Malice – To Hate & Hurt

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So

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that was

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the he was in

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my bag referrals will Ministry of regime

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nulla her woman he Kotaku used to be a

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writer he was

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Lita Anna Ibrahim

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Ibrahim in the comedian Majeed Allahumma. Berta Gada

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Mohammed

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Ibrahim

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Ibrahim in

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respect to listeners,

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as was announced,

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shall I hope, share a few thoughts with you about

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the topic of law

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in Arabic which is malice

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in it sort of last in the life it was essays

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later by non

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Muslims and others

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is a is the bacon the woman with public and acid

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the disease of the nations of yours has crept into you, which is

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well below here and had a

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lot of cool

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weather

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and blah, blah, blah, madness, hatred.

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That is the shave.

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I don't say Chaves hair, rather ice Chaves religion.

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We'll have enough CB

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that

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took me a

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while to

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fill out on a bill koombana you submit to the colloquium.

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He continues saying, by that law, whose hands, rests my soul,

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you will never intergender

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until you believe

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and you will never believe until you come to love, why

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should I not inform you of that which will establish this love for you.

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I've just been up and spread salon launched.

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So that's the sort of loss and the love it was in them and it saves so much.

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First of all, the disease of the nations of your

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the disease of the earlier Nations has crept into you. And that disease is hazard envy.

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Envy is destructive.

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And that's why in the first of the two more with a Dane, as we know them, the penultimate sort of the

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from the two famous two hours of our own little bit of prefer luck, and I was a bit of bananas.

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last panel with Anna teaches is that I will develop will fall

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in

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love in a third if you are awkward. And the final one is woman shortly has it in either has it

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that say I seek

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refuge

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in the Lord of the morning break.

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And then the rest of the show tomorrow

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from the evil of what he has created,

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and from the evil of the Knights when it spreads,

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and from the evil of the whispers in the knots.

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And then finally woman surely has it in either hustle and in the evil of the envy when he envy.

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And it's telling that the

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words and the evil of the envy or when he envies come immediately after a woman shuddered in the fact that they feel open

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and from the evil of the whispers into the knots. That is a reference to sorcery

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hazard

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can be just as damaging.

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In fact, hazard is more common.

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hazard is far more relevant to most people. It concerns every single one of us.

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And it's disruptive. It's destructive, in relations with each other in the family in the community, and society is disruptive to oneself to one's own soul. He eats a person from within,

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and it leaves no good.

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And that's why a poet says the Lucha devil has said, Mr. Abdullah, but I'd be so heavy for Katana. That's what Allah belongs the beauty of envy.

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To allow belongs the beauty of envy. Of course, there's no beauty about it, but beauty him into one.

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And not in the positive sense.

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It's remarkable, but not in the positive sense.

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It's a thing is thought provoking. But again, not in the positive sense. So the law that will hazard my antenna to allow belongs the wonder of envy. How just isn't how just is envy, but that Asahi for katella, it rhymes very well. But the Asahi Fatah, envy begins with the end of the year, and it kills him first. So the remarkable thing is that envy burns a person from within, and it kills him repeatedly, even before it harms the other person, and it can harm because envy incites a person to certain behaviors, with a view to harming the other purse.

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And this

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escalation

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is actually mentioned in another video later in another ID related from how about the alarm? who say that once the light equals and we're speaking to them?

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And he said,

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how will be

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when Rome and Persia are conquered, and one duration when the treasures of Roman Persia are conquered? So how will you be? So his question was to this habit of the alarm?

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That How will you behave?

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What will you be like as p when Rome and Persia will be conquered and wondering when their treasures shall be conquered?

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So one of us How about all the alarms of your sort of law we will be as Allah has commanded us, meaning we will be grateful to Allah, that if the treasures of the world open up before us, we will be grateful to Allah. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Our Hadith Ehrlich meaning will that be the case or will it be something else?

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And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told them what he feared would actually happen.

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And so he said,

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but then after some, from metta, the house at home,

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submitted the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, How will you be when the when Rome, Persia or when the treasures of Roman Persia will be opened up before you

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this harbor said your sort of law we will be as a law commanded is it to be grateful to the province and the law, it was some sort of Will you really or will it be something else? Will it be this and then he mentioned will it be this that first you will compete with one another?

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Then you will be envious of one

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then

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you will turn away from each

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and then you will come to Hector.

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So there is an escalation.

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So hazard envy

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is not victimless.

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And it's not harmless. It begins with the person and the person the envious suffers first. But eventually, that envy that hazard will incite the person to behaving in such a way that will cause genuine harm to other people.

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Whether it's financially in terms of their name and dignity, or even physical

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acid will escalate. And that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says here, first you will compete with

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the love of the world will lead to competition rival

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each one trying to grab as much as possible.

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And then when this rivalry in worldly thing,

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escalates, it then escalates into hacer than envy and envy won't stop there. prophets of the love it was something said you will compete with one another, then you will be envious of one another. And then you will turn away from each other, you turn your backs on.

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When people are envious, they will become more and more selfish, they will turn away from each other. And then finally, this turning away, will lead to hatred. How does turning away lead to hatred? Could it be the other way around where people hate one another and then this results in them turning away from each other. Now, it can be both ways.

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The physical act of ignoring others neglecting others, not socializing with others, not being involved with others, being selfish.

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Being self concern,

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self image, all of these things can lead to suspicions about others. And eventually, hatred towards

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meeting mixing.

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Breaks barriers,

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it removes suspicions.

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It adds that human touch

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sometimes to people who have fallen out with each other,

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they want to meet, they want to

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mend their relationship. They want to find the common ground, they want to find a path to each other. However,

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their past disagreements

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and the aftermath prevents them from doing that.

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And all they need to do often is

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just mean.

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And that meeting with that human touch, melts away so much of the animosity.

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So when Pete when people do turn away from each other as a prophet, some of the love it was some season this heady thing, whatever they are, but when you turn away from each other, that lack of communication, that lack of contact, that lack of involvement, that lack of socializing can actually lead to hatred. It's not just hatred, which turns lead people to turn away from each other. Physically, ignoring others neglecting others, turning away from others itself can lead to greater hatred. So going back to the first Hadith the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says that bacon that

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Allah said, the disease of the earlier nations, envy has crept in. Then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, Well,

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he had had

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and hatred,

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madness, that is the shave.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam called malice, which is the topic of today's talk, malice, he calls it the shave,

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and then he clarifies what he means by the shaver. Now.

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What are the I don't say it shaves hair, it removes hair. Rather it shaves the religion,

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which simply means that malice, hatred, will destroy a person's rewards a person's religion, a person's piety religiously, it will remove all of these things. Leave the person completely bare, just like shaving removes all traces of the hair and leaves the skin bare and smooth.

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Hatred does the same.

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And moderation. The disease that he mentioned before, which is a hazard. He describes a hazard as

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a fire that consumes well he describes a hazard as consuming

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Dede, just like fire consumes dry wood or dry grass.

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So the two diseases mentioned in this heavy fall, Hazard, envy and malice.

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Envy he says in another generation

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burns a person's deeds consumes a person's deeds, just like fire consumes dry grass

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of wood

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and malice hatred, shaves a person's religion shaves a person's deeds, until ones account of deeds is bad.

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And there are many ways of understanding this one of them is what a person hates.

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They inevitably

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end up committing a wrong towards whether it's verbally

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or even physically.

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In these later Bama Muslim law here in his hate Roberts alarm, it was seldom addressed the companions of the alarm rang

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and said to them,

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who is the Pauper amongst you?

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Who's the penniless poor person amongst

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who's the destitute?

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this habit of the alarm who said,

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the miskeen the poor person amongst us, is one who has no data him or goods.

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A penniless destitute poor person, someone who owns nothing, that's what we call them. miskeen.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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that the miskeen in reality, the poor person in reality is one who will come on the Day of Resurrection.

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With

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rewards, and then you mentioned a few good deeds, he'll come with the reward of prayer and fasting and prophets of the law it was under mentioned, this is my explanation, he mentioned mentions a few deeds,

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but prophets in the law, it says, He will come in such a state

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that although he has these deeds to his name,

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he will have

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but

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shatter my hand.

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What are the

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what occurred Amala hava was to forget the Maha

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he will have in the world

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verbally abused this purse.

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He would have slandered this person.

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He will have unlawfully consumed the wealth of this person.

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He would have shed the blood of that purse. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam mentions that he may come with good deeds his name, but at the same time, he would have been guilty of the sin.

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And as you can see, every one of them has a victim.

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It's not about he didn't pray Salah. He failed too fast. He didn't go on pilgrimage.

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He was weak and believe.

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He didn't give in zeca charity. These are all victims of his crimes. So the affiliate, the strange thing is, he would have come with lots of reward Upsala, opposite of charity, of prayer pilgrimage, he would have come with many rewards of deeds that were between him and Allah.

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But at the same time, he would have come being guilty of many sins between him and the last creation, slander, verbal abuse, unlawfully appropriating people's wealth

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and

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physically hurting others.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says what will happen?

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He says this person since he mentioned that he will have unlawfully consumed the wealth of this person verbally abused, this person slandered this person physically hurt this person, property love it who seldom says this person will be given from his good deeds, and this person will be given from his good deeds for your personality

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that

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this person will be given

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Good Deeds from his account and that person will be given good deeds from his account until when his good deeds expire. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says when his good deeds expire and he can't be compensated, sorry, the wronged victims cannot be compensated from his deeds, but their account remains unsettled. Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, their sins will be taken from him, and thrust on him.

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That's how their accounts will be successful.

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And this was a person who came with many good deeds, His

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says here, who's the poor person amongst

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the librarian, who said, the poor person amongst us is one who has no data him and no possessions. So that prophets in the LA Valley who seldom reminded them, that in reality, that's not a poor person. The poor person is someone who comes loaded with good deeds and the rewards of these good deeds between him and Allah by having wrong

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so many people,

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and then these wrong victims

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will have their account settled by Allah for he is just

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and how will that be?

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litigation.

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All his victims will be compensated from his deeds.

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And if he becomes bankrupt,

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he can't say, I don't have anything anymore. If he becomes bankrupt, have good deeds, and his account expires of good deeds. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, their sins will be taken from them and thrust upon his shoulders.

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So he will be in a great loss. The very person who came with so much will now be in a great loss. This is how

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, well above the law, he'll harness the equal share of what I can do. But the hatred is the shaver. I don't say it shaves hair rather it shaves religion. This is how it shaves religion completely wipes a person's account of good deeds clean.

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Why, because inevitably, that hatred will bubble and rage within and it won't allow the person to remain settled. It will lead him to saying something to doing something that will harm the other purse.

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Hatred is not neutral. Hatred does not remain settled.

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It agitates the person, he incites a person to action. Whether that action is verbal or physical.

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It may lead a person to abusing another slandering another, seeking to harm and another another's name or dignity, unlawfully consuming the wealth of another or even physically harm.

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Hatred doesn't remain silent.

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That's what it does.

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And that's why the profits on the lower end equals some of them says, hatred.

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Madness is the shave. It shaves a person's religion completely wipes it clean. And then the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam continues that by Allah in whose hands rest my soul

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You will never intergender until you believe and you will never believe

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until you come to love one

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there can be no man without love

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And should I not tell you of what will establish this for you meaningless love which leads to faith

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and faith which leads to gender

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I've just been

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spread sin and launched

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spreads Ceylon oxygen

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in fact one of the properties of the law it was sent them says gifts around to those you know as well as those who don't

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whether you know the person or not you greet them with Salah

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to spread Salaam amongst

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remove

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madness

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madness ism the heart that eventually leads to hurt and hate.

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Going back to the to the one province and the love it most of them say that how will you be

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When the treasures of Persia and Rome will be opened up to you as addressing the Sahaba the companions that will be alive.

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And they said we will do as Allah has commanded us, which is to be grateful. So the messenger Salam Adamson's, will you really do this? Is that how is that how you will be? Or will it be something else? And what's that something else that then are for some thermadata hacer

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una

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Erlich? Or will it be the case that you will compete with each other in the world in the dunya, then you will come to envy one another, then you will come to turn away from each and then you will hate one.

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There's this gradual progress, that is a process.

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We think hatred.

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We often think when we hear of the sins that this doesn't affect me. I said, I don't.

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I'm not in this book, but the hatred, I don't have hatred.

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We may think that I don't harbor hatred. In fact, the Sahaba of the law when

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they say

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that,

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well, if I relate the story man, to law Hill, it relates to the Hadeeth in his Muslim, that one day the province of the law, he was more seated with this habit of the law.

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When the law and the law it was seldom said to them, a man

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will

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appear before you now, who is of the people of Jenin.

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So, this How about the alarm began look

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at the man came out

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with

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his sandals

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hanging

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from a strip with a strip from his hand and with water dripping from his lemons, because he had just completed

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the next day the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said again against that a man will appear before you who is of the people of gender and the same man came out same way water dripping from his limbs,

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sandals in his hand. Third day in the province of the law, it was seldom said the same

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that a man will appear before you

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who is of the people of gender. So this habit will be a lot more than Kaymer.

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So what on the third occasion a companion stood up and faltered

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and speaking to him,

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he requests to stay with him at his house as a guest. So have you have the alarm? I'm the one with will do when sandals The one who was other people agenda. He agreed and he accepted that you may stay at my house.

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And this is how you have the alarm.

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His intention was that he wants to see what what what is it about this particular companion,

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which leaves the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam say he is of the people of gentlemen.

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So he says I stayed with him for three days observing

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what he does at home in the privacy of his house. Because outside we never knew anything about him.

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He wasn't one of the famous leading companions, nor was he doing anything that was of note for anyone. So maybe he did something in his house.

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She says for three days I observed.

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And he says after three days, I saw nothing. To the extent that I began belittling his deeds, thinking that he doesn't do anything.

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He wouldn't fast pray. Of course he praises obligatory prayers outside

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in the messenger, but at home,

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no excessive Salah or fasting. He says the only thing I saw him do is that at night, when he would

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awaken briefly. He'd take the name of a lark and go back to sleep.

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She said after the third day

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I confronted him and I said to him, Look, the reality is I had no need to stay as a as a guest at your house. But my intention was to observe you closely to see what you do, because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said of repeatedly that you are one of the people of jinn. So what is it that you do?

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I haven't seen you do anything. So, what do you do?

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Have you have the alarm said, I do what are what you have seen me do nothing more. This is what it is.

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Then he said, however, there is one thing

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which I do, maintain.

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So it's the habit of the alarm said, What is that? So he said, I ensure

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that I do not harbor any envy in my heart for any favor that allows bestowed upon anyone.

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I do not envy anyone, what Allah has given. And then he added, and I do not harbor any malice or hatred in my heart towards anybody.

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So that others have you it'll be a lot harder said, this is something we can't reach.

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This is something we cannot attain. This, is it. Not I remember that because this because of this last sentence, we think that envy

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doesn't affect me. I'm not envious, but that my heart is clean. I don't have any hatred. That's what we think of this. How about the Allahu anhu they would say, this is something that we can't cheat. They were honest.

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It's something we have to actually work on.

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If we deny it, there's nothing to address

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and it will continue to shave away.

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Shave our Deen our religion, our deeds.

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There are many verses in the Quran.

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Directly or indirectly related to this. And the Javi from many. In one hand the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was asked about the law.

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They said the University of Bern who is the best of all P.

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province, the law it was seldom said

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listen,

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every mommy of the heart.

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Honest of time.

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So I haven't translated my home. Because even the sound of the alarm I didn't know what mom meant.

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So they said Yasuda law or your NASA have been who is the best of all people. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said

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hello

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every Muslim hearted person and every honest toned person.

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So they said so the only son

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that honest of tongue we know.

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But who or what his mom will

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who or what his mom will call that you've just mentioned that he is the best of all people, someone whose mom have been

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of how

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and treat follow.

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So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Good Latina de la Snuffy, he will you will

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beat flattie so he gave the definition of Mambo. Now you could translate it as pure of heart,

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but even the Sahaba of the love of that word. So listen, who is the best of all people? He said kulu Mohammed, Hassan, every pure of heart

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on a stiff tongue. So step one is the tongue we know.

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So the problem is that of the love it was defined of heart is a good routine. Now if MFI one didn't know what acid the mum hearted person is, every pious, God fearing

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God fearing nakiya theme pure person, la MFI, in whom there is no sin, one button here, and no transgression, one and no rank or malice while our hazard and knowing

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he is the best of all.

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And that's something very difficult to achieve, to ensure that one's heart is pure of envy, pure from envy, pure from

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hatred, malice.

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In fact, last panel with Allah teaches Is that something we actually need to pray.

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Sadly one of your boss or the alarm used to say

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that there are three versus three grades of people and he was referring to the three verses or any sort of ash. There are three grades of people. The first two have gone they have disappeared.

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You only have a hope of being in the third. The first two have gone.

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So strive to be of the third

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and which three groups are they? First of all, our last panel with Allah speaks of the Mahajan on the emigrants from Mecca to Medina.

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They were the elite amongst the companions of the messengers of Allah hottie

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Mahajan and Medina, headroom India in one word.

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Yet the uniform criminal law what

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wins Roman law what

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the

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law says that well, that Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam was given. This was for the benefit of the immigrants poor individuals who were driven from their homes and from their wealth

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seeking

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a loss grace and bounty and is pleasure.

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If the wonderful woman alive when Atlanta in Salalah, where

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they live Allah and His Messenger, some of the lighting or some of them, these are the true four ones. So this is the first group saddled us with the alarm who says this first group has disappeared. You can never ever hope to be of the first group

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nor can you hope to be of the second

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and the second group is that unsolved? Lots as well. levena What was that when he man I mean to him, you should warn them and harder to delay him. What are you doing a few saluting. How did the min mountain do? We fit on Anna and for some what organic masasa mean your old article one federal law says and those who occupied the city

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adopted

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from before the city of Medina is speaking about the answer.

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You should move to Manhattan a they live those who have emigrated to

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and that really meant something.

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The Mahajan

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who traveled from Mecca to Medina,

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as a lot describes them, they were driven from their homes and their wealth. Many of them arrived poor

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and needy, penniless, without shelter, without refuge.

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So the people of Medina

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had to receive them.

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And

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I don't like using the word but to help us understand, as in today's context, as refugees, those who have fled persecution, who have been driven from their homes, who have left behind their wealth, their belongings, who may have been wealthy before, but who now arrive, having had to abandon everything, and they aren't in great need.

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So what was the response of the unsired in Medina to these

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam made them brothers. They shared their wealth and their belongings, and their orchards.

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And not only that, but as a law testifies. You should warn them and hardly anything that says a lot. They love those who emigrated to, they didn't just tolerate, they didn't just assist them.

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They didn't just not consider them a burden. They went much further, they actually showed an experience and expressed genuine love for

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that was selfless. That was remarkable. And it wasn't just initially, it remained until the end, because Allah then describes if you want them and hardly What are you doing a few supporting him harder than mingma oh two, and they do not harbor any reservation at what they have been given. What does that sentence mean?

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Meaning, not only did the unsolved love them

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initially

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but from the very beginning, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam always showed privilege and preference to the Mahajan.

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So when he was seated in the front of his gathering

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seats were reserved places were reserved for the leading Mahajan.

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When he led sulla

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it was mainly the leading Mahajan who stood immediately behind

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when he consulted this out of the love, first and foremost, primarily, he would consult the muhajir on the eloquence at each turn and teach

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the province of the law and he

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gave preference and privilege to the Mahajan own in many ways.

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And the Ansel so how about a viola and he could see that

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but we are the indigenous people of Medina. This is our city. These are our homes. We have welcomed them in our homes in our city, we have shared our wealth with them.

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And yet they have been given credit. They have been given preference, they have always been given priority. So what was their reaction? Allah Subhana Allah says you should warn them and hardly any him. They love those we emigrated to them not just at the beginning, but even later, we put on Allah and forcing him so you want them inherited a lien? What are you doing a few salute him courage at the mountain. And they do not have any reservation in their hearts. That's what they mean the Mahajan have been given. So the unsolved don't harbor any reservation in the heart of what the Mahajan had been given. So even though they would see that they would have been given privilege and

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preference and priority,

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they harbored no envy, no malice, no rancor, no hatred, not even any reservation, not even any reservation.

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Then last panel, data continues at praising the inside Wait, it's that one out and for seem that they give privileged to others over themselves, even though they may be suffering from

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warming you should have a folder at home, and whether it is protected from the greed of a soul. And these are the ones who are successful. And indeed, Allah removes all shock, or avarice and greed from the heart of the answers. How about all the alarm? And only then could they be like this? Sarah, there'll be a law who says this was the second group. You can never be of the first the marginal. You can never be the answer for both have disappeared.

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You can only ever hope to be of the third group, therefore strive to be of the third. And what's the third group? Our last panel with the algorithm continues when levena Jha will mean back to him. This is a third verse. After the Mahajan on the inside. Will Latina gentlemen back and those who came after them.

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They say

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our loan forgiveness was one in an levina sivakumar believe forgive us and those of our brothers who have preceded us in faith. Wala

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Fie, Rubina, rinda. Linda, Vina Armando from Ghana in Nakuru for him and do not create any little any rancor or malice in our hearts for the believers. Our Lord, You are the most compassionate, you're the most merciful. This is why I said

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it's not easy, cleansing our hearts of malice of hatred, we have to work on it and pray for it. And this is what law teaches us. And aside that nobody was upset the alarm timer says, and will harden their hearts but clear that unsolved their hearts were clear.

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The first two groups have disappeared, you have no hope of ever belonging to those two groups, the most you can ever achieve is to belong to this third group. And for that you must strive, you must work. And that third group is those who harbor no rancor no malice or hatred in their heart, neither for their predecessors or for their contemporaries.

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To clean apart. One has to actually work towards it and pray for it. In order to achieve this How about the love and the hearts Okay, the same sound of know your boss or the alarm

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of whom I've just spoken. Who's Who says of these three verses that you can never belong to the first two groups they have disappeared only the third himself. He was a military commander and hardly didn't will either have the alarm

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was another military command.

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On one occasion, they both had a disagreement, they fell out.

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So last panel who were the essays of these two groups, and we know

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that they were cleaning heart.

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That's what we believe.

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And yet,

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we know that they disagree with what

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they argue.

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And one of the reasons but so how do we reconcile these two? Very simple?

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How about the alarm?

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Were very In fact, the Arabs in general.

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Were

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a very

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unpretentious people

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watching you see is what you got.

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They meant what they said.

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They said what they meant.

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They weren't overly diplomatic.

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amongst themselves.

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They shouldn't titles, labels.

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Today, when we speak of each other, we always give one another titles. If it's just if we don't know each other, then it's brother and sister, brother, everyone's a brother, everyone's a sister. So it's a common title.

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And when we address

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senior people, again, there are titles and labels

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on when it comes to scholars and imams.

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And teachers.

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Some people like to make a point of saying only their name. But often

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we attach many prefixes and suffixes to their titles. But the Arabs originally

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were never like that. And if you look at the Sahaba of the alarm, none of them had titles.

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They all addressed each other by their first name or by their

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by the text they would name they would be given a good idea based on their eldest child, but often it would be the eldest child but it's not always nice. In fact, province little alarm It was good idea was I will pass

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an Indian shuttle the alarm on her she had not gone yet because she had no children. Sorry. She had no children. But the province the law it was in them gave her the Kenya the law that was her Kenya, based on her nephew, Abdullah was available the alarm on the son of a worm and her sister, a smile The alarm.

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So

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the Arabs

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Mercado de la Veyron, his Konya was boubakeur his name was

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the lover and would often be called double house. So ideally, we have some.

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So the Arabs love the colony.

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So the most they were very open with each other, they call each other by their first names. And if there was more affection, more closeness, it address each other by there couldn't

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be hardly any titles. They gave titles sort of sort of lots of the law it wasn't. And in fact, even when it came to the time, sort of the sort of La Liga Salatu was Salam. You will see in the books of heavy they weren't extensive titles.

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Let's simply say, Yasser Allah.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, himself, never gave himself time.

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And yet his simplicity or sublime

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when he wrote that letter,

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to heraclius, the emperor of Rome, he was the Emperor, Byzantine Roman, who had just recently vanquished the Persians.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wrote him a letter.

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And traditionally, emperors would

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attach so many titles to their names.

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Lord of the east and the west, and sun of the sun

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and Master of the realms and such and such

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when the

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam wrote that letter.

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It was so simple yet so sablon

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Mohammed bin Abdullah, he was suli he la hirak la Vina home

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from

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the slave of Allah and His messenger

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to heraclius.

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The Great One of Rome,

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Mohammed bin Abdullah

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and the province in the law it was

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was very balanced. There was simplicity and humility in that letter.

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Yet, even though he was addressing Irakli as the emperor of Rome, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was no way

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insinuating any inferiority, or submission. Rather, it was humility but with confidence.

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So what were his words?

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From Mohammed, the slave of Allah and His messenger to heraclius, the great one of Rome, a slim slim, embrace Islam, you should be safe.

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I've commented on that in detail in the hadith of heraclius.

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So fair to that, but there's How about the alarm and they wouldn't address prophets alarm and even some of the Grand titles, the most they would say is Jaroslaw.

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And all for DACA, Obi Wan meow.

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Mama, Pat, May my parents be your ransom or messenger.

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Otherwise, how about the law? amongst themselves? no fancy titles? They wouldn't even call themselves Brother, you hardly ever see.

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Brother full brother from amongst us. How about the alarm? never the case. In fact, not just amongst us how bad are the alarm, but even their students and even their machines? So when you look in the books of heading

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most of the books of heavies.

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Well, not all but many. The most famous period of the compilation of heavy was in the third century of hedra.

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So

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almost 300 years after the prophets of the law, it was

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shall we say 200 years and the third century 200 years.

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So the most famous authors have had either these whether

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this was a period in which they lived in which they produce their books.

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So Mr. Mallika have to learn law. His probably one of the more famous but early ones. He died in 179. History, but very few had Ethan's collection. And then you have your mom, or handle he died in 241 injury.

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And then a mom

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256. A year before him imagine

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that 255, Mr. Muslim five years after the man behind 261.

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And then even a manager to seven three will die or 275. Determine the 279 let's say 303, and so on. It was a math 311.

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But how are we three to one. So these are the most famous authors have had even their collections. They're all in that third century. But speaking of just these authors, in these books, sometimes you find nine narrators between them and the prophets the love it.

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Sometimes three, or four or five, but fewest are three, four, on average, five, six, sometimes even eight or nine. So despite having nine narrators ate narrators, from these authors all the way to 200 years or more after the province of the law it was you won't find any titles in any of the narrations shameful, na our from our our, our Eman nothing

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all you find is just the name. So this tradition of having just named without any titles, even for great scholars, this was this continued all the way for a few centuries after the Prophet similarly.

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Of course there will be given title but not in everyday use. So the Arabs were always a very unpretentious people. And that meant that with them, you got what you saw. They said what they meant they meant what he said

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And that means if they had disagreements, they'd bring them out into the open. And they would talk about the alarm that we learned at the beginning of sort of the project on that bucket and armadyl the alarm, both at its agreement,

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they raise their voices at each other in the presence of the messengers of the law.

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And the will number of incidents like that.

00:55:27--> 00:55:29

Once a working model, the law had words.

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And the law came to the province of the law it was an

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and Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam saw that he was upset.

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And the alarm came because he knew that a worker of the alarm will go to the province and the law it was him and he feared

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and then it's along very well, it's the story but the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to

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when he learns that the alarm and had words with doubleback, Prophet salaallah alayhi wa sallam told us how vital the alarm is not just addressing the alarm, but all of us either, saying I tell you leave my companion,

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leave my companion.

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But this How about the loved one who had disagreements they had words with each other. So sad would not be a cause of the alarm. He was a military commander, and kind of the leader of the alarm was a military commander, and they had a disagreement on one occasion. And its agreement was so strong that they both raise their voices at each.

00:56:43--> 00:56:44

And they part.

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So how did it or the alarm went and set, the alarm came this way, and had just had a strong disagreement in which they actually raised voices at each other.

00:56:58--> 00:57:14

So someone who harbored ill towards Heidi didn't know what either of the alarm, he thought that this is a brilliant opportunity to explore. So maybe I can say a few negative words about how he decided not to walk us.

00:57:16--> 00:57:24

So he sought that opportunity. And he began saying something to sagiv Nobu, a part of the alarm about holiday.

00:57:25--> 00:57:28

And they had just had their strong disagreement.

00:57:29--> 00:57:33

Instantly, sad, there'll be a lover and stopped him in his tracks,

00:57:34--> 00:57:43

and said to him do not speak ill of Harley in front of me, we may have had our disagreements, but our disagreement does not affect our body

00:57:46--> 00:57:48

or our hearts.

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And, indeed, that's how this habit of the alarm

00:57:58--> 00:58:06

once someone approached one of the companions, and said that you have disagreed with the other group.

00:58:07--> 00:58:10

And yet your disagreement is so strong that you have 14.

00:58:14--> 00:58:34

So what do you say of that? So he recited the verse of the one is that an AMA useability, Hindu Muslim, if one and Allah are valine, speaking of gentlemen, that we shall extract all rancor from their hearts. They shall recline on couches facing each other as brothers

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requiring an adult soldering with the poverty.

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So this is how this how well the love and

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hatred in Islam is about ensuring that our hearts are free from

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it doesn't mean we have to be one. In everything, in opinion,

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in speech, in appearance, in dress, in likes and tastes.

00:59:08--> 00:59:09

We can disagree.

00:59:11--> 00:59:13

We can hold different variants opinions.

00:59:15--> 00:59:22

We can have different tastes and lungs. We can have different directions

00:59:23--> 00:59:24

and preference.

00:59:25--> 00:59:30

We can strongly disagree about something no matter how passionately we feel about

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being all of these things.

00:59:36--> 00:59:43

We can it's impossible and realistic to be uniform in these things, especially in opinions

00:59:45--> 00:59:51

in views and opinions and sayings, even our practice, observation of religion.

00:59:54--> 00:59:57

What matters is that the heart should be pure of rancor and hatred.

01:00:01--> 01:00:02

Do not be hypocritical,

01:00:04--> 01:00:05

hypocrisy

01:00:07--> 01:00:14

and being pretentious is that a person attempts to appear and uniform

01:00:16--> 01:00:18

and conceals one's true feelings towards the

01:00:21--> 01:00:23

end says whatever needs to be said

01:00:24--> 01:00:33

in order to please and appease the other and yet heartless suspicion, rancor, hatred in one's heart. This is what is frowned upon in the

01:00:36--> 01:00:37

strong.

01:00:38--> 01:00:40

And this is why this habit of the alarm went on that

01:00:41--> 01:00:44

they were very open they would say what needed to be said.

01:00:47--> 01:00:57

And if if they were if they had words with each other, as soon as they had their disagreement or even their argument, they'd forget they will not allow it to fester with it.

01:00:58--> 01:01:01

And this is what's dangerous. This is Baba.

01:01:04--> 01:01:07

Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had disagreements with his one

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bubble bucket or the alarm.

01:01:14--> 01:01:25

He wants heard his daughter and shovel the alarm on her speaking to the little alarm it was him saying something to him in a manner which he disapproved strong

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so he actually went towards the

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morning from Silla love it Muslim came in between.

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and then later work or the alarm, heard both of them

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prophets and the love it

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and I shall the alarm

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in full agreement, talking to each other very normally. So we'll back out of the alarm set to them.

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include me in your piece just as you included me earlier in your wall.

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So Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had disagreements with as well as

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disagreements are natural.

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But once that disagreement has been had,

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it's it's been led

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then we shouldn't

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allow it to fester. We shouldn't harbor ill will.

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We shouldn't let it rot in our hearts, creating further problems. This is how the Sahaba of the labyrinth, utterly unpretentious that

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this is what being what we have been taught by law has to love it

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for your heart from rancor and hatred because hatred is not neutral. It's not settled it agitates and incites a person to committing sins and crimes and actually harming another person in many different ways.

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I pray that last panel enables us tons and May Allah cleanse and purify our hearts of hatred and in a rage

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in many ways, even psychologically and emotionally. It's far better to let go.

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It requires so much energy

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to hate

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to rage from within to harbor hates

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and sometimes you may argue well he said this she said this he did this she did this. What does it achieve? we hurt ourselves.

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Look at a look at all the a lot more. We know the story very well.

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His cousin Mr.

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falsely accused his daughter of a great sin.

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And

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she was the daughter of a worker of the alarm. And therefore the cousin of Mr.

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She was like her niece.

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And the alarm was Mr. Met benefactor.

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He was as guardian in many ways has benefited he spent on him, he provided for him. In fact, according some narrations, the very house in which he lived belong to the Alliance. He was living in Abu Bakar the alarm lines provided house

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and he was he was a poor individual.

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So one of the alarm would spend on him. So he lived under the roof of Abubakar of the Allah and he lived

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On the maintenance and the provision of a worker viola, who was his cousin?

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And

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how did it appear that he rewarded all of this grace, bounty, and generosity well slammed?

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So one can imagine how overworked it'll be a lot Reinfeldt

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when he heard this when he learned this he said Viola

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I will never spend a single dyrham again on Mr.

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To the day I

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saw last panel with Anna reveal that versus sort of the path of the verse. What I thought of the medical massage and you

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are keen on Mahajan if he is to be

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well, yeah, for where you're allowed to have water in your federal law.

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That's, that not the people of bouncy and grace marsh.

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Sweat and take that the liberal not give

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to their, to the renters and to the poor, and to the immigrants in the way of Allah.

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Wrong they should excuse overlook and forget.

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do not wish that law forgive you your sins, and allow his most forgiving, Most Merciful. So what are the alarm when he heard the verse, he began to weep? And he said, of course, I wish that Allah forgives me my sins. And then immediately he said, By Allah till the day I die, I will never again withhold a single lesson from this

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verse is remarkable, in that it teaches us how to remove hatred.

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Simple focus on the past.

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Ignore the negative.

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focus on the positive.

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Ignore the negative

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as a practical way of removing hatred from our hearts.

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And before I continue about this verse, let me give you an example of under the headings of what I'm going to do about ignoring

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the negatives. Well, you can't always ignore the negatives but you should allow the positives to overlook the negatives. Mm hmm. It actually relates to the front of the alarm

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that there was a man amongst us How about the alarm?

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Who used to make the prophets alarm It was a laugh

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and he was nicknamed What can you look him up?

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He was nicknamed

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a dunk

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because he used to play practical jokes as well. And the province of the law it was a little tolerated in humid

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and in Mohali, all that's mentioned is that there was a man called Abdullah that was his name Abdullah.

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But his nickname was Mr.

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And that's because of his antics and his behavior. He unfortunately earned that nickname. And he used to play jokes on people even to the prophets of Allah it was the prophets of the love it was Sallam he met him he tolerated.

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And this isn't mentioned in Wahhabi. So let me explain the words of Bukhari See, there was a matter of honor the love, I will say there was a man called Abdullah, who was nicknamed the donkey. He would make the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam law.

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And then I'm relying on other narrations and other books, and explaining how would you make the profits of the law? It was some smile laugh. And why was he called a donkeys to pay puppies to play practical jokes on people. Even with the profits of the learning cinema, not once, not twice, he used to do something regularly, which is that he's the golden buys from the marketplace. Or if there was a visiting trader who came in from outside the city. He used to go and buy things from him.

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And he says, This is my name. This is who I am.

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Let me take it off your I'll pay you later. So people, people, if they agree, then they would give it to him on credit so that he could pay late. And then he used to come and give the gift of what he had just purchased to the province in the mighty Sinjar sort of law. This is my gift prophets and Lola it was accepted.

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And then the credit would come to him and say I'd like painting

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Now what you purchased. So if he was with the province and the law it he would take me to the province of Newfoundland, and Seattle sort of law, payments money.

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So the province of the law Heidi who was selling would say to him that you gave me that as a gift as a hernia is the opposite of that I don't have the money. So the province of the law, it was the most he would do a smile and actually pay. And he wouldn't do that once he would do that, occasionally, more than once. So used to buy gifts, give it to the province and the law, it was one of them. And then when it came

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to PE, you'd actually say to the bottom of PE, pe.

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So he would make the profits in LA it was sort of laugh.

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But unfortunately, he had a weakness, which is that he would drink.

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Now going back to the head, Ethan

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and one of the alumni who says

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that one day he was brought again before the prophets of alarm it was

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in a state of intoxication, meaning having a drunk.

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So the profit some of the law it was some of them said to them punishing discipline him.

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So they fell upon him, disciplining him.

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So, the alarm will say someone said, and we learned from another narration that the speaker was himself, he actually said it himself. He said, Allah Milan.

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He said, Oh Allah curse.

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How disgraceful is this?

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How disgraceful is he? That time and time again he has brought before the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and discipline yet he does not assist.

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So remodel the alliances love Milan.

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All markets. What was the profits response and the lie?

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He said Latin Lang

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do not curse.

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For what I do know of him is that he loves Allah and His messenger.

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Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam overlooked

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the very sin for which he was brought before.

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And he declared even to a lot of the alarm that didn't curse even though he was the joke.

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People had nicknamed him the dog.

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And he was brought in a state of inebriation.

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And a lot of the love on him is anger saying, Man, how disgraceful it's time and time again, he's brought before the messenger Yes, he Netherlands in assists, profits in the live equals someone could remain silent and said, he said do not curse. For what I know of him is that he loves Allah and His Messenger, some of the love it. And this is

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going back to that verse, that verse teaches us how to forgive

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how to release hatred.

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And that is

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by overlooking

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the negatives, and focusing on the positives, perhaps reverse teachers, that's a law.

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And I end with this, look at what Mr. had done.

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He had slammed

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and perpetuated the slammed against his knees

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against his benefactors daughter

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against his older brothers, his cousin brothers or older brother's daughter against his own means against the wife of the Messenger of Allah. So love it.

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And that meant harming the household of the messenger of

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it meant damaging the dignity of the house of the messenger of a law.

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That was his guilt.

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And yet, does Allah mention any of it? No. This is what the law says. The law doesn't say, let not the people of bounty and grace amongst you referring to a bucket of the law.

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Let them not forget, let them not swear an oath that they will not give to those who are guilty or those who have committed this sin

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last days, and let not people of bounty and grace vow that they will not give to

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And then Allah mentions three things.

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All of them are about mystery

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that they will not give to their, to their relatives all in.

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One Misaki so Allah reminds Abubakar of the loved one, that regardless of what he has done, remember, he is your edits.

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So let's not the people of grace and bounty swear that they will not give to

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the red

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one

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and to the poor,

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reminding a worker of the alarm, regardless of what Mr. has done, remember one his relative to he is needy, he is poor. And number three, one more hygiene.

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And the emigrants in the way of a law that remember, he is after all one of the Mahajan.

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A lot doesn't mention anything else, no negatives. Regardless of what Mr had done.

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He appealed

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to all the positive and graceful sentiments of a worker.

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The level of one's relatives the level of the poor and needy, the level of the larger room and their recognition.

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This is how a large panel with Allah advised a worker of the alarm. And I mentioned that a worker of the alarm because

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he had every right to feel aggrieved. He wasn't a minor thing, yet a worker of the alarm instantly for

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instance,

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that is how

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we should remove in bold and bizarre from our hearts. I pray that Allah Subhana Allah enable us to understand what's a lot worse than the manner he was sold in the Vietnam humid while he was in love.

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