Munir Ahmed – Session 72 Justice & Wrongdoing

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including its use of "has been a pleasure" and the use of "Returns reasoning" in various ways. The importance of protecting one's wealth and honor, avoiding offense, and learning from past mistakes is emphasized. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the US and China, causing a decline in demand for certain products, but preventing people from getting sick and promoting social distancing are also important. The global pandemic is acknowledged as a global phenomenon, but the current crisis may affect certain aspects of the future. The impact of the pandemic on the retail industry and the potential impact on the retail sector are also discussed.
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Okay, now humbly like Alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala astroglia mbi well mursaleen wa ala alihi wa sahbihi as my 18 and my bad your

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salam Wa alaykum warahmatullahi over Akoto

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were bad and so Allah

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and yet a couple min, Ramadan Saleh and Hawa y'all feelin as Uber now you kept further unnecessary attina necessarily Hoover Elma. Nafi what is Ken was it who Ali Hinata What were you Leigh Hill merci. Hola, hola. Hola. Quwata illa biLlah Hill Algenol vain.

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Praise beautiful Allah, Lord of the Worlds Peace and blessings on this prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam, after saying slums to you, Allah, peace and His mercy on you.

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We ask Allah to accept our good deeds, to forgive us the guidance and to give us

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useful knowledge and understanding wide system that's

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on Him we are utterly dependent to Him is our return goal. And there is no parametric semblance of Allah. If we were fully commence with Hadith number 24. From where we left off,

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some of you may have heard many of you may not even know of

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who he was anyway, the passing away of Allama. The

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scholars teacher of scholars allometry ulimate, Lola Ma, che, use of a kappa he passed away. Yesterday, Rahim Allah may Allah forgive him shower is mercy upon him, and enveloped in His mercy, accept his service to Islam and the Muslim ummah, around the world.

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And subhanAllah what an alum,

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early May he has been recognized by many Allamah critics by criticism criticized by some for making things too easy for Muslims, and being quote, liberal.

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And subhanAllah. He's been an amazing, amazing contribution through his lectures, his teachings through the

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channels, Surely our higher Sharia and life which was very famous in the Middle East.

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And followed by millions and millions of Muslims that program where I knew him before that I had the pleasure of meeting him being in his company, listening to directly to, to him many of his talks and studying many of his books which I learned from

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May Allah bless him, and

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many, many people and scholars that I know who have been

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his students and many, not just in the Middle East, in the West, influenced by him, may Allah smart Allah, accepting widen his grave for him

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and raise his position on the Day of Judgment give him a place in for DOS May Allah SATA raise him up amongst the prophets and the shahada and the other righteous people may Allah so Allah forgive us guidance on Start almost stalking me just wanted to say that

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do a very view heard of the use of local Bowie

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Yes, yeah.

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I heard about

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I heard about him through my community here and I just posted the notice that came up on Twitter as well his as well as funeral blasts which is really beautiful. Mashallah, I

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recommend everybody

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do who did his

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career graveyard from anywhere? So humbly Allah, you do you have heard of him, so that's good. But

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his contribution is, has been amazing. Sadly, he's been

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gilfer about and withdrawn from speaking on any public platforms for about 10 years because he got he died at 96. So he got killed with dementia and poor memory etc. And because of that,

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so he's not

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his voice has not been heard for many years now. By him Allah may Allah make his illness a source of erasing of his sins as well.

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And well

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my could say

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many of the things about meeting and hear from his talks and what I learned, but I won't go into that now.

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Okay, brothers sisters, let's come back to our Hadith number 24, which we left from last time to remind you

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this is a Hadith of Ibiza. She's also reported intermarry this version that Mom No we mentioned is of course from Sahih Muslim and to remind you that the Hadith could see prophesy Salam saying that from his reporting from his Lord

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and be glorified yeah everybody in the horizontal room Allah NFC all my slaves I have forbidden zoom injustice or wrong for myself Watch out to who bein up Omaha ramen, flattered Filatov Alamo and I made it haram between you so do not wrong one another. Yeah. evali Caloocan ball on 11 has a two Oh my slaves all of you are misguided except the one I have guided first step Dooney article so seek guidance of me and I will guide you Yeah, where the could look on Jay on in Atlanta. All my slaves all of you are hungry except the one that I feed for stuck to a Mooney otter income. So seek food of me nourishment of me and I will feed you Yeah, Eva, the colloquium Arden Illa min castle to fistic

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Sunni eksu Calm all my slaves. All of you are naked except the ones I have clothed. So seek clothing of me and I will prove you.

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Yeah, evadne on my slave in the comb of their own I believe on the heart. Oh TAFTA owner Biloela want to have an outfield bluebird yummy. First Dunphy Rooney outfit like home, oh, my slaves, all of you sin by day and by night and I forgive all sins, so seek forgiveness of me and I will forgive you.

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Or leave it at that type long that don't think we're gonna get through that. So last time, we're talking about the first part of that if which was a last one to himself saying that he's to be done zum zum for himself. And then saying I made it haram therefore, for you to do zoom to one another fill out Allah Allah who

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we mentioned a little bit about it and

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how Allah subhanaw taala says, I didn't mention some of the as Allah Allah says in the Quran confirming what is said in this hadith could see Allah for many places as a few examples. Allah says, Well, no. And Abby Vula me Leila RB N I am not one who is

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unjust to the slaves, or Mala who you read to

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me in our lives does not want or intend any kind of injustice and wrong to it to the creation. While now Rob boo Kirby Vala mill Abbey, and your Lord is not unjust to the slaves. And that's not to say not another part of in Allah Hi, playa three Moon NASA che wala kin NASA, NASA and Fusa Humi out on surely Allah is not unjust to human beings. even an iota. Yeah. It is human beings who are unjust themselves. Yeah. In the Himalayas, the master che Willa Qin Nan, NASA and for certain we agree more. However, it is human beings who themselves are the ones who are doing the injustice and wrong. Another part Allah says in Allah Hi ly as remote as Allah zawa surely Allah doesn't even do an

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atom's weight of degree of wrong.

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So what is zoom?

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We mentioned a little bit about it last time. So just a recap. And if I put in my own words volume, and some of the scholars like even relevant to Phil mentioned as a quite rightly said,

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it is to go beyond the

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boundaries to put something not in its place. So there's different levels of the

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so though, you could say is the opposite opposite to adult, adult is justice. Volume is the exact opposite any kind of injustice we call it wrong. So tyranny and oppression is done misogyny. But that's an extreme form of boom Turning Oppression done by a ruler. Can we run one another and doodle to one another? Yes, we can.

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But by Ting, deceiving, lying, cheating, all those are against justice or they're not. So all of them are under the category of volume.

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So the volume is opposite to other. Yeah, it is wrongdoing. It is.

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So the highest of justice you could say in other words, as imams are a bozo protect

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the highest of justice would be to recognize the Oneness of Allah subhanho wa Taala

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and contrast the highest of volume and injustice is therefore

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to associate partners with Allah subhanaw taala to do shit

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to do ship that's why Allah smart Allah says in the Quran in surah look man so to look man

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when he says

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well our father Tina Luke alma mater and the school in my school refer Nana yes to lunacy and then guess our offer in a lot of money your hammy but after that I

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haven't got time to translate that one although I could do but that's not the CIA after it

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what is all local man only Benny he Well who? To who? And when look man said to his son

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while he was advising him well, who is the who? Yeah buena yella to shriek bill.

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Oh my dear son, do not set up partners with Allah do not do shit with Allah in Nash share the colossal moon of the surely ship is is a great, great wrong, the greatest of wrongs is to that's why that's not all. It forgives everything else. But it doesn't forgive ship, because that is the greatest of zoom but you can do. So it really starts with our relationship with Allah subhanaw taala before we come to the event,

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and there's a few more things to say about that. So remember, there were two groups the ummah of scholars, technically and theoretically and philosophically, I suppose they divided into two groups, ones who said like the likes and even Taymiyah

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even Rajab, the inclined towards the idea that Allah can inherently do evil, but he chooses not to. And they use an argument which Imam poofy mentioned about saying to a person, a blind person saying, I do not look at any wrongs. So somebody is saying to him, Well, that's because you can't see wrong anyway, you have blind, so there's nothing to praise nothing praiseworthy about about it. So they use this analogy and apply it to Allah subhanho wa taala, that Allah subhanaw taala is praiseworthy and not doing wrong, even though he can and he decides how to his own will not to ever do wrong and injustice. The majority went with the Imam Nami included and Imam Al hate me and the gym Mahoto

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lemma. And I said, I was inclined to this opinion that Allah Sada, inherently, by the definition of being God, Allah can never do wrong, can never do wrong. That doesn't take away anything from his praise worthiness and His Highness. Yeah, we don't do similar tools and examples of a blind man and apply it to Allah subhanaw taala there's no nothing similar. And Lisa Camus li che on Oahu was Samuel Busey, there's nothing like contain, while he is all hearing all seen, that is Allah Glory be to Him.

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So that raised the question If Allah is inherently one who never does wrong,

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and we said in regards to Allah subhanho wa taala.

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An example of the wrong was ALLAH punishing somebody for what they hadn't

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done the same somebody else did it. A classic example would be the original sin done by Adam and Hawa. Yeah, and the rest of human

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He, as is a Christian belief, majority of Christianity is now guilty. Yeah. Whereas Allah smart Allah, which is not from Allah, but we don't accept that. Allah Allah says, well our test it was not to withdraw Ofra and no soul will bear the burden of sin of another soul. That is just this, isn't it? And otherwise you say, Well, what have I done? Yeah, Allah why am I counting the sin of somebody else? Yeah. So clearly, by any sense, aside from why, by logical reasoning, justice requires that one is not punished except for what they have done. And yet ALLAH is forgiving, Most Merciful on top of that. So

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this raises the question of Allah has a nature raise the question of

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Allah has

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all just which he is, okay. He's saying in this hadith and throughout the Quran, that he never does wrong. Yeah. Or injustice with anyone, any of his creatures and slaves. Just something on the word when Allah Saito says in the Quran wama be Vula millall. Habib, Allah SATA years uses the word the lamb.

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Yeah, the lamb, the lamb is a noun that's taken from the verb. And it's from the sailor, the format of fat Al,

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Al, Valaam, Al, for those who know a little bit of Arabic, but for Al has two possible ways of interpretation. One of the ways is it is a series of mobile law. That means a seen as a format, which shows that things are exaggerated or more than the norm. For example, a word like hola they use it for himself. I love afar. Yeah, I love afar Alfa therefrom for as well, but not same kind of meaning as the Lamb. Alcohol and and I'll refer means Yeah, that he he is so much forgiving a love of alcohol. He is so tremendous in here. Tremendous. And

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so powerful and so amazing. Yeah. So it's, they call it a seagull mobile era, taking it to a very high level. Yeah, so far. But for the lamb. The lamb comes from the singer of Misbah.

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An example of that would be if you take the word hubs, hubs is bread. Yeah. And hubbas is the maker of the bread. We don't say that this is an exaggerated form that he's because he's

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making massive breads, or he's making breads all the time, day and night without stopping that that's why we call somebody called combust basically, because the word belongs to is linked with breadmaking. And had that is similar from the blacksmith who's using the metal. Yeah. So again, it's not Campbell Bala, it means the person who is linked with that. The metal that's used for the the hoof of the animal, so a blacksmith in that regard. So here the lamb means link with Do not exaggerate that he doesn't go to extremes in his role, doesn't mean that and he's alright in moderate and mild form, he does not know it doesn't mean that it means that he doesn't do any, any

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evil of any kind. So I just wanted to clarify that the word Lamb which is used in the Quran, now,

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if Allah is like that, it raises the question which philosophers in the past in Christianity and Judaism and in Islam later after that I've asked, and, and reasoned and tried to deal with. And that is a question of existence of evil in the world. Yeah. This dealing with this question

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the question of evil in the world.

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Somebody called

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the German philosopher called Gottfried Leibniz, who was around at the beginning

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of the 18th century,

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German philosopher and mathematician.

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He put forward a term to deal with this issue of the question of evil in regards to God why evil exists in the world.

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because Christianity put this idea forward or a God being all aware, all powerful, all goods, so why is the evil if Allah if God is all good, okay,

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so this question

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put forward a term called theodicy.

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To do, theodicy is linked with the idea of dealing with the question of evil. Literally theodicy comes from fear and deceit, feel means God, and they see means justice or justification. So he put forward this term coined this term the Odyssey to mean the justification of God's meaning in defense of God for the existence of evil. And how did Christian philosophers deal with it are two main streams of people

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with little shades of difference.

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One group sort of said that they had the Aristotelian approach, that God created everything. And then he basically retired and put it in automatic mode. So if evil is going to come is happening, sort of automatically, yeah.

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As a consequence of what's going on, so it's like, randomly happening automatically, and God's just gonna then decide on the day that we're folding, because he has nothing to do with it anymore. Of course, this is alien to Islam. That whole idea. Another response and approach was the idea put forward by St. Augustine. Yeah, in the fourth century, ad. And he basically said, that since Adam sinned and the fall of Adam,

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That is the very foundation underlying cause of all evil in the world,

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of human wrong.

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In other words, Adam's sin has continued after his soul to be perpetuated. And that includes, therefore all kinds of evil existing in the world is all because of the original sin. Yeah. And includes in that, whether it's moral evil committed by human beings, or even he said, for natural disasters, that they are punishments because of human sin.

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So we need to think about that. Naturally, we don't accept that, as I've said it, as I've said earlier on about original sin, and even a viewing natural disasters like that was an inclination for many Muslim Imams and some scholars to see natural disasters willingly as a punishment being sent when they come.

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The proviso in that, that disaster coming can be a punishment, but we can only know that through huashi and a profit being present. Yes, any other disaster that comes and this is not from Christina, it is me speaking. Now, any other disaster that comes alongside that created the universe and this world for natural disasters happened from the beginning of time, if there was never any natural disaster taking place, any disease, any flooding, any fire, nothing like that, there will be in paradise. This is not paradise. Yeah, Allah created this world, this universe with those kinds of things taking place. Yeah. So on the one hand, when a disaster takes place, like a flood, or famine,

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or locusts, or etc, yet, it could be just a natural disaster, as a center as a trial for melasma, because that's how the system is put there. Or it could be a punishment, as in the time of Musa alayhis salam. And in that case, we don't say oh, it was just a natural happening as some atheists do now that Moses arrived at the some kind of sea of water, and it was just chi that was going back and he happened to go across the the tide combat and drown. So there's no miracle, which is absolute nonsense. All right. That's the other side of that taking natural disasters too far and completely rejecting any kind of miracle that Allah can do yet to break through. So miracle is that which is

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outside of what the natural laws are, that's the idea of the miracle.

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Okay, now, another idea put forward

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was that Adams law

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apps and this is

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was put forward by somebody called sent

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Irenaeus. Who went he came earlier in the first second century AD. The Adam sin was just elapsed. Yeah. And on earth, there will always be good and evil by design.

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By Design of Allah smart Allah. Yeah, this is the place for human development. That's the idea that's been put forward. And that's much more closer to the idea of Islam

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and eliminates Lebanese himself, the German philosopher I mentioned earlier. And he said, there's three forms of evil, moral, physical, and metaphysical, or metaphysical is referring to God, really? Yeah. So he said, there's three kinds of evil,

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Ronny, but his conclusion is, is that God created the best possible world, from various infinite possibilities. So there could be all kinds of worlds, but this is the best that he could create. And he created the best. So you're just defending God in that regard. Still, despite the existence of evil,

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as some some Christian, Christian, or believers or philosophers left it just to mystery, we don't understand. Yeah, we'll just leave it at that, which has an element of truth in it as well.

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before we look at the question of evil, we need to listen this week, and we need to see what is ego?

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Yeah. And do we call metaphysical, which is linked with God Himself? Anything that he does under his command? Do we? Do we use the word evil? Yeah. And why do I mention this now? Because this is the idea of zoom. Yeah. And other

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Allah saying he is not.

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He never does any kind of wrong. So the the idea of evil is completely canceled. Anything that Allah does does is to do with justice and right. So what is evil?

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Firstly, evil, really reality? I mean, some people get mixed up with the idea of is a natural disaster and evil.

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is falling ill evil is somebody having cancer or leukemia at six years of age and dying evil?

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is a question we have to ask before we deal with the question of evil. What is evil? Yeah.

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A reality is if we look at these issues, but if we think, why, why do we think that something like the tsunami that took place, some decades back, and 1000s that have died yet? holidaymakers and others? And there were priests who couldn't deal with it and said, I don't know why God did that.

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And they saw his evil. Why? Because people lost their lives. So the question is, is losing your life before you get to 7080 years of age evil?

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That's the question we have to ask. Because you We think that's evil,

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then then everything then then there's, there's no answer to it. You know? How can death be evil when Allah planned for us to have life and death in this world? Allah also planned for us in this world, for not all of us to live to 8085 96. Yeah. Ready? We know that for sure. We already know that. Yeah. And that will be say, if Allah allows us to live all of us till at will say now that's just and it's not able. Yeah. Somebody will say, Well, no, it is evil. I'd like to live till 90. Yeah. Somebody said, I'd like to live or you know, look poor. The grandmother has died at 80. Leaving crying grandchildren behind our great grandchildren. That's a really terrible. Yeah. And

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then we say, okay, let's bring it back. Yeah. So you could start from any age. Yeah. So, you know, is it alright, at some point, so many people say yes, it's fine. So some sort of what about 70? Yeah, well, all right. What about 60? Yeah.

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And so you can carry on you could start from a 15 year old. Yeah. Or how terrible that child had a future. Gonna get to go to university was gonna get a job get made have sold and none of that happened. Yeah. So, all right, let the child that 15 year old, let them live till 25 and give them an extra 10 years. Then the human being will say, Well, he got his degree. She got the degree she just got

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Got married didn't even have time to have children.

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And how could How? How terrible is that? How evil is that? Then?

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Somebody's phoning in the middle of it company off.

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Alright. Can you hear me still?

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Yes, yeah. Okay. So, so

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let's increase it to 35 the age. So then people will say, Well, young children that just lost their mother and father how terrible how evil is that? Yeah. Oh, you created the 45 then they'll say all the children the devil seen that children graduating that we're gonna get. You see, if we carry on. If we see this as evil, then there's no end to it. You can't put a lying anyway. In reality, of course, Allah created this, you know why the problem? Why there's an issue with evil and classically with the ACS that unfortunately affects the believers as well because of their misunderstanding of what evil is.

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And because primarily because they want paradise in this world.

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Paradise in this world. Because only with paradise in this world. Are you going to avoid any kind of fire flood disasters, tsunami, Hurricane, cancer, leukemia, meningitis infection?

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handicap? Yeah, injury? The list is endless, isn't it? Yeah.

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So if we see these things as evil, then it's because we're trying to have paradise now. But the reality is, the only way to understand these things, is when you believe in a hereafter on the day of judgment and a * and apart

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if you don't believe in that, then of course,

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I, as I've said many times before, but the ACS doesn't solve the problem, you still have to live with all those problems. It's not that they've denied God and denied their judgment and Paradise and hellfire and suddenly now they're really happy because now they've got no illness. Now they're gonna they're not diet 20 Or get serious about don't answer anything. They haven't answered anything they might see.

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Actually, NCSAM leads to hopelessness because there's no hope. It's really like

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a lottery. And that's how people describe it a lottery that who's gonna get go first, who's gonna get it bla, bla, bla, and total randomness, where, which is the idea of even evolution had the LinkedIn. But actually, there's no randomness with Allah swamp, anything and everything that happens happens by his will, otherwise you wouldn't be allowed to happen.

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So this is some of the things that we have to clarify these because tsunami flood all these things and illness and cancer leads to deaths. That's the reality. Yeah, and sama limit of suffering. But if you don't believe in His resurrection and the hereafter, and being rewarded there forever and ever and ever, where there is no death, whether it's no illness, whether it's happiness, we believe in trusting Allah, right? Then Then you realize that this place is a place of trial and test and tribulation, trial and trust and tribulation only happens when there's something you have a trial over. If you sitting in paradise, is there going to be any trial?

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Think about it. No, of course there's no trial. Because there's no tribulation trial can only take place and Allah Therefore Allah created this world with its trials. Yeah. With his trials. And

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and the so when we come to the trials or trials can be

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natural disasters. Yeah. And those natural disasters and illnesses, is interesting to understand. They can be just from Allah swatter as a trial for human beings.

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Sometimes that trial on an individual and wider level is actually linked with the human beings and what they've done with their own hands is Allah father says, The hollows facade, Phil, Barbie will be Marchesa, but at NAS, that facade corruption has come on the land in the sea, because of what P human beings have done with their own hands. So that how does that fit with what's going on environmentally and all this idea of, you know, globally what's happening, you know?

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So there can be an element of what we've done

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Yeah, in not taking care of the environment. Yeah. But it's not only that somebody gets a tumor in the brain, like my sister got, may Allah have mercy and I sold a few, three or four years ago and died. It was not linked with smoking wasn't linked with the diet was something with obesity wasn't linked with anything. Yeah.

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for example, I smoke 60 a day for many years, and I get lung cancer.

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Now, here, there's an element of the Marchesa ad nurse because I did it, I had a contribution to make. But there's also a case here, that it is not inevitable that if I smoke 60, a day that I'm going to get cancer of the lung and die at 45 Is it

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the still the will of Allah subhanaw taala, Allah will still decide whether that's going to happen, but I've played a part in it. So I'm going to be questioned for my talk in that. Yeah. My part in that we'll take another example of one of the grandchildren or children of a man gets lung cancer. And that's linked purely to passive smoking, because this man smoked in front of his children and grandchildren in their presence heavily, and

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was affecting the health of these children. And they got lung cancer, as they said, through pass the smoking. Again, there's an element of human involvement here. But the human being could have done it as jail. We were ignorant of this passive smoking idea if you go back 30 years or so, even the medical profession, but very little to say then it became more and more with research people found out about it. So it could have been pure ignorance. Yeah. And which may or may give an excuse for the person to be forgiven is ignorance. Can you guys be forgiven? Yes, it can be Jehovah Allah.

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Or it could be. Yeah, again, it is not inevitable that everybody who is in the presence of smokers, meaning they're in the past, are all going to get illnesses and disease and cancer and die.

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So these are things that needs

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analysis needs thinking about what level of raw I might speak for day and night fatty food, become a beast get hot target diabetes. Yeah. And I have a role to play in that. But not everybody who does that necessarily gets it? Yeah. So there is an element of all that. And is that wrong to the body to do that? Yes, it is. And that's called Zoom that's doing on yourself, smoking heavily zoom on yourself, and passive smoking, though, among others as well. Yeah, you see that kind of volume? But you're on the trial for that room? Yeah. What do you do in that interaction? You could say, Why did Allah not stop that cancer from happening? Well, you know, this is something of the trial and

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tribulation of the people of the world. The trial is on the perpetrator. Why did Allah not stop that man's shooting so many children at the school and the teachers innocent? Yeah. But again, you're expecting that there is going to be shaytans gone, then.

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before Allah does that, he's going to finish off shutdown and finish off the trial, then nobody will show anybody. Yeah. Is it all right? Is it only bad because he turned up and shot a lot of children and teachers? So I saw right if he goes, every now and then it shoots another person, a drunkard. Somebody drinking or taking drugs in the street? That's all right, is it? No, all of it is evil, one just exaggerated and

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much more serious of Cobra it's all elements of so if Allah prevents any of that happening, it will be the end of the trial will all be in paradise. This is very important to understand that similar to what St. Irenaeus said, from the second century, also ad that good and evil are there by design, it is a part of trial and test. Yeah, the perpetrators on the trial. Because if the perpetrator just thinks about doing the evil and then is prevented from doing it and never does it, on the Day of Judgment, he's gonna say Ya Allah, but I didn't do anything. All but you thought about it. So I'm going to put you in * five because you thought about it. Is that fair?

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Nobody will say that's fair. Okay, so the perpetrator does it. Yeah.

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They want to do it and they actually do it.

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And they don't always succeed in doing it. This is the mystery now comes the mysteries with Allah smart Allah when he allows it happen when he doesn't allow it to happen only He can allow it to happen anyway. And the perpetrator isn't

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not the only one under trial victims are very much under trial. Yeah. The strange thing is that the ACS living in especially the West,

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in their affluence, compared to most of the Third World, developing countries, who are suffering under warfare, famine and things, they are praying to Allah, and thanking Allah, despite losing relatives, family, children's to starvation, and they're suffering. They're praying to Allah, constantly, for best in this world, but they're praying and hoping for paradise in the hereafter. And the ones who are observing them from here. Yeah, in the nice warm environment and a couch eating more than three meals a day and drinking and having relaxed saying, Well, this is terrible. How can God do this? Yeah, we can't believe in this kind of God. Yeah. Well as the one who was suffering,

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see what they think? Yeah.

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So there's an irony there isn't the

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so the reality of

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First is to understand what somebody means by evil, to break it down before you start discussing or this and that, yeah, break it down. What do they see as evil, you cannot apply the moral trial that we as creatures are under, and then put it on God, you don't even understand God, we don't understand an iota about God, we only know about God, what he has revealed to us until few

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fragments of information about him. We don't have even that amount of knowledge of what Allah has. Yeah, whose outside time is infinite, we can't fathom Him. And we tried to put ourselves in his position to dry understand him, Glory be to Him, He has no partners. So we need to realize who we are where our limited little mind and little life is. And that will be soon gone, and have some element of humility before Allah subhanaw taala before we think that we can make decisions on his behalf, and try and make judgment calls about God, about God.

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this is very important.

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To understand, to use the idea of the existence of evil as a basis for denying God is, is a deception of shaitan.

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No doubt about it, is a deception of Satan, for people to use it as an excuse to become atheists, the famous atheists from

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this world from the west from the UK.

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Many decades back, was Anthony flue, if you've seen this book, I recommend you read it. Because he was an atheist who became a believer before he died. He didn't believe in particular originally had an inclination towards Christianity before he died. But he believed in one God, and he therefore, this, Dan is crossed out no god to a god.

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I remember studying this many years ago. So I wanted to mention a chapter a paragraph here, which is very interesting, he says,

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certainly, the existence of evil and suffering must be faced.

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However, philosophy, philosophically speaking, that is a separate issue from the question of God's existence. From the existence of nature, we arrived already at the ground of of its existence, it's already there. Nature may have its imperfections. But this says nothing as to whether it had an ultimate source. Thus, the existence of God does not depend on the existence of warranted or unwarranted evil.

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Very important paragraph.

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So he's saying, basically, as the, as he said, elsewhere, as well, that if we look around the evidence of God is profound all around you. Yeah.

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Trying to understand God is a secondary issue. God already exists, you can't cancel him out just because you can't understand them fathom the question of the existence of evil. Yeah. Very important. common sentiment for Alright, so now

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for Allah subhanaw taala.

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We said in regards to him that he does

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know kind of volume or wrong or injustice, you can use those words for the last word The law also says for law, law, lemon.

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That after saying

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You watch out to who Boehner Kuma Hardman and I have made this rule wrong doing any kind of wrongdoing between you all as haram forbidden, prohibited. So do not allow Allah mu is requires two or more parties doing to one another. So do not wrong one another filata lol mo

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so it already says

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there are

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two kinds of volume

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two kinds of low from the bad from the creatures. The first he says is

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zoom on themselves.

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Zoom on themselves. It's interesting I put them on themselves. How he says ship, to do ship with Allah is to do them on yourself. Where you can see why because if the ship is never forgiven, so I see you're destroying yourself. So the greatest wrongs before you start looking at people doing good or bad is the very foundation of their existence is their relationship with God. If you set yourself up as an atheist and a rejecter of God, you set yourself up as a doing ship with yourself.

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That is an atheist who put themselves in a position of God, but to set others up whether human beings are the stone or water or anything that's all shipped. So as I said before in the circle of Holman RVM from the mouth of man, that Allah damnation surely shipped is great, a great, great, great wrong

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and even Rajiv says that a lot of the Quran when it deals with volley mean,

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describing disbelievers as wrongdoers. A lot of it is with the meaning of Mushrikeen. Yeah, the interchangeable Yeah, but but actually it has the Dali mean idea has a wider meaning than the most shocking idea, because mostly it will be linked with our relationship with our last night club. But there's all goes because of that, beyond that, to the other fields of volume, which the second category he said is to do is for us, creatures or human beings is to have one person doing zoom on another one normal. Yeah. To do a zoom on other creatures other other human beings for example, he says.

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So that's he sent us the second type of,

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as he said, isn't mentioned in the Hadith in Bukhari Muslim that the prophesy Salam said

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on the day of

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not on the day of sacrifice on the 10th day of villager in his last and only Hajj.

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In he said in his hotbar he said some of the lights in the makan what well I'm welcome we're out rather to La comme la calm haram conformity Yomi calm had Wi Fi Shaadi comm haga Wi Fi Bella decom.

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He said Surely your blood

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your wealth and your honor

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is haram and sent for you all

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you know blood meaning can't kill or injure yet your wealth you can't anybody else's wealth is haram. Yeah. And your honor to dishonor anybody included in that has been made Sankt.

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Like the sanctity of this day. Yeah, yeah. I in this month, yeah. And in this land, meaning this month of the month of

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Horam, the sancte months, the sacred months, like the sacredness of this month, like the second the sacredness of this land, this area of blood, wealth and honor are also sacred. And therefore as you know, that those of you who know about

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the Allah ma who have discussed and written or spoken about my past of the Sharia, the very purpose of the Sharia and Revelation guidance, the top part of that is protection of the road. Yeah. Yeah, the the most necessary things are protected and Big Three of them are mentioned here. Yeah.

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have life of wealth and of honor. Yeah, they are to be protected.

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And prophesy Salam said in showing the seriousness of this kind of boom to others that in a hadith in Bukhari Muslim he said some are some as though full Omar to Yom Yom

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wrongdoing, meaning to others will be from. From the darkness. Yeah. Yeah. On the day of judgment meaning from for the person who's done wrong in valamar to North Korea.

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And then he says In another Hadith in Bukhari Muslim, in Allaha, la Yom Lee, live volume had that event after that all lamb you flit from Matera. Surely Allah the prophesy, Salam said, as given respite to the to the zalim, the wrongdoer, the perpetrator of any kind of wrong, and I use the word wrongdoer rather than tyrant or think that sometimes people remove it from themselves and think just of a tyrant king or a ruler or a dictator, or a savage person and the thing well, it doesn't apply to me actually applies to all of us this. Yeah.

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Surely Allah has given respect to the volume until

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he seizes him. Yeah. And when he sees his emblem your faithful he will never release him. So Nakara then the prophets on recited from the Quran, from Surah 11 verse one zero to work a valley get work as early as do Rob bigger either alpha l pura where he of all EMA? Well, he has all EMA done in the who? Liam share the the Deus is the grasping of your Lord. Yeah.

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When he grasps takes a hold of a town

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which is full of the perpetrators of wrongdoing,

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surely, surely, the hold Allah's hold is severely painful. So it's talking about punishment for those who are perpetrating wrong

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in this world

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and another Hadith in Bukhari, the prophesy Islam said men cannot end the whole Muslim Mattingly AFI

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file Yatta Hello boomin Ha, whoever has done wrong to a person a brother, meaning a brother him humanity. By the way, a brother in humanity, not the idea that he or she have done brother to a brother and sister of blood or of the faith only. Yeah, so with non Muslim we can do all kinds of wrongs and do anything and it'll be fine. No. Yeah. Whoever has done any wrong to his or her brother, then they should seek for pardon failure to hull whom in half. seek pardon of that wrong from that person for Inaho laser some Medina, Allah dyrham.

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Because there will be not even one Dirham of dinar on the day of judgment that he or she will have. In other words to be able to compensate with. We won't be carrying the items and dinars, obviously, will we? There'll be no money that you can use them to.

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To get respite. So do it while you're still alive in this world.

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Meme main public, your hands lafc main personality for Ilam Yoko Lagu has an add on. Okay. That means a key tip for tourists heartily.

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Yeah. Before.

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Yeah. The good deeds are taken

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by his brother who has wronged or his sister who is wronged in humanity, sister and brother in humanity from his or her good deeds. And if there isn't any good deeds for that person. We've been meeting out wrong, then the bad and sins of the person that did wrong too will be taken and given and thrown at them, thrown upon them. This is a bit like the hadith of mundial, mufflers, isn't it? I've covered it with you before who is the bankrupt one on the Day of Judgment, winds up being thrown in the fire. So severe warning there in regards to doing zoom to one another

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to say something else in that regard

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Allah smart Allah says in the Quran

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and this is to show you the opposite of adult is room and how important adult is the opposite of evil. And that's why last night I just remember besides the last one flood one of the most comprehensive ayat of the

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Quran Allah has ordered

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justice and so on.

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So son is to go beyond justice.

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Yeah, son is to go beyond justice as son is like infallibility here accent

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yet returning a bad turn with a good term that is sounding the one who does that. So it is good to go beyond justice. So Allah has ordered adult justice and so

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here I lost my boss says in Surah 57 verse 25. Law the outer cell now Solana bill by Hina

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Zell Nana I will multi taba well me is

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a hormone kita but well me is Anna. Call me is Alia Coleman. So Bill pays for indeed we set down messengers and we sent down with them the book, the Scripture, Revelation, the guidance while me Zan, which means a scale, which means the balance here means with justice, all prophets and messengers was sent with justice that was there but with the message of belief in one God that's where the just starts to realize I'm believing one God and worshiping everything else on justice is built on that isn't it? And why? What was the purpose Lee here Leah Coleman and Leah Pullman NAS this Lee is the Lee lamb Illa The purpose for why they were sent with this MISA and justice is Lea

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former NASA so that human beings could stand upon bilkis on justice

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on justice, which is opposite to one.

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Another verse Allah so Allah says in surah seven verse 29 is for you to make note of who am Aurora be bilkis Joakim who would you have come in that will lay Masjid say My Lord has ordered me to be just and there's many many examples in the Quran of justice in opposition to resolve

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interestingly, remember I said the the rise of ministers two types of boom even manzara Bozo adds the third time which is good actually and I agree with it, which

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it could be included in the second one from Roger which is the volume between human beings really could be between creation which would cover the rest but to bring it out separately makes it more relevant important and that's the says the third type of volume is the Zoom done with creatures other creatures besides human beings and the creation the environment all around animals constantly environment. How relevant is that brothers and sisters? Yeah. And how little we bring this out. And the Quran is sunnah replete with with our responsibility as well afar on this earth. Yeah.

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Looking after not doing wrong to between us or Allah, not doing injustice and wrong to one another and to animals. And we know I've mentioned many examples in the past about a dog and a cat. Yeah.

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Somebody's going to paradise or to hellfire because of how they treated them.

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And the same in regards to the environment and what people have done over the last few centuries in neglecting and in damaging it and destroying it and the consequences of that are coming now with the idea of this global warming etc.

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So I'd like I like that that

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covers the third aspect of it. Now

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imams are also masons, a Hadith from our Bible, don't doubt also a CG Stanny and also the compilation of Abu Dhabi plurality, who's a separate Muhaddith.

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And this hadith, Imam Albani said is Hassan, whereas

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my teacher,

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Shadow RJ said it is very weak.

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This hadith in it mentions that the prophesied some report to have said azul, Mo Salah Fatone that the wrongdoings of free kinds lie yet Roco hola who one that Allah will not leave

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yet will not leave aside was olam a young Pharaoh,

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young Pharaoh and a wrongdoing which he'll forgive was on liat Pharaoh wrongdoing which you will not forgive. For Amazon Allah de la eufa. As for the zoom a wrongdoing that will not be forgiven. What is it?

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Sharif, you're also a work.

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I think somebody said it shook

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which I said earlier.

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And he said law yet federal law who? Yeah, for sure client federal law who has for sure Allah will not forgive it? Well, Amazon Allah the youfor as far as the zoom that will be forgiven or can be forgiven? What is it for zoom? We'll add FEMA Boehner who have been around

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doing that is between him. That is that can be neglect of fasting neglect of prayer. Yeah, looks like love may forgive, you know,

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in that regard, because that is between us the bad our worship. Yeah, that's what it's talking about between us and Allah subhanaw taala

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why Amala de la Utrecht. As for the whole wrongdoing that will not be put aside for pasta Allah who focus on La who Baba whom member. The other type of them, that Allah smart Allah will

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be, basically compensate between them. And that's what mentioned to you the other Hadith meaning it will be judged on the Day of Judgment. If you've not seen a secant forgiveness, and the person hasn't forgiven you in this world, then it will be recompense in the hereafter. Yeah.

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These are these evil even though it is very weak. You can follow the opinion of Cheryl Barney the idea is very correct. Yeah. The ideas are elsewhere in

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in a hadith that I've mentioned already there in the Quran, these ideas. And to add further to it

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further to what I was saying before, in the Hadith in Bukhari Muslim

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in Ahmed as well, which is authentic the prophesy Islam says that will that autonomous bloom Yeah, beware of the dua of the one that has been wrong. Yeah. We're internal Kathy Ron, in one of the reports it says even if he or she is a disbeliever in who lays Duna who hijab because there is no screen between that rather than making and with the Lord. So if you're the perpetrator of wrong to such to any person Yeah.

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Then be careful Be warned. Be warned there is no barrier

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and another Hadith in Sahih Muslim the prophesies that I've said in no looks at been in the last surely though the upholds holders of justice before Allah will be Allah Manabi new will be on a throne Smith of light of new and Yemeni rough man on the right side of the Most Merciful Yeah, were killed Taya de he Amin on in this hadith is famous. You might have heard this that both of the hands of Allah are right hands.

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Yeah, impossible to explain. Yeah. Or to understand. Yeah. So we just leave it at what the text says. I Lavina Yeah, they will not be hooked me him. What Lee him one. Well, lo, those who Yeah, dealt justly. Were on what they were rolling and amongst their families and whatever they were responsible for. made responsible for they were just in regards to in regards to that.

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Still talking about

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Allah subhanaw taala says about our level of justice

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Look at the level there's justice out there,

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which can be through human nature you can understand to be just but the level of justice that Islam brings takes it to a different level. Allah Samantha says in the Quran, where Allah your iman omission, no Pohlmann

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de Liu he Liu who are affordable Taqwa do not let a hatred

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of of people

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here make you swerve yet make you unjust, make you unjust. So the people are unjust to you, hateful to you, they've been terrible to you. And one of these verses similar meaning was revealed for the Prophet SAW Salem, when the Mushrikeen Yeah, who had been at war with prophesy, salam, and out of the hatred, they prevented the Prophet SAW Islam from coming to do Umrah. Yeah.

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Despite that, despite that, despite the war, be just, that's what Subhanallah you apply that to our situation? Yeah, and where we're living or wherever we're living. So do not let even the hatred of our people because of how they've treated you. Yes, make you swerve from and make you do in unjust things be just, yeah.

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prophesized to them said

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in a hadith in

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Sahih Bukhari which is reported from ns, Radi Allahu Akbar, Allah saw by Salallahu Alaihe Salam on sort of a half a volume and almost lumen. Most of you have heard of this hadith help your brother or sister, whether he or she is the volume, the wrongdoer or the oppressor or the oppressed?

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Who's heard of this service before?

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You can stick your hand up. I think it is a handout. Isn't that in zoom that you can just go like that?

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I don't know how to use it. But you lot do. You're all young.

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Yeah, there's one.

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Zofran said it before?

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I don't know the one. My apologies. Haven't heard it. I've just want to stick my hand. Let's see.

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Interesting, you were seeing how it works.

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Okay, fine. A few people I can see ahead. Yes. Very famous, at least. So very famous. So what did the companion say after that?

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Help your

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Yeah. oppressing brother or sister and the oppressed one for the companion say.

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They say how do we help the one who is oppressing? Absolutely good. They said they said well, we can understand how to help the oppressed one. Yeah. So that's how we're going to help the one who's oppressing?

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Yeah. For call Raju? Yeah. What are the Sahaba said Ya rasool Allah also who is a kind of Muslim woman and Surah who I can help when he's been wrong. afara Atia do not consider it that kind of volume and if he was the oppressor Keifa and sort of sort of who am I going to help him then?

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And the publicize that said that Jews are who outcome now whom in Islam prevent him or her stopped him from doing the wrong? And that could be through a dumb essay bathroom on the head with a frying pan? Yeah, so this is where wisdom ACHEMA situation what you're able to do what you're not able to do, whether it's a leader whether you're able to get Yeah, what is nwsc advice that would be the best place so it requires a lot of thinking in its application, or wisdom of how to stop the volume from carrying on doing the volume.

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Turn now whom enough volume to prevent them stop them some one way or the other for in italic and Astra who for that is helping them supporting them.

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So I'm going to finish this today with how to avoid doing wrong.

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For us to consider for ourselves, and we're all clear out with the wrong

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is a saint off to my elderly parents the wrong is leaving something harmful on the road the wrong is

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getting angry and abusing swearing the wrong is backbiting wrong is cheating the wrongest shouting at somebody the wrong is slapping the children the wrong you know I could carry on so we need to think about what volume is going beyond and

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The limit that we're in and

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all of us therefore fall into wrong of different degree. So we pray Allah that Allah prevents us and, and gives us a toffee to stay away from the major wrongs and sometimes the things we think are not major wrongs are actually made the wrongs, much of what we do with our tongues, for example.

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And we're not even aware of it. Many people are doing that kind of wrong to either their daughter in laws or to the neighbors or to others, and they say they think they're actually innocent, but they haven't learned anything

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that is shaped on deception. So first is taqwa. So your relationship with Allah Subhan Allah is, of course, Zoom starts there, doesn't it? If that relationship is fractured, then you're on weak grounds of justice already.

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Yeah, because you're doing zoom to yourself because you're not developing any liquid Allah subhanaw taala, which is the very foundation on which your building is going to be built on justice. Second, is to avoid kibble is to avoid arrogance, because that is the foundation on premise on which people look down upon people, yet treat people badly and nasty with others because they think they are better, either wealth wise, or otherwise, or lineage wise and, and religion wise.

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Will Jasika gets to people. And I think there's so much lucky, because they're dressed in a particular way. And others looked down upon us or they were terrible Muslims. So this is very important, big topic. I'm not going to go into it, but just these are pointers. Third, avoid hazards. Yeah, that is that hateful envy, where you want somebody else to be destroyed and you want their fortunes come to you.

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And force

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the awareness of the consequences of zoom, which we've been looking at already from the various many a hadith that we mentioned, what's going to happen to the wrongdoers on a day of judgment?

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I'll finish with because scholars discussed this and they said

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we'll just come to this

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No, I'll leave it there. I'll cover that in a later part in when I come to asking for forgiveness. So

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I'm afraid we're still on the first

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two lines, but I hope it was

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beneficial and it clarified some pointers. Inshallah, next time, we will start with the next line which says all my slaves, all of you are misguided except those who have guidance or seek guidance of me and I will guide you any question or what we call it so for

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negotiators, I've heard her and again very, very little ask you but especially about Hassard I must admit my weakness. Allah forgive me, but I feel a lot of hateful envy or other hatred for people who oppress our brothers and sisters all over the world. Despite the ability to put perhaps this is not in their ability and that's perhaps my ignorance, but lucky when I hear about my brothers sisters throughout the world, whether it's in Kashmir or whether it's in Palestine, is it Gize for us, okay to feel that hatred for the enemies of Islam? Or should we try to educate ourselves and turn ourselves towards

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realizing that obviously, I was on trial as a supreme judge, he will dispense judgment without doubt on the day of karma, and to just pray for the benefit of our brothers and sisters instead? Because I thought,

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okay, firstly, that's not hazard.

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hazard is envy. Oh, sorry. You're talking about what the, what is anger, right. Two different things. That aspects we also covered before as well. And, and the idea of the feeling of

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have any kind of oppression going on in the world. And you remember the Hadith about the believers like being one body when part of it is in any kind of pain and suffering and there's sleeplessness and restlessness, the whole body feels it, okay. So that's all natural.

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And it's a

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it's a complicated answer, but a few iotas. Of course, we make dua for the way

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We're able to help Of course we do. And we must. And it depends on our ability, what we're able to do the law is the least, because we can always make law here. So we've got charities set up for helping people in those oppressive

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oppression, whether it's through the disasters or whether it's two people oppression, and people doing Hijra or people being under occupation, and we make dua to Allah subhanaw taala of course for that to be relieved and for the perpetrators that Allah Sonata we say, Allah, they're in there in your hand, we leave them we leave that judgment to you. Yeah, some people have come forward with was like, oh, Allah make the blood congeal, make them be paralyzed, so they can't move backwards and forwards. And people think that was the prophet saw some they are not, not the words of the prophets, Arsalan. So of course we pray to Allah will live their, their fate with you in this world

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in the Hereafter. We make, of course, to offer relief for those who are oppressed, or anybody around the world actually.

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The anger, anger, well, what's anger actually going to do?

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latest thing, really, nothing really, of course, we hate what the action and behavior of people are. But anger in itself, you know, we have to think about it, what benefit is going to be? So

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reality is doing various things, what we're able to do making dua to Allah Somato, the right kind of dua,

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even for guidance for people who are oppressors

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to Allah, Samantha Gaia guide them.

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So that's what I would say in regards to that. Hurting people. And then people The final thing I'd like to say before I finish, is that the danger of generalizations and that we in the Muslim community are very,

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very much

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not immune from. So we look at the oppression of colonialists, and we blame all the British people who are living around as a thought they were a colonialist now, and they were oppressing our ancestors before they see just just nonsense and injustice, how we think, yeah, seeing all these, and then we see politicians and what they've done or are doing, and I've seen it with my own eyes in that I've been involved in the community for years and years from the 70s onwards. And then the view the neighbors and the rest of English at work also in the same eyes as they view the corrupt politician or the tired from 200 years ago who happen to be British. So this is This is injustice.

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I could go on, but I'm not going to. Okay, does that pool of Ireland have gone well over my time? Alright. It's Allah Tala will continue next time, and shall refer to as information to go yes, just like location. Should we just do next week, seven o'clock. 10 o'clock in Salt Lake. Thank you.

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Mr. Lamba.

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