Sulaiman Moola – May 9, 2023

Sulaiman Moola
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the use of harsh language in Islam, stating that it is against the advice of the beforehand. They also mention a disturbing statement made by a contemporary Muslim who wishes to use a " hungover" language against a younger generation. The speaker suggests that the message is not straight and that people should not use it.
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So a believer in his speech is very refined. Yeah, you are gonna be your jacket will go far away I'm gonna fit in a walk Look at him. Chapter nine juice 10 Verse 73, Allah subhanho wa Taala addressing the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam says, O Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam be stern on the Mona fitteam work below. In order to be it is written, sternness here means don't give the Mona 15 leniency in the commands of Allah

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because they claim to say they're Muslims. So in the tenets of the deen don't give them leniency Furthermore, Paul to be and as mentioned in medieval Quran with the sole reference, follow what he's written

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for to be rights that sternness here has nothing to do what harsh speech

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because Islam does not approve harsh speech in any way with any human whatsoever

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because this is against the preferred character of the Umbria

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Allah says that the MBR will never harsh they will never stern they will never you know hardhearted in any way. Then move to Sheffield Rahim Allah writes in Merrifield Quran. It is sad and unfortunate that the harshness of speech is something that Islam does not tolerate with the most rigid and hostile disbeliever yet many contemporary Muslims will not bat an eyelid to use that language against fellow Muslims.

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He doesn't end there please read it in metaphor Quran he says not to mention those who will congratulate themselves for using condescending language against another Muslim as a service to the dean

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do me a favor go read it?

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I'm saying he saw a salaam as a child will speak like an adult. Today we become adults or we think we're adults. We are learned or we think we learn it. We are scholars or we think we scholars, but this is how we stoop and this is how we behave.

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