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Assalamu alaykum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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please get him I'm about four arrows below him in a straight line rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim, Arab Israelis whether you were silly emri Tata melissani Yakubu Kohli probenecid nerima

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before we begin the lesson, I just like to thank all of you who came yesterday for the Camille Alhamdulillah those of you who came I was very happy to see you. I almost felt as though my family was here Alhamdulillah I could see some of you in the crowd all the way at the back or some two on the side. Those of you who were here and those of you who weren't I would like you to come inshallah sometime, even if it's for some time and show our the relationship line origin Bismillah R Rahman Rahim. The last Hadees that we studied was Hadith number 110.

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in which we learned that the sammobile Smee will attack then will be konia t woman or any film an Emmy for any industry. Finally, automata rufus oreti omenka beryllium automaton falletta boba McArdle hoomin enough with regards to seeing the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in one's dream. Actually, before that, I asked you to find out if there was any companion whose name was ultimate hammer.

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Did you check?

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Is it not interesting not worth it? Yes, Mohammed, even Muslim, I'm sorry. His name was also Mohammed. And he is one of those companions who was sent in order to kill the Jewish leader who was in Medina. So he went in the night with a few of his companions, and they're the ones who attacked him and killed him. So anyway, Mohammed did one Muslim he was one of the companions who had the same name as Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam, the part of the Hadees which says woman or any film anatomy for any for initiate en la atoma federal facility. This tells us that if a person sees the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a dream, then that dream has to be true. If a person sees him in a dream that

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then definitely that dream is true, meaning it is not from Shetland. Remember, we learned in SelectUSA, that there are three types of dreams. So it's not a false dream. This is definitely a true dream. But what does it mean by this, that a person thinks he saw the Prophet sallallahu sallam, or he saw somebody who was telling him something, and he assumed that it was him. So it was definitely him? What's the condition? That is definitely a true dream,

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that what you see must meet the description that we learn about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. That's one condition. And the second condition is that what a person sees, should not be against the Sharia, meaning he doesn't see the Prophet sallallahu wasallam doing something or saying something that would contradict the Sheree, or these are the two conditions. This recently somebody came and asked me that they met a lady who's very active in you can say in practicing a particular bidder. And she said that I'm very firm on this because I saw in my dream, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam put his hand on my head. And he said, what you were doing is right. So since then, I've

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become very sure that what I'm doing is right. And she is very confident about what she's doing. So I mean, if you hear something like that, what would you say? That it's not true? Why? Because the prophets are alive. And I would never ever touch a woman, isn't it? So? Even when he took the bear from the women, how did you take it with his hands? Never. He never touched a non Muslim woman. So if a person says I saw the prophet SAW the Lamas, and I'm doing this and it's against the [???]tier, or saying something, which is against the [???]tier, then is it correct? It's not the right type of dream, brother, it is Trayvon. Yeah, if you feel that it's a it's a meaningful dream. And you would

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like to know what its interpretation is, then you ask the people have knowledge about it. So that's the condition these two conditions that must be met. And we learn that once Gleb he reported that once he told even abasolo, or knew that he had seen the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in a dream, and even our basil did over and asked him to describe who he saw. And when he gave the description, and he said that he looked like Heston even early, the grandson of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he said that he has you saw the prophets Allah loves and why because his grandson resembled him a lot. In another Hadees, we also learned that he is either fallacy he said that he saw the profits or

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losses in him in a dream, and he asked even above or below or knew about it. And even our boss said that profits are a lot of them used to say shaytan is unable to imitate my form. So whoever dreamt that they saw me actually saw me and even our boss said, Can you describe that person you saw? So he is either applied? Yes, I saw a man of medium height of light brown hair, with a nice left black eyes, a nicely rounded face, his beard filled from here to here, meaning from one cheek to the other, and it almost filled his neck. So at this point, in our bus, he said that if you saw him while you were awake, you wouldn't have been able to describe him better. Meaning you definitely saw

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in your dream. So

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Some scholars have also said that because the prophets are about a certain set the statement to the companions. So this was only in the case of the companions that if they saw the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in the dream, then it was definitely a true dream. But if anybody other than the companions sees the prophets are allowed Islam since they haven't seen him in real life, they don't know about his real descriptions, right? How he was like physically. So anyone else other than the Sahaba? Some scholars say that if they claim this other prophet sort of autism in the dream, then it is not correct. But other scholars say that no, since we do have the description of the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam from different holidays, we find out about it. So if a person sees someone like that, then inshallah it is true.

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And also remember that just because a person sees the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a dream that he has seen, it doesn't mean that he is very righteous, or he is very good or that he is perfectly fine. No, it's not necessary, because we see that in real life. There were those people who rejected Him who saw him. But did that make them any righteous? Well, Gerald saw the prophets that a lot of Salah Didn't he, he heard him, I'm sure he touched him as well at some point or the other. But was he considered virtuous just because of seeing him in real life? No. So it's not just about seeing the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a dream. The point is that we must have love for a pseudo lie in

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our hearts, and we should love we should hope that we see him in the hereafter. This should be our ultimate desire, because unfortunately, amongst many people from the Muslim Ummah, their goal is to see the Prophet sallallahu Sallam in a dream. And I was amazed today I was doing a little bit of research, and people have actually devised some ways that you do such and such. And then you will see him in your dream, perform the prayer and read sort of the last 25 times 50 times opposite of the Father in every locker. And afterwards, you say, Drew Sharif, like 50,000 times lower than how many times and then when you sleep, you will see him in your dream. We know how people perform

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magic, they do so many things, and then eventually the gene will appear. It doesn't make any sense at all. So our desire should be to see the profit sort of autism in the Hereafter, and that our hearts be filled with love for him. Because we learned in the Quran, that Allah Subhana Allah says women usually have a level of resource for Ola Kamara, livina anomala who early him that whoever obeys Allah in the messenger, then such people will be with who those whom Allah has blessed, those who Allah has gifted and who are they manana been was like the theme was you had that your solid a mercenary Lega

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so whoever obeys the Prophet sallallahu sallam, then you will be in his company in the hereafter. Remember the Hadith in Witcher companion, he was serving the prophets on a lot of sediment. And the Prophet asked him that, what do you want to ask me, they said, I would like to be with you in the hereafter. So he said, then you have to help me with increase in sudduth. So you have to pray more, you have to do something yourself, so that you can be with me in the hereafter. So this is a very important point that must be clear to us. Because unfortunately, there are a lot of things out there, especially within the Muslims, and many incorrect beliefs, and a lot of the act of betrayal,

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a lot of innovations, they are based on what what people saw in dreams. They said that I saw in my dream, the Prophet told me to do this. So therefore I'm doing that. Remember, a dream cannot add to the Sharia, because the Sharia is complete. And if a person says that I saw this in my dream, he was telling me to do this, then you're saying that what the prophet brought in his life was incomplete, what Allah revealed upon him was incomplete and that is not so.

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So whatever a person sees in his dream should not be against the [???]tier I should not add to the [???]tier and if a person sees the profits that allowed him in his dream, then he must meet the description that we learn about.

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Let's continue back kita tiller is mi ke taba, writing, an enemy of knowledge kita tiller in writing down knowledge. One way of preserving knowledge is in one's memory. But if a person has memorized something, then where is it stored? In his mind in his head? Who can benefit from it? Only that person himself.

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And what you store in your mind? Gonna get lost in your mind somewhere? Yes. Many times you learn about different things and over time you forget or what you learn so well. Gradually what happens, you cannot remember it as well, later on. But if a person writes something down in addition to memorizing, I'm not saying only rely on writing and don't bother memorizing at all, no. In addition to writing, then what's the benefit? A person can always go back to it, he can always revise it. If he's forgotten. If he's unsure, he can always check again, and he can benefit from it. And along with him, besides him after him, many other people can offer

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benefit from it. And this is why we see that even at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he encouraged that his statements be written, initially he forbade and then eventually he allowed the companions that they should write it down. We learned that once the Prophet sallallahu Sallam instructed his companions, that octoly, Alicia, Alicia, the man who came in Shall we learn about that Hadees today, that right for him. Similarly, we learned that a good writer will or no, he said that the live in army he used to write the Hadees. So Buddha was afraid that he will remember more than me or he will collect more than me. So he used to write the Hadith. Similarly, we learned that

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the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said October unni for any lead akula illa haka that right whatever I say, because I do not say that which except what is true for inilah aku Illa Hakan Now you might say that, obviously, this happened at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam as well. So, why is it such a big deal? Why is mumble hottie trying to prove this? The thing is that it was the way of remember Hadith that anything that was controversial

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about which there was you know, some difference, even if it was a long time ago, remember how he would always write about it, and he would try to prove it or disprove it through Hadees. So, it was controversial amongst the people of the early generations whether it was correct to write or not. So Mr. Bahari is proving over here that it is perfectly fine. Had this no Mohammed Abu Salim in color for an hour Kiran and Sophia, an unlimited life? Have you heard of this name? Well thought of if no. Can I give you a little bit of homework? Just type out his name on Google and see what you find. He's one of the great scholars of Islam. And we learned in one of the other courses they actually

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taught about him as well. So anyway, I'm not even on a sharpie and Abuja, Haifa, Allah He said, boltonia allegion. Abu Haifa he said that I said too early, probably Allahu anhu Heller in the computer, when do you have some book? Do you have some book? Meaning some book in which you've written something? Allah? He said, No, I don't have any book in law except kita. Bala, the Book of Allah. The only book I have is the book of Allah. That's where I refer to that what I read that's what I follow, oh or Feldman, understanding comprehension, or Thea, who he is given it, comprehension, that is given to who are julen Muslim on a Muslim man, a Muslim person, I have the

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book of Allah and I have some understanding that Allah would give to a believing person

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or man what he had to say for what is in this booklet. In addition to that, I also have what is written in this booklet Allah He said who Abuja Haifa that I said to our little bit our new firmer so what is fee heavy is Sahiba. So what is in this booklet?

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Allah He said Allah was okay calculus if What does actually mean intellect? What does Apple mean? What do you know the word Apple to be? intellect right. Okay. But Apple does not only mean intellect, it also means blood money, blood money that is given to the family of the person who has been killed by who by who by the cartel so in this booklet is Uncle meaning the rules regarding blood money, warfare, calcula seeds for CAC freeing who the prisoners so some rules regarding the freeing of prisoners well, ah, and not meaning and also in this booklet is written about that Luca Lu, he will not be killed, who will not be killed Muslim, a Muslim, for who be Kassadin for a

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coffee. So these are some laws that I have written in this booklet. What do we learn this Hadees that early on who had some in written were in a Sahiba to the shows to us that kitasato or alien writing knowledge is perfectly fine. we seen this or this that, would you heifer asked our little Dino Marinho if he had a book? why did why would you have asked him about a book. We learned that there's a group, a sect that came about earlier on, and they're known as the Raphael,

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Raphael de la Elif baade, Tamar Buta, the rafidah. They claimed many wrong things about the adult

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The family of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. They were, you can say too much in love with them. And they claimed many things, they fabricated many things in their praise to show their superiority. So one of the things that they claimed was that the alibi, they have a separate must have, which is only for them. And they called it the most half of Fatima that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam gave a separate must have to do fundamental deliver on her. And this was only for the debate. It's not for the common people. It's only for the inveighed, the family of the prophets of Allah Islam. So they claim that this was the most harm that they had. But this is a completely false claim. Why? Because

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whatever the Prophet sallallahu Sallam was given, he conveyed it. We learned from so many a hadith that had written without the prophets of autism, as the people have not conveyed. And of course you have, and if the family of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam would conceal part of knowledge, then that would be a sin, that would be a great crime that would be injustice on their part, because we know that get mentally ill is something that is completely prohibited. So it is unthinkable that his own family would conceal knowledge. And we see that it is quite clear from this Hadees that the family of the prophets, a lot of artists that did not have any separate must have of their own. Because we

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see overheated Abu hanifa, he went to a little bit new and he asked him hell are in the conky tab? And do you have any other book and a separate book that is exclusively for you? So what did he say? Kala

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all that I have is Kitab a lot the book of Allah that is accessible to every believer, just as you have the book of Allah, I have that book of Allah as well, just as you read the Quran, I read the same Quran. So Kitab Allah that is what I have, oh, famine or some understanding comprehension, that is given to who a believing man by whom, by Allah subhanaw taala. So in other words, in addition to the knowledge of the Book of Allah, I also have some understanding of the deen understanding of the book of Allah.

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And we see that people, they vary a lot when it comes to understanding the book of Allah. All people are not at the same level, the way one person understands and is not necessarily that the other person understands it in the same way. One person could derive only one or two lessons maximum from one verse. And there could be another person who's driving one lesson after the other from the same verse. Doesn't it happen sometimes that you read a verse and you see it and you understand it? Yeah, it makes sense to you. But then, for example, you listen to what the student like, wow, you learn this from that, or you read a book of Hadith and you're amazed you can even derive this lesson from

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desire. So, people, they vary a lot when it comes to understanding the book of Allah, Allah, Allah and who he was given found of the deen, especially of the book of Allah soprano.

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Because he embraced Islam very early on, and he ultimately very close to the profits or losses, and obviously he was a son in law. And he lived through, you know, all of his life and he lived through the life of Abu Bakar and who are modally lower on who are financially low or no, so, he definitely saw a lot experienced a lot learned a lot. So you can imagine what kind of knowledge and understanding he must possess. So he said that nothing extraordinary what I have is five min earlier who are Judo Muslim, Omar, he had his sahifa or what is in this sorry for what is in this booklet in addition to this, I also have what is written in this booklet. So he was asked what is in this

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booklet he was told that Jehovah was told by a little little or no three things. First of all, what does Apple mean? I mentioned to you earlier, that it refers to the DHEA the blood money. question is why is DHEA called arco? What does Aquila literally mean?

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literal meaning of the word aka? Yes, Eric, what are called remember, tie your camels it means to tie two things together.

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Now, when in Arabia, when people would bring blood money to the house of the victim to the house of the person who was killed, how would they bring it in the form of camels? And it wouldn't be just one camel, it would be many candles. Now you imagine you're bringing a whole lot of candles, how would you bring them tied up and all the candles were tied one with the other and there would be the recall okay the recall meaning the rope, the rope that was used to tie the candles that would be handed over to the family of the victim. So from this, there is also called.

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So the rules pertaining dia, they are written in this booklet. Secondly, figure a says that freeing of the prisoners, which prisoners, especially those who are Muslim, meaning if there are some Muslims who have been taken as prisoners by the disbelievers, then what are the rules pertaining to that? Are we supposed to free them

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How are we supposed to read them and we learned that it is mandatory, it is wired up on the Muslims to free them to ransom them to pay the money and freedom. And reset that even if it requires giving this a cat. Even the cat can be used to free the captives. Even the cat can be used to free the Muslim capitals. The third thing that was written in the Sahaba was what? That a Muslim will not be killed for a calf it What does it mean? In the sauce in legal retribution? We know that in Islam, if a person killed another, then what's the punishment for the murder, one of the options is that he should be killed, because he killed another person. So he will be killed, he deprived another of his

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life, so he will be deprived of his own life as well. But if a Muslim person kills a catfish, a Muslim kills a cafe, then will that Muslim be killed? No, he will not be killed. Why? Because a Muslim and a cafe are not equal. They are not equal. A Muslims life is different from that of a catfish. And obviously, this will be where in a Muslim state, this will not happen in any other place. So for example, if a person for Muslim kills a non Muslim, and if he's supposed to be killed for the crime that he committed, for instance, in this country, will you say that? No, the thing is that the law of the land will happen right? This is about a Muslim state that in a Muslim state, if

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a Muslim killed the Catholic then he will not be killed, okay, some other punishment will be carried out on him, he will have to give the blood money or whatever, but he will not be killed. Because there is a difference between the Muslim and non Muslim. And obviously, in a Muslim state, it will be expected that Muslims are given preference over the rest of the people, okay, because it's a Muslim state. And the law will be that all Islam the only book that we have been given is the Quran. And if people claim that there is another must have, there's another scripture that was given to only them and it is passed on, you know, amongst them only then this is a false statement. It has no

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basis to it whatsoever because the learner himself said that he did not have any special book, or they say that there's a special book that we follow. So there is nothing like that. All people are to follow the book of Allah subhanaw taala that we see in this hadith even at the time of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam knowledge was written down. One more thing that I'd like you to notice over here is that our little the Loughran, who said Ofer earlier who rajala Muslim understanding comprehension that is given to a Muslim person. Question is, how do we develop some of the Quran?

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How should we do that? By reading it by reflecting on the ayat God Allah Bharani he's a Jewish kid he used to live beside the Turkish brother. And this kid he used to go to the grocery of the Turkish man and he gets every time he gets grocery. So he used to steal every time chocolate whenever you go there and the Amoeba him he used to you know, he didn't tell him why he taken it he just you know, let it go. So at one day the job Allah He forgot to steal chocolate. So what happened to him he called him telling me forgot to steal the chocolate and then the kid is scared like any kid his care so much and he Fred, tell his mom, so he tell him I'm not gonna punish you. I'm not gonna tell your

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mother or tell police just don't worry, But promise me never steal from me or from anybody. He said, I promise. So anyway, he came despite Allah he became a friend of Amoeba him so every time he has a problem, he used to go to him so he became a teenager and that uncle Ibrahim he told him Okay, bring you the Quran. Senator rich and open any page. So he opened any page is Jada and I'm Brian, we recite the Quran and he tell him this is your solution for a problem. So he grew like that this Jordan when he grew like that, and we brought him after a while he died obviously his own mind and he died. Angela, he have another problem he where he go, so he he went to the family and they said

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our father is die and he left this book for you. So he couldn't read the Quran. He went to the friend one of the French Arabic guy and then he reads for him he recite for him he found solution in Quran anyway. So he said how I become Muslim he said you just do the Shahada. So anyway, long story short, he become a Muslim in in his hand he went to Africa million of people became Muslim in Jada Lohan. And after he died, his mother also became a Muslim. So this is from the Quran am Ibrahim he took a lesson from Quran and he used to give it to somebody because of him, millions of people became so this is the this is the key to helping oneself and helping other people. This is the key

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to doing Dawa. Unless and until a person understands the Quran is knowledge of the deen is income

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It's one of the first steps many times it happens that when people start studying the deen the start studying many things and they think that studying the Quran is not as important, but it's necessary that the Quran is understood first and foremost. And one more thing that how can we develop some of the Quran the first thing is that reflect on the verses a lot of pounds Allah himself says that keytab an engineer who will aka Moroccan, why Leah de baru it. So first of all, you reflect yourself, take time to reflect, don't rush through the verses. And it doesn't just mean that we, you know, sit in your class and over there we're reflecting, even when you're reciting Quran yourself,

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that is the time of reflection. That is the time of, you know, taking lessons out for yourself for your personal life. Don't limit reflection on the Quran, do it the fear class only because you cannot attend the classes all the time. So you have to be able to continuously derive lessons from the Quran for yourself. So for that you have to reflect on the Quran. Therefore, when you're reciting the Quran, don't just worry about completing the page or completing the surah or completing the jewels or whatever your target is, but take time to reflect on the verses. And whatever you don't understand yourself, then refer to different resources as well. But this foam is necessary

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because it's the key to all the knowledge of the deen. Let's continue. Had this an Abu Nariman New Canaan. Allah had the sachet burner and yahia Avi Salah, Mata and Avi writer, and the Hosea.

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Our new he narrated that Hosea mini the tribal cozaar one of them otterloo they killed Rosalyn, a man. They killed a man and this man was named Benny liason from Blue lace. When did they kill him on the year off? futtaim aka the conquest of Makkah. So the same year when Morocco was conquered, a person from husar killed another from Bernoulli Why did they kill him? b 13 for a 14 because of a squatty potty furreal What is this is some safer Misha. And remember that furreal gives the meaning of either fairies or mob rules over here. It gives a meaning of McCool. So they killed him because of a mosquito meaning a person who was killed minimum of them otterloo they killed him. So in other

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words, they killed the person from Bhanu lays in retaliation in revenge

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because he had killed someone from the tribe of cozaar for abila so he was informed the Delica of that who was informed of it and abuse of Allahu alayhi wa sallam. So when he found out for Kiba so he embarked rahila de who is rohilla ratio wrestler his journey, okay to travel. So rahila the means of traveling is animal is she camel and he embarked Has she camel and he went to the people for half of us so he addressed for Carla. And then he said in the Lucha Indeed Allah hubba hubba Sir, have su neffs What does happiness mean to restrain? So he restrained on Makkah from Makkah, what UTLA The Killing?

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Allah restraint killing from committing he did not allow that any person be killed in Makkah.

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Oh will feel or and feel. What does feel mean? Elephant. Shaka, he was in doubt who about Abdullah Abdullah, who is this it refers to his student who was listening to this from him. Remember how he was not sure According to him, whether it was a tool or field? And in another version of Sahih Bukhari we learned that it is also that Allah our Abdullah, meaning Mr. Bahari, he said, katha Kala abouna him one of the narratives, this is what he said to remember what he narrated the same confusion meaning either it was Patil orefield. But we see that both meanings are relevant, a lot of restraint the field from Makkah, meaning he did not let the elephants come into Makkah. He did not

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let the sanctity of Makkah be violated.

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You understand? Allah did not allow people to kill one another, he restrained killing and he also restrained the elephants. So he did not allow the sanctity of Makkah to be violated. In other words, the word cultural and feel underwritten a very similar way. The difference is just of the dots was Allah Allah in him salah and he imposed or lay him upon the mini he gave victory over Makkah to Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam as well meaning as well as the believers, when at the conquest of Makkah,

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unquestionably we're in a hurry and indeed it lambda Hill, it is not permissible leap ahead in for anyone probably before me before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam while at the Halo and nor is it permissible he hadn't for anyone birdie after me. It was not permissible for anyone before me to fight in there and it's not permissible for anyone after me to fight in there. What in the heart and indeed it hallette Lee it was made permissible for me for how long satin minahan for just an hour of the day, it was not made permissible for me forever to fight in there No, it was only a permissible for some time. Allah unquestionably what enter and indeed itself it had he this time, at this time,

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how long it is how long meaning at this time that I'm speaking, Makkah is again a sacred place. So, it was only made halaal for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for just some time. So now that this is a place, which has to be respected, then now what are you tell Ashoka? tala Holman? What does Holman mean to become empty hilarya so now you should not be uprooted, so that the place becomes empty. What should not be uprooted from it? Shoku has its thorns. So even if there are some thorny plants in Makkah that grow by themselves? You're not allowed to uproot them. Well, I euro Babu and nor should it be got what should not be cut chateauroux hair it's tree. So the trees of Makati should

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not be cut.

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While ah and North Dakota, it be picked up? What? Sad people to her. It's fallen object. So if anyone dropped something in Makkah, are you allowed to pick it up? You're not allowed to pick it up? Well, I told katusa people to how we learned about the locata earlier. Okay. Did you find anywhere else? If it's something very insignificant? Can you pick it up? Can you pick it up? Yes, you can. If it's a pen, a small piece of paper paperclip? Can you pick it up? Of course you can.

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And if it's something big, then what do you do? If it can survive on its own? You don't pick it up. But if it's something that can get spoiled, or it will get ruined, it'll get destroyed? You'll get harmed. And what do you do you pick it up and you announce it for a year? Nobody claims it, you keep it. But if you find something like that in Makkah, whatever it is, you don't touch it. You don't touch it will add to takaku circuito to her Illa except lemon chitin. For the one chit meeting only the one [???] can pick it up. Who is one? Should one should this one who does mesh or the other? Can you think of any other word from the same root? machine? What doesn't need me to sing?

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So when a person sings? Does everybody hear him? Yes, someone should. Okay is one who is searching one who is announcing. So this is the person who picks up something, only to announce it so that it can be found by the owner. So for example, the caretakers of the huddle, if they find some lost property, can they pick it up? Yes. Why? Because if somebody has lost their property, who will go to

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them, they will go to them to claim for it to ask for it. And if they do not find it is sitting over there, you pass by and you know that you're leaving tomorrow, you won't have the time to find an office where you can deposit it and what do you do? Don't touch it, leave it Why? Because the owner will come back for it. And if he doesn't, then the property that is in market is also sacred, you cannot take it.

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But let's say you are there, and you do know where to give it. How you can find you know the person who could possibly who it could belong to? Or for example, you know where the office is where you can give it then what do you do? You can pick it up and give it over there. And also remember that times have changed now, before when people would go, you know they would go and stay there for several days. And there wouldn't be so many people. Now if you go you know, it's quite possible your relatives are there at the same time but you don't even come across one another. Why? Because there's so many people so many doors. The machine itself is so vast than the hotel Dover there are

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so many. I mean, where can you find a person? How many times can you announce? Are you there for each other? Are you there for announcing lost property? You can't do that. So therefore, we'll add to takato circuito to her Illa Lehman ship finance so whoever Potala he was killed. Now remember where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is saying this A man was killed? So he's saying that whoever is killed for who so he Bihari at highest height? What does it mean?

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Best good. Any other words from the same root hayata? choice, very good data. So he is behind me another rainy, another angel of NASA. NASA doesn't just mean to look to see it has many meanings depending on how the word knows or is being used. Sometimes it is a de novo, meaning in this is an unsolved problem meaning something that must be looked into something that must be investigated, something that must be researched. So another line over here means do rulings. So he has an option he has the choice between two rulings, he can choose one of the two, one of the two comments in law either and that euro color What's the meaning of the deer right the blood money. So in my in Europe,

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Allah either he should be taken blood money for meaning the person who has been killed, how will revenge be taken for him that either the blood money is taken for him? What Emma and or and that you father yukata What does this word mean? It gives me enough sauce in theory from the same root in Thea this to submit. So you caught the he should be handed over meaning he will be taken to sauce from he will be killed by who? Luca to the family of the victim for the origin. So a man came mean Aaliyah money from the people of Yemen for color on the profit side of autism said this a man from the people of Yemen he came for color. So he said look to blee right for me this year rasulillah a

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messenger of a loss of autism. I want this in written please, for color. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam instructed the companions OIC to write it down the Abbe Fulani. For a Boolean and from other hobbies, we learned that his name was a boon for Colorado lawn so a man said when coration from the crash and who was this man or basil delivering who the uncle of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said inlet except the plant Yasuda law or messenger of Allah. He said please, exempt the input plant that please allow us to use it. Because the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that layer you fella show kohala your shadow. So he asked for an exception said please allow us to use the equip grass for

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other legitimate operation Illa Allah Rasool Allah for inessa indeed we Niger Aloo we use it, we put it where people utena in our houses will kabuna and our graves, we put it in our houses when they would make houses obviously of mud, they would mix that mud mixture with the grass with the dry grass Why? So that it wouldn't fall off easily. Okay, it wouldn't fall off easily.

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And we also use it where Purina for our graves to cover the dead for colon abuse Allah, Allah, Allah, Allah, meaning it's okay you may use it whenever you wish. Illa Allah

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Allah Allah Abdullah Abdullah said yamahai meaning he said you call you call do bill cough he's explaining the word ukar do that it is with the letter cough for clearly aware of the legs over there. It was set to aware of the lemon in your body when he was relating this Hades, one of his students who was writing this down who was studying this book from one Buhari, he said that even Buhari was asked a Yoshi in Casa Bella, who are usually in which thing Qatar Bella who did he write for him in the Prophet sallallahu sallam, what did he have written for that men?

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Allah, He said Kabbalah who had him, he wrote for him this hot, but this addressing the entire address the prophets all of a sudden gave was written for him. There are many lessons that we learned. First of all, the point of mentioning this hadith is to clarify that capital L is completely permissible. There's something that is beneficial. The prophets are a lot of them allow this even at his time. One of the lessons that we learned is her thesis, that Makkah, is a sacred place. And because of that, its plants, its trees, may not be cut, and its people may not be harmed. In another Hadees we learn that people's lives, their properties, their honor, all of that is safe,

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and it is especially sacred in Makkah. But we learned this Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that if anyone is skilled, and what he means by this is not any person who is skilled anywhere, but if anyone is skilled in Makkah.

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In the Hadith where the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that whoever is skilled, what he means is whoever is skilled in Makkah, his life has been violated were in Makkah in a place where it should have been respected. So how will the criminal be dealt with the prophet SAW a lot of them gave two options over here, the first one, that either the DMV given to the family or secondly, that the court will be killed. So from this, the scholars have said that you

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If a person commits a crime in locker that requires punishment, such as cotton or cotton, that he should be killed or that his hands should be cut off or that he should be lashed, then that punishment will be given to him in Makkah. If a person commits a crime in Makkah, then he will be punished in Makkah. But if a person committed a crime outside of Makkah, ran to Makkah to be safe, will he be punished over there? No, he will not be punished over there. We learned as I mentioned to you earlier, there will be total boycott against him so that he is forced to leave Makkah and then he'll be punished. But this artist is telling us about those people who commit crimes in Makkah. So

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for example, if a person kills another if a person commits theft, or if a person harasses someone, for example, a man harasses a woman, should he not be punished? Of course. I mean, Makkah, yes, people come there from worship, but all sorts of people come there. And we see even today how wrong things may happen. So if a person has committed a crime in Makkah, then he will be punished in Makkah. Another evidence for this is that we learn in the Quran, Allah says will lead to call to whom are in the masjid al Haram. Have you call to confy don't fight them near the mercy of Allah meaning in the harem, until they fight you over there. So if they fight you over there, then you

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also fight them even in the harem. For in Kata lucam, for Cthulhu. Home, this part of the eye in pacifically, that if they fight you, then what should you do? Fuck to do home then kill them. So if a person commits such a crime in Makkah, that is punishable, then the punishment will be given in Makkah. Why? For two reasons. First of all, he violated the sanctity of Makkah. So his sanctity will be violated in Makkah, as well. And secondly, as an ebow. Firstly, it shows that a person who disrespects the harem is not safe anywhere, he is not safe, even in the home itself. And secondly, as a philosopher who for the rest of the people, because imagine a person is punished in the heart

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on what a great lesson, it would be for the rest of the people. I remember once we'd gone for Umbra, and we prayed in the harem, and on the way back, I lost my sister lost my brother in a huge rush. So I was on my way alone. And I was making my way into the hotel, there was a mall over there. So you had to walk through the mall in order to get to the hotel. And as I'm entering all this, and I hear these alarms, Bell, so much noise and all of a sudden, the doors opened, and men are coming out, so many men were coming up, I just got freaked out. So I just go to the side didn't know what was happening. And then all of a sudden, there was a huge circle that was made, a man was brought in.

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And another person came, and he had a big lash in his head, and he just gave it to him. 10 or 20.

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Right there. And then.

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And then within minutes, the crowd, you know, dispersed and people went back in and I was in total shock What happened?

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What happened over here? And as I was going in, there was a gentleman I asked him that, do you know what happened, he said that that boy who was punished over there, he just harassed a girl in the mall, he harassed a girl, he was caught right there, and then he was brought out. And he was lashed punished in front of everybody. So a person who does not have respect for the heroin, he will not be shown respect to in the home, he will be humiliated in front of everybody as well. And secondly, a huge ibra for all people, for all people, that this is a very serious place people come here for the worship of Allah. So no, no crimes may be committed over here, no wrong things may be done over

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here. And if anyone does not respect the sanctity, then he will be punished. This is not just near the mustard, how long but the entire area of how the entire area of how to sew from where the Harlem begins. If anyone commits a crime over there, then he will be punished within the huddle.

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Another important lesson that we learn in this hadith is that the trees, the plants of the heroin cannot be cut off. The Hades does not say that buildings may not be demolished, or that mountains may not be cut, or that rock may not be broken. No. What does the Hadees tell us that the trees may not be cut off? Many people, they object a lot against the expansion of the harem, or the construction of the masjid or the construction of you know, the different buildings around the home to make it convenient for the people who are coming for the worship of the last panel down over there. And the evidence that they give the evidence that they give is what that you can't even cut

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the trees of how long so how can you construct buildings and how can you cut these mountains and how can you do this? We learned that when it comes to expansion of the

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karbo expansion of the hudon building that Masjid, this is not something that is new. It happened at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And it happened in the time of the companions as well. We learned that Romano Buddha who, who he was the first one, to have a wall built around the curb, there was no wall around the car. But

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imagine people had houses over there, and from their windows from the doors, they could see the garbage. So who was the first one to have a wall built around the car. But why? because people were building their houses too close to the carpet.

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And when they were Hajaj coming, people coming for roomlala, then what would happen, there would be less room for the people. So he put a border, telling the people that you cannot come beyond this point. And in order to build that wall, obviously to empty of that place first, right. So he bought the houses, and he demolished them. And then he built a wall around the car. At the time of Horace Mann with the governor, he bought even more houses that were around that wall that were more expensive. He had them demolished. And he had the wall farther away from the car, but in order to have the courtyard even bigger, and at the time of our Bill Evans obeyed, when he was in Makkah, he

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improved the appearance of the masjid.

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So people say, how come they're marble floors? And these expensive lights and air conditioning? I don't understand. Once you like that in your own house, then why do you have a problem with it's in the huddle? Why, in fact, you should be happy that they are making that place. So good that when people go for how to do confirm that they're going to love, you know, they're worshiping Allah, it's so much convenient. You have cold water available, you have fans above your head, you have a canopy to cover you, you have cool floors that don't get hot, even in that extremely hot sun. It's a huge blessing. This is not Israel at all.

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So of the lemons bed, we learned that he had marble pillars added within the courtyard of the heroine. And he also had some extra doors put in and he also had other improvements.

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So this expansion of the masjid reconstruction, renovation improvement, there is nothing wrong with this. This happened even at that time, and Alhamdulillah Allah has blessed us with more money with more technology than why not use it. Why not use it in the way of Allah so there's absolutely nothing wrong with this. And then another thing that we learned this hadith says that the last things in Makkah will not be picked up except for those who will announce it Why? Because in Makkah people are saved their lives are safe and the properties are also safe. So this is why you cannot just pick anything that you find in Makkah and this had this also shows to us that the progressive

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maka is allowed to be cut whenever whoever for whatever we use that people have for it. Have you ever seen it?

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No. Okay until I can show you a bit draft or something. inshallah we'll conclude over here. So panic alarm will be home the condition of Allah either

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