Munir Ahmed – Session 30 Religion is Sincerity

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including the use of "has been" in various media and the deeps of the heart of Islam. The importance of sincerity and honoring others is emphasized, as it is the basis for belief in Islam. It is emphasized that it is not a one-size-fits-all approach and that it is a reflection of one's actions and actions of oneself. The importance of reflection and giving advice to leaders is also emphasized.
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Okay, I'll handle the line on Bill Alameen wa Salatu was Salam and Ashrafi and the I will also tell you early who was Saturday Here's my email my bad

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and yet a couple min warrior filling alumina where you can fit under say this Allahu bellmunt nerfed what is going worse here?

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I'm an Amazon solid solid from atop Bella Wiley Hinata Workaway Ileen mercy, what are how they will go into illa Billahi knowledge allow team Praise be to Allah. We begin with by praising him sending Peace and blessings on his final messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And after greeting you We ask Allah subhana wa Taala to forgive us to accept from us our efforts to walk into increases in knowledge and understanding of Dean to give his wife sustenance. We actually depend on Allah subhanho wa taala. And to him is our goal.

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We carry on with our cache and or explanation of excessive exegesis is it is of

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the 40 Hadith novel way and we begin with Hadith number seven today. I'm not really mentioned

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in his collection, it says And Abby Rocha Yetta tummy baby now said Daddy Rhodiola Hoban and an OB is some Allahu alayhi wa salam Paul

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Dean on nnessee has

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been on the sea

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I've been on the Seattle call Lehman all SallAllahu zila he while he Kitabi wali razzoli Willie I'm Mathilde Muslim in my team

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Raha Muslim

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this hadith which are reported by to me my daddy, one of the companions, obviously of the civil law, Salah Salem, he said that the Messenger of Allah said

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Dean, Dean, or religion, more comprehensive term that we leave it at that the moment is let's see how sincerity

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we said the meme saying we said to who and the message of Allah Salah Simon said to Allah, to his book, to His Messenger, to the leaders of the Muslims and to the Muslim common folk, and it is reported by Imam Muslim in his Sufi Muslim.

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This hadith

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is from Tommy, but daddy is also to be found in Abu Dhabi, and Anessa is collection in the center of Abu Dhabi and the site. And it is also found in a telemovie. A difference in Tirmidhi is a word that's different when a box or some asks and so if it's sincerity, to whom, in this version, I've told you insane Muslim that will allow them to say it makes sense to Allah sincerity to the book, to his messenger to the leaders of the Muslim and to the common folk in the one intermediate, which is reported from Abu Hurayrah. Another companion, it doesn't mention wiliness solely the messenger sincerity to the messenger makes no difference. As I've said to you before, all are authentic,

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sometimes a reporter will miss a word others will other words, so it gives the same meaning there's no problem with with that.

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In regards to the Hadith and Imam primarily says, Hadith has no side and we accept that that it is an authentically

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from a month or maybe

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it is judgment

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and the salary also reports Hadith from Abu Hurayrah the same Hadith instead of saying a dean on the See how it says in Nadine on in Medina Nasi ha

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and it is mentioned that the Prophet saw some says it three times to stretch solid.

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So he says in the deen and see in the dean and the CFO in the demon, the CFO. And then he mentioned after they say to who sincerity to

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so this is in regards to the Hadith itself tamiment dari, we don't have much information about him, except that

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embraced Islam

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more in later on in the ninth year of hijra, so only a few years before the prophesize Salam left the world and he passed away 40 years after hijra, okay.

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In the 40th, year after hijra,

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Imam nawawi

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says that this is the only Hadith reported by the Mima. Davi

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Okay, and when you see that it can be confusing, and then other.

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All of us said this is the only Hadith reported even Rajiv says, for example, is the only Hadith reported in Sahih. Muslim from Tommy macdaddy, which is more accurate. But if you look at Imam nobody's comment, you get the impression that this is only a deed. I mean, my direct reports is not true. He reports under Hadith as well, but in other compilation is actually in, say, Muslim as well. To me, my daddy is one of the only few companions that the Prophet saw some reports from him in a hadith which is inside Muslim.

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So in the chain, it goes

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back to the Prophet Sarson. That he said, and we normally have these don't worry. So in this one, it says that Tamim is saying prophesize and saying openly to this Sahaba for me, him said,

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it is interesting, isn't it? Because the chair normally gets to goes back to the prophesies of IDs. And then to Allah if he said he could see in this chain, which is Hadith inside Muslim, it says the Messenger of Allah so as I've said that Tamim is saying, okay, so really, in that regard, it is not Hadith, because the Prime Minister is not the goal of the Prophet SAW Salem, and is not doing of the prophesies. I mean, he's just reporting what the main is saying. And this is a fan of Hadith, in which Salam Hadith about Amin going with some of his people from his tribe, they went on an ocean journey, and their ship, basically,

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with a storm sank, and they went on planks of wood. And it came down to an island where they were basically marooned on an island for some time, and he's explaining to me problems and Sanctum him said, This is what happened to them and blah, blah, blah, etc. It's a longer leaf in which is the mention of the gel as well.

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According to the claims of Tamiya that he saw the gel that probably doesn't doesn't confirm anything. He's saying this is what the meme is saying that happened to them. Anyway.

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That's just for showing you where the meme comes in. Handy Vedas is involved in other Hadees in compiled and compiled I imagine another innocent and etc. Some are authentic to him, some are not authentic. Okay.

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when we come to

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this particular deef, remember that

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this is one of the Hadith that

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is mentioned by Abu Dhabi. And I mentioned this in fear that these are all at the beginning. Really, remember, we the last of these we did

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that. in Doha, the human of haram or the UN that the halal has been made clear that Haram has been made clear. That was

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one of the Hadith, which I will doubt said that there are four Hadith or some mentioned five around which the whole of Islam revolves

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right and this is one of them. And the last one was one of them as well. Yeah, and this is one of them because it's very short but it's so comprehensive yet so comprehensive and that's why

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similar to him other for Kahala, Madden said that this hadith covers a quarter of the whole of the religion of Islam

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a quarter of the whole religion of Islam meaning from the four Hadith around which the which all of Islam revolves, this is one of them so you can see why they say a quarter Okay, now

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why they say that you can see from when we actually come to decipher it, why they come to why they come to say that and why am I not we includes it in his Arbaeen at the beginning as well. Yeah.

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if we look at

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the meaning then and we look at little by little, it begins

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by saying a dean on nnessee Hutto,

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a dean here

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to understand

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Let's link it with the hadith of Gibreel Alayhis Salam when he came, and remember in that long Hadith, the questions were telling me about Islam. Tell me about Eman and tell me about SN. Right at the end of that hadith what the prophesy Islam said.

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Do you know who the questioner was? And they said Allahu wa rasuluh. Harlem shed said now Jibreel a TA calm you are limo calm Dena come he came to teach you your dean.

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So if you want to know what Dean is there is already in the Hadith we've already covered

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Islam its pillars Eman what it covers and sand as well as Zen

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which was also explained to worship Allah so you see him do you see not truly he sees you.

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And so that's the dean that the prophesies I'm talking about when he says a dean on Naseeha or in the Dean on the safe and in Medina and mercy Hutto.

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But surely, the Dean meaning Islam and imagine all those things that it is Naseeha it is insanity.

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Now you could get the impression from that one equals the other deen is only only about sincerity and that's it full stop finished Alikum Islam

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but you know that when you say is a statement like that, that it is it is trying to point out the key a key factor for the for the religion of Islam as it were, is sincerity. It doesn't mean there's nothing else to this Deen except this. You understand me?

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It's slightly publicized that I'm saying

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that I'll had you Arafah

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I'll had you Arafa that the Hajj is alpha.

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Now, nobody understood from that the only thing about hydrogen Alpha. But everybody understood from that. Right? It despite differences of opinion, that the very pillar of the hedge is

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you miss Arafa you missed a hunch. That's what it meant. I'll help you. So here, I've been on Naseeha. But Dean is sincerity. So if you miss the sincerity, you missed the whole point of do the same idea. Okay, but there's more to Hajj than just Rafa. So there's more to the deen than just sincerity.

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Same way, okay. Wants to point out how important this issue is in Dena Islam. And hence, a Dino nnessee have hence he repeats it three times. In the version not here. Not this version in Muslim when the version in

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as I've already said to you the version of the Hadith, which is unnecessary. From Abu Hurayrah Tara della Juan, he repeats that three times.

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Stressing the importance of mercy. Indeed, so what is missing?

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All Allah of language Allah ma who did the three of these studies, whether it's a no way, or whether it's in a Rajab or whether it's a tofi

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and others. They quote other scholars as well in the same way for example on Hot Bobby who did a chef, who did a deep analysis explanation of body fat Wilburys called as well. Just like in the hydrogel Escalante did Photron body as well. Of sahih Buhari meaning that they took each wreath and give a deep explanation of it.

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Bobby said under the sea hub

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is when somebody sincerely intends good for good for another.

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They want to do good for another person. In that is the sincerity involved with it. So it could be giving advice it could be that's what also let's see her means the see how can mean advice, but in the sea, what's really behind the sea Ha is advice with sincerity, because people can give advice not sincerely as welcome.

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So the key on the sea hab,

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we even if we use it for giving advice is the key is the aspect of sincere advice.

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Sincere so, as some Allamah said that they used to say, no soft or subtle ISIL

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and prayer, I am purifying the honey. And they use the word mercy, her massage to the same root word to purify.

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So the purification is linked with sincerity. Somebody with a pure heart has is given the see half the NASA is the one who gives advice or is sincere in what they're doing towards the other.

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So it doesn't have to lead to advice. It can be just used in the sense of sincerity towards the other. Because in the end when it comes to Allah, you don't give advice to Allah or His messenger. But it means sincerity. That aspect of it is the key aspect of Naseeha. Yeah, so now say is the one who's sincere and months. Man saw is the one you're being sincere to,

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from the same root

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and this idea of sincerity and using this word,

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NASA youngster who is in the Quran as well Allah so Allah says

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in surah, Tamim For example, He says,

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Yeah, you have led levena Manu to boo Oh Illa Allah He Tober 10 su ha masu half from the Sangha. Oh, you will believe do Toba turn to Allah with a Toba that is

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for it to be accepted, accepted, Tolbert under Suha ASABE Bukom annual cafetera alikhan Say he at home were you the heel upon gender.

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Assa perhaps your Lord will blot out and Claire clear away your sins your caffeine and consejo article. Blot away, clear away your sins, and enter were you the healer, calm Janet and enter you into gardens into paradise. As sad as you mentioned this before in lessons I saw where it's used with Allah doesn't mean perhaps it means for sure.

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Assad when it's used for us in language, it means perhaps,

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but when Allah uses it, yeah as more first of all, and of the crowd say that it means certainty from Allah. There's no perhaps from Allah, but it's used in that sense. Assa that in other words, if you are sincere, then expect Allah that He will forgive you.

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Yeah, the onus is on us. So when our size us from Allah, the onus is on us. Are we really sincerely now, Toba? That's the question. Yeah. So it's paused on us. And in fact,

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the same idea is used in the gods to

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for example,

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when messengers of Allah are sent as well Allah so Allah says, for new highlight his salam for example, he says

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for in the Quran

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Oberliga come rissalah To Europe be one Allah calm now see, hoon I mean?

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I am transmitting to you

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Yeah passing on to you the messages from my Lord from Allah subhanaw taala

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and passing messages that Allah has sent, my Lord has sent me and passing them on to you what an Allah coonass You're gonna mean and I am. I am towards you, a sincere and trustworthy person Nassif on NASA again, sincere person who is trustworthy

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and doing it out of sincerity. And all messengers came to me for that.

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That's why you'll see them not only in this area, mentioning it directly, but the way they dealt with the people saying yeah, follow me. And to the people of odd we sent their brethren and the people of the mood we sent their brother Brother, yeah, who said Yeah, homie, oh my people. I don't want anything from you in return no favors. I'm not asking for money from you.

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This is this is an indication of the sincerity

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so that the word is used in that sense, as well. And the Quran to show the meaning of this, this word a Dino nnessee. Ha.

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if we

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look at further then, to me, my dad, he says we said to the Messenger of Allah Sahaba now asking sincerity to whom ya rasool Allah

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so now the Prophet saw some answers and you'll see how comprehensive then this becomes. For you said first thing you said Lila, the sea had to Allah. Sincerity to Allah sincerity to Allah. Here. Why sincerity normally comes from human beings we give sincere advice to benefit them here. When we come sincerity to Allah. We're not going to do anything that's going to benefit Allah our sincerity will actually help us wonted our sincerity yet which means we are sincere deep in here. Yeah, we're true. We're not We're not fixed. We're not pretending with Allah.

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And who's gonna gain anything by pretending with Allah? And Allah Who knows? Well, while he won't be that is to do he knows the inner secrets of our hearts. So what kind of pretense Can we play with God? Yeah. So sincerity to Allah. Of course in the end is to benefit us and therefore a dean on the car the first thing to start with a sin Allah prophesy something sincerity to Allah. What is sincerity to Allah? Is to sincerely believe in Him first, isn't it?

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No Moravec, who doesn't sincerely believe in Allah can be outwardly with tongue and limbs doing good works? To show people to show people will it benefit them? No, it will not? will it benefit them before Allah? No, because they rejected God. They rejected God. That's the first. So sincerity to Allah is the foundation as we know anyway.

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You take Allah to the equation, you can go blue in the face doing good deeds, but who are you doing them? For? What purpose are you doing them for you don't believe in the hereafter. If you've cancelled Allah, you don't believe in paradise and *, you don't believe in ASAP and account taken? You're doing it to feel good. Or you're doing it so that people can say how wonderful this person is all for. Like they say for for a good turn. You want something in return as well as a favor. That's how people do it for isn't it? Actually most people do good for the good to others.

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For those reasons, rather than sincere, sincerely, yet to please Allah subhanaw taala and that's what you want from us. So sincerity begins with sincerity to Allah to believe in Him

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for believing him Absolutely. In that, in belief, believing in Him means that you believe ALLAH is truth, that the hisab is truth. Your will answer is truth. That paradise is truth. And Hellfire is true. That's how we're going to end up. Yeah, life after death is true. All that that is all inherent in living Allah is it not rather than sisters in the end? It takes

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so that part is sincerity. You

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is the belief that sincerity to Allah is then is then

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sincerity. Because when you say when you have sincerity, if you apply it in life actually, and it doesn't fully apply to Allah subhanaw taala.

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As somebody said, some of the

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wise people of the past said, that sincerity you can compare that if if a king has a slave or citizen, two kinds, one slave is of the king or servant you can say, whatever the king tells him, he happily goes about doing he doesn't disobey the king and

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you know, does everything. And the other one disobeys the king all the time is rude in return, is not sincere. Yeah, is there a diff other both the same, they don't look the same.

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I'm not a wise person and said this. So this is a case with Allah and His slave, another wise person said sincerity.

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can be reflected in two ways. And the best way is reflected is when the servant loves the king and out of love does things compared to the servant who does it out of fear of the king.

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So the wise person from the pious predecessors said that the higher position is the one who's doing it out of love.

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Because the one doing gotta love will do it. Whether the, whether the master or the king is present, and seeing what the person is doing. And also he'll he or she will do good deeds and other sincerity. When the master King is absent and can't see what they're doing. That's where the test really comes, isn't it?

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Whereas the one out of fear, perhaps we'll do it while the person the king is watching. Because that's where the fear is, and when the key is absent, not watching. The fear disappears, so they do something else.

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Okay, so that's the sort of comparison that is mentioned by for example, even Rachel about courting somebody who's ever actually, I don't think that really applies with Allah subhanaw taala. Because, whereas the king can be absent.

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Right, if you're missing, and he doesn't see, you can't apply that to Allah. So as long as you've never absent.

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Yeah, so actually doing things out of fear of Allah is not such a bad thing doesn't remove sincerity.

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That's what Taqwa is, in fact, isn't it?

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Yeah, but sincerity is a mixture of Taqwa a fear and love. A fear and hope, isn't it?

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Home from Wattana

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Yeah, the owner of the home, how fermata man they call onto their Lord, out of fear and hope. So we are an element to both when Allah subhanaw taala. And this fear and Cove isn't in a worldly sense, because it's not the kind of fear that you think, Oh, well, that's not watching now I'll do whatever I want. Because when are you going to think no, no, never. But you'd have to have a fear of ending in hellfire. Yeah.

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So fear and hope is is the idea so sincerity to to Allah subhanaw taala involves belief

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following that, which he has made worship and fun upon us. Yeah, fun to do, and fun to stay away from obligatory to do an obligatory stay away from sincerity to Allah. Is it not? That we fulfill that? What do you think?

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And if we didn't do that, we're not being sincere to Allah subhanaw taala

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if we fail to do that, doesn't mean we're not sincere to Allah subhanaw taala.

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Because the difference,

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we can be sincere, but we fall short of the mark. Is that possible?

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Does that question our sincerity? It doesn't actually. And that's the beauty, isn't it?

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And I said to you last time, that the prophesy so I'm saying, Well, Matt emoticon to mean who must have to?

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Yes, whatever I order you to do with ordering from Allah. Then do all of it as much as you can. So do we fall short? always fall short. As I said last time, and we falling short doesn't mean to say we're not sincere by the way.

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Sincere doesn't mean become we become so holy, that we're doing everything wrong.

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We can take ourselves as under percent nonsense, nonsense. So we can fall short and still be sincere, that we'll see in a minute. Yeah.

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We can fall short and be sincere.

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And Allah says, in Surah, October for the Sahaba for the Sahaba, this verse came when remember those who did for casita when the expedition to toe book came

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Yeah. And it was a very very difficult expedition a long journey in the heat of the summer

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and some you know the story of some Sahaba

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who had no excuse and then go handful of them and they were dealt with with social boycott et cetera went through a very difficult time.

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But Allah sometimes misunderstood October about other Sahaba who couldn't make the trip. Why Allah tells us

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so Toba verse nine cumin Allah so Allah says lay Salah Do

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you Allah motherboard

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leadin Yoji Duna Fairport heritage

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wala Latina ug Do you fear Pune hydrogen hydrogen either nasef hole in you are solely him? Maxing and means the MA ll not seen enough. surbey walawe Vova fool road Rafi

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there is no duress or no problem. hanage no issue with who? Those who are weak and can't make the journey.

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In other words, that sincerity still there? We'll see one last one, because he uses the word NASA here again to see

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if I understand.

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Not on the week, the infirm the L.

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Yeah, they got promises that blind, the walking on you know what legs not working, etc, etc, etc. Any kinds of the Oh, come on. No, no.

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Not all those work well actually go off our separate because Martha is mentioned separately. The L is mentioned separately go after those who are weak for other reasons.

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Not on those who are ill, and not on those who don't find life on my own for goon anything that they can spend and give us charity to help any expedition either. Yeah.

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Because the problem is our son was gathering remember donations. And this expedition some Sahaba came with a handful of dates.

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And the graphics are making a mockery of it.

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Yeah. So here Allah mentions those who couldn't find anything that they can even spend there was so poor.

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So Allah saying there's no hundreds, there's no issue, don't worry.

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Because you know, these people, they felt really guilty.

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They couldn't do anything, either weakness or illness or they didn't have any means of even getting a few days.

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And they felt guilty. Why? Because Allah doesn't either. That's a holy lie, you are solely

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the same as the Hadith. If they are sincere to Allah and His messenger.

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As long as they are sincere to Allah and messenger and these were sincere, that's what he's talking about. Allah, Allah, sincere will not those who are looking for loopholes and excuses when they are not ill they weren't weak and they had lots of money and wealth but they were looking for loopholes and making out of lies excuses before the messy and they were there as well in Medina.

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They're not in this area, because either that's our holy law you're gonna solve it.

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As long as they are sincere to Allah and His messenger.

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Ma ll Moxie Nina Sabine. So Allah Allah Allah Allah subhanaw taala calls them maxing in the doors of good from from axon which I mentioned is Diem from the earlier these. We've talked about Eman the Gibreel Hadith Imam Islam and son here most in in so Allah describes them at ma al masina ministerial. There's no blame on these moths in in these righteous people Subhanallah calling a righteous yet they can't do anything

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because he was sincere. So contrast that with what I said earlier. Yeah, not sincere, doing lots of things.

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There will not be maxing him with what Allah we won't know about. No. We don't know that though. That's between them and God. Yeah. But for sure if that's the situation, now not mixing in before Allah, they will not reward because they're not sincere to Allah.

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They don't say it's sincere to Allah. Yeah. So contrast that with this, not able to do anything

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yet but sincere inside and feel guilty inside actually.

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So here, we find Allah subhanaw taala mentioning about nurse nnessee Ha, sincerity to Allah subhanho wa Taala in the eye for those who are not able to do anything in regards to the expedition to Kabul, which could apply in a general sense as well,

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in the general sense.

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So when we're talking about

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fulfilling all that Allah has ordained and ordered, then to the best of our ability,

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to the best of our ability, and at times I said earlier, we will not be able to fulfill either out of illness either out of weakness or other reasons as well

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as being poor etcetera.

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Not able to give Saba

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out of illness, look what happens in regards to fasting and look what happens in regards to Salah. Yeah, you can't stand up, sit down, you can't sit down, lie down Subhanallah all rockers and the prophesy Stone said which I believe I mentioned before, but the one in that situation out of illness or weakness. Yeah, who is either not able to perform the good act that they normally do? Or that they normally stand pretty standing up and having to do it sitting down a line that are rewarded as though they are done it standing up or as though they were doing the good acts when they were well Subhan Allah, Allah so merciful, because as long as the key is, even as a holy law why, well so long

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as they're sincere. Sincerity, and hence you see why they Salif is suffering problem

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because in all those areas of our lives, it's having an effect disbelief. Yeah.

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So, so as sincerity to Allah subhanho wa Taala includes all those things, staying away from that of sincerity to Allah subhanho wa Taala means that even in the voluntary deeds

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with the person, the bad, the slave of Allah, a striving and they give priority to Allah themselves.

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That is sincerity, isn't it?

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Searching if you're looking in worldly terms,

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not including loving Allah, isn't this all linked with loving Allah so Allah get close to Allah subhanaw taala Dr. Love called in condemned to hipbone Allah Azza wa only, as Grant says, say, if you love Allah,

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Allah the mouth of the prophet Sondergaard he's saying but who don't follow me, then follow me.

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But you're welcome. Hola. Hola. Hola, como de Nova qu wala who are for Rahim? Allah we love you and forgive you your sins.

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For surely Allah is oft forgiving, Most Merciful.

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amongst human beings are those who take others besides God.

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Others rivals to God and love them

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as they should love a love.

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Well, Lavina Herman but those who believe?

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Yeah, I shouldn't do who belvilla are even stronger in their love for Allah. That is sincerity of work for almost one hour.

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contrast those who are who have taken others. Yeah, whether it's their desires, whether it's their culture, whether it's other people, yeah, whether it's in contrast, and they're thrown got to one side, you whether it's idols,

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they're all those things, and they love those. And in the end, the believers are those who love Allah.

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even stronger than that. And that is a spirit of Islam, isn't it brothers? Really? It is. But it has to be exemplified. Because if you look at the world, and our society around us, and we know very well, that actually, and the posters will tell you that soccer, football is a religion.

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Yeah, religion is sports.

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And the stars the way society look, I'm not saying don't what soccer nucar For no, no, no, no. It's the idea of Danny, when when it's any sport, if it's cricket,

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soccer, anything that becomes the be all end all on your life depends on revolves only around that with an obsession, and that you love the stars, or you love the pop stars, or the actor and they're, you're obsessed with them? And don't tell me there are people who live their life like that many.

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Is that not so? And God is nowhere in the equation.

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So this is not a theoretical thing grant is saying it is reality that they have taken others besides I love that. Yeah, and believers, believers are not supposed to behave like that.

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Belief assignability believe it doesn't mean to say believers don't watch sports.

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They will be saying that that's not the message. But but their love for Allah is, you know, is that the pinnacle compared to sport, which is trivial for them.

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They watch but they're not so obsessed that they put Allah to one side, and that becomes their religion. And there is a warning. And that applies to actually any kind of entertainment and whether it's whether it's

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playing on the ps4 or whatever the latest is, or whatever else people are obsessed with doing, or spending time just on social media day and night data. And people are obsessed with social media.

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addicted to it costs.

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So that becomes like a religion actually, in the end. If if one is not giving any attention to God, what he's told you to do with life and life is much more Life is not fair play.

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As Allah smarter says, one more follow up on us to you while our

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lie up again. And we have not created the heavens and the earth just for playing for fun out of playing on.

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He hasn't created it just for the sake didn't make us and all this is a serious endeavor. It has a purpose and a reason. It is not just sense this randomness and useless so that you can do behave randomly as well. Yeah, like monkeys and chimps, even they don't have randomness. They have a very clear objective, the monkeys and chimps and all animals, which is to reproduce and to get food. That's what they deal with day in, day out.

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In fact, it's interesting, it's only the human beings who play with have play in the form of tick tock tittle tattle or waste time because the animal play, even the Ephesian said the animal play is an objective. Yeah, the lion cubs are learning how to pounce when they're playing. Yeah, the monkeys and chimps are playing, playing this whole tone.

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We're using that they're not saying we're playing. That's not an interesting fight. We're seeing the play. But that play is not the same as our play. There's a big difference and it's a difference between human and animal here. Anyway. So Allah is saying to the human beings, because he knows that we have this idea of play and wasting time

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that I didn't create this heavens in the earth for you just to come come and have planned fun, whether your ps4 or whether whether watching matches on playing them day in day out, make that your life.

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Life is much more serious, much more objective, and we're all on so sincerity to Allah.

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Sincerity Allah where it all begins.

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Then the prophesy Islam says wali Kitabi sincerity to his book

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Kitabi here means the book means the Quran via messenger of Allah speaking, doesn't say belief in the books here. He's saying sincerity to his book. And the book which is the most recent book with the last messenger is what is the Quran? You can't take from the Hadith here sincerity to the Bible and sincerity to the Buddha and soft sounds etc. No saying Leakey Tabby in the in the singular Quran what is sincerity the Quran once you believe in Allah, you know that this

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This is the book of Allah. In fact, you know what? All of this sincerity to messenger Allah and the rest of it to the, for the advice all of it is goes back to the book actually.

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Because once we accept the book is from Allah the book is telling us about Allah without the book we don't even know about Allah except an idea, in effect in our nature.

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And all the rest of what we're talking about what references that I give you before from linked with the Hadith back to the book of Allah, that Allah is saying about what is what is Naseeha in regards to Toba in regards to the prophets, we keep referring back to the book, sincerity to the book is to the belief believe this is Kalam Allah, the word of Allah and that this there is nothing like it. No human being can produce anything like a have never done will never do because that's what Allah says in the Quran. Is that what we believe? Yes, that is part of the sincerity, that it is a miracle that it has been that it has been protected. And it is the same as what was revealed through Gibreel to

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Muhammad Allah salAllahu Salam, what we have in the end the most half today, and what we recite the Muslims from over 1400 years ago, till this day, it has been protected. It is literally the words of Allah Subhan Allah as they were sent that

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they have been safeguarded in the hearts of the believers are those who are have done have, yeah, learned to off by heart.

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And it has been protected in the written format. And we are manuscripts dating right back to around the table or smiling, they are fun. The latest one was found in Birmingham a few years ago, as you know, if you look at it, part of a surah, two calf and compare it to a manuscript we have today. This is what's different. There's no difference Subhanallah

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there's no difference. It's the same. Which other book is like that? There isn't any. Yeah. So protected. So believe sincerity to the book, is to know that to believe that to read the book to recite the book, as we are told to,

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to understand the book and to implement the book. Otherwise we're not sincere to the book. Are we

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to have it and to ignore it is not sincere to wrap it up and put it on the top shelf and take it out to read fast when somebody's died in the family.

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Yeah, for a salary swab as I say we sending the swab the yeah as though the debt need the book.

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Yeah, many people do that. Don't let you tell me do the check out the rest of the year. No, they don't actually. So we made it that the dead need the Quran. A we don't need it. And we recite it to send the reward. We're not understanding what we're reciting the book is sent for the living not for the dead.

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So sincerity to the book, is actually to do that with sincerity. A lack of sincerity is to do that with sincerity is not to do that word sorry. Sincerity to the book is to try and understand it if you don't know Arabic to learn to, to look at a translation of the language that you understand.

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To understand it, because most of it is not that legal ruling. But a reminder is a tough gira about Allah subhanho wa Taala about what happened before two peoples and what what is coming as a consequence of what you do. That's what the Quran is followed was a reminder to us Ziggler so reminder for those who forget of what this life is about to where we are. So sincerity is to do that. Sincerity is to the book is to take heed from what the book is saying as a Sahaba did

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isn't it

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so when prophesy Salam says while he Kitabi

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Listen, is a tiny little word he says when a guitar we look at the implications of the meaning of it, of him saying I've been on the sea ha and lick it

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and look at the meaning.

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Which which is what we need to take on board that if we are sincere, which is what's expected that's what the needs the promises I'm saying. Yeah, it's very pillar is this sincerity, and we read our being sincere to the treasure and gift that Allah sent to Alma ALMA to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as the greatest of his miracles which which remains with us till you till it is raised up before your willpower. That is a great

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is a miracle because it's an ongoing miracle.

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Are we being true to it? That's what you say in English. Are we true to the Quran means that we sing theater

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and being true to the Quran is is what I said, just now is strive to make it part of our life is the program is the is guidance for humanity.

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So that we take it on board, we try and understand it, and we try and implement it. If you go down the grid, one is to ignore it not being sincere. Another is to actually read it and then ignore it

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as being even more insincere, isn't it?

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Then make no effort to try and understand it.

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When it becomes more of a burden against us, as a practice awesome Sandra long at least part of it, which was, well, Quran oho Jetta laka our like, and that Quran will be an evidence for you, Jana Yokoyama, all against you, against you, because you went against the Quran, then it's an evidence against you.

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You ignored it. And we did suggest it will not do that to those who are sincere to the book. So here sincerity, the book has all those implications and more.

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And then we have

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one of the learned people said I've been record mentioned that

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if somebody that you are sincere love so much daily

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in the world sends you a letter.

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How do people treat that letter from their loved one?

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Right? Do they

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take the letter I just broke to one side

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and take it out when somebody dies and just read read it like a parrot?

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How do people treat letters from their loved one, they keep opening it. They smell it? They read it again and again.

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And understanding it, aren't they when they're reading it? Make every effort to understand every word. Yeah, keep disarming the sentence.

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What is he trying to say? What is she saying to me? That's, that's sincerity.

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So this is Allah's Kalam, if we're sincere to Allah, and he sent me his book, he sent his message to us, and how do we treat it? Interesting. And that's one of the

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pious people on the past mentioned that. And then while you're solely

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he's prophesized them to tell him his sincerity, the messenger,

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sincerity the messenger is again first to believe in Him.

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Believe in Him as the messenger of God. And to to follow him to follow his son to take his advice and his counselors he's giving advice in this hadith isn't

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that these are the things he's advice is is called.

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Yeah. So sincerity to the messenger is to accept whatever he says, to leave whatever he advises us to leave to worry about what he was worried for is about he was worried first about dunya and that will get carried away with its material and chase after it. That's what he was worried about solo so love. So he was you take that advice on board? Yeah. And to give Isar or preference to the hereafter which is everlasting.

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In line with the Quran, that's what the Messenger of Allah, he was

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worried for us, wanting to save those he came for the whole of the world that he killed was sent for.

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So sincerity to the messenger involves all of that sincerity to the Messenger of Allah involves loving the Messenger of Allah.

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Hakuna hubba Elahi. Meanwhile, if you're one of the onesie, it might mean none of you truly believes.

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None of you truly believes until I am more loving to them than their parents and their children and all of humanity.

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So that, that we get upset when somebody insults the messenger and the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu. So don't worry,

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I think partly in sincerity, sincerity. But if we behave in a manner in getting upset, which contrary to what the Prophet says some has taught us

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Yeah, we're behaving like ignorant people.

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Because part of it is that we get upset yes, if somebody draws some cartoon insulting, but how we respond to it is to respond by how he showed us in his character because he says salat wa salam in Abu easterly autonom new Tama Makara Mala flog I've only been sent to you send to make good, perfect the morals and conduct of people that he showed us how to be patient, how to be in the face of insult to return with good isn't need to pass the message. So how we respond in our sincerity we can respond ignorantly doesn't take our sincerity away by the way. We don't become insincere because we've responded in a bad way the sincerity for love the messenger we don't question that from the

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people. We just say it's ignorant behavior. Follow the way if you are sincere to the messenger follow his way Salah so because that's what he will send for

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the call cannula configure Sunni lives what an Asana

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indeed you will find

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for you, in the Messenger of Allah

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was the most beautiful model, role model.

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So part of sincerity is to take him as that role model and make efforts to endeavor to take his example on how we behave in situations in our life. And that is some that is actually his son sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and a part of that is to know about him, isn't it?

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How can we be sincere to the Messenger of Allah? If we just about no light and love Muhammad Rasul Allah, we made no effort to learn about his life. We made no effort to even listen to a hadith.

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I'm surprised that Muslims that when you say, Fine, they're not supposed to be scholars. But if somebody knows nothing about the Messenger of Allah Eisley, majority of Muslims know very little about them.

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That's sad.

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What kind of sincerity is that?

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Part of it is making making that effort.

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And that is partly sincerity is described as we have this class, or it is about

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it's about a hadith. And why Hadith linked with the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi. Salam, when we add finger serum before that, see that was the biography of Rasulullah sallallahu sallam.

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and you see in the end, we're not here to judge the community of people.

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Because now we have in social media, people often learn from social media and things maybe they're listening to talk left, right and center, a learning from that. But this is an opportunity. But actually, it's still a poor reflection.

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I'm not saying they should come to my session on that, because there's others who can do it better than me. But a reflection of, of duniya taking over us is how many people come out of the whole vast community we have here to these classes. I'm afraid it is a reflection, and I sit in the gym, as well.

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It's not to point the finger at any particular individual.

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We don't do that. But it's something that each individual needs to reflect for themselves. Have I got time? Can I make time? Am I learning from others? Which is fine Hamdulillah? Or am I making no effort at all? Is for each individual to ask themselves? I can't ask it. I can just pose the question as opposed to myself.

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So sincerity to the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa salam, as well as the prophesies I'm sending valida SULI Wali, I'm mochila Muslimeen.

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I met a Muslim mean means I'm Imams I'm, that's the plural of Imam.

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So here it means the leaders of the Muslim to be sincere to them.

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That covers both political leaders and religious leaders and the

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sincerity to them

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is if you look at the

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political leaders for example

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the prophesy Salam said

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for example, Hadith Muslim, reported by Abdullah

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rate of turnover and all of a sudden rise on the law so in the law Jamba Lakhan salicin Allah is pleased with you for three with three things

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your dollar calm and taboo Allah to recover he Shana is pleased with you that you worship yeah

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that you that you worship Him and you don't associate any partners anything with him in that worship don't do any shirk. We'll have to Shrek will be the shader. What second thing? Well Anton does seem to be heavily La Plata for Rocco that you all talking to the Muslims the three or three advices the problems are some given that you all hold together faster the rope of Allah and do not become divided.

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Do not become divided. What and to see who men one Allahu Allahu Umbra code, and that you are sincere to those Allah has appointed as your leaders over you.

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Because in the end, reality is the the the SLR the foundation is that Islam doesn't produce a society of people going against and causing corruption in the land, even if there's some issues with the leader. But to give sincerity is if you're able to give

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to give counsel

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to give counsel to give advice, either face to face, or in writing. Yeah, I mean, we do it here we write. Most of them get ignored me, of course you write to the MP and says just as an issue.

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But actually, I couldn't be too critical most likely in Muslim countries are most likely to get ignored. At least you get a reply here most of the time. Is that right? Is to actually it may be talking nonsense or just,

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you know,

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gobbledygook it's not doing anything, but at least you get a response. But that's part of it. Actually. That's Naseeha.

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That's the car giving Council were able to. So sincerely sincerity also means not causing mayhem in the in the country. Where is where is the government? Yeah. Not becoming a traitor. Not do here that means being good, those a word what's been appointed over you. Because that will that can sometimes lead to even if there's problems, there has to be balanced. And therefore Allah ma ncsm politics, we've got the experience and knowledge very carefully. I mean, the example there are some examples that sometimes peaceful demonstration can work. Other example when it involves violence and things whether it's from the government side or this side, you have to really look very carefully. And if

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you look at Syria situation, it's an absolute shambolic mess. That's not to say, I don't want to get into politics. That's not to say that they were the government had is to and had blame on it before. Nobody's saying that. But what has it led to?

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Was it led to and what was the alternative? And was there an alternative? Look at the situation after years and years of bloodshed and killing etc.

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So that these things are very, very

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complex. They're not black and white answers that some of these iasri you he's a bad is a bad ruler, right? Come out, let's get out and take our No, no, I don't want to go into great detail of that. But here, I'm talking about sincerity to those who are made in charge of your affairs by Allah subhanho wa taala.

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So these are these is mentioned in Sahih. Muslim as I said,

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part of the see her, Allah Ma said, past and present, to give in to the ruler, and actually to anybody is not to show somebody out

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if they're doing something wrong, because that's insulting them. That is not mercy, how insulting people and making them even if you're doing it in front of people, and showing the mob is not necessary,

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but to do it privately, keeping people's position in place as well.

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Keeping people position in mind as well.

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When the prophesy Islam sent his letter, if you remember the silanis in Hadith authentically, to Heraclius he addressed him with respect. It didn't send him a letter saying oh, you performed You filthy leader, you are misguiding people. How dare you do this? If you don't come help is waiting

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for you

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and even with the giant licorice in Mecca, how did he approach them with respect? With respect they were insulting and disrespectful to him actually salAllahu alayhi wasallam keeping people's position in mind

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and in regards to that, in fact you look at Allah smart Allah what He says in the Quran when Allah does sends Musa Ali and Harun alayhi wa salam to Pharaoh, who was the most evil tyrant that ever ruled in the world. Is that true? Or is it the qualities it is? And what it does what I say in giving the car to such a tyrant and no other tyrant comes to his level of tyranny. Allah said to them

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i love who yet as a caribou letter I level yet avec Cara, yet as I can. Oh, we are share yet Ricardo Yaksha.

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For Lazada says, both of you when you go speak to him gently,

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tyrant go speak to gently perhaps he will take the reminder and and basically have some humility and submit my perhaps you'll be effective. So to attire like that. Speak gently, kindly, respectfully. What about others

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and finally, to the general Muslims,

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general Muslims to be sincere to them. That general Muslim sincerity means from the rulers as well as giving advice includes them. So the prophesy Islam for example, he said, How do you think Bihari Mermin Abdon is Tara hula is sort of Allah who right yet and for them yeah hope has been a see hatin Illa lamea Jade Raha tell Jana of earwire kin lamb yet full agenda

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then we are told

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there is no person yeah no Slayer that Allah gives him authority and charge

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meaning puts them in Power Authority and that he doesn't discharge this duty sincerely been the see her except that that he will not find even fun even smell the fragrance of paradise none of them go into it.

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Wanting to those in charge to be to be sincere to their citizens and not to be insincere take advantage of them otherwise they'll be in this situation. They won't even smell the fragrance of paradise Never mind going into it as reported number hottie and also so you can apply generally, but there are many many statements and advice and Hadith to do with Muslims in general and how they need to be with others sincere sincerity on an individual level around and part of that is

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running out fast of time.

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One of these which is famous which many people used to call us perhaps some of you have heard of it, which is reporting on Pavarotti and when Roger also mentions it but doesn't clarify whether it's authentic or not, is in which is mentioned

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that a malaria atom we unveil Muslimeen fillet some income whoever isn't concerned about the affairs of the Muslims they're not from amongst them. Strong common, this hadith is actually weak. It is not authentic. It is not as mentioned top Ronnie this review but we have others which are authentic for example, reported by a note man you've never shared

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with your manager the receipt is the one who reported lustre data recovered from the Prophet SAW Salem saying men can original work in any seska any state stash

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inish in this ticker, sorry, in this ticker, right. So Tada la boo Seidel just a similar is reported

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Hadith in Bukhari Muslim.

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Similar to this. Both of these are authentic and Buhari a Muslim.

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Tyrell Tyrell mode many Nephi Terrafirma him know what the word became what RTV him

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Chemistry just said is a sticker on the one Tada Allah who saw it you saw it who just said Jesu

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Bill besar welcome symbol as it said, tada levels side who just said Bill whom I was some of

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the publicize them saying the believers are like one body.

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In the first version, he said, If the head of that body

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suffers for some suffers from some complaint, suffered some suffering, the rest of the body responds with fever and sleeplessness rest of the body. In other words, that's also saying that the believers are like one body that if there's

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bad going on in one part of the Levers, the rest should feel that and respond, they all feel the hurt of it. That is sincerity to other to others, which is what the hadith is talking about sincerity to other Muslims. So inshallah we'll end that

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there's other Hadith to deal with that but we don't have time to go into them. A lot of a lot of people as you know, we have a break now in sha Allah from this and the next lesson for this inshallah will be in January, according to polio that was developed in the whole world

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