Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P05 057C Tafsir Al-Nisa 26-32

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of guidance to achieve success and success in life, with success based on actions and knowledge. They stress the negative impact of killing oneself and avoiding major wrongdoing, as well as the importance of avoiding major Bad behavior and reciting laws to benefit from them. They also emphasize the need for men to recite laws to benefit from them and understand the laws of Islam.
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you read hola hola you begging Allah Quran, Allah wants to clarify to you, meaning, when Allah has given all of these commands, when he has elaborated all of these matters pertaining to marriage and familial obligations and the law of inheritance. This is to clarify to us Liuba Yinon accom to begin by noon, clarify what to us, clarify to us, what is allowed and what is not allowed, what leads to success and what leads to failure. What leads to His pleasure and what leads to his anger. Lee you by Hina law calm he's teaching us where deer come, and He wishes to guide you. Yeah, deer from hidayah he wishes to guide you to what Sunon the ways of the practice of Allah venum and publikum of

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those people who are before you. The word Sunon is the plural of sunnah. What is sunnah? Literally, the word sunnah means a way of doing something, a usual practice a usual habit, you can say. So the Sunnah and the practices of who the people who were before you, meaning, there were some people before you, such as the prophets, such as the righteous, who lived good lives, who lived successful lives, Allah was happy with them, and they were happy with Allah. So Allah wants to guide you to the same way so that you can be successful just like them. You can make Allah happy, just like they made Allah happy, you can have the same result that they did at the end of their lives. So this means

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that you have to follow the same practices, where do come soon, and Alladhina will probably come. So this is the reason why he has elaborated all of these commands so much detail to us. This doesn't mean that he wants you to be backward. He wants to take you back 1000s of years ago, so that you have the same laws, just like the people back then had no this is not what the meaning is, the practices of successful people before you because success. Those who were successful 1000s of years ago, they had the same characteristics as those who are successful today. similar characteristics, similar traits. Likewise, those who failed before have the same characteristics of those who are

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failing. Now, similar characteristics, if you think about it, the objections that are raised against the Quran today are very similar to the objections that were raised against the Quran at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. Today, people say, oh, there were some, you know, foreigners who were taught Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam some things and as a result, he produces Quran and the people back then to the exact same thing. The advancement has not made any difference to the thinking of people. So people in their thinking, in their characteristics, they remain the same. So over here he wishes to guide you to the good practices of the people before you weigh a toolbar alaykum. And by this

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clarification, he wishes to guide you to repentance, your tuba when Allah dabba on someone, what does it mean? That he turns to them in mercy, which is in two steps, the first step is that He guides them to repentance, he gives them the ability to repent, and what is repentance to leave wrong ways, and to adopt good ways to leave disobedience and adopt obedience. So you didn't know any better. You are living in Jehovah in pure ignorance, you got married, you never give my * to your wives. You live the life of ignorance. Allah wants to move you from that ignorance to knowledge to a state of awareness. He wants you to transform from disobedience to obedience, your toolbar alaykum.

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And the second step of YouTube is what that when a person does repent, than Allah accepts his repentance. Well Allah who are Lehmann, Hakeem, and Allah is Knowing and wise, meaning all of the commands, the obligations, the prohibitions given over here are based on what his knowledge and his wisdom, on the one hand is the human being, whose knowledge is limited, whose wisdom is limited, his judgment is limited. If you think about it, man made laws have never been final. They have never had final authority. They have never been accepted everywhere. Every country has a different way of processing different crimes, right? Applying different laws, even when it comes to traffic laws

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aren't that different everywhere? They are? Is it because people are different in their nature? Not necessarily mean? What's the difference between people who drive here compared to the people who drive in the UK, not much of a difference? They're driving similar vehicles. In fact, some vehicles are brought from there to here. Some vehicles are transported from here to there, but why are the laws different? Because they are manmade. You see what I mean? And

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In some ways, one law might be better than the other. One law might be worse than the other. Why? Because it's based on human experience. It's based on human discovery, the knowledge that people have attained. And this is a reason why it will never be perfect, never. But the law that Allah has given, it is all encompassing. No factor is ignored. No person in society is ignored. If you think about it, the kind of rights that women have been given the kind of allowances that have been given the kind of exceptions that have been made, the detail in which the law has been given, what does that show that everyone is given something? Everyone has been assigned their rights and their

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responsibilities, their duties or obligations? Why? Because it's based on the knowledge of who the one who is Alim and the one who is Hakeem? Well Allah who you really do and Allah wants when Allah has given us all of these commands, there is a reason what's the intent what's the purpose that a toolbar lako again here to barely come has been mentioned why the first year toolbar Aleikum refers to he wishes to guide you to repentance, and that cannot happen without knowledge. And the second year toolbar alaykum is one, that when you do repent, when you do change your ways, that he wishes to accept your repentance, he wishes to forgive you, he wants to clean you. He wants to improve your

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condition, Allah wants the best for you. So, in other words, all of the commands that are given here are in the best interest of you, of us of human beings. And with regards to every command with regards to marriage with regards to Muhammad with regards to divorce, with regards to inheritance, everything is in the best interest of people.

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But still, what is the reaction of people? What do people do? They object they raise many objections at the law that Allah subhanaw taala has prescribed.

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You start from the beginning of certain Nyssa whether it is the commands pertaining to dealing with orphans properties, or it is the commands pertaining to marriage, or it is inheritance or it is slave women. You will see objection, objection and criticism. That's all you will see from people isn't it's just today only I was researching something, looking for Hadith. In fact, I couldn't find the exact text. And I came across a website which seemed to be a very comprehensive website, and there seemed to be everything about Islam on it. And I was shocked. It was everything anti Islam, everything anti Islam.

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They use the same law that Allah has given to us the same text, but they interpreted differently.

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They presented differently, they twist it, they use it to misguide others. They use it to, you know, enrage women. Why? What's the reason? Is it because the law of Allah has a problem in it? No. I mean, we rationally analyzed the reason behind the permissibility for marrying more than one wife at a time. All right, we also discussed about slave women. And if you think about it, given the situation in which these allowances are given, it seems to be the best option. Right? Considering the background of people where they're coming from their weaknesses, their strengths, it seems to be the best option and in fact, it is the best option. But people don't look at that.

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Why? Because their goal in life is different. This is why Allah says where you need to lead either and those people they want which people those who yet have your own Usha hilarity. Those who follow their desires yet to be Aruna from etbr They're following their shower wet shower, Florida shower, Sheen, Halliwell, desire lust. Those who want to fulfill their desires, whose purpose in life was gone in life is to go fulfill every wish of theirs. For them, the laws of Islam are very confining,

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which is why they will not accept it, they will not just reject it, but they will go and criticize it. Because their goal in life is not servitude to Allah. They're not focused on the worship of Allah. They're not focused on pleasing Allah. They're not focused on Jannah their focus is what the pleasure of this life, which is why they will say that homosexuality is good because you're born this way. And if I have this desire, the switch that means God wants me to do it. And hey, I can be like this and I can still be a Muslim, and I can publicize my marriage to another person. This is what they do, and they will boldly go

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out and parade about it. Like I said, when it comes to non Muslims where it's their choice, we don't have a problem with regards to them making such decisions. We disagree with it. But we will not say hateful speech against them because when they eat pork, they can eat it. When they do this, go ahead, it's their choice. But when it comes to Muslims, when it comes to someone who says I believe in Allah, when it comes to someone who says, I pray salah, I believe in the Quran, then he has to accept the Quran in its entirety. He has to accept the Sunnah of the Prophet salallahu Salam as well. And he cannot interpret the Quran she cannot interpret the Quran according to their own

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understanding. Because people will use the same text of the Quran, but they will twist it, they will present it differently. They will interpret it differently, why their goal is different.

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People want that Xena should be permissible,

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dinner should be permissible and for them to think about, oh, there's a punishment for Zina. They feel Islam as too confining. It's too difficult. And this is why they raise objections. So when you read the leadin, agenda, Bureau Nisha Hawa those who follow their desires, whose goal is not the worship of Allah, but something else in life, what do they want, they want to do whatever they want. They don't want to limit themselves, you know, like mercenary, fortified, they don't want to be fortified. They don't want to limit themselves, they want to be free.

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And they want the same from you. They want the same for you, which is why they pity you. And they say, Oh, you have to cover yourself or you're limited to your spouse or you have to be married to someone to live with them. They pity you. And they want the same for you that you should, you know, be free in who you live with, in how you fulfill your desires in how you dress yourself up they put to you.

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And this is why they want to create awareness, isn't it? They want to create awareness and they look for such texts in the Quran and Sunnah, which they will misrepresent or miss translate, presented differently presented incorrectly.

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That for example, in the Quran, we learned earlier about what to do how to duck if the womb that the enemy wherever you find them, kill them, and they say look, you know any disbeliever you find any infidel you find and kill them. This is what your Quran says completely out of context. Right? So they want the same for you that you and Camino Malan or Lima. They want you to digress into a great deviation Tommy Lewis from made me Mia Love and made us to incline. So they want you to incline incline away from the guidance, away from the law of Allah away from the Quran. And this kind of installation. They don't want you to just leave one thing, or one or two things. They want you to do

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Malan or Lima, a great deviation. They want you to leave the religion completely. They want you to hate the religion, not just disagree or find difficult to accept, but rejected completely hated completely. So Allah subhanaw taala is warning us that Be careful that when you will practice these things, and these laws are in fact a means of salvation. When you will do that, then definitely you will face a lot of opposition from this whole world. When you will face that opposition and criticism then remember that Allah wants something for you. And these people want something else for you.

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What Allah wants for you is what is in your best interest. It is beneficial for you. And what the people want is not beneficial for you. They will oppose it today. And tomorrow, they will accept it. Today, they will reject it and tomorrow they will research it and find out that it's not really that bad, isn't it so it happens with everything. So don't blindly follow people don't fall in their propaganda don't become a prey to them.

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You read Allahu Allah wants a you have a fine comb that he should lighten the burden for you. You have FIFA from the FIFA FIFA, which is to lighten the burden. So by giving these allowances these commands these instructions by prescribing this law, he intends to lighten your burden of difficulties. And this is true with regards to all of the Islamic laws. For example, if a person is praying, he's not able to stand Allah has lightened the burden for him. He can sit and pray he can lie down and pray. This is what Allah wants for you. But what do people say? Islam is too hard. It's impossible to practice. For we see that Allah has really lightened the burden for us. This is an

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easy religion.

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And if you think about it in the commands that are good

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bent over here the permission to marry more than one wife at a time. If a person is in a difficult situation and allowance has been given, then this is going to lighten the burden for him. It may increase the burden in some other way. Okay. But it is for the purpose of creating ease. Likewise, changing the terms of my HUD later on after marriage with mutual understanding, this is for the purpose of ease and convenience, not marrying more than four. This is also for ease, tolerating what you dislike in your spouse. This is also for ease. Isn't that so? So all the commands actually create ease in our life, all of them. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam he said, Boris to Bill

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Hanafi. Yet to some hottie, I have been sent with the easy Hannah fear, religion, easy religion after hate. Why? Because we're holy call insert another if Allah the Creator, He says that the human being has been created weak, the human being is weak. He is Latif, we have emotions, we have feelings, we have desires, we have strengths, and we have weaknesses. And where if we are weak in different ways, in every aspect, there if against desires and temptations, weak that a person is not able to control his desire, sometimes weak in determination in Resolve, weak in his knowledge, weaken his strength, weaken his resistance, weaken his emotions, in so many aspects, we are weak.

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You know, sometimes people say that, you know, no matter what happens, I'm never going to let go of my spouse, I'm never going to divorce them. But what happens after a couple of years, I can't tolerate this anymore.

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Right? So he's weak, she is weak, what would you call him? sandaled or Eva, this is why Allah has made an outlet. This is why Allah has given another option. For example, marriage to slave women, this is what allows us to create ease because people are weak. Why is Allah subhanaw taala telling us this, that you need Allah's law, without the law of Allah, you would be in a lot of difficulty,

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you would be in a lot of difficulty. And we see this that where the law of Allah is not practiced properly, when it is not practiced properly and completely, then people are in a lot of difficulty. Take the example of Mahesh, we learned that the husband has to give them a hug to the wife. And when people switch the order that the wife has to bring something to the husband that isn't her life made difficult. Isn't the husband's life made difficult by his parents? Yeah, that he says what am I going to do with this extra refrigerator and extra linens and extra furniture? I already have my stuff. I don't need her to bring any but the parents right? No, no, no, she has to she has to, even

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if it just sits in the garage, she has to bring it.

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So we see that in every way where the law of Allah is transgressed. It leads to difficulty. But a person might say sometimes a law of Allah is difficult to follow.

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Is it is it isn't a difficult to follow. Sometimes it is come on be realistic. But you know what, in that difficulty is ease

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in no moral risk to useless, Allah subhanaw taala gives ease with that difficulty. And eventually the output of that difficulty is what is because what's the condition for success, that you have to sacrifice and sacrifice means you have to suffer pain and you have to sacrifice you have to suffer one of two things, either the pain of hard work of sacrifice or you will have to suffer the pain of regret later, you will have to suffer short term pain for long term benefit for long term gain. So yes, following the commands of Allah sometimes will be challenging will be difficult will be burdensome. But in the long run, it's actually better for the individual. He will see the benefits

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of it in this dunya and if not in this dunya theacrine is coming which is the goal which is exactly what we're here to prepare for. recitation,

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you read

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Moyane dia, Sona. leadin, Amin Moya, Toba

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was a long long hockey game. We'll long we'll read

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about why you

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shall know it.

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yeah, are you Hello, Dina Amanu or you have believed, letter Kulu Amala calm,

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do not consume the wealth of who I'm welcome Binaca the wealth of one another. And while a comb comb is being used for who the whole Muslim society, so do not consume your wealth, meaning do not consume the wealth of one another. Boehner calm between yourselves how Bill bethlen in the wrong way, in the false way, in the incorrect way, illegitimately meaning don't consume the wealth, that you do not have a right over.

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And this is referring to all the incorrect ways of earning money, whether it is through theft, or it is through line, through deceit through cheating that a person says I'm divorced, and they're receiving welfare. This is what battling a battle and way of earning money, or for example, a person charges interest to someone that interest is what Battlin way of earning money, gambling Battlin way of earning money. All right, so Allah says, Don't do that. In there, except meaning the only correct way of consuming of taking the wealth of another individual is which way and the corner that it is meaning the transaction is the Jonathan of trade. What is the genre, business trade from tad gene?

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Well, which is when one person exchanges what he has with the other for the purpose of profit. All right, so for example, you have cash, your friend has food, so you give cash and you take her food, there's an exchange over here, what's the profit, you gain the profit, what that you got food to eat, and she got a profit that she made some money. So this is what a tiara is. So the only way through which you can get the food that the other person has, or they can get the money that you have is how through the process of the genre. Obviously there's something known as a gift that's understood likewise, inheritance that's also understood likewise a wage that is also understood over

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here the genre is mentioned okay? But this the genre should take place how I'm thoroughly men come from mutual consent among you to Robin from rod ADIA lovely to be pleased with that all the men come that both parties mutually agreed to that transaction. For example, your sister, your friend doesn't want to give the food. But you say no, no, you give me the food and you take this money. She says, No, I want the food myself. I don't want to give it to you. And then you forcefully take the food and you forcefully put the money in her hand. This is incorrect. You don't have a right over that food, even if you've given her the money. This was not with mutual consent. Or for example, she says

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no, I don't want two cents. Come on, give me $1 At least I want $1. I want $2. So unless you give her the money that she's happy with, it will not be on top. And

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likewise, if you say, you know you're selling me a chocolate bar for $50. Come on, that doesn't make sense. I'm not going to give you 50 For a chocolate bar. Okay, so I'm thoroughly both parties have to mutually agree to the transaction. When they have agreed, then they exchange then there's a profit, whatever, then that is permissible.

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The question is that sometimes people bargain a lot, that they will bargain bargain bargain and forced the other to agree to accept the money which they don't want. I mean, it's too little, but they're forced to agree. So they agree. Once they agree the sign they give the cartel cloth and they give it and they take the money. It's by Thrall because they agreed. They have the right to say no.

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They have the right to say no. And when they don't want little money for what they're selling, then they should say no. And if they're being forced into accepting something that is not right, that is not fair. They should not go for it. But if they do agree, then they have agreed to it. All right. So in the takuna to Jonathan Antara Lim income, by the way, give me examples of how people consume the wealth of each other through false ways, through incorrect ways. She's giving an example of how someone in the family was dying. They were at their deathbed and the other relatives they came and they had them put their thumbprint on different documents just so that their wealth their property

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is transferred to certain individuals and not others.

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So this is what Battlin you don't have a right over that. Who has a right over the money that this person is leaving the IRS. But if other people come and forcefully take it, this is what badly

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blackmailing people bribing people. Yes. Then you tell the cafeteria, people that I'll give you the money tomorrow, I'll give you the money later. And then as soon as the cafeteria Auntie sees you like

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this is what battle, right? Any other way? Yes. claiming a disability so that you can get benefits, right? Yes. Whereas you don't have that disability? Yes.

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Yes, that when people call and they're like, We want something and we have to transfer to your bank, and what's your credit card number? And what's this and they get all the information from you, and you get nothing in your mail. In fact, you lost $2,000. Yes.

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Stuff that somebody put a chip in a machine so that everyone who swiped their credit card, the number got recorded, and they use those credit cards to get money out. So false ways, wrong ways, haram ways of earning money. Likewise, you know, something doesn't belong to you. It's your brothers, or your sisters, your sister's new purse, you like it? Take it? And if she says give it back to me, like no, I'm not gonna give it to you. What are you going to do? People do that, right?

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That you tell the parents I'm gonna give sadaqa I want to pay the fees. I need to buy a book and the parents give you the money for the book for the fees for sadaqa and then it goes into going out with friends. So don't do that.

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Cheating in business at a greater level at a larger level and even at a smaller level. Last one, go ahead. Having a student account when you're not a student interesting what clever ways people come up with to make money that's not theirs. They don't have a right over

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while I talk Cthulhu enforcer calm and do not kill yourselves. Do not kill yourselves. What does it mean?

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Literally do not commit suicide. This is something that's not allowed.

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But even if you want to kill other people still don't commit suicide? Yes. Even in the name of Islam. Yes.

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Even in the name of religion, yes. Don't do that. The only time where a person puts his life in danger is when

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in a battlefield and even in a battlefield a person is not allowed to take a spear or an arrow with his hand and kill himself that how can a person ever say that it's permissible to wear you know, a bag that has bombs in it? Okay, and cause them to explode you killing yourself before you kill others. This is not right. This is not permissible. While I talk to you and for a second whether the purpose is in order to take revenge from others or it is to you know that a person is sick of his life. Let Dr Lu and full circle don't kill yourselves. Dr. Ruin fossa calm is also one another because the Muslims are in one body. Right? So don't kill one another. Unless a person is guilty of

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a crime that requires such a punishment. And that will also be carried out by who by those in authority. You don't have the right to go and kill someone like Dr. Liu and pusaka. The other day somebody sent me a video. It was really sad and funny, but very true. I wish I could show it to you, but it's an ode to so that's why I can't but I'll tell you the story. There's a person he's sitting on a bridge and he's about to jump off into the river. Right? And this man comes in he says, Don't commit suicide don't kill yourself.

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And he says, Let me die. Nobody loves me.

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So he said, I love you.

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God loves you. You are a muslim right? said yeah, I'm a Muslim to said okay. Are you

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Hanafy or someone else says yeah, I'm a Hanafi do

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and are you I don't even know those terms. Deobandi are what like they go into so much detail. Now when they reach down to the masjid. Okay. Says you go to this was says, No, die, you have no right to live you can fill.

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This is the kind of hatred that we have for each other.

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People are killing one another. Muslims are killing one another over what sectarian issues that just because they are sheer or they are Sunni, or they are Deobandi or they're this or they're that.

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This is not just happening within Muslims, but even in Christianity, that people will hate one another just because of the different school of thought that they belong to is because of the different church they belong to. So Allah says luck through Infocomm don't kill yourselves. Don't kill one another. And lots of good one possible motto that don't impose on yourself what will kill you

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Don't impose on yourself something that will kill you. You know, once a companion unbeknown to us, he was in the night he became Juniper he entered the state of Geneva, which meant that he had to take a bath so that he could pray.

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But it was extremely cold. So he didn't take a bath. Instead, he just retired and he prayed. So he just did the Imam and he prayed and the Prophet sallallahu someone he found out he said, You prayed with in the state of Geneva, and he was teasing him. So I'm gonna ask he said, Yeah, because Allah says no Quran, Allah, Dr. Liu and fullcycle if I were to take a bath, I would die. So Allah says, Don't kill yourself. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam smiled, he laughed, he laughed, he was laughing away, because he thought he was so funny. The way I'm gonna build us was using the evidence from the Quran, but it's correct, that don't impose on yourself something that will kill you. So for

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example, a person says I'm going for Hajj and I'm going to walk barefoot, from the Haram all the way to Mina.

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I'm going to walk barefoot.

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Or I'm going to Medina barefoot, and I'm going to burn my feet in that heat. And you people think such things. I don't know if they do it in reality, but they say such things in their songs of praise for the Prophet sallallahu Sallam

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that sometimes, you know in their love and respect for certain individuals in their remembrance, people will hate themselves, they will strike each other to the point they will bleed to death, they will literally kill themselves. Let Dr ruin fossa calm do not do that.

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Likewise, don't expose yourself to something that will kill you. So for example, if a person is smoking a chain smoker, smoking so much that their lungs are done,

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or they're not taking care of their health, where they can, and the doctor says to them, you have literally five years to live, don't bother asking me anything, the rate at which you're going, you're gonna die within five years, you're gonna develop this, this, this, this, this this problem. And why is the person doing this? They love to eat certain foods, they love to smoke, they love to do drugs, they love certain things. They're killing themselves. You're not allowed to do that your body is not yours. It's an Amana?

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Of course, you're not allowed to do on your body that which will kill you. Yes.

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When it comes to elections or something, then people start killing one another, right? Yes.

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Again, you as an individual do not have the right to go and kill someone, just because you say that they have become unbeliever. Okay, you don't have the right to do that. The only exception is at the time of war, when there is a war, Fallout war, then that's different. All right. But otherwise, you don't do that. I mean, believers with one another. They're not supposed to fight. They're not supposed to go to war with one another. But it does happen, which is why it's mentioned in the Quran as well. Right? So it does happen, but it will only be permissible in the sense that it's only okay when there is a war. Not that you just go and blow a bomb here and commit a suicide attack somewhere

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else. This is incorrect, because this is, in fact terrorism. This is creating terror. This is killing innocents harming innocent lives, people who are not at fault, creating difficulties for them. This is removing peace and intellectual may that we learn about the punishment for such people who create such terror in the society. There was a group of people who captured the shepherd of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and they took all the animals and they didn't just kill that individual. They cut off his hands and his feet and they put like burning hot metal or something in his eyes and then they left him in the hot sun to die. So they killed him in a very bad way. And this created a

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lot of unrest and peace and fear amongst the Muslims in the Quran. The punishment that is given to such people that is mentioned is similar to what they did that you gotta know Oh, you saw level out to Katara idea who will Abdullah whom maniacally laughing Oh Yun phenomenal that they should be killed or they should be crucified or they should be done in the same way that their hands and feet are cut from the opposite sides. And the Prophet sallallahu Sallam executed this punishment on those perpetrators. He did not like the punishment but he did because this kind of a crime. creating fear in the society is something that is not correct. Islam is a religion of peace. And you cannot create

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terror in the name of Islam. If you want to fight that fight in the way that Allah and His Messenger have guided us not in your own self invented ways. Because this is not benefiting Islam this is actually harming Islam. This is not benefiting people it's harming people. So let Dr Lu and fossa calm do not kill yourselves in this way. Let's walk through and fossa calm also means that do not do what will result in your cattle. Meaning stay away from those actions that will lead to your cattle. Stay away from Zina when you're married. Stay away from such major sins that will lead to your cattle

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And with regards to suicide, remember that it's a major sin. It's a major sin. The Prophet sallallahu sallam said men Cattelan up. So we'll be che in route Debian will PM, whoever killed himself with something, then he will be punished with it on the Day of Judgment. Meaning if a person stabbed himself to death, on the day of judgment, He will be stabbed continuously, repeatedly, repeatedly again and again. Because he killed himself in that way. If a person throws himself in fire in order to burn himself to death, then he'll be punished in the same way. If a person cuts himself to death, drinks acid or whatever, then he will be punished in the same way. Because if you

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don't have mercy on yourself, then who will.

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And remember that this life that you have been given, you are not the creator of it. You are not the one who has authority over it. You are an amine, someone who has been entrusted the body and the life that you have, and you have to do with it the way Allah wants, not the way you want. And no matter what happens in life, you can't say there is no point to live, I'm going to kill myself. No, suicide is something that is not permissible. And if someone is having such thoughts, or is inclined towards it, leaning towards it, then what should they do? They should get help, they should go out and find help. Because where Allah has sent down problems, he has also sent down solutions where

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Allah has sent disease, he has also given cure, where Allah has created difficulty he has also made a way out. So we do not have the right to take our lives away ourselves. Only Allah has the right because he is more he and he is a more meat. Well may have Urlacher and whoever does that are the one in aggression. Wallman and injustice are the one in Idlewild to cross limits, that he crosses these limits he goes and consumes a wealth of another person or he goes and killed himself with one month and injustice meaning this is pure injustice taking someone's well you don't have a right over it. This isn't justice, killing yourself. This is injustice killing others This is injustice than

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whoever does that for self honestly, you now hear these words Allah says then soon such a person we will burn him in the fire. And you'll sleaze Ludlum yeah to burn we will burn him in the fire. Will Canada Valley current Allah hiya sila and that is very easy upon Allah you see it from user is this is very easy for Allah. Meaning if someone has killed themselves has taken the property of another individual without any right then this is a major sin.

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And Allah can put them in the hellfire, it's not something difficult for Allah, he can easily do it. In Touch Danny boo. If you avoid that, then evil from HD NAB Jeem noon, bad Jumba is your site, your sight? Look at your right side. This is your side. Look at your left side. That's your other side. Okay. So each turnover is to move one's side away from something. So for example, she's sitting in front of me, okay, each dinner would be like I turn my side away from her. What does that mean? Avoid? All right. So in touch Danny boo, if you avoid and by the way, when do you have to avoid something? When, when you don't like it, not necessarily.

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When there could be food in front of you, you love it. But still you avoid it. When

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when it's not good for you, you're not supposed to do it. It's not the proper time. When it's forbidden, very right. And also you have to avoid something when it comes to you when it comes in your way. You understand? Like if someone's not in front of me I don't have to avoid them.

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So in touch then evil if you avoid kabbah era Kabaya plural of Kabira calf Berra the big the great madam Hona that which you are forbidden from noon HYAH I'm who from it, what is Matten honer and who that which you are forbidden from what is that which you are forbidden from since all right, there since. So, if you avoid the big actions which you are forbidden, meaning the big, major sense,

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big major sins. Now, this shows to us that some sins are big and other sins are small. Some sins are major and other sins are minor. When is a sin major and when is a sin minor when is a sin big and when is a sin small? When, for example?

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Breaking a certain traffic law means that you will just get maybe a $50 Fine, maybe $100 Fine. Breaking another kind of a traffic law means that you will be fined $2,000 or $5,000 or you will lose demerit points. There is a difference between these two offenses right? One is minor, the other is major, what determines when to be minor, the other to be major, the repercussions if you get it. For one, the repercussions are minor. For the other the repercussions are great. So, a major sin is that for which there is a legal punishment,

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a legal punishment, a prescribed punishment, whether in the dunya or in the Accra in the dunya. For example, Zina, is there a major punishment for legal punishment? Yes. In the Athleta. Yes. So Xena is what a major sin lying. Is there a punishment for it? Yes. Well, the humara will Lehmann be mechanical, yet the boon in this dunya maybe not but in the Africa for sure. So that is also a major sin, Shin Kabila associating partners with Allah, are there great repercussions for it? Yes, were in the hereafter. So, major sins are which ones those sins for which a punishment has been mentioned? Okay, in the Quran and Sunnah. Whether that punishment is to be given in this world or the

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punishment is in the hereafter. So a legal punishment in the dunya and a threat of punishment in the hereafter and any sin that leads to hellfire that is what a major sin. So, Allah says that if you avoid these major sins, examples of major sins

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eating the wealth of an orphan

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Rococo, validate disrespecting the parents I heard Reba

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anything else from the side? Examples of major sins

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leaving Salah what else murder? What else? Yes?

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Not being a cat.

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So these are examples of what major sense Allah says that if you stay away from these things, then what's the benefit? The benefit is that Nuka Fedorenko we will expect from you so he Adhikam your small sins Nuka Finn from Cafaro UK Philadelphia to wipe off to erase to abolish completely so he will remove from us what our small sin so he loves a year because small sins happen all the time. Example of small since what is not a major sin is a minor sin example.

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No lying is a major sin My dear

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Okay, wasting for example, wasting food wasting water wasting money. This is what I mean. It's a sin. It's wrong to throw food but you can't say a person is gonna go to * fire for throwing food.

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Yelling okay, I mean, some kind of bad behavior. Rude o'clock bad o'clock is actually a major sin. But other every kind of bad clap is not a major sin. All right.

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Any other example one more littering. Okay, you know, destroying the earth creating facade in the earth like that. This is what a minor sin. So if you stay away from the major sins, then Allah will forgive you for your minor sins.

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when you stay away from the major ones, so you have to stay away from the major sins. Minor sins will happen. But Allah will forgive you for them. Because in the last minute with hipness, a good deeds erase bad deeds, but what's the condition that a person is not committing any major sin on the site? If a person has a habit of lying if a person has a habit of leaving salah, if a person has a habit of backbiting, if a person is doing schicke then this will prevent him from being forgiven.

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You understand?

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If a person has a habit of doing major sins, he commits major sins, then he is prevented from being forgiven.

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If the teacher asks you, did you do your homework you say yeah, I did it with a big smile on your face the seven times Okay, do it

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every word can't even read it. The one of the translation translating men as who and man as from and well as or being quite clear, didn't do the translation. So anyway, this is also a lie.

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All right. There is one exception that odia which inshallah when the time comes, we will learn about it, but otherwise, every lie is a lie. All right. So we have to stay away from major sins. This is something that a person has to avoid. You have to have

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Right, because only then you are safe and the benefit is in this world and also in the Hereafter, what's the benefit in the hereafter that we know the Helcom and we will admit you into Mohan and Karima model hull what is mortal from the holla the holla is to enter model is understood in two ways first of all, it seems off right. So, model hull is what a place of entry okay a time of entry, the place from where a person has entered the place to which a person has entered.

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So, we will admit you into Mulholland Karima into a place where you will enter and that place will be Kareem noble exalted high status, great, amazing, superb Kadeem into a noble entrance and meaning what is that place, Jana, that then you antigen

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and mozzarella and Karima that the way that you will be admitted into Jana will also be noble.

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You know, some people when they're entered into a place or like, you know, pushed into it or like Get in quickly, you know, hurry up. And for other people red carpet and people are rejoicing or they're being congratulated. They're being welcomed. There's a difference, right. So McLennan Kadima.

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The second way in which the word we'll call is understood is that it's a Muslim, meaning it's a main word. So an entry, we will enter you an entry that is Karim that is noble, and in a way that is noble meaning in an honorable way, in a very respectful way,

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provided that you stay away from what the major sins

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that Allah says will determine no and do not wish to demand no from me Munia the mana the money is to wish to hope for something so do not wish for my football Allah who behaves that which Allah has preferred with, meaning when Allah has given superiority to someone has given them something that you have not been given. And this is a reality

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that my football Allah will be barbacoa Allah BB, that Allah has preferred some of you over others. This is a reality in every way, some people are given more compared to others. And just because a person has been given more in one way, does not mean he has been given more in every way. Every person has been gifted with something. So what the other person has been given, what does Allah say, don't wish for that.

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For example, you have jewelry, your friend has jewelry, your friend has a very beautiful earrings. And every time you see them, you just stare at them like, you know, I wish I could have them to and you forget about the beautiful earrings that you have. I mean, how greedy can you be? Don't stop looking at what other people have. Look at what you have. And Allah has not given every person identical things. All right. And this is true with regards to tangible things as well as intangible gifts, tangible things, you have clothes, your friend has clothes, but your clothes are not identical. We're not living in a communist world, okay, where everything has to be identical. This

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is not how Allah subhanaw taala has made the world, everyone is different, everything is different. So you can't expect that people should wear the same size of shoes. You can't expect that everyone should wear the same style. Everyone should eat the same food should live the exact same way not possible. So what other people have been given, don't wish for that. Look at what you have. And remember that Allah has preferred people over others in two ways in shutter and also in other in shutter, meaning in the law that Samba individuals have been granted a greater share a greater right compared to others. Take the example of inheritance is everyone's share equal? No. Everyone's share

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is different. Correct? So this is in short, likewise, the husband and wife, are they equal in their rights? No. Are they equal in their responsibilities? No. Are they equal in how they are? No. So in the law of Allah, there is no identic ality there is no you can say equality that everyone is treated in the exact same way. Everyone has been acknowledged everyone has been given something, but that's something is that which they need that something is what is best for them. Alright.

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Secondly encoded

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that Allah subhanaw taala has given people different things encoded meaning in the worldly sense that one person

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One has more wealth compared to the other, the other person has more intelligence compared to the other. One person has a better job a better degree, they're more beautiful, they have more freedom, whatever it is, Allah subhanaw taala has got variety in his creation in the way that he has distributed his gifts to people. This is true with regards to the law and also with regards to the clutter. So this is why Allah says don't go on looking at what other people have. Because live the Jelena sleep and for the men is a share, mimic the Cebu of that which they have acquired from Tessa Katzenback customers to earn. So the men if they work for something, they have a share of it.

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Meaning when a man strives for something he works, then what does he get his wage? While Lindesay and for the women isn't asleep when a share mimic the Sabina from that which they have earned. In other words, every individual has been given something No person is deprived completely. Every individual we see that, for example, slaves, do they have rights? Yes, men, do they have rights? Yes, women? Do they have rights? Yes. Calella. There are laws pertaining to him. Every person has been acknowledged has been given something that is best suited to them. And if you think about it, usually the strife is more common between men and women. Right? Women are always fighting for their

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rights comparing themselves to men and men, those who are crazy they are always comparing themselves to women. Right? But the thing is that we should not think like that. We should realize that Allah Our Lord is our Aleem, and he is just, he is very just, he knows and he's very fair. So whatever he is distributed amongst people, is in their best interest, whatever duties rights obligations he's given are the best. Therefore, what should we do? Was Allah hum in fuddling. ask Allah for his bounty. If you see someone with something and you don't have it, don't pity yourself. Don't start staring at them will look at their earrings and keep observing them from different angles. Don't do

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that was an Allah hum and fugly ask Allah for a pair of beautiful earrings. Okay, because unfortunately, sometimes we just emitted others if someone has something, I gotta have it too. Right? We get things just because other people have it. She has this kind of a dish, I'm gonna get it too. She has this kind of a her job I'm gonna get into she's just that kind of a pen. I'm gonna get it to she has that kind of a notebook. I'm gonna get it to we imitate other people like nothing. There is no sense of being original. Unfortunately, we just copy, imitate, follow blindly. If a person is wearing their hijab in particular, we start imitating them as well. Well, she put up in

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here. Oh, she hasn't been here, too. Oh, she's wearing this kind of under hijab. Oh, she's wearing the band. Oh, she's wearing this. She's wearing that color. I'm gonna do the same thing. She has this Amaya. I'm gonna do the same kit over it. Stop imitating others. Yes.

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Don't be the second version of someone else. Be the first version of yourself? Yes.

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That'd be think about it. Identical twins. We have a pair sitting right here. Even they have been made differently. They have different choices. They have different likes and dislikes. They're not expected to be identical. So what's the harm when we start wishing for what other people have?

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Yes. It leads to jealousy. Yes.

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You're not thankful for what you have.

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You begin to dislike other people. There's always a competition.

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Indeed, also, when you see someone who is righteous, then don't take them as your role model who is our role model the Prophet sallallahu wasallam role models in the sense that if they speak this way, I'm going to speak this way. If they move their hand this way, I'm going to move their hand this way if they use this expression, I'm going to use the same expression. I mean, some things that come naturally, right just because you have seen someone so much that so you start talking like them you don't even realize right, but don't deliberately do that. looks fake and awkward. It's strange. It's weird. Okay, it looks so fake. So don't be fake, be original. So laugh at a man Noma football Allahu

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be Barbra como ella bow. Realize that Lily jolliness Lieberman magnetizable Well in Nyssa in Acebo min max seven was an Allah hum and fugly. ask Allah for his bounty in Allah Cana we call the shiner edema. Indeed Allah is ever knowing of

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everything he knows about everything. So he knows about you about your needs, but what rights should be given to you? What responsibilities should be given to you? Because the problem is

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that when it comes to the law that Allah subhanaw taala has given, why do people object? Why do people criticize it? What's the problem that people have with the law of Allah, they say it's not fair. They say, women don't have the exact same rights the men have, if a man is allowed to marry four wives, hey, a woman should be allowed to marry four husbands to right, this is what people want. But the fact is, that this is not natural, what is natural variation and difference, what is natural, that every light bulb is not exactly the same?

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What is natural, that every tree is not the same, what is natural, that every plant that produces particular fruit is not going to be identical, there is going to be a variation in taste, color smell,

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that we see the laws that have been explained over here so comprehensively, but still to so much detail, that every person depending on their relationship, either they're forbidden from marriage or permissible for marriage, they have been mentioned. Likewise, every person based on their relationship are given a share of inheritance. Likewise, punishment for free person different for a slave person different because each person comes from a different background, they come from a different background, they have different needs different weaknesses, who knows them, Allah knows them. So you can say this is the foundation of the Islamic law. The foundation It's the basic

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understanding the basic principle that has to be understood. If you don't understand this principle, you will have a problem with the law. But if you understand this principle, then you will be able to understand and accept the laws of Islam as well. May Allah subhanaw taala give us the understanding the comprehension the vastness of the heart to be able to accept these laws so that we can truly benefit from them recitation yeah

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