Ramadan 2018 – 08 – Calling to la ilaha ilallah

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Shaykh Tahir Wyatt in Masjid Nabawi (Madinah) | Ramadan 2018 Series

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He was saying to

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me, the author, autocracy, Rahim Allah to Allah, to Allah Masha to La Isla de la, chapter heading

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to the testimony and nothing to worship except for hamdulillah Napa will want to stay in on us. When we met Miss Gloria was, you know, cicr Medina, I actually love but I'm only familiar going for da da da, da da da

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da

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da Muhammad and I have to go Susana, Nevada a while he was happy to see on

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a Mac. This is the fifth chapter that the author is covering. And it deals with the call to lag lag a lot.

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And a lot of data says the Brian, woman accidental clone. Mmm, dang. Finally, the salty How about a mini Elon Musk give me a lot of data informs us in this verse, which we can translate that who is better in speech than the one who calls to allow an accidental cold and women dialing for men that he loved bombing the Saudis. So who is better speech than the one who calls to Allah? And does righteous deeds that says that he is from the Muslims, meaning that there is no body that is better than speech, there is no speech that is better, there's nothing better that you can do in terms of speaking, than calling to some kind of attack. And so the point that we've reached now, we've

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started off with the obligation of total heat, that is, this is an obligation upon every human being, not just the Muslims. Because we think about obligations, we think about saliva and the cat and these things, and that these are obligations upon Muslims. But when it comes to testify, to let you know,

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that testimony is obligatory upon every single human being. And it answers one of the greatest questions of life, which is

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created us Why are we here?

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Who created us? And why are we here? So this testimony today that Allah is an obligation upon every single human being, and that's how we started off. That's the first chapter or some referred to it as the introduction to clarify that this is an obligation for everyone, it's an individual obligation.

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So once you know that, then you need to implement it in your life. And that is why we study the virtue of until eat or worshipping Allah subhana wa tada alone. And from the greatest virtues of worshipping Allah subhana wa tada alone is that a person will go to Agenda if he testifies to lay, it fulfills its requires

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to implement it even harder than it is to excel until he and for those who excel until he covered the the if to the I had the which indicate that a person who excels in his tone he then is worshipping of Allah, Allah tada alone, of destroying the items, whether those be external items or items that are in his heart, that Allah subhana wa tada will enter this person into paradise without any reckoning or without any punishment. So it says if the author is telling us this is the knowledge that you have to add, and this is the actions or these are the actions that have to coincide with your knowledge, you have the knowledge and action once you have the knowledge and

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you've embodied that knowledge. Now it is time to do what to invite others to it. And this is the

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this is what we understand from solar philosophy. So let's Alaska Allah subhana wa jal as

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well as in the in Luffy. Hospital.

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What is that sort of thing?

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swearing by here.

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Alaska, what is the last one?

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time period Okay, that's good. So last minute that is swearing by time.

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Okay, or, or Allah subhanaw taala is squaring by the time of awesome.

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God, it could be time in general or it could be the specific time of ISIS.

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We are experiencing right now. What happens that awesome?

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After awesome, you start to feel like there is no time left in the day.

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Right? Time is running out. And so our last panel, Jada if we, if we look at it from that angle well last, right? That is that Allah stands out is actually swearing by that time frame, then Allah is highlighting for us. for mankind The time is running out in the in Santa Luffy host, a man, as this time is running out man in general, is that loss

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all of mankind? And then I lost palatinus dilemma Nina?

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Well, I mean, who saw the hacks? What's the loss, we'll be happy to stop. So then our last kind of data

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lets us know that there are some people who will not experience that loss. This is an exception to the rule. The rule is what the rule is that everybody is at loss.

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All of mankind, the only one who are saved from that loss. And this is the power of love is the beauty of this theme. Because the loss of power, which either does not just leave us hopeless, or we're all at loss, we do. No, no, you're not doomed. There's an exception to that rule, what you have to do is any livina M and

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those who believe and do righteous deeds. So the actual this book is actually set up like that. The book is set up to say, look, this is what you need to believe

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this is these are your obligations to our last countdown and that you need to know because he man, it's based on knowledge. This is what you need to know that these are the things you need to do, this is what you need to implement. So inland, either me or me to solid hands, those who believe in the righteous deeds, and that's between you and yourself,

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or between you and someone else at once a while. So we'll have the what's also the subject. And this is where the part of tower comes in. Because now there's a mutual exchange of truth. So now we're actually inviting others to the truth, we are telling them what we know to be correct. And prohibiting them from that which we know to be something that is displeasing to Allah subhana wa Tada. And so if that's doubt, that that is doubt. And the first thing that you call to is the worship of Allah subhana wa tada alone. And we'll talk about that a little bit more as the as the chapter goes on. So this chapter heading is

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the call to let

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you know what it is you've implemented in your life. And now when it's time to call others to it, and that call, by the way, dour now is an obligation upon the Muslims.

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It's an obligation, it's not something we shouldn't look at it as something, you know, as a side point, something secondary.

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Calling to a loss of power data is an obligation. However, it is what is known as HIPAA,

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which means it's a communal obligation, that doesn't make it any lighter. And we should understand this as well. communal obligation means that all of us, like let's just say, those of us who are sitting here, we have the obligation to call to ally, if one of us do it, two of us do our enough and do it, then we fulfill that obligation.

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But if none of us doing them, we are all sinful, every single one of us.

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And so we shouldn't look at that as being something secondary. And if you can't, if you can't physically call to Islam, meaning you may you may feel like you don't have enough knowledge that support those who are calling to support the programs, but with your wealth supported by spreading other people's knowledge that you may not be the one who can say it yourself. Whenever you can spread that knowledge by other ways through social media or whatever other way you can then the point is that it is an obligation for us. If none of us do it then we are awesome.

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Also goes on to mention the Holy

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Quran has released a lot of money

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and I want to cover it also powder Ronnie will not

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allow the exalted said say you're more concerned about a sudden, this is my way. I invite you to allow an insight. I am those who follow me and exalted this or not. And I'm not from those who are associated either

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really an injury? Okay, so this first the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam was commanded by law to say, this is my way, this is my way, and then the Prophet, and then it was fantastic explain what that way is. But I don't want us to, I don't want it to be lost, that this time comes at the end of sorts useful sort of use who led the study that they're all in a lot. say this is my way I call to Allah tight. If we look at the story of use of the story of Musa was an amazing story, I think it's an amazing story. And one of the most amazing aspects of that story and then directly relates to what we're studying today is when he first went to prison.

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But a to young men are also put into prison with him. Anybody know that story? You've heard this story before I'm showing credit is shot. So let me just, I'm not gonna go over the whole story. But I want you to see how it relates to what we're covering today.

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So what happens is, when they meet him, both of them want to tell him about dreams that they had.

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And they say that neurochemical machining,

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in other words, his righteousness was apparent. So Pamela, you can look at some people and you can see that they are most appealing.

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And also hands on and knows best. But you get that feeling that this person is upright that this person has a relationship with the last panel child, and maybe they stand that night and also die that gives them lightning today, maybe. But something about them just cries out to you that this person is upright. And so they looked at us to find a synonym, and they said, this is an upright man. And we want him to interpret these strings for us. And so,

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indeed, he was someone who could interpret dreams. So when they told him about the dreams, he said, I'll tell you about your dreams.

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But your food is not gonna come to you. It's gonna it's not gonna be mealtime except that I'll let you know. Before the meal even comes but before that, what did he do? He told them right away with no seeming connection in the village.

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I have left the way of a people who did not believe in Allah subhanaw taala nor did they believe in the hereafter.

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whatsoever.

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And then I follow the religion of my father's who were his father's, if you will.

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Who was his father directly? Who was his father?

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Yeah, cool.

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Okay, yeah, who was from the lineage of who?

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Yeah, so his fibers were plastic.

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They were those who call to a loss of power died and alone, and they shun

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that which was worshipped besides the lies. And he told them, You only worshiping a speck names of things, they don't even really have an existence, they have no power, they have nothing, they have nothing but names. And a lot of that has that sit down any authority for that guest sanction list. And so the point is that use of it is a lot before he told them the interpretation of a tree, which is what they came in for, he gave them a data dumps until he he gave them a lesson about worshiping Allah subhana wa Tada, Allah. And this is why you see me to be upright. This is why you see me to be righteous is because I've loved all that the people who have this belief in love stands out and just

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believed in the last day, and I've turned to the religion of my father's worse with the loss of campbelltown and alone, so that the Prophet is instructed at the end of the story of Musa disobedience. This is my path. And my path is the same as the path of all of the other prophets and all of the other messages while a quarterback equally or mature, masuleh, enabled alarmist, any, and all of them were sent saying and proclaiming, worship alone alone and stay away from false idols. So he says, This is my path. I call to Allah

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and brothers in Islam, this point here

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is an extremely, extremely important point because the Prophet sallallahu wasallam says that this is his way. Anna, one minute tip I and those who follow all of us are are followers of the Prophet Mohammed Salah, love it yourself. And so our way is the way of heaven. Some of it was in his way was what called supermodels.

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Also,

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the reason why this point is so important, and the author himself working on a lot. In his

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chapter issues that he mentioned, he says, How many are those, that this is an indication or proof of the importance of sincerity, because how many of those, how many are they who claim to call to us.

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But in fact, they are calling to themselves.

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And this is an extremely important point. And if you are ever involved in dour at all, you have to make sure that your intention is pure. Some people get involved in Dallas,

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because they work for an organization and they have to meet a quota.

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If we don't get 10, new Muslims by the end of the week

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10 new Muslims or Muslims, by the end of the month we're gonna lose funding.

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So his call now is not to a loss of habitat, and it's not sincere. It's for numbers. It's for numbers. Other people claim to call to a lost count after dying, but they're actually calling to the group or the organization or whatever.

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So it's not really for loss accounts, either. With the proof that if this person accepts this land, if it goes to another message,

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that domestic wedding except to this day or another Islamic Center, and at Islamic center where they accept this thing, that they get upset, you call to a love spouse, and

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you call them to Allah. And this is it, this is your obligation. And if this person feels more comfortable, at a different place, than a company left, your job is to call them to Allah, that's a call to yourself, your organization, your Islamic Center, or whatever that has to be.

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And this is extremely important. And another indication.

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This is also important, you know, for those who call to the need of Allah

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is that our Prophet Isaiah salatu salam

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called one of the most beloved people to him, to his left, and that was his.

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And he did not accept this land. And upon his death,

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you cannot guide to the heart that is you cannot die in the heart of those whom you like, and those who you know what I think the law

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is the law who guides whom He wills, when you go out to talk to people about Islam, you want to encourage them to come to Islam, don't get discouraged, don't get discouraged, if they don't accept the message.

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There was better than you that call to Islam for longer than you who knew more about Islam than your very few people except this man, his name was prohibitive. And

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how many people accept this naming of first year fairy

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fairy, even up until they hit it off the top of that, and

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there were a few 100 that accepted this thing. There weren't like 1000s and 1000s of Muslims.

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But he's better than you and character

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amongst his people, he was known to be trustworthy, before he even became a Muslim, you will not have time to be talking to a stranger that doesn't know you at all. They don't know your character. They don't know how you know you're standing in society or anything like that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam was known not to be a liar, it was nothing. In fact, even after he, even after he began to call them to Islam, they left their things with him. He was still a surgical me and truthful. And he was still someone who was trustworthy. So he was like the bank for them. They left some of their belongings with somebody or something. So it wasn't like they didn't know him.

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And on top of that, he was aided with,

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with revelation from the last time I stood alone with them. A lot of people didn't accept this thing. So you go out, it's not your job to turn people into Muslims. Your job is down. And down, they mean that some people are gonna accept your message. And it may mean a lot of people are gonna reject. And that's fine, because you're not in control of the results. And the minute that you think you are, is the minute that you'll stop giving down.

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Because you'll find that naturally, there are a lot of obstacles between a person in a slump

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maybe their job, maybe their status in society. They're worried about it.

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Maybe a sister is worried about putting on a dead baby, maybe maybe all of these things that come between them.

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And accepting is like,

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and it has to be a last countdown and then dies their heart and we're like, if they are not arrogant,

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if they don't refuse the guidance of Allah subhanaw taala, then we got into a slash.

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But that's not up to you. That's not up to you, there has to be a step that that take that they take towards the last time and a lot of people just will open their hearts. So the point is, the prophet alayhi salaatu wa sallam said, we'll have a disability, Andrew Illa, saying, This is my path I call to love

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me, and those who follow me, me and those who follow. So the call has to be to a loss of habitat, meaning that there has to be sincerity. And it has to be to the worship of Allah to Allah to Allah, Allah alone and that is why the prophet Isaiah Salatu was so damn said afterwards was so behind Allah Subhana Allah Subhana Allah.

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Glory be to Allah. So what does that mean?

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When you say Subhana Allah, what is the what is the difference between saying for example, Sudan, Allah and Allah

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Subhana Allah subhana wa a Guna level what? Like,

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why did a lot of parents either here say su Hana and you're gonna know why.

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Then he doesn't have a a child or a son. It's because when you say sui annaleigh, you are acknowledging the perfection of illustrations that that he is free from all imperfections. Arabic They call it a tendency, right? That you are declaring that Allah subhana wa tada and acknowledging that a large hotel is free of all imperfections and having a child for a loss would be an imperfection so you can

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write and that is why Russia data says he will soon Han Allah woman.

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So he's telling the prophecy, something to say so Pamela, and I am not from amongst those who associate partners with the laws of antitrust laws are both having a partner.

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It doesn't need any partners. He doesn't need anyone to help him manage the creation of Hannah what's out and more. Should anyone be worshipped along with him this kind of attire so this is the this is Canada's a clear indication that the followers of Mohammed Salah Laval he was alone should also be calling to Allah.

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Lacey's

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messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to wild in the jungle together exactly that so this Howdy, howdy. I will stop at each point and shut out so that we don't want to lock

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the Prophet sallahu wa sallam.

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He says that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said Why?

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Why have you been Jebel

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Ali alongside and he was the one on the front that

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said was Anna monastrell holiday because he was the most knowledgeable or was the most neither

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of halau and Cora

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and so the prophets who likes him and that's an important point to know.

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The prophets like Selim sent him to Yemen to give down what you woke up.

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And he was young, he was in his 20s at best, and the prophecy some still sets him to give and even though he was young, but he had something

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he wasn't just somebody who was young and ambitious and energetic. He was the most knowledgeable of the oma. What the hell Allah tala. So my ultimate devil was from the older man, even though he was young. And this is why the prophet Isaiah is allowed to say Well, one of the reasons why the Prophet is selected was sent I've sent him to Yemen. And when did this have been taken place? This Have you worked before hacked into a deck the 10 year what did the prophet SAW I saw them die what you

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said here.

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A lot of people would think that that's why a lot of people think that because they say at stake 10 years in Medina, right before he died, but the prophet SAW some of them died in the 11th year and he stayed 10 years and in the 10th year is what he made. So there was like some of me height in year 10.

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Prior to have

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the private idea select to say let's save here and attend here. The problem is why so upset why to get that

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And he told them

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up front of the book that your first act be okay. So the first thing that you told him was you are going to, you're not going to push the Kool Aid. These are not your typical, you know, paying in Arabs. These are people from the people in the book.

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And until today, there are still people of the book in Yemen.

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So the prophet Isaiah is letting my eyes know, these are the people that you're going.

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Why? Why do you think that is, as the day and this is something very important for you as well, if you're calling to illustrate it, and call it two o'clock is not restricted to calling somebody who is a non Muslim to Islam.

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Right, you may, you may call a Muslim to practicing Islam, you may call a Muslim, you may call him to correcting his understanding of Islam, you may have to call some of the children

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to doing the requirements of Islam. And so the point is, you need to know the condition of the one who your call. So the way that you deal with a Christian, or a Jew is not the same message that you're going to,

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you know, or not the same method perhaps that you would use with an ideology. Or an atheist, for example, who doesn't believe in God?

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The Christian already believes in God, I don't, we don't have to worry about convincing them of that. You know what we have to talk about now? worshipping Allah subhanaw, taala, alone and not diverting that worship to others. So the point is, this is what the prophetic mind that you know who you are, and you should don't just blindly say something to somebody

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that your person asked me, to call them to testify, that nothing deserves to be worshipped except for.

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And then another narration and another version of this tradition to single out Allah, Allah worship. If you don't, if they obey you in this in further, Allah has prescribed for them to offer five daily prayers. Okay, stop there. So the prophesy sub says you're going to a people from the People of the Book. So let the first part of your doubt to them be to testify to let you

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in.

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That's the first thing they need to testify to. And as the scholars mentioned,

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that there is no testifying to landline alone without also testifying to Mohammed Rasulullah. So as part of that testimony that she had to take, and another so so let's put this one aside. The narrator says that the prophets of Microsoft said that the first thing that you called them to be like Lucha Libre, which we said is there's no true DNC except for lunch. And another version of the same heavy meeting, it's the same story says that the first thing that you called them to be a you want to love, and you want to walk from A to Z, which means to worship alone alone. And that is why we understand

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that the testimony of faith says the facts black lead law means to testify that none has the right to be worshipped except the law comes directly from these narrations. It's not something again, and I know I say this frequently, but it's because of the many accusations that are made.

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that these people are making up a new thing that that guy the law means no God, but Allah, okay. No God, but Allah, but what kind of God are we talking about? You mean, no, true God, what a love and that needs to be clarified. And that's, that's correct. And you're saying no God, but I was and that he's the only creator. That's true. But it's not what lay that.

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Man, unless it is the only creator. Allah created you. Okay. But does that

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mean that a law created save your father? No. It's not what Latin Latin law means. It means a UI that that has the right to be worshipped and accepted Allah. This was what that Ilana luck. Alright, so this is what you call them to telenovela because honestly, if you went to a a Christian and you say, I want you to say that he lied a lot, and they said, What language is that? You say that's Arabic. They said, What does it mean? And you say that there is no creator except God. They will say, Okay, I'll testify to that. But does that bring them into the fold of Islam? Are they actually testifying to what night alone he's done? All right. So

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This is the first thing that you call in as a, as a person who is calling in. And obviously we're talking about now, what's the process like some say you're calling a people, for for the people of the book to enter into Islam, then this is what they need to be able to attend to Islam.

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If they fast the month of Ramadan, when does that enter them into Islam?

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they confess the entire month and still not be Muslim.

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And their salvation lies with that testimony justifying to

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them, the prophets why Selim says to why, if they obey you in this meaning, they say, and they testify, openly declare law

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then inform them, then inform them that a law has obligated for them or written for them that they pray five times in a day in an uncanny in a 24 hour span. They are to pray five times a day. So what is more important, the Shahada for the salon?

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the Shahada, because the celeb will not be valid, if it's not based on the fact that they already testified today ilaha illAllah

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Fado video In this

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unit This is a person of all before I dive in says when you go to a site and I say yeah, you know,

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you can assign your home

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woman or your daughter was either has a you have a woman, whoever wants to hear

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drives for a according and he strives accordingly for while being a movement while being a believer, but well that is an aside you must hold on it is no it is them whose acts their needs will be thanked and appreciated by our last panelist and like I want you to stay out because I want you to understand

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and I want us to to digest what is in this verse.

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Because we do have some people who invite This is kind of common in some non Muslim lands. They invite their non Muslim neighbors and friends and interfaith dialogues and these types of things come fast with us and while we're

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Excellent, so they fast and they have this Mashallah wonderful spiritual experience clearheaded, you know, all of these things.

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But they need to become, they need to testify to last night along with that CME, or that fasting to be accepted by law stands out. And it's not to say they don't benefit from it, perhaps they do not so fast. And they testify to the benefits of a fast, but it does not bring them into the fold of a snake. And that being in and of itself is not a deed that can be accepted by us parents either until it is preceded by some other things. And so it says, first that we have here, we have the three conditions for an action to be considered righteous, and therefore accepted by loss of habitat, we need to understand as Muslims, we need to make sure that we are filling these conditions. Like a

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last handout, it says, women are the last girl, whoever wants to hear. Because the last time that I was telling us, these are the conditions for your action to be considered my score that is accepted by most data and appreciate. So the first thing is that you have to be sincere, there has to be

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the reason why you're doing that action is because you want a loss recorded in here after they'll ask, whoever wants to hear. So if the action is for other than a loss, fantastic, no matter what it is, it's not going to be accepted. Period, even if it looks like it's a great deal. So you have this man who gives out charity,

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charity is a great thing. It's a great thing, but if it's not for loss fantana it's not going to be accepted, when rather than what Salah has said

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and he has put forth appropriate effort. What does that mean? As the scholars of Tafseer mentioned that means that the action that he is doing, after being sincere follows fantatic combines with the teachings of Islam that's what makes it appropriate. So he is emulating the Messenger of Allah they select was set up

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in appearance and internal. So this is critical for an action to be accepted that number one it is sincere

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and number two, that it complies with

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The teachings of Islam with the Sunnah of our Prophet is.

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Right. And what's the third thing? Well,

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wow, he is in the state of he meant that is that he is within the fold of Islam.

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So someone who is not in the role of Islam,

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no matter what they do, those acts are not going to be credited to them by loss of habitat and into here.

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And that is why the gentleman informs us in the brag that he is drawn to the actions that they have done without abandonment.

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And they will be like scattered dust, because they did not fulfill the conditions of righteous action. So here, the first thing that you call him to is to shadow after that, too, right? After that, it is to pray five times a day

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that inform them

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and inform them of grace imposed upon them, the duty of soda, so glad to be on the

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plane. So the third thing after the shot after the salaat is sick can't.

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Because the last panel data has a right over your body and a right to your wealth, and

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informs us to extract this very small amount from the surplus of our wealth. Right 2.5% from the surplus of your wealth, not all of your wealth, the surplus of your wealth. So if you for example, if you make, you know, $5,000 a month, and your expenses are $5,000 a month, you're not going to pay any cash.

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But let's say you your expenses are $5,000 a month and you make $6,000 a month,

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what will your surplus be at the end of the year,

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at the end of every month, you're going to have an extra $1,000. So you have $12,000

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at the end of the year, and then you're going to pay 2.5% of the 12,000 which is not even $300.

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Right? So

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for all of you who have been avoiding the cat may have lost contact, and know that a lie. So just many people have said

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that he doesn't put a burden on us more than we can be as the cat is not a bird.

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The cat is not a bird, for every, for every $100 you're only giving away $2.50

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for every $100 of surplus, not of income, but surplus.

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So the profit is allowed to sit and Senate is taken from their wealthy, that is those who have surplus wealth. And it is distributed amongst their poor. And there's got to live his name different here. This therefore means the poor of that locality, or does it mean the poor of the Muslims? And there's a big, you know, discussion among scholars. But the point is that most of it goes back to this Heidi, what is the problem that I am referring to when he says what to do and a Foucault II him? What does the pronoun go back to here, when he says that the wealth does a cat is to be distributed amongst their poor man.

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If they obey you English, will be careful not to take the best of their properties as payment for the cat. Yeah, so if they obey you in this that is that they say, okay, we're gonna pay Rs again, then we were of taking the best of their well, meaning that not all cash is cash pins, right? It's not all monetary sums that can is going to be on the livestock that they have on the crops and so on and so forth. Beware of taking the best. Like, for example, you know, for every 40 sheep, that a person home, from the beginning of a person has 40 sheep, one of them has to be given away as a cat. If you are the one who takes this account, now you work for the government. You work for victim man

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that you collect as a cat don't look for the best sheep that they have. And take that one. Oh, you take from the middle. If you look into us

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and safeguard yourself against the subjugation of those who have suffered injustice. Because there's always a lot of miscommunication. Yeah. And so this part of the hobby much chopping down will tell him I blew the top one. And that's it and then that's an amazing instructional

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He tells why he's going out to call people to Islam, to testify to lay love to the salon, because again,

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it comes down to the mob rule. Instead of just saying, and don't oppress anyone. He says, beware of the dewlap, the supplication of someone who has been oppressed by who by you.

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Because there's no veil between that supplication and Allah knows that we know the lies. When Joe answers that dry, he hears it, and he answers that guy.

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So we were oppression, beware of oppression. And this is something that the province of Ontario is synonymous. And it is interesting to talk more about the level of China and this or that he gave him this instruction, as he's going to call to a loss of habitat. And that is an instruction for every Muslim to be aware of injustice,

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don't oppress anybody.

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And in another narration, of this particular one, even if it's something that will,

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follow can and can't be off.

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Even if that person is a cat fit, even if they're not a believer in a loss and data, they project their faith.

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oppression is not acceptable in Islam, and 84 to 81. No matter what that person's religion may be, or whatever they may be, no matter that listen to you or anything else. It is hard to oppress anyone.

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So the point of this handy dandy

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is as it relates to our chapter title, which is the call to lead the law is very clear. I was like someone first thing he told ya, I have to follow people to us like that. Now, I think the last chapter shut off.

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But he says

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ohanian must have also reported that sallallahu Sallam said,

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Hello messenger. So nobody said I've said tomorrow, I shall give the flag to a person who loves Allah.

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And his messengers, okay. So he says, on the day he came up, and came up

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with was a battle that was, was fought during the time of the Prophet it is selected to sit down in the seventh year after the seventh year after the job of the Prophet it selective setting. So the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, I'm going to give the flag that is the idea that the flag is given to the person who is is meeting the, the, the armed forces, right, so example once again, this flag tomorrow, to a man who loves the law and His Messenger and was loved by Allah and His messenger. Now, if the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said this to a group of people, you can just imagine that all of them would want to be that one

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who gets the flag?

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Not necessarily, because they want to be in the front. Because being in the front means that you're more likely to face you know, death.

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And that's not necessarily something that they were looking for. But they wanted that witness that they love a lot as much as and that they are loved, by law, and especially than that,

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and

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the history issue,

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and the victory will be granted to the Muslim side, that is leadership, many people spend their whole life absorbed in discussion as to who might be this person that you're speaking about, right? So this kind of reminds us of the other hiding from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that there will be 70,000 people who enter Paradise without any reckoning, and without being held to account

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and no punishment. And then he just went into the house and all of the campaign's whether you're talking, okay, who am I think me. So this is the same thing that happens here. The prophecy, someone said that I'm going to give this flag tomorrow to a man who loves a lot of His Messenger was loved by Allah and His Messenger, allows one to three victory allows mark to grant us victory upon his hands, and then a promise I sort of left that alone. He didn't say who that person was. And so the people spent the entire night absolved in that discussion, who is absorbed in discussions not

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in the morning, they can easily arouse messenger, each of them hoping to be given up like

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crazy.

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Okay, so they all came. These are the people who were there that night they were talking, trying to figure out who this is going to who this person is. And then they came to the Prophet sallallahu wasallam that morning, either each one

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I'm hoping to get the black and the prophets of light in the sunset, where's it without even having taught it

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he is suffering from an idea. So apparently, so apparently added all the logos on it and it was not even from amongst the people who were up all night discussing, he was he had an eye problem, apparently, sand or something else got into his eyes. And he was he was really suffering

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he was sinful and came to love messenger, he saw something I saw the Prophet. So, it was upsetting Oh, he said before I told him no bring out probably a lot a lot of

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stuff in his eyes and prayed for you. Upon he was killed as if we are normally these things, okay. So here, the process of life is sort of spinning his eyes. And then it what it may do I for him. And this is important point as well.

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The Prophet said a lot he was called upon a loss of a job, to your to your love Your love life. And it's important that we recognize read these types of heavy that the promise of Lego selling did not cure and arizer job

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is to be a chef that comes in the in the the

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cure be You are the cure.

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And Ibrahim is alive.

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When

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the one Pharaoh and his people, were asking him about unlocking data, who is alive, they will they will deny in some

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way the

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history

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drives if I become sick, then he is the one who viewers with meaning are lost.

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And so it is these types of things that you know, when we read these these heavy Yes, the promise of life itself does fit in his eyes. And we know that the prophet Isaiah select was set up in the south was Baba. And he was blessed his physical beam, including his saliva, so some of it was was blessed. But on top of that, he may drop to a loss of hands out of four. And then it was pure as if nothing had ever happened whatsoever.

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And then he gave him the flag, which is a clear indication that he really loves that animal, love the love outside and he loved the messenger bot. That mouth was usually in alignment with your love in

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advance with the ease or gentleness until you arrived in the mean time. So none of what has proceeded is directly related to the chapter title, which is the call to allow for the call to testify today level. Now we get to that point, the promise of wireless lm is telling as you approach to the use of favor.

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Go

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to Mr. Allen transition, he says go with ease. I don't storm them.

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Right.

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Until you get close to where they are where they have get because they were gathered to fight the Muslims.

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Then hold them to Islam. He said then what then shoot them off and rain your arrows down on them know that called them to a slant?

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And what is

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the problem is like some, when asked by to real What is this land what he said

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when he said testify to lie in a law

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and to establish this a lie to the end of the heading. So one of the products I sent him was saying that called them to Islam. The first thing that he is calling them to is to testify to testify to Latin that he llama and that is the relationship between this lady and the chapter man and inform them of the duties to align Islam and inform them of the duties to a lot of Islam. Have we covered something already with the prophets like Selim said that this is your duty to unlock your, your the right that Allah has over you. Yes. The prophets lie Selim actually told you. Wow, when he was riding behind him on the dump. And he said to him at 1030 mahala at an event. Do you know what a

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loss right is always serving his right is to be worshipped alone, and that there would be no

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partners associated with him in that worship. So here he says and then inform them of a loss rights. What Allah has obligated a private so saliva can't and fasting and hydropneumatic

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As a single man to Islam, that it is better for you than the red candles.

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So this heading which was collected by one party Muslim, the prophet Isaiah salatu salam not only talks about, you know, the methodology of dalla and how we start out, but he also talks about the virtue of doubt. He says, By Allah allowed to guide by your hands, one person to Islam is better for you than that, that read camps. Now for us. That may not make a lot of sense.

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Have you ever seen a red candle before?

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I've ever seen a red candle, no, fire.

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A red candle does not mean crayon color red.

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It means that the camel that is a tannish, brownish color that is leaning over towards a red color, but not actually read that crayon.

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And many times, when animals are named, even in the English language, they may be given a name of a color but not actually be that specific color. So the Arabs, they also did this, they call it a rape camp. But the the point here is what is that the red camel was considered to be the best. And the camel in general was the most valuable wealth of anybody in their time. It wasn't like now you ask somebody? Well, what's the most valuable thing? Well, most people will probably say real estate, like something that's established.

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It's not going anywhere, you know, you can profit from it, or you can sell it or whatever. It's a very valuable form of wealth tag. For them, the most valuable form of wealth was camp.

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That was the most valuable. And then the most expensive of the camels was the red camp.

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And so the profit supply there was so little is basically saying to it

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Jolla, therefore a lot of guy to slap by your hands, right man is better for you than any kind of wealth that you could imagine. It's better for you than any book that you can imagine. If this is not a,

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an encouragement for us, to be from amongst the people who call to Islam, that perhaps we need to check our inside, you know, Pamela,

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our Prophet Isaiah SelectUSA them

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before the practice of lies to tell said about us that we love Well, well in the morning,

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then his love for Al Qaeda, which here means well, that man's love for wealth is [???]ty.

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And it's it's a severe low. It's a strong law.

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And I think that we all agree

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that naturally you have some love for a while. And the Prophet sallallahu wasallam told us

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that if one of you young children of Adam, you had an entire valley full of gold.

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All this gold belonged to you so much gold that you could never even spend it in your entire life. And you could get everything that you wanted in life. You get everything you want and more and it wasn't even it wasn't even take away from the value of gold that you had. Not what you want.

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What would you want to progress like some say, another battle?

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You want a whole nother valley of gold? That is the that is the the craving that man has for Well, what none of that is better than prophecy. Selim was telling us here that none of that is better than calling one person to speak.

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And to call a person to Islam, does that mean that you'd have to be a scholar? It means that you have to know what led you and allow me

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and I have a basic knowledge of the person or the condition of the people that you are trying to call to the shadow to take basic knowledge of Islam and again, if you can't do it yourself, then at least do your best to support the people who are so this chapter heading them we covered the call to lag lag in the month because the lag died a month and that is because after you know what it is, after you have knowledge and after you have imbibed it you practice this to lead your worship and the last rounds out alone. The next step is to call others to it because the last panel data said if we don't do that where it locks philosophy in the

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center led

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by Alaska

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whether you say this at the time or what do you say this this specific time awesome, all of mankind, except for those who believe and do righteous things and call to them, they usually advise one another with the truth. And they usually advise one another with patients below Adam was

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an enemy. And if we have questions, I'll take them for five minutes and then we have to cut it shorter. So

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any questions about

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today's lesson or about fasting

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or a mama?

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Mommy, like the dish Allah, we'll see you tomorrow.

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Immediately after salon philosophy in the legs out and we'll be covering the sixth chapter of keytab until he lives in Baghdad and

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settle down on that stuff.