have seen 102 patients

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during this time. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

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We're gonna correct our perception.

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We got to change our understanding

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and realize the purpose of life in Surah Azhar yet this is what Allah Almighty say it, if you're not aware of that, let me remind you, when our halacha tools in our in, in voodoo, this is what we were created for to worship Allah subhanaw taala work and earning our provision comes second.

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Taking care of anything that is worldly, comes second or third. But number one, fulfilling your duty sores, Allah subhanaw taala.

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There is a little problem here. You know, those who visit the sick, and they take heed and realize that Alhamdulillah been blessed and so on, they may benefit out of that. But sometimes doctors who are seeing patients every day, every day, every day, and they got used to hearing the aching, and the pain and all of that and the complaints. They again, they got used to it.

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Don't let this happen to you. Remember, you're blessed. Remember that those people who are lying on bed, they cannot do what they used to do before. Do it. Now while you're healthy. This is one of the most important benefits are visiting the sick, which benefits the visitor himself.

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The second is it D they're all genizah.

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Sometimes you hear the word Janaza and Ginoza. This feeling is the same when there is a little difference in the vowel on the top on top of the letter Jean Jana that says our Fatah or sometimes you say gee Naza is a janazah or Ginoza. And what difference does it make only doesn't make any difference? In fact it does.

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Al Jenessa refers to deceased who scattered in the casket or on the piece of wood to the graveyard. While LG Naza is the tool on which we carry the dead person, it could be a casket, it could be

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you know both the foot that will carry the dead person on top of it. So the Skoll Ginoza whatever it is empty while Janessa is whenever it is busy and carrying the disease or the body that the body of the person home or taken to the graveyard. So following the Janessa is a Muslim duty

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is a Muslim did a

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very interesting story

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that one of

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the people in the states

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he died and no one of his family members knew that he's a Muslim. But his will see to his mother, that if I die, take me to this Islamic center and help people deal with my body.

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So that was his will see and his mother fulfilled it. Now when he died, all his family members came to attend his funeral. And they saw people they do not recognize Islamic center was full mesh. It was full of people.

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And they asked them, all of you guys were friends of our son and our brother. No. So how long have you known him? We don't even know him. We don't know his name. So what did you come?

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What did you come to attend his funeral? People were asking, just wondering, is it because he's Muslim?

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Just because he's Muslim.

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You came to attend the funeral he left work because it was work time working hours and you guys left work left in order to attend the funeral? of somebody whom you don't know. Yes, that's his right upon us.

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several family members of his family on the day except it is now his mother just realize why this child of hers was the best of her sons was the person who used to take care of her most. She said, I figured that was ever since he converted to Islam. It abou Jenner is has again benefits for the dead person. And for the person who's following the janazah

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the dead person, the Prophet sallallahu selama says if you follow you see Jana Aza refers to the dead person, whom we are following his funeral to the graveyard, Jean Aza refers to the funeral itself, even without the body.

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The prophets Allah Allah Salam says this is how much how much swab or word you get a mountain of good deeds similar to the mountain for her for attending the funeral prayer, you want to emulate, follow the janazah, to the burial place to the graveyard, double word, two mountains, each one is similar to the mountain of art. What about the dead person, as for the dead person, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has said, Whenever for the people who do not ask to say partner so Allah in worship, attend the funeral prayer, and they may do for the dead person, his sins will be forgiven, the intercession will be accepted and allowed granting forgiveness. That's why we're very keen to

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attend the funeral prayer to benefit our dead brother or sister. Right.

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And if we were to follow to the graveyard Wallahi sometimes you attend the prayer in the masjid and of course there is a funeral to attend the funeral prayer because you don't want to miss that much at work. Then they say we'll want to bury this person here or the you look when you're watching this, I think I have time. Let me make and you go and none of the family members recognize you but Allah does. It doesn't matter. So you give the condolence This is a reward for you and an assurance and condolence for the family of the dippers. And now we are footsteps to the you know, to the graveyard and very in the person look, I'm telling you, you got a mountain of good deeds, this

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mountain as huge as a mountain of art.

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Then also the prophets Allah Allah send a message to his companions as you are leaving Hang on

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tight. Why is it is the federal law one final answer

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right now your brother will be cushioned by the angels in the gray mukha Nicaea he needs you to Ha he needs your support hang on sit tight for 1520 minutes 30 minutes make dua for him so you see how the OMA

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benefit each other love one another. Not only whenever the person is alive, but after death as well. And whether we know that person or we don't watch metal artists who spoke about it in the previous

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chapter, which is to say that hammock Allah then he says provided he says I'm Hamdulillah he or she then it says your Himachal Mala Denise's yeah de como la is La Bella ko beautiful we'll keep praying for each other. Why? Because you sneezed. What Avari al Moxon. We'll talk about the Inshallah, after we take a short break so

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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. And welcome back, I would like to remind you that this is a live episode of Guardians of the pious hour, no phone numbers should appear on the bottom of the screen as follows Area code 002, then 01 double 05469323 Alternatively, equal 002, then 0238 Triple 5132 For those who would like to give us a call during this segment of the program, and the email addresses [email protected] The following commandment of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi salam was a brothel Maxim, which is to fulfill the vow of a person who vows to do anything especially if it is relating to you, such as if somebody asks you by Allah to visit him.

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So, do your best to fulfill his oath abroad will mock Him is such a great deed. And it is also a command from the Prophet salallahu Alaihe salam to help those who vow to fulfill it. Your mom have asked you to visit her brother or somebody and says, biller here. I like I asked you by Allah to do that, but you know, I don't like my uncle, I'm boycotting my brother. I ain't talking to my sister. That is Abravanel Moxham. She says Wallahi

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as long as

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the person or the oath or the vow was to do something that is permissible.

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You're about to beat somebody, you're about to fire somebody and

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you know, your dad said, I asked you by Allah Anna to do. Oh, you don't know what they did. I gotta do this, I gotta do that. I asked you by Allah not to do. Okay. I'm gonna fulfill your vow, or your oath. That's called a Varadero al mooks him or a brother or cousin and Lawson is the fact the subject. one nostril mas Lu.

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One means injustice and oppression. Volume is the oppressor. Malone is the oppressed one, and the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam commended, supporting and helping those who are oppressed. There is no such thing in Islam, to say, is none of my business, or anyone would say, whenever you intervene to help those who are oppressed to say, it is none of your business? No, it is indeed my business. It is indeed my business to help and support the oppressed in Syria, but you live in Pakistan, they belong to us and will belong to them.

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Today, in Alberta, in Syria, the the criminal regime of Assad, the new Saudi Allah, we regime, in addition to the Russian forces are bombarding them for the past couple of days, at least 300 civilians have been massacred, seven from one family. You know, seven kids and their mom

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were massacred.

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When you see that you don't say is none of my business. Or because I'm an American, or British or French, and these guys are Syrians in our own map, is no such thing. That's why the enemies of Islam feel most that this OMA one day will be united. So those who are living in Turkey, or in Egypt, or in Pakistan, or in China, would react whenever any harm touches our brothers and sisters who are in Gaza. Because Gaza does not belong to Palestine. It belongs to the Muslim ummah. It's a part of the Muslim ummah. We do not recognize nationalism, nationalism was introduced to the Ummah through the occupation forces in order to divide us. So even within a sham itself, a sham has been almost called

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a sham. You know what a sham is? A Sham is Palestine, the whole Palestine there is no such thing called Israel. The old Palestine, Jews in the capital

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of Palestine of the Muslims. Okay, we're a national author, therefore this mosque and hobo to Sahara

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and Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria. All of these countries were not countries before Sykes Miko. They were when place called Hashem and a sham was a segment of the Muslim ummah under the big umbrella of the Halawa.

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Turkey, the Middle East, the Gulf, there was no small minut minut little states. So if there is any problem here or there, the whole OMA has one army has one body to react to support to help those who are oppressed. That is the main purpose for which Jihad was ordained.

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Or the United Ladino cartel Luna be a new home volume in Allah Allah Anna three hem la casa de

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karate will Edina you caught you Luna confy sebelah he wallet

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that is the purpose of prescribing Jad to fight against those who fight against us

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to stop those who are trying to hinder people from the Path of Allah and oppress the weak and the innocent. That is not sort of Mizzou. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said in the Hadith, also a hurt government almost Luma you gotta support your brother, he refers to all your brothers and sisters, whether they are

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or pressing, or being oppressed.

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This statement was coming before Islam. So when the Companions heard it from the Prophet Salah Salem, it sounded weird. They don't just take anything and they just accept it they say, or prophet of Allah, pardon us. We know that we're supposed to help the oppressed, but how can we do Nusrah to the oppressor, he said, By stopping him from his oppression. This is how we support him. This how you save him, because if you say is none of my business and you let him continue, he will be ruined as well. You stop the oppressive, you stop the oppressors from their oppression, and you help the weak and the oppressed. Look what Allah subhanaw taala said in salted Hydra, even if two powers of

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the believers happen to fight, you don't say is none of our business you stand and watch. When thought if at any minute meaning of data, firstly, obey now, try to reconcile between them.

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If it works in Hamdulillah, that is the greatest deed and if it doesn't, and one of whom is using arms and is really oppressive against others, for katello, let eternally hypertrophy, Illa and Rila. So all of us will fight again his oppressors.

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Doesn't matter whether they are same nationality. The OMA is one nationality, Muslims. The OMA Muslim Ummah, is not supposed to recognize these geographical borders and boundaries. The whole earth belongs to Allah subhana wa Taala and was supposed to help the weak and oppressed only if they're Muslims. Of course not. We help the weak and the oppressed who then Muslims or non Muslims. What Yeah, but it dari, we spoke about it before. If somebody invited us, we should do our best to accept that invitation provided is invited us to do something good.

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Remember, once somebody shared with me that he made Toba and he went for Hajj, and he quit all the wrongs that he used to do, including drinking and after Hajj, his old company, friends invited him again. And he served drink alcohol, wine and stuff like that. So the offered him I said, No, I

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ain't drinking anymore. They said why don't you drink? Why did you quit and since when he said because I met Alba. And they weren't for hydrogen, they quit. They said well, you can drink and go back for Hajj, you can drink and make their way again see the the effect and the influence of the evil company. So if somebody is inviting you to a party and you know that a lot of haram will be involved.

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I don't care the least.

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Even if this person the closest person to me, it's my brother's wedding, my sister's wherever. But you know that haram will be involved.

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I in attending. It's as simple as that. But if it is something good, then we are commanded to accept the invitation, especially if you're invited by the name, and sometimes we'll get invitation cards in the mail.

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or somebody drops a message, it will be very lovely to see you tomorrow for our wedding walima okay, you should go. If you have time. If you're not available, you're not blameworthy. But now when somebody picks up the phone and says, brother so and so it will honor me to receive you on the day for our whatever my son's graduation and Oh heaven whatever, for my daughter's Archaea for my own walima he invited you by the name and this lot was empty in your schedule, you should attend, it becomes compulsory. Why? To honor your brother to honor your sister, whenever they make an effort to invite you. What if share is Salem,

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if share is spreading

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a Salem

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is peace.

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And he means put it in the greeting of peace as a Prophet sallallahu sallam said elkus salam ala mana rafter malum tarrif min and Muslimeen you work in in the streets of Mecca and in Medina. You go on up you're going down in the elevator, you're going to the front desk to the restaurant. You meet the waiters, you meet the helpers. You meet the janitor, you meet anyone? Assalamu alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh do I know your brother? Oh no, we don't know each other personally but we know that all Muslims Alhamdulillah As Salam, O Allah, any greed, the people who are the housekeeping the same way you greet the hotel manager you agree the company owner, you greet your

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employer with a beautiful smile and appreciation. So that is if SHA Salah whether you know that people or you don't the following hadith is another Hadith which is agreed upon its authenticity in a rated by Abu Hurayrah or the yellow and another Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam Akkad helpful mostly me and Mussolini Hamsun

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What do salami well yeah, that was really what devour Jana is what your Jabba Tada what he what Hashmi to allow to us. Whatever when Ali

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Abu Hurayrah of the Allahu Anh reported the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him said every Muslim has five rights over another Muslim.

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So it is compulsory

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it is your duty towards every other Muslim number one Raju salah. He greeted you you should read them back

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what either who used to be the hatin for how you will be asked and I mean, I will do

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the divine instruction if you are being greeted with a greeting to reply with one which is better.

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And if somebody says a Salam or Aleikum, how would you greet him with a better reply Warahmatullah then a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh. We will refer to her as well, as we discussed in the chapter of replying the salam. Okay.

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He perhaps it is Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. So honeycombed, Salam Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh. How are you, sister? How are you guys? How are you doing? How's the family? That's extra? At least at least, if you're not generous enough to give a better reply, then similar to be asked? I mean, I will do or at least reply with one which is similar to exactly as

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Where are you headed to Marie, who spoke about it earlier, visiting the sick person back and forth, based on the need of the sick person, and whether he likes that or not. But we need to

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learn whenever you visit a sick person, how long should you hang around? And what do you say, you know, what do you say there?

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Number one, you hang around based on what the patient likes, and obviously whatever you can afford, because nowadays, everybody's busy, we have lots of other commitments.

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We are like in a blender, non stop. So if you know that your visit is very helpful, and it improves the health of the person at least psychologically, then increase the visitations the increases your worth. And it benefits a sick person, everybody's benefiting. And as long as you're sitting whenever he visits a sick person, remind them of number one tilba Repentance, because one of the great

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objectives of getting sick is also to remember Allah to make

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Do you have to seek forgiveness for your past sins, so remind the person of making Toba and give him hope that he will recover, he will survive. He will live a long life and he will see beautiful and bright days and he will come out of this hardship soon in sha Allah Allah will deliver him out of this hardship. Even if the person is terminated, yes. Even if the person told by the doctor that he's not gonna make it and he will die tomorrow. If you sit next to a patient who is expiring What do you do after this call as salaam alaikum.

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Brother Rob why Isha from Sudan? Assalamu alaikum.

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Why don't we try what I'm not sure exactly that. Jana? Yeah, but I

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just wanted to ask the I have just now you mentioned that the rights of the Muslim upon you like one of them being invited to one Africa program at home you should attend.

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In the event that you know that these people are programming back in music festival if you may call it that. Do you still need to go or you consider textual

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issues to utensil programs? Okay.

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Oh, yeah, but a couple a few.

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I did answer this question on a site. You accept the invitation provided no harm is involved. Well, I didn't know share. Can I just went and I just realized that there is Hara. Okay, bro. Good to see you. Thank you so much. I gotta leave. Oh, we didn't eat you didn't even have a drink. Next time. What is wrong? You know, because I can sit in this mixed environment and people are dancing and all of that. Okay, so you deliver a message, you don't just slip away. And that's it. I remember once

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somebody invited me for a wedding. And you know, what is haram and what is halal and so on. So when I walked in, I realized that everybody was like, sitting together men and women, but they have a table for me, where new women were sitting, and music out loud, and they were getting ready to start dancing. So I told the brother, I'm sorry, I gotta leave. He said, Why what is wrong? I said, Look, it is not befitting for me to sit here. And congratulations, I have to go and I give him an advice, you know, to have a good beginning for their wedding life and so on.

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Subhanallah so he said, Okay, let me escort you and he felt very embarrassed. And he was they said, um, we're gonna turn off the music and what do you see taking me to the elevator,

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or younger teenage girl, with her colleagues. They stopped me they intercepted my wine. They said, share your shift. Mohamed Salah has said yes. She said, I want to ask a question. So true. She said, What are you doing here? Like that? Trust me like that.

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You know,

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and before I say things, so the host said, Leave me as, as a matter of fact, he didn't expect that and when he saw that, he just walked in and he decided to leave and that's why he's standing by the elevator. It is not because people recognize you and you will be sitting and people know that you know, it's about you yourself, you know what is halal and haram. So beforehand, if you know that this is going to be one, don't go and give him the explanation why. But if you don't, and you go and you find that Alhamdulillah congratulations, I have to, I have to leave if somebody is dying and you're sitting next to them or visiting them.

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We know in the Hadith that the Prophet salallahu Salam has said that the lucky person is the one who will get to c'est la ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah before his death because whoever's last statement is La Ilaha illa Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah shall enter paradise

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but not everyone will have access to it especially if the person is in severe pain and is it's very problematic lot of things overwhelming him or her. It will be sufficient to sit next to them as keep saying quietly but in a hurt voice.

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More Muhammad Rasul Allah, this is a kind reminder, you will find the person joining you going with the flow La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasul Allah, God said Al Hamdulillah. You may as a person,

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uncle, or auntie c'est la ilaha illa Allah, em they say it come down, slow down, because I know and I have seen some people say Allah Allah, Allah Allah. So Allah Allah, Allah Allah

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And you say it again, again and again. You don't want to hear them saying, No, I'm not saying it anymore. Because the way you're dictating to them, you don't know what they are going through the pain of withdrawing the soul out of the body, seeing the angels of death sitting around them. You said Leila once Calm down, let them now die in peace. If it is time to die, if they survive, and they still several hours again, every now and then Illa illa Allah Muhammad Rasul Allah, so the reminder or tell keen, you know, not directly dictating, but maybe indirectly by raising your voice, so that he could hear you saying like Ilaha illa Allah so that it will be the best conclusion of the

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life of this person. It was a pleasure brothers and sisters when this precious time with you, and until next time I leave you all in the care of Allah who not only had our stuff for Allah,

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wa salam, Wa Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh

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allah God is the greatest the world and only glory to Him. He bought me humans to be the best and gave his best religion to them. Allah God is the Greatest. The long annoying Glory to him

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used to be the best and gave his best religion to them so why did they know that forgiving all about an empire that was shipping Carl's fire and stones sending their best with the cheapest

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day ignore that forgetting about how bad guys were shipping cars fire and stores selling their best were the cheapest

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