Quran’s Solution To Muslims Fighting Each Other

Nouman Ali Khan


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today's football was very difficult for me to pick. There are lots of I usually make a list of what was a about a year in advance about things that I'd like to be able to talk about, that I like to be able to talk about it a whole lot. And when I revisit that list, sometimes I feel maybe if I talk about this, it might be too depressing for people. Or they might get you know, a bit too, they might walk away with too many negative feelings. But then I revisit that thought. And I say a lot of which everything he revealed to us in his book is relevant and important, important guidance. And one of the purposes of Revelation is to remove a hose and to get rid of sadness, to get rid of fear to get

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rid of depression from our lives. And sometimes the subject itself is negative. Just like you know, medicine doesn't taste good. But the purpose of it is to get sickness away to get to remove sickness. So even though the subject matter itself is difficult, and I'll share it with you in a moment, what it is, the subject matter may itself may be difficult and may even sound depressing. But you know what, it's a necessity. And it's something we have to absolutely talk about, because it's a phenomenon now. It's something that we all face, it's something that we've all seen, and it's something that's demoralized, so many, so very many of us, and the subject is the one of when

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Muslims argue and especially more than that, when they fight each other. The worst case scenario when the Muslim is ready to kill the other Muslim. And it's not something unheard of, it's not something unheard of in history. And it's something we see tragically even today. The worst cases of that, of course, is when Muslims are ready to shed each other's blood. But even less than that, when Muslims are arguing with each other, fighting with each other, and even sometimes these things happen inside the walls of a Masjid. The place where we come to find peace, you'll find Muslims fighting with each other, sometimes it happens, or in business, Muslims get into arguments with each

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other, or over ideological issues. They get into arguments with each other. Of course, the internet is a great place for that. So we can fight each other under in the comment sections of YouTube videos, right? Or we can have entire debates and arguments and back and forth name calling Muslims calling each other names and refuting each other. It's become part of our culture, unfortunately, something we've just come to accept as something that should have

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that just happens. What can you do, you can avoid it. And I wanted to just highlight in this clip by just just one if I get to talk about one idea and some of the things that are embedded some of the wisdoms that are embedded in this beautiful idea about Muslims, when they fight with each other, that's the idea I recited to you in the beginning, from Sultan kudarat

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very powerful statement alized always interventions were in thought if attorney minella Makati Mina, extra tyloo for asleep kobina Huma. I'll translate the IR poorly first. So very shallow translation and then I'll try to dive into some of the wording that Allah Himself uses in the ayah. The idea basically as paraphrasing the message of the i o talks about if it happens that there are two groups of believers that are fighting each other, that are fighting amongst each other, then make peace between them asleep avena who may reconcile make peace between them, for him to have an opera if one of them still goes after the other one meaning piece was made and they still started fighting again.

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One of them picked a fight one more time for karate Lula Tito, he had tartufi illa amarilla then fight the one that started the fight again, start the one that revolted until they come back to ls command, which means here until they come back to peace, or they come back to peace negotiations again, for In fact, and if they do come back, meaning come back to discuss and stop the fighting for us. Lithuania Houma, Bill addley will accede to then make peace between them using justice with Adam will accede to and make sure that you're not unfair in the law, how you humble Maxine, no doubt Allah loves the people who make sure that they're not being unfair. That's the rough meaning of the

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message of the ayah. But I wanted to highlight here how beautifully Allah talks about this subject, when in a fatality as opposed to when either when you say in the Arabic language, Eva, there's an expectation that something is bound to happen. It's gonna happen a lot as our gel is telling us that is not normal. Believers fighting each other is not normal, and you should never accept it. Never should Muslims relegate themselves to thinking, well, that's just how it is just because of that word in it. We cannot accept it as a normal thing. We can't cave in.

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And then, if at any, no don't know how to grammarians when they were trying to understand this ayah you see, when you read the English translation, the translation just tells you the basic meaning of what's going on, but it doesn't dive into the language that allows us you know, be listen in Arabi movie hockey, Tabu Sadiq Khan lisanna neurobion Leone Valentina valamar, Bushra mazzini. This book is very clear in its Arabic is very precise, pristine Arabic. And Allah talks about the Arabic being so awesome, so incredible in the Quran, that human beings can't compete. It has to be the word of Allah. It can't be the word of a human being. So every little word, every little detail counts. And

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so one of those details that just perplex the grammarians was, it's actually when you say the word in those of you that are a little bit familiar with Arabic If you use the word in the expected your enema by the Maya, li ha, Farrell labuda mean an akuna felon, it absolutely has to be a verb what comes after it. But the thing after it is actually a noun. So there's a there's a lot here meaning they say there's a verb that's implied here or the sequence is reversed unusually, meaning it's a very unusual form of saying, if two believing groups fight, instead of putting the verb first unless had a fatality, which is a noun, and then he mentioned the verb later, etc. Now, I know this is not

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a lesson in grammar, and most people do here don't know Arabic grammar, and I know that, but I wanted to make this point for just one reason. And one reason is Allah azza wa jal used highly strange, highly unusual structure to talk about believers fighting, because believers fighting itself is highly strange. It's highly unusual. It's not something that can even be talked about using normal sentence structure. That the strangeness of the language is to illustrate how strange and unusual and unnatural the circumstance itself is. This should not be taking place. We're in five or 10. And then on top of that, so Pamela, but if I turn on the one hand, Eliza was really speaking,

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he says any two groups This is Nikki and I sat in it

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is not a leaf laminate by any two groups, which actually means that you and I should not think, oh, what I was talking about believers shouldn't fight he excludes that bunch. Those people they're not really believers anyway. So when they cause a fight or when we're fighting with them, that one's okay, I'm not talking about those guys. Those guys are kofod anyway, are we consider them to fight anyway? We're pretty good at that. When we hate somebody then they're out of Islam. You know, there must not be believe

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Allah didn't do that. And Nikita here suggests that the not putting the left arm here suggests this can happen to any two groups. And then he added, what in five Pattani mean, meaning which is remarkable to me. It's remarkable. Any two groups from among meaning true believers? alike, you know, we in the Quran we say alladhina amanu, those who believe. But alladhina amanu. That phrase in the Arabic language can mean people who have very strong faith. It could mean people that are weak in their faith. It could even include hypocrites it could. But when Allah says, meaning,

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then he means the most sincere, the strongest, the most committed believers. These people are so so praised in the Quran, me known that Allah describes them in this dunya with cards after me known true believers, and we known have already attained success. We think of success when we go to agenda. But Allah says the one who is admin, he doesn't even have to wait until agenda is already attained success, cause

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you know, and

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not even the true believers will attain success, they already have

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one amazing language, that's me, no. But Now in this ayah, Allah is talking about Muslims who fight each other. So you would think if a Muslim is ready to fight with another Muslim, they must not have really mine. These must be corrupt bad people. These must be hypocrites or, you know, fast, corrupt bad Muslims. But good Muslims would never fight each other. But allies saying to you and me that when Muslims get into a fight with each other, the first thing you should not do is judge their Eman.

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Don't say these people don't they don't have human. They're not believers, they are meaning still, as far as you're concerned, because they still have human. And this is absolutely essential. Because if our job which is coming in the next part of the ayah, our job the rest of us who are not in the fight, our job is to make peace. Our job Allah made it our job, the rest of the Muslims to make peace while asleep. And I'll get to that in a second. But if our job is to make peace, and we don't think these people really have human,

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if we've already judged their hearts, then we're not qualified to make peace. Because we already have ill feelings towards them in our hearts. You see, a judge has to be fair, a judge cannot have emotional bias when he's passing judgment. I give this example often to my students, when we're discussing some of the items about fairness. If you have a judge who's angry at women, because he just went through a divorce, he's mad. And he has a court case camo divorce case come to him. Who's is he gonna be fair to that woman? No, he sees that woman. He's reminded of his wife, ex wife, who sued him and he's now living in a garage somewhere. So he's gonna let it out on that victim of Judge

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cannot be emotionally invested. You see, and a judge cannot pass judgment on either side.

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If a judge passes judgment ahead of time, then he's not qualified to be a judge. So long as it was removed from us the ability to judge the man of others, he did not let us do it. So he says what in thought if I tiny minelute, mini Nakata, Rama, who mcdata Lu? How are we known? Even if they're fighting each other, you still say that they are believers. There must be some waswas soft chiffon, there must be some confusion. There must be each side thinks that they're doing the right thing. Maybe nobody sat down and talk to them. You know, in Nevada comerciais Thawne, Allah azza wa jal says in the Quran, talking about to the closest people to Allah, wa coonley, everybody kulula t axon

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in shaitana, jacobina comb, tell my believing slaves, that they should speak nicely to each other or say the better thing because shavon no doubt about it will cause friction between you that IR came to a body of Allah, people that are close to Allah, people that are worshipping Allah, and even they can have friction among each other. It can happen, it can occur, but we don't judge their human. We don't pass it but now these are actually about actual fighting, trying to kill one another. But you know, what, if Allah gave this ayah as a solution for people that are ready to kill each other, or are actually trying to kill each other, then this IR must be a solution for any kind of fight that

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is less than that. If it's a lawsuit, if it's a fight between board members, if it's a fight between teachers in a school, if it's a fight between friends, if it's a fight within your family between uncle's any other fight that is less than this desire has a solution, because the IRA deals with something way worse.

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And if this solution can work for the far worse scenario, then it can work for your situation in my situation, it can work, we have to seek the wisdom in it. Now the remarkable language, let's go back to it again. How many groups are believers are fighting, I'll make this an algebra problem from here on out. There's two groups a group A and Group B, they're fighting us as a data loop. Instead of external data, the pair two groups are fighting. He said, it's like they're all they use the plural form, not the dual form. If you say dual form, it means a is fighting with B. That's all that means. One group is fighting another group. But he didn't say that elata he said ACTA Lu l jammer. And the

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benefit of that is cool new for the main home. Cool for the main home, every single one of them is fighting every single one of the other. In other words, when two groups of believers even when they're fighting, they are not two groups, they are still one oma,

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there is still one oma, you, we don't accept a and b. And all that's happening is Muslims are fighting Muslims, this is fighting itself. That's what's happening. We don't even accept the labels. In the ayah. It didn't even let us legitimize the label. This is Group A and this is Group B. They're all just Muslims fighting each other. That's how Allah described it. So Panama look at the beauty of it. Even when the believers are fighting, Allah does not accept the legitimacy of them being broken up into groups.

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They look at us and look at the word of Allah. Where do we stand?

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Then the expected word itself is staccato Lu Takata followed in Arabic means when two things happen against each other with each other. Takata Lu means you will translate in English fight each other. But that'll be Magna takato. And it'll be Mana takato this word is used very strangely again. If the tan actually means to kill yourself, to fight yourself, and so alive saying when two groups of believers fight, it is like they are fighting not the other but themselves. When the blood of a Muslim is spilled, it is not somebody else's blood. It is my blood. It's not separate. We are one body when the Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam describes this oma Kai just had like a single

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body. This ayah is actually you know, this is furthering it's actually elaborating those beautiful words of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam there is no such thing as fighting another Muslim, the Muslim has to understand if they internalize this ayah they are actually fighting their own selves. They are fighting themselves. You know what that means? That means I have to think about what is good for my Muslim brother, what is good for my Muslim sister, the way I think of what is good for myself. And I will never try to do to my Muslim brother or my Muslim sister, what I would never do to myself, I wouldn't do it. This this is what we're learning in this ayah. And even in the

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ayah about fighting, there's so much love that Muslims are taught for each other. It's incredible. We're in pi, tiny mini mini Nakata Lu. Now let's move on. If that does happen, if two groups are fighting with each other, they're not learning this lesson. What's your job? What's my job? Our job is to sit back and have some Chai and discuss yar these Muslims Man, these people they're just gonna keep fighting, this fighting is never gonna end we're just going to comment on it and complain about it and comment and complain and that's it. Unless as the command to the rest of the oma is what for us. kneehole baina home asleep Albania Houma make peace between them.

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sit them down, and the fighting, don't join the fight and the fight. Our job is to cause or create the opportunity where the two groups that can't stand each other can sit down together. If there are people in a in a machine.

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If there is a quarrel between brothers in the machine, and happens, it's a reality. It's happening all over the United States. You know, don't come up to me and tell me about your story in Houston. I don't want to know I don't know. And I don't want to know, just this advice is universal. It's not based on something. Somebody came and told me or anything, I don't know anything.

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But now when it does happen, and they don't want to meet with each other, well, you say no, come to my house. I'm not fighting with you come to my house and invite both of those people to your house because you're neutral. That's your job. That's our job. We can't say I don't care. So you will be living in a time where we see violence in the news all the time, and bad things happening all the time. And we've learned not to care because there's way too much bad stuff happening. But when in the oma something in your social circle, somebody has an argument a fight. Muslims are not getting along with each other within your circle of acquaintances. You have to proactively as a command of

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Allah try to fix that situation. And when you make calls to both of them and invite them to your house, when you say Come let's just sit and talk I don't want to fight or anything. I just wanna sit and talk. When you do that you are doing an activity bada you are worshipping Allah when you do that. You are sure you are fulfilling a command of Allah asleep Rubina Homer.

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Make a slight fix it, fix it, fix the matter between both of them.

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Now, again, I told you, I have to present this as an algebraic problem. And I have just 10 minutes left, I'm almost done challah.

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There's Group A, that was fighting with Group B, the rest of us are C.

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And see you supposed to make peace between A and wave B. So they all got together. We all shook hands. We said, We're brothers, we lead p previous mistakes go, we agreed that we're not going to do this anymore. Everything's been reconciled. Everybody's you know, happy and they walk out of this meeting. And this meeting is not public. This meeting is not public, it's private. And so it's supposed to be private, because when Muslims fight each other, and they're not getting along, if you hold this meeting publicly, it demoralizes the rest of the community. Why should we bring out all of our complaints and all of our issues out in public? Do you discuss your family disagreements in

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public? No. People lose respect for your family. Our families have disagreements, husband and wife can disagree. Parents and children can have arguments sometimes. But those arguments are held where privately, just like a community is a large family. So when a disagreement hammock happens, the smart thing to do the right thing to do is to actually make that reconsideration reconciliation, privately, not embarrassing anybody publicly don't record it and put it on YouTube. Don't email them, you know, the the meeting minutes out to the entire community or whatever, it's a private matter. What are you doing? You're embarrassing people. That's not what you're supposed to do. This

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is how this law is done. It's done in private, because each side has done something wrong, or each side has certain complaints. And you don't want to expose the faults of your brother in public. It's not the right thing to do. Anyway, privately A, B and C got together. Everything is resolved. Everybody hugged each other shook hands and they came out.

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And Group A, they never said anything in the meeting. But when they came out of the meeting, they say, Well, I don't know that, that. I know, we made peace and everything, but I'm still not happy.

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I don't know if that was a good decision. I don't really agree with disagree. You know, this peace negotiation. They didn't say that when they were in the meeting. They only said that when they came out of the meeting. And then they tell everybody else Hey, by the way, that meeting, I was a total joke. It was a sham. It wasn't even fair. They were biased against us, etc, etc, etc. You see the suit of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, todos al majali su bill Amana

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our gatherings are a trust, and they depend on trust. If you sit in a meeting and you agree to something and you finish, you shook hands on it, then you cannot complain about it anymore. The time to complain was when you were sitting behind closed doors. The time to complain is that when you come out, and you start to fit in again, and you talk about what was happening inside. That's not how things work. If you didn't agree with what was happening, don't shake the hand then. Don't agree yet. You're not in agreement yet. But once you agree, you gave your word. So these people come out and they start fighting again. I want you to remember there were three letters I gave you a B and C

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and C made so much effort to get everybody together and to make the piece happen. Now when when a comes out and starts fighting again.

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Then even see gets angry. And I brought these people, I brought them into my house. I gave them food. I made sure that they forgive each other and move on. And they don't even respect me I'm even neutral and they don't even respect me. They went and started fighting again. Now unless commandment comes and Allah says Kati lunati listen to this carefully, folks. If one group violates an agreement of Muslims, then everybody else has to fight them. Unless command for Kati lunati Tavi, then fight the one who rebelled, who Jani allottee Tasha was at Anil had the group that went beyond the limit that crossed or just you know, violated the agreement, you fight, everybody has to fight against

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them. In other words now is on one side, b and c are together.

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If you're not neutral anymore, your job is now to fight with this group. Because you made peace. Now, this is the only way to end this problem is really ugly. This is really ugly, you know what we're learning. When you go into a meeting and you make peace, then make sure that it's done one time, because if it's not done, things are gonna get very ugly. Then everybody's involved in the fight for cartoon theater, we had tartufi illa umbrella

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until that group comes back to Now listen to this unless command lists I'll say it again, until the rebel group, the group that started the fight up again, until they come back to the ls command, you keep fighting them. You know what Allah has done here. Allah has said something amazing when Muslims come together and shake hands and make

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Peace, then upholding that peace is a less command. That agreement is called a less command in the Quran. It is not something that Allah Himself revealed. But when Muslims agreed with each other that they will no longer fight than Allah stamp is on and it's a less command now. Until they come back to that peace, the original agreed peace. Until then they haven't come back to us commence upon Allah, how Allah honors the negotiations of Muslims by calling it Emerald law. The decision of Allah, the HMR of the Muslims, the reconciliation, the Islamic between the Muslims is the amount of Allah hypertrophy Allah amarilla.

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For In fact, and this is the most beautiful part of all, this is the most beautiful part of all, I hope I can clarify this to you. And you don't walk out of here. Like I don't know what the hubbub was about. I think we learned something about the alphabet, A, B, and C. I hope you actually understand what I'm trying to say. And I pray like gives me clarity, so I can make this point clearly to you. So this group that started the fight over again, who has proven that they're not reliable people, they've proven that they've proven that they can sit in a meeting and agree to your face and go outside and disagree later on. They can go back on their word, unless has been fired,

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even if they come back a second time and say, okay, okay, okay, we want peace again. Alright, fine. We want peace again. Then you don't turn around and say no, we know you people. You don't want peace. We're not going to stop fighting until we crush you.

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Even if the unreliable group comes back and says we want peace for us, we have a nahama then you make peace between them again.

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You make peace between them again. In other words, you never give up on Muslims. Even if they have shown misbehavior in the past. You don't say you don't know these people, man. We've dealt with them before. No chances for them. No. Allah says no. You have to come back and make peace again. So hon Allah but this time you have to be careful. See, last time it was held. I told you I made it a point to tell you last time when they held peace negotiations they were behind closed doors.

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This time when you help hold peace negotiations. Allah says firstly who but you know who Marbella idle.

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Make sure you hold make reconciliation between them with an idle, idle in Arabic comes from Adana, and Adela actually means public justice. The Arabic meaning of Adela is public justice. That's why the courts are also called Adela because the court proceedings are open to the public, everybody can see. Because last time it was held in private and they took advantage of that this time, the command from allies make peace again. But this time, you have to do it in public, as embarrassing as it is. It's a humiliation to the Muslim community that our arguments should be held in our negotiations should be held in public, everybody gets to see our dirty laundry. But there's no choice now. It has

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to be recorded. It has to be made public, because these people can't be relied on. So they don't get to say you don't know what happened in the meeting. Actually we do. It's recorded.

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It's available, the transcripts is there. We all know what happened in the meeting, you understand. So this is for us. nikolina homerville added. But there is another very important lesson here that I'll conclude with

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the second time around, even you and I who were neutral, even though neutral ones were commanded to fight. You remember that the neutral ones were also commanded to fight. But when you fight, you become emotionally involved. And you develop a hatred against someone you are fighting. So when you are told, stop fighting and become a judge again.

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When you're told to become a judge, Are you still angry from the fighting? You're only human, you're going to be angry. You're going to be and if you're angry, you're not going to be able to be a good judge. We go back to the first problem. So Allah says this time he didn't say that the first time he said at this time, he said, firstly, Albania, Houma, Villa de wa oxido, and make sure you're not unfair.

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Subhana Allah a second time he said, make sure you're not unfair, because you just fought them and you're going to be angry and when you're angry, you're going to be unfair. So Allah says, watch it. I'm watching you. I'm watching you hold it publicly and don't be angry. Your job is still your ultimate job is still to bring the family together. They are never your enemy. Remember, when the fighting was happening, you are not fighting someone else. You are still fighting yourself. If your hand is hurting you. If your hand is hurting you, you will put medicine on it. If it's hurting you even more, you'll go for some advanced surgery or something and it's gonna be painful. But as much

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as this hand caused you pain, you're not going to say you know what?

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You're not going to do it because it's a part of you. It's a part of you as much as it causes you pain. It is not something separate from you. You understand, no matter how much the Muslim causes you pain causes me pain. They are still

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Hello Muslim, they are still in listening. And we still have to make peace because we're still one body at the end of the day.

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When the Prophet says that an E Salatu was salam, this body this oma is like a just like a body. Think about what that means. parts of our body causes pain. The causes pain, but we don't get rid of them just because they cause us pain. Now, sometimes it's necessary. When they become cancerous, then it becomes necessary. That's why the fighting was allowed in certain circumstances. But if the cancer goes away, what do you do? Stop the fighting and be fair. Be kind again. Firstly, who, you know will argue, works in the law how you have a law no doubt loves those who show justice. In my final comments and charlatan, I just want to say that ally in this ayah did not say in the law, your

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head will adaline. He said in the law, your head will mix it in and there's a difference between Aladdin and uncased. In English translations of the Quran. They're both translated as Justice. Aladdin is translated as Justice Lucas is translated as Justice. But Alchemist means two things. Test means staying away from unfairness, which is how I translated it. But it also means being fair publicly, and being fair privately, either specifically refers to public interest is public and private, both. At the end of the day, Allah says, if you don't want these problems to happen, then you have to learn to be fair. And you have to learn to get away from unfairness, not only in your

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public life, but also in your private life. And until you do that Muslims are going to end up fighting each other. If we don't learn to become fair people, then this will be our our plight. And if we become fair people, then the love of allies on us in the law, you have books in London didn't even just say he supports them. He's with them. He you know, you know, He rewards them. He rather says in desire, he loves them so hard Allah, may Allah azza wa jal because of the Moxie team, and if we can become the mcsa team, then we can apply the next I have this beautiful surah in me, no, no.

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So next ayah believers are brothers. Come on, what are you doing? Why are you fighting? What's wrong with you? Your brothers? That's all you are. There's nothing more to you. The only thing you should think when you look at another is

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not even if one if one is used when you are brotherly towards someone but our blood brother is called a broke blood brothers are called Aqua. It's like a less said this La ilaha illAllah is like thicker than blood. That's what he made us. That's the attitude we're supposed to have. So I pray that we our hearts, Allah, soften them towards each other that he softens them towards the worship of Allah and then less often is the hearts of the believers towards each other. And what makes you and I not not only not part of the fight, but if we are witnesses to a quarrel and a disagreement between Muslims that Allah make us of those who can make a slot and reward us and bring the oma

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