7 Blessings of The Ummah
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We are living in a time that is characterized as a postmodern age or in philosophy in the humanities as a post truth era, which means that many people are trying to water down the idea of truth. Many people are trying to spread this idea of or propagate this idea that all religious beliefs are equally valid, that we are all one. And that idea is what will make us truly peaceful. And it's a deception. It's a lie. Not only is it contradictory in terms of logic, not only does it contradict everything in terms of the notion of truth in philosophy, and that's one thing can be objectively truth, while everything else is relative. The problem with this when Muslims fall into it, and
usually in the sphere, or the realm of politics, usually in the realm of activism, to think that your claim that we are all the same religiously, is what will lead to peace is problematic. Because as Muslims, we believe that we are different as Muslims and we are different as human beings, and yet we can also have peace. And in fact, that's one of the basic tenets of Islam. That's one of the basic teachings you find from the time of the Prophet salAllahu alayhi wasallam when he entered Medina, and they established the student, Medina, a charter, political, religious, social charter Constitution, that included Muslims and non Muslims, likewise, at the time of, or whatever they have
been, but in the long run as a slum expanded out, we find that this was very common. And in fact, there is the famous charter of Roma Radi Allahu Allah when he entered Jerusalem when he entered and quotes and he established a peace treaty between the Muslims and non Muslims. So this idea that we all are exactly the same religiously as well as very problematic, and in fact, it's detrimental to the pursuit of peace in the world, because people will never all be the same and yet we are in need of universal justice and peace. Allah subhanaw taala reminds us in a verse that we have spoken about before in a hotel recently contemplado Mateen rejet leanness
Morona, Bill Murphy, what and how now and in Hmong curry were taught me know and I believe you are the best of people, the best of nations raised up for all of mankind, with three conditions upon all Muslims, these are three conditions of responsibility. This is what leads to that hide, that you command what is good, you forbid what is evil, and you believe in Allah. These are the three main conditions. And we've spoken in detail about this idea. But the reason we're mentioning this verse today is because our OMA was given many blessings and virtues from Allah subhanho wa taala, that oftentimes we don't talk about. And often times when we don't talk about these virtues and these
unique characteristics, the Hassall is of this OMA, we start to lose some days, we start to lose some honor and the almost struggles every time a believer starts to lose that sense of honor, our Ummah is affected by it. And likewise, if large groups of Muslims are affected over generations, we are affected as an ummah as well.
What gives us confidence and conviction in the pursuit of knowledge, yes, and the pursuit of good character is to also know how this OMA was given virtues from Allah subhanaw taala, as well as because of the honor of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam and of course, many scholars have compiled these virtues anywhere from 50 to 100, and more. And if we are to talk about just a few today, seven virtues of this OMA, we realize very quickly, not only does this give us a little more conviction and motivation to be proud Muslims today, but also with every virtue, and with every honor, there is a responsibility. So when Allah subhanaw taala tells us that we are honored as an
ummah, this means you are also responsible. So there's something we must do, there's an action we must take. The Quran for us is action oriented. There are actions that are internal actions of the heart, and then actions that are external and they are all important. So when we say we are an OMA that is proud of following Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam proud of practicing Islam wherever we are proud of being Muslims, even if we are a minority amongst minorities in any land or place or time, proud to pray in public proud to wear hijab proud to say our full names as Mohammed and Maryam, not mo in anything else. We are proud of this and we shouldn't be. But that pride does
not come about if there's something missing internally, we start to become ashamed and feeling like we need to assimilate in a way that causes us to lose there is that that came with Islam that ALLAH blessed us with every honor we hear about and every virtue of this OMA is a responsibility and a reason for us to be grateful. So how grateful are you to be
Amongst the followers of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, there are people before us who were not grateful and they lost the blessing that they had. They became arrogant, they became attached to other things. They followed other ideologies and they lost the blessing that Allah gave them when they were raised upon it. And there are many everyday who are embracing Islam all around the world. There are many people embracing Islam and they start to practice and find that virtue and honor more than those who have been practicing sometimes for 2030 or 40 years. What are some of the blessings of this OMA very briefly number one, is that the higher in this world the goodness in this
world remains in the soma. It comes through the final AMA, and Allah subhanaw taala said in the area that we referenced quantum Hydra omitting the dirtiness. This goodness is because our Ummah is responsible for commanding what is good. So when society is lost, when morality disappears, when there's a new ideology that is trending for the next 10 years, or something that is detested by a law is now accepted or forced upon people, we say no, we are going to still command what is good in a wise way in a strategic way, and forbid what is evil in a peaceful, strategic wise way. But we cannot shy away from it. And we reinforce our belief in Allah subhanaw taala took me no Nebula, and
we teach others as well about who Allah is. Not only are we supposed to practice, and there's your responsibility for yourself, now we have a responsibility to share this message with other people around the world. We have seen people come to our masajid, or call us or email us and become Muslim, because of a five year old students in their classrooms, and of course, others who embraced Islam, you know, in their 80s and their 90s. It's never too late to give Dawa. And it's not too little for you to give Dawa, even if it's through your character or identifying as a Muslim in front of others. Now, of course with this is as we covered before, it's conditional upon our actions. And while there
are many people calling to good and people who are specifically active in Dawa in different forms, and giving advice to Muslims or non Muslims, if you yourself are not going to participate in that, for whatever reason, if it's beyond your scope, beyond your qualification, at least let us be receptive to the advice when it comes to us, at least let us support those who are doing this work, at least let us support the institutions and the scholars and the Geralt, who have spent many years and decades upon the foundations of those who came before them, or the previous generations who built as pillars of the community who built the institutions and the opportunities for us to
propagate Islam, at least be receptive. Because there are going to be today as you all know, there are going to be people today and always going to be people like this in the future, whose primary role as Muslims is to discredit others, constantly tearing down institutions that are upon height, institutions that are not infallible they make make mistakes left and right and try to correct an advice. And you will find people like this propping themselves up while putting down others. And that is not a trait of scholarship in Islam. That is not a trait of sincere Brotherhood or sisterhood in Islam. That is not a trait of calling others too good in Islam. And while they prop
themselves up they may make themselves seem like they are the only true representatives of Islam, when in fact orthodox Islam and Sunnah and throughout all around the world, come in many different forms in different approaches different institutes, we need to be supportive of one another that when we see mistakes, we advise our brothers and our sisters, but when you see people being used by shaytaan, to spread rumors, or doubt or gossip or slander against scholars know that that is a trope of shaytaan that if there are external enemies, trying to discredit Muslims, there are internal enemies as well, may Allah protect us all. And so one of the scholars from the first generations and
fully Rahima Hola. He said, There is no one who loves status, authority leadership, except that he will always envy meaning he's always envying what other people have status and transgress. He's always crossing lines the way he talks about other people, he will chase the faults of others always looking for their mistakes as soon as they make a mistake. Let's talk about it on social media. Let's talk about it in person. Let's spread this information to others and they dislike other people being mentioned in a good light. And Wallah, he these are some of the traits of people we see today who do not have a proper moral be or moral being who do not have teachers who keep them humble and
teach them how to have an interaction with others. So be careful when it comes to following people in person or online. Be careful of what kind of things you propagate and you facilitate and you pass on when you are unsure of it. Again, one solution is for us to have wise friends and real teachers and mentors who will advise us when we make mistakes, because if you cannot take advice from the people around you and there's a person who cannot be given advice, there's a problem. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us Imam and layth Rahim Allah He came to agree
group of students they were studying Hadith in the masjid. And he saw something bad from those group of students in terms of their of their manners. So he said, You are all in need of a little bit of character other more than you are in need of a lot of knowledge. Meaning Yes, you can learn a lot about Islam. But if you don't have a little bit of good character than it's meaningless, it's hurtful In fact, for the Ummah for you to do that. May Allah subhanaw taala protect us. Number two, that we are the balanced nation, one of the honors given to this ummah, Allah subhanho wa Taala reminds us in the Quran, Waka Delica Johanna Martin Wasaga Allah subhanaw taala says we have made
you an OMA that is upon WhatsApp what is WhatsApp for? The scholars talk about this? There's an authentic hadith from Al Bukhari, in which the Prophet sallallahu Sallam quotes this area, as we are witnesses upon the previous nations. And in addition to this, and what he said is Aladdin just that we are people of justice. And the reality is the concept of being a middle nation or a balanced nation, or a just nation. Be careful not to fall into the error of thinking that this means that you yourself decide what is a balanced Muslim. No, it's for scholars to decide what is a moderate Muslim, these are words that are thrown around often today, especially in America. One time a young
man told me he was talking to someone who's considered very liberal. And he basically was was asked you really pray five prayers a day like you don't pray three or two or one is like why he's like, because you're clearly one of the more conservative strict Muslims. He's like, What are you talking about? He's like, Well, if you pray three, then I would have called you a moderate Muslim. So that's what a moderate Muslim is. Three prayers a day. The minimum standard to be a Muslim is the five pillars of Islam and the five prayers that we pray, what are you talking about? These words that are thrown around and oftentimes we make mistakes, perhaps not like the one the example of Salah we make
mistakes of assuming what is a balanced Muslim without it being based on scholarship or evidence or anything from the Quran and Sunnah. It's based on our wins that I see this as a balanced Muslim. Well, how do you know that that's true? If it's your opinion, that it's subjective, if it's based on a great number of narrations and the Quran and the Sunnah, you find what that it is more objective. So when Allah subhanaw taala says, oh, Martin was out or we are not like a hula Kitab, who came before and distorted their books, meaning we are not like those who base their religion not on any necessary command in terms of filth, but rather just spiritual faith. If you believe in God, you
will enter into His kingdom. And we are not like nations that rejected the prophets and in fact, killed some prophets before in fact, rejected every time a messenger came, rejected that messenger and held on to a book but did not really practice the entirety of that book. And so we are middle in time and space as well. We are middle in terms of the rulings Allah gave us in terms of the Shetty era that came down to the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. We are the middle and in terms of time that we came before the advancements, the intellectual advancements and developments, the many different ideologies, the many different advancements in technology, the Islamic Golden
Ages in science and math, and other discoveries that we are a part of in terms of our heritage. We came before the Industrial Revolution and contributed to it in many ways. So we are all met and versatile in that sense. But if there's one thing we can take as an action item from this area, a responsibility upon all of our shoulders is to be a person of justice, wherever you are, be a person who is truly exemplifying justice with your family, behind closed doors, with your friends, with your community with others be a person of justice, sometimes we become emotional, and we start to say things about other people. And we've crossed lines we transgress we're not being just way though
flintham fattiness. So in other words, let us be people of justice, may Allah subhanaw taala protect us, number three, with this eye as well. One of the virtues for this OMA is that it will testify against the previous nations. Anita Kulu shahada, Allah knows the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in authentic hadith, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said newer Alayhis Salam we know the story of newer we know the flood we know the ark, we know that there were very few followers wama no matter who Illa Pauline, very few. And they've been kept in the works of even Kathy that's mentioned that maybe it's 70 at most 70 individuals with their families. 950 years of
and Allah subhanho wa Taala asks, Nurhaliza Salam held beloved, did you convey my message and Allah already knows your honey Salam says yes, yeah Allah. And then Allah subhana wa Tada will ask the people of newer did newer Halleen Salam conveyed the message to you and they will say no, there was no prophets that came to us. So they are lying. Allah subhanaw taala will ask me how they he salaam who will stand as a witness for you. And he will respond and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa salam and his followers. So the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa salaam he's saying I and my ummah, My followers will stand as witnesses for Him.
And then he recited this idea and he said, and what salt is a large justice that we are going to speak the truth. Even 100 Rahim Allah he says our ummah will likewise all of us will testify not just for new Hala he Salam, but for the people of who would show it and other prophets and their nations. And one act that we can take from this is to recognize our role in spreading the correct message of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada in this world, not the distorted messages that have been changed over time and not the ideologies that people are falling into today, one or the other will law number four.
One of the virtues and blessings of this OMA is that it will not agree upon misguidance There's a famous Hadith we hear this often and there are many authentic versions of this hadith reported from Abdullah bin Ahmad Al the Allahu Anhu Ummah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in Allahu Allah Yajima or Marathi, I will call Omata Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam ala go that way. A doula he mal gemera With theory why were doula he either GEMA Allah subhanho wa Taala will not cause my OMA to agree on falsehood on something that is not true. And Allah subhana wa Tada is with the gemera, meaning the gemera of those who follow the Prophet sallallahu Sallam the bulk majority of
the Ummah, when we talk about this hadith, oftentimes it's misunderstood and misapplied as well. Many scholars have stated from the earliest generations, this is not referring to every single Muslim in the world, but rather people of knowledge that the scholars and advanced students of knowledge are not going to all agree upon something that is not true. So today, how can we benefit from this reminder in this virtue? Today, we may see some scholars constantly choosing minority or what's called a shadow opinion, a weird or odd opinion, but not once or twice, every single time, they talk about a matter dealing with Muslim Americans or others around the world. It's always an
odd case, it's always a very minor case that maybe one person in the past has ever mentioned. I am not referring to scholarship, in which as many scholars have stated in methodology in which someone generally is following the majority of the men terms of tradition and the authentic narrations that we have. And then sometimes making exceptions and knowing when to make exceptions in a responsible manner. There are people are always looking for a way to sugarcoat the rulings of Islam, a way to read to present Islam in front of non Muslims based on what they think non Muslims will like. And so they will hide parts of Islam and they will show other parts of Islam, when in reality, we are very
prideful of every aspect of our intellectual tradition. We are very happy and confident with what we have, and there's nothing embarrassing, or shy or something we cannot talk about as Muslims and this is the reality of our Ummah, this is the reality of our tradition. There are going to always be people who deviate, of course, and that's another topic and they try to reform Islam they reject parts of Islam, they reject Hadith literature altogether, they reject something that cannot be rejected. We are not talking here about the the boundaries beyond that, such as those who reject the belief that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is the final messenger No, that's going against the Quran
very clearly. We're not talking about those who have strayed from Islam in many different ways. May Allah subhana wa Tada protect us. But ultimately, when we talk about orthodox Islam and Allah here, it's so extensive. The more we seek knowledge and learn the more we realize how wide Islam is in terms of the different strands of our schools of thought within fifth and even within awfully that there are multiple strands within the Sunnah. It's a very gracious, extensive OMA, and we can and we should, and that is at the scholarly level, dispute and argue and debate in a productive manner. But what is more correct, have a view while keeping our hearts united. And generally if we are not in
that position academically or in scholarship to be disputing these things, it's not for us to debate these matters. May Allah subhanaw taala guide us to the best of character. Imam Malik Rahim Allah, one of the most referenced scholars in history in our tradition, he says Mrs. emphasizes manners more than anything else. He says, When I was a young child, my mother would put a turban on me so he can look up to the scholars, she would put a turban on me and say, go to Arabia or one of the scholars and learn from his good manners before his and before his knowledge. Even Muhammad Rahim Allah, sometimes he was so popular sometimes there were literally several 1000 people attending when
he would visit a new country, they would all come out to hear his lectures. And they said in many reports, that the students of knowledge, taking notes, were maybe the first few 100 in the front, the rest of the people were just there because they were so moved by his character. So moved by his manners, manners change us, manners really do change us and that's not something you can take just from a book. And that is why it's so important for us to study together to learn together to increase our standards in terms of in terms of in to have a proper, more upbeat and more upbeat not just within the home, but even within our communities. May Allah subhanaw taala accept from us
All of us, number five, as a virtue, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam one time was sitting down and agenda as passed by in this famous Hadith that Janessa when it passed by the hadith of anus while the long run, the man who had died, was a good man, and he was good to people. So people started speaking very highly of him. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, What about so they're making dua for him to go to Jannah they're making dua for him for forgiveness. So the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam said, What about the loose translation meaning paradise is guaranteed for him. And then another janazah came by and it was someone who had really bad character, someone
who's really ill towards others. And they started speaking badly of this man. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said what jibbitz So they asked him yeah rasool Allah, how is this guaranteed and that guaranteed, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it is the testimony of the people. This is what people are testifying to. And the believers are the witnesses of Allah on this earth. And another Rewi and mela Iike to Shuhada Allah He filled out for summer, the angels are the witnesses of Allah in the heavens, when to shahada, Allah, He filled and you are the witnesses of Allah on this earth. Now what we take from this as a reminder, we don't pass judgment people passed
away. We don't know where people are ending up unless it's mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah you never say so and so is in gender or in the hellfire. We're not passing judgment on people and we never focus solely on people's mistakes. But there is a stark reminder in our sunnah about the way we treat other people. Because if you yourself are practicing every area of Islam, but the huge chunk of Islam that's called the character and it is the heaviest thing on the Day of Judgment is missing because you're always abusive towards your family. Always abusive towards the community, always cutting people off easily always having a tantrum, always having a problem always being
heated very quickly, always creating fitna between others as well when any other biller. This is something that people will testify for or against, and is a really important reminder because the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us in the hadith of Makati, the heavy is deeds on the day of judgment on the scale of deeds are your manners, good manners will increase you in other words, your good manners will be the heaviest thing despite the fact that the first thing you will be asked about when you're resurrected when the hijab starts is Salah. So in terms of your personality, bother between you and Allah, you know what's important in terms of the Muslims responsibility in
society, it's your character, because your Salah may not directly impact other people, but your character will, you may be bringing people closer to Allah and pushing other people away.
And the reality is many of the problems that are reported, oftentimes when people are asking for help, oftentimes when there are many people struggling, even with faith altogether, it's because of some abuse that they have seen from Muslims. And the sad reality, to be very frank is that many of those who have made the wrong arrogant decisions of becoming distanced from Allah and that's their sole responsibility. They have claimed that it was because of some abuse they saw from their families, or from relatives are from their communities. It is actually the most common thing. It's not intellectual, it's not scientific, it's not a logical matter. It's the way they were treated by
the community or they have seen the community in terms of character. May Allah subhanaw taala keep us all upon the best of character in the footsteps of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam.
The sixth virtue is that we are followers of the final prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how much are we in love with Prophet Muhammad Allah, His Salatu was Salam. And he mentioned sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was given many characteristics and superiority over the other prophets in different ways. And one of the things that he mentioned, for example, that the fact that you can pray anywhere in the world, one of the things that he mentioned is the line of Prophets, has concluded with me, so he's the seal of Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And it's really important to ask every day and to remember as we are teaching and raising our children and the children of the Amana community. How
grateful are we, for Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, how grateful Are we that we are following his footsteps? The he is our role model. The he is our teacher on his salatu salam, the he's the one who made dua for us in every prayer, that he's the one who is worried about us and that we at times are not worried about our faith. He's more worried about us than we worry about ourselves. So Allahu alayhi wa salam.
One time, as one brother mentioned today, one of the Messiah, he said, there's this brother who every time he orders coffee somewhere, I guess, a place for coffee, and they asked him What name should we put on it? He says Mohammed, it's not his name. They asked What name should we put in? He says Mohammed. And he says, I want them to normalize saying Muhammad out loud as many times as possible and calling out the name of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, just out of love for the messenger Allah, His salatu salam, it's a very subtle thing. It's not significant, even though it is the most common name in the world, the most common boy's name in the world in different variations.
Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam Mohammed. In terms of the lifestyles that we live, are we really following his sunnah and showing that sunnah to others are we exemplifying it when people see us do they think wow
Islam, people have justice. People have integrity, people have hard work people have productivity, or do they think, Oh, it's a Muslim, I don't want to work with them. I don't want to interact with them. I don't want to have business dealings with them. If that's the thought, then that's very sad for them. And the reality is we all know as Muslims, sometimes we even are struggling with those problems. Sometimes we ourselves do not want to work with other Muslims because of what some Muslims do. And that's very sad. Imagine the feeling of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam, if you were to hear that today, the one who is happy and prideful to be following in his footsteps sallallahu
alayhi wa sallam will not say, I'm going to hide the fact that I'm a Muslim because I'm a bad Muslim. No, because you've taken two steps backward. One was that you are bad Muslim. And the second is that now you're hiding your identity. Rather, you should say I'm going to correct my actions so that I'm a better Muslim and I will still identify as a Muslim. I'm not going to hide it as more or something else. No, you are a Muslim upon the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam be very proud, because Allah is proud of you. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam would smile seeing you may Allah subhanaw taala guide us to the best of character and forgive us for our shortcomings alone, the Amin
and the final virtue here. The final honor is that we have the final message from Allah. The final message from Allah. The previous nations were responsible to preserve their books and they did not the final message however Allah subhanaw taala took it upon himself to guarantee its preservation why the Quran international Zelena Nicaragua in Allahu Allah Hafiz alone, we have brought down a vicar, the reminder the Quran and we will take care of its protection and preservation. It's a guarantee from Allah because after Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam there are no more prophets. So our own ma as we are talking about the Quran, oftentimes we talk about why it's
important to read, but we don't emphasize gratitude for the Quran. We don't emphasize how grateful we should be that we have access to the final message of the Creator of the heavens and the earth. With Kudo Niramit Allahu alikhan wema Ancelotti communicator we will Hekmatyar it will convey remember the favor of Allah upon you and what has been revealed to you of the book meaning the Quran and wisdom by which he instructs you? How grateful are we for the Quran, if you say I don't feel like I'm connecting to it often, I don't feel that kind of clarity often start somewhere. But one of the best things you can do is to limit what's called intellectual junk that useless things that
don't benefit you intellectually. You know, you unlock a certain app 50 Or 100 Or 200 times a day, you can surely unlock the Quran up once or twice a day and have a session with a book of Allah subhanaw taala that will liberate you and benefit you in this life and the next and also anything that conflicts with the Quran. If you're always listening to or watching or interacting with things that are haram, how do you expect your heart to be soften enough to love reciting the Quran? May Allah subhanaw taala protect our hearts. Think of the example just one example and we'll end on this note in sha Allah. Think of this example of someone who takes in 100 Prohibited things a day 100
harmful things a day, whether in their words, their speech, their gossip, their texts, a waste of time, something haram they listened to or watched 100 times a day. And the only time they ever recited Quran was when they quickly prayed their salah, rushed out of Salah felt nothing from the Salah, and then wondered Why is my heart feeling like this? Why am I not motivated to read Quran? That's one day. The net result for one day is problematic What about two days? What about if you live as a lifestyle not connecting to the Quran and always taking in harmful things? The treatment is the Quran itself, to read it and understand it to read it and think about it to read it and
implement it may Allah subhanaw taala make us and our loved ones amongst the people of the Quran. May Allah forgive us for all of our shortcomings. Aloma Amin seek forgiveness from Allah, he's the oft forgiving the other merciful.
hamdu lillah wa Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah, who are early he was a happy woman older, a young brother once said, I wish I could have seen the splitting of the sea at the time of Musa alayhis salam. We asked why he said it'd be so miraculous, I would feel like I have so much emotion. It's an empirical miracle. It's one that you can identify in your senses, right? Or another brother. So I wish I could have seen the splitting of the moon that would have solidified my Eman. And what's interesting about these statements is they ignore the fact that we were given the final and that was given them what it is that no other nation was given before and that is the Quran and you have
access to it today. If you don't know why it's miraculous study and find out why it is miraculous. It will solidify your email and it will bring you closer to Allah subhana wa Tada and may Allah subhanaw taala forgive us with all of the things that we have mentioned today. These are some of many virtues that our Ummah was given. But virtues are also our responsibility. Our OMA was honored but that honor comes with a responsibility with some conditions. So let us act upon these conditions let us fulfill the responsibility we have as Muslims in this world. Let us make dua for our brothers and sisters all the time and work for their relief and work for their well being our brothers and
sisters in Pakistan, as we all know, are dealing with a significant loss and a significant casualty and of handler those who have passed away we ask Allah to accept them as Shahadat but those who are living need our help and our support, we make dua for those who are struggling every land and place those who are struggling locally as well as
We work for justice we were constantly we don't give up. Because yes, it may be easier to become exhausted and give up. But the reality is we have a very limited time in this world. And what you might think is easier in this life is not a form of ease in the next life, you will not regret striving for justice for the sake of Allah you will not regret it as you stand on the Day of Judgment. So let us be let us be humble and proud as believers be consistent and strategic. Let us be people of knowledge and people of character and may Allah subhanaw taala bring our hearts together and make us people who are guided and a guidance for others along mean