Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P06 068B Tafsir Al-Maidah 1-2

Taimiyyah Zubair
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Are the bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman r Rahim

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lesson number 68 pseudotumor ADA is number one to five

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Surah toma ADA.

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This surah is also known as surah. Two Halal will haram. What does that mean? The Surah that tells you about what is permissible and what is forbidden. Why do you think this surah is called a halal haram? Why do you think so?

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Because there are rulings concerning what is halal and what is haram. Now, when we think of Halal haram, what's the first thing that comes to your mind? Food, which food can you eat, and which food can you not eat? And this surah is a Madani Surah, which means that it was revealed after the Hijra of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, and it is said that it is the last of what was revealed of the Quran. The last of what was revealed of the Quran mean the last verse that was revealed to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is in this surah

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and this is why the Scholars they said that McKenna fee him in Halyn for a head Lu, whatever you find halal, mentioned in this surah then consider it to be halal, when I can see him in Haram in for her removal and whatever you find in it that is mentioned as haram then consider it to be haram. Why? Because this was the last of what was revealed of the Quran.

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So, this means that nothing that is mentioned in this surah is abrogated, it is final. All of the outcome of the surah are more come

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and they have to be followed nothing of it is abrogated, and most of the surah was revealed in the city of Medina. But a part of it was revealed in Makkah as well. When, when the prophets of Allah Addison went for her digital Wada, the Farewell Pilgrimage. So that is when some verses of the surah were also revealed. We learned the Hadees that debate about an affair he said, I performed Hajj once and I visited I showed a little on her. And she said to me, Oh, would you bed? Do you read surah? Toma either? She asked him do you read total Nida? Why do you think she would ask him? Out of all the sources she asked him? Do you read through trauma either? Because it is relevant to him? So she

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asked him, do you read through trauma either?

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And he said, I answered Yes. She said it was the last Surah to be revealed. Therefore whatever permissible matters you find in it, then consider them permissible. And whatever impermissible matters you find in it, then consider them impermissible. So she emphasized the importance of knowing the sutra how important it is to have the knowledge of the Afghan that are mentioned in the Surah.

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This is why you will notice that as we will study that of zero the Surah it will be more academic. Because there is no way to know the surah except study it in a very academic style. So there'll be lots of things for you to understand lots of things for you to memorize lots of rules, lots of laws, lots of technical things. I'm not trying to scare you, but I'm trying to prepare you that it's a little technical. Why? Because it deals with food. And when it comes to food, you have to know what is permissible and what is not.

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And some scholars, they even call the Surah Surah to retell the surah for men. Why? Because the men have to know what is halal and what is haram. They're the ones who are slaughtering the animals. They're the ones who are purchasing the meat. So they have to know what is allowed what is not allowed, because otherwise there'll be feeding their families food that is not halal.

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Now, what's the name of the surah? Alma Ada, what does that mean? They will spread of food. So this is exactly what this sort of brings to us a table spread of food. It tells you what are your options, what you can eat. It's not one meal, but it's a table spread of food because generally when we think of Halal haram we think everything's haram except for this and this and this and this, but we are shown what is halal with a completely different perspective that it's like a table spread of food you have so many options. Look at all the blessings that Allah subhanaw taala has given you at the end of the previous Surah Surah Nisa we learned that because of the sins of Bani Israel, what

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happened, good things were made unlawful for them. And in this law, we see how Allah subhanaw taala with his mercy allowed so many good things, all good things

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For the believers and the only things that he is forbidden for us are those which are inherently bad for us. So let's begin the surah are the bIllahi min ash shaytani R rajim Bismillah R Rahman Rahim Yeah Are you her Latina ama No, all you who have believed all believers. This means that pay attention listen attentively this is part of your being a believer. If you are a believer you have to observe this your Eman demands this from you. What does it demand from you that oh foo fulfill what should you fulfill Biller Code? All Contracts all promises all commitments. The word Oh foo is from welfare Yeah, and welfare is to fulfill and the word irql deplore love act Iein cough dal, what

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does literally means AKA, aka to tie a knot to fasten it, it is to tie something strongly and firmly. And it's the opposite of hail hail is to untie after is to tie a knot.

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And out basically refers to every matter that is related to more I'm Allah what is marmelade dealings with people?

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What are the different ways in which we deal with people for example, marriage, likewise, a financial contract. These are what more omelette. So every matter related to Mamilla, which a person Promises, promises, who another individual, okay, and he intends firmly to fulfill it to complete it. So there's a number of things about our act. First of all, it's a promise, a person promises that He will complete it, He will fulfill it, he will do it.

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Secondly, it is with another individual or another party.

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And thirdly, it has to do with more omelet dealings with people. So all social contracts, all social contracts, whether it is marriage, or it is business or whatever. Any social contract, whether it is between a citizen and the government, any contract Allah subhanaw taala says, Oh foo fulfill, so fulfill all contracts, those that you have made with Allah and those that you have made with the people. What is the contract with Allah, that we believe in Him, we obey Him, we obey His laws concerning what is halal, what is haram? And what are the contracts with people, all lawful contracts and agreements, whether they are explicit or implied, whether they are verbal, or they are

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written, because some contracts are verbal, and other contracts are recorded in writing. Likewise, some contracts are immediate, and other contracts are long term, immediate as a new completed, you deal with it, you finish it immediately, just a few moments or just a few days. But there's some there are long term. For example, marriage is a contract, which when a person makes he doesn't intend to be married to the individual for only two days, or five days. Now, it's a long term commitment, a person when they get married, they intend to be married to the other for their life. That's the intention. Because the person should not get married with the intention of divorcing the

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woman. When this will happen, then I'll divorce her. I'll just keep her until this time and then I will divorce her no, this is not marriage.

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So I will fall below code and contracts with people whether their financial, personal political, at individual level or a public level, whatever contract that you're making. What does Allah say? Oh, foo fulfill it. Why? Because the only thing that befits a believer is that when he makes a contract, then he fulfills it. When he makes a contract when he makes a commitment, then what does he do? He fulfills it. He doesn't just disappear. He doesn't leave halfway through. He doesn't not show up. No, he takes his contract very seriously. He fulfilled all the conditions all the terms and he completes

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this is what befits a believer and if a believer does not fulfill a contract and what does that signify? What does that indicate the weakness of his ima because what befits a believer to complete the contract if he doesn't do that, then it means that there's something missing in the email. So yeah, you Alladhina amanu Oh for biller are good. What did we learn earlier that it is a sign of the fastest team

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They break the covenant and Medina and Kaduna or the law him embargo Misaki. So it doesn't prefer a believer to do that. Now, tell me, what are some of the contracts some of the commitments that we make that we make

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any contract that you've made with anybody?

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Okay. Annika. All right. What else? Yes.

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So for example, if you sign up for a course, right, you register yourself for a course for a program, then you are making a contract. There is an admission form, you write everything, you write all the answers, remember what you filled, maybe a few months ago, or maybe a year and a half ago, some of you. So what is that it's a contract in a way. You put your signature over there, and there was a stamp that was put on that piece of paper.

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What are some other examples of contracts? Let's think outside of Alibaba.

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So when you put a checkmark on something that says, I agree to all the terms and conditions, then what is that a contract, then you cannot go and jailbreak it, you cannot go and hack it the different wrong ways that people adopt to download things which are not legal, whether it's legal software, or illegally downloading movies, or whatever. What are some other examples of contracts, employment contract, that you say that you've accepted the offer, and you are going to work there. So that means that you fulfill all the terms and conditions, whatever is expected of you, you do it, you show up on time you do your work, and then you fulfill all your obligations as well. What else

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that when you are renting a property, somebody's house and apartment, then again there is a contract, but what do some people do they just disappear. They just leave without having paid any of the bills.

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For example, if you're taking an oath of citizenship I'm not talking about whether it's halal or haram I'm just talking about it being a contract so if you take that then what does it mean that you have to abide by the laws of the country so I'll fall below could fulfill all the contracts

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and basically fulfilling the contract what does that teach us that obey what you have to obey that once you've committed to something and there are certain obligations that fall on you then you have to fulfill them? So likewise, when you've committed to being a believer, then there are certain things that Allah is going to command you with then what does it mean that you have to follow them? You have to observe them you have to fulfill all of them. First and foremost thing is what oh * let law come by him to a neuron lawful for you are the animals of grazing livestock, okay, let okay let is from halal.

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Halal means it has been made halal Lancome for you meaning for you all believers, something has been made halal. What is that by Hema, behemoth Al Anon,

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animals have grazing livestock, the word behavior is from the root letters burn her meme.

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And behemoth is used for Eastman liquor lady or bar. It is used for every four legged creature.

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Can you name a few? Cow, cat, camo, dog, Wolf, Lion, sheep got this is what behavior.

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But what is mentioned over here which behavior are permissible for you, those that are L and

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those that are from the grazing livestock. An arm is a plural of Nam. And Nam literally is used for a camel, but then it's applied to all the animals from the grazing livestock whether it's sheep cattle goat, okay? And why is this word used for grazing livestock, it's from the word near the word nearby is also from the same root What does near mean benefit is? So basically anom are those animals which are domesticated, which are kept and raised. Why, for the benefit for the ease of food, for profit, ease of traveling. And these animals they live in herds. So for example, sheep in herds, cows, goats, camels, all of them, they live in herds. So which ones are there? Anoma which

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ones they are domesticated animals kept for the ease for the benefit of food, have profit of travel, and the live in hertz

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and a neuron room

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They're not just domesticated animals. Some scholars have said that this is a large category which includes all animals which are similar to such domesticated animals. So for example, even deer, they're not domesticated animals, however, they're very similar to sheep or you can say goats. Likewise, bison antelope mountain cow, all such animals are also permissible, whether they are domesticated or they are from the wild.

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So, Allah subhanaw taala says that Hamlet, Lacan, behemoth Al Anon. All such animals are halal for you, meaning their actual their eating, their consumption is permissible for you in law except meaning from these animals. There are some that are my youth law or legal which are recited on you, meaning that you have been informed off. In other verses, you have been informed that they are not halal.

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So what's the ayah saying? That all animals from the grazing livestock you are allowed to eat except for those which you have been informed off in other places of the Quran that you're not allowed to eat? Which ones are they? We have learned, for example, in Surah Baqarah. I want somebody three in Namaha. Rama alayka will meet with them and will ml Finzi woman who will lead the lady Allah, that if an animal dies, for example, a Cow dies, it's not sorted properly, it dies then you can't eat it. Likewise, if there is a goat that is sacrificed for other than Allah, you can't eat it. Likewise, llama Lindsay, a pig even though it may be domesticated even though it may be four legged even

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though it may be considered livestock by many people, but it's not halal. That's an exception. Likewise, in SOTL an arm I 145 We learn that nothing is haram except for Mater odema masu Han Olek McKinsey's in for in NodeJS office when the lady lady same thing has mentioned interested in arm I 121 Well Kurumi Muslim youth charisma Allahu Alaihe don't eat of that in which Allah's name has not been pronounced. So if there's a camel it was slaughtered, Allah's name was not mentioned it is not halal.

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So there are some exceptions from the grazing livestock which are not halal, which we have learned in other places and which we will learn again in the verses that will come. So him that Lakhan behemoth will an army in lemma youth learn ECAM

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and then Allah says later on or Hindi Slader later, what is right I mean, not other than more Haley is actually more Hey, Lena, the noon has been dropped. So basically more Haley is plural off. Make the singular what's the singular? More? Hey, everybody said, more hail. What's the root? Hallam LA, more hail, this meme? What does this tell you that it's a person just like more Harrison? More men? Okay, that meme indicates that it's a person more nafdac Okay, so over here we see more Hill who is more Hill, more Hill is one who makes halal. One who makes permissible one who allows a slave a slave is animal, which is hunted. So what is that game? Not a computer game? The game as an animal

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that is hunted.

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So for example, if a deer is being hunted, what is the deer slayed? Can you say the word slave? Okay, so moving the slider, what does it mean? Allowing the game

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allowing the game allowing the hunt meaning one's hunting. Basically what this means is those who go hunting those who hunt animals, but Allah says over here laying on the Hill this leader, you cannot hunt the animals when what unto home while you are home. What does hurtle mean? Harlem is the plural of haram. Meaning while you are haram, what does that mean?

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That means while you are in the state of Islam, when you're going for Hajj, when you're going for umbra, you are in the State of Iran, and certain things which are halal for you otherwise become haram on you. For example, it's highly encouraged for you to trim your nails to keep yourself clean, like trim your nails, but in the state of your home, can you trim your nails? No, you cannot. It's haram for the person in the State of Iran to trim his nails. Likewise, if a person is hungry, they see some animal which is hello to eat, and they have the chance to hunt it should they go hunting with the name of Allah and eat of it. Yes, they do.

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However, in the State of Iran, can they do it? Absolutely not. So Allah says, All these animals are halal for you, however, you cannot have them. Okay, later we'll handle the Slader will unto home while you are in the State of Iran. Why? Why is it forbidden in that state? Because when a person is wearing a home, what is this focus, worship of Allah. And if he starts hunting, that could take a couple of hours, it could even take days. And once you start hunting sight, when you go fishing, you catch one fish. And then you're like, I want to catch another one. And then you want to like, I want to catch another one. And then you completely lose focus of what you want to do. So later on, we're

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here, let's say that we're into home, you cannot go hunting while you are in the state of a firearm.

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And this shows to us about the importance or the etiquette that this garb requires of a person it's like uniform, right? So it requires some etiquette that we have to observe. And all of that is that you can't go hunting. It's not just a dress, but it's something that requires from you certain manners and etiquettes. So later on, we're here to say that we're unto Hello. Allah says in Hola Hola, como, may you read? Indeed, Allah commands whatever He wills, whatever he wants? What about our want? Or what our will? How come the matter of Halal and Haram has not been enough to our desires, our wishes? Wouldn't it be so much easier? Whatever you feel like eating, just pick it up,

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you know, sometimes you go to a grocery store and you like, people are just picking up whatever they want. And here you are checking what is halal or haram? What are the ingredients? Skipping a few aisles completely. There is a store that has opened here. I'm sure you have heard about it. And there's really good meat there. There's a section which is halal. And a huge section, which is haram meat. So when you go there to pick up the halal meat, you're like, I wonder what's there. I wonder what they have, what other options they have? And they must have a lot because obviously it's so big. So why is it that Allah has not left the matter of food and drink to our desires, rather, he

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has taken full authority over it. And he says in the liar coma, he read, he commands whatever He wills. Why?

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Because we have no control over our desires. If it was left to us, then we would eat anything and everything, then we would eat mice, and we would eat dogs and we lead monkeys. And we would eat pigs even though they can consume the most nasty things that are not even worth mentioning. Then we can eat animals that are killed in the most brutal way, then we would be worse than lions and cheetahs.

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So, Allah commands whatever He wills when it comes to food, he has not left it to us. Rather he has made us different from animals and animal eats whatever it pleases. It doesn't care. But we are human beings. We are supposed to be more dignified. We are supposed to look at what we're eating.

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He is the Creator and He knows us more than we know ourselves. He knows what our body needs more than what we know. He knows what harms our body more than we could ever know. So in Hola Hola, como, may you read, everything belongs to him as well. All the animals belong to him because he's the one who made them. So he has decided what he has allowed for us to eat and what he has not allowed for us to eat Allah Allah who will Calico will

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unquestionably his is the creation and the command. So when he has created, it's his command that will be observed. And he has the right to tell us how to deal with the animals what is halal, what is haram?

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Then Allah says yeah, you are Latina, Manu, or you have believed loud to Henlow do not make halal. What does it mean? That if there's something that Allah has made haram, don't go on making that halal.

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Now remember that the word Islam is used in a different way as well, not just in making something permissible, but also to violate the sanctity of something to disrespect something to cross the limits that Allah subhanaw taala has said concerning something. Why is this word used because it says though Allah has made it haram and we're making it halal for ourselves, whereas only Allah has the right to decide what is halal and haram.

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So he says lead to Hindu meaning do not violate do not find it what Sherif it Allah He, the Shah of Allah also do not violate the sanctity of Wallace shall haram and nor the sacred month

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Thirdly, what l headier and nor the Hadith what is hottie the sacrificial animal? Well color in and nor the color it what are color in Garland in animals? Well, I mean and bathe and nor those coming to the Sacred House. So there is a number of things that Allah subhanaw taala has mentioned over here five, basically. And he tells us do not violate their sanctity. What does it mean by that, that your Eman demands from you that you respect all of these things, these times these rituals, these practices these actions

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because certain times require certain behavior from us, certain places require certain behavior, there is an expected conduct, there's an expected way of clothing when you are in a certain place in a certain time. For example, recently somebody told me that in the way, in all the malls at the stores, you know, there's a big sign that your shoulders have to be covered, your clothes can't be above your knees. Why respect the cultural norms. So tourists, visitors, whoever it is, they have to cover their shoulders, they have to wear those clothes because certain places require certain dress code. Likewise, you go to a certain place and there's a big sign outside, no shorts allowed. I

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remember I went to this restaurant to eat and men could only come there in a suit and tie. So my brother he showed up in his normal clothes and he wasn't allowed inside him and his cousin's they were hanging outside because they couldn't go in they weren't allowed to go inside. Because if you go in you have to be dressed properly. Likewise, certain places you have the signs up you have to have a shirt on

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why because certain places certain times demand certain dress code certain respect. So likewise in our deen as well, there are places which require us to be extra careful and extra respectful. Likewise, there are certain times of the year when we are expected to be more conscious more alert. Likewise, there are certain rituals to which we have to show extra respect.

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So your Eman demands us from you. That don't violate the sanctity of first of all sha Allah, what a sha Allah shine is a Florida of Sharia law from the letter Sheen is wrong and true, what does your own mean? Lash Arun to be aware to perceive. So SHA in theory about are basically signposts symbols. If there is a symbol, if there is a particular sign, then what does it do? It symbolizes certain things. For example, if you're driving and then you see a big yellow, M, a big yellow M, that's a symbol of what?

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McDonald's right? I'm not saying go eat there. I'm just asking you a question. So there's no harm in responding. Okay. So, this is what your euro is.

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An object or an action, a place that signifies that reminds you of something, sha Allah, those things times, places that remind you of who SHA, Allah they remind you of Allah. Why? Because Allah has chosen those places. He has chosen those times. He has given those certain rituals, those commands for us to observe. So shrine Allah, they are, for example, our Eman al Hajj, the rites of Hajj, the wife going to Mina.

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Likewise, there also the McCormack of Hajj, the places where Hajj rituals are performed, whether it is most Delhi or out of obaidul Haram. So it's not just rituals, but it's also the places and not just related to Hajj but also otherwise. For example, a hijab is this of the Shah, of course, because this is an object that Allah subhanaw taala has commanded the Muslim women to wear and when you see that it reminds you have who Allah because he legislated it like was a man's beard. Is that chariot of Allah Yes. And then a comma Salah is that at the Shrine of Allah Yes, like was a masjid, the month of Ramadan all of these are what Shara it of Allah.

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So basically shine are what the tangible aspects of the deen whether it's physical or time related, it's tangible aspects of things. So Allah says

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lendahand lu don't violate their sanctity. Meaning when you're observing them, observe them properly when you're at these places than respect them, do not disrespect them. What is disrespect of such places? For example, Masjid, what is disrespect of the Masjid?

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What is violating the sanctity of the Masjid?

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Making it dirty. Writing something on the wall. This is what disrespecting the sanctity of the Masjid. Likewise a haram what is the proper etiquette over there? Again, that when you go there, don't engage in useless things. Don't start just sitting there watching people as they go and not worshiping Allah subhanaw taala at all, wasting zum zum creating in a place where you're making so much difficulty for the people who have come to worship Allah subhanaw taala over there. So learn to Hello sha Allah, observe them properly when you are there. Then respect those places do not commit sin over there. In the Quran, we learn when my you outlive Shara it Allah, whoever honors the

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symbols of Allah for into him in the coil Kulu it is from the taqwa of the hearts, then that shows that the person has the core.

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If a person respects the Shire of Allah, then that proves that he has the core. He gives importance to them, he observes them properly.

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Secondly, Shadow haram, do not violate their sanctity. What does it mean by that the sacred months which are the sacred months for the Garda the head, Gem Harlem and Roger. So these four months do not violate their sanctity? How? By sending in them by fighting in them.

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Thirdly, Hedy, what is Howdy, howdy, so through letters? What's the root? hurdle? Yeah, any other word from the same root hedaya guidance. He is basically sacrificial animal. When you go for Hajj, you also have to sacrifice an animal.

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Now these days hasn't even been for which by the way.

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Okay, what did you do when you had to sacrifice the animal

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you went to an office, and you paid money over there. Or your agent asked you, your group leader, whoever asked you that which animal how much money and then you give them the money. And they give you a receipt that such and such animal we sacrificed for you on your behalf on this date at this time, between this hour and this hour. So these days, it's very easy, you don't even get to see the animal back then what would happen was that when people would go for Hajj, they would take their animal along with them.

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So for example, if they wanted to sacrifice three camels, they will take it with them. If they wanted to sacrifice five goats, they will take those goats with them. So alhamdulillah for all the systems that have been placed these days, that our hedge has been made so efficient and so easy, because imagine trying to take goats and sheep on your

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aircraft, perhaps you would never be able to do hatch because they wouldn't allow you to take animals there. Anyway. So this is what he is sacrificial animal that is Daikon Yoda. It is guided to it is taken to the haram. Why? To be slaughtered over there.

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Okay, it is taken, guided from your house wherever you bought it from to the Haram in order to be slaughtered. So Allah says, Don't disrespect these animals. What's the disrespect concerning them?

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That for example, abusing the animal thinking that oh, it's gonna be slaughtered anyway. So might as well loaded with something might as well sit on it might as well abuse it. Let me take my anger on it. No, this is not right. don't violate their sanctity. They are special animals who are going to be slaughtered for the sake of Allah. So you better show respect to them. And also that when they are being taken for sacrifice that they should be sacrificed at the right time and the right manner at the right place. Then caller ID caller ID is the plural of key ladder. What's the root of lamb done? And colada is basically a strap or a rope that is put around the neck of the animal. I'm not

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talking about the strap that you have on which you put a leash. No, it's a bigger strap that looks more like a necklace like a garland. Probably you've never seen it. Unless you've seen read in some Muslim country. Then you may have seen something like this, that they put a garland around the animal's neck. Sometimes it's very colorful. Sometimes it may have certain things on it.

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And it's made of different materials. Why was the strap but

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to mark the animal that this animal is going to be sacrificed at Hajj. So for example, if a group of people was traveling, have you seen the video even battuta? Have you seen the movie? So what happened when he went for Hajj? Did he get robbed? Did he get robbed? Yeah, remember so many times they were robbers were after the Hajaj. So this was something that was very common from pre Islamic times to until very recently, even that when the people would go for Hajj, their lives would be endangered. But what would happen is that if people would see that, oh, there are three animals with them, which have garlands around their necks, then they would say these people are going for Hajj,

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don't bother them. So they would respect the people going for Hajj. So Kala in they would put around the animal in order to mark the animal. So Allah says do not disrespect these animals in the sense that do not disrespect the people of these animals.

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In other words, respect their safety, respect their security, make sure that they are safe and secure and they're able to go for Hajj easily. Then very clearly Allah says Allah Amin and beta haram and do not even violate the sanctity of who mean what does M mean mean?

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When I say M mean what comes to your mind? Later mallu Brd him well baleen me mean yeah, that is me. mean with no Shuddha on it, this is M mean

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and M mean is a plural off.

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It is the plural off, M

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M mon is from the root letters Hamza Mi Mi,

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Amaya OMO means to intend. Imam is from the same root because Imam you intend to follow him.

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And my MO is to intend to direct one steps towards a place to go towards a destination so am mean are who those who are headed to a certain place. Those who have intended to go to a particular place, which place Allah says Amin al Badal haram. Those who are headed to the Sacred Mosque, meaning those who are headed to

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the Kaaba and haram. Why would a person go there to perform or bad for Hajj for Allah. So Allah says all those people who are going for Hajj who are going for Umrah who wants to worship Allah at the Sacred Mosque, do not violate their safety. Rather treat them well. ensure their security and well being why because they are the guests of Allah. They are people who have undertaken this difficult journey. Why? Yerba Tahuna in order to seek Fuglsang Milla be him the bounty of their Lord, what Ilana and pleasure, the only reason why they're taking this difficult journey is because they want to earn the pleasure of Allah, they want to seek some benefits, whether they are worldly or related

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to the era. So when a person has gone out in the way of Allah, then respect them, ensure their well being, don't treat them in a bad way. But unfortunately, we see the people who go for Hajj and Irma, sometimes they get cheated so badly.

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That for example, they go to Jeddah, the land there, and they want to go to Makkah, the jQa care, and then they have to pay so much money just because they have come from Canada, or they've come from the States people think that they are full of money to they'll charge them double, triple the amount. Likewise food. Likewise, somebody's doing the laugh, and somebody comes and takes her wallet out. Somebody comes and takes their phone. A woman may be doing the laugh with her purse or she may be putting in her bag is sitting right in front of her and somebody comes in, takes the purse. This is what disrespecting, who, those who have gone to worship Allah. And this is the reason why

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remember, theft committed in the Haram any sin that is committed in the Haram is far more serious compared to theft and sin committed anywhere else. The sin becomes more serious, more grave and also because it's committed against to those who have come to worship Allah.

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So wala Amin Al Bayt, the Haram, I have the Hoonah favela, Mira be modeled Werner.

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What lesson do we learn from this for ourselves? What lesson do you learn for yourself from this

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than if anyone is gone is on the way of Allah subhanaw taala. The only reason why he leaves his house is to worship Allah, then what does it mean that we should be extra nice with them, we should respect what they're doing, we should cooperate with them, we should not hurt them harm them in any way. So for example, you go to the masturbator away, and you're trying to park and then you end up hitting somebody's car.

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And you say, whatever.

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What's the big deal?

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It may not be a big deal for you, because your car may be like that. But it may be a big deal for other people. So if something like this has happened, what does it mean? You just walk away? No, you don't walk away. You wait for that person to come. You leave a note for them.

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Once we went to a masjid, it was a big masjid. And I believe there was some event I don't remember exactly what was going on. But we came as we were getting into the car, there was a man who came and he said, This car belongs to you. And we said, yeah, he said, I'm really sorry, we kind of bumped into your car, and we scratched it from here. And he was leaving his phone number and all the details by the car, so that we would know what happened. And that was something so responsible that he did. Because the thing is that if a person walks away, okay, he will never be caught. But who knows? Allah knows right? Hitting somebody's car. Yes, it's a big deal. But hitting somebody scar

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who's in the way of Allah is worse, is worse. taking somebody's shoes, outside somebody's house where there's a party going on. That is bad. But taking somebody's shoes from the masjid is much much worse. Believe me, leaving a public washroom dirty is bad, but leaving a masjid washroom dirty is much worse. Much worse. Remember that? Because this is going to harm who those who are in the way of Allah.

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Those who have left their homes to worship Allah.

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So let's take this very seriously.

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When we go to a public washroom, we become very careful Oh, I have to give a good image of Muslims. And we'll be so careful. we'll wipe the counter. We'll do so much the caliph and being so proper proper. But when we're at a masjid, we forget all our manners. We forget all our basic etiquette of hygiene. We forget everything. And that is much worse. So there's something that we have to remember. Allah says what either Halal done and when you are halal, which means that your harm is done. You have completed your hedge then first of all do then you may hunt earlier it was mentioned later on when the slider were on tomorrow. Now Allah says the one your hedge is over when you're not

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in the state of your home anymore. Then first of all, do the word foster do what's the root

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for spa do solid yet dead? Why? Because it's from the word sleds. Okay, slave Hunt is thought do go hunt. So Allah says what either Halton foster do that when you have become halal, meaning your home is over. Then you may go and hunt. You may do that. The prohibition is only while you are in Iran.

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Well, I actually mana calm and let it not incite you. What Shannon? I know the enmity, and Mattia who Coleman are people. Yesterday Manna is from Drew letters Jeem raw meme. So many new words.

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Don't worry, it's gonna get easier.

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So lately, mannequin from Zhang Jian, Rami gentlemen, means to pick a fruit from a tree. So for example, you're walking, and you see that your neighbor's at the end of the driveway. There's a tree that has some berries on it. You wonder what is it and immediately you're like, you jump towards it to at least look at it. You want to take it? But you're like, No, it's not mine. I shouldn't take it. But you at least look at it, you immediately you are inclined towards it. You jump towards it. Even though you've seen 1000s of berries in your life. I'm sure you've eaten many as well. But when you see one on a tree, then what happens you're attracted to you pull towards it. Okay, from this is

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the word German, which means to commit a crime. How that says though a person is driven to the crime. He is pulled towards that he doesn't even think he leaps towards it. He doesn't even give a thought and he just does it.

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So Allah says, Laya gimana come Don't let us put you in sin. What? Shanna Ernakulum in the enmity of a people that we're trying to earn is from sheep noon Hamza. Shani is one who keeps enmity in his heart for the other

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One who keeps enmity in his heart for the other. So don't let this enmity in your heart that you have for some people make you jump into sin. Make you commit sin immediately without you even thinking about it. Because Isn't this what happens if you don't like someone, you hate them in your heart? Then what happens? You don't even realize and you're so quick at passing judgments, you're so quick in saying words that are hurtful. Right? You're so quick in blaming them. So don't let this hatred make you commit sin. Which people are these? And why do you have this hatred for them? And so do Komal Masjid Al haram, that they stopped you from the muscular haram once upon a time they didn't

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let you come to the Harlem in order to perform or umbra. 1400 companions went with the Prophets all volunteers are not with the only intention to perform Umrah. And what happened there were some people who didn't let them do it. Who are those people?

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The machine of Makkah.

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They did not let the Muslims come in. And then there was back and forth until eventually the Treaty of today BIA was signed. Has it ever happened with you that you apply for ombre? You apply for hajj and you are refused?

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Or you apply for visa? You guys don't need visa. But you apply for visa? Maybe some of your relatives apply for visa, and they refused? How do you feel

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angry, like this is not fair. Especially when people's arrive visa is refused or HUD visa is refused. They're become so angry that the Saudis they're just sitting there making money, the issue you you don't know what they do. They have so much money, and they're this and they're this and they're this, and we start talking bad about them. Unfortunately, this is so common amongst Muslims, that they talk bad about people who are taking care of the huddle. Anything they do, whether it's good or bad, anything they do. The Muslims, they're so quick to saying negative things about them. They're so quick at passing judgments about them. Why? Just because you had one bad experience in

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the past, what bad experience you applied for visa to lead. So you were refused. Obviously, you are going to be refused. They have a certain number of people whom they can allow. You can't expect that everybody who wishes to go can go otherwise, people won't survive there, they'll die. Literally they'll die 1000s of people could die. Likewise, you didn't get your shots on time, so that you like all these people, they want you to take shots, they don't even know what's in these shots. And then you can't go for Onra you can't go for Hajj. There's just a way of making more money.

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If they're expanding the Haram they're making it possible for more people to come and worship Allah subhanaw taala over there again people have a problem with that. People have a problem with everything that the caretakers of the home do.

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Allah subhanaw taala says Laya dreamin No Come Shanna Coleman on Sudoku Manuel, Masuda, Harami and Tartu. And by the way, I mean, the wish to kina Maka prevented the Muslims from coming. These are Muslims, and they're not preventing the Muslims from coming. They're only making it more possible for them. They're only making it more possible for them.

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And if these rules were not there, then the Muslims would be in more of a mess if they would go for hygiene umbra.

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So Landry Minako, if about someone who has prevented the Muslims from going to haram, Allah says, Don't let this take you to Antarctica do that you cross the limits, then about someone who's cooperating with you to come there? How can you transgress limits against them?

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What are transgressing limits against them? That you are unfair with them? You say that which is untrue, you go against the agreements that you've made with them. So for example, when the Muslims when they went for Ramallah the year after there were certain agreements that were made. So the Muslims have to observe that just because you hate them doesn't mean you don't follow the agreement that was made because Elfo will ruku fulfill all the covenants fulfill all the promises. Likewise, people get their visa, and they know they cannot go to a certain city in Saudi, but what do they do? They still go.

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They know that they have to leave by a certain date, but they don't leave.

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They break the rules. They break the commitments, they break the agreements, and what's the excuse? The Saudis don't know anything?

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I'm not saying this is talking about the Saudis. I'm just driving lessons from it that are practical for us that are relevant to our lives. So anyway, well, I remember Commissioner Coleman and so do command and muscle Harami and tartar do do not cross the limits because at hajj and umrah when a person goes for LA Rafa will have to Zook well I didn't fill Hutch there

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There is no fighting, no sexual conduct, no sin, no fighting when a person is at Hutch

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and the thing is that when you are there, many times there are opportunities to break into fights with people from the moment you land to the woman you exit.

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And the biggest complaint that people have these people don't know English. Well do you don't know Arabic? Whose fault is it your fault or their fault? What people's fault right? So anyway, people at the smallest things will pick fights with them.

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And this is unfair. This is not correct. Just because they have some imperfection doesn't mean that you can break the rules of Hajj. What are our normal video? Toccoa how beautiful Allah says cooperate in righteousness and piety. cooperate with each other? In what in bed Antiqua help one another. Darwin who is from Orion, well known, what does our own mean?

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What does our own mean? A yak and arugula er canister in what does our own mean? Help? Tao one is to help one another. It's when two people or two groups do parties, what are they doing? They're helping one another. Meaning they're cooperating with each other. They're assisting each other. So you should assist one another. You should cooperate one another in doing what I'll be what has been different types of good deeds. What Taqwa what is the what leaving what Allah subhanaw taala has forbidden.

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So cooperate with one another on these things? Well, Darwin while SP Willard one, and do not cooperate with each other over sin, and transgression. What is ism? ism is a reduction in Allah subhanaw taala has rights? And what is it with one in people's rights reduction in people's rights. So don't commit a sin neither against Allah, nor against people and do not help each other in committing such sins.

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cooperate with each other in doing good not in doing bad. When somebody is doing bad and they ask you for help, should you help them?

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No, you should not. For example, if somebody wants to go for ombre, they don't have a mohawk. So they asked your brother, can you be my mom. And we'll just make up some fake documents, you will just write that to my brother. Just because we happen to have the same last name. We'll pretend that we are brother and sister. And we can go for HUD your own blog together. Is that correct? No. This is their own URL isn't? Well, it was one. So don't do that. And this is related to hedge and also outside of hedge otherwise, as well.

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If somebody asks your help in doing something wrong, we should not help them. Example

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that it is somebody's fault. They are guilty. But they ask you to please lie for them that say that you never did it. This is what Darwin Phil isn't cheating in exam. Is that okay? No, it's not okay. Or pretending that it is reading your test paper so that everybody behind you can see it.

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Is that okay? No, are writing something on the hand. And then just sitting like this, so that your friend who's sitting here can read off of your hand? Yeah, you know better the ways of cheating. I'm not blaming, I'm just saying that I'm sure you've heard of different ways through which people cheat. So if somebody asks you for help in an exam, or let's say they ask you, if they can borrow your assignment so that they can quickly copy it down. They can copy all the answers, should you help them and they say, Come on, you're supposed to help me This is knowledge. You can't be hiding knowledge from me.

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Is that help? Tao national Islam Allah has forbidden us from doing that. Other ways in which people cooperate with each other in wrong. The thing is, that one person cannot commit wrong by himself alone. He needs other people's cooperation. For example, Xena

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I'm not talking about *. I'm talking about Xena. Can a man commit Zina with a woman unless and until she agrees? No, he can't. So when she has cooperated only then he can do it. The river interest can one person take interest unless and until the other agrees to give it no.

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He can't. So while at our no URL is me well, or the one don't do that don't cooperate in sin and transgression. What the Kola and fear Allah in the lush needed to record indeed Allah is Severe in penalty, observe all this out of Allah subhanaw taala sphere because if you sin, and even if the entire creation is supportive of you, is helping you is assisting you backing you can that save you from Allah's punishment? Never. Because sometimes we think that look, I'm being helped. I'm being assisted everybody

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supporting me, for example, a woman says, you know, I'm taking my hijab off and my parents are so supportive, my friends they're so accepting. So this is something that I should be doing.

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No, even if the entire world is backing you up to commit a sin you should still not do it what duckula Because in the lush needed record here severe in penalty let's listen to the recitation

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long I should be going on.

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So we have been taught to cooperate in good things not in bad things.

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What are some ways of cooperating with others in good things?

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bringing people to let's say the masjid to a class giving them a ride. That's the Arwen Philbin. So for example, cleaning up after the class after people have left the masjid after throwing prayers, if they've asked for volunteers then cooperating instead of counting the minutes and the hours, what else

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for example, helping in the household work, you see that somebody's doing something good, they are preparing food, so that everybody can break their fast wit so that they can send food to somebody else. So you also cooperate with them in that.

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And remember that when something is good, bit because bit is very vast, it's good, something that's beneficial for people. It could be something that is directly related to the deen and also indirectly. So for example, even if there are non Muslims doing something to benefit people, to benefit a certain group of people to remove their poverty to remove their ignorance to improve their condition, then should we cooperate with them in that respect? Yes, we should.

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But what's the excuse that we generally make? They're not Muslim. But we see that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did Darwin with non Muslims even when it came to bid. For example, when the prophets of Allah Allah sort of migrated from Mecca to Medina, there was a drought that hit Makkah, and the people were in a very terrible condition. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam it was requested and he sent some rations for them, he sent some food supplies for them.

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Likewise, in printable wastage, before the profit total orders and received prophethood there was a bag that certain tribes had made which was known as helful ferrule. And this was basically for the well being of the people who came to Makkah as visitors as pilgrims to the Prophet salallahu Salam participated in that and he said later on that I was present when a covenant was agreed upon in the house for our beloved and to learn, and I would not accept even a red camel in exchange of it.

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Had I been asked to uphold it even in the days of Islam, I would have agreed to do so. So if there is any good work, in which people are being educated, in which people are being made aware there how

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Have their finances, let's say anything that's good. That's beneficial. Should we cooperate in that? Yes, we should draw when we're ineligibility, what Toccoa wallet or when one is mutual or the one, but our ways have become the exact opposite. If there is a flyer for a class, then massage don't accept it.

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They say that no, we will only put fliers from our Masjid. We will only advertise our programs, not others.

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But if we do that isn't this Darwin Finn, very with Taqwa it is we have stopped cooperating with each other in good things. And we have started cooperating with each other in bad things, the exact opposite.

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In a hadith, we learned he who calls to guidance will earn a reward similar to the rewards of those who accept his goal until the day of resurrection without decreasing their rewards. And whoever calls do something wrong will carry a burden similar to the burdens of those who accept his call until the Day of Resurrection, without decreasing their own burdens. So when you help someone do something good, whether it is teaching them how to pray, whether it is giving them a hijab, so that they can pray properly, whether it is letting them do will do, so that they can go and pray in the masjid, any way in which you help someone do good, then when they do good, you get the reward for

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that as well.

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So this is a way of accumulating more rewards. This is why darwino And when it comes to Islam and or Diwan, not cooperating with each other. But like we see, for example, if children are doing something wrong, it's because their parents are cooperating with them. Or if the parents are doing something wrong many times it's the children who are forcing them to.

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For example, if there are certain clothes that you feel should not be worn, then who's taking the children to the mall and buying those clothes. Who's giving the money to the kids so that they can go to the movies? Who's doing that? This is the r1 Phil isn't and if you're asking your parents, the mom give me money, I want to go here I want to go there. And then if she doesn't give you you say Oh mom, you're so you don't trust me and you don't believe in me and you're so suffocating and you're so this and you're so that then you are encouraging her to commit sin as well.

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Sister she's wild. I think Robbie, she have short sleeves like that. And when

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when the turkeys finished I just told them to it's not allowed to do this one. She said Oh really? I thought it's short like that much I didn't know and after that she's covering all the time and she's so careful she's just wants to not drink she said I would this just short like that one. Not that much. But if I mean if something's to do good, don't be afraid just do them good manner and good way and inshallah if they she's following from now on you will get reward for it. And he will she will tell next person to her family. They said well, I heard this person saying that and which is they will keep falling. Yes. The first step is hard to say it but even he said inshallah very true.

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Because when you're saying it, you have this fear. What if they don't like what I tell them? What if they get upset? What if their mind? What if they yell at me? What if they humiliate me in public? What if they don't listen, it looks so bad. But you have to get over that you have to do it. And you never know, they might listen, they might accept and if they do, then imagine the reward that you're gonna get.

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Because they'll be able to follow the hook and then they will tell other people about it and like this knowledge will spread higher it will spread. So this is why it's so necessary to cooperate in good things. And this teaches us another thing that if somebody is telling us something good, then we should also cooperate.

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