Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P05 061B Tafsir Al-Nisa 86-88

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The speakers discuss the importance of greetings in various situations, including when one says the wrong thing to someone, when someone says the wrong thing to them, when someone says the wrong thing to them, when someone says the wrong thing to them, and when someone says the wrong thing to them. They stress the importance of disobeying greetings and bringing true oneself and not being false to others. The speakers also touch on the challenges faced by Muslims during the pandemic and how they face various challenges, including internal and external challenges.
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Lesson number 61 sorta missa I remember 86 to 93

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What either who ye Don't be the Hey yet in and when you are greeted with a greeting when someone greets you who you don't to hear both of these words are from the letters hat. Yeah, yeah. same root as the word hat. What does hat me? Life The Arabs when they would greet someone they would say hi yah Kola one of their greetings that they would use and it is something that's used today as well. What does that mean? Hyak Allah, may Allah give you a live meaningful good life, right? We may you be safe and sound Hyak Allah may Allah keep you alive, okay. And there are many versions of this in different languages as well. All right. So anywhere from this greeting, hi Yak, Allah came the word

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that he Yeah. The here means greeting, any kind of greeting any kind of salutation any word through which you greet someone, when you see them, when you meet them, when you come across them any word through which you greet them. And in different cultures in different places, people have different words for greeting, correct. And likewise, for certain times of the day in the night also people have certain greetings, right? For certain occasions also, they have certain greetings, for example, in the morning, what do people typically say over here? Good morning, in the evening, what do they say? Good evening. And likewise, Muslims when someone says a Salam or Aleikum, then this is a

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greeting of who Muslims whether they are from any country anywhere from the world what is their greeting a Salam or Aleikum so the here greeting so what either who you don't be the Hey yet then Allah addresses the believers that oh you people when you are greeted with a greeting when someone meets you and says salaam or someone greets you with whatever kind of greeting that what should you do for how you then you also greet them meaning greet them in return return their greeting, but how the sentiment her with that which is better than it better than what better than the greeting they offered you better than the greeting they greeted you with. So for example, if someone says to you a

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Salam or Aleikum, what should your response be?

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Wow. That was a good response when I said a Salam or Aleikum earlier, I hardly heard any responses.

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So when somebody says a salam Wa alaykum what's necessary that we return their greeting with a better greeting, we add Warahmatullah for instance, if someone says a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah what should we say? Should we say why are they called was salam know, what should we send return? Why are they called was Salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh because Allah says it should be a better greeting. If someone says a Salam or aleikum wa rahmatullah he will block out to, then what should you say in return? Because some people have added more things, you know that there is a very long version of a greeting, which I've heard some people too does anyone know?

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Okay, I've heard them, but I don't recall them. All right. But anyway, people have made their own versions of a very, very long wireless Musina. But if somebody says to you weren't equals Salam, Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh or you are saying that, then what are we following? We are following the Command of Allah O RW, do her or at least return it, meaning return it in the exact same way to do rather than that. So when someone greets you, the best thing to do is that you greet them in a better way. But if that's not possible, because they have greeted you with the best greeting possible, you don't know how to make your response better than in that case, Allah says old do her

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or at least return it the same way.

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But have we been given the option that don't greet in return? Have we been given that option? No. Have we been given that option, that when someone greets you then yeah, just return, however you want to even if it's less compared to the greeting that they offered, you know, so if somebody says a Salam or Aleikum, wa Rahmatullah, can we say Y equals Salam? No, we have to return the greeting either exactly the same way or better, but what is preferred? Better, all right. Now, remember that when we are done

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Returning the greeting, okay? It can be better or equal in a number of ways that we can categorize this into two ways. First of all, in Camilla, and secondly in cavia, Camilla in the quantity in the quantity. So if someone says a Salam or Aleikum, then the quantity of the greeting that you return them which should be more meaning there should be more additional words, but obviously which words that are most known that are from the Sunnah. All right. So this is Camilla, this is quantity. Secondly, quality. Secondly, quality. So for example, somebody says to send Mr. Aiko put their keys and they walk away. So what should you do? Alright, equals said I want to have the law are you doing

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and give them a big smile? Shake their hand, okay, have eye contact with them. You know, show your concern, show welcome, you understand. So in K fear as well in quality as well, the greeting should be better or at least equal.

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Likewise, if somebody just says a Salam or Aleikum, and they pass away, what should you do when it comes to them? And put your hand out? To shake their hands with them? You understand? In what other way? Can we make our greeting better or equal? Give me more examples. What comes to your mind? How can we do it?

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You don't know. Let's analyze a greeting. What does a greeting constitute?

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First of all the words, right the words. Secondly, the handshake. All right. Thirdly,

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your facial expressions. Fourthly, your body language as well. All right, fifth, the tone of voice, you understand. So all of this is included in the greeting. So when someone reads you analyze the greeting quickly, okay, they're greeting with a smile. They're greeting in a very happy dawn. Or they're greeting in a very sad way, their greeting with limited words, or their greeting with anger. So what should you do? Your response should always be better be SNM in her? And if that's not possible, because you're upset with them? You're angry at them. So then what should you do? Oh, do her at least return it. You can never ignore the salam of a person, you can never ignore the

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greeting of a person. You know, the Prophet salallahu Salam, when there were three companions who didn't accompany him at the expedition to the book. And those three companions, there was complete social boycott, meaning no one was allowed to speak to them even no one was allowed to speak to them. And one of them carbon medically low or no, he would even come to the masjid to pray. He was like, I'm still a Muslim, I'm still going to come and pray, I am guilty. I am sorry. And I hope that Allah will accept my repentance anyway, he would still come to the masjid. And he would go and greet the Prophet salallahu Salam as well. And the Prophet salallahu Salam would return the greeting, but

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nothing more than that.

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So even when we're angry with someone when we're upset,

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still, we have to return the greeting. Why? Because it is of the rights of a Muslim, that when he greets his greeting should be returned. It is of the five rights of a believer that when he says Salam to you, you better respond to them. And if we do not respond to them, then what are we doing? We're actually doing gloom on them. We're actually being unfair with them. This is injustice.

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We always fight for our rights. So the right of a believer is that when he greets you respond to the greeting. We're either who you don't be the yachting for how you be SLM in her old do her and remember that in Allaha Cana Allah coolish in her Seba. Indeed, Allah is over everything ever her see who is has seen one who is taking account, meaning he's checking he is watching who is greeting first, and who is responding to the greeting or not responding to the greeting. And if someone is responding to the greeting, how are they responding to the greeting? Is it a person or is it at least a return? Allah is calculating everything Allah is observing everyone. So our greeting should

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always be the best one. But typically, what do we do? What's our reaction when someone greets? So for example, somebody comes home or somebody says Salaam in a classroom, we don't return the greeting thinking, oh, there's so many other people think why equals salon why should I bother?

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Right? This is what we typically think. Or we think, Oh, what's the big deal? Nevermind. We don't give much importance.

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Do it. Whereas in reality when we do that, who are we disobeying? Allah subhanaw? taala. We're not just depriving the other Muslim of their right. But we are also disobeying Allah. So this is something serious. And sometimes our reaction is that when someone greets us, we stand there and stare at them do I know.

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And then as they're walking away, we stare at them. I mean, all we had to do was just why are they gonna slam simple, but instead of saying walakum wa salam, we just stare at them, look at them, like really, I know this person.

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When somebody greets you, then it is your moral obligation, it is your religious obligation to return the greeting. In some situations, it is appropriate that you return the greeting in a better way. In other situations, what is appropriate that you are during the greeting in the same way. So for example, you happen to be at school, you have your hijab on you're visibly Muslim. And then there comes a Muslim man, all right, with a beard or a man comes, all right. And you don't know whether they're Muslim or not, you don't initiate the greeting, but they come and say, Listen, I'm on a call or you happen to be working at the same place. Now, if you can talk to them about the

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course material, if you can talk to them about the project that you are working on together. Why can you not say why it was Cena? Why not? You can write but you can stop there. You don't have to say my only concern. How are you doing brother?

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Nice weather, isn't it? What do you like to go for coffee? Just going for lunch? You don't have to do that. All you need to do is Warlick Musa hulless. Okay. So remember, in certain situations, that sound is better in other situations or do her is better?

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If somebody doesn't respond to the greeting, give them the benefit of the doubt. Maybe they didn't hear you. So say it again a Salam or Aleikum. And you know that they've heard you but they're not interested in responding to you then move on. I mean, you can't force someone to respond, right? So for example, sometimes when I come to class, you all are so distracted, not all but some people are distracted, and they don't even move their mouth saying Wyrley como Sinha. So should I just stand there and not begin the class until you greet me back?

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No, I can only encourage you. I can only remind you once or twice. But how much can I do? You see what I mean? So you can't force the other individual to return the greeting you can only remind them once or twice and that's it. Yes.

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Yeah, the hater mobile rocket and it's the most blessed it's the best greeting. If you think about it a Salam or Aleikum? What does it mean?

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May peace be upon you? A Salam meaning Allah's peace and security? May that be upon you. May you be enveloped in the security granted to you by Allah, that May you be safe at every step that you take in every endeavor that you dig in every action that you do in this life in the hereafter. You know, safety for your body for your email for your family, everything it's such a meaningful such a comprehensive greeting, but unfortunately we have replaced it with what Hey,

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hey, are we say hello.

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When you greet someone, then you actually get dua in return. When you say a Salam or Aleikum, somebody else is making dua for you as well. In a hadith we learned that a man came to the Messenger of Allah Allah cinnamon said a sin mRNA come the prophets Allah Allah doesn't return the greeting and after the men sat down, he said, then another man walked in he said a Salam or Aleikum, wa Rahmatullah and the prophets that Allah doesn't return the greeting and the man sat down the Prophet sallallahu sallam said, 20 and then a third man came in, he said, As salam o aleikum, wa Rahmatullah. He will look out to who Yasuda Allah and he sat down the prophets of Allah and return

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the greeting, and he said, 30 So the better your greeting is, the more reward you gain, the more reward you accumulate. One thing that we have to be very careful about the greeting is that how do we pronounce the words of the greeting? Do we say a cycle cycle?

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I don't want to go into different different ways in which people say salaam but you know what Assam means? Death when you die. Imagine meeting someone and saying when you die, is that something nice? No. So be very careful about how we say a salam Wa alaykum Can you all say that nicely right now?

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Yes, do not forget the lamb please make them practice. Okay. So do not forget the lamb. Do not forget to pronounce the scene and the shutdown on the scene. A set

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Assalamu Aleikum as opposed to whatever versions that we've made. Okay? Also one more thing. Remember that over here, the word greeting has been used. All right? And we are talking about the Muslim greeting, the Islamic greeting. Now, if someone greets us, they're not Muslim, they greet us with a greeting that is not Islamic. So for example, somebody says, Hi, good morning. So what should you do just stand there and stare at them with a blank face.

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Respond to that greeting as well. As long as the meaning is correct. As long as there's nothing wrong with those words mean, there's no element of shit, nothing that contradicts our religion, then it's okay. It doesn't mean that you start using those words to greet other Muslims. But when you greet other people, non Muslims are when they greet you that it's a moral obligation on you to return the greeting. So when somebody says, Hi, then please say something in return, say, Good morning. Don't just walk there and just begin a conversation like that. It doesn't seem nice, that you start a conversation without any greeting. So there has to be greeting. A man asked the

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Messenger of Allah salAllahu Salam, what is the best thing in Islam, and he said, feeding others and giving the greeting of salaam to those whom you know, and those whom you do not know.

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Also those whom you do not know. And you know, the benefit of greeting people is that all of a sudden, people become relaxed around you, isn't it. So, it's like that tension breaks that awkwardness that goes away. And then people can say something, or they can relax around you. Unfortunately, our image as Muslims is that when we walk into a place, all of a sudden, people feel uncomfortable, especially when we're wearing hijab, people feel more uncomfortable. All right, and the more hijab we have, the more uncomfortable they become. So what should we do? greet, greet them. Recently, I was taking my son to this place for classes. And the mothers had this, you know, waiting

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area, so I was sitting over there. And I noticed that there was just one mother, every time she walked in, she would say, Hello, how's everybody so relaxed, and then when she would come in, everyone would start talking, everyone would start talking to one another before people are sitting in the same place, you know, quiet, silent, having no conversations at all. But as soon as you would walk in, she would greet everybody break the ice, and that's it, everybody would start talking to one another. So initiate the greeting. And if not, that, at least return the greeting, but definitely return the greeting. Even our boss will deliver and who said that the words that the non

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Muslims used to greet you greet them in the same way, meaning return that greeting as well. As long as the words are correct.

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She's saying that she goes to work somewhere every morning. And as she goes, there's a lady whom she meets on the way and now she's become such good friends with her. But it all began with one greeting with one Salam. That's how it started. That's how they got to know one another. And that's how they became friends. So this is a reality salaam when you tell the other your save for me, may Allah safety and Peace be on you, then this is something that will definitely lead to many blessings.

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At the time of the Prophet salallahu Salam, right. There were you who would come and say to him, Assam or Aleikum. Okay. So I feel that she got really upset and she said, while it was Sam will learn, okay, that may make you die. And he'll Muskers be on you. She got really upset. So the prophets have a lot of them said, you should have just said what I said, What did he say? Why are they

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also upon you, meeting the same to you. But he didn't use the bad words, right? He just said wireless, same to you. So if there is a person who's not a Muslim, and you know that they're not really sincere, they have this problem with Islam and against Muslims. Then in that case, to be on the safe side, you can say, Hi.

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How's it going? You can say something like that, all right. But if there's nothing like that, that you fear from them, then you can say Y equals Salam. There are scholars that you can actually use the Islamic greeting for the non Muslims as well. Because the prophets of Allah send them when he sent a letter to him. He had it written in the letter, a salam ala money Taborn Houda that may be speak on the one who follows the guidance.

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You can but don't make it an obligation upon you that there is a man standing at the other side or that he's behind you like five feet or something that you return to them and you look at the Visitor Center more like we don't have to do that. You can just go on your way.

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Yes, the Haier tofi Hasulam

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Yes, very true. Very true that the greeting of the people of Ghana is also salam. As the people of Ghana will enter Paradise, they will be greeted with sunnah. And it is of the sheer odd it is of the signs of a Muslim person that he says Salaam. So we have to be used to this greeting, we have to spread it amongst ourselves, say it initiated and when others say to us, return that greeting as well. Allahu La ilaha illa who, Allah there is no deity except Him. He is the only one deserving of worship, Leia gimana comb, surely he will definitely gather you all he will assemble all of you Ilario milk for account on the day of judgment ILA to meaning for the purpose of account when, on

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the day of judgment and the Day of Judgment, low labor fee, there is no doubt about it. There is no doubt concerning it. It is a reality. In the previous ayah Allah says that he is over everything has Eve he is taking account of everything that you do. And when will that account come before us on the Day of Judgment? So what do we want in our account that so many people greeted us and we did not return the greeting? Or we did not return the greeting in the proper way? Or we spoke to someone we had a conversation with someone without even saying salam? Is that what we want in our account on the day of judgment? No, we want something beautiful because it is assumed that Allah subhanaw taala

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told us to do. Pledge Miranda Camila will PR Mattila li Buffy woman asked the coming Allah Hadith. And who is more truthful than Allah in Hadith, Hadith HRSA speech who is more truthful than Allah in speech, meaning any speech, any statement, anything that Allah has informed us off that it is a slug, it is the most truthful, it is the most accurate? Why? Because Allah is telling us and Allah, He is the one who knows everything. And he is the one who is most truthful, there is no one who is more truthful than Allah. So if Allah is telling us something, it has to be factual. If Allah is telling us something, it has to be beneficial. So when it's true, when it's beneficial, then why not

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do it? And if Allah is studying us, when someone greets you return the greeting, then why not? recitation?

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for murder Conville Munna Filipina fee attorney for murder calm, man, what law come for you. Meaning what is the matter with you? What is wrong with you? And obviously you refers to Muslims, that all believers What is the matter? That Fillmore Nafi Pina concerning the hypocrites whenever pain is applauded enough, when AFIC concerning the hypocrites you all Muslims are fee attain dual off feet, fear from the letters via hymns fear is a group. So how come? Why is it that you have divided into two groups concerning the hypocrites? Meaning you are of different opinions when it comes to dealing with them when I 15? When it comes to deciding what should be done with them? How should they be

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treated? Meaning how come you are confused when this is not a matter of confusion? When this is a matter that is quite clear. Why should you be in confusion? Now as clear this verse is about who the winner 15 Who are the winners up when I 15. hypocrites are those who appear to be Muslims, but their hearts are not Muslim. This show Islam but in their hearts, there is no faith. They appear to be Muslims, but in reality there is no Islam in their lives. What does Allah subhanaw taala say concerning them we learned from Bukhara that when we are Nassima, your guru, amen. Biller, your billion will fit but Allah says Will my home be macmini They say they believe but in reality,

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they're not believers. And remember that there are different levels of hypocrisy, different kinds of hypocrisy as well. All right, so

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Remember that as the Muslims of Medina, they faced many external challenges, we learned earlier, that there was constant fear that the people were in, because they always feared the attack of some enemy, or some people coming to harm them coming to destroy their property, or deceiving the Muslims killing them. So this is the reason why the Muslims faced many external challenges. Now, with these external challenges, internal challenges were also coming up. There were also problems happening from within. And this is something that happens very commonly, that if there's a group of people working together on something, and all of a sudden there's a huge challenge that they're facing,

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then what happens? People start breaking apart, isn't it? So there are some people who are weak in their faith, who are weak in their determination, who are not very sincere to the mission. So what happens? They begin to abandon the rest of the people, isn't it? So you see this all the time, all over the place, whether it's in a business, or in a corporation, anything at all, when they're doing external challenges, then problems begin inside as well. Why? Why does this happen? Because in this manner, those who are really sincere, are made clear and distinct from those who are not sincere. Those who are committed, become clear and separate from those who are not committed. Because when

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things are easy, everyone can come with a smile on their face. Everyone can do their job very easily. But when there are challenges, then what happens, you have to overcome the difficulty and still do the work. And very few people can do that. Who can do that? Someone who is dedicated to the mission, someone whose priority is not just himself, but actually the mission. All right. So the Manasa clean with their weakness of faith, what happened, their weakness started to show as the Muslims face challenges, as the enemy turned against the Muslims, the weakness of the hypocrites also came to light, how in different ways. Remember what happened at the Battle of or hurt, that our

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beloved obey, he went along with the Prophet salallahu Salam, to fight the enemy. But what happened after some time he went back. So it was very clear that this person is not sincere. He just talks a lot, but in reality, he is not sincere.

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Now, there were also some people who had embraced Islam, but they had still not migrated to Medina. They had not come to Medina yet rather, they were living in their tribes in the place where their tribes were living. So for example, there were still some Muslims in Makkah, there were still some Muslims across the Arabian Peninsula, but they had not migrated. All right. Now remember that some people did not migrate for a genuine reason. They were too oppressed, they didn't have the freedom, they didn't have the ability to leave Makkah go to Medina, or to leave their homeland and go to Medina, they didn't have that choice. Their family did not allow them. They were being oppressed.

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Obviously, if someone's chained up than what option do they have?

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But there were some other people who did not migrate. Why? Because they were too comfortable where they were. They liked how they were living.

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They love their families, they love their people. And yes, it is possible to still live with people who are of different fates. However, sometimes, it leads to a very tricky situation, where you have to choose between the two,

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or else there will be compromise. So for example, at the Battle of whether the Mushrikeen from Makkah, they came to Medina, and who did they bring along with them? Every person who was capable. Now there were some people who had actually embraced Islam who were Muslim, but because they had tribal alliances, or because they had relationships with certain individuals, if they told them come to battle with us, they couldn't say no.

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Do you see what I mean? Because you are defending Maccha you are defending this tribe, you are fighting for this tribe, you will support this tribe regardless of your faith. Now, for other reasons, it's okay. But if a Muslim was made to participate in battle against the Prophet salallahu Salam, this was something very good

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range. Here's a person he says, I believe in Allah O Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, I believe in you, I confirm your prophet hood. But at Butler, he is coming with the sword in his hand against the Muslims and are hurt. He is coming with the sword in his end against the Muslims. Do you see what I mean? So the Muslims of Medina, they were very confused, that such people what are we supposed to do with them? If they come in front of us and battle fighting us? We want to kill them as well. We want to fight against them because they are raising their weapons against us. They're coming from the side of the enemy, we will treat them as the enemy. But other Muslims said that no, they are Muslim,

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they have said the Kalima, they have said La Ilaha illa Allah How can you kill another Muslim? Do you see what I mean? So, it was a very challenging situation for the Muslims in Medina they were confused that how do we deal with such people? So Allah subhanaw taala revealed that what is the matter with you? Why are you so confused? When the matter is so clear? From Allah confirm when after 18 attain you should not be divided concerning this matter you should be united you should be clear when Allah aka some woman because the reality is that Allah has on kessa home be Maccha, Cebu um Casa from the root letters la cap seen it Cass is to turn something upside down. So for example, the

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head is down and the feet are up and then throw back.

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Okay, so turn upside down, flip and then throw back. So Allah who are Kassa, whom he has turned them and thrown them back, why the Mecca Saboo because of what they have earned, meaning that their Islam is gone.

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There Islam has gone they have reverted to disbelief because of what they have done. If they're saying that yes, yes, we believe and then they come with a weapon against the prophets of Allah Addison against Abu Bakr against Roma. Then where's that Eman? Where's that faith? How can a person say I believe you are the messenger and then he comes with the sword in his hand against the messenger what kind of faith is is Allah says Allah who are kuzhambu Monica Cebu to the Duna do you all wish and that Doman, herbal Allah that You declare guided that you guide the one whom Allah has led astray, meaning someone whom Allah has allowed to go astray? They wanted to take this decision,

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Allah let them make this decision. But you want to count them for among those who are guided? Is this guidance? Is this guidance that a person is raising weapons against the messenger Salallahu Salam, how can you consider such a person to be of those who are guided? Well my noodley level felon 30 dilla Husa Vela then you will never find for him away, meaning any way to guide that individual you cannot do that.

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