Ramadan 2018 – 04 – Virtues of Tawhid

Tahir Wyatt

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Hello without

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further ado he do

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Chapter

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Chapter 30 in the virtual domain and its explanation of sales have

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been overshadowed

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by shadow and no Mohammed Abu Bakr

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amin mamasan he was

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Mohammed

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he was aqui. And you may

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remember, after praising Allah subhana wa tada as you can send us a lot of Salaam upon listen to a loss.

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Start with chapter two which is the virtue of tawheed and its expiation of sins.

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Now, many of the subjects that we study, for example, we talked about the virtue of karma by the virtue of fasting the month of Ramadan, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, ever fast the month of Ramadan out of true faith, seeking a loss of reward than all of his previous sins will be forgiven. So from the virtues of fasting Ramadan is that your sins will be forgiven, from the virtues from the results of your fast from the fruits of fasting is that your sins will be forgiven while you're standing in the nights of Ramadan.

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You pray at night, the prophets of life Asana said what's the reward for whoever stands the night of Ramadan?

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The entire fall, he will also be forgiven of his prior sin. So this is from the virtue stop standing during the night in Ramadan. Okay, the prophet alayhi wa sallam as explained to us the virtue of many good deeds that we do. So for example, he says, from one tomorrow to the next Monday, that is, from one slide to the next slide. So what happens? What's the virtue,

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the reward for that?

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Then all of the sins in between the two tomorrow will be forgiven much too early, but we'll come back as long as one avoids major sins. The Prophet sallallahu wasallam also mentioned certain rewards for doing that we make whoever says

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can you hear me for a while and

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he says this 10 times, then it will be as if he has free a certain number of slaves from the children. His smile to the end of the peroxisome tells us an alliance of adult enterprise well mentioned reward rewards and virtues for certain deeds.

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This chapter after we talked about towhee being an obligation on every human being.

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That's the first obligation the Muslims have abided by that obligation they have testified to last night

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and they worship a last panel China alone with this towhee that is the worst of the law alone. It's the first obligation upon all of mankind.

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Once we know that, it is an obligation and then it is the greatest obligation and that the greatest thing that we have been prohibited from is worshiping other than Allah fantastic. It is important for us to know the virtues of that Deen of worshiping Allah

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alone and that is what this chapter is going to cover.

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translation of the

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glossy brochure who believe tend to obscure the belief in justice, they will have security and they are likely guided. Okay. So here and we this is a sort of an ad many people read this if they don't understand what is the desire to actually say. Allah subhanaw taala says those who believe and not taint their belief

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The email with

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the word vote

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is a broad term. It means injustice, that means wrongdoing. And I'll talk about that in a minute. inshallah, let's just try to focus on what this is saying with the if prior to access those who believe, and don't take their belief with God. For them, they will have security.

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And they will be guided

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by security here, this particular eye

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is not just referring to the security of the Iraqi with the security in general. And the enterprise you hear left home, when I lay him, there will be no fear of

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meaning in the Hereafter, they won't face any punishment of the Fire. So here last time, they say those who believe and don't take their belief with,

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again, this, again, we're going to come to this means that Tony, they will have no fear, they will have security. And they will be from amongst the guy. Security means both in this like entity here, how's that? Fear is something that is what when your hands or your tongue, where's fear located?

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It's located in your heart. So to feel security, what that means is that a person who truly worship Allah subhanaw taala, His heart is attached to Allah, He will not have any fear in his heart, he doesn't mean he sees a tiger in front of him that's going to attack him that he doesn't fear, he doesn't have a natural type of fear. No, it means that he doesn't fear the things that come to him from the calamities of life, the things that he has to deal with, he has security, he has tranquility, he knows that Allah Subhana, which Allah has decreed for him that which is best, and he will have security in the

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security of the air, that means that he will not be punished in the fire.

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Okay, and he is going to do and he is from the, from the guidance, he will have guidance in this light that allows me to animal put him to find the straight path. And we asked the loss of habitat for that all we say, you know, sit on the pavement, do Serato study, follow guidance to the straight path, the path of the path of the prophets, the martyrs, the righteous, the truthful, no loss of habitat it has got. Now, let's look at the context of this verse.

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This verse was revealed immediately after the story of Ebrahim is selected, and the dispute that he had with his people, his people were worshipers of the stars, and their worship idols as well, that is iOS on Earth, but they also worship celestial beings.

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So he began to have a debate with his people.

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And he said, look at this star, I'm going to worship this star when the star disappeared, he said, No, we're not going to worship that. Look at this, the moon is bigger, let's worship that. In other words, he's showing them how feeble their argument is worshiping other than Allah.

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He gets to a point where the biggest of all those celestial beings that we can see being the sun.

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And he says, Okay, let's worship the sun, and then the sun disappears. And he says, I have not gone to worship any of these things. And he would just do what am

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i turning my face to the one who has created the heavens and earth, I'm turning my face to him, honey, Daddy with true monotheism,

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because he is the only one that deserves to be worshipped. They said to him,

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they said to him, they were trying to invoke the fear of the idols in the art of evil.

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They want him to be scared.

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And many people are like that today. Many people are like that today, people who worship idols. If someone says something about their idol, there are people who actually worship sanctions. If you break their stacks, they think that some major arm is going to come to you but to be struck by lightning or something like this.

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He says to them, okay.

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Well, that's a component and then

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I start to build a plan in unison, theoretically so far. He says to them,

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why should I be afraid of those things that you are worshipping, decide to love when you don't fear

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that you have associated parts

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So the law that he has not revealed to you in any authority is given he has sanctioned these things, but yet you're worshipping them and you're not scared. Why should I be scared of what you worship besides Allah.

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He then says,

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which of the two sides meaning my side, which worships alone, or your side, which is worshipping idols, along with which one has more of a right to feel secure?

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If you do,

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okay, then this iron was revealed and Latina M No 1am, young, female, those who believe and do not take their belief with that what is talking about here,

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it's talking about the worship of other than a loss of habitat, because injustice in the Arabic language that we're

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in the Arabic language, it means to put something

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in it, to take something out of its proper place, that is injustice. So when someone worships other than Allah, that is the greatest form of injustice, and Latina M and those who believe and don't take their belief with should

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they don't take their belief with the mercy of other than Allah. But then they will have told or they will have security and they will be right the guy. When this first was revealed, at the lava Massoud on the alongside angle, he says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam,

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he says that this first

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was difficult for the companions to to deal with.

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They found the car shop guy later on, it was something that they were worried about. Because if you look at the general meaning of the word injustice, that also talks is that also refers to since

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any types of shapes whether that's sense for you to another person, is you've done something wrong to somebody, or you've done something wrong to yourself between you and the last paragraph.

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So it is a conferencing of all of that. So when it says those who believe and don't take their belief with the justice,

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they will have security to companion said to the process of learning some of them which one of us has that mixed,

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is that mixed his faith with some aspect of sins.

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In other words, all of us have done some kind of sins. And if that means that the only way we can have a last chance out of security, the only way we can go to Paradise, we don't

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know what's going to be our status, this was something that was scary to them. And they were worried about us. And so they asked approximately son, I'm gonna probably say Sonam said Lacey lemon said, that is not what you're thinking about. And I'm just mad, because the last dissolve in the ship killer.

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Have you not heard the statement of the right to serve meaning Luqman is talking about with men, and the advice that he gave to his son. And he said to him in the ship,

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that in the shift is great injustice.

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So the promise of a wireless setup here is showing us that what is meant by this side is a shift to the left. That is to associate partners with the laws of Canada with time.

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What does this word mean?

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It means that the last time you hear we just say associate partners with a lot It means to divert anything that is supposed to be exclusively follow us

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to other than Allah. So other than

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a protector other than Allah subhanaw taala to put your trust and your full complete trust in other than Allah subhana wa Tada. These are all forms of

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echo II,

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which is the worship of the last countdown and all I want you to

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think about this lesson a lot of times is Muslims, especially for Muslims who were raised in Islam, raised in a Muslim country, all of their friends were Muslims, and they never experience

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life.

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As a man Muslim.

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A lot of times we don't recognize the value of what we have and the value of

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and that is why I lost hair which Allah gives us multiple examples in the Orion to allow us to recognize how valuable it is to worship them alone.

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As it gives us the example of why says no matter

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what

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I forget the the I maybe somebody can remind

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was the I

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seven and the last, the last kind of data says he gives us this pair of the example of a man who is owned by a number of people, their partners, but their odds with one another. All right. So obviously at the time that the crime was revealed, the system of slavery was prevalent that chattel slavery was no later one, but the fact that someone actually belonged a human being actually belonged to another human being.

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He was a servant.

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So let's turn that and say, okay, you have the example of one man who is owned by multiple people. These people who own Mr. Eyes was one of them, but all of them own here. So one of them tells him, go to Mecca and bring me something. And on the same day, the other his other Master, his other owner tells him go to the airport and give me something can you do? Well?

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No, he can't do both. At the same time, it's impossible. What is he supposed to do? And he's torn. It's torn between doing this and doing that? Because he can't obey both of them. But he has to have a folder. Because they both on here.

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Why don't you let

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another person he's the servant of one.

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That one tells him to do something that's within his capability. He doesn't. It's done. He knows what he's supposed to do. There aren't any alternative directives. He's doing one thing and one thing.

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So here,

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a must has Island says Hagia Sophia de mesilla.

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Are they the same? Is this one the same as that one? No, they're not the same. And so this is why, because what happens with the first one, His heart is torn between doing this or doing that. And this is why

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NASA decided on him all the time, when he mentions the virtues of tohave, because that's what this chapter is about. He says, women alchemy provide heating

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up

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to Panama, he says the greatest virtues of tau e

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is that it frees the slave who is the slave and the slave of Allah.

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It frees the slave of Allah, from bondage to the creation

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and having his heart attached to them,

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and fearing them, and hoping them and hoping in them, and working on their behalf.

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So if a person is a slave of Allah,

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and alaris

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says that we're supposed to pray five times a day

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that you pray five times a day, even if you are at work.

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Because you are a slave of the law, you're not the slave of your manager at the job.

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When you are a slave of Allah, subhana wa Tada. You do what pleases aligns with God and you are not concerned with those people who are not pleased with it.

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See, what happens for a lot of people is that every day they have to do something different, so that they can please this person, they want to please that person, they don't want to just please this one they want to so every day, they carry with them burdens.

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Because they have to please different folks at different times.

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Or they're hoping in this person that this person is going to do something for them. Are they scared that this person is going to do something that's going to harm them, so they live their life with constant anxiety, constant fear.

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But when a person is a slave of the loss of power, time, then they are free from that bondage of the creation of the SWOT the profit some of it was taught even at best. When he was young. He said, God bless you. It will pick any man or young man from the time he was very young. He was teaching him

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So hold firm to the worship of lost power died alone. And he taught him He said if this goal

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was to come together to benefit you, meaning you put your home in the coma, you put your home and people, they can only benefit you with that which Allah subhana wa tada has already written for you.

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If the owner was to gather together to harm you, all of mankind was together to harm you. So you're living your life in fear? What is this person going to do? What is that person going to do?

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If all of them were to come together to harm you, they can only harm you with something that Allah subhana wa, tada agreements against.

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And so from the virtue of

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that is that your heart is attached to a loss of habitat or not? You hope in Him, you love him sukanto attack and you fear him, that from the virtue of Tony, is that you are free

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from the bondage of the creation. And that is why it's appropriate to say that the only true liberation lives in servitude, it may sound like an oxymoron. How can you be liberated when you when in fact you are a slave?

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But the reality is, is that true freedom only comes when you are a slave of Allah subhana wa tada alone. So this time,

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Allah subhana wa tada is telling us that those who believe in do not mix their fate with

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with injustice, and for them, they will have security, and they will be guided. Now.

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An important point to understand about this site

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is that it is not restricted to should that

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injustice is not restricted to shift, we need to understand there are three types in every believer, and Allah subhana wa Tada. That's the prophet Isaiah.

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Even though it has some weaknesses, or other supporting evidence,

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that with the loss of Hannah was added, there will be three scrolls

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of injustice on the Day of Judgment.

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One of them

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is an injustice that will not be forgiven.

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And that is to associate partners with the loss of habitat. The other scroll is the injustice that is between the surface themselves that is that a person has done something wrong to another person.

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If someone works for you, and you withhold a salary, that's unjust. If you don't pay them on time, that's injustice. If you take something that belongs to them, that's injustice, if you speak about them behind their backs, that's injustice. If you insult them to their face or you mark them, this isn't justice. And guess what all of it is going to be dealt with on your p&l.

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The profit is selected with Sadam said, Well, let me show you a large Magellan is not going to leave any of

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that is any rights that you have over someone else, they will be given to you in full on the day of judgment in any rights that they have over you will be given to them in full on the Day of Judgment. And this is why I

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encourage us to seek forgiveness from those who we have bought.

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He said before the day when it will not be about the dinar in the data.

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In this life, if you also want something you can pay them back, you can ask them look, you know I say some things about that. I shouldn't have said

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no, please forgive me for that.

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overlook what I've done what overlook what I've said, pardon me, excuse me for that. And you can deal with that and dislike, you can pay them back. But on your PMI there's no harm. The currency or OPM is not dollars and cents is not reality.

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The currency on yo yo pm is good deeds and bank.

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That's it.

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And so that form of compression will be dealt with on the day of judgment and for the last scroll, if you will of injustice is this role of the person who has wronged himself since there are less than

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a person is left off something that allows him that is obligated upon or he did something that a loss of habitat and made it permissible. This one

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the profit idea so let's

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get that Yeah, that was

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that a loss of a job. It's not

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I'm really concerned with this, it's not as important as the previous two. And that this one is under a loss of habitat is Machina it is, if he will, he will forgive the person and if he doesn't, then that person will be purifying, and divine. So those who avoid all forms of injustice,

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they will have complete security, that means they will go together, and they will not be punished for fire at all. And they will have completely died, they will have spoken this line, and then the next. But the relationship between injustice and between guidance and security is a relationship what they call negative correlation. That is that the more you have, one, the less you have of the up. So the more injustice that a person does, that is the injustice that is less than

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the more injustice that he does, the less security he went in, the less guidance he has.

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And if one has the greatest form of injustice, which is a ship, that is the increments,

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and he associates partners for the loss of habitat, and then he will have absolutely no security in the here, because the loss of our data layer,

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because he doesn't forgive that part has to be associated with him, that person will be subject to eternal damnation

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and he will not have any salvation, nor will you have guidance. So that is the meaning of this act. That is the meaning of this is a clear indication of the virtue of TV because the one who embodies Sony will have guidance, and he will have security.

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The companion

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may not be released with a

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messenger some alarm system said, Whoever testifies that there is no true code accepted law alone was without any partners. And

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messenger. Jesus is a slave of Allah and His messenger and his word which he bestowed upon money. And the spirit of creating

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paradise and Hellfire realities allow it admittedly to paradise on how these deeds may be

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collected by particles

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by

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an assignment or the alone.

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In a Sonic, he was a he was from the outside. And he was from the tribe of elephants, right? And if you don't answer but two tribes, here in Medina, so he was from the companions, who was quite close to the property. So I sent him in fact,

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provides you with an assignment

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that will save the storyteller so that we can get through this

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assignment. As Heidi says that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said whoever testifies the five things, these five things that we want to mention, are last fantana will allow him to enter Paradise he will enter him into paradise, no matter what his needs are.

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These five things he said he testified

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that is so true, be acceptable, testify that Mohammed is slain and is

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to testify that he Sanjay salatu salam is his slave and his messengers, and the word that he was sold upon his mother

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and a spirit from him. And that Paradise is the truth that that Hellfire is the truth, I mean thing.

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But he says that if a person testifies to these things,

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that he is going to enter Paradise, no matter what he does, like, Alright, man, somebody says right here right now, and he comes in he says these five things.

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But then

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he prays off and on he misses salon.

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He doesn't fast every day in Ramadan. He drinks at night.

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Is he from the people of Paradise or not?

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I want you to answer the question you heard the heavy. This is the promise of life itself saying this nobody else.

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Is he from the people of paradise? Yes, yes. Even though he drinks and he misses fasting in

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paradise

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Okay, okay. So pay attention to the the purpose of why the settler did not say that this person will not be punished by lost paradise.

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What did he say? He said he's going to lead to paradise.

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Not everybody that enters paradise enters paradise immediately.

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Some people who enter Paradise will be punished in the fire first. And that's going to be the means of their purification.

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We should understand from this hiding place, some people think, oh, all I have to do is shake this. And I'm good. I can just say this every day, a couple times a day. I'll be fine. Going to paradise. So first of all, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Here did not say whoever says like

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he said, Whoever.

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Whoever testifies, is there a difference between testifying to something and saying something, there's a huge difference. There's a huge difference.

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When you testify, it's important for us not to say it as well, because it's gonna help us clarify the meaning of this.

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When you think of testifying, what do you think of right away?

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Outside of outside of religion, when you hear the word testify, when does that happen? at a school or

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at work important, right? Somebody testifies, somebody testifies.

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When you testify in court, usually, there's the there's two sides, right? There's a plaintiff, and there's a defendant,

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okay, each side gets a chance to ask the one who's testify because when you testify to something you are called a witness, right, you witness to something.

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So you're a witness, you take the same,

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and you testify, which means that you openly declare your story, something that you have seen or heard or whatever, right, something that you have knowledge of. And so now you're going to tell your story of what you have.

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Now, you get questioned by one side,

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maybe that person is lying on the same.

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What happens they get questioned by the other side, and then the light comes out.

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They weren't being true.

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So in order for testimony, to be valid,

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there has to be knowledge, there has to be certain truths, that the person is actually telling the truth.

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And the person has to also say it out loud, or otherwise, it's not considered to be a Shahada. It's not considered to be testified, for example, some people say

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they talk to somebody about snap, somebody wasn't. And I say he was convinced everything I told him, he said it was the truth.

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He believes it. Okay, did he say that? He didn't say,

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that person.

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In terms of this life, how he used to be dealt with, it's not to be dealt with as a Muslim when he dies without going to trial and then burying him in the cemetery.

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his inheritance is not going to be distributed. If he you know, if he has put some relatives, you will notice some differences being amongst scholars, they're not going to take from his inheritance.

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Because as far as we're concerned, he never openly declared for something to be a shot, it has to be openly declared. Same thing in court. Somebody may have witnessed a car accident.

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But if they never go to court,

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they never take the stand. Have they testified that they witnessed it? They know about it. But if they don't say it out loud, then it is not considered to be a Shahada is not considered to be a shot. So the issue here is the first thing that we look at in this Have you

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ever tested a device? That means that they have knowledge about these things? You can't testify to something that you have no knowledge of?

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If you heard a car accident, how do you recall you heard the script?

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Right? You heard the script. You heard the bank of the two cards, but you around the corner you didn't see what

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can you say can you say in court

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You saw the accident? No, because you didn't actually see that. So you have to have actual knowledge of the thing that you are testifying to. You have to say it out loud, you have to be truthful in that meaning that you are truly convinced that what you're saying is the reality is reality. So, here, when we say that a person testify, to last Alaska, in the love letter,

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that he is testifying, to the fact that he truly believes that there is no true deity except the last. The last I saw john alone is the one who is deserving of his worship, if no one else, and that's what we talked about yesterday, when we said last night, in llama, that there's both there has to be both negation and affirmations when they're to be totally for somebody to be singled out. There has to be both. So he testifies to Allah and Allah

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and he testifies that Mohammed Saleh it was Salaam is his slave and His Messenger.

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Bye.

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A few things you

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have learned and actually learn some of them.

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He testifies that he is a lost sleep and His Messenger.

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He testifies that saliva is the slave of Allah will he worshipped behind?

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Because Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam is a slave, and a slave is bound to be worshipped.

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And so by testify that our Prophet is a slave, he doesn't raise him to the level of lordship, he doesn't raise him above the level that he deserves. But he also testifies that he is a messenger of a loss someone lives. So he testifies that he received revelation

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and that he is to be obeyed.

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Because he received revelation from Allah. So he doesn't deny the rights of the Prophet it is selected cynic, that is the balance of a believer, the balance of the believer and the one who truly testifies to what happened is the slave and messenger of Allah, that he will put the profit idea select the sedan at the level he deserves, not below the level of messenger ship and also not above the level of passenger ship such that he is one who is worshipped besides Allah subhana wa Tada. And we mentioned that there are people in this special unfortunate

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because of whatever they've been taught, and whatever they're they've inherited from their parents or their culture, that they go to the grave of the Prophet is alive.

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And they asked him for things.

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Some of them stick nose, in the grave of the Prophet it is.

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And this is real. One of the guards of the cooks around the house of the Prophet is like the same way he's married.

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Gave me a bag, which was full of notes that have been framed to the Prophet it aside from sitting

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on one of those notes, a woman wrote that she is from this particular country

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that she's been married for this many years.

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She asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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So let's start with the chat.

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Okay, she's asking the Prophet sallallahu wasallam directly for something that only a lot so a job can do.

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And this is the level of ignorance

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of some people who say Lachlan, Allah.

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Muhammad Rasul Allah, because otherwise they're not.

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They're not going to come. They say this, they testify.

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But because they don't know the real meaning of this testimony,

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that they fall into

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these types of acts that negate their testimony.

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And that's why it's so important for us to understand what the Shahada means and what it requires of us. So, we talked about letting go.

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There are some Muslims when you tell them that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said

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some

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They'll say to you, where's

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where's enterprise?

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If our Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, it's in the bribe, because the last time he said one man tassajara, Zoo, Buffalo, whatever the Prophet has given you take one and a half minute, and whatever he forbids you from that? Stay away from it.

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Okay, that's number one. But number two,

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if we said that it wasn't in the bride, but the Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us this, and we testified, and he is the Messenger of Allah, doesn't that now mean that we have

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absolutely

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testified that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah? Is these following things

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that you testify

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that he is to be obeyed.

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Number one,

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that you testify to the truth of what he has said

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that you refrain from all that he has prohibited,

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and that you only worship along with that which he loves.

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Let's do those again. Well,

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number one,

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that you testify that everything he says is the truth. He testified and everything that Mohammed is allowed to say instead of the truth. There's a lot of solace. And the people I didn't know that he doesn't speak from his own desires. And

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that is not only revelations that has been revealed to number two, that you evade him and that when he commands why, because he is

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commanding, you will realize that the gentleman has commanded him to come in

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a law whoever made the messenger as a way

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that you refrain from that which he prohibits women as manual until whatever he prevents you from that stay away from

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and that you only worship the law with that which he legislates.

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And that is because a large window told us in O'Brian and the old man

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that today I have completed your religion. for you The deal is complete. If someone comes and invents a type of worship, that the Prophet was Samsonite himself, allegedly.

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Then they are saying that the theme was not complete. At the time of the Prophet Muhammad Ali is what do you know that there's some people that gather together, and they sit around in a circle, they they dance, out of a bed, or a bed, they dance,

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and they rock, and they say, whoo, hoo,

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as a form of thinking of a loss, that will lead to the profit, or any of his campaigns do something like that. They gather around in the circle and dance and dance as a means of growing closer to Los Angeles. And these are the events

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and say, who wrote to each other? No. So if that was it be done

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by the profits of these campaigns, even though they are the ones who love the lives of the most. And they remember the loss of power, which I love the most, and they were the closest to us. They're the purest of hearts, they have the ability to do that.

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If they didn't do that,

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and the deal was complete.

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Then now a person comes in does that is even saying that the profit somebody was selling knew that he knew that we should have been doing that. But he did convey that message to us.

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Or that the practice of lighting was something didn't know that that was a good thing to do, but we do know.

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You understand what happens when somebody worships along

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with something that the Prophet and his name did not lead us

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in a manner that was that does not have any proof in Islam. So that is the testifying to Muhammad is the machine

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and that is the slave and that is that

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is the slave a messenger of Allah? Why do you think that the prophets why some single doubt, reason.

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Jesus had a son a

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moose is also the slave, the Messenger of Allah. Abraham is also the slave and messenger of Allah. And in fact Abraham is selected so there is better than most better than Jesus.

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Why?

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Because what

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because there is an entire religion that is built upon the worship of the silence.

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worshiping Him, besides a lot more along with a lot more believing that is allowed or that he is a part of.

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And so, the prophet is delighted with Sudan is saying that ever then she testified, that Isa is illogical Sudan is also

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is also the slave of Allah and His messenger. And then he is a word from a law that was bestowed upon money. What is that word? That word is

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in the man, miserly saying the line command.

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bacillary saying the line,

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the example of the sun.

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And the sign of a lie is like the example of

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a woman karate.

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He created him from dirt. And then he said to him, me, and he was so the same way that Adam was created without a mother and without a father. He sided selection. So that was created without a father. It was the word of a loss of power time, that was,

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please placed aside the moon aquarium, are they a select personnel? by

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this word, we have to believe that we believe that he said, it was him Sam was created, miraculously. Some of the early practitioners of Christianity did not believe that.

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And the Jews, who to whom he sat intellectual sit down with since they believe that his father was Joseph the carpenter,

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and they believe that he has illicit relationship with money.

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And so the Muslim,

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by testify that Lisa is the slave of Allah,

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then we say that you can be raised to the level of stewardship.

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And we testify that he is the Messenger of Allah. So we don't do to him as the majority of the Jews did, and that was denying this message.

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Some of the Jews affirm this, but they were his disciples, as we know, a Saudi salatu salam. Was Jesus a Christian? By the way?

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It's not a trick question. Was Jesus a Christian?

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Was Jesus a Jew?

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By Okay, that was a trick question was Jesus from

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now, Jesus was from the children of Israel.

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And he was sent to the children of Israel, who later called themselves Jews.

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And Judaism became a religion. But Jewish in terms of culture, Jesus was a Jew, in terms of ethnicity, he was a two. And he was set to the Jewish people in religion was never meant to be a religion for all of mankind.

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So we testify that he was a slave of Allah, and the Messenger of Allah, and the word of a lie, and that is the word coup. He was created by the word beat, and then he was, and that he was a spirit that was created by the last time, we also testify. And whenever it testifies, that Paradise is the truth, that it is real, that hell is the truth that it is real, that is really a year after, which is inclusive of believing that there's resurrection, that there are scales that a person is going to be held accountable,

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and that those who have held to lead, that they will be from the people of Paradise, and that those denied to me that they denied the lesser than ship of Mohammed and so it was said that they will be from the people of help

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those who believe in these five days

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and they will be from the people of paradise. No matter what beads they do, no matter what bad deeds they commit.

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Eventually, a loss of habitat will enter them into paradise and the reality of this is

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a person who believes in gentlemen.

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That is that they worship Allah subhana wa sallam is seeking His pleasure and part of a larger dose pleasures paradise.

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They know the bliss of Paradise as described in the run and this is from the great lessons of Islam. If you read the Bible cover to cover, you will not find a

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vivid description of Paradise

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Which is amazing.

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As you read the Brian on

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every sword in your reading illustrated dad is talking about paradise. He's talking about the gardens underneath which rivers flow. He's talking about gardens Oh, no, that don't change. And no, that doesn't spoil gardens like this with the people of Paradise had.

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paradise in the Bible from cover to cover is a very abstract concept.

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Which is why most Jews and Christians do not have a clear conception of what Paradise is.

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Which is why you find some people who restrict, well, the other women paradise to this like jet jet this and this like that, Helen, isn't this like a national hearing? What do you do?

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as Muslims, we believe in the year after, and then here after consists of two boats, paradise Chanel, and a Muslim who really believes that is going to work for Jasmine, and he's going to do his best to avoid those things which will take him to the punishment of the Fire.

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So what who really testifies to these five things in general, is going to avoid those things which will take them to the fire anyway.

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However, regardless of that, the greatest of what you're testifying to here is that

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there is no deity and truth none that deserves to be worshipped, except for a loss of habitat. And this is one of the virtues of tohave, that it saves a person from eternal punishment and to fire that.

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companion is back, and I'll be pleased with him rated at the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Indeed, a lot is forbidden the Hellfire, for the person who testifies to there is no true God, but Allah See there by his face a portable audio pipe delimited fan, which is a very, it's actually a longer huggie it's been

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when he got older, he went live.

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And he was the one that asked the prophet Isaiah,

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to come make them have some love for them in his house, and at least when you're playing in his house, and he used to live in that direction, by the way between the profits mentioned and Uber.

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And he didn't have anyone that could bring him into the message. So he has the profit on a selected sedan to make some of the profits from it. Some came with some of his companions

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to the house of expand, and he prays in his house for them. And he told him that this is his consultant.

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Like

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what about the blind man

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who asked the Prophet Soleil summer?

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The same request any pray in his house. And the process of why he was selling was going to let him stay in his house. He said, because I don't have anyone to take you to guide me to the message.

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And there's, you know, perhaps certain things upon the path, maybe he's gonna fall or whatever.

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And the process of why that was set up, was about to let him pray in his house. And he said testimony that, do you hear the call to prayer?

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And he said, Yes. He said, for

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an answer that call to prayer is let him pray in his house, even though he was like, why did the prophets alive some of its been praying his home? Why didn't you give him a place to pray that?

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Because it banded further away from MST. And he couldn't hear the event. He couldn't hear the event.

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On that note, on that note, how far what is the distance that a person can typically hear the event?

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Without? Of course, we're talking now?

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Because Because this had he had he would have promised a lot of the success of testimony debt. Do you hear the call to prayer? Right? And he said, Yes, but he didn't answer the call to prayer, meaning you can pray in your house. That is one of the main proofs for the scholars who say that it is an obligation for anyone who hears the advance of writing and domestic.

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That doesn't mean that if there are speakers outside of the message that you can hear from five miles away, for example.

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Or if you turned on the radio, and you hear the event coming from the message to the radio you heard the other day, right.

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That doesn't mean that now becomes wise you remind you to break

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In the message it means for the person who can hear the event under normal circumstances natural circumstances as it was during the time of the Prophet It is so likely scenario. So the therefore the call from above domestic

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Danny at a higher place.

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And there was no air conditioners and no, you know noise pollution as we call it today. So you can hear from a pretty nice distance. And that distance the scholars say is approximately one and a half to two kilometers a mile to

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a mile and a half like that.

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So anybody that lives within a mile two mile and a half radius of domestic it is their obligation to spray the house on the block.

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Even if they say we didn't hear the exam, but doesn't some countries you keep calling it an outside. But you know, it's time to pray. And under normal circumstances you put here. So just like we don't make an excuse for the mic for when the speakers are out. But we say to somebody that three miles or four miles away has to pray. The same thing is for the one cannot call the man outside. If he lives within that distance of dimension, that it is an obligation for him to pray in congregation tell you it's been

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a long time as part of this heavy. The province of the lighting some says that what happened was some of the campaigns were arguing about another man and he was saying that he was a man that he was a hypocrite. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said here

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makalah nagla Angola that Allah azza wa jal has forbidding the buyer. For those who testified last left a lot that is don't be a TD true not true. Do

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you ever tell me that he can watch her loss sincerely seeking a lost face?

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And when understanding why this came about, you'll understand why that particular

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restriction, if you will, or qualification was added.

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Because here's the issue.

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At the time of the Prophet idea, select was selected

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was everyone who prays behind the Prophet

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a believer

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was everyone who prayed behind the Prophet a believer. No, they were the companions and they were believers. And then there were those who pretended to be Muslim.

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And they are called people.

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They also testify to Llandeilo as parameters there must be drama, in fact, the line with your says that

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anybody know the beginning of

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anybody memorize, when people

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call away,

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when they come to you,

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they say

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the same terminology right? We testify

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in law school law,

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how beautiful it is to and they put emphasis on it. You know the internet guy

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and be a surgeon. You are the Messenger of Allah.

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For Love, in the color of

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Allah knows that you are especially to Willow. Yes, she is.

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But Allah testifies that the hypocrites are liars. Don't they testify openly with their tone? Don't they say that you are the Messenger of Allah and they say that

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it's not coming from their hearts. It's not sincere. And so for the testimony of lack that in the law says benefit the one who says it has to ever tell me that he can watch Allah and has to be sincerely proceeding the face of Allah.

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To people still today to testify to like that a lot.

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hypocritically,

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they're not they're not sincere.

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People still do it.

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For example,

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a man

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falls head over heels focused upon

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falls in love, love at first sight.

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She's the most beautiful woman he's ever seen in his life.

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And

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she doesn't, she's avoiding contact

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In our entire life, she's protected her chastity for loss of habitat.

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And he's just in love. What do I have to do to get married to her?

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So no, you can't marry her. Unless you don't have to do

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you have to testify? That's it.

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That's it. Yeah, I have to go somewhere getting lifting water and no just testify like that's, that's all I have to do is say that, and then I can be a Muslim, and then I come back. And then he says, and then he says,

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but this is not sincere for last. Please don't get because he wants to get married.

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And the family is talking about that. When he talks about actions being by intentions that whoever made digital for some woman that was for whatever you made digital for, again, it goes back to intentions, and we're talking about sincerity.

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And so, people still until today

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may testify in a manner that is insincere.

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And that is why, by what is known as

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being by a thorough investigation of the Islamic texts, meaning the grind and

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through their own investigation, the scholars have said that in order for the shadow of Latin nylon order for testimony of faith, to benefit someone, it has to fulfill seven conditions.

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You know, any detail of those seven conditions, I mentioned them in brief, just so that we have a good understanding that just because someone says a shadow

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shadow ana Muhammadan rasul Allah, that does not mean that is going to prohibit them from entering the bank.

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It doesn't mean in fact, that they actually know what they're saying and therefore benefits them. So the, to put it in to two lines of poetry

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as a habit of helping me as much in the margin.

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He says that the testimony of faith will not benefit the one who says unless he fulfills the following conditions are one El Nino one caboodle while EPA funded email, a forum was set for one class one my husband, Allah, who may have

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you caught the 70

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lm now.

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That is the type of knowledge that negates ignorance of what lag lag law means.

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You have to have knowledge of that state. If someone says

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that the law means that there is no creator, except the love.

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Is that correct? That is the statement correct?

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There is no creator except the law. That's true.

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Love me means that there's no creator. Except? That's my question. No, it doesn't mean there are a lot of people at the time of the Prophet some of it was somebody

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that was simply meant that there is no creator, except the law, they would have been the first ones to testify

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about this matter simply means that there is no creator except the one.

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It means that there is no DNC etc. But there is no God, meaning that there's no one that truly deserves your worship, except the luck, so many of them would testify that he's the only creator, but that these other idols which are representative of different powers,

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they deserve our worship. It's like the Creator of the heavens and earth deserved numbers. And so therefore, they did not testify to that.

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So person has to know what night Tagalog means and what EMP and they have to have certainty about the knowledge with no doubt that they maybe make no sense that there is no testimony that that testimony doesn't mean that the invoice was from Hulu. And then they accept that fully, which is followed by and leading again, which means that they follow meaning that they put into practice.

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to testify that there is no deity worthy of worship except Allah has to be followed with practice. If somebody says it then they never pray. They never fast they never use it. They never do anything. What's your prompt this specific acts of Islam that would end

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indicate that a person

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is following the shots and saying that it doesn't benefit them at all.

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That they are from food and their testimony. And that's what we just talked about, that they associate what was supposed to be the near 2.1 in class is the sincerest

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that they don't doing showing off. They don't testify because they won't protect you. Because they may be certain places where the Muslims are the majority.

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And so they testify because they want protection for Cisco asked me to cry last year data Olympiad

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and then the safety statement, loving it and loving the loss of data, which negates any type of

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dislike for that statement more than they were pressured into saying it or something like that.

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So these are the seven conditions of landline Allah, and the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is saying here, that whoever truly testified to this will not be punished in the fire back.

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Most

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teach me something I can remember you and submitted to you.

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By the way, many of the styles

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differ about the authenticity of

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the lady, meaning that it is an acceptable heading because of other narrations restricted

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Alright, now the first thing that we covered what it was, I mentioned at the beginning that one of the virtues of this book that is intended to eat is that it is primarily

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texts from the Brian ism

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and that over 60% of the I think the robo Guardian Muslim and that the other three are mainly authentic or fair. And so this heading that we're going to cover right now which is the second to the last, we have one more heading that will finish the chapter inshallah, the chapter dealing with the merchant of Chile who wrote this quite quickly. In this hadith the Prophet sallahu wa Salaam says that Moosa at a salon today said to Allah, teach me something by which I can remember and at Roca v and this is normally translated as I remember you and supplicate to you with

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Okay, he says what Allah says, Allah,

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Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah said to Moses, a land in the law,

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like

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Moses said to law, teach me something, by which I can remember you, and

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be supplicate to you, which is bound

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by the law of supplication.

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Yes, without baby, so

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in one sense it is.

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And that is that

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in the Arabic language is of two types

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of requests throughout, asking a loss of habitat. And then there is what is known as the back.

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It's the worship that all worship is actually referred to, as do I

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refer to as God. But even here, when a person is saying, like live a long day and testify that there's no

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truth except the law.

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As many of the scholars mentioned, this statement in and of itself, a person repeated, seeking the last man's out of pleasure seeking His forgiveness as well. When you're saying like that a lot you are, you are asking about implicit.

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So let's say in that sense, is both a form of the gift and a form of

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musasa.

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All your slaves say these words, Moosa

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says to a man. Hello, everybody says, meaning that all of the Muslims and Muslims were surrounded by Muslims when he was a Muslim.

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He said all of your service say less. And otherwise, most of us looking for something specific, something that would be is something special, right? That he could say that number

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What else to say? And he was thinking that this special thing that he would say,

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would be the thing that we're getting a lot more than anything else. Yeah. A lot said also, if the seven heavens and all they contain other than me, and the seventh, as well, we're all put in one side of a scale a lot, a lot, a lot more to the other than that I would have to wait.

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So here is what Joel is teaching us. And this

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is teaching us the virtue of life that he says

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if everything in the heavens in the earth

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was placed, you don't want to scale it right.

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Not not to scale it only as one would like to put the vegetables in another no but the scale that this is like, like the scales of justice, right? So you have two panes.

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He says if it was pan

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was everything in the heavens and earth, everything and everything was in one thing.

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And lag

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and lag

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was foot in the other Pan? Which one is going to outweigh the other

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leg

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pain is going to go down. It's gonna go like this and everything else is going to go up. That is the weights of La ilaha illAllah. And the reason why this Habib is considered to be so known the lady, meaning that it is acceptable because of other narrations, that particular this particular is that that is the chain of narrations of this it is not complex.

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But there are other adding indicating the weightiness or the the

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the weight of luck, and that it outweighs everything else in the heaven and earth. This is from the virtue of the statement of so he

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left

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him with a report from anus that he had allows messengers.

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I love the most exalted, safe person of other religions of the world full of sins, and meets me without making any partner to me. I will come to you with a similar amount of forgiveness.

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So notice here is

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the problem profit is in cinemas. Huggies is also known as a happiness footsie

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divine Cadena, if you will, it is the speech of a loss. That is not from the Quran, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says that a lot says old son of Ed,

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if you came to me with the earth, full of sins.

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And it's important that,

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you know, we take the time

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to recognize our sin.

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That we don't let the days go by without taking account of ourselves that we recognize that we have shortcomings. Even in the scope of Ramadan, as we strive to be the loss of power and data, perhaps we fall short

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and really fulfilling our duty to allow some kind of attack,

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especially when it comes to the sins of the tongue.

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Because they're so easy to do. They don't require a lot of thoughts. In fact, they require sort to restrain your tongue when you're used to talking all the time.

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And so to to refrain from saying things that are displeasing to us with that but the point is here that aligns the agenda

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is the most first of all forgiving and he says Oh son of F if you want to come to me, with an earth full of sense

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with an earth

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of sin.

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But you met me without having committed any shirt without taking any partners which makes you singled me out of your worship. You fear me alone, you put your trust in me.

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You hope to my reward.

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You love me like we love No one else. Allah subhana wa tada is telling us that if we turn to him in that worship, and we don't worship anyone else, even if we come with an Earth, full of sin, that alliance with Joe will lead us with an earth full on monkey forgiveness. That His forgiveness of Hannah which Allah is more expansive than our sins collectively.

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And that there is something that he doesn't forgive except for students.

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So this is from the greatest virtues of

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that as long as you are a practitioner,

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that you will turn to anything other than a lump sum kind of what's in your prayers, and you're doing

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it, everything that you do and your act and the actions of yard that you don't turn to other than a loss of habitat that you don't want to be praised by the people in what you do.

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But that it is only a loss of a job record that you see. This is from the greatest news that any more hate could receive. And that is that even if they have committed sin,

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even if they haven't repented from those sins,

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then Allah subhana wa tada

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is a fool. And he is not Rahim

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that he is the forgiver. And he is the one that is merciful. And he is

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he is the one that accepts your repentance, that even if you came with all of these things that allow us to handle what's out there because of your Tony, what we do with the earth below, forgiveness.

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And we asked the last panel to add it to make this for most people until the people truly turned to him in worship and not turned to anyone other than him. So

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that will include the second chapter for the

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exam. And so he

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and he shall Tada. Tomorrow, we'll be discussing more what it means to truly implemental at in our lives. Any questions related to this or fasting specifically, Michelle, Oksana will take the questions.

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On the corner of the Lord

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Krishna asks,

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throughout the year one deed is equivalent to 10

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is that the same in Ramadan, always a poisonous, okay. So

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there is no indication that that the reward is increased

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as the multiples of tags because of the month of Ramadan. So as you mentioned, whatever Heidi allows parents, it says

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that every action

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of the circuit of every action of the son of at any every person's action is multiplied 10 to 700 times every action

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is multiplied 10 to 700 times except for that.

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But in the lead when I see the last

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thing is for me, and I reward for it, meaning without any type of

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restriction without any type of restriction. So everything that you do, no matter what that the making, every good thing that a person does is multiplied 10 to 700 times

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in the month of Ramadan, there's no indication

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that it is going to be more than that.

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But but there is what is clear is that the more that a person's heart is in the activity better than they're doing, the more the reward is increased.

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In other words,

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a person breaks

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Okay, so not

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so much.

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That prayer is great for him is what

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at least 10 prayers, at least temporary.

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However, it says if he's going to be rewarded for praying 10 times.

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However, that is going to increase up to 700 times depending on how a person's heart was in the action and how much the action complies with the Sunnah of the prophet Isaiah select to select.

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And so if he knows how the prophet Isaiah select was celebrated, where did the Prophet raise his hands when he said a law

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and so he does is the Prophet sallallahu the setup done, which by the way, is either parallel to your shoulders or just below the ears.

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Right?

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authentic do not take the privacy somewhat like this

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When he said

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so in other words,

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the outward compliance of his ancient with the suit of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, as well as the inward compliance, how to search for sure is solid, then his prayer is the multiply that reward not because it is the month of Ramadan.

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We also know that in the month of Ramadan is

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labor to Salem and LP sha Allah

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the day the Knights of elkader is better than 1000 months. So in that night if a person does good deeds, those good deeds will be multiplied for him as if he performed them and of course of over 1000 months. And so we multiply like that, but that's what the the deeds themselves be multiplied in the month of Ramadan there is no authentic narration that indicates that it's a question that houses the Quran Allah say that you should be singular.

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Krishna asks,

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mentioned sadism forgive ship. How about somebody makes repentance or acceptance

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that the eye says in namaha layer below a huge shocker be where you feel bad when a day get

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a lot does not forgive their partners be associated with him. But he forgives anything. But he that anything less than that, but he wills

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What is this is talking about

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is that talking about this like

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is talking about the hero.

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In other words, if a person dies of mind shift, than a loss of how it's added does not forgive them.

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So a person who has committed shifts in this life and then turns to a loss of habitat and repentance, that this is one of the greatest forms of repentance. And all of the companions are the majority of the companions of the message of a lie. There was a lot to say that holy promised Paradise Lost friends out of prime spirit.

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They were from people who committed

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and they repented and they came to a say I want to be alone local Chad angle mentions his story of how he created his own

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idol with his own hands that he used to worship. And then I lost the power inside of him to the company Muslim. And the Prophet is what it was today I mentioned that he's from the people of Paradise from the tender war promised paradise. So if a person even if a person was a Muslim, and then they have committed an act of sugar,

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and then they repent.

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Allah subhanaw taala accepts their repentance as long as it's sincere. But there's no no action in this like what so ever that a person cannot repent for everything that a person doesn't dislike, can be prevented from

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it if they repent then Allah subhana wa tada accepts their repentance and they meet a loss of data without sin.

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The question is about those who live their entire lives without having heard about Islam?

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How did they fare? What is their condition in front of Allah Subhana Allah What's happening? These people are known as

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fetzima. Some of them I'm affected are those people who were in between messengers

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who did not themselves here hear about the message. It wasn't that and we know that most of the data sent to every nation,

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a messenger. That doesn't mean that every single individual from that nation has heard the message and that's important point to distinguish between

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All right, so there are some people, including today who may live their entire lives, not having heard about the true message of Islam.

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Some people live and they may have heard that word Islam

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but they know nothing about the message of Islam.

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So what is their status in front of Allah subhana wa Tada. Their status is like others from amongst them, others who have not heard the message of Islam, and likewise, those who did not have the mental capacity to understand Islam It is like they were insane or they had some type of mental disorder that not allowed them to understand they will be tested in the hereafter.

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The majority

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To have mankind's will be tested here on Earth. They will be tested in the hereafter their various narrations about what they tested will be.

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However, they will be made to know

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that Allah subhana wa tada is the Lord of their sustaining, they will definitely be made to note and then tests will be one of compliance that is, he will command them and they will have to obey. If they do not obey, their punishment will be the Hellfire and if they do obey, that they will be given gentlemen. And one thing we have to know for sure will lay young people up, I had that is something that we have to have absolute certainty that a law does not compress at what he does not wrong anyway. People who are punished in the Hellfire are punished because they deserve it. And Allah subhana wa tada says, In the bride,

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he mentioned this back in sort of hoppin

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Kokila hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen. Hello, again, that I

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but last minute Dharma talks about the disbelievers and that they will in fact, praise Allah Subhana Medina, even as they may punish to the fire. Why do they praise Allah, they praise Allah because they know that is just a punishment that they have faced is a punishment that is, in fact, just, and that is something critical for us to understand. And it's that beyond human comprehension, there are people who commit crimes in this life.

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And they are tried by a judge or a jury. And they are convicted of debt.

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And inside of themselves,

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they recognize that justice has deserved.

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They realized that the punishment they have faced, even though they don't like the punishment,

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they recognize that, in fact, Justice has been done, and that they are basically results of the criminal activity that they have been well,

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sugar coated, the question asks, Is it permissible to leave all on behalf of one's deceased father? And if so what's the method to do

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that? Yes, it is permissible to make an offer on behalf of one's deceased relative, provided that you have made armor for yourself first. So as long as you have made armor for yourself sometime in your life, that doesn't mean on this trip. But that in some time in your life, you've already made open up for yourself. And you can then make the oma on behalf of a deceased relative.

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And the way that that is done, and it doesn't have to be a relative By the way, it can be on behalf of any person whom you choose to make over on their behalf, as long as they do not have the ability to make armor for themselves.

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So that includes those who are diseases because they obviously cannot make do anything for themselves, or those who are too sick, to own to do the travel or something like that.

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And the way that that is done is you do it, you perform the same way that you would do it for yourself, starting from the macaques with a rod.

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And at that point, you can act to say, Lipica love on my own, but I tend and for that, you can say Oh Allah

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I'm at your service, performing this open up on behalf of someone.

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And you don't have to save it. You don't have to, as long as the intention

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that you have is that this is on behalf of someone else, then that

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the reward for that or for those to that person.

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And the rest have the right to perform exactly the same. You're going to tell via until you get to Mecca.

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Once you get to the tower, you're going to go around the tablet seven times making so often that you want to pray to rec x after your seven times around the data. And then you're going to make the same seven times.

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And you will be rewarded by loss of data as well. Not the reward of the homerun itself because that goes to the individual to you dedicate that.

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But we things that are beyond

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the can for the pillars and the obligations of the ombre, that that board is for you. So for example, making Dora or suffer Emma is not an essential element of your own. Meaning that if you did not make your own rules still valid.

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Now that doesn't mean you should leave

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But it does mean that the homeless still valid that drive that you're making, you're getting the reward for that because that is not from the essential elements of the oma that

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kind of

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stuff.