Avoid The Major Sins

Tahir Wyatt


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What do you think about that?

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Can anyone bless someone else with a child other than I lost him fat?

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No, that's impossible, only alive So Joe can answer that. So to go to anyone else, no matter who that person may be, even if it's an angel,

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even if it's the Prophet is allowed to say that that is shoot with less contact, that is to establish a bit, and to establish a rival. And this is the greatest sin in Islam period, the greatest sin that a person can commit, because this is the sin that a license does not forget, in the law. And if you can use a law does not forgive that a person establish or that a person associate partners with him. Right?

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ask you something.

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The great companion aroma, body a long time and

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here's why this point is important to understand is that a law does not forgive this shouldn't be committed with it.

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No matter the alongside, and who narrates them before he was a listener. Before he was listening.

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They used to worship idols, they had idols that in fact, some of them, they built their own idols, and then they worship after they go

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find the Prophet solo, it was said that he was one of the 10 and then maybe even the 10th that had been guaranteed paradise that he has prepared us by they don't want to be alone with China. And before it was a Muslim 30 Commission. Yes. And many of the campaigns that how can he be from gender and he can be shipped in Allah says Allah doesn't forgive him.

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understand the question.

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A lot of city doesn't forgive *.

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That was before the messages, a lot of you some type of write down right now, if someone commits shift.

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And then

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they come to a snag, they say head on, and then the last lie they pray five times a day today. They're not going to be forgiven for what they did. But that was actually the message.

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They received the message. They were arrogant. They turned the light on 20 years, they didn't accept this letter.

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Explanations I

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know, but

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Okay, so this is talking about those who do not repent. From a sense, though, as with the one who repents, if he repents from ship, which is the answer to this man, that assumes that we can

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buy it. So this is in the law and if you are used to having a law does not forgive those who commit with him, meaning those who do not repent from them, we are dedicating a chef, and he forgives whom He wills for other than that, whoever he wills, God, He forgives what He wills from whoever he wills, if it is less than.

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That means that a person who does not repent, a still be forgiven by loss of power out of is worse, de la jolla.

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For a person should subject themselves to a loss of his punishment, he should repent for your sins. And the person who repent a life hotel accepts his repentance, as long as his repentance fulfills the conditions which we talked about, on a number of occasions. So this has been the Prophet sallallahu Sallam says this shift was the worst after that.

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The Prophet alayhi salatu salam says to kill your child,

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to kill your child fearing poverty,

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fearing that the child will eat with you is the heavy nanny that you fear that the child is going to take some of your wealth.

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So this is the second greatest sin in Islam is to take the life of an innocent person. And if that innocent person happens to be your own child, that this is worse. And if the innocent person, your child that you are killing because you don't believe that a law is going to provide for you, then that is even worse. And that is even worse because of loss of habitat and

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created us to worship Him as promised us to provide.

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And he doesn't want any provisions from us.

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Allies. Oh, Joe said into Brian well my follow up to

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one is

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my only

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in the law

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So last minute that it said and I have not created,

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nor fan time, except that they worship me.

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I don't want any provisions from them and I don't want them to feed me in the line who was up

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the lung, he is the one who provides. So for someone kills a child,

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because they fear that the child is going to take some of their sustenance and their provisions. And this is tantamount to this believing

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that a lot.

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And he will provide and that each person come up with their risk, their sustenance and provision. That's why a last panel with that said, Well, I attempt to oladipo crush it.

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Don't kill your children, fearing poverty, natural novel, super play Yeah,

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we provide for them that we provide for you fearing poverty, meaning that this person is an impoverished, but he fears poverty by having children.

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That is why many of the scholars of Islam have said that to

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take birth control.

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For means meaning, from fearing that you won't have enough provisions to take care of the child, that it comes under the same rules.

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And the profit is allowed to select.

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When asked by some of the companions, about intentionally

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getting their wives pregnant,

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into force. The problem is that what good is

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that that is a discrete for a burying your children.

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birth control for other reasons.

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Annie, the woman wants to finish memorizing before if they've had a number of children and you're not able to give them the proper nurturing.

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They don't have a family support system. It's just the two of them, they had a foreign land, for example.

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And adding their social system doesn't allow them to raise their children. And he doesn't allow them to give the time to their children or other reasons like this. And many of the scholars say that this is permissible in this case, before person who fears

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that they won't have the provisions for their child and this is this is sewist somebody that is having negative thoughts about a loss of habitat. The lines of agenda tells us how to put the one at the

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high end as my service wants me to be

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being optimistic, which interests in a loss of habitat, he will not betray that trust. If you rely on allies in which he will not allow you to have to rely on anyone else.

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You have to put that trust and muscle into

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the profit. So that was Sam went on to say when to zania How do you like such a

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commitment adultery with your neighbor's wife? This is

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worship to kill your child fearing poverty, and then to

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commit CNET

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once you've committed adultery with your neighbor's wife.

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And this is for a number of reasons. Number one is we discussed yesterday.

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The neighbor has a tremendous right ovary

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and the Prophet sallallaahu. Sadam said that the one who was named was not free from his harm, he doesn't believe in another narration, the prophecy Some said won't accidentally.

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person whose neighbor is not safe from his harm will not lead to death. And it's a major sin to harm your neighbor, your neighbor. Trust you just the same way you trust your neighbor

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than you would expect the opposite. You would expect that in your assets. Your neighbor would love to look out for your best interest.

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But in this case, the neighbor has betrayed that trust and to betray a trust, when you are supposed to be trusted is even worse

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than something someone who has just

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committed adultery, money, and it's all evil. It's all evil.

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And it is often a major sin.

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But to do that to the neighbor's wife

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is much worse. In fact, the prophet is

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said to some of his campaigns come to the dead as what

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said that the prophet SAW Selim came out to them. And he says, What do you all say about Xena about adultery and fornication and illicit sexual activity.

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They said,

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this is something that Allah and His Messenger have forbidden.

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And so it is fun.

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So the profit is the

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for men

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to commit adultery with 10 point

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is less severe than for him to commit adultery with his neighbor's wife.

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This is collected by the party in another

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lawsuit that they're hiding sorry, for men

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to commit adultery with 10 women

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is less reprehensible than him committing adultery with his neighbor's wife. And if you think about it,

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any adultery can happen.

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Without much, if it's not the neighbor's wife, they can happen without a lot of planning.

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With the neighbor's wife, he has the plot and scheme.

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Because in general, Danny, if a man is

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at work or something like that, they develop a relationship, how do you develop a relationship with your neighbor's wife? And if this is your name?

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How exactly do you you guys don't work together, there's no reason for you to have that kind of contact in the first place.

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So there has to be a lot of plotting and scheming, watching when he leaves and when he comes back,

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some way to exit to the door just so that she can start to talk to me, we can begin a conversation and then study that he there's a process involved, which shows that there is hope, and it is filled in that person's heart. They've got them to the point where they would betray the trust of the neighbor in that manner. So here, we have three things the Prophet sallallahu wasallam mentioned,

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which is to what was the first one, the first the greatest sin in Islam, to commit to associate partners with a must count data to set up a competitor or a rival, and that in your worship have a logical double because he is the only one that deserves to be worshipped. And he created someone else created to find what worship number they did. And that is the sign of a true deity. Not just in Islam, but in other religions as well.

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Who is the one that created and fully implement it Shane

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was a creative

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and colorful semi wise he will not be the one that created the heavens and earth, but like people they have no certainty about. So it is a lie to them. Because He created you he's the only one that that deserves your worship. So the second thing

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is to do what?

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secure your job fearing that they will meet with you. And then the last thing now the current provisions elect here and then the last thing is to commit adultery with your neighbor's wife. Does anyone know I am the Brian that combines those three.

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I'll give you a hint

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so that we don't go far.

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One lady in La

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Ilaha NASA Valentina.

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NASA, those who do not invoke the deity other than Allah,

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Allah, you Yeah, for too long enough. seletti have mama La

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Bella is and they do not

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murder another soul take the life of another soul.

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And they do not commit adultery.

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They do not commit adultery. Some of the narrations of this having mentioned that this is was actually revealed what the prophet is often said and decided design after this had

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not been done.

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on now

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The last messenger to love while he was in the method, and then we're binding of his parents is one of the major sins.

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So for a man to insult his parents to revile as it says here for Manson assault his parents is from the major sense. Now, we're going to get to read the rest of the heading. But you, you have to understand that so the Sahaba

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this was something beyond their imagination. For a man, the province is legislation for a man to insult his parents

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is from the major city.

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Their response was,

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there is a man who vile his parents doesn't mean it's salt, revile his parents.

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It's like if someone said to you,

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if you are preying on Mars,

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you should face her.

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The question is,

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do people prey on Mars? Right? It's beyond your wildest imagination that there's even something. Okay, so this is the campaign's response

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to the Prophet, it doesn't matter. It's all his parents who

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say something evil about his parents and curse them.

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Here applied, so a lot of money will send them Yes, your file with a father of a man who then reviled his father, and your vials of man's mother. And he reviled his heart he was right. So the Prophet is alive to Sudan says, to the Yes, yes. How is that a man goes to another man and insults that other man's fun. So in turn, what happens? The one who was assaulted the one whose father was assaulted, returned in insults.

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And likewise, he goes and he says something about the man's mother, that that man replies and says something about his mother.

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The prophet Isaiah SelectUSA, then said, this is from the cabana. That's the narration of Muslim and McCarty the promise of LA to San Jose, when f Medan came back from the greatest of the major cities, from the worst of the major cities.

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It's more person to insult his parents now.

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I think we understand that honey, but there are a number of points here that need to be brought up. So the first one is alphabet in major cities. I think that this is the first time we've actually come across the profit on a solid person and using that terminology, alphabets. And so it's important for us to know, but what exactly is a major sin? Now, aren't all sins major?

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I mean, if we look at the one who was being disobeyed, as it as some of the companions said, Don't look at the sin itself. Maybe something you've been should be small look at the one who you are disobeying a la jolla Jenna.

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So, is there anything that we can consider to be small, when it comes to visual because of a lie? So there no is fine.

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But without a doubt, that if we are human beings

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and human beings are going to make mistakes,

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human beings are going to make mistakes, this is the nature of the atom.

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And what is your job if we make a mistake, your job is to recognize that mistake and repent to a loss of contact.

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But there are some sins without a doubt that are

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simple than others.

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They are more grave than others. And this is why the prophecies have said that from the greatest decision we just saw the Honeycutt proceeding and you have them the album which of those sins is the greatest this and then that and then this? So you have the prophesied sound says Metallica bang, what is a major sin? How do we know that this is a major sin, so that we can be extra careful to avoid it.

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The scholars of Islam have given us

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some insight as to them.

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And the best definition if you will, is that which was lecture by chick was having TV on some of these books, where he said that the bravest up

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sins are that the major sin, or any sin is any sin, which has a specific punishment attached to

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any sin that has a specific punishment attached to it was one. So let's let's look at it real quick. The profit is larger than the capacity of the profit. So lightning is

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prohibited us from drinking while standing by prohibition. prohibition. Is there any

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thing attached to it? Any specific punishment attached to no? fight?

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What about death?

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In Islam? Stealing, someone steals something?

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Is there a specific punishment attached to what what is it?

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adding a lot of people misunderstand that they think that it's for anybody. You stole my property, therefore I'm going to touch it. That's there's a judicial process that it goes through. But the point is that guess that the same for for stealing is that the hand is to be set.

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All right. Like adultery

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is a specific sin. There's a specific punishment that has been ascribed to so they say a specific punishment, whether that is a punishment in this life, or punishment that is mentioned. For the hearing, for example, that this person will not intragenic

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I recovered I need this lightning

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was that

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the one who severs ties of kinship, will not enter gender that we gained from that that severing the ties of kinship is a major sin. Because there is a specific punishment attached to or for the prophecy, the lighter someone says that this person doesn't have any man.

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Like the Hubby, yesterday.

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You know,

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none of you believe he loves his brother, but he loves himself. And they say that

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this indicates that not loving to your brother, which you love yourself is a major sin

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are the prototypes on freeze himself that person,

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man, the Fashion Police I mean, they're the one who deceives or who cheats, it's not from us. The night shows that that's a major sin.

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You understand, it's not simply don't do this, don't do that. It is not allowed to do this. It is not allowed to do that, for example, the prophet alayhi salatu salam shall lie

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to me.

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And to say

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it is not permissible for a woman who believes that along the last day to travel without

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right, we didn't say she's not gonna go to gentlemen. So, this is not considered to be a major sin. Now, again, that does that mean that it is okay to do minor sin, that doesn't mean that what it means is that we should learn

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varying degrees of sin just like we learned the varying degrees of obedience. So we want to know

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what is what are the most beloved these guys so that we do them

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and we want to know what are the most hated things to our last few times so that we avoid them at all cost, so that we avoid them at all cost likewise, sometimes you are between something that is evil and more evil

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something that is bad and something that is worse. So if you have some fifth of your D some understanding of your religion that you know which one you have to do, you're forced you under situation you have to do one of the two

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so you're going to do the one that is the lesser evil to avoid the greater harm and that is why it's important to have some degree of understanding and and from what we get from this IP is that there are levels to cabac because the Prophet is allowed to sit and said Miss Akbar ultrabay daddy from the greatest of the major sins right? What is another benefit of of knowing major sense?

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What do we get? If we avoid those major says any memorize I am

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in touch to remove the value of metronome and I know caffeine I can say yes.

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The fields to modify

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if you avoid and when you avoid the major sins that we have

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prohibiting you from doing,

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we will forgive you and expiate the smaller misdeeds that you have done and entering into an honorable entering it into paradise. So this is from the benefits of

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knowing what the major sins are, so that you avoid, like this heavy. This kind of let's just

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try to wrap our heads around the last part. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that from the most major, from the bravest of the major sense, and so a man to insult to rebound his parents. And the explanation that the Prophet is selected for that game is a person directly reviling their parents think about it is this person going to respond and say you are a, b, c, and d

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is not direct?

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What is he doing? He has caused, he has become the cause of his parents being insulted.

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He has become the calls. And this is what is known. And with the scholars, many of the scholars thinking this idea is a principle in Islam, which is known as set

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which literally means to block the path.

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Meaning that part of our deep part of what the prophet is left with Sudan has come with is to block the path to evil, to block the path to what is gone.

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I really want you to understand, because this part of your religion, because sometimes people read fatalities, from the role of men who say that this is not permissive? What is it? What's wrong with that?

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You don't see what this thing is leading to. And therefore you don't understand why this particular scholar said that this is hard, but this is throughout it. So many aspects of the religion. It is impermissible for you to hate your brother in Islam. That's impermissible. You can't hate your brother, isn't it? We're supposed to love one another and the believers to one another like opinion. And he would like to build this is the Bible, Obama, not either we reinforce each other in strength, you can't hate your brother. This is why the Prophet is allowed to put things in place that would prevent us from having empathy. So the Prophet It is likely that none of you should engage Should I

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propose to a woman who's already engaged to anonymous.

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Right now that you should enter into the sale of his Muslim brother, how much is he offered it to you, and I'll give it to you

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10% less, because that's going to create enmity between you and your brother instead. And so the private idea, so I was saying, shut that door.

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Because that's going to lead to something that is that is a greater harm. And this harm,

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right, so this is throughout this county, another

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actually something very similar to this principle, which is in the state of Alaska.

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Well, that's a super lady.

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For your suit law, I don't want to the lady.

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And don't

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revile and curse. Those who they invoke, besides along, I need the other items that they don't personable,

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so that they will in turn,

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and salt, and revile the true guy, last panel, jack.

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So you cut off those doors don't do that, because it's going to lead to something that is a greater harm.

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So that is one of the principles that we give to this hobby. And therefore,

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what we gain from this says those things that lead to harm are also haoran. They also believe us.

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And if we look at

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the command in the Quran, for the believing men to lower their gaze, whether it be lower your gaze when we walk down the street with the ice jet, and you can see what's in front of that means.

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Look at that look at women.

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Nowadays, don't look at them.

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Because what's going to happen when you look, it's going to create something and either you're going to like what you see or maybe not. And if you do like what you see it may create lust and it may lead to something else. Right down the line. Anyway

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Who has committed adultery has started out by looking

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at anything just happening, you know?

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It just happened.

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There was he looked, and then there was readings, and then he was kidnapped, and then they met up and then, right, so then it didn't just start, like they started with the look. So we can cut, we're gonna cut this store off from the very beginning, set can literally cut that off, you cut off like that path that leads to adultery, don't even look, you don't look,

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finished, no problems with the law, the minute you start looking, and then it leads to something else that leads to something else, you put yourself in a dangerous situation.

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It's not just dangerous to you and your religion is dangerous to society.

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Right, so set them to do we understand that principle, to cut off the doors that need to go to that which is fine. And this is something that we gained from this idea. And very quickly as a side point, there are many rulings in this land that deal with set the video or cutting off the pan.

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And one of them that is important to know that many of the scholars say that that which has been prohibitive, because it is a means to something that is fun. And in and of itself is not that big of a deal.

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But it is a means to something that is major, a major sin,

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you baffling hatched, that it becomes permissible when there's a need for it. So let's take this issue of looking, right, you're not to look at it one

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one, if you go to the marketplace, and you're buying something, the one that you have to be buying something from is a woman,

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you need to be able to identify her in the event that there's some discrepancy in the sale. So in that instance, because there is a need, you can look

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baffling, it becomes permissible when there is a need. But if there's no need, there's no me, then we go back to the original rule, which is that this is a means to lead to something else. And therefore that door is set off in this life. And there are many other examples. And this is not the place to discuss them. But because this is something that we benefit from this,

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many of this guy was talking about it when they explained the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that it is from the grievous of sins, to for men to insult his mother or his spot. Now, again, this was at the time, the companions had even set out to sit for the alongside angle.

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And we know that in their time that this was something that was unfathomable. Today, however, today, we have people who directly insulted parents

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directly is something

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you should be very careful. Be very careful.

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If you have older parents,

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who don't know how to use certain technologies before,

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know how to use certain technology. And they can't figure out how to they try to do something on their smart phone or whatever it is, and they can't figure it out the things that you can hold give us. So that's assault, that's assault.

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Sometimes that will come out just like in the heat of an argument in the heat of a debate, you know, so be just be very careful of assaulting your parents, because they deserve your most respect. Don't even play like that. Unless that's something that she's not that they don't mind. And they have a good sense of humor, and they like going back and forth with you or whatever. But it still has to have its limits.

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It first has to be very careful not to insult not to insult their parents, even the small things that sometimes you may not realize that this is insulting to my mother, this is insulting to my father. That's the record, not to mention, then with the profit on a selection. So this is directly insulting one's parents, which is even worse than what the profit is often so that talked about, which is to cause them to be insulted. And therefore anything, anything that would this is just insulting. This is just somebody running their mouths this talk, which is not going to actually harm your parents and he's not going to preserve any physical ones. They may not even hear this person

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talking about

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anything that actually leads to your parents being harmed. Even if you're not the one who did it. But you were the means of that thing being done if you cost It

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was also something that is considered to be the greatest of sin. So we wait sometimes the person

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It may do something

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and you visit you're visiting your parents, just think about, you're visiting your parents.

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And you cause some drama on the block, you know,

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fight between one of the neighbors, and you and you're gonna go back home, you didn't do anything bad to your parents specifically. But now, they are going to have to face the consequences of what you've done. And they have to live with that. On a daily basis. Now someone's slashing the tires on a car because of you. Because of you.

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someone throws a rock and breaks the window at the house because of you because it's something that you do. So we were not to cause to be the cause of bringing harm to your parents.

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Well, I'm

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is not permissible for a Muslim to avoid his brother for more than three nights. When they meet this one, this one turns away from this one. And that one turns away from the other. And the person is the one who meet First, the other one

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for this heady, private idea salatu salam is discussing one of the major advocates of Islam. And that is that a Muslim does not shun his Muslim brother for more than three days. In this narration three nights for the seminarians three days, the point is, a total of three days and three nights that are Muslim is not to shun the word in Arabic, right from an hedgerow to boycott, to avoid or shun the Muslim does not do this to his brother. And notice that the Prophet sallahu wa Salaam says his brother here to remind you that this is your brother, this is your brother. And even if there's some

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problems between the two of you, you have to figure out a way to work that out.

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You have to be bigger than just going to turn away. Oh, and I see them at this particular gathering, I'm going to turn away he's going to turn away from me, and we're not going to initiate any conversation or reason when another work this thing out

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the profit it is selective a sedan says it is not permissible man in the Muslim fight, it is not permissible. Is there a specific punishment

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that is mentioned here or not?

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And one specific punishment on that no specific punishment, he just says it's not permissible. So what we gained from this is that this is not for the major sins, but you'll see that if the time goes on,

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if the time goes on, not now, it's not just three days, but it's six months, it becomes a year that it can be a major sin, and we'll get to that. But so here the problem is that after the Sadam says, Your brother to remind you that this is your brother in his name,

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and that he says the best of them, is the one who initiates the Select. The best of them is the one who initiated the selection. So they've been turning away from each other for some days. And then one of them finally says, You know what, this doesn't work. And the Prophet It is so it was said and said he shouldn't be like this. So let me go initiate you select, he is the better one in this scenario, because he is the one who initiated that reconciliation. This lamb doesn't want us to be at odds with one another. So not something that is fair commands, nor is is something that is Nam encourages and encourages the opposite, that we create these these types of brothership amongst each

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other. A bit of the above by him allows Adam says that, based on this heavy the scholars have consensus

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that it is impermissible

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for a Muslim to boycott the Shang, his brother for more than three days. Is there is he math, scholarly consensus that this is as he says, lay a juice is not permissible by

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it also indicates that during the three day period that it is permissible.

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So you might say well, why is that? We say that the base rule is that it is not permissible for you to avoid your brother like that. It's a shun.

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This is a slam. And a last round of data does not command us to do anything that is beyond our ability.

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So sometimes problems happen between people. And initially, in that first stage of anger,

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just avoid him. And he's angry, he doesn't want to see him and he doesn't want to talk about No, I don't want to talk about it, it's nothing to talk about the

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person feels oppressed and feels wrong.

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the Sharia allows us and in some room to get your head together.

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And it's permissible if you're not doing anything.

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And that scenario,

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according to this honey, it is permissible under some of the scholars have gained from this but after three days, I know you've had plenty of time to think it over. Now, your anger should have subsided, that initial anger that you get the one that may be a bit out of your control. Now you've gotten a chance to think about it.

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And now you have to put your exam first,

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over your feelings and your feelings got hurt and you felt disrespected, or whatever the situation may be. Now it's time to get over that.

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Yeah, you had enough time to bask in your in your feelings. And now it's time to step up and be a Muslim.

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One who submits to a loss of power to either recognize the probability someone said no, it's not permissible for us to do so now, the best of them is the one who starts with the or initiates the silence.

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This is as

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it relates to worldly matters. You feel like someone wronged you.

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Now it's time to work it out.

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Someone might say, well, what if they don't correct themselves? So you go to them and you say to somebody,

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and they don't respond.

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You now have lifted any sin that would have been coming your way. And now that person remains in their disobedience. And he they're the ones that are sinful? Because they are the ones that are actively cutting off that relationship?

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is giving them enough

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to reconcile, if you will, and Is that enough? That we give the snaps? And then that's it? And we don't need to talk about it.

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Some of the scholars say it's enough to give some answer that the hedgehog whether the shunning is considered to be a nanny. Oh, but many others say this appears to be the direct opinion

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is that no, you there has to be some attempts to make peace with one another. Yes, you might say, well, it's never going to be the same because sometimes things happen. Like

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sometimes a person shows you a side of themselves that can never allow you to look at them the same way.

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But you still have to come to some degree on you still have to try to make reconciliation to some degree.

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And there are many

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negative things that happen

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when a Muslim boycotts another Muslim.

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And you think about the first thing that we covered is that the duty of a Muslim or another Muslim is 116. That immediately gives the land. If the person asks you for advice, you give them advice, that they invite you to their home, you go to their home, none of this is going to happen. If you guys are turning away from each other, it's not going to happen. All of these rights have been sponsored.

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Think about this.

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Because this should be an encouragement, this happy that we read it right now is an encouragement enough that you know that you have fallen into sin. Think about that, I think that the Prophet is allowed to sit where he says that the gates of Paradise

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are open on Mondays and Thursdays and Sundays, Mondays, on Mondays and Thursdays.

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And Allah Subhana, which Allah forgives, all of his servants, who have not committed ship with him. Now, having said

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he forgives everyone who is associated he partners with him

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and we should be aware, that should hear you let you seek me he shaved head and that could be any type of shape with him

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may also include showing off which is a form of shooting. But swearing by other than last time was added which is a form of minor shoot. And you should be careful of those things as well. So the synapses that those gates of Paradise are open Mondays and Thursdays and the last panel to Allah forgives all of his servants who have not associated any part

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With him

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except, except

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for two people who have a grudge with one another lane over mesh net.

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And in contemporary terms, we would say that the right alright.

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The Prophet that it goes on to say, on guru Illa has a

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has a funny hat

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and the lighter the late their forgiveness until they reconcile till they reconcile until they make peace with one of them.

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if there is something between you and your brothers man make it right.

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Make it right so that we don't fall into these situations where we're falling into sin

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to the point that the Prophet is allied with Samson.

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Sunlight in some

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men had a horrible Senate. And he Some people say Who is it?

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Well, I'm already innocent. We were avoiding each other for days, five days, a month, what does it matter next all see, for the private it is. A man has an iPhone seven for one concept he that he

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selected by

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Apple down with another manual name or last name, that for the person to shut his brother to boycott him for a year is as if he shed his blood, his blood?

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And so some of you may have brothers, not just brothers in Islam, like brothers, who you have properties when you don't speak to haven't spoken since? You know, since our parents passed away.

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This one

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stole the house. This one did they Okay, whatever the situation may be, even if they're wrong, give us a name. Try to reconcile if, if there is no reconciliation that comes after that, not from your and we'll go from there. And

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then you've done what you're supposed to do at nighttime.

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And if you know that you're wrong, and you've wronged your brother understand that make it right.

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If then back what is rightfully theirs.

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honor them if you disparage them in the past,

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because some people and this is something that we should recognize with this

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is that most of the scholars say that this field is with the headjam. The boycotting or the shunning. That is for worldly men. If it is because of something that is related to the team, you're appointing this person because they openly say that you don't want any part of that. Your point is first, because they innovated something in his name.

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And you don't want to be a part of the innovation.

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Then you can boycott them, the profit is

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43 days, the profit is a lot to sell.

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And the rest of the campaigns boycott is

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three, the three that were left behind were the three that stayed behind on the Battle of Djibouti, you can go back to solar to Tokyo towards the end, and read those I actually deal with.

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They boycotted the following three days, five days, for 50 days, for 50 days, because it served as a means to get them to turn back to the deep turn back to a loss of data and to repent.

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So in those situations that are not a worldly thing,

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it is permissible to boycott for more than three days, but a lot of people and this is unfortunate.

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And it happens amongst the ignorant especially

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is that they

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don't like someone for a worldly reason. And they put a religious reason on top

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to justify to themselves and to others.

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Their shunning or abandonment of some other Muslim, but the reality is they are jealous of that Muslim or whatever the situation may be, then they quit a religious reason.

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boycott them because

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this is obviously not permissible. And it is deceitful. So the profit is tied to Sam here is giving us that netiquette of not avoiding your brother, and this is an indication of the importance of the Muslim Brotherhood, maintaining and maintaining that brotherhood and not allowing it to decay, not allowing too much time to grow. It doesn't mean that we're not going to have problems

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Doesn't mean that there's not going to be sometimes when there's a dispute, but don't let too much grass grow under them. And this is why the crops like Sam said three days you have three days. And then you need to sort that situation out. Maybe nighttime. So these are from the beautiful etiquettes of RV that the province of mining some has instructed us with, we want to start here. And we will pick up on Wednesday, we like each other tomorrow, there is not going to be blessed. But those of you who have questions in the class, I would greatly appreciate if you write the questions down and set them up so that we don't have to repeat them and ask What did you say again? And

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because it takes time, that's number one. For those of you who are watching on the live stream, if you have questions you can just write the questions in and inshallah either the brothers that are monitoring will forward those questions, either now or they'll be asked in the next lesson.

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If you raise your voice, please so that we don't have to

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on Mondays and Thursdays the water budget uses rather than number two, the two those two, they have a grudge against each other this one in that.

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Good question.

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So the brother said, we talked about the we talked about the level of the levels, that the need the levels of sin?

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So the question is, what is worse? to lie to someone? What's the hurt their feelings? You understand the scenario? In other words,

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the scenario is this. If I don't lie to this person, and I tell them how I actually feel, then I've always heard the if

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so can I lie? Like

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the first things. First thing is that lying in Islam is strictly forbidden.

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And if a Muslim gets themselves accustomed to life,

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then as the prophet Isaiah said, that is going to lead to the fire.

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Because you'd like to start out lying about what you need to be little things, and that is going to be dying about big things. And that is going to lead to deception and all kinds of things. So you should never get your tongue accustomed to life. That's number one.

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And for your children and one,

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the the way that you reprimand them for lying should not be like for other things. And they should be reprimanded heavily blind, you should really make them feel it and I'm not talking about you have to beat beat your child.

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And even even the way that the Prophet is selected was sent me when he talks about when the child turns 10 for leaving off the slot, knowing that they are to be physically reprimanded doesn't mean that you read them, like, you know, you go and you spank them or something like this, that that's not it's not what the prophet is,

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is instructing us in that

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it is to show them that I think it is the time to show them that you are and you are displeased with what they have done. But it doesn't cause them any bodily injury.

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You should never ever put your hands on the child in a manner that's going to cause them bodily injury. What it is, is that you have to have a means a way of also distinguishing and in between how they're represented. So if they do something that's minor, that you don't scope, you just tell them Listen, don't do that you shouldn't do that.

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They do something that's worse. And you can sculpt them in that situation what you know.

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But not to the point where you do something and not and don't consult, and some people say things to the children and lasts with them for years worse than any meeting you could ever give him.

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That totally destroys their esteem, their self esteem and these type of things like that. Anyway, to your point

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that is about whether whether we should what is worse to lie or to hurt their feelings. Lying is the permissible under all circumstances. Now,

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what you can do is

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with the exception, because the profit is registered in less than that there are three exceptions.

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To line and that is during the time of war, I'm not going to tell you the enemy yet, you know, hey, I'm over here, no, come kill me.

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And at the time of war, it is permissible to, to be deceitful.

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to one spouse.

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Okay, but even here, you have to be careful.

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Because many of the scholars say and even here is not talking about the rec line, we were talking about His entirety, and you have to get the word for that in English. But basically, it means to say something vague.

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To say something vague, like that may No, it's not a white lie white lies in this way.

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It is that is to say something vague that, that you intentionally are trying to make them Miss understanding, but you haven't you actually haven't said something you haven't lived?

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You know? So if, if, for example, they asked you, how do you like the meat? Right? If you say, Oh, it's excellent, she's gonna make it, you know, next week, you're gonna have to eat it again for the rest of your life.

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Right? So you need to figure out a way to

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say that you don't like it without hurting their feelings.

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I like what you made yesterday, better. Something like that. Maybe a little more, you know, seasoning, whatever, you know, to that you indicate that it's not your favorite view. Right? But not in a manner that because sometimes, again, and this is we talked about this yesterday as well. We, we don't always have to have an either or situation, no effort, put yourself in this situation. So you just have to say no, this is the worst thing you've ever focused on focus, since we were married, so like, you don't have to go to that.

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Right. So there's, there's an in between, that you can look forward to you're not actually hurting the person's feelings.

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The third scenario is to make a slap.

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And it's a brand new slack between the Muslims that in that situation, you know, you can say something, when you know that there are two brothers that have some problems with each other, you go to one of their brother who actually was special and maybe you should talk,

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hey, you don't really know that he respected then you go to the other one Listen, but I think that if you were the one to initiate the conversation that he would, you know, listen to what you have to say. If you want me to be there, I'll be there. And so you cause some people misunderstand that. And they lie they get caught in a lie that and they so they say you know salsa was singing your praises the other man. Listen, that is and he says so many great things about it, then this one finds out that he didn't say such a thing.

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And now you get caught and now they know that person won't trust you anymore. So the issue here is

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the issue of lying in Islam is not something that you ever want to get your tongue person to tell the truth.

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Tell the truth.

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And especially when it comes to the deen of Allah stands out, tell the truth. It's no shame. But if it comes to the point where now you either have to say something that is not true, or you're going to hurt someone's feelings, that's your only two options. I don't believe that that's, I don't necessarily I don't believe that that's ever the case. I believe that there's always a way that you can find something to say that's vague enough that you won't be lying. But if in that scenario, you're going to have to

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say what hurts the person's feelings? Are you trying to soften the blow if you got to from the type of an entrepreneur? First one is talking about how many Raka and tarawih?

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And the second one is, can you pay behind someone who is following an innovation blindly better than somebody who tries to make barakah of the property? There are two questions neither one of them which are related to the to the Duff's style, if there's things that are related to what we talked about today. I'll deal with those first, and then I'll deal with those two questions that came from the last lesson.

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So boycott a business isn't the same thing.

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So the question is, is boycotting a business? The same thing that is, it doesn't take the same ruling, as mentioned in this ad, which is where the property select Sudan says that a Muslim is not permitted to boycott or to avoid a another Muslim to shun another Muslim for more than three days? And the answer is, it depends on why he's, why he's avoiding that place. Okay. So if this person sells products, from a nation where the Muslims have agreed that we're not going to support that nation, we're going to come together to create an economic embargo to the point that we're going to force them to change

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Some of the political positions because this, in fact happens when it's done on the level of nations. And the levels of individuals, a lot of times it doesn't make a difference. It doesn't make a difference with an individual A lot of times, but when it's on a, on a large scale level, then yes, social person is boycotting, for some valid reasons, then yes, but if you're just boycotting avoiding your brothers, because you have some,

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you know, dispute amongst yourselves, then no, but you're free to buy from wherever you want to buy anything. That's,

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that's not something that his family is obligated upon us to buy from this person or that person. However, I will say this, especially for the brothers that live in in the West, can support a Muslim,

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or you may disagree with and a lot of their views, whether they be creedal or otherwise, is better than you supporting a non Muslim to help because even a lot of the Muslims you disagree with. So the non Muslims, they don't make a distinction between any of you all the same.

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You're all the same, they've got oppression the same way. Or they want to lift that oppression because you have all come together, the legs out. So I mean that that again, then there's a different type of an understanding of the religion that's required for those situations, it's not enough time to go into all of that.

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Like, the questions that came on the livestream, the first one is about total weird.

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How many right guys, we've gone over this in detail before and there's no doubt whatsoever, as discovered and mentioned that there is consensus amongst them, that there's no limit to the night prayer, there's no limit to the number of records that are prayed at night. So the person prays eight, or 10, or 20, or 36, like they used to do in this match of the Prophet it is Salatu was named for the time with the Tabby is no harm whatsoever in any

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of those numbers. And we dealt with it in detail, I'm not going to go back into the detail because it was dealt with for maybe 20 to 30 minutes in a previous lesson, as the brain behind someone who is an innovator. If their innovation takes them outside of the fold of Islam, then it is not permissible to pray by and if they innovation is not in the love and taking them outside of the role of Islam, then it's permissible to free bind. Because the rule is that he whose salon is valid for himself if he membership is also valid.

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Any new salon is valid for himself, then is imaginative is also valid. So not on the top of the video, but let's just talk about a fifth rule so that you can understand

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for the handling and then

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if someone each candle meets

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his will do is appropriate according to them.

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Hey, follow me. All right, for the rest of the Medan

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is we'll do this

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by having fun. So let's if you wouldn't you guys wouldn't be. So let's just say we have a halfling at the man. All right. They eat Campbell meat together, you will be alright.

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They stand up to fray.

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The Malik is the one leading the salon that humbly goes and makes you do comes back any phrase behind the Maliki the man who didn't make them go is the saliva.

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saliva is valid Why?

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Because the Maliki believes in himself he believes that his will do is valid. And therefore, therefore his saliva is valid for himself. And it is valid for the one who prays behind.

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If they got up to pray in the heavily that the salon they go, neither one of them will do

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is the saliva.

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No, because the heavily believes that it will do is not valid. So therefore it becomes his obligation to make people do

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a lot of this theme. You're going to be judged by what you believe.

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Not by what someone else believes for you.

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And that is why it's a find you to take some responsibility for yourself to learn your deed and not feel comfortable with it. If you were a businessman.

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And your wealth depended on it.

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You wouldn't feel comfortable just going to other people. So what do you think about this particular stock or that particular whatever? should I invest in this? You're going to do some research some degree of research means I guess you want to ask the experts.

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What you're going to do some degree of research for yourself. Why because your work depends on

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Your salvation depends on this is your need. Yes, you should go to the experts, you should ask the people who know, but you have to do some degree of self study of Islam. And again, this doesn't mean that you're going to sit like these students have knowledge and spend six years of your life, eight years of your life, you know, separated from the rest of the world dedicated to study, understand that's not an obligation on everybody.

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But doesn't mean that you can just be satisfied being ignorant, not picking up a book at some point, and reading and dedicating some time to some study. Oh, it shouldn't mean that. So to answer the question again, and if the person that you're brand behind, is inside the fold of Islam, even if they are an innovator, that innovation doesn't take them outside and call them a sanction is permissible to pray behind them. But if the innovation takes them outside of the fold of Islam, they are calling upon other than Allah Subhana Allah worshipping graves and these types of things that you should not pray behind them. Even if that person you're not going to say that that person is a

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Catholic. But the innovation that they've done is and it takes them outside you fold those names, even if you're not going to apply that directly to that particular individual. You should not pray behind him. Hello, Adam. So kind of along with me the shadow stuff, a little moments. We'll be late again Wednesday night tomorrow, shall we?