Munir Ahmed – Session 86 Righteousness & Sin

Munir Ahmed
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of learning from the message of Islam and consulting one's heart to determine if one's genetic diseases are related to their parents. They also touch on the negative consequences of sin and the importance of knowing one's actions and deeds in shaping one's behavior. The shaming of Prophets for chaos is also discussed, along with the use of "has" in the title of the hadith and "has not."
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dunya is funny. So only for a short while, the life to come is the eternal life. And real Knoll

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is the neuro of guidance isn't it doesn't really bless it are we and all those who received and accepted the neural light of the Quran, and that Azula fellow

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who was sent with delight of guidance, how fortunate we are that we have that guidance.

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And we ask Allah to accept from us to forgive us, to widen our customers to give us beneficial knowledge and understanding.

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On him we are utterly dependent and to Him is our goal.

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Already, we had a couple of sessions to do with the 27th but not to do with the mutton and the text was more on the periphery to do with the Hadith itself and its narrator's. And as he mentions, Imam telemovie about this hadith coming in, it's two versions, or three versions of it Sahih Muslim, we've mentioned something about say Muslim Now last session as well. And in the Muslim in the second part of the Hadith, which he has taken and I think says Muslim bizarre, but I clarified his seminal bizarre really is not Muslim,

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more correctly Alikum Islam.

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So that was last two sessions, as you know, quite technical, and some brothers were saying they want to listen to them again, because it's difficult for a member which is fine, it will be accessible and available, it takes time for things like that to be absorbed. You know, those of us who have been studying alone are deaf, you know, we have to attend the course the same cause again and again, read the same texts of the books again and again and revise the stuff for it to read. And each time you do it, the understanding is greater with it. So this is part of the journey of life, especially with technical things like Illuminati, which is one of the most difficult topics to understand for

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even aim. Never mind the general public. So I went and I gave you a brief overview to give you a taste of, of the science of Hadith, really very much a taste are introduced in a little bit about Hassan Hadith, etc. So as Imam Timothy's said this hadith is Huson because of the various chains even though they are weak, slightly hustling Ryrie and that is opinion of many others opinion of my own teacher shout aloud today will have this as well. Is that this is this is his has something crazy and explain that in the last couple of session what that is so acceptable for us to take lessons from it. And that's the second part I'm talking about studies when I say hustling right? The

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first part is is I Muslim, so it is authentic anyway.

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Okay, before I confuse you so let's take the Hadith again

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when I say since I Muslim Of course it's authentic. There are a handful of Hadith in Sahih Muslim which are also not safe.

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But I'm not gonna go into that today. Nevertheless, generally, certainly when it says but when it says Bukhari and Muslim, but Africa lay there authentically

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and this one isn't Cymbalta gonna lie because they serif is only in Sahih Muslim. And the one from inside Muslim is as Imam Tirmidhi says, from a noir signal some and not the Allahu Allah and in the V Salallahu Alaihe. Salam I call L bibra. Personal whole khaolak

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Well, if no Maha caffeine fcwc our character and Talia Lee hiddenness

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that righteousness or is good character or good morality? Well, it has to be the opposite of lbf.

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Okay, I'll explain that in a minute. Generally, the set of wrongdoing or sin

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and sin is a very technical English word. So what what is sin mean? We need to understand before we apply it to a lesson. True, because sin is a Christian based word

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Yes, it's origin. Yeah, so we apply it to L f and then we need to understand what sin is as well. Well if Maha Caffee Neff sick what is what waivers in your soul what character on your Thalia Allah He nurse and you dislike that people find out about it.

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That is what Islam is. And this hadith in Sahih Muslim

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is the version that is being mentioned by

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by Imam another way

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and that's exactly how it comes in, in Sahih Muslim, okay, sometimes if you remember, mom never mentioned the words that are a bit different and we've gone back to the same Muslim founder it's a slight variation but this one is as he says it is the version of the same Hadith

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which is also

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narrated by Imam telemovie

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and he says Hadith has no side this version and it is authentic as he says and I explained last time what Hassan saw he means as well when he mount a MIDI uses it that it comes with more than one chain which is both chains are authentic. So that's why he uses a word has an assertion, and then the only difference is as

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Imam Tirmidhi points out, yeah.

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He says

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yeah, okay, so let me just clarify, Imam and never we It doesn't point this out because he says and then the beast hello I saw from the Prophet sighs the lump saying lb personal. Hello. Well actually Hadith in Sahih Muslim from

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a Nawaz in Islam and he says sell to Rasul Allah is Allah Allah Salam. I asked the messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam about beer and FM about righteousness and its opposite. And then he responded saying Albornoz nofollow. You see that this missing from what Imam was reporting? Isn't it? Just saying the prop from the Prophet SAW Islam because he's, he's summarizing, he's not giving you exactly what's there is giving you what the gist of it is because his objective isn't to bring you the chain and every word in its place in mom that was objective isn't that mom? No, was it prime objective is to take lessons from the actual method of the abita text isn't it?

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So he's missed out the bid inside Muslim Where is quoting from where

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Nawaz actually says, Yeah, I asked the Messenger of Allah Salam Salam about righteousness and FM. And that's how he responded.

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Imam Tim telemovie when he reports it and he points this out, you see, he says, and he has a different chain. That's why it's slightly different. He says from naoise eveness some analysts Sorry. Yeah. I know who sat on a stool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Sorry, that's not the one confusing another chain. And the one thing is someone says Anna regulan, Salah, civilize otherwise, someone in the Virgin Imam Tirmidhi presents doesn't say I asked the messenger. He says another man asks the messenger, the same question. Yeah. About righteousness and things. And then the prophets are responding with the exact same answer. So Imam Tirmidhi points this out when he

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gives this version. And he gives the other chain and he says there's a similar Hadith to this. Yeah, but in that and Nawaz says, I asked the Prophet sallahu wa salam. Yeah. Otherwise, he said it's authentic. That's the only variation.

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are we do we get bogged down with that?

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Yeah, did some did Nawaz asked himself or did among us? Maybe they both asked, and doesn't really matter? Yes. Somewhere along the line? Yeah. In the two versions, he's either another person asking and and Nawaz is listening, or no ask just get himself. So that way, perhaps it can happen. It can happen to both the man and he asked

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or it can be one or the other. But what the prophesized slim said in response to it makes no difference because it's authentic the chain, you understand. So it's just technical, but it's notice how Tirmidhi points the different technical difference as a particular they are

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After many says, oh look in my version I've got Yeah, he's saying another man as but the other version which is insane Muslim. Yeah. Is

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he himself is asking. Okay, so just a little bit to show you how they point out little differences like that.

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So the other one which is from why besides the map but Radi Allahu, and that one in athma done and sort of a bizarre is the one we're saying is hustling, grinding,

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hustling, it's a good holiday, meaning it is acceptable. Especially because it's supporting say Muslim which is already authentic and its words are similar. It's got some extra. This hadith

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is mentioned in Imam number we mentioned as G to test from why beside the map but Rhodiola and we'll call that VA visa says Yeah.

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And he

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he jumps to, doesn't say hey, all on the visa. He's just saying the marble set marble jar was set on? Yeah, the prophesized jet fantastic. Ellu annual bill, you've come to ask me about righteousness. rhetorical question is asking. You've come to ask me about righteousness call to you said I said now I'm Yes. Paul. Then the Prophet SAW Islam said it's tough to call back. Consult your heart. Elbit Roma atma Annette la he knifes what what my Anna la hill called because righteousness after saying consult your heart is that which with which the soul Yeah, the soul feels tranquil

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and and

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the heart feels settled and tranquil. It means learn from it manaan while is more the opposite. McAfee enough's enough what Tara that up is Saddam

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al Islam.

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Yeah, wrong conduct or sin is what what wavers in the soul and goes to and fro in the breast.

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is describing a feeling inside the person. Yeah. What in effect can NASA what I've talked yet Well, enough tackiness, even though people people

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give legal opinion and continue to give the legal opinion to you?

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It's still with us in the soul. So it means even though people give the legal opinion in its favor.

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It doesn't say that. It's implied when he says we're in the dark and NASA. What after he's not saying they give it in his favor. But the context tells you Yeah, we're in after prophesize from saying that same wrongdoing is that which way was in the soul and goes to and fro in the press, even though

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the Mufti is giving a mass here is the mostly not the other people.

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Here it's talking about the Mufti who's given a legal opinion even though he is giving a legal opinion meaning in its favor, and continues to give that opinion. This is very important to contemplate what's being said because some people misuse this bottle badly.

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They misuse it and misapplied

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and we'll come to that later. They say same Hadith he said remember that Ahmed reports to in his Muslim so let's go to Africa and get the actual words from Akhmad because he adds a little bit which is

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so enough not why bizarre says who's that the sahabi Tayto rasool Allah He sallallahu alayhi wa sallam I came to the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Salam This is extra okay well Anna or Eid Allah other O'Shea on menial buildable ism in less than L to Anhu. And I wanted dry leave nothing from the questionings about righteousness and sinning. Except that I asked him

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He wants to detail he wants to know everything about righteousness and sin so you can avoid the sin and follow righteousness. So he's saying that there are I want I wanted, I wish ladapo Shaitan that I leave nothing in the gods to give and sin. Except that I asked. The Prophet SAW Islam for Cali so he said to me

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Oh, do ya visa?

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So he said he hasn't asked anything. Yeah. Have you noticed?

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He said, I came to the Messenger of Allah and he's still explaining why I came to us to the people listening to him. He hasn't said it into the prophesied Islam yet. He said, I wished I came with the intention of asking him and not leaving anything in regards to righteousness and sin, except that I asked him, so he hasn't spoken yet. We understand. Yeah, that's what the hadith is explaining. So the Prophet saw some when I came said said to me, oatmeal YAHWAH is Yeah, well, bissa come near or will be set. Soon as I arrived. I said come there

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was no two men who had that. So I went near him close to him, or blue means come close. That muscle to rock but a rock but rock bottom

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or rock bottom rock bottom until my knee touched his knee. That's how near he came a bit like Jibreel cities when they need extra knee. Yeah. And he put his hands on his thighs. But not here. No hands on that. I just need touching the knee. Okay, for Karla farfara sort of Isola. So then the Messenger of Allah Islam spoke further. Yeah, well, Visa

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Bureau cannot test and Shall I inform you of what you've come to ask me about? So he already knows. He already knows. Salallahu Salam This is

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the province says his honor that he already knows.

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Oh, oh, he said test Eleni what you've come to us me call to Iset ya rasool Allah, after Bitney. He said O Messenger of Allah. Tell me then

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Allah rasool Allah ISIL Aslan, Jetta, Eleni Anil Bedwell ism you've come to ask me about righteousness and wrongdoing. That's what you come for.

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Called to Nam? He said I said yes, that's true.

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For Gemma, sabia who sat for last

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for gyla yen cool to be happy suddenly we are cold. This is extra you see you don't get it from the other hobbies and you don't get from no worries, you have to go back to the source. He took his three fingers together the profits are so low and then he poked me in the chest while he's saying this what he's going to say. So he's doing this sitting next to knee to knee to our bizarre he's doing this to website and his art and his chest. Yeah, yeah, and of course we'll be happy soldering wire cool while he's saying Ya visa is just enough sec.

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Or why visa consult yourself ask yourself, consult yourself.

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yeah, hear the words that is stuffed enough sec. In the one mentioned by no way is stuffed the Ahlberg Ask your heart consult your heart, Neff SEC or Kullberg same idea meet the same meaning different words which shows you again reporters reporting slightly different words but will descend meaning consult yourself means consult your heart the same thing is he's saying solo solo. Yeah, then He says I'll bet Roma mathema Anna la Hill calm on which the heart is settled and contained. What my Annette Eli he knifes on which the sole yourself was he's saying knifes which means you feel settled? Yeah, and content while ism and wrongdoing or sin McAfee called Phil Powell what way was in

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the heart? What Terada Duffy Saddam and it goes to and fro in the chest.

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Plaintiff duck and nurse who have talked same thing even if people give legal opinion to you and continue to give legal opinion in its favor, in other words in brackets in its favor. Okay.

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So that have you seen added more to the picture of what actually happened with lava? Yeah.

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And also brings out

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and the Hadith that

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no, we report hasn't got the extra bit and doesn't give you the idea that prophesy some already knows where he's coming from SallAllahu Sallam Yeah. And that's the advantage of going to the source. Yeah, going to the source of the heavy. Nevertheless, when you go to the source,

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you might find the version that never was used is not the same as the one you've come across, because there may be more than one version in the same source because they have different chains. So you have to check. Yeah, because you might have come across the one which actually is very weak or Moncure or, or not to be taken assassin. But the one that's why when I took this from the source, I check with Chef Abdullah, my teacher again, to check that that is actually hustled

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rather than coming to the conclusion myself from looking at another reason saying you must be the single, you have to then double check again, can't just take it for granted always and this must be the same one. Okay.

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This is important when you're doing corroborating.

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There are other versions, as even Roger mentioned it will Roger mentioned this version. There are other versions of the same Hadith which are even more weak or Moncure have fabricated or rejected. Okay. So just because these are okay, you may come across other ones which are similar. They are not acceptable to us. Yeah. So this is just an I'm not going to go through all that because it becomes more cumbersome for you rather than

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there's a there's a chain for example from Abu Huraira which is very weak cannot be accepted Jobrani as well. I mentioned last time report some which have similar to this which are rejected and fabricated, at least they cannot be used, although they have similar meaning as this. Okay?

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So this point that out but doesn't always point out whether they're mancha or fabricated etc. Sometimes he does.

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why is he mentioned to Hadith here?

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Because normally mentioned one Hadith doesn't he mentioned two here, one from sahih, Muslim one from Muslim men, which is one Sahai and one's Hassan. Because the second one is talking about Albert Ellis and again, isn't it?

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And so is the first one. Yeah. Because it the similar.

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Although the second one. Yeah. And the first one is also talking about sin is wavering in the soul and the heart idea. Yeah. But the first one adds to it, that you dislike people knowing about it. Second one doesn't have that, but has the idea of wavering in the soul. The second that we mentioned, the AMA D for wabi sabi, but it has extra in it. Yeah, that even if the legal opinion is being given to you. Yeah, but it's something not right.

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In your heart and soul.

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So let me just add a proviso. It depends on who's hot and who's sole. Is it wavering?

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very important.

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Who's hot and who's sold is unwavering. An ignorant person who knows nothing about Islam and the Mufti tells them and he's saying, Oh, I can't do right. You know, it's nothing.

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We're not talking about that person. Yeah. Or a person who is fast sick.

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Yeah, wrongdoer person. Yeah, and they're thinking themselves Yeah, so they there's a condition when we come to clarify further later on in Salah now

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so I'll bet rule hospital follow

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that bill

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comes from goodness, righteousness and the best definition of what better is Quran gives them a wreath is giving a prophesized sounds mentioning a bit personal holiday.

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Is good character. good morals. Yeah, hello has the idea of good character good morals.

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And as my mother always says, for example, in his short commentary, he says like we've covered already in Hadith number 18 before Yeah, Hadith number 18. Was it tequila?

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Hi Phil mercon Be mindful of Allah wherever you may be. We're at BT Seattle Hasson at that time. Who were Harlequin nurse. abiku. Local hustle. The last part of that belief. Yeah. And deal with people in with the best conduct

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for Halloween, NASA, the whole local that hadith was rife this week, not not authentic and not Hassan. We said that at the time, but we said the idea of good care and moral and character is from the Quran and Sunnah anyway, all right, just because we say we don't take we don't say the prophesized on said that but if number 18 the idea we got it from this study is

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The same idea we got from this study that I'll post no column

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so because we cover some aspects of good character in that hadith, you don't want to repeat the whole thing again. That's the idea of manga when mentioning that

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Al Islam

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and he says that the Prophet says some saying

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that the soul is not content

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and not settled with it. So let me explain.

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Ethem and I have no problem using the word sin for it because sin in the English language means

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any any anytime you go against divine law, divine law according to the Christian version, that's where they got the word sin from, they call it sin

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going any kind of going against divine law Yeah. In conduct and belief is sinful or sin, which is a same idea of Islam. Actually. Yeah.

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Well, Islam and they say is

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yeah, falling into haram

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falling into haram and sometimes they say into macro Some scholars say

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so haram, is that anything do you do which is in the Sharia here? Allah and His Messenger is against what Alana messenger have taught? Or anything which goes outside the boundaries of Halal then you fall into Islam? Or another word for it in Arabic is zenmed.

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yes or no in plural, then but not then it is a difference between the same letters, then that means tail.

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Yeah, and as NAB our tails of something.

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Then the end the note from the same letters if you don't pronounce it, right, you're saying something different? As another? Yeah. Which is a fourth version as another use Niebo means to sin. Yeah. To to do wrong. Wrong. before Allah.

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So that's why so then, and the note is the same as SM really? They're interchangeable?

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Yeah, they're interchangeable to clarify.

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Imam tofi says similar to Imam Neverwet in the first part, that righteousness is good conduct. He says we've already covered it in detail.

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So Mark Duffy also said similar so Mondovi says for example, Alban is a baritone a man watch our man do ministry. It is an expression or a word he says I'll bet of everything that the law giver has made obligatory or recommended.

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That is better

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okay. And he says I'll ism is that which is opposite to that

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anything which the law giver has prohibited you from? Okay.

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I would add to that.

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That not only what the Sharia has made obligatory and recommended for you, but also mobile for you.

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Is that under bear or ism?

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What do you think?

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Depends on you

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intention, but it can become a debate.

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Because if your intention is as a Muslim you think is halal. To eat halal to drink halal? Yeah. And scholars debated over this. Some said you have to actually have the intention, other set as the Muslim, because you're not going to eat and drink haram. The fact that you eating Halal is worshiping Allah as well as the bad. So it's part of Biff. Yeah, it's part part of the, so there's a little extra to add, not just that, which is why Jibon men do obligatory and highly recommended, but that which is in the sphere of alcohol, isn't it? You stay in the sphere of halal, is it praiseworthy, or is it sinful

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is praiseworthy. So MOBA is actually massive area, isn't it? Mobile is a bigger area than wajib and Manboobs.

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Yeah, so it comes under Bill.

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It comes in the bid to stay in Halal is praiseworthy

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to not go outside. So just to add that proviso.

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Man tofi says the when prophesised Salam said that you dislike the people find out or know about it. Yeah. Sin or wrongdoing? He says look what and neffs law Haskell Oh, yeah. That every soul has

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showed any chords it like fitrah has its natural desires, has desires lacking?

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Shaohua Awali. But Allah you hear

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what he's saying is that you can naturally have

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feelings and desires which can be natural and good.

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But when Shaohua that's negative acid, a desire that can be negative. Yeah, can be negative, because Shaveh can be fulfilled positively as well. Let's be honest, and clear. Sexual desire is shallower.

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That's what's in Arabic. But Shaohua can be fulfilled through marriage is still called Shaohua. But it's halal. And it's praiseworthy even as we said in the Hadith that we've covered before Yeah, well, the Buddha I had the comb shot

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sort of yeah in the sexual act of each of you is a sadaqa

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is a charity remember in the previous series, we covered it okay. So Shaohua only becomes a problem when the Shah goes outside the halal field

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Yeah. To fulfill

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okay then it becomes SM sinful Okay.

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Interesting Imam to fee said divided ism or sin or wrongdoing with this description of the first studies of under second deeds which talks about wavering in the soul and wavering in the heart going to and fro, he said that we can be in four situations a person

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with one yo he caffeine knifes were Yakko it Allah nasally mythical Reba Zina, etc suitable hammer he says something which wavers in the soul and you dislike people knowing about it.

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So it has both characteristics as the Hadith mentions Yeah, he said for example, dealing in riba

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committing adultery and drinking Hummer Okay, where was in the soul and you don't want people to find out about it? That's one one state to do with FM. He said second law your peak of enough this thing doesn't waver in your in the in your soul. And you don't dislike people finding out about it? That must be the opposite, then that must be better. And he said that is halal.

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Everything Allah

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doesn't waver in the soul, and you don't mind people finding out about it. He said the third is it wavers in the soul.

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However, you don't dislike people finding out about it.

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So it's the opposite is something wearing in your soul but you don't mind finding out about it. It's

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But he's being theoretical, he says it's possible.

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And he said the fourth category is, yeah, to be complete. This is technical people who say they want to cover every post. What's the other possibility that it doesn't waver in the soul, but you dislike people finding out about it promises and hasn't talked about these two kinds of categories anyway. So he's saying that's possible. And this would be in the case of doubtful matters. Yeah, that you're not sure about? Yeah. Similar to the Hadith, which talked about doubtful matters before.

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So theoretically, he's giving those issues. Yeah, the different kinds of scenarios.

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Generally, if it wavers in the soul, and you're unsettled about it, you're not going to like people to know about it either. That's good. That's an indication that's why prophesize I mentioned both did the image them both together simultaneously, they come together if he's wearing in the soul, yeah. With knowledge and awareness, then you're not gonna find like people finding out about it

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this way ring in the soul. Let me add something though.

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Can be a natural way of being

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a natural wavering? What do I mean by that?

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I mean by that,

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that Allah subhanaw taala trait is on the fitrah.

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Yeah. Human beings, human beings by nature. Love truth. Love bravery. love, justice. Yeah. By nature, the dislike dishonesty. Yeah.

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Cheating, deception. To people like that Muslim or non Muslim.

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You can become so corrupt as an individual and society that actually, you fall into it. And you can't decipher the difference.

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That can happen. But generally human beings on the fitrah by their own fitrah that's why Islam came to fulfill and go in congruence with the fitrah not against it. Because the fitrah itself likes that. Okay? That's why, why do I and fitrah. So when I say that, so you can have wavering in the soul, and to and fro in the chest, in the heart, by just by fitrah by the nature.

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But if your fitrah becomes corrupted,

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you won't be able to you won't get that way, bring in the soul, and the tune from

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what we see around us all the time.

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And you think how could they do that? So most people sleeping around in society now that made it the normal moment? Do you think they get the wavering in the soul and the to and fro?

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First time, second time? And so that's where I'm coming to?

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Not necessarily.

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Because, as the Prophet saw some explained about

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Bell Aruna Allah Kulu be him. The Ron mentioned in Sudan, the top 15 He mentioned it as a black spot. Then when somebody commits a sin, a black spot develops on the heart. If do we do told that remember to have mentioned this before, if the person does Tober is polished and wiped away if they carry on doing sinning however, without doing Tober more and more black spots, and they coalesce together and the heart becomes hardened and black and dark. That hearts now there's gonna be no wavering in the soul and no wavering and torn from the heart. So that happens over a period of time. And that's what we see, isn't it? In society, if you get used to something when you do it the first

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time as Malik just said, it's gonna waver. But if you carry on, look,

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if you carry on doing something, what's happening with the process of describing in the heart that's what's happening? What's happening in the soul and the heart then is there's no wavering. No wavering can happen in a blood and hardened heart, can it?

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We're talking about human beings. I'm not even talking about belief and disbelief.

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Although that can happen even to believers, when I'm talking about general humanity. Okay. So

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For example, sleeping around first time, they'll do it outside of marriage, it will definitely were in the soil.

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By the very fitrah that Allah created us with, okay.

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Second time, it will be less third time, less fourth time less carry on. And then when the society makes it a norm to Blogger about it and send on social media that you slept with so many people, then, you know, the hearts of the hearts have really become hardened. Yes,

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in the write

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a few years ago, and this is might sound like a trivial point, but it's a point again to do with this.

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And you found it more often is that can 20 years ago.

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But last I saw this kind of debate was more than five, maybe 10 years ago. I don't think it shone its head again, because nobody does speak about it now. And it was a head teacher. Have you had teachers saying, Why are we got our girls

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nevermind in primary and junior school, but when they get to

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Upper School, and the girls mature, quicker physically, and mentally actually than the boys do? The girls look like

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physically women 14 1516 grown

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boys later. That's how it is. That's a fact, isn't it? So they were saying why have we got them wearing little miniskirts

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as part of the US school uniform?

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Yeah, they have to wear a short skirt, which is showing all the legs including the size. And under the guise of this school uniform. We've got them going around like this. It is too provocative.

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This debate, why can't be worse skirts under their knees. At least if you get at least if you got a culture of a skirt. Why can't they wear a skirt which comes you know, halfway down the shin? What's wrong with that? It's more modest, less provocative. or big, hoo, ha, etc of course the the

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there's no practical reason at all.

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Yeah, or it's gonna get caught in the doors or it's gonna get caught in this and that there's some tried, you know, in lab experiments and that was the reason why they didn't want some girls to wear scarves. Forget scarves. We're talking about a miniskirt, which is worn usually on Friday and Saturday nights. If that short Yeah.

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When they go out drinking, etc at nightclubs to draw the opposite * very let's be very blatant and honest about it. We brought up in this society we know exactly what the game is. Yeah, don't mince our words. We know what the game is on Friday and Saturday night. Okay, that's why it's warm, provocative. Close the warm not to show that we are not backward people were liberal it is to provoke sexual feelings on the other side, isn't it?

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the when you brought your girl up to be used to wearing a miniskirt all her life as a school uniform. She's not going to blink an eyelid when she gets

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to adulthood because he's already wearing that kind of skirt at school to wear a miniskirt to go out to nightclubs. We'll see.

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That's called getting used. There's no wavering in the art. Right? Because you actually have taken it out of there. fitrah from childhood

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when I was at school

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in 910 11 years of age,

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right. They wanted us to get up to pee get changed in front of each other. Go stuck and naked.

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Okay, and going out the showers, communal showers. So I remember I wasn't the only one uncomfortable.

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Everybody was uncomfortable.

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All the boys Muslim non Muslim, they're all uncomfortable. But they we stayed uncomfortable and made sure we didn't. Right.

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We kept with our fitrah they Nissley the wavering happened.

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No other time wavering happened. felt shy. Give them two or three years. Yeah. Do you think is gonna happen? It didn't happen? Going start because there's no problem till this day. Now they just have any age. They just we say is shameful. Let's say What do you mean? It's shameful can only come with the idea of fitrah

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I say it's in the fifth rise leave as much as they deny.

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But it comes the religion came to confirm it, then Allah sent His message to confirm that.

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So I'm giving you two or three examples of how the wavering of the natural way

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that is still there in children

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has been removed. Yeah. And there's all kinds of much worse removal going on of the natural ideas on all this LGBTQ T stuff that's been shoved down the throats of our children at a young age. Yeah, before it was young age. Then a few years later decided we need to go even younger. To totally Yeah, it's that what's

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it's destroying the fitrah first, then there's no place for religion, because Islam came to go in line with the fitrah didn't. So when you finished off the fifth row already, yeah. And the boy says, I want to be a girl. You've destroyed the Phaedra

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there'd be no room left for Islam then. As you've confused and shattered those very biological, scientific. Yeah, chromosomal ideas. You want to destroy them. It's never going to work. Firstly, there'll be there'll be consequences. There'll be consequences when you do that. Now this idea of fitrah the Prophet SAW slim said

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in Hadith, good see bringing out this idea of fitrah

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that Allah subhanaw taala says at least could see in the HELOC to I bought the phone Alpha mostly me for at that home was Shayateen Yeah, fight that 5g Let home and Dini him

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the prophesy Salam said this hadith I mentioned that Allah says I created mice, mice. Yeah. My slaves, the human beings upright Muslimeen submitting to the Creator. That's what it means. Yeah.

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And then the shayateen the Satan's came upon them and hijack them. Yeah, yeah. And swirl them from look Allah says by Stella tomb and Dini him then he they swerve them away from the fitrah the uprightness that Allah has created them with Allah Allah Allah created them with it. So shall Tina taking them away as a bliss date with other man how

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Shayateen for her Ramat la Hema Hello Tula whom they make haram for them what I made halal Allah saying yeah, what I'm not what I'm at home and used to be cool be ma LM.

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Owners there'll be he saw Paul

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and they ordered them the shayateen to associate partners with me, or which I have sent no authority. And that associated shift includes the knifes and the desire being yet in place of God fulfilling that Shayateen are doing so this isn't Sahih Muslim disagree, saying Allah said I have created my servants with that in the means meaning with the fitrah

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Yeah, and similarly the Hadith which is in Buhari Muslim Kulu mo Lu, don't you? ludwell fitrah every child is born on the fitrah for otherwise who you have with Danny he Why do you not see Ronnie here you might see certainly he and it is their parents here parents means society as well, by the way.

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Yeah, because what we got in society is often the government's in the schools are overtaking what the parents are doing. So they're taking the place of this. So it is their elders or their parents who make them into Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians all it doesn't need to say but we can add to it. Yeah, atheists, etc. Yeah.

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The idea of again, children being born on the fitrah meaning in line with Islam, the Torah is submission to the Creator.

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So they are already they're already primed. Human beings are primed by Allah to receive the message

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of his guidance because it's in accordance with their fitrah that's why Cofer is to cover

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Cover your nature you know this is right because it fits with what you're being created with but you want to hide and conceal it. That's why it's called gopher

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you deceiving yourself

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nicely deceiving yourself.

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So, there is a wave ring which applies to all human beings

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a wavering of a fifth three nature

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okay and wavering on Fifth three nature

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but the Prophet SAW Selim

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here is talking to a believer

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Yeah, who's come to ask

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he's come to us

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or a man's asking about righteousness.

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So when the Prophet SAW Selim says Albin Rojas, no follow

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that righteousness is good conduct, good morality. And the opposite. The same is that which way was in this in your soul? And you dislike people finding out about it, talking to a believer now.

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Share what they mean because bear is a big topic, and next time inshallah we'll go to the Quranic verse, which talks about the and it doesn't just have one word does it? I told them, which I've mentioned before circle Baqarah verse 177, which were mentioned next time, but I like what Shang Wu Tang means said is that a bozo mentioned that he said the prophesy some saying a bit of a rehearsal holo is like the prophesize them saying Alhaji Arafa

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that hajj is Arafa

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Yeah, all him saying sallallahu alayhi. Salam

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Deen on the sea ha. Which we already covered. That Diem. Islam is sincerity.

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Because he's saying that catches more than Arafa

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isn't it? It's not just sort of.

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Yeah, but when the Prophet starts them says had Yadava he means is essence. Perhaps the most important thing about his day of Arafah. That's what he means when he says Alhaji Arafa.

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Same here Alberto hospital. Hello.

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So if the same is saying this is just an expression, to me is essence

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is good conduct or morality? That's what it was full.

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Doesn't mean that's all it is. Yeah, but that's his essence. And

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a dean on the see ha.

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The religion or The Way of Life Islam is sincerity. Because that's this is essence without sincerity. You got nothing.

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Yeah. So similarly, I like the way he's brought the other two, because he's trying to show you that brevity of speech is a way to show you how important good character is. Yeah, but of course, good character cannot be but built on a man and, and the pillars of Islam. Can it?

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That's what he's trying to say.

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You can't how horsnell Hook, good character and been without being a believer.

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True. That's why when the person asking is already a believer has to have us asking. Yes. And that believing heart wavering is very important. Yeah.

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Is that That's taken for granted now. So Hobbes coming to us, look who's coming to us. In both situations. Sahaba coming to us, not disbelievers. He's not talking to disbelievers. He's talking to believers. Yeah. So you have to contextualize that to understand the statement.

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To understand the state, that's why I said you could have wavering, and to and fro in the heart, even in all human beings, from the fitrah point of view, which can change as well. But now he's talking to a believer. So when he's saying here, he's talking to believers.

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Yeah, he's talking to believers.

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We'll stop there.

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think that's all I wanted to say this time. Next time remind me we start with ITIL grip in Salah, which will help us to understand further

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about What is righteousness and therefore it helps us to understand Islam, the opposite what it is. And then we'll look at some of the other aspects of the Hadith in the light Allah.

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Were earthen will determine and you'll have handily laid on the other mean.

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Any questions on what we've covered today?

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Yes, welcome to

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question whether the wavering could be overemphasized by one's upbringing. Some situation where people are

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upset, they haven't been well educated.

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In first their children, something that they feel guilty about shouldn't

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is that also an issue in terms of a wavering but perhaps that might be used to notice isolation of something rather than a

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good question. And that's something I'm going to be covering next time. But I hinted at it to you there is asking can wavering be misplaced, over sensitization cultural baggage that you're carrying? And therefore that affects, of course, that's why I said, this wavering of the heart, and two and four in the chest, depends on who it's happening in.

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And all Amar discuss this because he's not willy nilly. Because you're wavering is out. As I said earlier, it could be out of your ignorance.

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Yeah. Because of what you think,

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is haram or so terrible. You're ignorant, you have no idea because of whatever culturally, most people hardly know anything about Islam from the Muslim world do they is brought up with some culture. So they can have so many misconceptions that which causes problems for them? Yeah. And the problem is they start then being judgmental about the most is using misusing the study.

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misusing the Hadith?

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Yeah. So that will come to I will talk more about it next time as well. But absolutely, it can be misplaced this wavering.

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Definitely. And we need to discuss it further. Next time in sha Allah is under this conditions for that application. Yeah, look who he's talking to. Not your me. Talk to Sahaba.

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Any other questions? Any questions from the resume?

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When you mentioned one like profit we knew already

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while recycling about that question, so it means my boss bye bye when he absolutely. Yeah, one of the miracles and things of the prophesies.

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that's what the heavies doing and that brings out something so beautiful.

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He's got Jabril coming to him. Yeah, talking to him. And he's got up and coming lots of other time but not in the form of a person like in Hadith number two who remember but rest the time nobody else sees but he's talking to Gibreel on Jabril is talking to him.

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some Allahu alayhi salam

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Baraka la phaco we don't three weeks what's happening next week?

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On Tuesday next, yeah, I'll be fine next week Inshallah, but I'm away after that.

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So we'll carry on in Salah rather than our break after Laura

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Baraka Luffy li comm Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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