Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 08 – L087B

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The importance of the Quran and its cultural practices is discussed, including honoring the natural rhythm of the culture and avoiding false assumptions. The speakers emphasize the importance of avoiding confusion and not giving up on promises, following the natural rhythm of the culture, and not letting anyone know that they are the child of a relative. They also discuss the negative consequences of falling into poverty and the importance of considering the effect of hush on people and their families. The segment concludes with a discussion of the commandments of Islam and its importance for understanding the commandments.
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu

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al Karim and my birth for the Billahi min ash shaytani r rajim Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim Allah strategies for that he will certainly on the way Hello Eric better melissani Cody urban as ignoramus

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lesson number 87 SoTL anon is number 151 to 165

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the verses that inshallah we will study today

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are the conclusion of skeletal anon.

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So, with today's lesson inshallah, we will complete certain

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and these verses are of the most important verses of the Quran,

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even our bus holding on home,

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he said, that, instead of an anon, there are clear verses, and they are the mother of the book or Makita, meaning they are the Micromax what is even more converses

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those which have commands in them, and those which have to be observed. They haven't been abrogated by any other verses. Because yes, sudo anon is of Maki Solas. However, these ayat in particular, they are more

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meaning they're not abrogated by any verses of the Quran,

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their final, and they have to be observed as they are.

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And then he recited these verses.

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In these verses, especially the first three, there are certain commands that have been mentioned. And these commands, they were given to all of the different shahriar meaning all the different nations of the past, different messengers were sent. They were given these teachings. So basically, these teachings are common to all of the different nations, to whom Allah subhanaw taala sent messengers to

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Masada Salam brought the same teachings. Are you satisfied and brought the same teachings, every single messenger brought the same teachings, we know that there are differences many differences in the teachings that were given to different nations.

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However, these particular commands, they are common to all of the nations. What does it show

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the importance of these comments, the importance of these comments,

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we learned that carp, who was a former Jew, he became a Muslim.

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He said that these verses of the Quran

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in which 10 things are forbidden.

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How many things are forbidden, 10 things are forbidden. They are the same in the Torah as well, which after Bismillah begins with these 10 commandments.

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So we see that there are similar to the 10 commandments, which are found in the Torah as well, which are observed by the Jews as well as the Christians there are slight differences, but mainly, they are the same.

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Even though they are in who said about these verses, that whoever wishes to read the will and testament of the Messenger of Allah,

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whoever wants to know about the will and testament of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu wasallam on which he plays to seal, then let him read these verses, meaning these are emphasized commands.

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So what are these if

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a was a parameter that says, pull, say, meaning Oh Prophet sallallahu sallam, say this to the machine, those people who associate partners with Allah, those people who make whatever halaal that they wish to, and they make whatever that they wish. They make it how long

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those people who kill their children, those people who are involved in major sins.

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In the previous if we learned that the machine they had made certain things, halal and certain things, how long without any evidence.

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So over here, the prophets are allowed Islam is being told that say to them, there are no come. And at Lu, I will recite Maha Brahma bukem on a

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I will tell you, what is it that your Lord actually forbid upon you? Not the healer and the saber and the hand? No, they're not what Allah subhanaw taala has made her arm upon you. What Allah has made her arm upon you is these particular actions. Notice the word darlow. It's from the roof letters I lamb well, or Lou, and what does it mean? height? Diallo literally means to call someone to a height.

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It could be in the tangible sense in the physical sense. And also in the intangible sense, tangible things like for example, a person is standing on top of a hill. And he's telling somebody that I allow you certain people to allow me to come to this high surface as well.

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And it could be the intangible sense as well, that you're telling somebody to do something to come to you. And you tell them to do something which will elevate them,

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which will elevate them in their status before a loss

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which will increase them

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in their piety in their inability.

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So call the ILO come at Lou, I will recite at look for newsletters that learn well until our his recitation.

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And in particular, did our is such recitation in which a person understands what he is reciting. Because remember the results of the law. But the law literally is to follow

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the law to what does it mean to follow?

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So it is such recitation, in which as a person is reading is also understanding, he's also comprehending.

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And it's not just understanding and comprehending what he's reading, but rather whatever he reads whatever he recites, it is followed by action as well.

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So at least I will recite to you. I will inform you about what about my help amount of booking I like

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about what your Lord has forbidden upon you. Meaning about what your Lord has made a sacred duty on you.

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The word Holloman literally is to make something unlawful. What does it mean? You can't do it, you can't go close to it, you can't eat it.

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You can't say it. That's what halloumi is.

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But when the word Haram is used for a command for an imperative, than what does it mean a sacred duty?

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Meaning you have to do it.

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Just like Michigan

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doesn't mean it's forbidden. You can't go there. Now, what does it mean? It's a sacred place.

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Similarly, all of these are sacred duties upon you, you have to live by them. You cannot go against them in any way whatsoever.

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How am I como bukem He has made all of these a sacred duty upon you.

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What are they? First of all, a lead to Shri could be shader

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that you do not associate with him anything at all. And there is a combination of and law

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that leather Shrek will be shy. You do not associate with Allah, anything at all. Why? Because in a shirker, lavona

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indeed, ship is the greatest injustice. It's the major sin, the most major of all major sins.

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Because Allah subhanaw taala forgives other sins, however, he does not forgive it.

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So you do not associate anyone with him.

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And notice the word shaman, shaman is Nikita, what does that indicate? Anything at all, neither something big nor something small. Neither is something hidden nor something that is apparent. Neither something real or something imaginary.

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or human, Jane, Angel, animate inanimate stone, treat anything, don't associate anything with him.

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The Prophet sallallahu wasallam said, never commit check with Allah. Even if you should be burnt.

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Even if you should be killed.

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Never associate anyone with ALLAH never do. Even if that means you're going to be burnt, and you're going to be killed. Still never compromise on this. Because the fire of this dunya it will eventually end

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your burns will eventually heal, but the fire of the after it will never come to an end.

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Similarly, the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said remember the lair usually could be Larry shaden, the hirslanden

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whoever dies, whoever dies in the state, that he is not associating anyone with ALLAH. Then such a person with antigen, the person who dies under heat, meaning he does not associate anyone at all with Allah, neither in Oulu, here, nor in hokum in rubia, in any way whatsoever he does not associate any with

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the Prophet Allah also said that Allah subhanaw taala said, All son of Adam, as long as you supplicate to me and hope of me, I will forgive you

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I will forgive you for whatever that you have committed. And it's easy for me to do that. Even if you brought the earth fill of sense to me, I will bring forth it's full of forgiveness, as long as you do not associate anything or anyone in worship with me. And even if you earn, and your heirs accumulate, until they reach the boundaries of the sky, and you then ask me for forgiveness, I will forgive you. But again, what's the condition that you do not associate anyone with ALLAH?

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So the first thing that a loss of priority has forbidden upon us, is associating partners with him ship.

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Secondly, the second command that he's giving over here is, what is Wally daini.

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Meaning and with the two parents do so. It doesn't mean that Allah has made this unlawful upon you to do so. And to experience what does it mean that this is a sacred duty upon you, you have no choice, but to do assign towards your parents. It is mandatory upon you, in every situation, in every circumstance, wherever you are, however old you are,

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however they are, what is your obligation that you have to do or sign up on your parents?

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Just like Shrek What did the Prophet sallallahu Sallam say, never do shit, even if you are killed, even if you are burnt. Similarly, you have to do axon regardless of anything you have to do. It's an obligation upon you. Worldwide any accent. And while he Dane is a dual of when it and refers to both the mother and the father, the mother and the father.

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And while they in refers to a person's immediate parents, meaning a person's biological parents, mother and father. Yes, by extension, the term parents it applies to who grandparents, or parents in law, however, well he then specifically refers to who? The mother and the father.

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And notice how both of them have been mentioned. Because sometimes what do people do? They realize, Oh, my father has spent so much money on me, I should be obedient to Him. And my mother, she doesn't understand my situation. So I don't have to do.

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Or sometimes people, they will say, Oh, the mother, she has a lot of right. Jenna is beneath the feet of the mother. So yes, do xand towards the mother but the father, he was never that active in my life.

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What does Allah say? We're bill validate both parents, the mother and the father. Yes, the mother has more right? However, both the parents deserve your

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will be valued at your center.

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And we also see, this is something very common in the Quran. That each time the right of a loss of penalties mentioned immediately after who's right as mentioned amongst the people, the Barretts,

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we learned instead of Look, man, I have 14, initially, when he rarely they

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give thanks to me, and also to your parents. Give thanks to me and also to your parents.

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And notice the word ersan. What does their son

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doing good.

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Treating in a very good way, bringing beauty to your actions. But your son specifically is to do more than what they did to you

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or more than what is required.

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Now the thing is that a person can never in reality return what his parents have done to him. Can you return the favor in any way? We cannot. But look at the word.

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Why? Because in certain situations when you're getting very angry, when you're getting very upset,

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you have to do is you have to take that extra step.

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Elon Musk wrote that. He said, that I asked a lot messenger sallallahu wasallam, about which deed is the best.

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And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said us Allah to Allah walk to

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the prayer at its proper time

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performing the prayer at the proper time. That's the best deed.

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I said then what

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he said bill o'reilly day, being beautiful towards your parents as a second best deed, just imagine.

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I asked them what?

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And he said he had been

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striving in the wave of

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independence rather than rmsa set. The Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam said these words to me, and had I asked him for more, he would have said more. I just didn't ask him more questions. I asked him about three good deeds.

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In which one is the best and the second best and the third best?

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If you notice over here again, after the hack of Allah sonet, then what is the best good deed? Giving the hucog the parents.

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And again, remember that your son is not done in return.

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But it's always an addition.

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It's an addition.

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Because sometimes, we think that if our parents are not good to us, then we have the right to be the same towards them.

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If they don't treat us, well, we don't have to treat them well. If they're yelling at us, we can yell at them.

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If they're arguing with us, we can argue with them.

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If they don't do what they're telling us, then we don't even have to do what we're telling them.

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That's what we think. But what does that mean? Forget what the other is doing. You focus on your good behavior, you focus on what you're supposed to do. Because many times we look at the other person's actions. And based on the other person's actions, that's how we react.

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But that's not

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a sign is that you're doing good regardless of how the other person is treating you.

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Because sometimes people make this excuse, I don't have any feelings from my parents. My parents never raised me up. I was brought up in my uncle's house, my parents left me, or my mother was too sick, or my parents died when I was very young. My father was too busy with his work. I never had a relationship with him.

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People say that people make these kind of excuses. I don't have any feelings from my parents. But what does Allah say? Regardless of how they've been treating you, you are supposed to do ersan towards them. Why?

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Because the weakness that your motherboard for nine months, can you compensate her in any way for that?

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Even if she didn't feed you, once.

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Still, she bore you for nine months, and you can never compensate her for that. Never.

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Similarly, the pain that she underwent, giving birth to you, can you make up for that in any way? No. Even if she didn't dress you up even once, still, she gave birth to you. And that's enough for you to be good towards her

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to do X and do it?

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And what will work in any external in their life? How do you do x and towards your parents?

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Oh, through your actions, through your words, through behavior, through your wealth, through your status that our last presenter has given you any way through which you can treat them well. That is what your sense when they're alive.

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And also absent towards parents when they're alive includes doing that which pleases them.

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You understand? doing that, which would make them happy, because you could give them a lot of expensive gifts. But if you don't do what they're happy with, then you're not making them happy. And you're not doing so.

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Because for many of us what happens? Our mothers, they want us to do something.

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We're like, I don't want to do it. Don't force me.

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And sometimes our mothers force us, for instance, many of us we came here, why? Because our mothers forced us, our parents forced us. And you came here Why? Because your mother told you, you didn't have a choice.

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Now one is that every time you see her now, you like you forced me to come here. I'm not happy over here. Yes, I know you're spending so much money. You're struggling at home without me. But still, I will not study properly. Is that a fair? No. Just listening to them is not doing what pleases them is actually doing what makes them happy is what is

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in their life, and also after them.

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Remember that if somebody has done air sign upon you, and then you don't please them, you don't make them happy, then you're not being grateful for what they've done. This is not gratitude.

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So in their life doing what pleases them, what about after they've passed away?

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Then what?

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Making them apathetic?

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Doing something so that you can be as other criteria for them

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doing something so that you can be as other criteria for them. So

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for them,

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because on the Day of Judgment, estimating how happy they would be, to receive so much award that they were completely unaware of just because of what you did after the fasting. So after their death, what does it mean to make the law for them to do something good so that you can be as other criteria for them.

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When is it the parents have passed away?

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The other is that they're away from you. You're living alone, or they're in another country and you're in another country. now in this situation, how can you do your son, that you're calling them? Yes, you're praying for them. But again, doing that which would make them happy, and doing something through which they would also get reward. Because whenever a child does something good, who gets praise? The parents, what do people say, this is so and so's daughter.

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This is so and so's son. This is so and so's grandson. This is what happens when somebody does something good immediately, who gets the credit? The parents,

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especially in our Muslim culture is is something very common.

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And if a person is not doing good, and instead he is defaming his parents, and is that, you

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your parents have spent so much money, they're sacrificing their time.

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So that you can go and study you can go and learn. And if you're not taking advantage of this situation of this opportunity, then is that your signer is of

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its own, it's not?

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What bill valid any center towards the parents do.

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And if you notice, in the headings that I mentioned to you, what is mentioned basolateral awatea, then we will validate and then GRP, Siberian

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gorillas the order

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that first of all, it's a heck of a lot. Then from amongst people, it's the hook of parents. And if a person recognizes the favor of the one who showed favorite to him, only then can he be generous towards the rest of the people.

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The one who does not appreciate the favor of others, he cannot have a kind heart.

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So only if a person has been validated. Can he do jihad, disobedience, because you have these abilities not just going to battle? But what does it mean? struggling in the way of Allah in whatever form that you can? Whether it means welfare work, charity work, struggling for the deen of Allah, learning and teaching the deen

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you cannot do that unless and until you're doing very well.

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And if a person is apparently doing it without doing better than Wiley, then then it's not going to bring him benefit.

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Then the third thing, what are the Cthulhu Oh ladder coming in?

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And do not kill your children because of poverty. Meaning This is something that Allah has made forbidden upon you.

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Do not kill your children. And notice the word Allah has been used. When it weathergirl girl or boy, one or more. Don't kill your children.

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The Arabs, what will they do? They will kill their children for several reasons. Over here, one particular reason is mentioned which is out of fear of poverty, and how would they kill their children by burying in the knife? Or if a woman was pregnant? They will do something since the child would die inside.

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And today, what do people do?

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They will either abort the child or they will go to great lengths to not have children. What does Allah say led to oladipo because killing your children is a major sin.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that of the major sins is that under kotula weleda, harsh Yatta Yatta

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that you kill your son out of fear that he might share your food with you. How stingy Could you be? How stingy?

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How much is the child going to eat? How much? How much should children eat compared to what you eat? Hardly anything. And you're killing your child out of fear that he's going to share your food with you.

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For the first year, you don't have to cook separately or you don't have to cook extra to make sure that that child can eat. You can feed him from your own food for the first six months or exclusively breastfeeding the child anyway. Then why would you kill your child out of fear that he would share your food with you? Is that how stingy you are?

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And what is the word in laughs that has been mentioned? In locker room that was named lamb cough Melaka Melaka umlaca Yumiko is to erase and wash up something. What does it mean to erase something to wash up something to wash away? When something is washed away? What is left of it? Nothing. It's gone. When something is erased. Just imagine you've written something and you erase it. It's gone.

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So m lac is when the wealth that a person has is consumed. It is used up

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the wealth that you have currently it is eaten

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Now it's gone.

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What happens every month, people get paychecks.

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If a person does not get the next paycheck, the money that he has this month, is probably going to be finished within some time, isn't it so the person does not have an income, the money that he has, it's going to be depleted.

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The resources that he has are going to be finished. This is what

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it is also that him lack is to fall into destitution, to become poor, to become deprived, because whatever you had, has now been used up. Because you don't have any more income.

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You don't have any more income.

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It is also said that M lag is not actual poverty. But it is the fear of falling into poverty.

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Because when a person does not have a source of income, then what fear does he have?

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What fear does he have, that if I don't get more money, the money that I have, I will run out of it very soon.

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This is what unlocks the fear that whatever I have, is going to finish very soon. In the case where I don't have any more income.

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This is what people think.

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When they're killing their children, when they're aborting their children, or when they are trying their best to avoid having children.

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But the money that we have, it's going to finish. But if you think of it, who gives you your income anyway? and loss of hentai? Did you bring it with you and when you came into this dunya not necessarily. Allah subhanaw taala is giving it to you. So do not kill your children out of the fear of falling into poverty.

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And this is a motivation behind getting children, that whatever we have, it's going to get consumed. But the fact is that if Allah is giving you something today, then he will also give you something tomorrow.

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You're not your provider, allies, your provider,

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National Nurses, we are the ones that provide you with a yeah home and also them.

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We provide for you, and we also provide for them.

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And so many times it has happened

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that a child is born. And people see that for instance her husband he gets a promotion or he gets a raise in his work so many times that happened to so many people. So why do you think that you're having children is going to reduce your money? No, you're not your provider allies your provider you don't feed yourself a lot feeds you.

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Similarly what your home a lot will create means for them as well.

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There are lots of penalties as well at the parable for where he should and do not approach the flower hush

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the crop of little suckers off the bat.

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What does it mean closeness? lather combo don't even go near. Don't even approach.

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Forget about doing it. What does the law say? Let the krobo don't even go near. Don't even think about committing alpha hush

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hush over here primarily refers to Xena and then after that other indecent sins as well.

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So Sullivan rabada.

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He said once, that if I see a man with my wife committing Zina,

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I will kill him.

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If I see a man committing Zina with my wife, I'm going to kill him with the sword. When the matter reads the prophets are allowed to sell them he said to the Sahaba Are you amazed at sides jealousy?

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Are you amazed at his jealousy that how jealous he is that he cannot bear to see a man doing something like this with his wife, that he will kill him right away?

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He says by Allah I am more jealous than sad when it comes to this matter.

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And Allah is more generous than I.

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This is why he has forbidden the immoral sins, committed openly and in secret.

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This is why Allah Subhana Allah has forbidden what immoral things that are committed openly or secretly. Notice Allah says let zakharova don't even go near.

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This is how much Allah subhanaw taala hates for hush

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and the word for why he is the plural of fashion. What does fashion and in decent act, any act

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any action whose effect and sin are both great.

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You understand? The effect is great. And the sin is also great and it also affects others.

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The word for his furniture is used for many sins, such as major sins, for instance killing someone.

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It's what

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an indecent act

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Because the crime is great, the sin is great and at the same time, the effect is also great a whole family of all societies affected by murder.

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But the word Fantasia is specifically used for Xena as well, in throw that Islam is number 32. We learn while at Aqaba, Xena, and don't even go near Xena. Why? Because in the who can aphasia 10 was a Sevilla, because it is indeed an immorality. And it is evil as a way.

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Remember that the Arabs in general, they did not consider it to be something bad.

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For them, it was something normal

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for the Arabs, for the majority of the people, which is why prostitution was something very common. In every city, there were some places on top of which there were flags. And those were marks for prostitutes. If a man was visiting, instead of staying over somewhere else, that's where he would go and stay over. Like a motel.

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This is how common is in ours. However, there were some people who consider dinner to be evil, and they stayed away from it, but it was very few people.

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But Allah subhanaw taala has declared in a harem, even if the entire society accepts it.

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Because for us, what do we say today? How can you consider this to be evil? Everybody's doing it. It's so common. Yes, it may be very common, it was also very common at that time.

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It was very acceptable at that time as well. But still, Allah subhanaw taala forbade it, why? Because it is something evil.

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So even if the entire society accepts it today, still we have to consider it to be haram because Allah says, Let the horrible do not even go near for fish.

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And these four hush could be Malzahar I mean her that which is a parent of it, woman batana and that which was hidden?

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What does it mean by this?

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That for what hush that are apparent, and for what his shadow hidden?

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You see, there are certain levels of Xena

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certain levels, different levels.

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One is that a person openly declare so and so is my friend. So and so is my friend. Even over absolute non Muslims, we have nothing to do with one another. We're not in the same class that we have some projects to work in.

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nor are we working on something together that we have to communicate with one another. nor are we you know having a business transaction because of which we have to work with one another. No. Since we're friends, we just talk to one another. And yes, we joke around. Yes, we hang out together.

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This is what a person openly doing something that is indecent. It doesn't suit a person who is a Muslim,

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a Muslim woman who wears the hijab who has studied the Quran, that she's hanging out with non Muslim men,

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that she's openly chatting with them, even if it's considered acceptable. Remember that even if it's considered acceptable, males are Haram in her that which is done openly, even if your parents don't mind. Even if your husband does not mind

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even if the teacher does not mind even if you don't mind What does Allah say? It is for his lead accountable for where he is don't even go near for

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Malzahar amin her omega

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and even if it's done in secret.

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So you see, one is that at a certain level a person keeps it open. at a different level a person keeps it secret

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when it comes to just knowing one another and talking to one another, people keep it open.

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But then it leads to more evil Omar button and then a person tries to hide it.

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A person will put security codes on his phone so that nobody can access the phone and see who I'm talking to. Who I'm texting who I'm going out with a person will sneak out why masala mean? How am I batana so one level is open, another level is hidden. What does Allah say? Don't go near even one of them because one leads to the other until a person gets stuck in a vicious cycle. And then he cannot get out of it.

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We learned about sins that are done openly and things that are done secretly. What are open since

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which are done publicly. The person does not fear anybody.

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Similarly, it's those sins which are acceptable by the people. Are those sins Malzahar Amina, which are in action the person performs by the limbs by the tongue.

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Woman baton. What is my bopanna refer to that which is done secretly in private? Why? Because it's unacceptable. Why? Because a person does not have the confidence to do it before people

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To shy

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similarity, my buffalo alternate first for those which are in the heart, those sins that are committed by the heart.

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So one is at the level of Mahara that a person openly says yes, so and so is my friend and I was talking to so and so. And I was going out with them. We were sitting in the same car we were eating together.

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Remember, that a person does not tell anyone or a person keeps those feelings entertained in his heart.

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Do you understand?

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Mahara is like openly talking to the other person. My Bhavana is thinking about them all the time.

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Thinking about them all the time daydreaming.

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Living in an imaginary world in a fantasy world.

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Malzahar Minho, batana

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and remember for us primarily reasoner, but it's not just sin. It applies to other centers as well. So for instance, backbiting Malzahar Amina openly backbiting about someone

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matana for example, a person is entertaining feelings of enmity against the feelings of jealousy against the other. He's not telling anybody but it's in his heart.

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similarity similarly bad intentions, impatience, lack of the worker all of these are what actions of the heart man bopanna.

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That Allah subhanaw taala says well adequate to do nappsa and do not kill the soul with soul. And let me help Ramallah who the one whom Allah has forbidden, meaning the one whom Allah has declared sacred in the sense that you're not allowed to kill that person. He's innocent. He's guiltless he's not committed any crime.

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So don't kill a person whom Allah subhanaw taala has made her in Erbil help except with right

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meaning except with the right to kill that knifes and what is that situation in which a person has a right to build the other?

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For example, in the situation of the sauce, when a person has committed murder, and as a result, he is going to be killed.

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Similarly, level health also includes implementing the Hadoop the punishments, legal punishments.

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So for example, if a married person commits dinner, then what's the punishment

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for it?

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If a person leaves us long, read the end, what is the punishment?

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If a person leaves Islam, read the apostasy, what's the punishment that he should be killed?

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Similarly, in a battlefield,

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when a non believer comes face to face trying to fight you trying to kill you, then what are you going to do

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to sell out of turnips? No.

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At that situation, obviously, you're going to kill them as well. So let epsilon epsilon t haram Allahu 11 hoc.

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Now, if you notice the sequence of the commands that are mentioned over here,

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previously it was mentioned Do not kill your children.

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And hear what is mentioned, do not kill

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any other person whose life is sacred. And in the middle, what is mentioned?

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between the two what is mentioned? For Hush, so killing your children, then for our hash, and then what? killing anybody else. Why?

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Because it is usually illegitimate children who are killed,

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isn't it? When there's a woman, she becomes pregnant outside of marriage? What's the first thought that comes to her mind? About the child?

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aborting the child? That's the first thought.

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Similarly, Zinner leads to murder. How?

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How does dinner lead to murder?

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that a man finds out his wife committed dinner with someone or that his daughter committed dinner with someone or that his son committed dinner with someone? What does he do?

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He's so upset. He's so upset that he just goes and kills them.

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Even if the actual punishment is not really killing the person, but because he's so envious. He's so jealous. He becomes so angry that he cannot tolerate it and it leads to murder.

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In so many cases, so many situations. It's Zinner that leads to murder. We're not talking about suspicion. We're talking about actual real cases of Xena, Xena leads to murder.

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Sometimes a man is killed. Sometimes a woman is killed, sometimes other relatives are killed. So Zener is such an evil thing that it leads to loss of lives. It leads to loss of lives. One crime leads to another crime

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and the word knifes that has been used over here, it is used for who a person.

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The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the blood of a Muslim person who testifies that there is no god worthy of worship.

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except Allah and that I am the messenger of Allah is prohibited

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to a person who testifies a shadow later in the month or shadow Mohammed Rasulullah who bears these two testimonies and his blood is haram meaning you cannot kill him without a reason.

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Now, does this mean that the blood of a non Muslim is permissible, meaning we can go kill any non Muslim? No.

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Because enough's is general. It doesn't say the Muslim loves the believing knifes. But enough's is general, any knifes whether Muslim or not, except with right?

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except with right. So just as the Muslim will not be killed except where it is justified to kill him, for instance, as a punishment. Similarly, the non Muslim will also be killed, except in the situation where it is justified to kill him. So for example, where he comes fighting you in battle,

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when he comes fighting you in battle where you're going to kill him.

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And if a person is just killing the other, just because he's a non Muslim, and the prophets or an artist himself, whoever killed the person having a treaty of protection with Muslims, he shall not smell the fragrance of gender.

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Though its fragrance is perceived from a distance of 40 years.

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Such a person will not even smell gender, who the one who killed me, who is it in me, a non Muslim living in the Muslim area?

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Because sometimes people say that, oh, he's a non Muslim.

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Just because they're Christians, let's just throw a bomb in their church.

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Just because they're Christians. That's it. What is the lesson? Let the coolness don't kill any person, unless you have a low level

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in level health except with rate

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then a combat or you all will saw can be a lot enjoins you with it

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was so convoluted as well. So idea we'll see what does what's the yummy and important instruction, important instruction that is made incumbent upon the CIO. He is giving you this very important instruction, and he's making it mandatory on you that I look him directly down so that you use your understanding your use your comprehension, are looking therapy new

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meaning so that you may comprehend and understand the commandments that Allah subhanaw taala has given and you can leave the false practices of the days of ignorance.

Al-Anam 151-165 Word-Analysis and Tafsir 151

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