Aqeedah Wasitiyyah – 23 The Ahlussunnah

Taimiyyah Zubair

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The AhlusSunnah – Their title, The character and actions that AhlusSunnah adorn themselves with
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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Napa una sala Lara Sudeikis Karim Amma Bharath fairuza Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim. Rubbish freshly acidity were Sidley, MD, Dr. melissani of kuqali probenecid nerima

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page number 89. So we were studying about the alosa noval jamara as to why they are given the title of lucerna while jamara

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in the previous line we learn while he had asumu Ll kitabi was Sana and this is the reason why they are called the People of the Book meaning people of the Quran and people of the Sunnah. Why? What's the reason? Because they give me the answer from the text.

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Exactly because they believe that the Quran is the truest speech, it is Allah speech.

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And the guidance of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam is the best guidance and because they prefer the words of Allah, the words of the messenger over everyone else's words. They give preference to the Quran and Sunnah. The Quran and Sunnah are final authority for them. This is a reason why they're called people of the Quran, and people of the Sunnah. But they're also called people of jamara. So what Sumo jamara they are called the people of jamara. Why? Lee unelma. otter? Because jamara What is it? What does it mean? Here? It is an HTML or it is gathering HTML, what does it mean, to gather together a gathering of people?

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And it's also when people are united they are together in one place on the same page. This is a Thema so this is the reason why they're called people up tomorrow. Well, they do her and it's opposite who's opposite of HTML is alpha, it is for what is for division separation, or encana, even though Laval jamara the word jamara, but Sora it has come to be used this month as a term Lena Coleman which the marine for a people that have congregated,

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meaning the word jamara has two usages. One is HTML. It means unity gathering. And the word Juma is also used as a phone that is much the marine account of people that have come together. Like for example, when people are praying together, what is that called?

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jamara. Right? But the word Jamar doesn't just mean being together in one place, performing something, you know, together, all at the same time. Jamal also means each demarre to gather together it's the opposite of division.

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What does jamara mean unity? So who are Alyssa Noel jamara the people who are upon the symmetrical uninstaller and the people who are together people who are not divided

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people who are united and how is it that they remain united by holding on to the Quran and Sunnah. Because remember that the further people are from the Quran and Sunnah, the more they will follow their own desires and people's desires, they vary. There are as many as the number of people and hence there will be division. So people have jamara meaning people off unity Well Mr. And Mr. Hua it is a slow salad, the third source the third Foundation, ality which your tema de la He it is depended upon what does that mean? It it meant to depend upon. So edgemarc is the third source that is dependent upon Fiddler ilmi what Dini when it comes to knowledge, and when it comes to religion,

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meaning the listener have three foundations. They have three foundations on which they base their in, on which they take their knowledge from and they base their Deen they base their religion upon the evidences, the proofs that they take for their knowledge and for their Deen. Where do they get them from three principles and what are they the Quran, the Sunnah, and thirdly HMR. So, what is the show that HMR is a proof that when the scholars have unanimously agreed upon something that is also a proof, that is also something that we have to abide by?

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All right.

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Well, whom he has he noona and they weigh Yes, he noona from wasn't what does wasn't mean wait. So

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They weigh meaning the unloosen away behind the hill also lists LSAT with these three foundations Jim era all off man that which I lay upon it and NASA people are and what are people upon what do the people do mean upwelling of statements What are mallin and actions meaning people say many different things and they also do many different things and these statements and actions of people, there are some some which are Ballina, internal, Allahu Allah and others are external mimma Allahu taala can be Deen and they have some connection with the dean. Now, what happens is that people say different things, people do different things, right. Some of their actions, some of their statements

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are manifest and others are hidden. Now, how do we know what people are saying is right? How do we know what people are doing is right. What is the criteria that the listener have against which they weigh the actions and the statements of people to see if they are right or wrong? So what is it well whom jezina be heavier than

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these three principles? They check what the people are saying what the people are doing. Does it conform with the Quran? Does it conform with the Sunnah? Does it conform with the law? If it does, it is how? And if it does not, then it is baffling. It will not be adopted? Because you see over time, are there innovations? Yes. Are there new ideas? Yes, because people are creative. They come up with new things. Right, new slogans. So how do we know something is right or wrong? You check by what the Quran and the Sunnah the H Ma.

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Well, ej Morrow and ej Ma, and levy which young Bobby to

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it is ascertained. Young Bobby is from the right. And Mr. Liddy and who is the ismar which can be ascertained, whose loved is mumkin it is possible to ascertain it meaning it can be said with confidence that yes, all the scholars agreed about this, all the scholars unanimously agreed about this, if you think about it, any issue any new issue, what do people say so, until scholar says this, so and so, scholar says that such and such Imam said this and such and such Imam said that. So then you wonder is there even anything such as an enigma

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because you will always find varying opinions, right, I mean, certain things which are clearly stated in the Quran and so no difference of opinion right. But there are many other things concerning which we find difference of opinion. So, while each melody and who they admire that can actually be called HMR, about which it can be said that yes, all the scholars unanimously agreed about this issue,

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who it is McKenna alaihe McKenna,

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that was our lay upon it, a sellable silence, the righteous predecessors meaning the righteous predecessors Who are they the first three generations, the generation of the Sahaba, the generation of the tambourine and the generation of the gathering the first three generations, what they unanimously agreed upon, yes, about that, we can say it is h Ma. It is something that the scholars unanimously agreed upon. However, after the first three generations, can we say that over this issue, there is an edge ma? No, we cannot say that. Why? Because it bar the home because after them meaning after the first three generations cathodal ft laugh, the FT laugh, the differences, they

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increased one passion of illuma and the oma it spread. So there are two reasons why MMR is only possible in the first three generations and after them not possible. Why? Because first reason is, if the love increased, differences became many. Why? Because people separated into groups, and with this division mean everyone did not intend the truth. And this is a reason why people began preferring their desires over the Quran and Sunnah. And what happened? With so many differences HMR became impossible. And the second reason is that the oma spread out how the numbers increased. They weren't just limited to the Arabian Peninsula, but rather over time, what happened? Muslims spread

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all over the world and this is a reason why it GMR is something that has become an impossible matter.

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Is this something that we witness today? Yes, we want everybody to be

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be on the same page. But it is not possible. Why? Because people think differently. Right? And living in different places, different circumstances. They have different priorities. And as a result, what they see to be the truth, you don't see it to be the truth. Correct. So what is the point of all of this discussion? What is being proven?

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That the listener, they have three foundations on which they base their actions from where they take their knowledge? And what is that? The Quran, the Sunnah, and the HMR. Now, when it comes to HMR, some scholars are of the opinion that there is no edema. Why? Because they say that there has never been a time when all the scholars agree over something.

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So she has never been Tamia has proven over here that no MMR does exist. And when when did it exist? amongst the Sella Posada. So in other words, the practice of the companions, the way of the companions? What is that?

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What is that? For us? That is also something that we have to observe and give importance to, we can't say, or just take them to court and just take from the Sunnah, and leave the practice of the Sahaba? No, we also have to see what the Sahaba did. Because that is how the community you know, it grew. That was the community that practice the religion, right? So we cannot neglect the way of the companions. So what are the three foundations?

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anything you'd like to add over here?

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What do you understand?

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See, in the previous lesson, I gave you an example. That something that the companions did, and they were not criticized by others. Like for example, it was handled the lower and he started something and he was not criticized. Right? Likewise, we see that the lower on who he extended the masjid of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam reconstructed, it made it more beautiful.

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And people criticized him that Why are you doing this and he said, that he heard from the messenger of a loss of a lot is that um, that whoever builds a house of Allah, Allah will give him a house and so he wanted his house in jannatul beautiful and that is a reason why he made the house of Allah in this dunya beautiful. So then what happened? People were okay with him. All right. So the actions of the companions Well, you have to see that what did the other say about it? Were their actions welcomed? Were their actions criticized. I gave you another example, that Marwan he reversed the order of read prayer and the hookah and you could say that he was done very, but was this change

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welcomed? No, it was criticized heavily. So that is something that cannot be called agema. All right. So basically, the actions which the Sahaba agreed upon, which that have been agreed upon, or behind, which was solid evidence, that is also a huge issue for us.

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Next chapter, which is the last one fossil fee by any mooka miletti Lottie Dottie Mim Academy of lucky Mama hassanal Amelie Letty yata halabi her lasuna

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CBN News biani the clarification of mocha molarity or thida the mocha millet of arcada mocha Mila those actions those matters, that complete and perfect arcada

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and what are those actions that complete and perfect the Akita Mim Academy

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of noble character, while mahasin is our man and beautiful best deeds allottee which yet the halabi her adorn, they adorn themselves with who adorned themselves with these beautiful noble characteristics and actions. A listener, the listener,

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the listener adorn themselves with good character, they adorn themselves with good deeds because this is what completes Arpita

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Akina is the root it is a foundation where in the heart but remember that if there is a root if there is a foundation, then definitely there will be fruits, there will be a structure that will stand up on that foundation, there will be a tree that will grow from that root. So Arpita is the foundation it is the root and the armel the actions and the o'clock the character that is the fruit

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and if the foundation is not good, then the fruit will also not be good.

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So the listener pay attention to the fruit also

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Then what kind of fruit are we producing? What kind of actions are we performing? What kind of behavior? Are we demonstrating? Because if our Akita will be correct, our behavior will be correct. And if there's a problem with our behavior, then what does that show? There's a problem with the arcade.

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Because the one who has right earlier, the one who truly believes in Allah, that Allah hears me, Allah sees me, and the one who believes in the era, that I will be given my record of deeds and this guy is strong, it has a firm place in his heart, then will his actions change? Yes. Then Can he speak uselessly? No. Then that person, can he treat his guests poorly? No. Can you have double standards? No. Did the prophets Allah Allah said, I'm not saying that the one who believes in Allah, then either he should speak well, or be silent, the one who believes in Allah and the Last Day, he should treat his guest Well, he should honor his guest. None of you can truly believe until he loves

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for his brother what he loves for himself. So our actions remember, they represent our data, our actions, they show what our beliefs are, what values we have.

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So the listener pay attention to these details also. Some are then home they meaning the Ellison Mojave will also lead along with these principles along with these foundations, which foundations

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of adhering to the Quran, the sooner the agema. And earlier what was mentioned concerning or paida. What do they do? They Muna Bill Maher aloof, they enjoin, what is good way and how not Anil Mancha and they prohibit evil? Because this is also part of email. Because from parties, what do we learn a person who just watches evil happen? What kind of faith does he have? Very difficult? Because if we see something wrong being done, what should we do? Stop it. If we cannot stop it with our hand then stop out, at least with our mouth. And if a person does not even do that, then what does it mean? His faith is very minimal.

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This is also part of Eman. What is considering that to be bad and considering good to be good. What is bad? What is mooncup? What the Sharia tells us that it is bad? And what is my rule? What is good? What the Sharia tells us that it is good. So the Allison along with these principles, meaning they're acleda they pay attention to that they're fed, they pay attention to that, but in addition to that, what else do they do?

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They enjoin good and forbid evil.

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Because how is it possible that you love something? And yet you can see that people are opposing it? Or that you hit something and you can stand and watch people doing it? And that is not true love? That is not true hate. So yeah, Motorola Moto and how gnarly lamancha I know Moto G boo Sharia two, according to what the Sharia do gebouw meaning the Sharia requires

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meaning they do a moribund model of mahira Mancha in a way that the Sharia requires also

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meaning they don't just follow their desires. When it comes to hon Maloof, mahina and vodka, they bear in mind the guidelines, the rules that the courier has given, because remember, there are certain etiquette that has to be observed when doing multiple models Nagyon and limca. Like what?

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Like what what are the guidelines that we have been given? When enjoining Good, okay, it is our ability here are sent in a good way so that our double maruf doesn't cause more evil. Right? Or Nadine, and Mancha doesn't cause more evil. Right? So the manner should be good. A person should first know of what his what his model, he may be stopping people from something wrong. He thinks it's wrong, but it's not actually wrong. He's telling people to do something which he thinks is good, but it's not actually good. So with knowledge in a good way, without bringing about more harm, and that he himself also abides by that maruf and keeps away from that.

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When your honor and they see meaning they consider they believe ikoma Alhaji iqama the establishment of upholding and hedge performing the hajj while Jihad and Jihad well Juma and the Friday prayers, what are yet and they're eight prayers. They consider that all of these must be performed with who maral umara with the leaders, not individually, but how with the leaders why

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Because these acts of worship, how are they? Are they individual acts of worship? No, they are congregational collective acts of worship.

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And when people are together, when there's a group of people, they must have an Imam, they must have a leader to follow because when everyone is on their own, what does that cause chaos. And it causes differences division, disunity, that creates more confusion. So the aneurysm Now, consider this necessary, that Hajj Jihad Friday prayers are yet they have to be done with the OMara with the leaders. What kind of leaders are Bravo and candle alpha Geron? Whether those leaders are righteous, or they are wicked?

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Why, in order to maintain unity?

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Who are for job florala? Someone who can make sense someone who is disobedience. Like for example, someone who drinks alcohol, he is

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someone who deals with interests that's produced abroad who are abroad, plural of buff and who is he righteous? So, the Emerson, what do they believe in following the leader obedience to the leader and leaving the actions of the leader to who to himself?

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The whole adage think that there is no obedience to a leader when he is disobedient.

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That Oh, I feel they think that the Imam is an infallible leader. He's perfect. He's free from sin. And there is no demand right now. There is no leader right now.

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Since the mammoth collapse, they say there is no leadership now. The lso know say there is a need, there is a man and when there is an Imam, then accept him. Accept the leader. Why? Because if you don't accept the leader, then there will be chaos. And we see this rebellion against any kind of leader. What does that lead to? What does it lead to? conflict, it leads to fighting it leads to bloodshed. It leads to facade, basically.

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So the Amazon believes that following the leader is necessary.

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But what if the leader is sinful? Even then?

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What if he's telling you to do something that clearly contradicts the Quran and Sunnah, then no.

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Because there is no obedience to the creation in disobedience to the Creator.

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But if that leader is doing something wrong in his personal life, then you leave it to him.

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All right, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, you will see preference, meaning biases, and matters that you object to after me.

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The Sahaba said, What do you order us or messenger of Allah? The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Give the leaders their rights and ask Allah for your right.

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You do your part?

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And what is that? Give the leaders their rights, and what is the right of the leader, that he should be obeyed. That's the basic right of the leader right? That he should be obeyed. So you obey the leader and ask Allah for your rights. Once a man as the Prophet sallallahu sallam, oh prophet of Allah Tell me, if the leaders start demanding their rights from us, while they are denying us our rights, what do you command us? What should we do?

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, listen and obey. For whatever they do, it is only upon them and whatever you do is upon you.

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If they don't give you your rights, and they demand their rights from you, then what is your responsibility, listen and obey. Give them their help.

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Because that is what you will be questioned about, and you're hopeful, what you deserve, you will not be asked if you fought for your rights, you will be asked about what you did, what responsibilities you fulfilled, because your rights, who is supposed to give them to you, others through who's in Allah even so ask Allah for your rights and Allah will give them to you either through the leader or through someone else.

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So the sooner I believe in the importance of what following the leader, because this is what keeps people together.

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And remember, that leader cannot be followed unless and until he is accepted first.

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Accept that Allah has given certain people moral authority, he has given them a position of leadership. He has given them certain power. And is this necessary?

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Is it necessary? It is because if it's not present in a group, then what will happen? chaos, confusion, everybody's doing their own stuff. People are disconnected.

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Efforts are

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divided.

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So it is necessary that we accept this reality except leaders. Will you have your Luna I loved your morality and they guard the preserve and upkeep the Gemma what our drama art,

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floor love jamara when people have gathered together, this is two things, first of all congregational prayers.

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And secondly, it means agreement in matters each demand

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agreement in matters like the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, when he sent one of the companions to a group of people that make things easy and do not make things difficult, give people good news and do not cause them to flee. Agree between yourselves and do not disagree, agree between yourselves come together be united Come on the same page, even if you think differently, but once as a group you have decided something then stick to it. And when making a decision, then how should a decision be made? unanimously together?

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All people who are concerned must be consulted must be informed. And if that is not done, if the due procedure is not followed, then what will that lead to?

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What will that lead to friction? Again, differences this unity

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were the new owner and they believe it to be part of their religion. They consider this to be part of the meaning they worship Allah through this through what benassi hottie lil oma

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and Nestle her sincere advice for who lil oma for the entire Ummah for the entire nation. What is nothing? Hmm. Well wishing, sincere counsel, sincere advice. And what is the definition of sincere counsel sincere advice? Well wishing that What do you like for yourself, you'd like for the other also.

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So they do this with who with the entire oma and the entire oma includes who the leaders as well as the common folk, everybody, they have no say for the entire oma

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and notice how he had the noona they make the support of Dean, they consider this to be a part of religion. Now many times we give sincere advice to people, we want the best for them. Why?

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Okay for our benefit, or for their benefit, or for the benefit of the group. Right? Or for fear of punishment for some good results.

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But what do we learn from this? What is the wave loosen if they have nothing, however, the oma for what purpose? For the sake of Allah soprano.

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Via de noona. They consider this to be an act of worship. They do this for the sake of Allah they worship Allah through this through what having no sir for the oma.

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We are definitely Duna and they believe in Marana Cody he the meaning of his statement, who statement of sallallahu alayhi wasallam of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam with statement that a mini mini Caledonia and that the believer to the other believer is like a building like a firmly constructed structure. Because that is what a Boolean is. a Boolean is not, you know pieces of wood that have been stacked together. And then a sheet is thrown over them that is not Boolean because one bush and everything will fall to the floor. What is bunion, a firmly constructed structure.

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Like for example, when bricks are layered, one on top of the other, arranged in a perfect manner. And then they're not just layered, but they're also joined together.

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This is how a believer is to the other like a building, you should do battle the whole battle parts of it, support and strengthen other parts of it. And when the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said this worship bucha he interlaced Vayner or Saberi between his fingers. He interlaced his fingers, he brought them together to demonstrate what it means by a Boolean, and what the relationship of the believers are, you know, with one another, how a believer is to another.

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What is it that we learned from this? interlace your fingers and then you'll understand.

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Look at your fingers. What do you see?

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What do you see?

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There are no gaps, okay? And

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now interlace your fingers and pull your hands away from each other.

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It's hard to do that.

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So when people are pulling you from different directions, but if you're united, and there's no breaking, you're together and how is it that you remain

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ferm how, by being together.

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And if this interlacing of fingers is not done, then what will happen? Somebody will grab your arm from this side, and your hand will go. Right? So, this is a very strong grasp, separated fingers, they're weak on their own, but once the fingers are interlaced, this strengthen each other.

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So the believers are a source of strength for each other, how that when there is a weakness in one person

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who makes up for it.

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The other one, he will complete it.

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So a believer is a mirror to his brother, when you look at yourself in the mirror, what are you looking for? defects, right? But when you identify those defects, do you just talk about them? Do you just identify them and leave them? Or do you do something about them?

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You do something about them.

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So a believer is a mirror to his brother. When he finds error in his brother he men's him. Humans him he does his Islam.

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Why? Because he is in fact mending who himself

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is believer is in need. He ate him. When he's sick, he visits him because they are together. We'll call he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the statement of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam methylone movement in the example of the believers, feet away the him in there, the word what is the word? mutual love, love for one another, what or whom he him? And their thought ah hum their mutual mercy, their mercy towards each other? Think about this mercy towards each other, what does it mean? showing mercy to one another?

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What does it mean?

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Can a believer be isolated from the rest? The word the him, what are our humi him? What are our puffy him What is the output of mutual affection? Their empathy towards each other? their understanding towards each other? their feelings for one another? What is their example? Come at that in just said like the example of a body either stuck in men who are older one, when one part of the body complaints of what been fever injury hurt the other Allah who said it'll just study the rest of the body that are Allah who complains of the same bill Homer with what with fever was self and sleeplessness

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meaning they share feelings and pains. When one is in need, than the other, alleviate his need.

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They treat one another with leniency and kindness. They show concern for one another. Just think about it. If one fingernail

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fingernail even is hurting, you know sometimes you hurt your cuticle on your finger. And what happens? Does it cause any pain? Where's that pain felt? The entire body feels it right? Yes The pain is extreme, you know on one location however the entire body experiences the hardship.

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So, likewise, a group of believers What are they like a body?

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One believer is like the finger another is like the arm another is like the eye. Another is like the head. Another is like the foot together one body. So it's not possible that one is hurting and the other says What do I care?

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One is suffering. And the other says Oh, what a fail What a loser.

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No,

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this is not how believers feel for each other. Each believer is performing a different role. But all believers are bound together in one body. We cannot isolate ourselves from each other.

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We can have differences but we're bound together.

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Well morona has severe in del Bella E and they order patients are in del Bella e at the times of calamity at the times of trial. They encourage patience not rebellion was sugary and they encourage sugar gratitude or in the raha

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at the time of the heart. What is it a hot is

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what Reba and they encourage a riblah what is

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contentment pleasure? Be more vilcabamba be more real

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About what is more bitterness, and what is Kaaba decree.

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Meaning when decree the father, it feels bitter. Why? Because it's hard. It's difficult. What do the lasagna order?

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Be?

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They encourage patience at times of difficulty. They encourage gratitude. When there's ease, not selfishness. They don't encourage selfishness. They encourage contentment, satisfaction, when, at the time of difficulty, not impatience, and who do they encourage themselves as well as one another?

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Were the owner and they call to lm Academy of lucky to find conduct.

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This is what they invite you they observe good conduct themselves, and they also invite do it. This is what they promote. What is muckety muck o'clock macadam? You can say pure stuff o'clock, because the cream of everything is it's best. When more odd Benjamin are the low on who was sent to collect a cat, he was told, beware of the karate aim of their wealth, meaning don't take the best of what people have. So macadam o'clock is what the best of luck, the finest o'clock where the owner Illa mechanical o'clock, one mahasin is our man and beautiful good deeds mahasin What is my husband from hosts and things that adorn you? And it refers to the actions which are upon the limbs. So what kind

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of actions do they encourage? Do they promote mahasin beautiful good, we are decayed Luna and they believe marinelle Kohli, he the meaning of his statement sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with statement of his that Acoma Luna meaning Eamon and our son whom hold open the acumen and meaning translate this for me.

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The most complete of the believers in aemon are who those who are best have them in character, those who are finest in contract, they believe in the meaning of the studies

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and this are these we need to remember and this are these we need to keep in front of our eyes.

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that a man is only complete with good character.

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Otherwise without good character, he man is incomplete and good character with Allah subhanaw taala as well as with creation with Allah subhanaw taala how

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Hmm.

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Okay earthly the Rebbe receiving a lot of commands with acceptance with submission with openness, and with the creation being generous towards them, and refraining from harming them. So our sonawane como con when de buena and they encourage, they invite the urge Isla towards and does Lila Mankato Park, that you join with those who got you. Who sever from you. What directly men held on a sec, and that you give to those who forbid you with our full Amanda lemak. And you pardon you overlook those who wronged you. This is what they encourage you to do Bona Have you heard of the term Mundo What is that? recommended? preferred that which is encouraged. So this is what they encourage. This is what

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they teach.

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What

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First of all, and does Lila Mancha park that those who cut off from you? You join with them? They don't say things like don't talk to her and don't talk to him. And don't work with her and don't don't work with him. No, this is promoting what cutting off from each other. What did the listener say?

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Talk to her. Talk to him. Call her

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work with her makeup somehow. This is what they encourage you to buena Ella and dusty loman carpark. Because what does it mean by Russell? What did the profit side of autism say who is waffling? Who is the one who joins the one who reciprocates? No, who is he? The one from whom people cut off but he joins with them.

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So don't say things like because he doesn't talk to me. I won't talk to him. She doesn't call me I will not call her.

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No.

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And does Lila men kabarak what two or three men hold on Mac

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The one who deprives you, you give him so don't say things like

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Because she doesn't give me anything ever have I'm not gonna give her anything ever.

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She didn't give me I won't give her

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know, what is the way of Allison? They don't give us we will give them

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she doesn't give me I will give her what are for I'm Mangala Mk. And that you pardon those who wronged you what is

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offense and denial, both that when something does something offensive against you. And secondly, they also deny you your right. This is live bolter. So those who do loom on you, so for example, they do something which is not right towards you, or they take away from you, What is yours? What is your right? thoughtful? pardon them? Why

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in hope of Allah's mercy and forgiveness, and also in order to foster love. Because if people take your right away, and you take their right away, then what will this lead to facade? If you think about it, all of the values of Alyssa which are mentioned over here, what are they promoting Islam and keeping away from facade

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without morona and they order they command, the visual Wiley daini

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be very worried aim to be good towards parents, this is what they teach, this is what they promote, be good towards your parents. Why?

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Because the sign of the parents are many

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out of all human beings that we know that we live with.

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When it comes to personal matters, obviously, when it comes to religious matters, the sign of the profits of a lot of time is a greatest upon us. However, when it comes to people that we know, people whom we live with, people whom we are related to whose son is a greatest upon us, our parents. So why morona Rebellion validate and what is built with the well, being righteous with the parents to bring about good according to your ability, do good to them according to your capacity, whatever that you can do, and restrain from keep away from harming them in any way. And remember that bitter validation is for the brain. And what does Allah subhanaw taala commanded us to do?

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will be Why did any Santa so bear is the minimum requirement with the parents and this is what the listener promote, be good to your parents.

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And bid includes a variety of good deeds at a large scale, different different kinds, not just one way of doing go towards parents, no different ways. Way more wanna be billion validating was similar to our honey. And they also order this what to join their relationships. Were Huisman do it, and being a good neighbor.

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Why? Because whoever believes in a line the last day, then let him honor his neighbor. For the listener promote this also that be good towards your neighbors. So more towards the prophets. Allah doesn't have said that whenever you cook broth, he said this to a woman that whenever you cook broth, then increase its water. Why? So that you can share some with the neighbors?

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So what's a little or hammy? What helps me to do it.

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And being good towards the neighbor includes two things actually includes many things but they can be summarized into two main categories. One is doing your center them, honoring them, respecting them, spending on them, treating them well. And the other is refraining from harming them, keeping away from anything that could harm them, annoy them make their life difficult, because you see a neighbor is, you know, you can say he's helpless because he's living next to you. What can he do? He has to put up with you. You understand? So when you are living next to someone than what is your responsibility that you do your best to not harm them in any way. in any way. Like for example, you

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can have your grass cut at seven o'clock in the morning on Sunday. But will that annoy the neighbors? Yes.

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It will. You could leave your grass to grow and not cut it at all and let weeds grow. But will that harm the neighbors? It will ruin their grass.

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Right? You can leave the snow on your you know on the sidewalk which is on your property. You could leave it but will that annoy the neighbors? Yes. That when they have to go through your property to walk from one side of the street to the other. They can slip because you didn't clear the snow you could park

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park your car in a way that is annoying them. You know sometimes on the street, the cars are parked in such a way that people cannot go into their driveways.

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So, this is all something that we need to take care of hosted us, well if Sani inelia timer and they also order, they also encourage your son towards the orphans who is an orphan, a child that is disturbed from the loss of his father

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or son towards that child. What am I attacking?

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And those who are needy? Who am a second, those who are disturbed. Why? Because their financial needs are not being fulfilled. You're sent towards that witness Seville? Who is the traveler? Someone who was disturbed why because he's not at home? What if he will Mum, Luke? And they also ordered gentleness with the Mum, Luke? Who is Mum, Luke, the one who is owned.

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And who does this refer to your first two slaves, but not just leaves?

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Also, others that people own like for example, animals.

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We own them, right? Whether you can call it back, or you can call it something else, whatever, whether it's a fish or a cat, or a bird, your son or gentleness towards the mum Luke being gentle towards this is also something that the listener promote way and hona and they forbid so on the one hand, what are their values? What do they encourage? And on the other hand, what is it that they forbid people from way and how nine and 40? they forbid from what is fun?

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To be boastful. Sure.

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they forbid this don't show off. Well who Yella and arrogance thinking highly of oneself. ostentation well, buddy and tyranny, rebellion, one because this is barely right, harming other people rebelling against them, taking away their rights from them. So they forbid people from this well is still talathi idol Hulk, we happen to be like the Hulk. And they also forbid from is still taller, what is still taller, what's the root

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pool

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pool what is

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to be tall, right to be long

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is still Paula is the fall

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to try to be above people.

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Greater than them.

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Have superiority over them.

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But notice, well is still quality over the creation be helped them with right.

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You may be justified in the fact that you are older than another person, you have more knowledge than them, you have more experience than them. You have more wealth than them. You have more status than them. You have the help. Still, the listener say Don't do it. Don't be hottie don't show yourself to be superior. Don't show yourself to be great. don't boast over others. Don't exalt yourself over others

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don't show a sense of superiority over others is the quality and unhealthy whether you have the right, you're justified because you have those, you know those qualities over later Hulk or even without any right.

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So what do they promote?

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humility and respect.

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humility and respect? Well, Marina, and they order because the thing is that when someone you know has something because of which they are superior to others, then how do others feel around them insecure and threatened?

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And if that person is constantly highlighting, you know, their superiority over others, whether it is their age, you know, like, for example, children, they're boasting. I'm older than you know, one child says, I'm older than you and what do you see on the face of the other child? For me, right. One child shows he has more candy. He has the hawk to show that yes, I have more than you. He's justified and that is true. He is right in that he does have more candy. He is older, but still, when he's highlighting that superiority, what is the other feeling

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that about himself.

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So, even if you have certain qualities, whether it is knowledge or status, or wealth, ideas, whatever it may be, don't show off. Don't talk about yourself in front of others. Don't make people feel threatened by your presence. be approachable, be welcoming when morona vema

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And they order B morale o'clock lofty characteristics, they have high standards.

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And that is what they encourage when whoa non success and they prohibit these characteristics, success, what is it lowly

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that are appalling, that are disliked, like lying piano for harsh. That is what they forbid.

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These are their core values, what are their core values?

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What do we see? And all of these words that are mentioned? sincerity, integrity, tolerance, benevolence, dedication, discipline, respect.

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This is part of our aqeedah

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they're not just fancy words that decorate a wall. They shouldn't just be fancy words that decorate a webpage. They shouldn't be fancy words that decorate a slide.

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No, these are part of our aqeedah being sincere.

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And you'll see her integrity, being honest and fair. Having strong moral principles. being tolerant, forgiving, being benevolent kind, towards parents, towards the needy, towards the orphans, towards the neighbor. Being dedicated.

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Unity, discipline having a high standard and respect. Don't show off. Be humble, be approachable. This is all part of our Akita. We're called Luma coluna, who we have our Luna who

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and all of this, which they say and which they do

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they say it and they do it, what do they say? Whatever is mentioned earlier, the maroon

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they order this the underbone they recommend this. So all of this which they say wherefore I don't know who and they also do it min Hana of this lady and also other than it meaning this is not, you know the complete list of their values. There's more because the Quran and Sunnah they teach us about many more important values. So all of this they do it for in my home, whether they teach it or their practice it what are they doing in reality for intimate than indeed not but home they are fee in it? Toby ronelle kitabi wasana in reality, they are following the book and the Sunnah.

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Why do they adopt these characteristics? Why do they promote these values? Why? Why do they prohibit certain things? What's the reason? Because they're following the Quran and the Sunnah, because the Quran tells us to adopt these noble characteristics. The sigma tells us to adopt these noble characteristics.

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So they're in reality following the Quran and Sunnah. Many times we bring about a change in our behavior towards others, we adopt certain values. Why? What's the reason? We just want to impress other people, or we want to be in their good books, or we just want to improve our relationship, or we want to be known as a person who is nice.

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But the listener do this. Why? Because they follow the book. And so now what are you gonna do home and they're 30 on their way. Here it is the new Islam the religion of Islam. And what is Islam? Allah the birth Allahu be Mohammedan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the religion which Allah sent Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam with if you think about it, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam Why was he sent to perfect good manners?

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The Quran What does it do? It perfects good character. It tells us what is my roof? What is Mancha. So if we leave the Quran and Sunnah, then where will we find good luck from Why do we have to refer to others? Why do we have to look somewhere else to find good o'clock? Is it not mentioned in the Quran in the Sunnah?

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So all of this they do as everybody in other words, because they're following the Quran and Sunnah. And this is the reason why it is said that in there Eva data Luffy Lena are the

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the Rebbe that the acts of worship of those who were heedless, what are they just mere customs there just are that they're doing it without any spirit.

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Why that'll monta be here. tobyhanna

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and the customs of the hateful ones. What are the acts of worship

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the habits of those who are

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Awake of those who are alert of those who are conscious. What are they those habits are even acts of worship.

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Lacking, but Lama when Oberon Nabi sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam informed, and no matter who that indeed is oma SATA Federico, it will

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differ, it will become divided. How much harder peloton was Sabrina filco how many groups 73 groups good laughing now, all of them shall be in the fire illa wahida except one

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and what is that one group where he and jamara and it is the jamara

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that which the people of knowledge are united upon Wolfie hedison on who and in a hadith from him meaning reported from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and no color that he said, whom they are men, kana Allah, those who are upon Miss Lima and are alaihe on that which I am upon Aloma today was happy and my companions. So who are those upon guidance, despite the divisions despite the differences, despite the many darknesses

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who are the those who are upon the way of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and upon the way of the Sahaba

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So since this is the case that there are so many divisions, so many differences, the Asana sutra, they have become Alma Thomas, Hakuna those who hold on to Bill Islami with Islam. They're the ones who hold on to Islam, which Islam and my only meaning only Islam, which Islam alcohol is the pure one on this show, which is free from any blemish, whom they are so nutty. Well, jamara they are the people of Sunnah, and jamara.

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Now, over time, many things have been added to the religion. Many things have been changed, changes have been made. But the listener, what has been their way? They don't adopt those changes. What do they adopt? What do they hold on to the pure, original faith? That was practiced by the prophets of Allah is Allah and his companions? So the Amazon, what are they upon? What do they follow? How would you define them? Those who cling to the pure Islam, which is free from any distortion, free from any changes, free from any alteration? Because what does the last panel data say an opinion would been? Well, at the federal coffee agreement, Dean, the dean which has been given establish that

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and don't defer concerning it, how will differences come? When people change the deen when people add to it, when they innovate? Right? So this is real unity of the listener will jamara that they are upon the hug despite the passage of time, that over time many things are invented, many things are changed, but they hold on to the truth. They hold on to the original, like we learned in the Hadees that I'll do bite, you know, hold on to it with what with your molar has been no idea.

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Hold on to the original religion. This is the way of Atlas of knowledge tomorrow. Because you see, there are many people who claim to be and listen. Everyone says they're Alyssa valdemar. Right. But what is the definition of a lucid nojima? Those who hold on to the Quran, the Sunnah, the way of the Sahaba. And this is something that we need to see. are they holding on to the original lien or are they holding on to something that came later? Something that began later. So this is the way of Amazon Elmo Tomasi, Kona bill Islam in my little hollesley on the show. Those who hold on to pure pristine religion, of pristine purity, whom Allah subhanahu wa Giamatti will fee him as a diccon.

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And amongst them are asleep do own the truthful wash you heard that he and the martyrs will slowly Hoon, and the righteous woman home, and among them are our lamb on Hooda wasabi hood Duda. Among them are those who are a sign of guidance and those who are a light in darkness, who people have knowledge.

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People have knowledge, and what are they described as our alarm when our alarm is uploaded.

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of Ireland and what is are the Assign a landmark like for example a mountain or a flag. Sometimes certain people, certain personalities even they're called on why okay. So, for example, they become an expert of a field. So, they become a sign, you know that science is recognized by them,

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isn't it? Which is why we see that so, many concepts are so many diseases even who are the named after people who you know discovered the cure for them or identified that disease correct. So, this is Adam, Harlem is also a personality. So, amongst the listener will demand there are other people who are a sign of guidance, distinguished men of guidance. They are people whose directions others follow. They are people by whom others are guided. They're the nurturing scholars

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and nurturing scholars are the one who that woman saw be heard the gem wasabi has a Florida Miss bar, what is Miss bar, a lamp and Abuja darknesses. So those people who are there, they're like light, they generate light. How do people find their way? How do people find their way through the light? Through the light that these scholars show? People try their way under the beams of their light? Whose lights of the scholars the guidance that the scholars give?

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Now, if you think about it, when it comes to adults, so many different things, you know, people have said, so many theories, so many confusing concepts. How do you figure out what is right What is wrong? It's literally as if a blanket of darkness has overcome the oma.

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So where do you find the light? There are people in this room who hold on to the Quran and Sunnah and edgemarc the way of the companions and they will be a source of light a source of guidance. They become a landmark of guidance on all Munna, Pavan thora. And there are people who are possessors of menarche, what is Menaka, plural of mandriva. And it's basically a rank that a person has reached a rank of honor, a rank of nobility. People have status and this status, this rank, high status, this new ability that they have, it is not sold on, meaning it is reported, you know, generation to the next or one person to another, meaning their great qualities are well known, will follow a little

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myth, Cora and their follow in their virtues. They are metacoda there mentioned they're spoken about. So in other words, in this oma

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Yes, there will be waves of darkness, there will be waves of confusion. Yes, this will happen. However, the prophets on a lot of them said that there will remain one group that is upon the heart. And who is that one group, those who follow the way of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam, who adopt the same way that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was upon there, the Alyssa nojima. And these people, there are scholars amongst them. So the code amongst them Shahada amongst themselves, amongst them, there are scholars amongst them and these scholars, they become a source of guidance, they become a source of light, that when people are confused, when people are in ignorance, when people are in

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depression, they take them out, they pull them out. And these individuals, they have great virtues, great qualities that are well known that are established. Well feeding him and among them are also

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abdol. This cannot be translated. It's the plural of Bedell? What does better mean? One that is changed? a bell refers to there, you can translate that as substitutes, okay, but it's not a complete translation. It refers to people of knowledge. Why are they called Abdel because whenever any one of them dies, his substitute succeeds in

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a loss of panel data will always always send someone in this room who will be a source of guidance for the nation, who will be a source of pulling people out of darkness. Every now and then there will always be someone that when it will seem like the light of Islam will extinguish. And and very soon people are going to forget the book of Allah. They're going to deviate from the Sunnah the Quran will be forgotten the Sunnah will become unknown. What happens? Allah subhanaw taala will send someone who will be a source of battle, change revolution.

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Someone who will

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change lives, someone who will change the thinking of people,

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someone who will change the habits of people. And do we see this in history? Yes. Do we see this in our times? Also? Yes. That helped 1000s of people, their lives are changed.

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Their habits are changed their thinking their priorities are changed. Why?

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Why? Because there was someone who showed them the Quran and the Sunnah,

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who put in them, the love for Allah, the love for the messenger. And because of that, a revolution began

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in the life of that individual,

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in the family of that individual, in the community of that individual, entire communities are changed. So Allah subhanaw taala sense of that. revolutionaries, people who change lives.

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Because think about it, how difficult it is for people to change their lives. Is it easy, you can give them so many incentives, you can threaten them, but you cannot change them unless and until their heart is changed. So there are people from the Atlas on whom Allah subhanaw taala gives so much Eman to so much stuff, that they're able to touch lives, they're able to touch hearts.

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Their reformers

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will see him up, Dan, we're fee him in moto Dean. Amongst them are the leaders in the dean who is a model people who will lead others people who are a model for others, an example for others, and levina. And there are those people who are jamario Muslims, the Muslims have unanimously agreed Allah hedayati over their guidance. What did I owe to him? And their rectitude? Meaning the Muslims have unanimously agreed that yes, these people are righteous they are upon guidance by for example, you know, the author of this book, he was literally a revolutionary.

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There were so much chaos at his time, not just an air cleaner, but even politically so much unrest, so much confusion. But what happened? What did he turn people's attention to? Quran, Sunnah, ah, ma.

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And then after him what happened when he died?

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who became the next revolutionary over many, many of his students, even though he was one of his students. Right. So a few of them and the Muslims have agreed that yes, these people were upon guidance, you know, even people who disagree with even taymiyah they will still praise him.

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His opponents will praise him they will acknowledge the fact that he was a knowledgeable man

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for whom and they are if atonement Sula,

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they are the group that is aided that has helped.

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And Medina those people who Allah Fie him, he said about them, who said about them and abuse Allah who are us and them.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said about them, that lat as an author, if atonement, Almighty Allah,

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there will always remain a group of my oma upon the truth, and this group will be Masuda they will be helped lay the room man holla for home, the one who opposes them will not be able to harm them, while I'm in huddle at home, and the one who abandons them also cannot harm them.

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had that the commissar until the hour is established.

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So those upon the help

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those upon the Quran, the sooner the ismar. What do we learn? They are those who are aided, there are those who are helped. But the term aid the term help? What does that mean? What does that mean? When do you get help when there's a problem when you're suffering?

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So this by definition means that those who are on the hook will definitely experience trials and difficulties.

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It means that there must be aching, painful experiences of suffering.

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There definitely will be many trials, because only then there is a need for it.

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Otherwise, there's no need for it. There's no need for an answer. If there are no problems.

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Why should there be help?

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So those who are upon the Hulk What does it mean? They will

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Definitely be tested. They will definitely be tried. It will kill him said I'll help him on Sauron. Woman the hand on fella. Third job for heavy Sonata Romani.

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The truth is always aided,

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it is always tried, then do not be surprised, because this is the Son of the Most Merciful.

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This is the son of Allah subhanaw taala, the one who is most merciful.

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If you want to adopt the truth, if you want to hold on to it, then yes, there will be trials, but you will not be left alone, you will be helped. Shift nurse Damien says, Do not be weighed down with incapability and laziness. Whenever you see that you cannot achieve your target at the first try. Be patient and try once again. Be patient with the mockery and just have people against you. Because the enemies of the religion are many. Do not be disturbed by your being alone in the field. You are indeed a community even if you are just one as long as you are on the truth with this, rest assured that you will be aided either in this world or in the hereafter.

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In Lenin Sadhguru Solana one Medina Avenue filha to dunya Why don't we Akuma shad, indeed, We will definitely help our messengers and those people who believe were in this life and also on the day that the witnesses will stand. So yes, holding on to this arcada holding on to this truth is beautiful. But it will also cause many trials. It will also bring many difficulties. But hold on, and don't give up. Why. Because those who are on the hook will be helped. They will be aided.

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ness Allah, we all ask Allah.

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Allah nemen home, that he makes us part of them. Part of who the understanding ultramar will allow us Isla kulu Bona and that he does not deviate our hearts bar that it had an after he guided us. Well and yeah banana, and that He grants us milodon who from himself Ramadan mercy in who who and we have indeed he is ever giving. Well, lo Artem and Allah is the most nuke Allah knows best. Meaning This was our best effort according to our knowledge and our understanding. And we ask Allah, that he makes us amongst those who are upon the truth, and that he does not let our hearts deviate after he has shown us the truth and that He grants us mercy from himself so that we are protected from

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misguidance indeed he is the ever giving. Well sal Allahu Allah Mohammedan And may Allah has solid be upon Muhammad Ali he and his family will be in this country companions was seldom at the Sleeman kathira and may abundant peace be upon them as well. May Allah Allah be upon His Messenger, may he praise him in the most lofty assembly, bless him with every good and much, much abundant peace be upon the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family as well as his companions.

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And with this 100 Allah we conclude the book, with Allah's mercy with a loss help.

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And I remind you of the first lesson, in which we learned about the etiquette of learning knowledge, that, first of all, a person's intention must be sincere at the beginning, as well as at the end. Once we begin this journey, this book, the study of this book, we looked at our intentions, and now also we must observe our intentions.

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The blessing of knowledge is a huge blessing, which demands sugar. The Ellison encouraged sugar, they encourage themselves to be grateful, and they encourage one another to be grateful as well.

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And this knowledge is no small blessing. It demands sugar from all of us, sugar, in both ways, in all ways, from the tongue, in the heart, as well as through actions. So do something to thank Allah

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to show your gratitude for the blessing of this knowledge that you were able to begin the book and also completed, that you were able to learn and grow

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flecked over so many I had so many ahaadeeth to talk about Allah azza wa jal that talk about his messenger, that talk about divine faith, that bring clarity to our mind. That gives us motivation in our VEDA that develops sincerity in the heart. So show gratitude, feel grateful in the heart, express gratitude through your tongue, and also show gratitude through your actions, show gratitude, through giving sadaqa show gratitude by giving sadaqa officer lm also.

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Because in shock, often.

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If you are grateful, then surely Allah will increase the blessings for you. And at the end, we all seek forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala. Because there have been shortcomings.

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There have been mistakes, there have been errors, those errors that we realized, and those errors that we have still not realized, and will not pardon us. For all of those mistakes. There are errors there are shortcomings in our actions, where we say big things, but we do very little. May Allah pardon us. For the if the laugh that definitely exists in what we write, and in what we do, in what we say, and in what we do. And may Allah subhanaw taala give us the strength to bring all of this on one page, our actions as well as our words,

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our intentions and our actions.

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anything you'd like to say you're most welcome. As to what you learned from this book, or anything you'd like to express.

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Manslaughter helped, aided, and obviously, that helped, which leads to victory. So depending on the situation, depending on the context, Nasr will be different.

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You know, for example, if an individual is struggling in his family, and he's holding on to the Hulk, and there's false rumors, false propaganda that is being spread about him, what is the help, that Allah gives him strength, that the truth is made known, and that person is able to hold on to the truth. So this is help at different levels help is different. So in some situations, Nasser means help aid. In other situations, that means victory.

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It doesn't only mean political victory,

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it means help and aid, which is different depending on the context.

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insertable here where we learn about the example of the good tree, the example of the good word is like the good tree, a sleuth avataan will follow through her fist summer, to the akula, Cola, Hayden, b neopia. The route is solid, it is firm, and the branches are high in the sky. And it gives fruit at all times with the permission of its Lord. This is a man, a man, his firm Arpita is solid, but it's not just that they're also branches, actions, good deeds, and then fruit. And this is exactly what we learned about in the last chapter, that these beliefs must transform into actions. And they are demonstrated through data and through luck, dealings with people interaction with

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people because you see people of color on Who are they

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who are people of Quran, who would you call people of Quran

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Okay, those who understand that read it, act upon it and

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who spend their time with the Quran.

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Right? And this is what we all desire, something because of which we will spend time with the Quran. Because we know exactly how we get distracted by this world and how quickly the Quran leaves its people.

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The Quran leaves its people when, when they don't hold on to it. So we all need something because of which we can hold on to the book of Allah.

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Then we will be called a little Koran personality wildomar it what is human being together, unity? May Allah subhanaw taala give us the correct understanding of this and may we be able to truly bring this in our lives. People have caught on people have some people have jumma people of unity

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so panic alarm will be handed over La ilaha illa Anta Mr. Phil covenanter with a sin Mr. De camara De La Habra cattle