Riyadul Haqq – The Great Lie Part 7

Riyadul Haqq
AI: Summary © The importance of the legal system and its implications for travelers' behavior is discussed, including the Hadeal system and the importance of finding the right holder. The speakers emphasize the importance of proper language and language learning for better understanding of the language, as well as avoiding false assumptions and avoiding negative rumors. They also discuss the use of words in shaping behavior and the importance of verifying facts and avoiding negative rumors. The segment concludes with a summary of a study.
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salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And surely,

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the Atma then me the love of them

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when when you

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want to show the one

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Allahu Allahu Allah should eager want to show the

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two who are super sallallahu alayhi wa on the heels of our Casa limits, theorem and theater. And my biographer was below him in a sheep line and rejean

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Rahim in the Lahore mela he could the whole use alone.

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It was

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a lot

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later Anna

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Majeed Allahumma Data Guard Prima

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Recently we completed the famous heavy

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machinery shuttle Dr. Mohan, in which she speaks of her travel.

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Last week, Hades is famously known as the sort of the Hadeeth of the great lie.

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Having concluded the heavy last week, I commented on the few verses of sort of the more that will revealed on that occasion. So last week was spent just commenting on those verses. Today in the final lesson of this heavy, we'll return to the

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Ethan Gen.

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Drawing lessons and morals from it. And with that, we bring an end to this toolkit.

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You're all very familiar with the story and its details. So

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I will point to certain parts and then speak about the morals and lessons that we can derive there from

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the beginning, we learned that meaning of the law says that prophets and the love it he was selling them whenever he intended to travel. He would

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draw lots if he wants to take any of his wives.

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Two things here, the one drawing lots is permissible.

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Although on the surface, it appears to be a form of gambling in itself.

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But since there's no exchange of money, and there's no unreasonable loss, or excessive risk suffered by any party.

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drawing lots is permissible in Islam, and it has been practiced by the prophets. aleikum wa Salatu was Salam for various things.

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And here we have the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam drawing lots in order to select

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one of his wives to accompany him on the journey. And he used to do that regularly, whenever he would travel. The so we learn of the permissibility of drawing blocks, even though apparently it may seem impermissible.

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Secondly, this shows the

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Justice and the fairness of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. His position was unique in that he was under no obligation to

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distribute time,

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etc, evenly amongst his family members. However, he would do so as a personal choice. And even when traveling when the conditions and restrictions are relaxed even further, in that particular aspect. The profits in the law are legal, some still wish to be fair and equitable, and to ensure that he wouldn't hurt anyone's feelings, and that they would also sense

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fairness, He will draw lots rather than arbitrarily picking and selecting who he wanted to.

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And that's what he did on this occasion. Also.

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One of the things

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We learn is when when an aerial shot of the alarm her she says that

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one of our travel, I would be placed in a holder edge, which we know is a holder

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a litter, when she would be placed in this lesson and litsa, you will be lifted onto the camel. And then when the journey would stop weapon they would stop the holder would be lifted off the camel and placed on the ground.

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And later, she explains is that the very beginning because it's

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puts into perspective what happened later, which is that's when she

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strayed away from the camp. In searching for her last necklace. And the

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province of the law, it was announced that they were to regime their journey and they did so enheten in haste. The people who are appointed to carry her holder, they didn't even realize that she wasn't in there.

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And since this happened, and then they just lifted up the holder placed on the camel and the origin their journey. So she in order to explain what happened later, she at the very beginning of the Hadees describes what would be the normal practice whenever she would travel. And this was a case with the other wives also, that a holder would be prepared, they would seat themselves and the holder, the holder would be lifted, placed on a camel. And then the journey would begin. As soon as they would hoped the whole holder would be lifted. Remember, it was covered with a canopy and drapes and curtains and then placed on the ground. And then the lifters and the carriers would walk away.

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In all of this.

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Not a word would be exchanged between the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam and those whose duty it was to carry the holder, otherwise, a single word, just as confirmation of her presence, whenever the whole that would be lifted up onto the camel would have been sufficient. But the northern practice was there not a single word would be exchanged between them. That was the extent to which the habit of the alarm rang, who would observe hijaab especially with the wives of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And this was illustrated later when

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it's the final Mark than the last one arrived late in the can The next morning, after she had been left alone. And he was tasked with the duty of being a rear guard and coming across any stragglers and he lost people or lost property, etc. And as he was riding up

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in the morning,

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all he saw was the figure of a person sleeping on the ground. So he drew closer.

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And since she was actually asleep, and therefore unaware of her posture and position at the time.

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Although she had covered herself, she was asleep and unaware.

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She said find a remarkable the lover and when he drew closer, and he looked from above the camel, or that he recognized her immediately. And the way he recognized there she explains that because he would see her as the others before the laws of hijab were revealed. So she got she actually goes into detail to explain why and how so finer than like the love the love and recognized woman want many in the shadow of the law and her and she says it was only because before the laws of Java revealed, he saw me he he had seen me. So as soon as he recognized her, he explained in that in that in that in a garage.

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then he dismounted

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made the camel Neal placed his foot on the four legs of a camel to ensure that you wouldn't budge or startle. And then one woman in a shadow of the alarm climbed on the camel and camel rose. So finding the market of the lover and walked in front, pulling the reins and in that way, they resumed the journey in order

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Although it's not mentioned in this particular generation of mahadi, in one generation, she says, by a law not a galleon, not a word was exchanged between us. So, both of these parts of the heavy illustrate the extent and the care

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the Sahaba of the alarm, which is how about of the alarm would go to, and the care with they would exercise in their dealings with others, especially in relation to hijab and specifically in relation to minion airy shadow the

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man in the mothers of the believers.

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I'm just quickly going through the heavies see what else we can look at.

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One more thing, as I said, When so find a moonwalk below the law one.

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He saw her.

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To him, this was a very serious matter. The wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sleeping on the ground.

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And in shock, he exclaims,

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what was his explanation?

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Is the jar in 99, in 90 days

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later also,

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on what meaning Aaron shuttle the alarm heart was walking with

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her grandmother, sister, the mother of missed

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the alarm.

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And she tripped.

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And she rebuked her son in her amps in his absence. And so there is a Mr.

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wobm to Mr. person. And she said it thrice. minion airasia, although it's not mentioned in this generation, that she said it through ISIS and other generations in shadow, the alarm had told her that

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why do you abuse your son in that manner? In any case, she told.

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She eventually told me in a shadow of the alarm on her. Why?

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She said what she said. And then later, when

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she then visited her when she first came to know of what people were saying about her. Then when she went to visit her mother, and she wants to confirm this with her mother. She told her mother that what are people saying about me, her mother tried to hide it from her as much as possible. And again, she referred to but without explicitly mentioning it. And then she had when she eventually realized what the inherent shadow of the love on her. That's what people were saying about her.

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What was her explanation?

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upon the confirmation of this news? What was her explanation? Her explanation was some ham on law. It had the philosophy have some ham on law? Do people speak of this?

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The main thing I'd like to point out here is the purity of their language and vocabulary.

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Even under immense pressure,

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even in shock,

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even in pain and anguish.

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Further, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came to visit her.

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How does mean a shuttle de la describe the scene.

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She says a young girl from the Ansel cane. A young lady from the Ansel came and sat by me and began weeping with me. Then, she laid she was lying down. Her father and mother were presidents and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam entered the house after house

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he entered

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when he saw her lying on the bed, he asked what's wrong with her? What is it with her? So her mother spoke up saying that she

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suffering from severe fever. So the province of the La Liga seldom said perhaps it's the result of the rumors circulating about. So the mother said yes.

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So when we an area shadow of the alarm house or the province of the law, it was Elementor and heard him have this conversation. She sat, Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sat down

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in front of her squarely before.

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To her right hand side was a father.

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And to her left hand side, her mother Wayman, as a moral man. Well the alarm

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and then the prophets alarm it or someone spoke. This was his first conversation with her on this topic.

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How did he begin?

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Genesis family the law was merrily

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Yeah, it should fit in Bologna and kikawa.

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He sat down.

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For me the law was merrily and then he recited the

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the shockwave which as I explained,

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then refers to the praise of Allah and His glorification.

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So he sat down, and he praise the law and glorified him, him his praise. And then he said, Whatever he needed.

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So here we have the example of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam speaking in his pain and anguish. We have the example of all and what we mean by shadow the Ummah and her being shocked with the news of people gossiping about, in the worst manner possible.

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We have the startling surprise of safarnama remark or the alarm, when he comes across the sleeping figure. And his shock and horror realizes that alone in the middle of the desert, in such danger, it's none other than a woman woman in a shadow the lover and her the wife of the prophets, the law it was, and yet in all of these instances of shock, of pain, of sorrow, of anger, of sparkle, surprise, all of them, take the name of Allah subhanho

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wa Taala, the Allahu sees her, his first ex, his ex, his only exclamation is in there not

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only in your life and her

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his confirmation of the rumors being circulated about her from her own mother, when she realizes how serious and true this is, her exclamation is sapan en la 800. from NASA, we have a lot of people read the speak of this, and the prophets of the love it was to them when he sat in front of his wife. Imagine, he sits down to ask his wife, whether she has been unfaithful to him or not. It's

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probably the most difficult conversation

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a man can have with his wife, any couple can have.

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He is explicitly and directly asking her whether she has been unfaithful and disloyal to him, whether she has betrayed

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and look at his choice of words and look at how he begins, there is no rage.

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There is no severe and

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there is no defeatism either

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he is not a broken man Far from it.

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Most people, they would sway between two extremes of violence, uncontrollable rage or absolute defeats

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the balance of the sort of laughs and the love of cinema such but even on that occasion.

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He does not say anything explicitly, but he merely references it or characters it in tolerable language. And even before he poses the question, he praises Allah hymns His praise takes his name and glorifies.

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Even on that occasion, he takes the name of Allah and then he says, show Ayesha

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indeed, something has reached No. Such and such has reached me about

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fitting comfortably

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Rio Killa will include a limited number of FileZilla to V LA for in the lab data but you know la de la la

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or Asia if you have such an such as reached me off you again and he doesn't say anything directly.

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If you are innocent, Allah will declare you to be innocent. But if you are guilty or not, if you are guilty, when you come along to be them, if you have

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out of character, and not as habit, committed a sin,

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that imagine his or her husband

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in a way he is the victim.

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And yet, he says, if you have committed this sin, what does he say?

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I will do this, this will happen that will happen for us to fit in love or to

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seek loss, forgiveness and repentance. For indeed when a servant and repentance unto Allah, Allah turns to them, and relents and accepting their repentance.

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So the point I wish to make is look at the purity of their language, the purity of their vocabulary, even in pain and anguish, when a person normally loses control of not just their emotions, but even their actions, their deeds, and especially their language and vocabulary and their tongue, they will always composed, and by their very habits and character, we're always predisposed to take in the name of Allah has the ritual first. And this is what we should,

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we should learn even in shock, to take the name of Allah, even in surprise, to take the name of Allah, rather than using vulgarity.

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If we are surprised about something,

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whether good or shocking,

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some harm.

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And if it's something very serious in law,

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this is another lesson, even in the most pressing of circumstances, look at the purity of their tongue in their language.

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And this reflects what I mentioned last week,

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where you've been what una nueva,

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pure words are for pure people, and pure people are for pure words,

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a person's language and vocabulary. And their explanation reflects that interior

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have these profits in the law it says when you see a person frequenting the machine for shuttle a hillbilly man and testify to his faith.

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If you see a person frequenting the machine, visiting the mission regularly and praying punch for shadow Allah who will

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then testify to his faith is good faith. Persons regular actions in that manner point to something good in them.

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So similarly, when a person always speaks well.

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And remember, it's very easy to put up a show to maintain a facade on other occasions, but when

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a person is faced by pressing circumstances, that Jonathan then shock them and shake them out of their normal behavior, and maybe reveal the true inner self and their true character, such as in anguish and pain, shock. If a person even then

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is pure of speech and pure of language, than indeed that shows an inner purity.

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And language

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means a lot in sort of the last panel what Allah says, Yeah, you're under the law of Guru golden said either

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Allah says all believers,

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be conscious of a law.

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All columns of either and say, a straight upright word. I make your speech good. Make it upfront, make it straight, not bent.

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What will allow give you in return

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Have you refining and purifying and making good your speech law says use our Malecon He will make good your D

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if your speech is good, Allah will ensure that you commit you perform good deeds. If your speech is pure, allowable ensure that your deeds are pure.

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So speech has a great effect. NAD is laid by man Timothy and others. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says each morning, the organs and limbs of a person plead with his tongue.

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And say, the limbs actually addressed the tongue and say to the tongue

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Illa enough in the

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fitness, the competence to come, now we are just there which

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Alton, fear law in us, fear law in relation to us, because our tongue, we are as you are.

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We are only as you are. So if you are straight, we are straight. And if you are bent we are.

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That's the meaning of the verse.

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Say an upright word Allah will make good your deeds. If you ensure that your speech is straight, Allah will make your deeds straight. If your speech is pure, your deeds will be pure. But if your speech is corrupt your deeds of the currents and that's what the organs say to the tongue every morning, that fear Allah in relation to us, for we are only as you are, if you are straight, our tongue, we the rest of the limbs of the body, we are straight. And if you are bent we are.

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look at the habit of the alarm. Look up on the heart and what we need. The mothers of the believers look at the prophets of love, and even some of them even in the most painful and desperate of circumstances, even in the most testing of circumstances in shock and pain and languish in severe distress. Their speech was pure and not just pure, but they always began with the name of a loss.

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That's another great lesson for us.

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One more thing here when she was out with her

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grandmother's sister, and she was totally unaware.

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The room has had began

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and will return journey and she was present in that journey.

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People returned to Medina

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almost a whole month had passed. She was ill.

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Yes in innocence, she detected nothing. The most she the most that concerned her was

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a perceptible reduction

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in the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his affection towards that's what concern.

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But she was ill. She couldn't pinpoint the cause.

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And she was ill herself. So this did concern but not overly so.

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The grant her grandmother's sister when she slightly recovered from her illness, and she went out to relieve herself in the manner that women would do in those days go into groups from evening to evening, and go at a distance to a distance from the house. And almost there will be a lot more on her trips. And then she expressed her anger at her son

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and shuttle the alarm around her told her Why do you abuse your son in that manner when he is a veteran of the bed?

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So she kept it from her.

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But it happened thrice. And when she persisted. Eventually she explained that, although it wasn't mentioned in this particular iteration is to be found in other narrations of this. She said I'm only abusing him because of you.

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I'm only abusing him because of you.

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What this means what the shows is scran en la. She was the mother of Mr.

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Yes When Miss

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Shadow Viola.

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Her mother was the first to recognize his era.

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She defended

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someone else

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and took her side and stood up for her, even against her own son. And she expressed her anger and displeasure at her own son, rebuking him and abusing him because of the wrong that he had done.

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Justice, this was their sense of justice. They acted on the teachings of the

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last panel horadada saved.

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Yeah, young Latina amo Cooper wamena below test, Shahada, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah Dana will be our believers.

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Be establishes and upholders of justice, witnesses for the sake of Allah. Even though this testimony may be against yourselves, or your own parents, or your relatives,

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ie if you have to accept be just

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never be unjust be just if you have to accept in that justice.

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But you are wrong, except that you are if you have to accept that your parents are wrong, except that your parents are wrong. If you have to accept that your relatives and close loved ones are wrong, then do so.

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That is

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an obligation. And this is exactly how this How about the alarm.

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The alarm, did not defend her son.

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protecting him defending him standing up for him or concealing his fault. me because he was her son.

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And she said to shut off the alarm. I am only abusing him because of you.

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He has spoken about you in this.

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And this is why I'm rebuking him and abusing

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Panama this sense of fairness and justice that she rallied against her own son in defense of someone else.

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Simply because she she was the first to recognize how wrong and sinful her son was.

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Again, the sense of justice law.

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Another thing is to hold the alarm. I was the first one to inform her. And it was only because she explained that it's a Mr. Hanley, Mr. Parrish. And

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she did it three times and then moving in areas shuttled the alarm system she eventually told her. But until that moment, on what will be an aerial shot of the alarm house totally unaware, and almost a month had passed,

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or approximately a month.

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According some report, that this whole episode was even longer than a month. But let's say on average a month or so a month had passed and a shadow the loved one had no inkling of what was going

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on. Two things to learn about this one.

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How innocence

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shuttled the alarm and how was and despite being the wife of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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how aloof. She remained

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chit chats and gossip.

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for a whole month, she she never discovered what people were saying about.

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And the second lesson we learned

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is and this is how a person should be concerning themselves with themselves.

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Not dabbling in everybody else's business.

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And this is all related to supervision meaning

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entertaining, Ill thought

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searching for false gossip, investigate. All of these are related.

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The moment a person

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begins taking an interest in everybody else's affairs.

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Then the soul does not rest

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until he or she

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develops thoughts

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imagined things

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about other people.

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The seed of doubt that is planted in the mind of a person

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that seed germinates, and then grows and flourishes.

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So what begins, there was nothing there, then a seed of doubt was planted,

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we actually nurture water and cultivate that seed of dance, through our investigations, our questions, our research, our pursuit of these things.

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And then

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what was non existence becomes a single seed of doubt, a seed of doubt, grows and flourishes and thrives, and becomes a whole tree

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and not just dance, now of suspicion, and even of truth. This is why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says in a very beautiful Hadith, related by number Harding among Muslim Yakumo,

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wallet justice.

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beware of suspicion for innovation.

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Because suspicion is a greatest lie,

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cut it from the roots.

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The mind works overtime.

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And if you let

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a thought dwell,

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he won't go away by itself, he won't stop, you have to actively

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change the direction of think

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I mentioned a few months ago, that

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I read the remarkable Well, I was reading a book. And it was to do with the brain and the neurology.

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And one of the things they've discovered recently is, I didn't go into detail, I just said that if the occasion arises, I'll explain it. So maybe I'll explain a bit of it now.

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That using brain scanning, and

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you using

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the latest research in urology,

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what they've discovered, and these art psychologists and neuroscientists

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a method whereby for the first this is a claim of the of these particular scientists, that for the first time ever, in history, to their knowledge.

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They've used cognitive behavior therapy

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to actually alter

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the physical characteristics of the brain.

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And one of the examples they use is suspicion.

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But when a person

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doubt something, they were mainly speaking of

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OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder. And the very foundation of OCD is suspicion and doubt. Did I close the door? Yes or no? Did that happen? Yes or no? Did I leave the window open?

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Yes or no? Did I wash my hand?

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Did I wash my hands? Sometimes people wash their hands 910 times at the go way. And they think did I wash my hands on?

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It's an illness. But the very basis and foundation of OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder is suspicion and that.

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So they said we used this CBT cognitive behavior therapy to tackle the issue of well to tackle OCD, obsessive compulsive disorder, and because the very foundation of obsessive compulsive disorder is doubt and suspicion, how do we overcome that and then

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is a very lengthy procedure, very lengthy a scientific explanation. But a crude summary would be something along the lines of

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the brain gets stuck in gear some people for either chemical biological reasons or nature or possibly even nurture an environment and trained thinking over time, there, they begin to focus and ruminate only on certain things. And what happens is it becomes a habit. So it's like being stuck in a gear, you don't shift

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from one gear to the other.

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And as long as you stuck in that gear, you remain at the same speed, your brain is working, overtime, overheating, grinding, but you're never progressing because you don't shift or change and shift up one gear. So you remain stuck in gear. And the only way and it's a very detailed explanation of how there are certain parts of the brain, which work in conjunction with one after the other. So only when a does its task can be begin to function. And only one be finished, fulfilled, completes this task will see take over. But in in this state and OCD when you have when a person has doubts and suspicion.

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People get stuck only in that first stage a, they're just forever going in circles in stage a, they need to shift gear and move into B.

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And they say how do we do that.

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And Pamela after such an after such a lengthy discussion. They say the truth is, nobody can do it for you, you have to put the roots of suspicion, you have to force yourself. You have to force yourself to engage in some other activity, which actively diverts your brain and your thinking from this doubt and suspicion, something else. Otherwise, you will live in * and tall.

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And that's just for OCD when a person is suffering, doubts and suspicion about oneself. But it's the same rule. If a person is always thinking and ruminating, and having doubts and suspicion about someone else or other people, the same rule applies. As long as you dwell on it, your your brain will work over time, it will overheat, and you will be stuck in that one single cycle. The only way you can move to the second stage is by forcing yourself you have to actually compel yourself. This is where the CBT cognitive behavior therapy comes in. Where what you need to do is force yourself to think about something else and to engage in alternative activity. Once you engage in alternative

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activity. The brain is like this. The brain does not work by itself. The brain is a machine, it works as you make it work. If you tell the brain to think about stars and think about stars, if you then the very next minute, tell the brain to think about football, think about football. And the very next minute, if you told the brain to think about sound, or think about sound, the brain doesn't care what it's thinking about. And it can jump from one thing to another. But if you leave it to itself, you'll take a life of its own. You'll just continue to make its own connections. And therefore what you need to do step

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willfully and consciously. You divert the brains thinking, you decide what you want to think about. If you're thinking about something wrong, you can make the brain stop. That's your choice, and it's your responsibility. Anyway, what I was marveling at when I was reading this very it's a whole book just on this topic. When I was reading about us panela all of this Willa, he is covered in three words of the

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Yeah, you have Latina, Manoj tinamou cathedra men have been in the battle than the one I just saw. What are you bound to come back in just a few words. Again, as part of that, what happens when your brain is stuck in that one gear thinking about the same thing over and over again, it feeds on itself, these thoughts become more entrenched, more vitalized more energized, stronger. They then lead other things which are related, which is once you have these doubts, your brain then compels you

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To take action, because thoughts don't just remain in in the brain

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forever. These thoughts eventually compel you to action. This is why

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obsessive compulsive behavior these thoughts are just the first part. These are the obsessions. The compulsions is what these obsessions make you do. So the obsession is, for instance, that did I lock the door? That's just an obsession. These are just obsessive thoughts. The brain hasn't made you do anything yet, once you go back to check the door, that's compulsive behavior, which is a result of those obsessions. So thoughts don't exist in a vacuum eventually, thoughts will compel you towards a certain action. So what they say is before these obsessive thoughts compel you to taking compulsive action, you need to cut off the forms, exactly malassezia levina am on any book theater milovan are

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believers abstain?

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excessively abstain

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from suspicion

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or from speculation, but in battle, then if For indeed some speculation is a sin?

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And then immediately, what does alarm and

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what are the justice and do not search for false? And then immediately thereafter? What are your the bamboo khumba and do not backbite each other? How are they all connected? Subhana Allah. Once you are suspicious, and you entertain these doubts and suspicions, you allow them to fester and grow, your soul will not rest, your brain will not rest. It will compel you into action. And the first action is the brain can be deceiving, and he believes is dangerously deceptive.

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Our knifes and shavonne make us believe that we're actually doing something good, which is we're acting on the verse of the Quran, where Allah says, In Japan first combinability in fabyan.

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ascertain the truth, verify the facts. So we think we're actually doing something good. Oh, I'm suspicious and doubtful, I have these thoughts. So let me actually

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verified or not verified the number verify the facts. Let me ascertain the truth. Let me see if

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there is any truth in this. So a person begins to investigate and search for faults. What happens when a person searches for faults?

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They do so not innocently. They do some not impartially or objectively. They do so.

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With preconceived ideas, they do so with prejudice, though they may not recognize it. So when there are so many variables and possibilities, their brain will always latch on to those things that only confirm their initial doubts and suspicions.

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That's what the Justice does. And once the person's

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fears and doubts and suspicions are confirmed, what do they do?

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some hands on law, again, their soul will not rest.

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They now believe it. They now feel that they have an obligation to share this newfound belief with the rest of the world. So what are the justices do not investigate and search for faults? What's the next step? What are the Bam Boom, bah, bah, and to not back by teach?

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Because this is the inevitable conclusion.

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So what does a person do? Once they have these suspicions and doubts? These thoughts don't just remain they compel you to action. So the next action is you've done your searches, you've done your investigations, you've done your research and you feel vindicated and justified in your suspicions and doubts. So what do you do your soul will not let you rest? The next step is you back back to share this with others? And if you share it with others

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our argument is well what's wrong and sharing it with others? Is the truth isn't it?

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Your mama will die within a man Timothy Lima both later on which province some in which of all a lot of the Allah says

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Dr. Sol Allah Milla de but it was several messenger of Allah. What is backbiting on the cooker harkavy Maja cara,

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your what is Reba what is backlighting? So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said you're mentioning something about your brother which he

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likes. That's the definition of LIBOR. That's the definition of backbiting. The crooked harkavy may occur, you're mentioning something of your brother which he dislikes. So someone said O Messenger of Allah, in Ghana fee AHIMA, who, if what I am saying about my brother is truly in him, then. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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in can't see him at all,

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when you can see him at all.

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If what you are saying of him is truly in him, then you have backed by to them. But if what you are saying is not in him, then you have falsely accused them one way or the other, you are insane.

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So when we feel the need to share it with others, and we believe that, oh, everybody needs to know, because it's true. What if it's true, it's backbiting.

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And if it's not true, and it's even worse.

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So last panel with data tells us, instead of getting to backbiting, don't get to the Justice searching for one or the spots. And the way to avoid getting to the justice, is to stop entertaining doubts and suspicion? And how do we entertain doubt and suspicion? It's very simple. It's as simple and as difficult as forcing yourself to divert your attention and to think of something else. In any case, going back to what I was saying earlier, all of this is connected this whole suspicion that gossip rumor mongering, and what does it go back to what I was saying about one opening shot of the alarm, which is for one whole month, she remained in Medina. And yet she still never discovered what

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people were saying about her, because she concerned herself with herself. prophets and the love it was tendencies in Christian Islam and whom are a part of a person's good Islam and good faith is that they abandon they shun that which does not concern them

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to dabble in everybody else's affairs, to poke our moles in everybody else's affairs, to dance, to be suspicious to research to search to investigate a lot, but we should be concerned with ourselves

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of the demand that will be

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set to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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manager, he said O Messenger of Allah, what is salvation?

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to him,

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Sonic, while you're cerca de la jolla. Take that with Hold your tongue

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let your home confine you.

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And weep over your sins, that salvation

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with Hold your tongue let your home confine you, and weep over your sins panela all three speak about the same thing with Hold your tongue, Worry about yourself, weep over your sins, and don't venture too often beyond the confines of your heart.

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That in life salvation.

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Otherwise, if you dabble in everybody else's affairs, Pamela what will become

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so sharp with your lover in her for a whole month was totally unaware. One more thing I said there were two lessons to learn from that one was this the second lesson is again, no mean the Mima has to carry tables.

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And in many how the Prophet sallallahu Sallam has said that

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an Ummah

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a tail carrier, one who gossips, one who is guilty of the meme will not enter gender.

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And part of the Mima part of gossiping and caring tales is not just to other people, but also back to the person himself or herself. But it concerns

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and this is something we should avoid, unfortunately, which isn't avoided on which we we actually think we're doing something good. Whereas in reality, it's part of an amoeba, which is

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to give the direct example movement in a shuttle de la. Everybody else needs her mother knew her father knew

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Family members.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam many

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others found out.

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In fact, the rumors were circulating,

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but not one person before her grandmother's sister, for a whole month ever came up to her and said to her, do you know what people are saying about you? Or I heard this, I heard this.

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This is part of the meme. What good does it do?

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Apart from adding insult, and pain upon pain?

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Adding salt to the room?

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Apart from causing immense grief,

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what else does this achieve?

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This is actually part of the meme. This is something we should avoid. If we hear something about someone,

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do something about it, help them

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defend their arm, assist them.

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Give them relief, provide solace and comfort.

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If you can't do any of that,

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at least remain silent.

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What good does it do to go back to the same person and hurt them? By telling them? Oh, this is what people say, are saying about you. This is what I've heard.

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And this leads me to something else before I'll come back to this.

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People often say,

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well, there must be some truth to it.

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There must be some truth to it. Famous adage, there's no smoke without fire.

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There must be something there. The higher lower quality level.

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What truth was there in this whole episode,

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in relation to moving in a shot of the alarm, enhance a final remark remarked on

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what truth was.

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And if someone says, well, there was an element and a kernel of truth, which is that he suffered remarkable and shadow, the love, both in halwa in solitude, and they both enter the camp in solitude. And they were together for a part of the journey alone in solitude. So there is that kernel of truth?

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counter argument would be spamela. Yes, that happened. And what

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your imagination, your filthy imagination, your filthy, evil, and where the speculation of what may have happened is not a reflection of pure and pure is a fundamental model of the law. And it's a reflection of your corrupt thoughts, your corrupt character, and your filthy imagination.

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Anything could be thrown in

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impure words of impure people and impure people offer impure words. Pure words are for pure people and pure, pure people are for pure words. For those of you who weren't here last week, I'll just quickly explain that this these verse, this verse of sort of the morning, which Allah says, pure for pure pure for pure.

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Indeed, most often, what they are taken to mean is

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that pure women of pure men and pure women are for pure women and impure women of pure and pure men, and impure manifesting pure women. That is true without dads, that is true. And that is also a secondary meaning of that verse. But according to many scholars, including see the narrative de la bas of the Allahumma, the famous x g of the Holy Quran, from the companions, and many of his students and other students of the Sahaba, like a ba, ba,

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ba, ba, in Mohammed has some industry and many others, these great scholars from all in all of them, including some of the companions, they would actually explain these words not to mean impure women are for impure men and vice versa and pure men of a pure women and vice versa. No, they would say, impure in the feminine sense. And the agenda here is referring not to women ladies but rather to words. So impure words of impure men and impure men of impure words. And pure words offer pure men pure men are not men, pure people and pure people of pure words.

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And what this means is these allegations, these filthy rumors, these suggestions, these accusations, this calumny, these filthy words are more a reflection of the ones who have uttered them rather than the victims of their allegations.

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this idea that there's no smoke without fire, that's not true.

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We are creating the smoke.

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We are creating the fog that is clouding our thoughts, and then we ignite the fire.

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There's nothing there.

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Furthermore, another argument which people often

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posits is,

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oh, if the person wasn't like this, it wouldn't be sad.

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Who could have been pure than so final remark the little de la one of whom the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said on the member, what the Kuru Rosalyn saw,

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will lock man into Allah he

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imagined the Messenger of Allah testifying from the member from on top of the member, that they have mentioned a pious man or gentleman sorry,

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by law, I have never known any ill of that, and I have no nothing but good of him.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam testified to his piety, and who could have been purer than in the shadow of the love on her, whose purity a lot of testitude from above the seven heavens, in the Holy Quran, and yet,

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and who could have been purer than See you then I use the family history.

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When if you regard the story of the Prophet usefully his sedan, what was he actually accused off?

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What was he accused of?

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I'm loath to mention it but what was he accused of, sort of use of is not a story of romance.

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It's not a romantic tale,

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is a story of trial and tribulation, of tears and talk.

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The Prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salam

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wasn't simply accused of spinning the advances of an amorous late

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so you're gonna use of alayhis salaam

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was accused of attempted *. That was the accusation against a prophet Yusuf Ali's.

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And Allah testified to his purity, and yet that was the allegation leveled against him.

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So allegations are allegations, and accusations and allegations, do not say anything

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about their victims, they say more about the those who spat these allegations.

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So we have to rid ourselves of this idea that there is no smoke without fire. And there must be something for such allegations were leveled against them. And what arguments could you use against the Prophet Yusuf Alayhi Salam against

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me in the shadow of the Allah and her against some kind of remark below the Allah one whose piety was testified to by the prophets of the law rightly.

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So, people will say things about African

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people will say things.

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No one is spared, a poet and Arabic mentioned the beautiful poem in which he says that I do not care if people abused me or criticized me, if they have not spared Allah and His Messenger, then who am I?

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If people have not spared Allah and His messenger and who am I?

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no matter what allegations are being leveled, no matter what accusations are being made, we need to think in the manner that Allah is messengers a lot running towards us, which is

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we do not entertain anything, unless there is proof to the contrary. And even if there is proof, even if there is proof,

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what does it concern us?

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So in the case of meaning, Chateau de la hora,

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he is the husband the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam st if you have

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committed a sin, then, first, the Fiddler has to be in a seek a loss forgiveness and repentance for whenever never does a servant repentant to Allah, except that Allah relent some terms to them in accepting that repentance. That's the most he said. He didn't say any more,

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we are only allowed

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to investigate and to search for the truth, and to verify the facts, if it's directly related to us.

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And the meaning of directly related to us is that we have to make a decision because of our jurisdiction and our authority and our responsibility in relation to that purse.

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So in the case of in a similar case,

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who would be the people normally involved? Exactly as happened here? The Prophet sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam, the husband, the Father, and the mother, no one else.

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These are the people who are involved. These are the people who have to make a decision. These are the people

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that such a thing concerns.

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It doesn't matter if other people are concerned about it.

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Not everything that people are concerned about concerns them.

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And not everything that people are interested in, is in their interest.

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So it doesn't matter, the people are interested in it or concerned about it.

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If it doesn't concern them,

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the tension of the arm for such people is not that old, verify the facts ascertain the truth. Now, the teaching is what Allah mentions, which I explained in some of more. Lola is submitted to more of them than normal on what may not have been at all how that if we're being why wasn't it that when you heard this, believing men and believing women thought good of themselves and say this is a clear and I dismiss and say it's clear.

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And then later, while older, in summary to move on to my akuna

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sapan acaba, de Navin why wasn't it that when you heard this, you said, it is not even lawful for us to speak of this, may you be glorified or law.

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This is a great allegation and candidly

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So, it's not even permissible to speak of it. The only people for whom it's permissible to speak off to investigate to research to ascertain and verify

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our those that this matter concerns directly everyone else, it does not concern.

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Season barbital the alarm once heard some singing, some girls singing and the significance of singing girl or girl singing is that in the olden days, they wouldn't tell and entertainment will be live entertainment

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in their presence, so they would normally hire singing dancing girls.

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So see the barber the alarm, heard some singing? And he heard the clinking of glasses

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See that? A lot of the alarm will patrol the streets of Medina

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when you heard this

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in order to verify and catch the person red handed, see the number of the alarm went behind and scale the scale the real wall and jumped in the courtyard of the house

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and he drew his rot

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and said to the person, Have you no shame.

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Do I find you in this state?

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And the person had a glass of wine in his hand

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goblets he said oh Amit on what we need.

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I have committed one more.

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And you have committed three.

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See the amount of the love arm said How is that?

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So he said Allah says in the holy Porter

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Enter homes without permission,

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you entered my house without permission.

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Last season the holy book,

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do not enter the home from the rear, but enter the homes from their front doors, and you enter from the rear. Allah says do not investigate and search for faults. And you jumped in and you investigating me in this manner, to see that the alarm didn't become angry.

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Instead of say that the alarm can often indicate the law and the meaning of what off indicator Billa has this he would come to an abrupt halt before the book of Allah, no matter how he was very say that I'm not of the alarm was a man of great passion.

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Whenever anyone recited the Quran in front,

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he would

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he would come down and meet

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betterman he came to Medina

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to visit his nephew. And he said, Take me to a model.

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So he took him

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and his nephew was someone who's sitting to see them on the alarm.

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So he took him the next morning, he was a better than unrefined manner of speaking, I'm just summarizing the story. So when he visited in the next morning, and he grown to them audience, the first thing he said to him was, you have no hubbub, you don't give us of your wealth. So then the alarm rang, lunged at him.

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He didn't catch him. So the nephew said, Yamuna, what meaning Oh, meaning what meaning Allah says, hold an act of violence, in that adopt the path of overlooking and forgiving and excusing

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and enjoying the good and ignore the ignorance. See, said Allah says that we'll have them in a jar Helene and this uncle of mine, he's one of the ignorance. So say the name of the alumni immediately his anger subside. So he was kind of a coffin in the caterpillar, he would come to an abrupt halt before the book of Allah. So when this man said this, to him, that loss is this, and you did this a lot sizes and you did this, a lot of sizes and you did this, he did not become angry. He acknowledged his faults. And he said to him, make me a promise. And I will make you a promise, promise me that you will not return to this behavior. And I promise you that I will not return to

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this behavior.

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point I was making is investigating and searching for faults. So Pamela, he was I mean, he was a leader of the faithful. But

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what that person told him is that you still wasn't befitting you come into my home and search for my faults in that map.

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And in the fleet about me and others, prophets a lot more anti muslim than once I send to the member and said,

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Yeah, Matt Sherman, and

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one of my colleagues email,

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mean, what are

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the bar law

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and the law. If the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said sending the member and he spoke with such passion, anger, that this habit of the alarm Ramsay's, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam spoke so loudly, that even those ladies who were in their homes away from the mission, heard the messenger some of the love it was someone's message. And what was his message on that day? He said, Mark Sherman am an attorney what a may have heard an email or calendar, or assembly of those who have believed with their tongues, but a man has not yet into their hearts, do not back by the Muslims, and do not search for their faults. For whoever searches for the faults of the Muslims. Allah will search for

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his fault, See the difference? Whoever searches for the faults of Muslims, Allah will search for his fault, singular, and whoever's fault Allah searches for You're the one oh fijo fear Allah. Allah will disgrace them even in the center and the midst of his own heart.

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So as you do will be done unto you.

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Do not search for faults. Do not investigate and that concern yourself with yourself.

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Going back to Mormon in a shot of the alarm, no one came and told her and she didn't concern herself with anyone else. Biggest thing is Namaste.

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Nobody came and told her. And that's what we should do, we should avoid hurting people. If we can do something about it, do something about it. If we can't get and hold our peace, rather than the grieving and hurting the very person who's already the victim of such vicious rumors, and we often think and remember I was explaining that we say there's no smoke without fire, and maybe the person that they have done something or nobody would saying this, if it wasn't true, that's, that's the nature of rumors, they just catch on. They take on a life of their own. This is what last panel tells us, cut them from the roots.

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And amazing, just yesterday, I was

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driving and

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heard the herder program on radio for just a few minutes. And they were talking about

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chaos theory and theories of complexity. And part of it was actually funnily enough, the one part that I heard later on was only to do with this, and it has to do with rumors, how rumors begin, circulate, and become entrenched in the community, what they were saying, and you can go back and listen radio for I think it was a Melvyn Bragg show.

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The a,

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initiate a rumor, B hears it, repeat it to see, see hears it repeats it to D and it goes through five people and the ones that begin circulating the same rumor that a started comes back to a and when he hears it, funnily enough, even though he knows or he or she knows that they were the ones who actually invented the instigated the room and fabricated it. When they hear it from another source. They feel vindicated, and they believe themselves that it was true.

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So to deal with some complex chaos theory, but this is how rumors circulate in our communities.

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Allah says cut it all from the root, do not entertain suspicion to abstain, that does not research does not search for each of the spots to not investigate. Otherwise it would lead to backbiting and slammed.

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There's a lot more to say but I will end today.

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the end of the heavies speaks about

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there's so much to look at but just one more thing or one or two more things because they've been detached from the law and

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the law says that she she was her rival amongst the wives and yet when the profits of the law questioned her about earning shareholder love on her What does she say? She said

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me some

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sort of law in some

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way Lockheed Martin into a

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profitable love it who seldom said yeah Zenon

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at Mather at marvel at what have you seen what do you know?

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He was

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he was see

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any information

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he would have been easy for Zainab international the allow her to slip in a word, one word, or maybe even to feign ignorance. And that would have done untold damage

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yet, and she was her rival. We've heard many stories of her rivalry with

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Chateau Viola and how they would quarrel they quarreled and verbally had verbal contests in front of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Yet despite this arrival, for the love and affection of the messenger subtle alarm it was despite this passionate jealousy, when she was asked,

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in such an appealing manner, oh, Xena, what do you know? What have you seen, then of international the lover and his reply was the epitome of piety. Allahu Akbar, or messenger of Allah means summary of a study. A God mind is and I've got my eyes by Allah. I do not know anything of her own shall accept.

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And this is my morning, shuttle, the alarm and her says, we're here let the Ghana Armenian Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for our son mahalo

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What are the she was the one who would rival me with the messenger before the Messenger of Allah. Allah saved her through her fear and her

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Okay, there's the same lesson as well. I mentioned about Mr huddled the alarm earlier on justice. And this leads me to another verse of the Quran, which is similar to the one I related earlier.

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Yeah, your levina Amina nilah Shahada abilities, what are your German makushita an omen Allah Allah.

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Allah, wa la in the last meeting, room of believers, be upright for the sake of Allah

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and be witnesses of justice.

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And do not ever let your enmity or your dislike of a people lead you to commit injustice. Be just this is closer to taqwa and fear Allah Verily, Allah is well aware of what you are doing.

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That's the concept of justice in Islam.

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And that's how we should be someone who doesn't abide by this. This is the characteristic of a believer, the someone who doesn't abide by this.

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They are guilty of a characteristic of hypocrisy. Manmohan Singh among Muslim radicals are both later heard from Abdullah nonmalignant house or the alarm, in which he says, prophets, the law it was seldom said or Berryman couldn't a fee common African Hollis, a woman can see men who cannot

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die there

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is a way that domina harm

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way there are other ways that have some effect.

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There are four things which are found in a person then he is a pure hypocrite. And if any one of these four things are found in him, then he has in him a trait of hypocrisy until he removes it. And the four things are when he speaks he lies.

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Number two.

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When he is entrusted with a trust, it's treacherous. Number three, when he makes a pledge, or a promise,

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when he breaks that pledge, and promise, and number four, these three are also contained in a veneration of Abu huraira hora de la hora. And, again related by mumble hardeen, Mr. Muslim, I

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either had the way, the

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way that domina han that there are three signs of hypocrites when he speaks he lies. When he makes a promise, he breaks that promise and fails to fulfill it. And when he is entrusted with a trust, he's treacherous. Both of these are related by Manmohan Singh, a man Muslim, one from a warrior who will be alone with three traits, one from Abdullah, Mohammed Marisol, the Allah with four traits. So these three traits are the same. What's the fourth trait the additional one mentioned, in the Have you throughout the life of the lottery winner, it's this whatever how some of Frederick, when he disputes he sins, the meaning of that is I'll be brief, that we all have disagreements, we all have

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our conflicts and disputes. It's there, it's inevitable, it's part of human nature. But when

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when a believer has a dispute, then he or she keeps that dispute within its bounds.

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or a person weaken their faith or has one of the traits or hypocrisy in them, when they have a dispute or when they fall into conflict with someone they know no bounds and their hostility and enmity, they go beyond the bounds.

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And this is what Xena international the alarm on her avoid, which is whatever her personal rivalry with me and Eric shuttled the alarm and her her disagreements with her and her conflict she kept within its bounds. She'd should not take it one step further. And below normal use at all, on the other hand, believe that the hypocrites, he was such a grudge against the Prophet sallallahu Sallam simply because he felt aggrieved. And you said he felt that he had his crown of

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monarchy stolen from him in Medina that he bought a personal eternal grudge against profits of the law it was he left no stone unturned in trying to harm and defame the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and members of his family

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he could have kept his disagreements with

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It's bad. Like all Sophia. Also fionn was a leader of the brush against the Muslims. And he did not embrace Islam till the eighth year of HR.

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when his daughter embraced Islam, and she traveled to a senior as part of the emigration with her husband, Josh, he leads

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and then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam proposed to her from a distance and the Joshua negus the Abyssinian king. He actually

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proposed on the province of the love idealisms behalf behalf and he conducted the nigga. So

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her name was Ramallah, the daughter Sofia of Kenya was Mahi bajo de la vida. So when Sophia imagined this is abou Sofia, he's in Mk. He fought with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the Battle of wide, he led the rage against him the Battle of word.

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And he continued to battle against him. He was achieved and of the Quraysh he was responsible for so much against the Muslims, and even the prophets to love it was one of them. When he was told that his daughter had married the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, you know what his reply was?

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his reply was, she has found herself

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where the husband

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despite his empathy, and his opposition to the Messenger of Allah, He remained a noble man.

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And that nobility shone through even in opposition,

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even in

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even over the Gulf of war.

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So, I'm delighted no vehicle salute being a hypocrite, low in morals and character, stooping so low, that in his personal opposition to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he did not spare his wife and his noble family.

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This is a sign of hypocrisy, that a person goes beyond the bounds in their conflict and in their dispute.

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And then just one final thing, which is forgiveness

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so much.

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There are two things one, rumor mongering, gossip, slim, the backbiting. That is such a vast topic. I'll speak about it again on another occasion devoting the whole Duff's to that but until then, so a lot of this is about rumor mongering and gossip and the harm he can do imagine one line, idle gossip. Rumors can be so damaging that this almost led to two tribes fighting and resurrecting their buried battle. In the mustard of us all Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in his noble license. They almost came to blows, all because of the results of one hypocrites room.

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That's the damage it can do. I'll speak about that. On another occasion. But the one final thing is forgiveness. prophets of the law it was suddenly

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although he stood up and said me, who will excuse me, I if I see to retaliate against I'm delighted or even subtle, who's hurt has reached me even in my family. And they reassured him that they would take care of the business, they would take care of things, and they would all excuse him if you chose to retaliate. Did he retaliate? No.

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He did not do anything.

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In fact, years later, when I'm delighted nobody even subtle died.

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Because some who was a sincere believer who was also called Abdullah came to the Prophet sallallahu Island

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and said to him, or messenger of Allah.

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My father, there are different narrations. One was that he even approached him on his deathbed. And

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I'm delighted no sorry, that when he approached Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said to him or messenger of Allah, give me your shirts, give me your shirt so that can shroud my father they're in.

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So the profit some of them love it, we'll send them to coffees noble shirts and gave

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and one of the reasons he gave him his shirt is

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that in one of the battles, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam uncollapse bass, who was still with the pagans in the back of the battle, he was taken prisoner

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So he was told about the lighting or even subtle was tall, so a bass knob than the Prophet suncal.

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After the dust of the battle has settled, he was left without an upper garment.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, who will give him a gun. So Abdullah had no business at all, being taught just like our boss, but him, he took off his garments and shirts and gave it to her boss. It said that you seven years later,

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when seven or eight years later, when I'm delighted or even a subtle son approached him. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam never forgot that act of kindness on the part of Abdullah nor even a salute to his uncle.

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And he took off his shirt. Despite everything that I've learned and or even someone had done. He took off his shirt and gave it to us and saying, enshroud your father in

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and he requested him to come. So the province of La It was then went, and according to the second iteration, he took off his shirt again, another one

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and gave it to

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to put over and dilakukan Williams. And according to one narration, he actually bent over him, cradled him in his arms, and

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placed a saliva

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and he prayed for him. And he stood over the grave.

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In order to perform Santa

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Barbara the alarm said to him or messenger of Allah, how can you pray over him? How can you see forgiveness for him?

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I will pray for him as long as Allah does not forbid me to do so. And Allah has given me a choice for Allah said, it's the film all of the stuff in the home in this the film, so no matter what and funnier film love, that see forgiveness for them, or do not see forgiveness for them. seek forgiveness for them seven times alone will never forgive them. So as long as Allah has given me a choice, I will exercise that choice. And I will see forgiveness for them for more than seven times.

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A lot, but imagine, see a done some.

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And yet, this is how the Messenger of Allah treated him even in his death.

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And this is why his family were all sincere believers, his sons and his daughter, daughters, the daughters and the sons of Abdullah hadn't or even subtle were sincere believers. And according to some narration, even his wife

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and the final lesson of forgiveness, we learned is that the God of the alarm. Look at what he had done for Mr. His cousin, brother, Abubakar are the loved ones burns mother. And Mr. Harold the Allah and his mother. Were both sisters.

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He was a Mahajan, an emigrant from Makkah, he was poor, and will work at the heart of the Allah and would spend on him. He wouldn't provide his maintenance, His nefa His upkeep, he would give him not only spending money, but he was entirely dependent on the vehicle, the alarm, there was no welfare at that time, welfare was what one's relatives or other noble people provided. And we'll look at a vehicle the alarm was the sole provider for Mr. Viola. And yet What happened? Mr. Howe the alarm made the mistake of

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saying whatever he said and repeating the rumor about his cousin brother's daughter,

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vehicle, viola. And when he learned on this, of course, he was angry, he was hurt. What did he say? He said, By Allah, he felt that this is Mr. Of all people he should know better. He is my cousin, brother. This is his niece that he's speaking of. Furthermore, he is dependent on me. I maintain him, I provide his upkeep. I provide his expenses. I am the sole provider. He is totally dependent on me. Is this how he repays my concerns by abusing my daughter by repeating these sordid allegations about my daughter.

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If he has done so, then by law, I will never spend a dime on him again.

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So he withdrew all his support and expenditure and maintenance.

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After this, after the verses of the AMA revealed a loss of water and I said, when I tell you all of the fatherly medical massage in New Orleans, Cordoba one Misaki in Omaha Jean if he's needed when the Apple was

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born and you fell in love with a lover for him, that not those of bouncy, so let those of grace and a wealth amongst you

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swear that they will not give to their to their relatives, and to the immigrants

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and to the Paul

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and to the immigrants in the way of a law.

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Rather, they should forgive an overlook and excuse Do you not wish that la forgives you your sin and Verily Allah is all forgiving, All Merciful. When a worker of your loved one heard these verses, he was a man who couldn't control his tears as a moment millenarian shadow the Allah says, In the days of illness when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was ill, and he was unable to lead so Allah

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Moodle Ababa can for you suddenly been asked, instruct Abubakar rhodiola instructable that he should lead people in prayer.

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Shadow the alarm did not wish her father to lead the prayer. And she says what can I learn from them, but it was a man who would excessively weep.

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And there's a reason why she didn't want to be very sharp. Why she didn't want him to leave the prayer. So she told her side of the alarm. Tell the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that your father would lead so I started the Allah horn her

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she she was often outdone by a shadow of the alarm her. So she said O Messenger of Allah, shall we tell Rama prophets in the law it was some stone he said Moodle about about coming from your sudden even mass, instruct Abubakar

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that he should leave people in prayer.

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And then when they persisted with honor of your love, and his name is undone, so I will use that indeed, you are most assuredly like the women of use of Allah salam, meaning persistently trying to get him to agree to something so terrible burqa. Now the reason we're looking at Chateau de Allah, very intelligent. She didn't want her father to lead the prayer is because

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that was the place in the position of the prophets in the law it was.

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If the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was to eat weak and too ill to come and lead prayer,

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the thinking and the feelings of the Sahaba of the loved one was such that anyone who stood in his place while leading the prayer, once a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was unable to do so they would all get ill from him.

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They would all get ill.

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They would see this as bad luck because of Abubakar they would see this as an ill omen because of Abubakar and they will always associate the illness of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his inability to lead prayer. And the prayer of Abu Bakr radi Allahu I'm in the illness and the incapacitated state of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, they would always link this with Abubakar,

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there would be that reservation.

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Very deep, far reaching thoughts. So in order to avoid all of this, she wants her her father to lead the Muslims and pray in good circumstances, not in these dire circumstances. So she tried to deflect it from her father. So in any case,

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the alarm was a man who would excessively weep whenever he would. Earlier on what we learned that she went to visit her parents when she went to visit her parents. She went inside. And when she was lying down, she spoke to her mother sorry, she was speaking to her mother. And she said our mother.

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When her mother confirmed her, she said, has a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam heard?

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She said yes. As my father heard. She said yes, she fell down unconscious. That's all she was concerned about. She wasn't concerned about what other people thought or said. She only cared for what Allah and His Messenger some love. It was some thought and her parents thought and indeed, that's how we should

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concern of Allah and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and those who are responsible for us. We worry about everybody else. But Allah and His Messenger, bots, our loved ones, our parents, these people matters more than anyone else. And that's exactly one woman in a shuttle the

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concerned only with Allah. She said, All mother has the prophets in the law it was seldom heard. As my father heard, yes, she knew that her mother had her. She fell down unconscious when she awoke, and then she began weeping and sobbing. I wish she says abubaker of the law and my father was above the house reciting

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in calamity, the vicar of Allah in calamity the remembrance of Allah in calamity the recitation of the Quran, so when he heard her sobbing, he called out to her mother, Abubakar of the alarm and said, What is it with her? Why is she sobbing and weeping? The mother said because of word has reached out what people are saying about her. When Abu Bakr radi Allahu anhu heard that for father.

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He said, Tell her to go back to the house of the Messenger of Allah for father aina. And he began weeping, okay. He was a man who wept excessively. So when you heard this verse of the holy book, that let those of grace and wealth amongst you swear that they will not spend and give to the relatives, and the poor, and the immigrants in the way of a law they should forgive overlooking excuse. do not wish that law forgives you your sins. When I'm over kind of the law. I'm heard this verse, instantly, he burst out crying, and it's a better

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fit. And luckily, of course, how I wish that Allah forgives me my sins. And then he said, I now swear In the name of Allah, I retract my former oath. And I now swear In the name of Allah, that never will I again, withhold any little hum, which I used to spend on this that before, and he completely forgave him, restored him to grace and favor, restored every penny that he would spend on him in a in a moment, and yet look at what Mr had done to him.

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He had been dependent on him, reliant on him. He had been his sole provider, and he uses cousin brother, and yet, he spoke of his daughter in that manner. And that's how he repaid his favor on kindness.

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He was severely wronged Abubakar of the law. And yet despite that wrongdoing, look at how He forgive forgave and for cots in the hope that Allah will forgive him his sins, we need to be more tolerant and forgiving patient and understanding. We harbor hates

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and we see that anger over petty things, damaging ourselves more in the process and the victim of our rage and seething.

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These are just some of the lessons that we can learn there's so much more but I will end with this as we conclude, I pray that Allah Subhana Allah to Allah enable us to understand, may Allah make as amongst those who follow in the footsteps of the Noble Messenger some of the law legal some of them and who adopted a beautiful example and that of his noble companions are some of them are gonna have to be in

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the Marine ceramic a lot more.

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