Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al-Quran 2010 – Juz 28 – L282D

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the importance of accepting the decrees of Islam and not allowing anyone to do anything that causes evil feelings or negative emotions. They stress the need to clean one's hearts and not let anyone do anything that causes evil feelings or negative emotions. The speaker also mentions the importance of accepting the decrees and not letting anyone do anything that causes evil feelings or negative emotions.
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Further below him in a shape Lenovo Jean Bismillah Ar Rahman AR Rahim lesson number 282 Solas unhashed will begin from Ayah number eight.

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Then Allah mentions Who else? The Fate is for

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Lenin for karate, for the for once, which for one's alma hygena. The immigrants, meaning the full Cora, Florida for the poor ones amongst them hygiene. In fact all of them hygiene when they migrated to Medina, what was your state? What was their state they were all poor.

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Because many of them came empty handed. They were very wealthy back home in Makkah, but when they had to migrate, they had to leave everything. Remember the story of Sahaba Rumi.

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He had to leave everything in order to migrate to Medina wasabi when or when he was very wealthy in Makkah, but when he came to Medina, what did he have nothing with him.

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So little fukada elbow hygiene for the poor ones, which poor ones that were hygiene, the immigrants because they have left everything they had nothing.

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And Medina Oakley juman Dare him, those who have been expelled from their houses. And when a person is expelled from his home from his country, then what does he have with him? Hardly anything.

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What I'm wearing him and also their wealth, their wealth also, they have been expelled from it, meaning the wealth that they enjoyed the properties they enjoyed in Makkah, they had to leave everything behind. And why is it that they did this year with the hoonah problem in Allah he would Atlanta seeking the bounty of Allah and His good pleasure as well. They left Makkah, they left their homes they left their wealth came to Medina, why to make her happy, Allah happy seeking His bounty seeking His pleasure. Typically when people leave one country go to another Why do they do that? To seek more dunya whether it is knowledge, or it is, you know, more wealth, better life, good health

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care, right?

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People go for different reasons, but mainly it's for lunia but we see that the Sahaba when they left Morocco went to Medina they left dunya and they wanted what the Yerba Buena follow Amina la he would Atlanta they did all of this only so that Allah is happy with them.

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Way unserer una la hora Sula and they also help Allah and His messenger. How

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that whenever there was a battle whenever there was an expedition who was at the forefront, it wasn't Why did he isn't it so? They were always along with the profits that allowed us and they were the ones who lived in the machine learning from him. They were the ones who participated in the battle as well. Allah says una eco homosassa deikun those are the ones who are truthful. They are truly the truthful ones. How truthful in what in their Eman in their faith, in their words in their actions. They were true in their words as well when they said they believed because they gave everything in the way of a loss of 100

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in total and file is 74 we're letting me know what hurdle wotja wacha doofy subida we're letting our wonderful hula ecohome Amina how

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they are the believers in truth. Because when a person sacrifices for the deen, what does that show the truthfulness of his email.

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So, these companions they have a share in this fate. Why? because of this reason, they are Mahajan. They have left everything for the sake of Allah. And look at their state now they have become so caught up. Just think about it. Would we ever agree to become focal, not for the sake of Allah?

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This Think about it.

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Many times people will, you know they will make many sacrifices. But when it comes to leaving their money, when it comes to partying from their wealth, that's something that cannot accept.

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That's something they cannot do,

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isn't it?

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But look at the great sacrifice of the Sahaba. They left their money they left their belongings agreed to become fukada y. Una Fogg, la mina, la he would have learned

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what is this show to us? That when a person is of the Hezbollah, then what does he do? He prefers Allah, his religion over everything else, even his own money, even his own comfort, even his own ease.

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And then Allah pays him back. Allah takes care of him.

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Initially there is difficulty, but look at the way a loss of habitat is praising them over here. Look at how the FE is only for them.

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vena cava.

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Eamon, I'm in Calgary, him and for those who were settled in Medina, and adopted faith before them,

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were Latina over here last a panel that is now praising the unsought. And this also shows that some of the faith was also given to some of the answers, not all of them, but some of them as I mentioned to you only two people from the answer.

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So what Medina How does Allah describe the answer? Those who had the Obama era who had settled in the home? Who bow Hamza, double, what does the Bible mean

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to settle in a place? We have learned earlier we'll talk about what gnabry is la isla mobile, we're looking to settle in a place when a place is made smooth. It's made comfortable, it's made suitable. So those who had settled in the home which home is this?

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Which one is this? That will hedger, Medina double Islam.

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So those who were settled in Medina from before from before when from before the Muslims migrated to them. So who does it refer to the answer while Eman And the man What does it mean by this meaning, and they also accepted a man

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and they had also become Muslim.

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Men are below him before them before Who?

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Before the Mahajan came to Medina, it doesn't mean they became Muslim before the hygiene. No.

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The hygiene became Muslim first in Makkah, right. But the people of Medina became Muslim when, even before the official hegira took place. Remember the bear of Aqaba? And remember how before the Prophet sallallahu Sallam came to Medina, before the Muslims migrated, many people from Medina had become Muslim

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as an utter

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so Allah thing over here, those people who were settled in Medina and they also accepted Eman men cubberly him before that meaning before the Mahajan came to Medina, they were already Muslim.

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We learned about urbanization. He said the first people who came to us in Medina were Musab even Ma and have the label or mark to do people from Makkah they had come and they were teaching Quran to the people.

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They were teaching Quran to the people. So when they came and they were teaching on many people in Medina, they became Muslim before the official hijra, then there came Bilal Saudi and Amara vinyasa after that, or multiple hot dog came along with 20 other companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Later on the Prophet himself came to Medina and I had never seen the people of Medina so joyful as they were on the arrival of Allah's Messenger. sallallahu wasallam.

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For even the slave girls were saying, they were so excited and happy unless messenger has arrived. The stage of growth even they were so excited.

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So they were Muslim, even before the prophets on a lot of migrating.

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You have buena they love who loves alladhina devadatta email meaning the answer they love, who do they love, man hajra la him, those who have migrated to them.

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This look at this. They love those people who have migrated to them. Typically, the locals, the natives, they hate the immigrants, they don't like the immigrants. Why? Why?

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Because they become a burden on the economic system, right on the healthcare system, and so on and so forth. They come with their baggage is right, they come with their bad habits. They come with their ignorance sometimes.

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So it causes inconvenience for who, for the locals for the natives. And most importantly, it reduces jobs. A lot of people immigrating, it causes financial strain on the economy many times right. There are more people to be taken care of more people who need work.

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And the opportunities are not available all the time.

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But we see that the unsolved they love the Mahajan and Allah soprano data says that himself

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so it shows that this love was not just on the outward it was actually sincere love pure love they had for them. Why God? Why is it that they love the Mahajan?

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You have bounnam and hijo de la him? Why? Why did they love them?

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For the sake of Allah subhanaw taala? Yes. And why? Why else would they love them?

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Because there were believers.

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They were believers.

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There were those who loved align as messenger. There were those who had sacrificed for

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sake of Allah and His messenger and when someone believes in aligners messenger sacrifices were the deen then if you also have the same mission, you will love that person.

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Even if he comes from a different country, even if he speaks a different language, even if his lifestyle is different from you

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even if you differ from him in your likes in your interests, people of Makkah Who are they businessmen, isn't it so? People don't really know who are they?

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Hmm. Farmers, right? They lived in an oasis. They had orchards that's what they did.

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So their likes their dislikes when it came to dunya their abilities they were very different. But still the unsolved love the Mahajan, bounnam and Hydra why because of Emma

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and that's another reason to love another believer.

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Well, I actually do nephew so do to him hydrogen and they do not find in their hearts any had any need mimma oh do from what they have been given hija what is Hydra need purpose and over here gives a meaning of constriction, tightness that is producing the heart because of the lack of fulfillment of a need.

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You know, when your need has not been fulfilled? How do you feel? upset? Right? You feel upset? So the answer of course is they don't feel in their hearts any kind of upsetness meaning any anger over what mimma over what they have been given who has been given the Mahajan has been given.

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Because remember, at this time, who was given the fate, the Mojave not the unsought. And the unsought did not mind that at all.

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They did not feel bad about that at all. They did not feel envious at all. And Allah is a witness to that. Because he says wilayah didn't refuse to do them handwritten mimma Ooh, two.

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They love the mohar dream. And they also respected the Mahajan.

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If you think about it so many times it was that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he chose Abu Bakar

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isn't it? He went along with to Abu Bakr Omar Ali Belden isn't it but we don't see the inside complaining there why is it that you're always with them?

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If Islam teaches equality, then you should also take us with you know, we don't find the inside complaining like that.

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When I added in a few saluting handwritten memo to because they love and respect them.

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When you see Luna and foresee him and they also prefer them over themselves, they prefer them or hygiene over themselves while Oh can I be him? kasasa even if they themselves are in destitution.

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That the unsolved prefer the more hygiene over themselves, even if the inside themselves are needy. You see Luna Hamza de la Isa to prefer.

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And kasasa ha Saad Saad

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kasasa is basically poverty want destitution? hustle, you hustle is to suffer from hunger

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to be in need. So even if they're hungry themselves, even if they're destitute themselves, who would they give preference to?

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To the needs of who Mahajan to the needs of others?

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They will not become selfish over there.

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This is why Allah says well may you put your hand up see for Allah ecoman muffler on whoever is saved from the greed, the selfishness of his knifes, then those people are successful. And whoever is the victim of his own selfishness of his greed, he can never be successful, because he cannot do anything he cannot help another he cannot benefit another.

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What do we learn in this ayah

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the beautiful qualities of the answer. And the Mohajer at

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the Mahajan were those who sacrifice for the sake of Allah in one way or the unsolved or those who sacrifice for the sake of Allah in another way. Mahajan gave him everything came to Medina onsolve welcomed them

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and then just welcomed them but they also helped them and they didn't just do all of this at the surface, but they actually meant it. It was done with sincerity with love for the sake of Allah.

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And look at how Allah subhanaw taala describes them. That will add a few sodium Hagit and mimma Udo where you see Renata and to see him Hello Can everyone kasasa

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even if they're needy themselves, who will they give preference to

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emoji which

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Why we see that when the Muslims migrated to Medina, the saw were so willing to share their properties to share their houses with them allegedly.

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Can you imagine? For us, it's difficult to even share, you know, part of our house with perhaps one person, two people. Hmm, isn't it? So we want rent, even if we're giving one room sometimes, isn't it? So?

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But imagine the unsolved, they shared their houses, their properties, dividing them into two with them, oh my god. What does it show? What does it show the level of their sacrifice, the sincere love they had. And we see that one of the inside he actually wanted the extent of saying that I have two wives, I will divorce one after that you can marry her. Just imagine, you really have to have a big heart to be able to do that. A man an Arab man who has Leela. He is saying, I will divorce my wife after her that you can marry her. Just imagine.

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Many times people will love others Why? To gain some worldly benefit out of them.

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Maybe just because the other person is famous, they do will become famous. They have money, so they will also get money. They're very good at dressing up. So they will also learn something from them, right?

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They're very good at cooking. So maybe they can get some recipes out of the many times people will love others. They will try to come close to them. They will try to befriend them for the sake of dunia.

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But we see that the unsolved when they love them oh Hadrian. What dunya were they getting in return? Nothing. In fact, they were losing their dounia

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so their love for them? Oh, hygiene was sincerity for the sake of Allah. It was true. It was sincere. This is why I lost a penalty praises it over here.

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So the love of that which Allah loves and also the love of those who love Allah. Right? That's very important, because without love, there can be no cooperation.

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You see, these qualities? What do they reflect how united the Sahaba were?

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How united they were, despite their differences,

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despite what they had to suffer for one another.

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If you end up losing something of yours, because of another person.

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What kind of feelings do you have for them? You will not forget it, isn't it? So they're so careless, so careless? They lost my sweater? I can not believe it. And it's been years but you cannot get over it.

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If people are not united in their hearts, can they work together? Can they know? So this shows to us that we're accepting the authority of the leader is essential. Wilma Atacama, rasuluh, Omaha Kemal movento, accepting the authority of the leader is essential at the same time, what else is essential unity.

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Because if people are not united,

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they're cut off from one another. They have hatred for one another, they prefer themselves over others, then such people can not work together.

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Sacrifice must be there we must learn to sacrifice for the sake of each other.

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That even when you are hungry, you are concerned about the other.

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Even when you want something for yourself, you wanted more for the other.

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At the battlefield, when they were wounded people at the Battle or hurt, they were taking the water from one person to the other. And what would they say? Give the water to that person first. Give the water to that person first. I mean, you're wounded, you're injured, you're bleeding, you're exhausted. You're at the verge of dying, but at the same time, what is this concern? Give it to someone else first, they need it more than I do.

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Well, oh can I be him kasasa even if they themselves are needy.

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Remember that incident of the companion who when the Prophet said a lot of them some guests came to him and he asked one of the inside to accommodate him in his house. And he took him to his house. And when he took him he found out there was no food. There was only enough food for the family for the night. So he told his wife put the children to sleep hungry. Imagine with the children to sleep hungry we will say sorry I cannot accommodate you I have children.

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So put the children to sleep hungry and serve the food to the guest and when we will do that turn off the lamp so that he cannot see that we are not eating and just pretend that you're eating

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Just pretend that you're eating so he can eat comfortably because he's a guest of the Messenger of Allah.

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And he ate very comfortably and the next day, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he inquired him about this, it is said that these ayat were revealed at that time.

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We see that as a habit, you know, every time their name is mentioned we say about the Allahu Allahu

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Allah who and whom little do I know? Why is it so? Because they did something. Right? This is why Allah was happy with them. Because look at the way they love each other as well. And over here we need to question ourselves as well. That How much do we love one another? How much are we concerned for one another? That we prefer the comfort of the other even if we are needy? What do we do we sit somewhere we want everybody else to move because we are not comfortable? We will never move from our chair we will never move from our spot. We will ever share food Why? Thinking that? I need it. I'm hungry. I have a reason. But the other person also has a reason doesn't he?

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Doesn't mean

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if you want something for yourself, you have to want it for the other as well.

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Well Oh can I be him kasasa when you put your hand up FC for Ola eco Murphy who's the one who has saved from the greed, selfishness of his nuts what is sure a combination of boho as well as his.

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When a person is extremely behaved and extremely heartless, extremely stingy and extremely greedy.

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He doesn't want to give anything and he wants everything. This is what is in other words, selfishness.

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So whoever is saved from the selfishness of his own soul, those people are successful. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam said he man and sure cannot combine in one and the same heart.

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Eman And sure cannot be together in the same heart from another Hadees we learned to have the qualities are such that they can never combine in a Muslim stinginess and misbehavior. stinginess and bad behavior, bad luck, they can never be found in a Muslim.

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Because a believer is good in his manners, and he is careful, he is courteous, concerned about other people.

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From another Hadith we learned the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said, Be on your guard against committing oppression, for oppression is the darkness of the Day of Resurrection. Be on your guard against being stingy for being stingy is what destroyed those who were before you? It made them shed blood and make lawful what was unlawful for them?

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stinginess? Sure. What did it do? It destroyed the people before you how it made them shed blood.

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And it made them make lawful what was actually unlawful for them.

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Because when a person becomes selfish, then he doesn't care about what the rules are, isn't it?

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He doesn't care about the other he only wants good for himself.

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One Medina j uhm embody him and those who came after them. After who after the Mujahideen and the answer.

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So who are they that are between the divertida between the true believers are sincere believers up until the day of judgment.

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Yoku Luna de se robina O our Lord elfie Lana Wali, where Nina forgive us and also forgive who our brothers which brothers and Latina silver spoon and Bill Eman. Those who preceded us in faith, meaning they became Muslim before us why

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they were of the earlier generations.

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So in other words, the true believers of the later generations, who do they love,

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who they love the believers of the earlier generations, even though they haven't met them, even though they haven't seen them, but they love them. Why? Because they had.

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So they made the offer themselves and the ultimate there are for, for who those believers and loveliness of akuna Bielema

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when after Gylfi eukanuba in La Land and do not make in our hearts any real any hatred, Lil is hidden hatred,

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rancor spite that a person keeps in his heart and it takes away the piece from his heart. So don't make in our hearts anything for who militina am. I know for those people who have believed

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that make us have love for all believers. Don't make us dislike any believer.

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Any believer alladhina amanu don't place anywhere in our hearts for them. But I've been at in Nicola over him or our Lord indeed you are most guy and also merciful. You're most guys

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and merciful. What do we learn from this? First of all the more hygiene were mentioned, then the unsolved were mentioned. And then the believers of the later generations until the Day of Judgment are mentioned that the believers, they love each other, despite their differences, despite

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the fact that they come from different backgrounds. They live in different eras. They live in different countries in different places, but they still love one another. Because this is a source of strength for Muslims.

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This is what makes them successful. Do things are needed for success? What First of all, acceptance of the leader, accepting the leader, obedience to the leader.

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And secondly, being united

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when Medina Mara who I should that word and Kufa will hammer avena home.

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And part of that is that you love those who are with you. You love those who were before you.

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But unfortunately, what kind of feelings exists within Muslims?

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That they don't love those who are working with them?

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They always feel they're better than them. They always feel they deserve more than them and those who were before them, they also look down on them. Oh see, look at the mistakes that they made. And unfortunately, there are people who have the audacity to curse us or have a talk bad about them.

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This is going against the sire

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who are true believers. How does Allah describe them? And Medina Jerome embody him Yoku Luna benefi La Jolla one in alladhina sub acuna Bella and

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they pray for who the believers who came before then we'll add the journal field called Rubina, Linda Linda Dina Amano.

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So the sign of true Eman is that a person does not have any rank or any spite any hatred, any ill feeling for other Muslims.

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You know, differences. They happen, disputes they happen. But it doesn't mean that the hatred is kept in the heart.

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Because if you keep hatred in your heart, you're only going to destroy yourself. You will not be able to work with the other.

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So in order to work with others, what do we need to do?

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What do we need to do?

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clean our hearts. That's what is necessary. clean our hearts. don't entertain ill feelings for others.

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And if you have any kind of ill feeling make the store because the people have gender What do we learn about them constantly in

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facing one another motorcar believe isn't at all You can only face the other when you have no ill feeling for them. And any ill feeling that is in the heart It will be taken out. When is there an mF useful duty him in relation to one another subroutine, motor cobbling

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anything in their hearts it will be taken out there'll be like brothers facing one another sitting on couches.

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And when can a person clean his heart in this way?

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When he wants a job from who? Allah.

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When Allah is most important to him, when he wants your word from Allah, then he will be able to clean his heart.

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When he accepts the decree of Allah, the decision of Allah that Allah has given preference for this person. Allah has made him the leader Allah has given him this task to do

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then this will help us keep our hearts game. Because what is it that causes ill feelings? Why is she like this? And how come she gets through it and I don't get to do it. Unless there

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isn't it?

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So when you accept the decree of Allah, it will help you. Relax,

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una Allah.

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boo Elana Wali

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De PUE. Bina

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go Oh, II

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see, is from the same root as a word of land.

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What are

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fetters, collars, shackles? What do they do? The binder person, isn't it.

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Similarly, when a person has no feelings for the other, they don't let him move on. They don't let him work with others. They don't let him overlook the faults of the others. And this way, he is bound together, unable to do anything, only harming himself. Other people are free, he is tied up, you understand?

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So this is why it's so important that all in feelings from our hearts for other people should be removed because it's also one of the qualities of the people agenda. There was once a person about him the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said that he is one of the dwellers of paradise.

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So those However, they were very amazed that Who is he? also one of the companions, he actually went and stayed in his house with him to see what kind of extra deeds does he perform? And he saw that he was perfectly normal. I mean, it's not that he was praying online. It wasn't he was fasting every single day. So he asked him that what is it that you do? This is what the prophet said about you? So he said that I do not harbor any malice or evil, design or any evil feeling against any Muslim, nor do I keep any jealousy of him in my heart.

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So any Muslim, I don't keep any ill feeling for him. Any jealousy for him any kind of bad feelings for him at all.

Al-Hashr 1-17 Tafsir 8-10

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