Channel: Nouman Ali Khan
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in today's hookah inshallah tada I'd like to share with you some reflections from two Ayat of the Quran the belong to SoTL Baqarah, higher number 108 and 109. And I'll start with the ladder idea and then go back to number 188. To illustrate something allows oh just says what people say to the guy and I think everybody here in the audience has at least heard that phrase once before, established the prayer and gives a cause very common. Well not to continually unfussy come in higher energy to who and Allah and whatever good you do whatever whatever investment you make for yourselves, of any kind of good deed that you do for Angola, you're gonna find it with Allah, none of your good deeds
are going to go to waste in the lobby matar Luna will see no doubt Allah is in full view of everything that you're doing. Now that seems like a pretty general and universal statement, you could actually just, you know, talk to any Muslim about the importance of establishing the prayer and giving Zakat and doing good deeds and having hope that allows religion will count those deeds towards something meaningful. And we pray that Allah does that for all of us all of our deeds that are good and small, and overlook our mistakes, you know, big mistakes and small mistakes on the Day of Judgment. But it's remarkable where this occurs. And this is part of the beauty of the Quran,
everything is in a particular place. And if you don't appreciate where this occurs, and what was actually talking about already, he was actually it's this is in the middle of another hotbar. Basically, Allah is giving us a set of lessons. And part of those lessons is establishing prayer and giving Zakat, then it gives it a new wisdom, a new dimension that you otherwise would never know. You wouldn't even know that this is actually teaching you something much more than if you just looked at the ayah entirely on its own.
So what is Allah talking about before, he's actually talking about a very big problem that exists in the Medina in the city of Medina, for the Muslims at the time. Allah says what the cathedral mean Adam Kitab Lo, yo, Dona come embody Monica Farhan. A huge population, no small number from among the People of the Book, really intensely would love something they love that low euro donor coming back the money come from foreign If only there was some way that they'll be able to turn you back after your faith after you've become believers, into kofod. into disbelievers. They are extremely frustrated, meaning the tribes of the Christians and the Jews that are in the city of Medina and
because of because this is so little Bukhara there's more of an emphasis on the Jewish tribes because that's the primary conversation in Sultan Baqarah. Allah is highlighting a feeling that these people have deep inside of themselves, because so many of their own members of their own congregations have now taken Shahada. Now they are companions of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, their loyalties have shifted and this burns them on the inside they desire
Somehow they can get their people back. It actually reminds me of a documentary I saw not too long ago, turning Muslim in Texas. And it was it's almost 10 years old, the documentary now and there was a preacher whose son became Muslim. And they interviewed him and his wife. And they asked him, you know, what do you think about your son having become Muslim? I pray for him every day. And one day, he's gonna become a, he's gonna come back to Jesus. And when he does, he's gonna be an amazing, a dynamic preacher. That's what the mother said. And she said, it would have been easier if he just told us he's gay. Yeah, that's what she said. They prefer that as as abominable, as added to the
Christians. It's not like it's acceptable to the Christians, but having their son become a Muslim. That was a much bigger problem. So there is this huge, huge problem. And by the way, you'll find the sentiment not just limited to here, but you'll find it across families where people take Shahada there, you know, I know I have many friends who've become Muslim, and their families were not religious. They were Hindu, but not religious Hindus. They were Buddhist, but not practicing Buddhists. They were Christian, but not practicing Christians. But as soon as this boy becomes Muslim, all of a sudden their crucifix is all over the house. All of a sudden, they're getting up
early to go to church on Sunday, all of a sudden, like their religious sentiment spark because we have to fight this, you know. So you have the sentiment particularly about who the Jewish tribes of Medina who are losing their congregation tulipwood Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now let's talk dig a little deeper. This is not just talking about any Jews, or any Christians actually the criticism if you've been following the arguments of certain Bukhara is about their leadership is the word Amalia hood. It's the rabbi's. They're the knowledgeable among them and the knowledgeable among them are particularly upset that their congregation is dwindling, their numbers are going down
somebody else's taking their numbers. If you keep following the arguments of the Quran about these people, this group of people they were religious and by the way, before Muslims, the the Islam before us is the Islam that was given to Musa alayhis salaam, the Sharia that was given to musasa. So the Jewish tribes are basically what is left of Islam centuries later. So we don't just think of them as another religion. We actually think of them as a deteriorated version of Islam. Don't think of them as another religion. As a matter of fact, there's a reason also last Allah Salaam was given the instruction to pray in the same direction as them and fast on the same days as them because
we're not supposed to think of them as a separate entity. In the same sutra, there's no other nation Allah does this with in the same sort of lessons. Yeah, you have the vena amanu. Before he does that, he says, Yeah, but he is he, he addresses them directly. You know, he does that over and over and over again. As a matter of fact, there is no yeah, you Hannah de la cafaro. In the Quran, that's direct. It's cool. Yeah, you had caffeine. The director dress is actually to the believers. And you'll find it also with the People of the Book. Yeah, but he is right. There is one Latina, cafaro Latino young. But if you study its context, even that's talking about the highlights not talking
about addressing them on this day.
In number two, Jonah, welcome to Domino. That's India. Hello. But the point I'm trying to make is they're rabbis, I want you to understand what happens to a Muslim community because that's what they were a Muslim community that becomes corrupted and deteriorated. What happens is there are llama, there are llama, they basically became businessmen. They're still gonna be Ayatollah his feminine kalila they sell the art out for a small game. That's the criticism that's given of them. And these people, they don't think of their congregation as a following that they are responsible for. They want the best things for them. They want to help their families, they want to get their young boys
married, they want to get their, you know, their their marriage problems sorted out, etc. Except this is not their concern. Their concern is the donor base comes from these people. And when they come when they have a problem, they're going to come to me for a fatwa. And I'm going to charge them a fee to give my fatwa. And if my donor base becomes less, who's going to come in who's going to donate for my my upkeep. So when these people are going off to the Prophet, there's a lot of checks leaving. There's a lot of paycheck weekly, weekly donations leaving out of the hall. This is a big problem. We can't have this. This is unacceptable. And so they saw this as a serious problem and it
hurt their bottom line. It was actually a matter of his straight business. for them. It was straight business. Has there been any unforeseen him some jealousy that emanated deep from within themselves? There's another thing here that we have to understand about the corrupted religious psychology of those people.
These were qualified rabbis. They studied many, many years to become what they became.
And here comes this man Mohammad, Abdullah sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, no Samia Rasulullah we call him the Messenger of Allah. They don't. And the first thing that look at him is like, this guy, him, he can't even read. Actually they considered the word Omi or be commonly translated as unlettered.
As an insult, and that's what they called him. How's he going to be? What are his qualifications to lead a congregation? Why are people leaving me I have all these thoughts in Taurat interlude, I have all these credentials, I'm around him, I give these photos and they're leaving me and going to him. This is ridiculous. How can that be? In other words that you know when you study the deen of Allah and the Sharia, Busan islamize, also the deen of Allah. But when you sincerely study the deen of Allah, you're supposed to become more humble. The more you study Islam, the more it should remind you of what it means to be odd. And what what allows places is robbed. And the more you recognize
that the lower you become because there's no lower job than not. Right? So the more knowledge you gain, it's actually supposed to make us more down to earth. But unfortunately for these people, their knowledge of the deen of Allah made them feel like they're somehow superior to everybody else, even the Messenger of Allah sallallahu This is a serious problem. This is a very serious problem. And so there's this jealousy in them, how come people are coming and listening to him? They're not coming and listening to me anymore. And there's even a bigger problem. Why can't they accept the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, as a matter of fact, the Quran will tell us that the most
knowledgeable among them knew the Messenger of Allah, and they knew Islam and they knew the Quran, like they would know their own children yahuda Who can I know? They recognize him like they recognize their own kids, but why not accept them? Why not accept? You know, even though Quran actually questions the the the optimism of some of the companions Look, these people know about these people know in G, they should be first in line to take the Shahada, but a lot corrects that and says I forgot my own and you mean, you really hopeful they're going to accept what you're saying? Well, why not? Because if we accept what he's saying, all of my years of credentials, and
all of my degrees where people come to me and ask me for my photo, now, if I go to him, I'm accepting that when if if anybody ever comes to me, I'm gonna say Allahu Allah Matsuda who don't go to him? I don't know. I can't say anything anymore. All my credentials are gone. They don't mean anything in front of those who love Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know? So then, what am I just another person? Is that what I'm gonna do just sit among the rest of these people. So there's this hazard that is emanating inside of themselves, and they now have whatever plans they can hatch to try to bring people back from Islam by the Imani cuckoo foreign after your Iman, they want to
bring you back into profile. Some things I want to share with you about the language of this ayah before we go on, is that you know, I mentioned the word Imani calm, not bad and mental. But the money from the mustard the noun is used. And what that means in Simple English for the rest of us is that a lie is saying that your faith is firm.
They can do nothing to shatter your faith. And that's why the word low is used also low actually is used when you you wish something would happen. But you know, it can't happen. It's impossible.
is a kind of Mr. Mr. halen, Mr. Malone. Right when when something can't possibly happen, then you see the word Low, low yo do not come in by the man, you can go far and means they could wish all they want. And they could take your Ivana way and make you go fight again, they are incapable of it. What are we learning from that? We are learning that no matter what propaganda these people did,
it wouldn't actually ever take away the amount of any single believer among the Muslim community. The only thing that can hurt the amount of a believer is that actually they have something missing in their own mind.
Once their demand is complete, once their demand is set, right, once that base is settled, then you can't shake it. If there's something missing in the demand, yes, it can be shaken. You see. So the problem is never going to be from the outside, that somebody can destroy your faith. The problem is always going to be from first from the inside. If this foundation isn't there, you know. So now, let's fast forward to our times before we finish this I have Why am I sharing this idea with you?
I'm sharing this idea with you because a lot of young people are really frustrated about what's happening about Islam nowadays. There's propaganda against Islam. There are people who hate Islam, they make videos about Islam they have political campaigns against Muslims, they target Muslims they demonize Muslims they write book against them articles against them videos against them, blogs against them news reports against them, oh my god, they hate us so much.
And then they make videos on YouTube things like you know, if you watch this, you 10 minutes and you won't be Muslim anymore. And some 17 year olds is Oh yeah. I'm gonna watch it. I'll show you. And 10 minutes later, he's like, Really? Wow, I didn't know that. And he's getting all messed up. And so because I get emails from all over the world, I get emails like Brother, do you know what the Christians are doing? Do you know what the Jews are doing? You know, this video they made you know, this website they made you know, this blog they made Oh my god, they're gonna destroy a song. You know, they made a fake Koran. They did this. They did and there's no end to what they've made.
And they continue to make. I, you know, I live in the US, as many of you know, I live in the Bible Belt 90% of the radio stations, when you tune in the radio, FM radio back back home 90% of the Christian talk radio, right or country music, at least where I come from. When the Christian talk radio, most of the time, they're actually not even talking about Christianity, they're talking about the Sharia law, or they're talking about the Prophet Muhammad. That's what they're talking about. They're attacking it constantly, constantly, constantly. I listened to this stuff every morning. So I listened to, you know, and they have their so called experts on the subject. And it's not a it's
not a shallow attack. They're pretty sophisticated in their attack. But you know, what you get you started getting worried, man, I better call them, I better respond to some of what they're saying, I'm going to take care of this because you know, we have to stand up for our Deen, we can just take this stuff lying down? Has it been any unforeseen matter?
It is emanating from the jealousy they have inside of themselves, even after the truth has become clear. Now what is the benefit of Allah telling us even after the truths become clear, for the people who have that kind of blind hatred towards Islam, clarifying to them, the truth of Islam is not going to change anything, because they stopped like they're doing all of this, because they're not clear about Islam. They're actually doing all of this because of jealousy, despite the fact that many of them are clear about Islam. That's not the problem. Now, the problem for me and you is that for a lot of young people, we have to respond to local farm. We have to take care of this. What are
we what are we
describing this is a big problem. We need to react. Why don't we do something about this brother? So I say okay, let's let's tell us what we should do. Because he's the one who introduced us to this problem. It's pretty intense problem. And the Sahaba are aware of this problem. It's a very serious problem. to us. They're enemies of Islam, that time their enemies of the living messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi Salaam among their, in their midst, in their midst. This is a serious, serious issue. What are we supposed to do? Hey, let's let Allah tell us in that same idea. The next words for fu was farkle hedayati Allahu VMD.
Forget it. Forgive them. of pardon this. And what sparkle turned the page. What they say in Punjabi motivo Gunny Queenie. Let's do there's no problem. overlooked. ignore it. It's not worth it. That's not my words. That's a last word. Let let them work. Let them say whatever they want.
Until when are we gonna listen to them like that forever, brother. We shouldn't respond to somebody until Allah brings his own decision.
But brothers, they have so much money. They're spending so much. You know, they have so much power. There are politicians behind them. There are media machinery behind them. There are millions and billions of dollars behind them. What about that? And alaris finds himself and he says in the law, Allah.
Allah is no doubt in complete control over everything. Why are you so worried about their media power, or their financial power, or their political power?
Allah is not undermining that the scheming exists. Allah is not, you know, making us blind to the fact that they don't have this kind of hatred. He's not making us blind to any of that. But he's also teaching us how you're supposed to respond. You're supposed to show fortitude, you're supposed to be focused on something much more important.
You know, there are some young people they spend a lot of time on YouTube or Facebook or for Islam, of course,
you know, so they'll watch a video and then they'll somebody will, you know, cursor on the bottom you Muslims are this, this, this, this, and this guy will feel necessary to respond to them. Oh, yeah. Well, you could find we're gonna get you one day. And then then there's like, endless numbers of pages of back and forth because some Muslim kid thinks he's standing up for a song.
Just read one ayah fairfull was for who had a theological VMD in Allah Allah Kohli shankari.
Brother, what are we supposed to do? Just forgive do nothing.
Okay, let's read the next style.
Well, Kimo Sonata, aka, no, no, you should do something new I established the prune, instead of sitting at some hookah shop until three in the morning discussing what the kofod are doing. And then waking up for fudger at 11am.
And then strolling over for Joomla, half, you know, halfway through the hotbar
instead of that, how about you work on it? Okay, Masada. How about you work on that a little bit?
how about you work on the way you make your money because the guy is not just about giving money. You can give money if you don't have money, and you can't you can't give clean money if you don't have clean money. So if you're making your money through questionable means,
then you're not establishing that God just saying you know it
It's just that phrase alone is actually cleaning up of the Muslim economy, the entire Muslim economy, every penny and you know, every pound that comes into your pocket should actually be permissible. If you're going to talk about giving Zakat, why don't you work on that? Well, Kimo salata was the guy. And by the way, this is the starting point, or just slot in the car, there's another football budget slot in the car. What else are we supposed to do? Now understand this? There are people who say that the kafar has such an elaborate plan to destroy Islam, we need to do something big to respond to them. And somebody says, How about we teach children? How to recite the
Quran? How would we teach our young people what the seal of the messenger is to LaGuardia? So how about we take care of our neighbors? How about we introduce people to the message of Islam with kindness? How do we know brother? What's that going to do? The kuffar such a big problem, you need to take care of the big problem, these little things, they're not going to make a difference. What are you just gonna build machines? You're just gonna run schools, you're just gonna teach children? Those? What's that going to solve? So you know, what people do? They say the problem is so big. So we need to think about doing big things. And if you're doing something less than that, if you're
just, you know, in a small circle teaching some young people, or you're just getting some kids off the street and just saying, Hey, guys, instead of going out and watching a movie, why don't you want to just meet you at the machine, we'll just chat about whatever, and we'll go out for some coffee later, you're just doing that your work is worthless, because you know, the Godfather is still there, and they're billions of dollars is still there. So it doesn't count for anything? And how does Allah respond to this attitude? By the way, these people who say we have to have big plans, let me tell you something about them. Because I've gone through these phases in my early years, these
these people will talk about big things forever. And practically, they will do nothing.
Practically they will do nothing, they will sit there and talk about how the kofod are doing this or that or the other how we need to do this or that or the other. But sitting there on the ground. Nothing actually changes 10 years ago, by 15 years go by and then they get frustrated. We've been talking about this for so long, nothing has changed. We need to take more drastic measures. And then they do insane things.
Then they do things you couldn't imagine like what kind of person would do this
now and what's the law's response? What does Allah want you to do? What does Allah want me to do? What does Allah want every young man and woman in this community to do? He says we're about to cut the move the unfussy comb, men hiring, whatever you invest, and I'm using the word invest on purpose the beam is used, you know, in in archaic English translations, they translate whatever you send forth for yourselves, which I don't think anybody here understands. Sending forward for yourself basically means investing.
When you put money in a business, then you don't get the money back right away, you'll get it later on. Meaning you sent it ahead, a few years later, it'll come back to you, Allah is actually telling us to invest in ourselves, not just in terms of the aka, which is obvious, but even in terms of dunya there are things you need to improve about yourself, and you will see the gains of that later on in life.
You know, where do I begin? Here? I want to I want to learn more on I want to learn to say no, why don't you start memorizing put on? No, no, tell me how do I learn everything about Arabic? Okay, well, why don't you start with memorizing the Quran a little bit, give me something more elaborate. I need something more exotic. You need to invest in yourself, you need to put some time in for yourself.
And when you do that, unless has the unphysical min hiring of this minutes for 10 an hour What that means is any kind of good, don't underestimate the good that people do in a community. Don't underestimate the good that you're capable of. And Allah has this man is very, it's a huge mercy from Allah, because the good that you're capable of, I'm not capable of and the good that I'm capable of, you're not capable of the opportunities that Allah gave you, he did not give me and the opportunities Allah gave me he did not give you every one of us has a different set of opportunities, a different set of challenges. And we have to make the most out of whatever life
Allah has given us and find a way of doing some kind of good for ourselves and for other people. And if you can focus yourself on doing something good. And you that you will find with a law that you do who are in the law, in the law habima Dharma Luna bossy, it's such an eloquent conclusion. No doubt Allah is in full view, especially of what you do. This Dharma Luna, you know, is makhanda what's called mocha sauce. Its exclusivity. In other words, especially the things that you people do. Allah is watching carefully. Allies has full view especially what you Muslims, do. You Muslims are so obsessed about what the kofod are doing, what they are doing, what their propaganda is, what their
attacks are, you're so obsessed with them, and you have no concern about what you're doing. And the law says I do not concern myself with what they are doing. I am concerned with what you're doing in La habima Dharma Luna bossy, no doubt Allah is in full view in regards to what you people do.
The crux of this hookah is that on the one hand, the Quran actually makes us very clear about what's going on in the world around us.
But on the other hand, Allah azza wa jal also gives us profound solutions, profound solutions, not simplistic solutions, when people become concerned about making themselves better, making their families better, making their communities better, making their families stronger, and I want to emphasize this, this this point, for, you know, especially Muslim communities in the West, in the United States, in Europe, anywhere,
we have the institution of the machine,
and the machine is predominantly attended by men.
That's the reality of the machine today. It's predominantly attended by men. But if you look at the world outside, the world outside is actually attacking the institution of family itself. Families are being ruined, marriages are being ruined. Parents don't know how to raise kids anymore. Parents don't know even how to talk to their kids. When a when a child becomes you know, a teenager and starts acting up a little bit. Parents have no concept, no idea how to deal with this kid. What do we do? Who do we talk to? Where do we get help, they don't know who their friends are. Husband and wife have a problem. They can't talk to anybody. The problem keeps getting worse and worse and
And their husband goes to goes to work. And you know, the Secretary starts looking more and more beautiful.
And that's what's happening. This is the fitna that's growing. But we have massages that are full for Salah. The machine is supposed to be a place where families find refuge.
The entire family, women have support children have support men have support. The machine is supposed to be a place where the family becomes a stronger institution.
And the family, the family is what makes the machine better. And the machine is what makes the family better. These two entities actually have to work with they need each other. They need each other. Because families need the support of other families. Where do you think good families are going to meet each other, they're going to meet in the house of Allah. This isn't a this is a natural divine institution that brings people together for good intention. It's it's a loss plan. So when the massages are abandoned, or when children are unwelcome at a machine, or when there's no facilities for women at a machine, they're just an afterthought, you know more than half of our oma
and they're just find some closet for them. You know, when that happens, then you know what happens, the price is not paid at the masjid, the price is paid at the family.
Because those women never got a proper education in their Deen. So they don't know what it means to be a mother in Islam. Those kids never made good Muslim friends. Because the place where they could have made good Muslim friends would have been at the machine, they hung out a little bit. I'm not saying you come here five days, five, five prayers a day, that may not be possible for you. But at least bring your kids for a shot. Okay, if you can't bring them everyday, bring them two, three times a week, just being a maker make your child part of your child's memory, the fact that they used to come to the machine.
This is actually something is not small is very big, you might think this is you. And those of you that are working people, you know, this is not a small effort. It takes effort to do this. It takes effort to do this, but you will find it with a lot. This is an investment you're making for yourself and your family. You know, you see the cost of it. But these are the things we overlook. Because we're too busy talking about the attacks of the kofod the things that we have to take care of right now that are ruining us and our families. We're not even addressing you know, this is at the end of the day, this is my message. Don't underestimate the good that you can do on a daily basis. Its
value with a lot is huge. We don't think you know, we don't think it's anything well who are in the lucky I think it's a huge thing with a lot. That is that, you know if we can internalize that, inshallah, tada, we'll see good effects in our community, we'll see good effects in our youth, especially, you know, what we're gonna see, we're gonna see these reports, they have young Muslims who become radicalized and become this or that, well, you know, when you have a proper community structure, when you see one young, young man string, his other friends say, Hey, bro, where are you going? Let's talk and they pull them back in because now you have a community of young guys. And
they're connected to a mother connected to scholars. You know? So you we can actually self police our own community right now because we're so disjointed. We don't know what's going on in the mind of a teenager. We don't know what they're going through. We don't know what videos they're watching or what's going on in their head because most of their discussions are online, not with actually real people. So I pray that Allah azza wa jal helps you and me take this advice more seriously. I pray that Allah azza wa jal makes us concerned with things that actually matter and doesn't make us overwhelmed with the with the attacks and the plans and the schemes of those who seek to hurt Islam.
They are not our problem. You know, hedayati Allahu Emily until Allah comes with his decision, Allah will deal with them. We have to deal with what our problems are, realize that we don't make us truly self responsible.
responsible for ourselves in our communities and metallized villages strengthen this community and every single family in this community. May Allah bless the marriages in this community. Bless the parents in this community, give them the ability to raise good righteous children, ambassadors of Islam, may Allah make you people a good model for Islam for the people all around you that they see you and through you they see the love the Messenger of Allah had some luck when you send them for all of humanity, like through you, they see that this man was on the line. I mean, because the the only remnant The only trace left of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi Salaam is in the soma. That's all
that's left. So we were all worried. We can they can't see it anymore. They get to see you. You know? So May Allah azza wa jal empower us to be able to do to carry this heavy responsibility barakallahu li walakum pickled onions Hakeem, when finally we are committed to ethical hacking
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