Munir Ahmed – Session 61 Taqwa & Conduct

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The importance of mercy and forgiveness in Islam is emphasized, as it is necessary for everyone to stand for it. The speakers also discuss the potential impact of the coronavirus on the oil and gas industry, specifically in the US and Canada. They acknowledge the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic and acknowledge that the oil and gas industry is still growing promising. The potential impact on the economy and oil and gas exploration is also discussed, with some unrelated comments from the Prophet sauce and the court. The speakers acknowledge the potential negative impact on the oil and gas industry, but note that the industry is still growing promising.
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Okay hamdulillahi rabbil aalameen

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or salat wa salam. Ala Ashraful MBI with more Salli wa ala alihi wa sahbihi asthma in Ahmedabad.

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Your little girl. Salam aleikum. Wa Rahmatullah. Vanessa Allah Allah and your Taco Bell Mina while feeling as blue banana where you can fit on nursing. Tina this Allahu the ailment nothing. What is Converse there?

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Were Alina webcal What you lay here merci hola hola hola. Quwata illa biLlah philological them.

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Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds Peace and blessings on his prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, after slums and the Wrath of Allah upon you all brothers and sisters. We ask Allah to accept from us to forgive us to give us have

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to nourish us with beneficial knowledge and understanding and give us wide systems on him were utterly dependent to Him is our return and there is no power might accept that have a lot.

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Cutting on with the Hadith number 18 Olivia Wilde Rima V, who are fee auroria and in the VDSLR slum fee, Paul

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Hadith wife can call to Lacan.

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In the previous Majelis in the lessons this Sunday, which is weak reporting from the Prophet side, salam, that's what we're still on. Although as we said before, even though it is reported that the prophesized drum said this that we have taqwa in Allah wherever you may be, follow up a bad deal with a good one and it will wipe it out and behave good towards people.

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What we said before and let me repeat each of these three elements are confirmed in the Quran and Sunnah without the need for the weak this, but since they've been mentioned here, we've gone separately and found support for that idea, plentiful in the Quran, plenty for in authentic hadith as well, all three of them up while we discussed last time we discussed about good deeds wiping out bad ones. And I said, I would leave the last part to

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this time, which is behaving with good etiquette, are Harlequin nurse with local hustle as the Hadith which is not authentic says. But this idea of behavior, good behavior towards others, is the after belief in Allah is the very essence of this theme, is it not?

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In fact,

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many people, as Raj have also said as well. Many people think that Taqwa is about your prayers and fasting and your relationship fulfilling what Allah has ordained you to do. And the mean usually from the in Baghdad and have actually how many people reduced Islam. For those who practice even that thought to the five pillars rather than the Islam is built on five pillars? Yeah. And that's what you were just trying to say many people may tap into just that. But what they don't realize is that Taqwa is very much the core and center of behavior towards people. Motoki is not only those who fulfill the bad that and then they behave terribly with others starting at home with the family and

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widening out to society, Muslim and non Muslim with animals to the environment. All that is a reflection of the top one that is inside.

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Yeah. So

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that's one aspect of it. There are others who reduced Taqwa to superficiality please. Yeah. Who reduce Taqwa or mashallah he's booked the PCs Matakohe

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Why? Because Oh, look, he's

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got a long beard. He's wearing a topi and he's got the jelibean.

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Yeah, I must be really saintly person. So in appearances, yeah. Or I felt like he's wearing the hijab or wearing the niqab and those who don't get the opposite treatment of that. They can have a no element of Taqwa in them because the best to show or haven't got a gel and beyond or a dopey on the heads, or they're not wearing even the hijab on an FRB. And actually, that what is being reduced, therefore, to just appearances. Yeah, but what we're talking about here is that the core of Taqwa no doubt

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is something in the heart.

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But why is it mentioned in the hearts so that people don't just pursue superficiality is the appearances that Allah knows. Secondly, so that people don't become a fool of themselves as well? Yeah.

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Full of themselves as well because real Taqwa is only between you and Allah and Allah only knows whether you're MacDuffie.

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For Allah to set Gu and for SATCOM, who are Allah will be monitor call.

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Allah says in the Quran, for don't think yourselves as praiseworthy and so wonderful. Yeah. Zeca here means mad, praising oneself, or thinking yourself as pure for Allah to Zaku and fullcycle. Don't think of yourself as always, Allah is best away. Yeah. Those who are full of this piety and Taqwa, he's best aware.

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And even when the prophesied some Hadith we're going to come to later on, but it's relevant to mention here as well. That many places you will find.

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To bring this idea of Taqwa being something I like just inside or Taqwa being just relationship with God. Many places in the Quran and Hadith come where Taqwa comes combined intertwined with behavior towards others,

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with behavior towards others, and not just something in mid air, dangling.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala

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for example,

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when Allah Subhan Allah mentioned about

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Yeah, a verse I mentioned before last month Oh, sorry. Oh Elon Musk mirabito agenda team

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by gender kill Aloha.

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Abdullah has some work, he will go into clean water cane. But less water begins with this verse, that race all of you rush all of you run all of you to the forgiveness of your Lord.

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And the paradise whose exudates expanse is like the heavens and the earth, or interclean Mota team, yeah, that has been

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prepared for those who are

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talking. It doesn't stop that may explain some Latina you

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or internal market again Alethea Yone ficou officer rah, rah those who spend

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that in prosperity and in adversity. Spend means giving to others and forget for some right what not right you will count the mean of why you will Athena and the nurse those who control the anger. This is all to do with behavior, isn't it? In fact, we talked about abuse before about controlling anger. And we mentioned this idea that as well degree, which is all about character spending, and helping others in expenditure is about good character and behavior. Yeah.

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Controlling the anger when getting angry is about good behavior while Cal demeanor while our fina Enos pardoning other people yeah harming them that's without them asking and saying sorry to you are forgiving. So pardoning other people when our finale nurse. For these here, even in this release, if you see how Taqwa is being explained further, but Allah subhanho wa Taala if you look at it, which is famous is number 177. Israel Bacara where Allah smarta Mason's qualities of believers. Yeah, the one which begins with lace have been referred to Well, who would you How comfortable are much like you? Well McGreevy? Yeah

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All right, since this isn't only turning your faces to the east of the West

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well i Kindleberger Rahman I'm gonna be like Julio will ask you a Mullah. He can he will keep telling me when that became mal Allah, hopefully he will go by Will your time as well Messiah key and it carries on.

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But righteousness is yet then it makes sense the articles of faith and belief. But then he goes on to behavior about giving of the wealth,

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out of love for Allah subhanho wa taala. To

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near one's relatives to the poor and to the orphans. And yeah.

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And then it goes on with those who keep their promises those who have patience at time of adversity, etc. And it ends by saying this is all behavior, which is a reflection of a state of the seed inside in the heart of Eman. So at the end of this after missing all this kind of behavior, Allah says, who like will multiple?

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Yeah. Such are those who are

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the ones who are mindful of Allah, such as those who are

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full of Taqwa. Yeah.

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And if you remember

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when we did the first lesson in disbelief, I also mentioned Hadith which is in telemovie, from Abu Hurayrah run the Allah one which was an authentic to these to show you that the idea is another Hadith about tough work, as in this week of this and about good character in that hubbies awareness is Carla soiler soul Lai Salallahu Alaihe Salam and actually now you're feeling NASA Jenga. Remember this idea that the Messenger of Allah was asked about that we the thing which which most Yeah, which mostly the thing which most leads to

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anything human beings into paradise, yeah, by which they entered into paradise. So the Prophet saw some said that will Allah He was was no follow that will Allah He was a hospital Hello. How in taqwa in Allah. And yet good behavior, hospital follow. Good other good etiquette good behavior. Yeah. So you see how Taqwa is in again.

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intertwined with that. Yeah. Even in that if the idea is brought out as well.

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so, so. So, to have Taqwa is reflection is a brought out in behavior. Another set there's a hadith that we haven't done yet which coming later on, which mentioned in the center of it, the Prophet saw some says a Taqwa. Hoonah. What you should do in Saudi he be selasa Morocco. Taqwa is here and he pointed to his * three times the heart. Okay, but we that's not all he said. All around. It gives us an explanation on what that means. It doesn't mean this is to counter those who put taqwa in superficialities and appearances, to say, it's not what you think just being appearances of people. But the core of Taqwa is in A a wholesome, sincere and good heart which is sincere to Allah

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subhanaw taala. But its consequences are those which are mentioned in the rest of this particular Hanif was going to cover later, which is all about behavior towards others. Yeah.

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behavior towards others.

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latter has to do with just you. Well, not avacado that's how the Hadith begins. Yeah, don't be envious when one another. Don't inflate prices to one another. Don't pay to one another. Yeah.

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Don't turn your backs on one another. Yeah, we're cool. Are you bad Hola. Hey, if Juana and or thieves are servants of Allah, be brothers and sisters are one another. And the Hadith carries on about behavior again. Yeah. So see how it revolves around Taqwa again, so that the beef is going to come later. And of course, the prophesy Salam

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you he said and this hadith I mentioned earlier as well, to do with good character and what

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way he has in the hereafter

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poli sci Salam sent Hadith which is reported by

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I've been dubbed up and he did Hadith in telemovie which is authentic customers so he as somebody himself said, the Messenger of Allah salah, so say,

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ma che en es que lo fi Zonulin movement your middle Tiamat that is nothing which is more heavier on the scales on the day of judgment for a believer. mean hello came hasn't nothing more heavier than then.

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Then good behavior good morals. Good etiquettes we're in Allaha lair bravado Rifat official bezzie an example of bad behavior, which is not which is opposite of atheism gives one example for surely Allah hates the one who uses foul, filthy words in speaking. This service I mentioned before as well yes, but notice here the point about host non Hello, yeah, good behavior, good morals. Having such a dump is the most weightiest things on the day of judgment. And the prophesised further, as you know, said in the mob or esto, Li or term Mima Makkari Mala club or fee the wire team Leotta Mima Solihull o'clock I have only been sent

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in Allah boys to perfect and complete

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the good morals

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they will tell me Matt, McCarty Mala or normal models of kind behavior I've been made, sent to make it even better, even if it's there, to make it to take it to the best level. That and and and when he's asked about his character, which is famous, many of you will know, from a moment when I settled on yellow and half from

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Tabby and as a hobby you come with him to ask her

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about the prayer of the prophesies or night. The first start by asking you about his character.

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The prophets, Allah Salam, yeah, his character, and the answer is kind of all look more will earn

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from many nations,

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that his character was the Quran. That's what the Prophet sidestone was, which also indicates to you what the Quran was sent for. Yeah.

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The Quran was sent to moulders for prophesy son, exemplified that molding from the Quran to show how to implement the Quran in life so, so about character, that's there's that exempt eggs example par excellence of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa salam.

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In another Hadith, the prophets Allah Salam

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says which is in the atmosphere without prophesized law Islam SEC commando mini Eman and

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the most complete men that Eman

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the most complete believer complete any man who says Imagine me already is one who is the man but the most complete one. Yeah, I have in the sea monkeys. Sano home follow Pong is is the one who is best from them in their behavior and manners. Son whom follow can walk a yard or home, he added more Salallahu Salam while he outdoors home or yard or humbly say him and the best of them amongst the men. Now that probably started some talking because the context tells you the second part, the best of them are the Best of those who are best to their wives. The best of them, though, from a those who are best to their wives in behavior that was in their character. And how poignant is that?

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the stress on the men and how they should be with their wives. In another Hadith the prophesy Salam said

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when he was asked this do you think Africa in the sign of their manager?

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They said, Ya rasool Allah or messenger of Allah, ma done Omar or to Muslim. What is the most virtuous thing? What is the most virtuous thing that a Muslim person has been given?

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What is meaning what is full of virtue? That's what is after what is the best thing, all of a sudden license the license to follow Paul Hasson which fits with the other hand effectively, that I've already mentioned as well, about it being the heaviest Saint on lineagen and the prophesy Salam said it is yeah.

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And Hello Paul Hudson is go to Manage good behavior. That is what is going to be most beneficial and virtuous for a Muslim.

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So you see all this all these I had these I mentioned the same idea is weaknesses most things so we don't know we could do this superfluous. We don't need it. It's been mentioned many times in authentic abuse and it's clear in the Quran as well about what Islam an imam is and that one is really all about

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yeah, so

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hospital co look good may behavior and good manners, something like it can talk about a lot in my clinic buzz, or whether at the mosque over the schools with the use. Because really, that is the essence only surrounded by so much bad behavior. And I don't mean everybody, but there's plenty of it in morality and bad behavior around from foul behavior to foul language. As we know, we're surrounded by it. And

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you know, whether it's a workplace or whether it's in the out in the shopping centers, or in the playgrounds, or whether it is in university, or schools wherever you go.

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You've got this.

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In business, in workplaces, in every aspect, you've got the negative behavior. So

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good behavior, good manners is both in all unfair.

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In, in speech, and, and how we behave,

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how we behave, in fact,

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and why the Prophet SAW Selim mentioned Taqwa being in the heart, because he's trying to say the core of it is to do with your heart. If you've got a corrupt heart, then it's going to show in your behavior. And if you've got

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a heart, which is full of the man, yeah. And it's supple and fresh and not become hardened through ascending and ascending. And by the way, ascending and ascending and ascending doesn't mean that it can never be freshened again. And that's the idea of Toba, isn't it? Yeah. If a person killing 100 People can refresh in their heart, then we've got we've got plenty of opportunity and a great chance someone we love talking to Mirage Mattila. Yeah, as the Quran say Allah, Samantha says, never despair in the most despair in the Mercy of Allah. So it can become supple and soft and alive rather than dead again, and gloomy. So the idea is that a simple fresh heart full of life Eman and

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sincerity, that will also pour out that sincerity in the behavior that it does and how it behaves with whatever or whoever he or she encounters.

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That's the idea of postman follow. So horsnell Follow, as many of them are sent you already have said the same thing. It's a proactive thing. i That's my words, proactive.

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Why do I say proactive? Because it's not just about sitting behind my desk and studying and keep myself

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aloof in a cave or a room or a house and never interacting with people and say, I've got husband follow up.

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will still follow is how you interact with others. And if you never get to meet others, then how can you have a personal follow up?

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So Islam did come. If Islam chlorin essence of the belief is personal follow it means we came to interact in society and not least society to the devil.

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Not leave society to the devil. But we have a duty and onus on us to bring our values and the truth of Allah's guidance and through our character behavior, share it, share that light with others. We have a responsibility to do that. However course and terrible they may we may be and not be judgmental and send them to hellfire.

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Before the Day of Judgment has even come. And even when the day of judgment comes, we are not in position to send anybody to hellfire. So condemnation is not the way but sympathy and empathy for people around us who may not have seen the light

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to share that light of truth, and that is through our behavior with others, interacting with others. It is about

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not only proactively being good with others going out the way to be kind, considerate, helpful. Yeah, see a good word. Give a smile. Ask somebody how they are asked them if they need any help. Yeah. And actually help them not just empty words. Yeah.

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But also to hold back from harming people. Yeah, it's not that we're all this superficial niceties. When actually somebody says yeah, actually, you can help me Could you do a shopping for me? No, we say

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yeah, I was just, I was just saying it.

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Yeah, that's not hospital. Hello.

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Is it

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that's just words as hypocrisy of character. Lima Taku. Luna Mala to follow. Yeah, you Latina Ave. Lima Tapu Luna Mala Turfan Why do you say that which you do not do Kebler McCurtain en de la hunter who lumada Turfan when it is most hateful before Hola, de que se that which you do not do so it's not in the superficiality is a actually counts when somebody needs you. And then you are actually able to do something. Not then you say I'm sorry. I'm too busy. Yeah. As, as a tendency for the societies that we live in. That so busy with running after business running after work. Everybody's busy. And if you go to the major cities, yeah, it gets worse, doesn't it? Yeah. It's a Ratan, the

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fit, you'll feel the rat race if you go on the Cube underground in London. And not just London, any major city? Yeah. Where people have become impersonal, the return like machines and robots. People have lost that human feeling and touch even before we have religion. Yeah, but Dino Islam, and it's affecting Muslims as well, who ended up in that kind of environment. But

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somebody was asking me for advice. Yesterday, a young man, still at school, and I felt so sorry for him. I think he was saying that he's surrounded at his school. But all kinds of all is, is fouled. Everybody is into swearing, bad behavior, bad words, drinking, doing everything. And he's finding it difficult, because he's got nobody can find who has got same ideas of belief in Allah and to pray, and to be a good Muslim, anywhere near him. In fact, his best friends to a non Muslims, ones a Muslim, who's now claiming to have left Islam and started drinking and boozing, which one came first? I don't know. So he was saying, These are my best friends. So I gave him advice. And I won't

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tell you and bore you with all the stuff I went through with him. But that's, and I said, one of the things I've said it many, many people and I feel for you, and may Allah give you strength, it requires real is the karma and spine and backbone to stand your ground. But you need to have contact and friendship with others who are and there are people like you. Yeah, and our job is to try and find others. Yeah.

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Find others to both them and not give up as I said to him on those friends and not throw them away and don't give up just because that Muslim has said the things he said

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But you yourself need something to plug into and charge. Good company, otherwise, shutdown will wear you down as well. So anyway, the idea of good character is also about not just when it's all nice, then I'm nice. As soon as somebody pokes a finger at me or swears at me. Yeah, I take off my I was gonna say I took off my trophy. But you know, I take off my

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I put on my boxing gloves or take them off and take off my jacket and start beating the * out somebody or if the swan I make sure I sweat 10 times at that person. Yeah, well, that's not personal look. That's it.

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That's not a small Hello.

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So it is about the others.

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Holding back, holding back, even when it becomes due

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difficult for you. And that's not so easy to do that takes you to a different level of course

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that takes you to a different level of returning a bad term with a good term. And that requires really man and applied isn't it? Brother and Sisters? May Allah smart Allah give us that kind of your mind

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or smartphone follow Of course then is

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all about honesty,

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kindness, mercy, forgiveness, pardoning not losing it not getting over angry, angry and causing harm to others, caring for animals caring for the environment. Yeah. All while worshipping Allah and keeping Allah remembering Allah. Yeah.

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being just being honest, standing for that with just an honest against injustice where we're able to, and if we're not able to, to have suffered, yeah, while striving with fortitude, to hold on to the very foundational principles of our deen and its values, not to sell them for paltry gain and throw them down the

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Yeah, I'm praying five times a day, I'm speaking good and everything until I come across a girlfriend or a boyfriend. Well, I really fancy. So now that I've started going out with the girlfriend, everything gets thrown out the window. Yeah, or somebody's convinced me that these drugs is fine. And the company I keep to keep good friends with them, I have to go also to the pub as well, or to wherever and do the things that they're doing.

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That's not possible follow? That's called cowardice and not having a backbone? Difficult. Yes, it is difficult, but the rewards for those who face those kinds of difficulties to uphold to these

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values of good behavior and morals which are going to be heavy on the scales of justice? Yeah, the greater the effort, the greater the reward, and the heavier those good deeds are going to be brothers sisters or not.

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I could say much more than that, but that was just to summarize it for you.

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I said to you last time, I wanted Finally, since this hadith mentions about

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good deeds, wiping away sins.

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zarabozo does this he takes

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Yeah, 10 ways in which sins can be wiped out

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from us, and we can be forgiven 10 ways in which, and he actually got this

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from even Taymiyah got him a whole lot. From

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from eighth century Hijiri, the great Ibn Taymiyyah, the teacher of Margaret northiam, who was also a great scholar, in his own right, both of them from the Hanabi law school of thought, but but monster hits can their own sense. So went often with the opinions outside the humbly school to other opinions,

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which was stronger in their view based on the Quran and Sunnah.

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And even Taymiyah I thought, rather than sharing what has been summarized by zarabozo Chef Zaragoza, in his book, when he contemplates in the series, I'll go back to the source itself, which is about 3040 pages in his book, module fatawa, the compendium of his legal opinions, even Taymiyah. And it's about this is in volume seven. So I took the X extract from that and looked at that directly, instead.

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And in the last

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20 minutes, half now I want to share with you, and I will summarize it again, because because it's here in about, as I said 3040

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pages or so, of the 10 ways that even Taymiyah mentioned, but he may says in a context.

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And I want you to know, briefly that context, his context why he was discussing about is about those who came not from analysts on our Jama

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the Hawaii bridge, and the Tesla who basically misunderstood and broke the very foundation sometimes of Islam and became very dangerous people.

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Hello, it just basically were very dear

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may have intellect. And often philosophical rational ideas overtake the ideas from Quran and Sunnah. And that cause big problems for them. And then you have those who followed them. And who are you dangerous in a sense, and both of them believed, for example, and this is why he came up with the idea, even Taymiyah of 10 ways of sins being wiped out, because however, it's believed clearly, as a fundamental principle, that if a Muslim a believer commits a cabal of a major sin, they become Kafeel.

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They become careful. Yeah. And they will abide in hellfire forever and ever.

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Yeah, their idea was that they have to do Toba and do the shahada again.

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More Tosi Allah.

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And that's the idea they had, aside from other dangerous ideas, and anybody who didn't agree with them, whether it was Imam Ali and the Sahaba the tabby, they call them kuffaar as well. And they sent one of their cronies in the mold gym to kill Ali, and he killed Ali robiola. Her uncle was a fourth Khalifa. Yeah, this and this emoji is well known to be pious and Motoki. Because they used to pray a lot all the Horus and fast a lot and read the Quran a lot. But as the Prophet saw some already had warned in Hadith, they weren't the only in the past the horizon idea. Yeah, I know behavior,

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judgmental behavior to others, which involves killing Iman. And that's why they believe that these people should be killed like Ali and all the followers of Ali, while we are all the followers of love. Yeah, that's what they believe. And Ali actually, therefore did fight them and defeat them in their places that idea.

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But the idea has a camp again and again throughout the center, as he has shown its ugly, ugly head even today.

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And it's a corrupt idea. So he's countering that idea that actually sins, sins can be forgiven, say, even without proper sins can be forgiven. Yeah. And these are the various ways sins can be forgiven, according to the Quran and Sunnah 10 ways. And that's these points he's trying to make. It says more, Tesla said, We don't call them Muslim men, and we don't call them cancer. We call them fast sick. Yeah, they called Menza to bind the lenzuola time, a place between the two positions of believer and California, they're in the middle.

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But in reality, they still believe that this person is going to go to hellfire forever and ever.

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To not be forgiven until they do Toba

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and come back to Eman.

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So this is a background and he has a lot of discussion about this issue before it comes to presented the 10 ways in which sins can be forgiven. So

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let's go to the 10 ways in which sins can be forgiven.

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He says

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from the from the Quran and Sunnah first of those who said is Toba.

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He said this is agreed upon by all the really all the Muslims. And we've clarified that when we talked about

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Dupois and we especially when we talked about forgiveness of

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bad deeds being wiped out by good deeds. We also talked at that time about Toba as well. Yeah.

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In the last session, I talked much about Toba and sincere Tober Yeah, and we we we showed in the last lesson to you how

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sincere Tober yeah

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wipes away

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wipes away the sin yeah as though it doesn't exist. Yeah

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even even shipped, even shipped. That's why Allah smart Allah says as I mentioned last time, and even Taymiyah mentioned this area here as well. Goal Yeah, even the AI varial Latina Astra fu Allah foresee him ladapo Now to mere walk Matthew in Hola, yo, yo

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Don't know Virginia me in now who well, for all Rafi. Say, as I mentioned last time, my slaves those who have committed excesses against themselves sinned in other words, do not despair from the mercy of Allah. Surely Allah forgives all sins yoke through through by Jami in who who was a fool Rahim surely he he is the oft forgiving most merciful that is not a contradiction to the idea which I also explained to you last time where I lost my clothes says

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in hola hola Yun fu room au SRUC cabbie

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where were ya feel mad doonas Alec remain

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and that surely Allah

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will not forgive?

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What is it to layer

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in Hola, hola, yo. And your speaker?

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No lie a few unusual COVID I did quote him right? I a number 48 from surah in the sense of full. Well, you have to go mad do not VALIC diminisher. Surely Allah will not forgive that which should basically that anybody associates anybody with him? will forgive everything else aside from that. So is that a contradiction? As I said last time to build an IRA. No, it isn't.

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This, the latter one I just caught it is for the one who hasn't done Tober

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who hasn't done Toba? Allah will forgive any sins as He wills on the Day of Judgment, even major sins. That's why he said aside from shirk, as even if somebody hasn't done Toba phone Yeah, there's the first evidence that cracks against Hawaii and Tesla. Yeah, that cover it cannot be forgiven. Except if somebody just told abandons the shahada again, etc. The crime is telling you here Yeah, well you have to go Medina Valley my Isha.

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Also, what even told me I didn't mention is a very relevant verse here. Allah smart Allah says in surah Tasneem Surah 66 verse he says, Yeah, are you a Lavina and or to boo illallah, he told bad tender Soo Ha. Asara beaucoup au Fira. Combs say hey, de como yo, does he like home Jen? In Tajiri mill Taffy * and

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yo, Mala you, Zilla Hoon, B and the West carries on. All you who believe

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do Toba to Allah. Sincere Tober Yeah, Assad Bukom as Salah Bookboon remember what I said last week about Assad linked with Allah and Rob, perhaps your Lord and your kufr uncle will block out from you. You're saying sejati poem and enter you into Gardens underneath which rivers flows? What does Assad have become? Perhaps your Lord? What does it indicate here? What does it say last time?

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Any offers

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sir, do we translate this really interpreted as perhaps your Lord will block out the sense from you and to you into government we fill the floor

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people don't remember nobody

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of the lead now bus don't yellow alguma and they said this last time said when Assa perhaps when it comes with human beings, it means perhaps because we are failing on our side when it's linked with Allah. Yeah, it means for surely ALLAH will block out. Wipe away your sins from you and enter you into goddess underneath which rivers slow, so Toba? Surely Allah will wipe away your sin. This is a promise from Allah. Do we say oh we know we're not necessarily not making you a promise if you're sincere, that Allah will. Allah says, Who will

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The Caballo told butter and EBRD for at least a year.

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It is He Who accepts the Toba Yeah, from his servant and pardons and overlooks yeah and pardons, pardons from sin,

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accepting the Toba and pardoned sin.

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So we have many evidences for Toba as,

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as that's imitate, as the first thing that can wipe away all things, not just the small ones. All things Yeah.

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Second, which you will find interesting. The second he said is the heart

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asking for forgiveness. So the point that's coming through your head, which came to my head as well initially is, I thought it was the same thing towbarless thick fog.

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So let me explain. Why is he separated it Kolber

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in essence really means to turn back to Allah.

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So it means turn back with regret. And because turning back to Allah means that you realize that you've done wrong, it's in the Dharma, I regret and try not to do it again. That is Toba.

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That is Toba if it comes together with

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is thick fog. That's its meaning. So when they both come together, told that and it's thick fog

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it's thick fog is actually making dua to Allah Ya Allah forgive me Ya Allah forgive me. Oh ALLAH forgive me that system far.

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It is the isobar.

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So when they come together, they can be both separated. When they come on their own as Toba. Toba then, will include turning back to Allah and asking for forgiveness and having regret. And when he stick for comes, it means inherent in that but you're asking Allah for forgiveness, is that you have regret, if it's a sin and sincere is too far. And you don't want to repeat that again. So I hope you understand what I mean. Both are very much interlinked. Yeah, but but there is some significant difference in them hence even Taymiyah mentioned them separately Toba to do with the Dharma and regret and turning back and stopping and this the club pleading with Allah Ya Allah forgive me.

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again, similar to the Toba evidences, the eddy evidence it says of a stick far,

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exactly in the same line. And we have last time I may send you a hadith in Bukhari Muslim. When the promise is intended. Allah says reporting from Allah, that a slave

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a slave commits a sin.

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Yep. Then comes to Allah and saying, a rub Yara Yara be Oh my Lord, as not to sunburn. Yeah, I have committed a sin. Follow fiddly.

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Forgive me so exactly doing Stefan. Clearly the hadith is say that Allah says, My slave has committed a sin.

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He knows that he has a Lord

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who can forgive the sin? And also who can take him to account for his sin? Yeah.

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Who knows? He knows that. Yeah. And Allah loves that you see?

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Who knows that Allah can that he's Lord confer forgive his sin. Yeah. And also he can take him to task for his sin. That surely I have forgiven myself and the Hadith mentioned it happens 234 times. He goes back and does sinning again. Then comes back and repeats the same thing. Or Laura pizza same thing again and again. This is despite the brand saying sincere, Toba.

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Yeah, you and I would say oh, that's not sincere, keeps on going back and doing the sin again.

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So Allah it's it's a bit like the man who got was drinking

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The time of the Prophet SAW Salem and the last came 40 times as a punishment at that time. And then he went back and he was brought back again many times over three or four times. It's not clarified how many times and when he brought back again.

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Once the hobby in front of the Prophet saw some started cursing him and the prophesy son told off the sahabi, who's cursing him, cursing the man who kept on drinking alcohol, and saying, Do not curse your brother.

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For he loves Allah and His messenger that shows the promises of this man was sincere, even though he kept on falling into the same sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So they can be sincerity, even though how many of us will fall into doing the same thing again. Yeah, but we sincerely love Allah love Allah and His messenger. That's why in the same Hadith in Bukhari Muslim at the end of the Hadith, the prophet syslogd said that Allah says, Go, do whatever you do have the sense how many ever times in other words, I have forgiven you.

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And I explained this to you that a believable sincere Toba doesn't understand from that.

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Only a corrupt heart would understand from that, that I can do now and I've got a free green card to do as much sinning as possible as shaytaan followship and as much as possible, and at the end, just keep doing Tober make a mockery of it. That's not the idea. The idea is Allah subhanho wa taala. Two ideas. No children of Adam are free from sin.

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Number one, number two, number two, never never despair, that Allah will not forgive you if you turn to him. Yeah. In sincere repentance at that moment for that particular sin. Yeah, always the Door of Allah slight delays open. Glory be to Him is the Most Merciful, the oft forgiving us light off forgiving off forgiving again and again and again. And we mentioned some evidence for that last time.

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So there if you notice is a stick for the person's asking for forgiveness. Yeah, and Allah is forgiving. It doesn't say Allah forgiven just a small sins. Yeah. And usually the idea he's going for big, big sin. Yeah, in big and small, including the Hadith about the man who came to the mosque and said, I've committed a sin that requires has punishment, indicating perhaps I didn't clarify where it was, but it could be any of the big sins. Yeah.

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But he said, your Salah, you've compressed a lot with me, you've been forgiven? Salallahu Alaihe Salam? Yeah.

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Subhan Allah, you know, we would like to move on to number three.

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And this is linked with the Toba. The need for tobacco is sick, far.

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From all of us.

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Always, all of us.

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Always till the day we die is not right. But then sisters.

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Even though even Taymiyah, in conclusion will say that I've shown with these evidences when I bring them all together, but even if you haven't done Toba for a major sin, you can be forgiven on the Day of Judgment.

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Yeah. And Allah forgive

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is the right and his assessment. He is because I gave you the list before the one that says Surely Allah will not forgive ship. And he'll forgive anything besides from that from whoever he wants. This is where there's no Tober because when Tober comes even with the ship, it's all forgiven anyway.

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There is your evidence clearly it's there in the Quran. So it will take me as right but he says this, which is very important.

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He says it's a bit like the person knows that have the medicine that I can take, which can counter

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poison which will kill doesn't mean to say I planning on taking the poison. It just because I have a remedy for it. I'll be a fool.

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Yeah, it's like one of the said playing with dangerous situation. And don't play with Allah either. Even though you know that he can forgive and he is most merciful, local, most compassionate. You will take your precaution. You rather be the one who does toll by mistake far as is which is what's our listener? Will Jamar say? Yeah, God and the one who hasn't done it can risk it. Yeah. risky

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and carry on singing without ever doing Tober is the club the prophesies exemplify that didn't need by doing a stick far 7200 times a day. Yeah, you

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Even though he had his past and future sins forgiven some Allahu Allahu Salam, and He is our example. So,

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because the idea of sinning is inherent in us as human beings Yeah, that's why

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the Prophet Salla Samson, a famous Hadith in Sahih Muslim

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from Abu Hooray data Radi Allahu Anhu all others who like Salallahu Alaihe Salam, well, Levine FCB a de

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lo lampoon's Naboo does not belong become wala Jaya, have a calming euphony guna for yesterday rune Allah Iago funeral home by him in whose hand is my soul?

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Were you not to commit sin? Were you not to commit sin? To us peroxisome talking, then Allah will destroy you all. Get rid of you all. Yeah.

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lavabo Allah who become

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and then bring a people who will sin and then ask for forgiveness from Allah. And Allah will forget them. When he says for years of pay for younger fuel level, do we say well maybe maybe not. Allah sang him for

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probably saying that Allah will forgive them. That's the promise if they ask for forgiveness. The idea is broken in many places, including Allah descending in the last third of a night asking anyone who is anyone who asked him for forgiveness by us surely I will forgive them. Many places this idea is that so this is about knowing that we are always sinning as we'll find In another Hadith which is going to come later on in another wizard by a where Allah says yah Eva the in the comfort of the owner bee lady want to have an outfit of the Aruba Jimmy, for stealthy Rooney outfit, look home. Surely all my servants you sin by day and by night. That's you and me. For those sisters, I'm a

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sinner, you're sinners. Okay. And Allah says you sing by them and I forgive all sins is there's another promise? Yeah.

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Well, I know Phil's Luba Jamia. So ask forgiveness of me. Yeah. And I will forgive you a promise this is Allah speaking.

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La Adel Allah subhanho wa Taala on Main Street. So now we come

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to number three. And that is

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given Samia, Samia says doing good deeds and that I already covered Yeah. doing good deeds. Yeah. wiping away

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from bad wiping away bad deeds. And we had a long discussion on that last time about good deeds. Yeah, even steps taking and making wudu taking steps or Masjid wait waiting for prep for the next breath just doing that wipes away good bad deeds and also one step wipes way back did the other one is giving increasing you're giving a good deed increasing your station before Allah so it's doing both Yeah, and the Hadith we mentioned about salah and fasting and Hajj and all those wiping away sins of our Hajj. Yeah, the Hadith which mentioned about person who does it without

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doing a behaving badly and does it sincerely Yeah. And properly how they come back,

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though is the day they've been newly bought from the mother meaning with no saints. Does that mean they still carry major sin? No, it doesn't. Yeah.

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And amongst the good deeds, giving Saba which will come in another Hadith as well as sadaqa to toot fatale Katya to karma youth feel now now giving in charity to others is wipes away. Yeah. Blocked sow extinguishes bad sins, like water extinguishes the fire. Come up, Arsalan, my son Allahu alayhi salam.

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So, next is

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he has lots of little discussions, most of which I discussed with you last time. Tamia has it here as well actually.

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And the buckling some of the ideas of

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So, number four, he says, Now, this is not the dua for me for myself. This is the dua of believers for me and for

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You other believers to ask for you can wipe away sins is that right? For example, He says, like performing Salah to janazah on the dead person when they're dying, because the Prophet salallahu Salam said, Ma'am in my youth in your Salah alley here, you're suddenly la he told me that Muslim mean Yeah Bill Yabba Yabba Laguna Mia, Wolfie rewilding you hablo, Guna Aruba.

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Arbaeen and my own

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go to the home yesterday all that in less Shabbat or fee in the 41 with Run button or agile on life, we are gonna be law he che Illa shafa Houma la de la Muslim, both of them, that there is no person

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who dies from the Muslims

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and 14 in 100 at one time, the promises, not the time, he's actually said 40 Even 40 will do that. 40 people do that Janaza prayer, not associating there the believers so they're not doing Sure, yeah, yeah. They're doing the janazah and another prayer is asking forgiveness for the person in front of them, except but Allah will accept that intercession. In other words, you accept that law and forgive the person. So this is people making dua. Other believers making dua for you can be aware of sins being wiped away and forgiveness.

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And another Hadith as we mentioned, which is a Hasson hadith is a good hadith is fine as taking as evidence and many more scholars took it as evidence that is that if a free rows of believers, three rows of believers in slot two janazah, yeah, then that dua will be accepted for forgiveness.

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So if you have only a small number of people, that's why it's supposed to happen. Recommended, not obligatory, you'll find many people try and make three rows. Somebody said, what if we only got four people behind the Imam? Then of course, you can't make three rows, they asked Imam atman that, then you have the Imam and you have two rows behind 20 throw, you can't make three rows after that. So

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the idea of lots of people coming from the janazah of a believer is of great benefit to them. Number five

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things aside from people making dua when somebody dies, people doing things on the behalf of the dead person. Now Salah is not included in that, because no evidence came from ponder on sunnah, that a loved one or a family member has not done their family prayers for somebody else to do their five daily prayers. But what has come is for fasting for example. Yeah. Voluntarily if somebody wants to fast on obligatory fast can they miss them?

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Many scholars said yes. Some said no.

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But we have evidence from the officers about that. Yeah. about doing the Hajj. Yeah, he became obligatory, clear authentic hadith prophesised MathType Vonda adds. Yeah. And probably sighs some gave permission to do so encouraged in fact, so it's not obligatory, but it can be done and the reward of that the beauty of Islam in this as even Taymiyah mentions that reward goes to

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the what I calling somebody who's fasting for Iftar when you give them food to break that Iftar

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you don't take away from the reward of them they're fast but you're rewarded as well on top of that for giving them food to break their fast

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so that I'm included in that is making dua isn't it? We make dua Yeah. We make it

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in saliva we make a DUA, Robbie JAL Nemo ki masala Domingo RIA T Rob been out of trouble dua Robina goofy li Wali, while in the year, whether alive or dead, my parents

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forgive me forgive them.

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While you'll walk me Nina and all believers alive or dead yo by a pool of reserve

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on the day of accounting, yeah. So this is the idea of sins being forgiven.

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For like sets and doors of those believers who are making dua for you

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Number six, even Taymiyah said, the shofar the intercession of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe. Salam on the DM testament. Yeah. And the prophesy Salam said notice in a hadith which is authentic and

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telemovie Abu Tao in the merger, the prophesy Salam said, shofar RT li al Qaeda, Al Amin amati. My intercession on the Day of Judgment is for those who committed the major sin from my own,

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from my own, how can it be the minus things because the minus sins

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aren't because Allah is already promised and the promises that Allah will block out the small things from the believers. Yeah, from them just performing their Salah and fasting, etc. Yeah, they're automatically then automatically gone. And if they do Toba, then the big ones are gone as well. But here, I'll cover it on the Day of Judgment indicates those who have done major sins and didn't do Tober they died in that state, and then officers saying my intercession will be accepted for such people.

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So the intercession of the Prophet salallahu Salam, I could go into more details but time is running out. Number seven.

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He says, the Messiah of dunya and I'll just give you one Hadith, which indicates that the Prophet salallahu Salam said

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have this reported from other VARELA IN Sahil Behati it's also in Muslim as well. He said performance last time said my you'll see will Muslim will

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mean NASA been Voila, wasabi. Voila, handmade wala hostname wala event. One other one a thumb? Show kuti you shampoo her in cut for Allah who we have a metaphor for Yahoo

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that's beautiful Hadith prophesy, Salam said.

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Where is my?

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He said, There is no hardship that befalls a suffering that befalls most a movement a believer. No no suffering, no hardship, no anxiety, no grief or sadness. No worry.

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No, not any kind of harm. Even a song that pricks him or her. Except that Allah Yeah, blocks out and wipes away a sin from him in compensation for that Subhan Allah

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Subhana Allah. So that fits with the Hadith which says it's always amazing the affair of the believer, isn't it? Even in hardship? Yeah, we never go unnoticed. But Allah Subhan Allah, Allah fly by so merciful and forgiving to us from any of the hardships of dunya itself, number eight,

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as I will.

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Yeah, and as I said many times, in the authentic at least was mentioned about the one the two being punished in the grave. Yeah.

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There must have been believers, the Hadith makes it to being punished in the grave, because the disbelievers they won't be been punished for those two things that may be punished because they were Kfar one day. So the idea that those who were punished in the grave one who weren't careful about your in falling on themselves when they urinated getting on their clothes and body couldn't care less. And the other one, those spreading slander and backbiting people. Yeah. But I said at that time when I interpret this hadith, that will then as we go to hellfire because they're being punished. No, that may be an explanation of the sin, having the torment of the grave, and then their

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forgiveness forgiven on the day of judgment. And then there's still the shafa of Rasul Allah stolen, and the forgiveness of Allah Subhan outlanded and judgment to come, so doesn't display me. That's why even Taymiyah says, punishment in the grave may actually be an expiation, and the sins are forgiven, that there's no more punishment to be had. And as things have gone on the Day of Judgment, number nine,

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the fear and trembling, of standing on the Day of Judgment, in the distress

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on the Day of Judgment, standing there before Allah for a county, that is self that itself can wipe away sins, because not everybody from from the believers will be necessarily from the seven who are given shade of Allah.

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Aside from Western

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is no other shared? Yeah, not everybody from the believer is going to be on those seven categories. Yeah. So under just that itself, the sheer terror of the day and Allah swatter knows that you and I will be going others. Those who go from Allah save us from it. For those who are going to be going through Terra Allah knows his slave what they're gone through. So Allah may Allah forgive them because of that. And finally, of course, the mercy and forgiveness of Allah as the prophets is them say, No person will be who will enter paradise with just because of their deeds. Yeah. And they said, and you jasola I said, even I am. And yet again, Madonia Allahu BRAF naughty and in one

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version or be well not filthy, except that ALLAH covers me with his LISI and his forgiveness. So mercy and forgiveness of Allah will be needed by everybody. Nobody's going to stand so arrogantly on the Day of Judgment, neither any profit neither the final messenger who thought precedent before Allah, and none of us and say yellow look at my scales, I've got greater rewards here etc. I deserve to go to product. Do you think anybody's gonna have the power and the audacity to even speak before Allah?

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But Allah doesn't run anybody. Even an atom's degree. That's what we believe. Not only that, not only is he just that he's full of mercy and forgiveness, may Allah subhanaw taala.

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We pray to Allah that we

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are those who are given from his mercy and forgiveness in this world and the Hereafter, and May Allah save us from the fire of * and blocked out our sins and makers of those who contribute to that in the things that we're able to do. And Allama Amin salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi as main along that

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any questions sorry, I felt a bit lonely today nobody answered anything else

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and no, because the cameras on

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not a necessity but anyway. Any questions, sisters

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as they come by, I just want to say just like Allah, it was beautiful, really beautiful. Reminder today actually really nice. I enjoyed it very much. So I thought I'd give you a bit of feedback because we're all

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beautiful words from the Quran and from the Prophet sauce. And I'm, you know, you're absolutely right. Yeah.

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You're right.

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Help us to absorb it in our lives in our hearts and help us to live by that we are sinners.

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Holly, McCullough,

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would you need the lawyer you mentioned about somebody saying it but not doing the needs? You said Allah say that my Dunoon following what you say? Which will be Yeah, what I was in please. Oh Matakohe that is in surah 61 surah Saath.

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I n number two, I think yeah, that was okay. The beginning.

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Any other questions? Brothers, sisters

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and brothers, colleague?

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just a clarification.

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Obviously sheiks our boss has given us 10 ways which the sins can be wiped away. Are there any others?

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It's Firstly, it's not fixed on a bozo I went straight back to him with Tamia that's what he took it from

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me, and it's some Quran and Sunnah. And I thought about that. You're right. I thought about Sagar thought maybe he's missed that but it's there. Even shows that it goes. It doesn't mention it when he gives his in the translation and the summary. But he did a summary of it. So that's the main reason. But even the Son of it is there in good deeds. So no, I found I found it really pretty comprehensive. And anything I could think of could be included in those categories.

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Okay, so So yeah, alrighty. Good deeds, obviously, clearly included within that as an ability for us to a massive area, isn't it? Under the law? Good. That's a grand said. Yeah.

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And also, the other clarification to be on the hip and that's a year yet.

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Yeah. Does that and the other clarification was with regards to the robin Adwa. Robert Johnson

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Welcome and so that is that which verse of the Quran is that from?

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That is in Surah Ibrahim

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Rahim we'll find it on the last page also of surah. Ibrahim. Just look it up now. This dua, Ibrahim and I, yes. Thank you,

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I've taken a lot of your time.

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So any final questions before we call it today?

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The third, yes. Yeah. We all right, finish? Yes. Just like like just did. We got next Tuesday off or you'd like to continue?

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What do you prefer? Sister? All right, continue.

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I've got a few weeks, there's going to be Ramadan. So I'm going to stop Ramadan. And you know, it could be a month or two before I restart again, when Ramadan. So, at the moment, I'll carry on if you feel if your guys are alright. Not having a week off. Yes, that should be financial.

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Because I did think we've covered this at least in maybe one session, but I actually wouldn't have done it just to see what it's not the Hadith. The hadith is the if it's the ideas in it, which

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hopefully, if they come up in another Hadith, then we'll have less to say about it then. And I hope you found it beneficial. I mean, I certainly found the discussion that had been Tamia had in his works, and it made me go back and check the source itself. Very useful read. So I hope you benefited from that that were abroad from just

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yesterday. I just one other point of clarification about the subtle janazah and it's intercession was the intercession for that if minimum of 40 persons or 100 persons were to take part in the prayer? Would it be an intercession for the person who's deceased or for yes, it was. No, the deceased person for the deceased person, okay. It's for them. They're praying for him? Of course.

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Just Aquila, Hampshire. Is that right? Pitcairn salah. Speak next week.

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