Ramadan 2018 – 13 – Not Sacrificing for Allah

Tahir Wyatt


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The 13th lecture in Shaykh Tahir Wyatt’s (PhD) Ramadan series from the Prophet’s Masjid Madinah.

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sallam and sistema de la normandin am back today, Saturday, the second of June 2018, corresponded to the 17th of Ramadan 1439. We'll continue with the

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10th chapter of keytab until he chapter that we're going to cover today is a chapter that deals with sacrificing

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that is to slaughter an animal

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seeking to draw closer to a deity. So we're going to talk about that in some detail and shallow tapping. But before we do that, as is customary would want to start with

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that is using this month of Ramadan to learn more prophetic supplications more of the ways that our Prophet Isaiah salatu salam called upon a loss of power with Adam. And the supplication that we're going to cover today is narrated, and the Mr. William Ackman and the chairman of an amendment tournament, he brought him on Willow Tada.

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And the Hadees has been declared or has been graded as hasn't by chickahominy and other scholars have had even though some of the scholars of Hadith say that the chain of narration is weak with that the meaning of the Hadith is authentic In any event, is some difference of opinion amongst the scholars about the authenticity of the chain as to the ad so it's a great new idea that we should memorize for you. So this to add the profit idea selected was Sam said, a lot of them are filling them these three things a lot more clearly than what was said the daddy was silly, then

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warbeck li female was obtaining obecnie female was obtained by him. So there are three things here.

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The first is that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam is instructing us to make this to where we say Oh Allah,

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forgive my sins, forgive for me my sins, and we'll talk about each point individually, inshallah. The second one is an expand my home for me, my, my place of residing,

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because it's a little deeper than just your house, where you live in this life.

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And the third part is that you asked a lot to put barakah in what he has provided you were radically de risking of females upsetting is different narrations of the new app. Alright, so let's let's go back over it very quickly, because it's, it's not a long black, you can actually memorize it right now. The first part is Allahumma Fini, them B so let's take this part together. You ready? One second one second. Allahu mcfeely.

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them be? What is it them?

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what's in them? It's your sin. Okay, them is a sin. So when you say Allahumma fieri leave them being. You're asking the Lord to forgive your sins. Yesterday we talked about forgiveness. And we said that when you say Allahumma fear when you ask

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allowed to give you a flying or mug feel that the root of that word comes from making fun lafollette which is the mid form, which is what you wear on your head during battle, it's a helmet.

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Why? Why do you wear it to do what? To protect you from any harm that would come to you. Likewise, when you're asking the last panel which either to forgive you for your sins, you're asking him to cover them, because

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the monk Fiera in the origin of the language, it means that tempt you to cover something, she asked me a lot to cover your sins, and to protect you from the evil consequences of your sins. And those consequences may be in this life and they may be in the hereafter. And so you're asking Allah to protect you from all of that. So Allah quiddity them be Oh Allah, forgive me. And this is what you mean, when you say Forgive me, Allah forgive me for my sins. Like what was said, and easy Daddy, and expand my dog. Now, as we know, your dog,

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dow yamata. Okay.

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So the Dow, the abode of the year after is your real life. So this heavy, you're asking a lot of how it's added to expand for you, your home, you're talking about both your home and this line, and your abode in the hearing. And one last minute data. And this is actually a side point, that there's nothing wrong with having an expensive home in this life. That is like physically

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expensive. Now, that does not mean that you should have a better, you know, a number of extra rooms that nobody lives in just several empty rooms in your home and these types of things. But there's nothing wrong with asking the last payments, attitude, expand your home for you to give you a spacious living quarters. All right.

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But many of the scholars say that, in fact, this hadith means

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is that you're asking Allah subhana wa to either to put in your heart that you are content with the living situation that you have. And if your content, it feels spacious, even if it makes him small. And that's why if you look at the house of our Prophet, I think it's SelectUSA then it was a small room.

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And the Prophet alayhi wa sallam slept in that room, he prayed in that role. He lived with his wife there. I mean, it wasn't a big place for the prophets of light. He was someone was content. And he was a faithful servant to a lost parents, Adam, and he showed his gratitude to Allah fantastic. So asking Allah subhana wa Taala, to grant you

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spaciousness to grant you a spacious home. It can mean both materially, but also it can mean that which Allah Subhana Allah puts in your heart that allows you to feel the blessing that Allah subhana wa tada has given you in this life, as it relates to the Hereafter, it refers to a loss of haematological expanding your grave so that you don't feel the pressure of the grave. And that Allah subhanaw taala gives you a spacious abode in paradise. And then, so that's that's part two Allahumma was sera de fee then? What was Sara Lee? That type? So this was, what was Siri?

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What was Siri Li?

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fi deryni? All right. So this is the second part of that. Do I expand for me or make spaces for me my home, understanding that your home is not restricted to the place that you live in right now.

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I have the last part of this

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is what bear with me, feed is the apparently fee rusty. All right. So Baraka, which was the whole lesson yesterday, you're asking the loss of power to either now to put Baraka in your risk. Now,

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what is risk?

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What is risk?

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we translated as provisions. A lot of times when we think of risk, we think of money. But your provisions go far beyond the tangible wealth that you had, your knowledge is considered risk. And so when you're asking the last panel, it's either to put Baraka or Berek levy risky to put Baraka in your risk in your provisions. It does

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Stop asking for blessing to be in your wealth. Also, in your knowledge in everything else that a loss of human data has provided you with is considered to be your risk. And so you're asking a loss mentality to put barakah in. Okay? So when you ask allies to gel to bless your wealth, all right, does that mean that your salary is going to increase? say oh Braddock's defeat is key, and you're going to work the next day, Mashallah, you get a 5% raise, right? But it could happen, it could happen, right? But when you're asking for Baraka, in fact, what you're asking for is that the thing that you have that you remember, we said yesterday, that you get out of it more than what you

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expect. In other words, that last kind of data allows What is there to grow and expand and sustain, so and sustaining, that's the sustainability. So what you may find is that you and a co worker have the same salary,

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you have the same number of children and the same number of spouses. One, right, and then,

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but you find that a loss of hand with Allah,

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you know, allows you to live in a place that this person can afford, or you have a vehicle that this person can afford you, you're able to do things with your wealth that this person isn't able to do, even though everything else seems to be the same. But the last few minutes Adam puts Baraka in your sustenance and what he has given you, and may not put it in what he has given to someone else. And so this is why it's important that we asked a lot of notes added to give us that product because no one else can put barakah in your risk. vertica has to come from a lawsuit panel, which had its assigned by him to kind of attack and no one else. And so when you're making this do I, this is what

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you should be thinking of that allows you to add is putting this button in your risk. So let's I'm going to repeat it

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once, okay, and then just go over one more time, so that you can try to memorize it right now.

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That is alarm.

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Allah Allah feeding them being who was certainly the daddy, were buried in the feed is key,

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along with the NIMBY, who was certainly the daddy of Eric de risking fire, which means Oh Allah, forgive my sins, make spacious my home and put blessings in which you have provided the blessings in mind sustenance. Alright, if you can't memorize the dua in Arabic, or you haven't memorized it in Arabic, hopefully you can go find it somewhere you can read it in Arabic, if not, as long as you memorize the English meanings of it, you can save this to it at any time, even during your salons. A lot of people ask this question about making do I and other than Arabic, and the Salah. And as many of the scholars have mentioned past and present, that if

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you do not have the ability to speak the Arabic language that's not your native tongue.

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That you can call upon Allah subhana wa, it's either in your native tongue, even in the salon. So even in your institute, even in the test name, before the test name, sorry, and it's a shareholder here. And when you're making do at the end of your salon, and before the test name, you can make do it in your native language. Because the point for you is that it comes from the heart. And this is why even many of the scholars said

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that if a person is not used to speaking Arabic, with Iran, meaning as you know, the Arabic language is they have different dialects, right? And then there's the first half, which is the correct way to speak the Arabic language. A lot of Arabs do not know how to speak first half.

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You know, that's, that's not natural for them. It's natural for that same way with many English speakers. We don't speak like Shakespeare, right? We we have our own local dialects the way that we talk. And it doesn't mean that it's anything vulgar or anything inappropriate. It's just that that's how you talk. And so do I because it is supposed to come from the heart, as some of the scholars have mentioned, if you take the time now to try to make your speech proper.

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What are you focusing more on what you're saying or how you're saying it? You're focusing on the how and

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an awesome panel, it's out of once what comes from our hearts. And that means that you focus on the what, and not the cow focus on the what not to have. And I mentioned that as well, because of what you see a lot of times which discussed before, but I mentioned it again, because it needs to be repeated over and over and you need to tell your friends and family stop the group do is going around the Capitol. So many people are doing that they don't even know what they're saying. They're just repeating after somebody, and they don't know what they're saying. That's not who

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you are. You're invoking you're calling upon allotments either you're petitioning him, you're praying to them. And if you're just repeating after someone like a parent does, it's not.

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It's not, it's not coming from the heart, you're just saying words. And so not only do you not know what you're saying, so there's no chance of it being accepted, because you're not praying, you're not actually praying.

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But you're also disturbing the other people who are trying to call upon allowance, no attack. So again, if any of these do is that we have covered, you're not able to memorize in Arabic right away, at least memorize the English meanings of them and call upon Allah subhanaw taala because they're prophetic. And then go back and try to memorize them in Arabic and use them in your saliva and in your daily

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chapter, chapter.

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One, hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen

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wa nishina massimi chapter number 10 sacrificing or other than Allah type, this chapter that we're going to cover is a very important chapter. It is the chapter of sacrificing for other than a law. In other words, what is the ruling of sacrificing for other than a law in Islam? What Is that considered to be? Is it halau? haram? mcgroove is haram, what kind of harm? Is that a major sin? Is it shirt? What is it? Okay, so this is what we're going to be covering in this particular chapter. And it's important to note that the concept of sacrificing to a loss of habitat is not something that was invented, you know, in Islam, as in that is, it's not specific to the legislation of our

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Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In fact, as you've been reading the Koran, you probably came across a story in the beginning of solar cells.

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And in that story, there's a sacrifice that is made. Does anybody know what this story ends with? surratt and Mary, they're in my fifth chapter of the front. Sorry.

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No, no, no, Ibrahim.

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Yes. Have you even copied? Cain and Abel? Right? Allah subhana wa, tada says, For contraband core Bannon. And this is why, you know, a lot of us instead of saying a heavy load here, we just say Corbin for Ben right.

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kawabe for Bannon puts them in a hiding him as well.

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So they both put forth a four band, a sacrificial animal or they sacrifice something. Because there's difference of opinion amongst the scholars of Tafseer. Was it actually an animal or not from one of them. So anyway, they sacrifice they made an offering, we can say, to a loss of habitat, it was accepted from one of them, and it was not accepted from the other.

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And so the one rule, it was not accepted from there, what he killed his brother killed his brother.

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And so they sacrificed for whom they put an offer in force for a loss of habitat. This was at the beginning of mankind. This was before I knew I was sent, or Ibrahim or any of the other prophets. All right.

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this being the case, the concept of sacrificing something is as old as mankind, itself. And normally, when the term sacrifice does use, what we're talking about, is slaughtering an animal. In general, it's talking about slaughtering an animal

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as an offering or as a form of worship, to a deity, not necessarily to a loss of habitat, but to something that someone has taken as a deity. Are we clear on what the term sacrifice means? All right. So

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Then this is interesting that in the English language when we say sacrifice, right, what do you think about when you sacrifice something?

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You're giving up something right? So it seems like the primary objective is that you are if you are giving up something

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whereas the term and Arabic have a bad quarter Bennett

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What is it for Ben, it comes from the root cause of our bad back, which means to draw close to something. So that, in fact, as Muslims when we slaughter, we're not, we don't look at it as a sacrifice, sacrificing so much. That's not the primary intention behind it. The primary intention is that we're trying to draw closer to Allah subhana wa tada though there is a a sacrifice, because you have to take money and pay for the, the animal that you are going to sacrifice for slaughter, fight.

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Second thing before we get into the actual chapter, is that the before the prophet Isaiah saw through Sudan was sent as a messenger, the pagans of rice and others,

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slaughtering to them was a big thing to slaughter to sacrifice for their idols. In fact, if you remember yesterday, we mentioned three idols that the Arabs used to worship and they mentioned in the Quran, does anybody remember them, let alone Rosa and

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fire which one of them was a tree.

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was a for his for his idols. So this was something huge. The slaughtering for the idols, and some of them would would take the blood and smearing on their idol is as another means of drawing posted them. So this was their practice as for as for the way we look at slaughtering or sacrifice in Islam, then we can look at four broad categories ready. Number one, is that the sacrifice is done in the name of Allah, for the sake of Allah,

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In the name of Allah, and for the sake of Allah.

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All right, so as we know, our Prophet Isaiah select to select one slaughtering, he would say, Bismillah Allahu Akbar, Allahu minca onec. And if this is from you, and for you, this is from you. And for you. So the proper audience tonight was Sam, we'll start off historian by saying what this may lead. Alright.

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So this is common practice. And if you any slaughtering that is done in Islam, in order for it to be considered halau or the visa, it has to fulfill two conditions. And the first is that it needs to be in the name of Allah. And the second is that it has to be slaughtered in a manner, which the blood flows out of the animal prior to the animal dying, prior to the animal died. So the provenance of the slides was awesome. And then we'll look at Ross Milan, an ad for kulu.

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And whatever tool is used, that that allows the blood to fall. In other words, it doesn't because the reason why this was revealed actually was off here because he's only a long time and who didn't have a knife. He didn't actually have a knife. And so the problems like Sam said, whatever allows the blood to flow out or to gush out Jani, it's a sharp object, it doesn't have to be it doesn't have to be a knife, as long as it's a sharp enough object that allows the blood to flow up. So,

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as a as a side point,

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an animal that is killed first that is it is considered to be dead, and then its throat is cut such that the blood flows out that is not considered the V hat.

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That is Mater All right. So, for example, the way that many

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cows are killed in the Western world with where they are shot in the head first,

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and then hung upside down, and then a time period goes by they dead at this point and then the throat is cut, that is not considered to be the VI or if they are electrocuted to the point of death, or drown to the point of death. And this is not considered to be Libya as the type of electrocution that is just used to pacify or stun the animal not that it kills it but it stunted so that it's relaxed or whatever and that is, it is

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long as it is slaughtered prior to it dying, then this is considered to be the behind Charlottetown like, so number one then we look at sacrifice

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is that it has to be or Number The first category is that it is in the name of Allah. And it is for the sake of a loss.

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Stunning is okay?

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Stalinism. Second second category. It's done in the name of Allah, but it's for other than Allah.

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So there are some people who by virtue of habit, by virtue of the culture, that they're from everybody when they started, they said this will lead

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but this person is actually dedicating this sacrifice to other than a loss of habitat, to unbelief, uilleann st Flan or whatever. Alright, so it's In the name of Allah, but it's for other than a month, the third category is that it is done

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in the name of other than a lot for other than Allah is common practice amongst the most the cone of today

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is done in the name of other than Allah for other than Allah.

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The fourth category is that it is done in the name of Allah for a permissible reason. In other words, it is not looked at as being sacrificial. The point of the story, okay, stay with me for a second, we look at points one, two, and three. Is that why is that person sacrificing? They're trying to draw closer to a deity, whether that deity is Allah subhana wa, tada, the true deity, or some false god?

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The the fourth category? No, it's done in the name of Allah. But it's done primarily for the meat. Yes, so you want to, you have a guest coming and you want to slaughter for them, or you want to slaughter for your family, or you want to start to feed the poor. This is not done. The primary reason why you're doing is to what is for the meat itself. The fact that is for our last panel data is secondary, in this case, whereas in the first three categories, the primary reason that is being done is as a means of drawing closer, or making an offering to a deity. All right, and so that's the difference between the third the first three categories and the fourth category, someone might say,

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but what if I do it for loss accounts either.

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Because it's my responsibility to feed my family, okay, then, now we're talking about intentions. And as we know, your sleep can become a form of bed, if your intention from sleeping is one, to gain strength so that you can be more energetic and your worship of the last one. So, again, that fourth category, it's done in the name of Abbas fantana. But the primary objective of it is, is the meat type, we understand the four categories of slaughtering and sacrifice type, the author is mentioning this

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chapter here, which is slaughtering for other than a loss of animal data, because we're covering the book up until he, and as you heard in those categories that we covered the first category, which is that you started in the name of Allah, for the sake of Allah, this is what our Prophet is selected with Sudan did, this is what we do on Eve and what

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he does,

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he will have had, so we won't even have had, and this is what the pilgrims do when they are making their over here. Okay. And this is also done for fifth year, which we'll talk about, which is to expiate, or to compensate for something that someone may have done, that they should not have done in the state of Iran, or for leaving off an obligation during the Hajj. So we talked about that inshallah. So, here, all of that is what that's totally because it's a form of worship, done solely for Allah subhanho wa Taala. And therefore, it is tohave. Where's the author is saying, to sacrifice for other than Allah.

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And so the relationship between this chapter and the book of Joe hate is that if it isn't, if that act of worship has done to our other than Allah, that it contradicts unto him, which we'll talk about now.

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Number one, among the exempted said, saying, oh, by the way, the author under this chapter, as his normal practices does not talk. He doesn't bring his own speech, he brings the speech of a loss into either the speech of his message on a salatu salam. So therefore, evidences that he is brought to indicate that slaughtering for other than Allah subhanho data contradicts to eat and is therefore the opposite.

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To eat, which is a shift he brings to is and to have you know, first first I love the exalted set, say barely my prayer, my sacrifice my living and my dying are for Allah, the Lord of all worlds, he has no partner and this I have been commanded and I am the first of the Muslims fight and this these ads which are collected in sorted or illustrative data revealed them as sort of an

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allies religion says to the Prophet, so, a lot of it was some holy say, in solidarity, my Salah by Salah here refers to what your five daily prayers, but all your prayers, not just your five daily prayers and not just your prayers as in recordings to do what you do, because linguistically Salah also refers to do i. So, all of your prayers including the prayers that is your your supplication, he said pull in the solidity see all of mine select

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one usuki all right here Newspeak is translated as sacrifice and that is the correct translation for Noosa

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some of the scholars of Tafseer have said otherwise. But but this is this is the proper translation for new soup in this context. And if we look at the ayah that was revealed about the person

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All of you have made or highs before everybody like you know that once you assume a fun once you assume it, man, you're not allowed to cut your hair until you finish the rights whether that's your rights or or your rights for Hajj.

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A man was brought to the Prophet is allowed to sit in.

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And he had lice in his hair. And so the only way that he could get rid of that condition is to cut his hair.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed him as much, even though he was in the state of panic.

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From that mistake, he was in the state of Alabama. He was brought to the practice of wireless Allah. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, I did not think your condition was this bad.

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I told you to share.

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Do you have a sheep that you can slaughter?

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And he said no. So the province of lohani was so upset, then fast three days, or Oxfam sister Temasek economists in any industry saw or feed a poor person six poor people for each poor person a half of a song, you know, the song is

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it's it's a measuring tool it but it doesn't measure weights, it measures volume. And the reason why you should know what OSI is, is because we're coming to the conclusion of Ramadan.

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And then 11 or 12 days or so you're going to be giving away a sigh of food for the cancer channel.

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So the problem is like some set for every miskeen for every poor person, give them a half of a song. Like the point is here the prophecy seller gave him three options.

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Slaughter, right, or fast or feed. Okay, and the last minute data also says in the Koran.

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So men can I mean, come on over here then muratsuchi for 50 here two men see me Oh, saga 14. All

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right, so last one is that it says in the Quran, whoever is is ill or has some type of ailment in his on his scalp or his head

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that he has to do a video. He has to compensate for that. Okay, or expiate, if you will. And that's Allah Subhana Allah gave you three choices in the Quran, fasting or feeding, or,

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or new soup. So no soup here is the slaughter called inner soul. It was a new Suki, save my salaat my prayers and my new suit, my sacrificing and my life my entire life and my death.

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are for a lot

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less Surely, he has no partner in any of those things that have preceded not my salaat not my new suit, my sacrificing not my life and not my death. It is for Allah laughs shanika will be there, the Colombians, and this is what I have been commanded to do. Alright, so how do we understand what is it that the author wants us to get from this is from these ions, he wants us to understand that, that or your new suit you're sacrificing is an act of worship. Because here it's combined with one what's a lot, so a lot is from the greatest acts of worship.

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So you're, you're sacrificing his worship, that's number one. Number two, the last year of bellami, that it has to be for Allah, Lord of the worlds of Aladdin.

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And that in that once it becomes for a last minute, last *ty color, he has no part he has no part. In other words, now, in other words, sacrificing has to be done for Allah subhanho wa Taala alone, it cannot be done for anyone else, sacrificing his worship,

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worship and Islam that concept of worship has to be for who for Allah subhana wa tada if it is diverted to other than Allah subhana wa tada it now contradicts total heat and it falls into the category of like,

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next Monday exalted also said therefore turn and pray to your Lord and sacrifice to him Okay, all of you have memorized this I was suddenly not beaker

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one half was suddenly not beaker one half, okay? One half, what does that have to do?

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This this way is called what?

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This way is called what?

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The camera was not started like this, the cameras started like this. That's not to go into to this part. Okay, suddenly the loved

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one Ha. So, Allah Subhana Allah commands the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prayed to your Lord, and do not have and slaughter, sacrifice for him. for him. So again, we find that the sacrifice is combined with what other activity better what salaat, to show you the importance of sacrificing in Islam.

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And normally in the Quran, you find what combined with Salah is okay, all right, and these two places, you'll find, you find that sacrificing has been mentioned along with the salon. So this is very similar to the eye that has proceeded and that is shows that and know how, or slaughtering and sacrificing is an active event, it will be a lot bigger for your Lord and that it has to be for Allah subhanho wa Taala alone. And the rule that we have covered on so many occasions here is that

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anything that now becomes an activity better once we recognize that this act is in fact be better. It's called a better investment than it has to be for Allah subhana wa to Allah alone. And we focused on that point too, because as we know, the mushroom, were not called idolaters because they only worship other than Allah. They were called idolaters because they worshipped Allah subhana wa tada and others along with him.

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It wasn't that they didn't worship Allah, well man up no extra overlay in level machico that you will find that the majority of them don't believe in Allah except that they also commit ship with him. So they do believe in Allah, but they commit this act of ship. So this is similar to the one that comes before it in terms of its indications.

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And even as the pilot said, I was the messenger.

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For things one, I was curses upon the one who slaughters devoting has sacrificed for anything other than Allah. Two hours curses upon the one who curses his own parents three hours

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Curses upon the one who shelters a criminal and poor almost curses upon the one who alters the landmarks which changes boundary lines.

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Okay, so say a Muslim narrates this Howdy.

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All the authority of an event Have you thought about the long side and he said that the Prophet is about to his son and told him these four things. The first one, and this is actually the reason why the author mentions this howdy here. Lana Lo, Mandela had the lady last May the curse of Allah vfio the one who slaughters for other law, we can't get any more specific than that made the curse of Allah be upon the one who slaughters for other than Allah who sacrifices an animal and devotes that sacrifice to other than Allah May the curse of a lobby upon that type.

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If you look throughout the son of the prophet Isaiah select to sit in

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when the Prophet sallallahu wasallam makes this dua that the curse of Allah be upon

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a person who does a particular act or a particular act itself.

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What is understood from that is that that act now falls in the category of I will cut back in

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which is the major sins

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and allows me to die that says in the Brian in touch tinubu combat your own angle, your caste, creed, ankle sciatic. Danny, if you stay away from the major sins from what your last video data has prohibited you, he will expiate for you the other minor sins that you may have done. And that's why it is important for a Muslim to be aware of what major sins are, because you want to be especially keen on invoice on avoiding the major sins, and we don't want to do any sense. We don't want to do anything that is displeasing to Allah Subhana Allah, but especially those major sins because they will put you in a very bad predicament in front of Allah subhana wa jal.

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So here the curse of a loss of one of the one of the smartest other than he then goes on to say, and may the curse of Allah be upon the one who curses his parents.

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There's another Hadith

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where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam mentioned something similar to this.

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And some of the companions said to the Prophet sallallahu, wasallam and, and what a man person's parents that was something unfathomable to them, that somebody would do something that was that disrespectful to their parents. Now, today, unfortunately, we may not be surprised.

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And this happy, we don't even think about will that even happen? We just saw if somebody does it, then then he, you know, and he's cursed by luck, but but for them, it was unfathomable that it could even happen.

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In other words, wait a minute, wait, what are we talking about here? A man cursing his parents and the prophets a lie to his son upset. A man curses someone else's parents, and they in turn, do what hurts his parents. So now he is the cause of his parents being cursed. And this is why we understand in Islam, that the that the means take on the ruling of the ends. In other words, if something leads to something, it takes on the ruling of that thing. So for a person now, he's not directly cursing his parents, but he's the cause of them being cursed, that he now takes the same ruling as the one who curses his parents. And then he earns the displeasure of a loss of Hannah who attacked fight.

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The third thing that he says

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Well, hello, men fly.

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Me the personal labia find the one who harbors a criminal

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and my

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English translations of this heavy it usually says a heretic.

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I'm going to explain that here because I think that this part is important to understand. Our Prophet is allies with Salaam

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has said in a hadith that many of you have probably heard before it meant that the VMB net had Melisa mihalko or whoever invents something when ACTA right, whoever invents something meaning a religious innovation, and this Deen of ours that has no precedence it will be rejected.

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here, what has happened is that many of the translators have went without going and looking at the explanation of the Hadith. And they said okay, when the word what is mentioned

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there, it means Veera

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But But here, you go back to the other explanations of this honey. What it means is someone who has done something like the law, you need to buy the daddy camera, I lost my dad, it says into crime about a man who has divorced his wife, that he should not kick her out of the home, nor should she leave the home. Why?

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Why not? Because there needs to be a chance for reconciliation. And that's why last panel data says in the life of the law, hey, you're

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the same word by the data camera, perhaps the law will bring about something new or bring about something you know, to bring them back together.

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Something happens so here with the practice Alliance lm is talking about a loss fantana knows best This is what the scholars have even mentioned here is that whoever does something for which he has violated one of the rights of Allah subhana wa Tada.

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And he is to be done. In other words, he's supposed to go to court for that thing.

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And he's supposed to be

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taken to to the authorities. And then someone comes along he knows that the predicament and he harverson he shelters him with the cursor will all be upon that person because he is preventing justice from being done.

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Clear. And then the fourth thing is, Will and allow them and a young man now may a lot of question.

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And may the curse of Allah subhana wa tada via find the one who changes the landmarks.

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These are what are known as like distinguishing that distinguished properties. So you may own a piece of land.

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And there's a property adjacent to that land. And there are landmarks that indicate where your property begins and where this property, you know where your property into this profit person's property begins. And so you kind of move them over a few meters or something like that, so that you now are taking the right of someone else's property. And so the Prophet sallallahu wasallam has mentioned that the curse of Allah is upon that individual. All right. So these four things obviously the part the that the author has mentioned, the reason why you mentioned this heading here is because the prophets why Selim began the Hadith by saying me the person will lobby upon the one who

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slaughters for other than a line you have a question.

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But the question is, can both meanings be understood the one who harbors an innovator that that person is cursed.

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I'm not aware that the scholars of this particular hadn't had mentioned that when it comes to the Hadith. There's another study

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where it talks about where it starts out, says Allah Medina to hot ammonia, muy bien, Aden, Danny Medina, that is the city of the Prophet alayhi salatu salam is a sanctuary from the mountain of Iam to the mountain of thought. And that same Heidi from an hour fee have more detail. So ever.

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Same same wording here, whoever harbors a more

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in it's either a line or two line with my line, you can see when that's fine, it was the purpose of allowing the angels of all of mankind in that particular Heidi, from what I remember, some of the scholars have hadn't mentioned both possibilities. And this has been I haven't seen that in the last year data knows best.

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This, this, this heading that we're about to cover is the last half of this champion.

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It's the last half of the chapter, which means that you got to pay full attention, and it's a little bit long, and there's a story to it. And it's a bit problematic at places as well. And so I want you to pay full attention to what he's saying. And then we're going to go back over kind of sentence by sentence to try to digest what is being said in this heading.

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Particularly she had radi Allahu Chai, the animal was from the companions, he was a companion himself.

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And the most authentic position is that he saw the Prophet It is so much with Sudan, but he never actually directly narrated anything.

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From the profits A lot of it was Sunday so it wasn't like a famous campaign

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but he was a companion nonetheless.

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He was

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a man and paradise because of a bride and that man is to Hellfire because of a cry okay take take this and let that soak in. let that soak in a person enter Paradise because of a fly

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you were familiar with other I had the where a woman into paradise because of a cat a man into paradise because of a dog

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here a man enter Paradise because of the fly another main interference into Johanna Hellfire because of a flock now, it wasn't us. How was that possible messenger of Allah, He said to man has by the people who had an idol by which they would not allow anyone to pass without making a sacrifice to get Can we just stop there for a second? How is that possible or miserable on

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it, the more a more proper translation would be explained that Oh, mosquito, okay for that, you know, because if we when we say How is that possible as in the English language, at least, it says if we're doubting, it's as if we're doubting what the person was saying. They're not doubting what the prophet is that it was sent. And he's saying, they just found it to be strange. And so they wanted further explanation than

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we already ordered one man to make a sacrifice. He said, I have nothing to present as an offering. The people told him to sacrifice something, even if it be applied. So his sacrifice applied to their idol. They opened the way for him as mercy under the hellfire. They said you know, the man sacrificed something, he says I will never sacrifice anything too early other than Allah, most majestic and glorious, so they struck his throat and killed him. And he therefore after paradise,

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okay, this heavy, which the author says is collected by an event awkward. Just give me two minutes because we need to deal with some heavy stuff and then we'll get to the actual text. The author says that it is narrated by an email

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and apparently he copied even I'll pay him by him allowed to add in this site citation of the howdy because even Ohio mentions the same thing in it that what the what?

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And he was he loved the books of him. So apparently this is where he got it from. However, the one that scholars have had he'd say collected by Acme automatically. You think what? The Muslim net? He has a book called Muslim over 40,000 honey.

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All right. And so someone says collected by Acrobat that's that's where your mind goes to this. It wasn't collected by an email opt in is Muslim, at least not the Muslim that we have with us today.

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And it was collected by aluminum Akhmad in another book that he has called Zoo hood as a book called zoo, which means what it is

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it's for money to be in your hand, not in your heart.

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They usually say abstaining from the dunion man but a person can be extremely a person to be a millionaire billionaires they'll be Azad still be someone who is a Zen practice and zone fight.

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So in this, this book, and I'm actually collected this hadith with the with an authentic chain of various the chain of narration is authentic. It goes to target if she had what we said was a companion.

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Narrator on Sandman and faricy, while the alongside and from his statement, not from the statement of the profit, I think it's a lot to say. And it's also collected by them and we'll be happy in a book he has called sure men.

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And it's also collected by

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shea butter and his son enough. All right, all of them on the authority of Sandman and fantasy of the alongside and his statement. Not the statement of the Prophet either sides was

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clear on that so far. So we don't have any authentic narrations that take this back to the Prophet sallallahu is something

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instead, we have this story being told by some man in fact, some of the a lot of time. All right, next little hygienic point and then we'll get to the text.

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The text he starts off by saying what

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a person entered fire the fire because of a fly versus enter the paradise because of a fly.

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this is from the matters of the scene or the unseen

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Is the unseen.

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And if a companion

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narrates something about the unseen

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then they can only have gotten that from one place in general unless they know how to do variations on it.

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All right, they can only have gotten in narration from the Prophet sallallahu it is summer.

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And so the scholars of the Sabah al Hadith which is the science of Hadith, terminology and so forth,

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they say that if a companion narrates the likes of this kind of Hadith, where we are talking about something that is unseen,

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then it takes the ruling of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam having set in other words, it is considered to be from the Sunnah, they call it hokum or ruffwear

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we means that it has the ruling of being raised raised to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam

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All right, so we passed that point now, so inshallah This is authentic and we don't have to do any more digging on that. Now. Let's go through it.

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sentence by sentence a shout out even just go back and start with the beginning.

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Or the

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messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said that men entered paradise because of a cry, and abandoned the Hellfire because of a cry. It was asked for it was sad explained that unless it have a law, it wasn't explained that oh messenger of Allah, he said, Who meant by the people who had idle by which they would not allow anyone to pass without making sacrifices. In other words, there were two people they were together.

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And other narrations indicate that they were Muslims. And when we say Muslims in this context with we're talking about, they were worshipers of Allah subhana wa tada alone, they found that they were following the religion of a prophet. And all of the prophets of Allah word, Muslims, none of the prime mechanics, even yahoodi in Walla

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Walla can can a hanifa Muslim and Ibrahim was not a Jew. He was not a Christian, and how could he be a Jew? How could he be? He wasn't from Benny Asahi? He wasn't a Christian, how could he be Christianity wasn't invented until until after Christ. So he wasn't a Jew. He wasn't a Christian. Well, I can Canna honey, Ben Muslim. He was a honey Muslim. And what's happening to me, for those of you who were here in previous lessons,

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Hanif is someone who turns to Allah Subhana, WA tada and turns his back on everything else. So he is one who turns to Allah Subhana Allah with all of his heart with all of his worship, philosophy and data and therefore says a last minute data is unique. If you turn towards a law that you have to turn away from everything else, because there's only one thing in the direction of ultramarathon, and that's a lie. It's nothing like you. And so that is what Hanif means turning to a long, turning your back on everything else.

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Can a hand even Muslim man,

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a Muslim. And so he was almost like, so these two the other narrations indicate that these two were Muslims. And they were going down. They wanted to enter into a place.

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But there was a statue there or an idol. And the people who worshipped this particular statue or idol, they did not allow anyone to enter to get past that idol without sacrificing for it.

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All right. So I mean, if you can imagine it as being let's just say imagine that as being a town, and there's an entranceway to the town, there's one way in, if you want to get in, you have to sacrifice or there's a road that you want to go past. And the only way you're going to get past this road, you have to sacrifice for this particular item.

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ordered one man make a sacrifice. He says I have nothing to present as an operations. The people don't have to sacrifice something, even if it'll be applied. Okay, so just so that we're clear now, these people are they're the worshipers of this particular deity.

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And they say to them, you have to sacrifice and in some of the narration like in the narration of be happy.

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He says that they were told at the same time they said, Man coonass, the new

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man couldn't leave the land.

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We will never associate partners with a loss paradigm. And that's an important narration because it shows that they viewed sacrificing too.

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Other than a law as sure,

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specifically. Alright, so here in this particular narration that we have,

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the one man was told sacrifice, I don't have anything to sacrifice.

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I don't have anything to sacrifice. I don't have a cow with me a sheep or anything else. So they said to him,

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sacrifice given offering, even if it's a fly, even if it's a fly,

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like, So what happened?

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So the sacrifice applied to the idol.

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Some of the narrations that says that a fly actually landed on his face, he killed it. And he put it forth for their Iron Man. They opened the way for him to the hellfire. And so what happened? They said, Enter. And he entered and he died. And he entered the hellfire. Why?

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Because he left his deep.

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He sacrifices for other than last few minutes and that took him outside of Islam. Man, they said there's another man sacrifice something. He says I will never sacrifice anything to any other than Allah, most majestic and glorious. So they struck his throne and killed him. And he therefore after paradise, so this other man, he died for the sake of Allah. They told him, okay, you go ahead and sacrifice. He didn't say what should I sacrifice? I don't have anything to sacrifice. He said, I'm never going to sacrifice for other than a loss.

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And once they saw his resilience,

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they didn't just turn him back. They viewed him to be an enemy. And so they killed him. And he died for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala and he answered peronists.

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There seems to be, inshallah, we're clear on how this is an indication that sacrificing for other than Allah subhanaw taala is shifting, as the other texts have have mentioned.

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There's just a few small points that need to be mentioned in here and shut out and then we'll close out the lesson for today.

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The first is that there seems to be a problem in this heavy.

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If a Muslim was under duress,

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you were either going to be killed? Or they say sacrifice the sheep sacrifice a fly

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in the name of our guide.

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Could we not under those circumstances sacrifice for other than a life? Would it? Would it not be permissible? It would be permissible in lemon Oh 300. We'll call boo mama in noon with the man

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except for the one who is forced, who is under duress

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while his heart is still want

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you to my nbde man. And he he still has the peace of the man. The piece is not a piece not a dozen pieces in

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Man. P a CD still has the piece of event in his heart. It's still there. He's tranquil, His heart is tranquil and serene and calm when he met

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that person. It's permissible for him to do an act of COVID to make a statement

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under the rest. Okay. So now when we look at this heavy, we say why did the man just do it? So he wouldn't be killed?

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So the scholars have two answers to that.

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The first is that it could be

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that the nations that prior nations had to be patient under duress, that they were not allowed to do an act of comfort or to say an act of confront that that is something that is specific to our own mind. And there are some narrations that indicate that I mean there are some some things in our religion that indicate that this is from the things that allows pero to Allah has made specific for the amount of profit somebody with some of us we know what the best or the law of China and when he said that the province of law it was someone said that in the lives of

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Allah subhanho wa Taala has excused for this omen.

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And this again will help out the that which they have done mistakenly or that which they have done forgive believe or masuku it and that was they had been forced to do.

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However, it is common in Jewish law.

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that a person can do something that is against the religion, if they are forced that people are not held accountable for what they are what they do under duress, it's common in Jewish law.

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So to say that, that would be the answer here allows me to add in those best, perhaps perhaps that particular nation because it doesn't say where they're from Jews, Christian, whatever they are, perhaps that particular nation, they are not excused for doing the things that they do even under duress, but they had to be patient with those things, even if it meant that they were killed. That's That's one possibility. The other possibility

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is that this man

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did not. In fact, his heart became content with sacrificing a fly. Alright, whatever he wants to get by, so I'll just do it.

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That's another possibility. And there's a narration in Musonda, even every shaver that somewhat indicates that because when they told him sacrifice, even if it's a fly, he said it should do well, it is well, meaning yummy ha, in me is, was a fly, okay, whatever.

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And otherwise, he didn't see it to be something that was that was big. And so because of that, he then And then, in fact, sacrificed for other than a loss of Hannah Montana, willingly, that it wasn't really under duress, in that situation.

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And there's other explanations and a loss of Hamilton and those of us but that's just so that we understand this, this particular study, and the point of the study is that slaughtering for other than Allah subhana wa Tada. As was mentioned in the chapter headings, that slaughtering for other than the last panel data is a form of check.

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type your question, and then.

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So the question is, is the shediac

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of all of the other prophets? Is it the same as the Treaty of the Prophet Muhammad was civil law? It was something and the answer to that is Eliza was El Segundo. Brian? He couldn't live Jan I mean, come the column.

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Married gentlemen come the Colin Jana. Main consideration, woman head, if I'm not mistaken with a minimum vote.

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Last minute data says for each of you, we have made a Shira Jani a Sherry and as a woman hands me a path or a methodology to enact that Sharia. And so if you look at what we can gather from the Shariah, or the legislation prior legislations, what we will find is that the

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the larger, or the major aspects of ritual worship, are consistent. every prophet prayed at salon, like a last minute out of tofu center, Brian was in the salon de nikiti, establish the salon for my remembrance. Now, does that mean that they pray five times a day? Absolutely not?

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Did they have tm recordings to do that the way that we do it, and Tisha,

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that's not necessarily the case.

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every prophet had a form of zakat.

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All right, as indicated in various items abroad. So you look at an hijas, we know was not specific to our profit idea. So that was what was prescribed from the time of Ibrahim and so much was center, and they fast.

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As the last panel down this

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chemical divider, Nina will probably come fast fasting has been prescribed for you as it was prescribed for previous nations. And so when you look at the major rituals of Islam, and even some of the finer points of US law, and character and these types of things, that was part of the previous nation, but wasn't the same as the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam. No. And that's because the prophets a lot of a sudden, you know, clarified that and many hadn't be different from the Jews and the Christians do such and such. The difference between our fast and the fast of the People of the Book is the soy. Right. So there's a difference in the manner in which those acts of

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worship are carried out Los Angeles, Santa Ana, yes.

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The second one who said

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the one who did not sacrifice right, the one who?

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Right. Did he know he was going to be killed? I lost my Domino's best. Yeah.

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Yeah, yeah. So so the question is and the the article I mean, she had

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the one who not the one who did not sacrifice anything for that item. He didn't sacrifice anything for that. And he said I'm not going to sacrifice anything for other than Allah subhana wa Tada. Did he know that he was going to be killed? That's not clear exactly from the narration. The time for today is up. shallow. China will be back tomorrow and immediately after Salatu Lhasa Tada. Adam was

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kind of alone. The Shadow stuff