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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah he sallallahu alayhi wa ala early he was so happy he married Mr Barrett. Salaam wa alikum warahmatu Allahi wa barakatu.

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So inshallah today, this is our final halaqa until we start a brand new series, the brand new series in sha Allah that I have for all of you which will start not, I believe not next week but the week after is entitled The Tafseer of juice ama, the Tafseer of juice ama. Now those of you who are with me when we went through the tests, the Tafseer of soda to Youssef and you understand the method and how we went through that soda we went through some of the burlap or the eloquence of the ayat we went through some of the history and we try to extract as many lessons as we could as many benefits as we could, not only from the story or not only from the area, but even the structure of the A,

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even the language of the poor and even the structure of the words and their positions in the area. All of these things we did in sorta Youssef and this is exactly what I will try to do in sha Allah with the Tafseer of the entire Jews. I'm in sha Allah Tada. So I encourage all of you to join us for that. Jews ama is one of the most profound Jews or chapters of the poor and the talks about the events of Yokoyama. This is why some of the stuff they said that if you want to know what will happen on the Day of Judgment, then read Sudoku we're at if you want to know what is the state of the dunya read sorta to cathode and many many other things that they mentioned that all are related

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into juice I'm just ama has a huge chunk that just devoted to speaking about the day of judgment and everything that will happen there. In addition to that, just it also talks about the dunya and all the affairs of the world and all the affairs that people are busy with themselves like for example sudo Tila Rasul Allah Masha feri Rahim Allah He mentioned that if Allah azza wa jal sent so that alacer and nothing else it would be enough for the entire oma and all of mankind. If this was the only soda that we had with us today, soda tiller acid is one of the most comprehensive sodas in the entire Koran that talk about everything from the piano, to the dunya, to the earth, or to Gen to

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jahannam. All of these things and just what four or five is, that's it. In addition to that, in juice, ama, there's going to be a large discussion with Allah subhanho wa Taala, his names and attributes, and also some of the pillars of BD for Amen. So we're going to talk about Allah azza wa jal, the prophets and the messengers, the sacred scriptures are the books that we have in our religion. We're also going to talk about the angels, we're going to talk about what type of angels are there, we're going to talk about the nature of the angels, we're going to talk about their descriptions and their characteristics and who they are, and what their jobs are. Are there angels

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with us all the time? Do they ever leave or abandon us, then we're also going to talk about the genes and the same criterias, we're going to look at the genes and we're going to look at how a gene possesses a person, we're going to look at the different forms of autopia, we're going to look at which is more effective? Would it be the Rukia that I perform on myself? Or if somebody else can perform it on me? then we're also going to look at the nature of the jinn shadow the loved one has she mentioned that the angels they were created from nor and the jinns? They were created from fire? What kind of fire? Is it a fire that is here in the dunya? Or is it some supernatural fire that you

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and I we can see, we don't know about? We're gonna talk about all of those different things. And in addition to that, I actually have a large tangent that I want to go in with the gins because a lot of people ask about possessions and they ask about security and magic and how this sort of thing works and how to break it. So I'll go into an entire tangent just with that. So you understand what are the things that people do that causes them to be possessed and how they can protect themselves? And in addition to that, how they can cure themselves from it. This is why even pythium Rahim Allah He mentions that if you were to raise or lift the veil, upon each and every single human being, you

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will find that the majority of mankind is possessed with a jinn and they don't even know it. The majority of mankind have gins in them and they don't even know it. This is why sometimes when you do it, okay, you might find that the gin will expose itself and say that I've been with this person for 20 years for 30 years for 40 years. But the

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I never knew that until one particular action or deed happened or didn't happen and so on. You know, in addition to that in just in the juice, I'm also going to be talking about the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam and his character in response to all the scrutiny and all of the hatred and the crimes that were performed against him. And this is a topic that is crucial for our times. Right now, you all know what's happening in the news, you all know what's happening all over the internet and YouTube with the videos that are out there to ridicule and make fun of Rasulullah sallallahu. It was setting them and the reaction of the Muslims in certain parts of the world, what they did and

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how they reacted to all of this is is something that is justified Is it something that you and I, we condemn, in our religion, all of these things we will talk about? Because let's face it, everyone, it's not enough anymore. It's not enough anymore, that you simply come to a Masjid or a halaqa. And you listen to a lecture about a certain topic, and life continues. We're living in harsh times where you know, we're living in times where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam once stood up on top of a wall, and he looked at all of the sahabas and he said, Well, law he there will come a time when fitna will come down into this world like a strong storm, like a thunderstorm, and it will touch

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every single home no matter where you are in the world. It's as if we live in that time right now, no matter what you are, it wouldn't matter if you're just an innocent Muslim, comes to the masjid does this thing and just goes home, you're not involved in anything. You're not involved in a Masjid or in an institution. You're not giving Dawa. You're not in the public eye, you're not doing any of these things. Yet fitness still following you. scrutiny still follows you. If you walk outside to the supermarket or you go outside to the mall, people will still have comments and gestures towards you and you've done nothing wrong. You're just simply being an regular human being living your life

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not involved in no one else's affair. But this is the time when we're living in this is why one of the reasons why I took on this position is I want to open your minds and your hearts to these issues. Now, some of the contemporary issues that are happening around us, but instead, don't get me wrong, you never you're not going to hear me say to you that it is wrong to do this. But people are just busy with themselves in let me study a book of the scholars. Let me study albarino Let me study bluehole moron, let me study and they restrict themselves to just that alone, and they forget what is happening around them. They lose sight of it. And let me tell you why this is so important.

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Number one, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam even though Allah azza wa jal kept teaching him the poor, and he was always aware and involved with the affairs that were happening around him. Every single day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would wake up, he would pray his Salatu will fetcher and after Salatu will federal he will sit down and he would talk to the companions every day. This was his routine, he would speak to the companions and give them a lesson or tell him something a dream that he had or speak to him about some something that was on his mind. Then the companions would disperse, they would go out, they would go out in the marketplace, they would go

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out in their jobs and the Prophet sallallahu it was something would walk through the Marketplace. Why is he doing that? He's walking through the marketplace to see what is the affair what is the status, what's happening to the people around him, he wants to know his oma he wants to know the nature of their business and their love their lifestyles, and if they need any help, if they're struggling, if there's problems, and this is what he would do up until vote, and then vote of time, he would take a small rest of about 15 to 20 minutes, and then he would continue with the rest of the day. And this is how he lived. He never just restricted to himself we just are in and that's it.

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Part of it is also understanding the dunya and how it works and what's happening around you. This is why shall we say me and Rahim Allah has a book that is titled key tabular in. In it he talks about all of these different tangents that knowledge is not only restricted to the shed era, this is the best knowledge This is the pinnacle of variable. This is the knowledge that you can never live without. But it's not the only knowledge usage, restrict yourself to but rather shape or theming goes into a hugely dedicated he dedicates a large portion of his book, just talking about students who go out to university and college, what you should study how you should study it, share what they

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mean even encouraged a student of knowledge, a tolerable aim, that you are never a complete student of knowledge unless you understand the dunya and how it works. And he encourages students that if you have the capability to go out and

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to a university and study something, so that way you have the best of two worlds. And if you look at the LMS they've been doing this from since the beginning of time. Mmm and no real rahimullah, even though he was a classic or a master in Hadeeth. He was also known to be a doctor. He knew the body he was in he was a master in medical sciences. shefali urbania Rahim Allah many of you know, not only was he a more Hadith, but he also was a technician. And he used to repair watches and radios and Walkmans and things like that used to look after all of this electronic equipment and had his own business, Imam Abu hanifa, the same thing, he was a merchant, a medic used to sell perfumes, a

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medic, one time, he was also involved in a certain trade where he would sell it was like a contractor, he would sell different lumber and parts and materials that you would use to build your homes. During that time. Every single alum or scholar never restricted their learning only to Islam. But they also took with that learning the dunya and everything around them, ask any scholar, is it permissible to do this, any scholar you want, and they will encourage you to do so. Because many of the arola they do this themselves. So why do I mention all of this, really, and truly, this is not the topic that we're talking about. But this is just a brief sample or introduction to our next

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halaqa be isn't in the Tafseer of juice Rama. In addition to that, I know I've said this before, but this time, I'm going to not implement it, I'm going to enforce it on those attendees here. When we study the Tafseer out of juice ama I encourage anybody you notice that whenever you hear about the halaqa it's always bring the youth bring the you this halaqa is not designed just for the youth alone. This halaqa is designed for the entire community. So anybody who is here, I encourage you to do whatever you can to write as much as you can with me, I don't want this to just be your evening halaqa where you come and you sit down and you listen for an hour or whatever the case is. And then

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you go home and you remember only 3% of what was said because this is not going to be relevant. This is not going to be seeking knowledge. This is just going to be okay, well he's doing a halaqa let me just chill and relax and maybe I'll learn something maybe I'll take one point from him. But no these series are designed that we can progress and inshallah one of the intentions that I have here. Once I've now that I'm on board in the masjid one of the intentions that I have is I would like to insha Allahu taala with the tofik of Allah subhanho wa Taala is I would like to go through an entire Tafseer of the entire Quran, I want to go through the Tafseer from Surah Al Fatiha all the way to

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sutra to nurse because really and truly there does not exist. One collection of audio that you can listen to on the Internet of a tough suit of the poor and in English. There doesn't exist anything like this we have an English to see of the poor and in a book form. We have the Arabic in hundreds, but we don't have and we also have the Arabic Tafseer of the Quran in lecture forms on the internet. But we don't have anything like this in English. And can you imagine that's a huge setback for the English speakers around the world. So myself and many of you know shefa Naveed, who lives in Calgary as well, we both teamed up with this project. And we also have other show you that will be taking

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part in it occasionally like brother Yeah, Ibrahim shall he has called the and so on, all of us have joined together to make this a project for ourselves and we each are taking portions of the poor n that we were comfortable with that material we've already prepared and then this is how we will go after I finished just on the insha Allahu taala all of this material will be posted and it will be there for the entire world and this is our intention behind it is that we want this English material to be there and inshallah after that I will continue from sorta till Fatiha and then work my way to sawtell Baccarat and occasionally I may skip a particular surah and come back to it just simply

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because maybe I need more time to prepare, prepare, prepare that particular material. So maybe after Baccarat I may go to certain Nisa or pseudo tilma EDA and so on. So tell me that by the way, I shadowed the lawanna she had the opinion just like me, I'm a chef he had with soda. thalassa she said that everything you want to know about your life is found in soda telma either. It's the sort of cam it's the sort of rulings about your lifestyle of what you should eat, what you shouldn't eat, how you should live and how you should speak and talking

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Character everything to do with the rulings and fit of Islam is found in solo telemarketer. So these are some of the things that we want to go through. So 10 Nisa scholars, they titled it the the family surah it's the surah that talks about everything you need to know about the family, how to build a family, how to build a relationship, how to distribute your inheritance, how to, you know, have a good relationship with husband and wives and children, how to raise them from mum from childhood to youth to adulthood, and how to take care of them even after they're buried and what's the relationship and all of these different tangents all are mentioned in the sutra of the family

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sorta Nisa. So this is some of the things that we have planned in sha Allah, Allah. So once again, I encourage all of us here to come out to these halaqaat but take them seriously, when I say take them seriously really come focused, because the lot of the things that we will unload to you are things that not are just restricted to your time here, but are things that we want you to have some kind of upliftment in your life, some kind of upliftment with yourself and your family and your children and all those around you. Having said that,

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let's get to the topic of this evenings halaqa this evening's halaqa insha, Allah hota alum I dedicated to a particular story, a story that many of you have heard, but many Muslims don't study this story in depth. They don't study it in detail, but it's just something occasionally you hear about it. It is none other than a story of a great prophet of Islam, a story that begins Once there was a time when the angels they were sitting in the agenda, and they were discussing who is the greatest human being during that time. This is before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came. So one of the angels they said, the greatest prophet or the greatest human being is a you body, his

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Salaam, and the rest of the angels. They agreed and this, this narration is narrated in Bahati, and the rest of them they agreed. Eventually, when a police heard a police overheard this conversation and heard how the angels they were praising the character of a tube, a tube was known for his patience and his perseverance and his character. Nobody had patience, like the patience of a tube during his time. Once there was a time when he believes he went to Allah azza wa jal. And he said, I want you to give me the authority that I can go to a YouTuber and snatch away his wealth, his money, everything that he owes, give me the authority let me take that away from him. Now remember Allah

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azza wa jal he gives him this power just to do that alone. He believes he has the authority to go and destroy all the wealth of you. So Allah azza wa jal gives him to them. That's how the story begins. Now uh, you uh, you barley his Salaam is from the descendants of Ibrahim, he his he is the great his father is the son of his help on his help is the son of Abraham. So that's what makes him the descendants of Abraham. It's the same thing with Yusuf Ali, his Salim Yusuf Ali Islam is also from the descendants of Abraham, and he is from the descendants of his help that son of Abraham. Now we know Abraham had two sons, his help and his marine. Now there were only a few profits from ismar

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eels lineage, but the majority of profits, they all came from the descendants of his help and a tube is one of them. It was said I mean, some history books, they narrate that Eva au body is Salaam, his mother was actually the daughter of the Prophet luta alehissalaam. Now the story begins, as we mentioned to you what he believes he does, it believes he wants to destroy this relationship that a YouTube has with a lie, so a gel. So he comes to a YouTube in a form of a man and causes that all of his money and his wealth be destroyed. A you was one of the very few profits that was actually rich, he had a lot of wealth and strength and power in his community. He actually owned so much land that

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it was sufficient for anybody who lived in this area to harvest from and to plant from and to eat from. So you've already owned all of this. Well, then he was one of the richest people in his time, one of the very few prophets that actually had wealth and money. So shaitan or he believes he comes to him and he snatches all of this away from him. Now why did a police do this in the first place? A believes tells Allah subhanho wa Taala that if you take away his money, you're going to find that he's going to stop

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Praying to you. He's going to stop making videos to you and he's going to stop remembering you he's only doing it as a favor because of what you've given him. So Allah azza wa jal wants to teach a police a lesson is like yeah, you is that really what you think? Okay, fine here you have the power to do this. Go and you will see for yourself that this is not the case. When a YouTube loses all of its money, the shaitan he comes to him and he says, Now look what you're going to do all that praying and that drama that you've done, look, you didn't work you've lost everything.

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A you Bollywood cinema response to a police and says to him, Allah gives to whom He wills and Allah takes from who he wants, and everything belongs to Allah azza wa jal, I'm going to be patient. So a police gets really, really upset, gets really frustrated. What does he do? He goes back to Allah azza wa jal, when he goes back to Allah azza wa jal, he tells Allah, you know, if you take away his family, because the one most detrimental thing that could happen to a person is that they lose a parent losing their child. So take away all of his children, according to some narrations had been cathedra mentioned this in his Tafseer of suicide. And so tell me that you Barney, his Salaam had

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approximately a dozen children 12 children, according to one narration, it was 14 children. So somewhere around there, he had about a dozen children and they were all living in a four storey building that are usually slum built for them one day, so Allah azza wa jal gives a police this authority and he comes back and he destroys this home. All the children have a tube crumble and all of them die instantly.

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Police comes to you, Barney, he says, and says to him, You lost all of your money, all of your wealth, and now you've lost all of your children, all of your family is gone. Your prayer is not working for you. Your doors are not working for you, this Vicar is not working for you. And I want to pause here for a moment. When you look around this world today, what is happening with Muslims, and how we're always being pointed at and all of the problems and issues that we go through. It's very easy for one to think and saying that may be my Dora's. And my prayers are not answered, unfortunately. Alhamdulillah it is a minority but the point is, is that it does exist, where Muslims

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they actually leave Islam because of this reason, because they would be making every single day Oh Allah cure us from the enemy or Oh Allah cure us from this huge problem. And they don't see an immediate response. So what do they do they leave Islam. This goes against the whole fundamental principle that we have in believing that Allah azza wa jal says, that He will answer us but never does Allah say in the poor and when he will answer you, Allah guarantees he will respond, but he never ever mentioned when and how he will respond. Because why we as Muslims, part of our faith is that we believe and we have that Amen, that Allah azza wa jal always knows best for us. And this is

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why you see in sorbitol, Bukhara and Surah Nisa, Allah azza wa jal saying what I saw and Takahashi and wha hoo ha uralic Omarosa and to hibou Zhang Hua Hua Shan Hola, como la jolla, Allah into glatter lemon, Allah so it just says in the Quran, sometimes you think that something is good for you, but I have placed so much bad and evil in it. And sometimes you may think that something is bad for you, but I have placed so much good in it. How does a luck clarify this? I know what Lahu yalom onetoone lateral mo and you will never know. I have the knowledge and you won't know. It's just like when you go to a dentist you ever noticed when you go to a dentist and the dentist says I'm going to

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place this big huge needle in your mouth so that I can numb your teeth. And then he'll start to work on your teeth or extract and do that. Why does he do that? He does that so that you don't feel any pain? But look at the reality of this. Does a needle the size of like your arm, you know it's a huge needle. Does that actually look like something good into your into your eyes? No. But Allah has placed good in it. Because when your your mouth is numb, you don't feel any pain anymore. It's just like when a doctor says we need to amputate your arm because you have cancer.

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In and of itself. It looks horrific. But when he amputate your arm that prevents the rest of your body from spreading with cancer.

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Sir. So this way you can continue living a healthy life. So this is the whole reality. And this is what a you value Salaam has in his life already. So now he loses his wealth, he loses his family, what's his response to a believes? He says to a police, sometimes Allah gives. And sometimes Allah takes I will always have my trust with Allah as so agenda. And that is the attitude that every Muslim should have, especially in our times, especially when these cartoons are being pumped out. Especially when these videos are being pumped out, ridiculing and scrutinizing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam just a side point. This is not the first time this has happened. This is

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not the second time this has happened. This is not even the 100th time this has happened. This has been happening for centuries for decades, people generations will come and say the worst of the worst against our Rasulullah sallallahu arley he was sending them. But I want you to keep in mind

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the same anger that I've mentioned to you in salt Baqarah Allah azza wa jal tells you sometimes you may think that something is terrible, but Allah may have placed great good in it. After 911 What happened to the Muslim world, it continued to grow by the 1000s. Every single day, until today, I met a dairy A long time ago, I don't want to mention his name. But he was well known for his Dharma to non Muslims giving the Shahada anywhere and everywhere. At that time, he had given 15,000 Shahada in his lifetime. 15,000 people accepted Islam from him. So we sat down myself and a group of brothers, we sat down and we asked him, you know, how do you do this? Or, you know, what's your

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style? And what's the secret behind all of this? He says he has no secret. But there is one thing that he noticed that was profound in his Dawa, he said, even though I've given 15,000 Shahada in my life, maybe 10,000 of those shadows came after 911.

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After that point, that's when most of the shadow has happened. So you never know where these cartoons in these videos. You never know where these are going. what's what's a loss plan, because this stuff doesn't happen unless Allah says confocal unless Allah decrees that these things should happen. So you just never know that there could be something great that will come out of this. But right now, things just look upside down in front of our eyes. And of course, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to bring ease to all of this for us. Let's go back to you Marley who seldom loses his money, loses his family, two most important things you need to survive. But there's one more thing

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left. Now he believes when he hears this response, he gets even more frustrated. What do you think he does, goes back to Allah azza wa jal for the third time, and says, surely, if you take away his health, that's, that's going to be the bucket. That's going to be the point that's going to be the thing that's going to turn his whole life around, take away his health, make him weak, make him sick, give him cancer, do whatever, destroy that. Now he won't have his money, he doesn't have his family and now he won't have his health. He is destined to be doomed. So Allah says, fine, I give you authority over his body over his health. Allah doesn't say I give you authority over his soul or

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over his heart.

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This is something completely separate. But Allah says I give you authority to make him weak, so it pleases happy. Finally, now he's got the the key goes back to you barleys salaam causes him to become so sick in a theater mentions a narration that I used was so sick, that there were only two things that were working in his body, his heart and his tongue. Everything else there was a problem with it. Every single thing there was afflicted with some kind of pain or disease. So he remained in bed, couldn't even walk couldn't move. Now remember a uvalde silom is married. So he has this wife. And even though a Ube he loses his health now he still perseveres, he still wins over a police. He

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still wants to be patient and he's still happy. So look what a police does next. Here's the fourth tactic it believes cannot if the shaitan cannot get through to you. The next step is to get through the people who are closest to you. This is the methodology of shaitan. If your email is so strong that shaitan can work his influence on you the next step, go to your wife

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Go to your husband, go to your children, go to your mother, go to your father, go to the people who are surrounding you, and see if that works. So what does the police do? comes in the form of a beautiful, handsome man to the wife of a tube. And he comes to her and he says, What happened to your husband? What happened to that strong, powerful husband you had, he was rich. He had a great family and he was strong, and he was handsome and he was healthy. Look at him. Now he can't even move, he can barely talk. He can do anything for himself. So what do you think happens to the wife of a you? She becomes weak? And she goes back to a unibody his salon and she questions him? She

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starts to question him, he says to him, how long are you going to let this go on? Look at all the things that you've lost. How long are you going to allow this to continue? So are you Bali is Salaam? He looks at her? And he says, How long have I been healthy in my life? Meaning How long has he had the pinnacle of his strength and his health, the pinnacle when he was at his peak? So the wife responds and said, For about 17 to 20 years of your life, you have been the strongest? So I you bodyslam says How long have I been in the state that you see me in this very moment? She says to him, you have been like this for approximately seven years.

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And a you responds and says, Well law, he I am ashamed of myself, that I will go back to a lot ask him to cure me. Because the amount of years that I am sick is nowhere close to the amount of years that I've been healthy. So I will stay and I will remain and be patient with this. And he actually got very upset at his wife and says from this day forward, I mean, it's all it's a pretty explicit Howdy, howdy there's mentioned and and we'll set up Mmm, I met and you said to her, I will never take anything from you after this date. don't serve me I'm not eating your food. And just leave me alone. He was very upset about this questioning the color of Allah silica. Again, let's step back

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for a moment. Here. One of the lessons you get from this part of the story is that whenever you choose a spouse and this is of course for our Shabaab and our teenagers, those of you who inshallah are very close to getting married. You always want to choose a spouse that is supporting to you through thick and thin through the rough times and through the easy times. You don't want what the Arabs they would not wouldn't say the Arabs with what some of my Saudi friends back in the days they used to call this. They say that you don't want the picture frame wife. I mean, what's the picture frame wife and he one one on one friend, he says to me it goes, just imagine you have your spouse at

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home and, and she's just relaxing on the chair watching TV. It's like she's just sitting posing in front of a camera taking a picture. So you don't want that kind of a spouse you want this the spouse that will work with you that will support you. When you fall that spouse will fall down with you. When you get up that spouse will be there to get you up. When you fall they will be able to lend their arm and the same thing back and forth.

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Guys, we see this right from the very beginning of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam you guys all know the story of Khadija Ile de la Juana. You guys all know the story when he gets the first revelation. Who does he run back to when he's when when Jubilee and Ali Hassan comes and squeezes him and says to him a crowd read and he says man, I'd be party and I can't read. I'm illiterate I can do this. And he gets scared from all of this. Who does he run to? doesn't want his aunt or his uncle or his friend or whoever he goes back to his wife. He goes back to his wife for comfort. This is why some of the scholars they say even our best he mentions that a and sorbitol buckroe an ally

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so it just says whoa Nelly Best of luck on one to many Barcelona. She's a garment for you. You are a garment for her. Listen to the wording of the ayah. Allah starts off by saying she is a garment for you. Before he says that you are a garment for her. Allah addresses the woman first that she is a garment for us before we're the garment to her. Even our best says that we need them more than they need us. It's such a profound benefit that you get out of this idea that we need our wives for that kind of comfort and protection more than they needed from us. So you know, from this story here, you clearly see that you always want to have that spouse, that husband that wife that will protect you.

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And the number one responsibility of a husband to his family and to his wife is protection. This is why Jacobo alayhis salam

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When he hears his son use of, oh I saw 11 stars and the sun and the moon all prostrating what's the first thing he says? He says la toxin Rukia Corolla a hottie cafe a key du Lac Akita. He says, Don't go and tell your brothers about this dream because they're going to be jealous of you. What does the father do here for his son, he protects his son. He doesn't want jealousy to come on him. He wants only good for his son. So that's the first thing that he does a father's responsibility is to make sure that he always takes care of the well being for his family and his wife. So yeah, uh, you Bali his Salaam loses all of these things. Now, his wife leaves him. So he lost the community. The

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community thought that he was cursed. He lost his money, wealth and children and his wife. So they thought he was cursed. So the whole community left him as well. Imagine the whole picture now. Just Just picture this in your head right now. Uh, you barely see them sitting on a wooden bed by himself in an entire neighborhood. All alone. Imagine you just living in North York. Are you living in Mississauga? But you're the only person living there that's a you bodyslam no doctors no help no police nothing just him alone on this bed. And no one that he can cry out to to help. So what does he do? What's the What does a YouTube do in a situation like this? What a YouTuber is not

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and neither knee Miss sending a doodle. One of hamoed rahimian sorta tell NBA Allah azza wa jal tells us what does a YouTube do here. The first thing he does is he calls on Allah, what are you but if nada raba a YouTube, he calls upon a lot, so agenda, but listen to the wording of the A and I really want you to pay attention to this. Listen to the wording of how you speaks to Allah. The first thing he says is a nice message sending a daughter a pain and a torment came upon me. You notice a huge doesn't ask, Oh Allah cure me. He doesn't ask for anything. He just says, some pain came on me. So that's the first thing he doesn't ask for nothing. The second thing is a you doesn't

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say Oh Allah, you have sent this pain upon me. He doesn't attach anything that is negative to Allah azza wa jal, he just he puts it as though it's the second person. He just says, some pain came to me. He doesn't say from where this pain came from. You just said it came to me. And this is one of the manners of the prophets. How they speak to Allah is that they never attribute even though we know all of this comes from Allah, but just out of the etiquettes of Dora. You don't attribute it to Allah. So again, let me give you another example, sorta to Shara Ibrahim alayhis salaam. He mentioned what either Morocco whenever I am sick for who is feen Allah will cure it. Ibrahim doesn't

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say whenever Allah makes me sick, Allah will cure me he just says whenever I'm sick, so however it happened he doesn't attribute with any negative or evil or painful thoughts to Allah azza wa jal. So he says ennemis cineole Dodo. What unter otter hamoed Rahim in an O Allah, you are the one that is most merciful and most kind. This is how a YouTube is asking Allah for the cure. He's indirectly praising Allah that you are the Most Merciful. But this is indirectly asking Allah to shower your mercy on me. Because when Allah showers His mercy on you, that's how Allah cures you. When Allah cures you of a sickness, in other words, Allah has sent down his mercy upon you. So Allah just uses

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the perfect choice of words what Anto and you are the outcome of rahimian. What does Allah do? festa Jebin Allah *a chef Nam be he mean bow? What are Tina Who? Allahu wa mithila whom lahoma home mahtim in Indiana with the Crawley lobby Dean? So Allah azza wa jal, not only does he answer his door, but he gives him back everything that he lost and more. According to some narrations, it was said that a YouTube he was given back all of his wealth, and he became more rich than when he started off with in terms of his children. We mentioned to you that he had about a dozen children according to some narrations, and this is all mentioned in the Tafseer of suta sod in Eben cathedra

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he mentions that a uvala his Salaam here was given more children than what he started off with. So he started off with a dozen he had more than a dozen Allah replaced all of his children.

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him. Then in addition to that, his health, according to one narration as well, he became stronger than a 20 year old. So he was a very, very old man, just his heart and his tongue was working. But Allah cured him from all of that and he became stronger than a 20 year old. How did Allah cure him? Allah orders a you order could be rejuvelac he says to him and soda side, take your foot and pound it onto the ground just do this hit the ground.

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Now just a side point, unfortunately, some of a lot of them

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you know, progressive Muslims if you'd like a lot of other groups of Muslims, they take this area and they say that this is the area that shows it is permissible to have music and dance to it. Because a you body has Salam Allah told him to take his feet and stamp it to the ground. That means he was dancing are the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim. You know, this is clearly from Toby syllabaries because the context of the a clearly shows that it's something else because Allah explains why he tells a youth to do this and he says have Mota saloon berry don't wash much Rob this here, something cold and refreshing will come to you. So shower with it. So clearly, it shows why he

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pounded his feet to the ground, water started to come out. And uh, you showered himself with it and he was cured. I mean, there is a narration narrated in bajada, that when I was taking that bath, some gold locusts or these insects that had a beautiful gold, texture and color next to it, they came flying around to him. So I was fascinated by this and what did he do? He started to gather all of these insects. And Allah azza wa jal said to him that why are you gathering all of these things? Haven't I given you enough already? So are you bothering Islam in his modesty, he responds and he says, I just want to enjoy the blessings that you have given me. An Allah permitted him to do that.

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Eventually his wife came back. And his wife repented for what she had said to him and questioning the color and the will of Allah azza wa jal, and eventually she came back to him. And as I mentioned to you, Allah azza wa jal gave them back more children more wealth, and a stronger community. All of this brothers and sisters and this is the final point that I will conclude with in sha Allah.

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The reason why I chose this particular story is just to raise some awareness to all of you of what's happening right now, especially in the media on the news and things like that, about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and what people are saying and and putting up about him. One of the greatest, most effective responses that you and I as the Muslim community should have his number one is to always beautify your response with etiquettes. Because the most ultimate attribute in a human being is beautiful, a HELOC and manners, that's the first thing that you want to do. And believe it there are 1000s of stories of people who have accepted Islam simply because they were so overwhelmed

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to see that when during times of trial and hardship, the Muslims they responded with ease and comfort. They responded with pure faith and trust in Allah azza wa jal, so they accepted Islam for this. I know a brother A long time ago, this was a messenger just up on Keele street over there, that he came into this Masjid. And he just happened to walk in he wasn't a Muslim at that time. But he wanted to just find out a little bit about Islam, he comes into the masjid when we just finished Sala. And you know how occasionally in some places when you finish solid, the brothers they meet each other and they're like Salaam Alaikum. And they hug and they shake hands, and they just embrace

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each other. So this man walked in, and he saw all of this happening. He saw the brothers embracing one another. And he said, I swear by God, this has to be a religion from God Himself, that strangers would stand side by side together, worship Allah, then, in addition to that, embrace one another. And immediately after that, he took the Shahada, and he accepted Islam. Why? Because he saw the etiquettes of the Muslims and how they behaved, he saw something that he never ever could imagine. Because what's the reality? If you were to walk out the sidewalk right now? And you just saw some stranger and you bumped him on your shoulder? What is that going to lead to? That's obviously going

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to be a problem. Oh, my God, you touched What's your problem? And then you could you can turn into something huge, could be a huge fight or a huge argument. Why? Because you touched me

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And Subhan Allah in our religion, this is a part of mercy that we show to one another, that we don't shy away from shaking each other's hands, even if we don't know each other. And you know, some handle even the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentioned to us in a hadith That is, if I remember correctly, it is fine. It is found in either the sunon of ebony magia or descendant of Abbey Road, where the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said when two people they shake hands, and their hands shake up and down. Okay, so there's a up and down movement,

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their sins are being forgiven and dropped. So there's a funny story that, you know, when I did this to a chef in Saudi, you know, I shook his hand, and I didn't let go. And he did the same thing to me. And we went out for dinner, and we're still shaking hands. We're sitting at the table, and we're still going, we won't let go. So he asked me, he goes, he goes out of the Hadeeth, you know, and he goes, do you know the Hadith about this? I said, Love Akshay. And I said to him, I'm sure you know, the Hadith Israelis like Allah, you know. So I said to him, so what do we do? It was smashy. You know, he goes this continue. So we just continued, we're hot, we ordered our food and everything.

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And we're just, we won't stop. Eventually, coming from the west I had the weaker human rights was like just

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the right. So I was the one that lead go up in first. And I suppose that I think this thing went on for about a good 20 minutes. Imagine just sitting there shaking hands for literally 20 minutes. But the point is, is that this is the etiquettes that we got to have everyone we must have this etiquette, especially in times of difficulty, for the real, real Muslim, that perseveres in their faith in their e men will do so in the time of hardship. So when you remember Allah azza wa jal during these times, and you remember all of the blessings that Allah gives you. And you remember that all of the things that you hear and you learn about your religion, now is the time to use those

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and practice those things. So in sha Allah, when you see these things that are being written these articles, these statements, some of the Muslims in other parts of Europe and in Australia, and so on, that have been riots or rioting on the streets and causing a lot of damage. These are the things that are never ever justified in our religion. We never do this sort of thing in our religion, because this we know is not new. Worse, things have happened to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam when he was alive, worse than this happened to him and he was alive. He was attacked, he bled when he went to thought if and they attacked him in part if the according to one narration he

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bled for one mile and he left a track of blood as he walked away from barf, because why all he wanted to do was preach a Chateau La ilaha illAllah but what does he do? He doesn't say you know, Allah curse those people will like get rid of them or destroy their community. But he says, Oh Allah, forgive them Allahu macfeather alone for in the home layer alone. Oh Allah have mercy and forgiveness on them because they just don't know any better. May Allah subhanho wa Taala indeed shower his Rama and patience Allah home afraid of Allah you know sabato, we ask Allah subhanho wa Taala to rain upon us patience and perseverance in our hearts, in our lives, with our families with

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our children and our lifestyle in this dunya May Allah subhanahu wa taala Forgive us, in the in this world and in the hereafter. What will nafi genetti rubella mean? These are the words that we conclude with what if it were Darwin and in hamdulillah Europe Delilah mean was Sara Marley como de la to LA he will Baraka to anybody who has any questions brothers or sisters, then you can just meet me at the office upstairs.