Taimiyyah Zubair – Taleem al Quran 2012 – P11 110B Tafsir Al-Tawbah 107-110

Taimiyyah Zubair
AI: Summary © The history of Islam is discussed, including the spread of Islam among believers and the importance of protecting against Islam attacks. The segment discusses upcoming events and events, including a large gathering of Muslims at K annoya, a new Islamist group in Afghanistan, and a new Islamist group in the US. The importance of cleanliness, physical appearance, and avoiding washing oneself and leaving one's body in the condition of the body is emphasized. The conversation also touches on false intentions and negative consequences, including negative consequences for actions and actions that bring value.
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Lesson number 110 Surah Toba I in number 107 to 116.

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One Lavina and those people who it took her do they took meaning they made must didn't a masjid a mosque. For what purpose for worshipping Allah subhanaw taala No, they made this Masjid. Why? Lulu run to cause harm walk off run and in disbelief what a free icon and to create division banal macmini in between the believers and why else what it'll sodden and as a station for who Lehmann for the one who how Rob Allah Hawala Sula, who waged war against Allah and His messenger when men Pablo before in this idea, what is mentioned the incident of Masjid a little off.

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When the Prophet told a lot of sunnah migrated to Medina,

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there was a man by the name of a barometer of raw hip a Brahmin Allah, what does a Rohit mean? A monk. So basically, he was a very religious person who was respected for his religiosity. And he was not a pagan. He was not a mushrik. In the days of Jay helliya, he had accepted Christianity. So he was a Christian person. He was a Christian man, a monk, very religious, well known for his religiosity. People respected him a lot. And he was an Arab, he was from the tribe of coverage.

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Now what happened was that when the Prophet saw the laws and migrated, he came to Medina, he gave Dawa to everybody from the Yahoo to the pagans, everybody. Now this man also Abramoff Rohit, the Prophet sallallahu sallam, he invited him, recited the Quran before him, called him to Islam. But Allah Ahmed, he refused. He refused. He didn't accept Islam. Okay, let ECLA 15 There's no compulsion in religion, meaning you can't force a person to become Muslim if they don't want to.

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But this man, he was very angry. He became an enemy of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he became very miserable, basically, very upset, because before he was known as someone very religious people respected him. And now he was no longer a religious figure. Everybody was seeking guidance, advice from who Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam because he was not just a religious man, he was a prophet of Allah. So remember, the love and obey he was more like a political figure. He felt threatened from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Why? Because he felt that he was not respected anymore. He didn't have much authority in the political sense. This man had a problem. Why? Because

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he was a religious leader, and he felt threatened.

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He didn't accept and what our beloved obey, he accepted Islam outwardly. All right, and he secretly plotted and planned to harm the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Muslims, this man openly oppose the Prophet sallallahu

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In Medina, he did that when it didn't work when all of his people were becoming Muslim and going to the Prophet salallahu Salam, and he was left basically on his own. He didn't accept Islam. What happened? After the prophets of Allah, Islam was victorious at the Battle of better this man, he just went crazy. Basically, he was really angry. So he left Medina. He couldn't stay there anymore. He left Medina and he went to Makkah. And he tried that somehow the Arabs would wage war against the prophets. Allah is Allah. You know, in in Syria, we learn these people came fought the Muslims, these people came out the Muslims. Why? Because there was always someone inciting them, somebody or

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the other. So why we learned that the hood went to Makkah and incited the Mushrikeen several times. This man also went to Makkah and incited the Arabs that he said the Battle of hurt. This fan had a big hand behind it. He went to Makkah incited the Arabs against the prophets of Allah, Islam, the Muslims. So what happened? And I heard he came with the machete keen. Okay, he came with the machete cane, and he called the unsought. He said, Come on, you know, we are, you know, the same people and this man, Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, you know, leave him abandon him. Why are you with him? But obviously, the unsought, they didn't pay any attention to this man. So Abram and he got very upset,

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very furious, and he is the one who dug holes in the battlefield, one in which the Prophet salallahu Salam even fell during the battle, and he got severely injured. So this is the man who did that.

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Anyway, after he was a little happy, but he

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He was not satisfied. He didn't stay in Medina, he kept far from the prophets of Allah Islam because he hated him. But he tried many different times to harm the prophets of Allah, Islam and the Muslims. When the prophets of Allah said, I'm conquered Makkah, this man, a Brahmin, he escaped to five, he ran away to life. But what happened after the conquest of Makkah, the Prophet salallahu Salam went where

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which battle was fought you learned about in the sutra, the Battle of her name? Remember, the tribes of powers in Socrative? Right? So basically, it was also taken, this guy's like, where do I go? He couldn't avoid Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, I mean, whoever he joined, ended up being with the prophets of Allah. So eventually, what happened after the conquest of Makkah, soon after that, he headed towards a sham, the land of the Christians, and he wanted to incite them against the Muslims. And it has said that it is because of his activities that the Romans were preparing against the Muslims. So the Battle of the book or the expedition to the book also was mainly because of who this

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guy is to blame.

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But when he had it to Sham, he sent messages to the people in Medina, which people, his people meaning his tribesmen, all right, so the answer, and there were 12 people in particular, whom he influenced a lot. And he said to them, Look, I'm coming back to Medina and I'm going to bring with myself Romans, I have their support, I'm Christian, they will support me, I'm coming back. And he asked Muhammad salallahu Salam, he has conquered Makkah, he has a lot of power in Medina, but we're going to come and finish everything, but I need your help and support.

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And he said, I want you to make a masjid show that it's a masjid where people are coming to pray. But it's not actually built for the purpose of prayer. It's built why so that you can you know, plot and plan against the Muslims and you know, keep connected with me. Why so that, you know, we can do all of this under the name of a masjid, but no Muslim will ever doubt us. Right? They will say, Okay, it's much people are going over there. They're just praying together, but we're not going to be praying over there. We're going to be plotting against the Prophet SAW without us. And this is where we're going to collect arms. This is where I'm going to send my people. This is where they're

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going to come and stay. So this is going to be basically a hub where we're going to decide all of our affairs and then eventually attack the prophets all on seven the Muslims and take over Medina.

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Do you understand? This was his idea. So 12 men from the unsalted they were influenced, these were hypocrites. And what did they do? They built a masjid not inside Medina outside closer to Koba. Number masjid, Koba. The first Masjid that was built when the Prophet saw the walls and migrated to Medina, all right, he stopped at Koba. He built a masjid over there, stayed there for a couple of days prayed over there from Monday to Friday. And then the Prophet salallahu Salam went inside Medina and over there must be the number was built. All right. So this was very close to Cuba. These men African, they went to the Prophet salallahu Salam and they said, you know, we really need a

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masjid another Masjid because you know, there's so many people, and it's difficult for people to go to the masjid Koba or Medina when it's raining when it's dark. So it will be very easy if we have another Masjid. Now, this was something that was quite common in the sense that there were people who would have to walk to the masjid Rasulullah Salallahu Salam, and then when it was rainy, it was muddy, it was difficult for them. So for example, we learned about this one companion or event Allah who aren't who he had very weak eyesight. When the weather was not suitable, he would find it very difficult to go to the masjid. So he requested the prophets of Allah Listen, that please come pray

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in my house. And you know, my house will be like a masjid for me and the people who live close by whenever it's difficult for us to go there. So the prophets are walsim would do that he would go there pray there. And then from that point onwards, that place will be taken as a masjid and there are many such masajid all around Medina. So these when Africa and they said, We can do the same thing, and he wouldn't have any idea and we can run all of our activities secretly, and the Muslims will have no clue whatsoever. So they made the masjid and they went to the Prophet salallahu Salam and they said, Could you please come and offer prayers over here? Because when you will pray here,

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then we will take this place as a masjid you know, it will be a source of baraka and so on and so forth. The prophets of Allah son was about to leave for the book. He said, I'm busy right now, when I returned from the book, I'll stop by at Kuba and then I will pray in your Masjid.

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But what happened? On the return journey from the book when the prophets Allah Lawson was a little far away from Medina, these ayat were revealed. You're not

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allowed to pray in that masjid, this Masjid is going to be demolished, because it's only a show of piety of righteousness. In reality, there's something else going on over here. They're showing that they're doing a very virtuous act under the banner of Islam. But in reality, they're doing something completely different, which is going to harm Muslims and Islam more than it's going to benefit them.

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And this man of Ramadan, he was known as a raw hip. But because of all of these activities that he was doing, he was known later as a blinded unfasten

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Abramoff unfasten, just like Abuja, hill he was known as I will have come before the Father of wisdom. And he became the father of ignorance of where I'm at Allah hit the pious, the righteous became Uber, Ahmed al fossick, the sinner, because his righteousness was not genuine, it was not sincere. If you really worshipped Allah subhanaw taala, he would have supported the prophets all along, he would have some kind of, you know, dignity, even in his opposition, the enemies of the prophets, that a lot of them they can be divided into two types of people, one group of those who oppose the Prophet sallallahu sallam, but they stoop to very cheap and really bad ways, in

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opposition. So they would mock at him, they would call him names, they fought against him and so on and so forth. But there were this other group of people who disbelieve in the Prophet sallallaahu Salam, but the still had some level of dignity, right? They didn't resort to cheap ways in opposition to the Prophet sallallahu sallam. This man What did he do? He resorted to very terrible ways in opposition to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam right? So he became from a raw hip to Alpha ASIC. And you know, this man olam it his son, was the companion of the Prophet salatu salam hon Lola Ile de la Horne, and you know who he was.

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He was the one who when he was martyred, he was actually in the state of Geneva, because he was in the state of Geneva, but the muscles are waiting the battle so he went quickly. He went immediately. He didn't even have time to take a bat. So he went, and he was martyred. And you know what happened? The Prophet saw this and saw that he was being bathed by the angels. The rosegal Mala Erica, he is called. He is the one who said one day nerf alcohols, Allah, I have become a hypocrite because he felt that I am different when I'm in the company of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and I feel different when he's not around me. So imagine what a great companion he was, who died as a martyr,

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but his father

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and fasted the sinner. So Allah says, When Lavina Taha who Masjid them there are and those people who made the masjid the law, the law is to infect dollar on the other to inflict harm on the other. They built the masjid not to benefit the community, but to do what to harm the community, what Coughlin not with a man but with disbelief, what the fear can and to create division Falk, dividing banal movement in between the believers, because when they were building this masjid, so close to Cuba, what was going to happen now, the number of people who attended Kuba would reduce automatically right, it would have an effect on the people who attended that Masjid. So, the free

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icon division, banal Momineen what it is saw that it sought from the root letters ra slots that are offered we have read the word Mossad earlier a place where person lies in wait for the other watching for the prey to come to that as soon as it comes he can attack so Ill father refers to what to sit and observe and observation post surveillance base. So this was going to be an Assad meaning a station for who Lehmann heard of Hola, hola, Sula, woman, Kabul, for the one who waged war against Allah and His messenger before meaning for who? Whose station was this mustard going to be? Which guy? What was his name? A barometer?

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of where I'm at because he sent word right make this mushes I'm gonna come join you. We're going to run all our activities in this Masjid. People won't doubt us because it's supposed to be a masjid and we will have everything planned out and then we're going to attack the Muslims. Allah says Allah Khalifa and surely they will definitely swear in Alladhina illan husana We only intended who's now good, we have good intentions they will swear to you will Allah We assure you in the home locale they won't. Allah bears witness that indeed these people are liars.

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Now many times that happens that you see someone doing something that's apparently good.

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Apparently good, even if it's something like opening a masjid creating a Muslim organization, but you're not comfortable or you begin doubting their intentions and these days really people doubt at

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Everybody, they don't trust anyone, unfortunately. What do we see over here? Look for four things. Is it going to be little? Is it going to harm the Muslims? Or is it going to benefit the Muslims?

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Is it going to harm Islam? Or is it going to benefit the cause of Islam?

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Secondly, Cofer, is it promoting gopher? Is it promoting Amen. The people who are putting this together? And what's the level of their Eman? What's their Eman? Like what's their annual like? Are they known for their piety for their obedience for their salah? Or are they known for their sins and so on and so forth? What COFRA? Thirdly, the frick, is it going to create unity amongst the Muslims? Or is it going to split the community? Because sometimes what happens people they get upset with the Muslim organization that we're working with them they weren't listened to. So what do they say? We'll leave you we're going to start our own thing. So the start their own thing, now the community

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is divided.

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But don't think that the opening of every muscle is going to create division amongst the Muslims. Sometimes there's really a need to have multiple massage to have multiple centers, you know, that are helping the Muslims. Right? On what I'll do, though, on who he had this rule, that no Masjid should be built in a place that will cause the roles of the present Masjid to be reduced, meaning the attendance will become less in the first Masjid.

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Sometimes what happens is that there are two massages on the same road on the same street. But both are serving different purposes. All right, they're serving different purposes, the presence of one does not affect the other. In fact, it's only strengthening the Muslim community because now you have more places, more services. All right. So for example, one Masjid holders Jamara at 230 and the other Masjid holdest Jamar at 130. Now the people have a choice if they can make it for 130 Make it if they can't make it for 130 At least they can join the 231 Masjid offers a hutzpah in Arabic the other mustard offers a hit by an English for example. You're serving more people. This is not

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dividing, splitting the community. This is just helping the community. This is what the free people are going to be divided. They're going to be like we're better than you. Our mustard is better than yours. Were doing a better job than you to free can. Fourthly, the fourth thing that's mentioned over here is it's going to be a station for who who's going to be strengthened those who support Allah and His messenger the cause of a slap. No, it saw the lemon heard of Hola Hola, sola woman kappa. So these are four things that we need to look for. If we ever have doubts about someone, and we don't see any of these things and please trust your Muslim brothers and sisters. Allah says

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Allah, the comfy Abba, you're never standing in it. The Prophet sallallahu said I'm not allowed to stand in that Masjid.

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Instead, Allah says le Masjid on surely a masjid or Sisa It was founded from Hamza seen seen it is to lay the foundations. So the masjid whose foundations were laid upon what Allah Taqwa on Taqwa on the fear of God men on one a Yeoman from the first day, which must have is this being referred to Koba the mustard of Oba Allah says that is a helpful more deserving and Tacoma fee that you stand there and pray because praying in mustard, Kuba equals how much reward

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how much reward are Omaha Omaha and the prophets have a lot of them regularly used to go to Cuba to pray over there sometimes walking sometimes on his mount he would go there Allah says that mustard deserves more that you stand in it and why else because fee Hedy Jalan in it are men meaning people, the people who go to that masjid or who you have buena eight have a how do they love to purify themselves? They love to keep clean Wallah who your humble Matata hidden and Allah loves those people who keep clean. What kind of cleanliness is this?

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Spiritual, okay, but not just spiritual, even physical because of the whole shutdown. Iman cleanliness is a big chunk of faith is half a faith. So they love to keep themselves clean. And in particular, what is being referred to over here is that they wash themselves with water. You see the Arabs, they had very little water, which is why we see there are three ways of cleaning yourself after you use the restroom. One is the smell to just wipe oneself, wipe oneself with what the Arabs used to use cloths of clay, alright or like for example a rock or something, you just wipe yourself dry, you remove the filth, the other is that you use water. And these are all valid ways. The second

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way is that you use water only. And the third is that you combine between

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is detrimental meaning you wipe yourself and you wash yourself. So what did they do? The people of Cuba? They were wipe and wash themselves how particular are we about our clothes? Right? That they should be completely clean. They were more concerned about the hara, that there should be no no Jessa no filth on our bodies. fee to gel on your hipbones aka Tata huddle will love your hibel Matata. Allah loves Mata hating, Allah loves those people who keep themselves clean. So if we want to earn the love of Allah, then while we're very concerned about the cleanliness of our clothes and the perfection of our makeup, we should also pay close attention to the actual shahada of our body,

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which is removing the Jassa the filth properly washing ourselves after using the bathroom correctly, you know, the people will be punished in the grave. One of the major reasons will be what

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one of the major reasons will be what not being careful about the splashes of urine.

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You know that this will be the most common cause of punishment in the grave not being careful about the splashes of urine. So Wallah, you have bull Mata hidden Allah loves those people who clean themselves likewise will do about certain people it's mentioned in the Quran that angels take them, meaning take their souls at the time of death while there are by you being they're clean, they're good. And they say at the time of death that come out or pure soul who was in a pure body. Cleanliness is so important. If you think about it, when Allah subhanaw taala commanded Ibrahima and his son, and his son is married, or they sent him to build the masjid to build the muscular haram,

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the Kaaba.

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One of the commands that he gave them was what an Bucha Hera Beatty. clean my house, keep it clean, purify it, for who, for those who come and worship Allah subhanaw taala in the masjid, cleanliness, does it have importance in our religion? The huddle, does it so much so that if you think about it, your hands maybe perfectly clean your face? Maybe clean? But before you pray, you are required to wash yourself up? Isn't that amazing? What does it show the importance of cleanliness? cleanliness of the body? All right, cleanliness of thinking, cleanliness of clothes, even right, cleanliness of the house, if you think about it with regards to the body, let's start with the body cleanliness of

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the body. What does that include?

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What does that include? Washing yourself up, right? So that if there's any impurity on your body, you remove that. Likewise, if there's any unnecessary here, and especially in the pubic areas, what is an obligation on every Muslim man and woman? Should he just leave them? Should she just leave them? What is their obligation that they must get rid of them, they must remove them it is of the actions of fitrah to get rid of hair in the armpit and hair in the pubic areas, right? It's of the actions of fitrah. In fact, we are not allowed to leave ourselves in that condition for more than 40 days. You know that you cannot leave here in these areas on your body. Beyond 40 days you have to

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remove them. This is an Islamic obligation on us.

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Right? So body, likewise, after menstruation, taking a VAT after the state of Geneva, taking a bath right? Taking a bath on Friday for men is an obligation right? Washing yourself up first thing in the morning doing will do performing Salah is an obligation before going to sleep sleeping in a clean state in the state of blue that is also highly recommended. Isn't that so think about it, the body even the prophets of Allah Islam he used to love to clean his mouth so much that he would say that if it was not difficult for my ummah, I would have made it necessary for the people to do miswak right. So we see that physical cleanliness has so much importance in our religion. Now after

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the body, let's move on to the clothes.

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What about them? You know wear the same or via over and over and over again. Even if it's stinky and smelly. You know there's a stain somewhere yeah, quickly just take it and clean that part off even if the rest of the job is stinky and smelly. Is that how we should be no. Wearing clean clothes? Because you know what? When a person goes to the masjid when a person goes to worship Allah even if he's standing in his home, then who's close to him?

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angels, angels come close to him right the angels of Mercy

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And the angels get annoyed by the same things that people get annoyed by. And this is the reason why the prophets are lawless and prohibited that people should come to the masjid after eating raw garlic and onion such things because they will have bad breath. And that will be a cause of annoyance for the angels.

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And, you know, some scholars that were even of the opinion that it is not allowed for people to pass wind in a masjid.

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fast wind, come on, you should know that. I'm trying to be polite over here. So they said it's not permissible for a person to do that in the masjid. Why? Because the smell is a cause of annoyance for people. And also for who, for the angels who are over there. So then how can we think that it's okay for us to wear a smelly hijab, a smelly jacket, a jacket that smells of onions and food, because we don't like to open our windows when we're cooking. So it's okay if our house stinks of food and our clothes, smell of food, all right. And God forbid if somebody come to our house, and then they have to go outside with their clothes, smelling the other day, we went to this restaurant

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and oh my god, my jacket, it stunk for like a week, I couldn't wear it. I could not wear it, I have to leave it outside hanging for so long. Because it was so smelly. The food, you know, it just got into it. And sometimes it happens when you go to people's houses. Right? That we are so focused on just eating that we don't realize how smelling it is. And the smell is getting into our clothes and other people are getting offended by that smell. Right? Likewise in winter, we go outside our bias especially especially what happens to them at the bottom.

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You know, all the salt stains, right? And we keep wearing the same or via over and over. And we go to the masjid and we pray and what happens when we go down into such that, that our baya is coming in the face of the person who's standing behind you? Come on? Would you like to put your forehead on something that's so dirty? No. So what's the difficulty Alhamdulillah we have washing machines that are so easy to just have to press a few buttons, literally, you don't need to hand wash stuff and dry it, you know, hang it. And so you just have to use machines, how difficult is it but still we become lazy.

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So cleanliness of the body cleanliness of the clothes, after cleanliness of the clothes, cleanliness of the place that we live in also, right, the place that we are at, in a hadith, we learn that angels do not come to a house, a place where there is urine.

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So this is why the prophets of Allah Edison forbade people from doing urine in a bowl. Because in those days, there were no built in toilets within the houses. So what people would do is they would have a bolt or something. And if they had to urinate they were doing and then whenever they'd go out somewhere that would spill it, but for some time that you're in would just be sitting in the house, you know, in the corner or somewhere the profits or loss and did not allow that.

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But what happens, sometimes we use the toilet, we don't bother to even go like this.

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Really? How difficult is it to move your fingers two inches stone with a little bit of pressure? Do you have to fill a bucket of water and dump it into the toilet? Do you have to do that? No, all we need to do is just go like this.

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I don't know what happens though. We become too lazy at that time. So we leave the urine inside the toilet. Sometimes we don't children to be careful to what happens. There's urine splashes everywhere. We're careless about these matters. And these are very serious matters. Right? So cleanliness of the place. Likewise, think about it the bed that we sleep on, right? The carpet that we do such the on the floor that we're standing on the house that we're living in the stairs, we go up and down. Are they clean? Or the stinky and they're dirty? When is it that we clean our houses? Typically

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when people are coming over

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who was more important than people angels are for

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Angels of mercy, who are going to come and witness your prayer. They deserve more other because Allah subhanaw taala calls them Killam and angels that are noble.

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So I'm not saying don't clean your house the next time somebody comes over do that. But clean your house otherwise also.

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And cleanliness, especially removing filth, removing the Jessa impurities. Alright, so Allah loves people who are Mata Hain who clean themselves and if a person remembers this

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Allah loves people who keep clean, then it will become easy to keep ourselves clean. Right? You know, sometimes children, they don't want to take a bath.

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Mother's you know what I'm talking about, right? Or you're like, Come on, Let's brush your teeth, and they run away.

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All right. So this is one thing that we can tell them. You know, Allah loves people who clean themselves, who clean themselves. Don't tell them I will love you. And your friends will love you and your teacher will be so happy with you. Your hair looks so nice today. Who cares about teachers who cares about friends and children don't

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make them feel that if you clean yourself, Allah will love you. Allah will love you. So will love who you are humble mocha hittin kindness of the body to the kindness of the heart, at every level because Allah loves those people who keep clean. Allah says, If a man is then who assessor he laid foundation Banyana who have his building, Allah upon Taqwa fear, when Allah He of Allah, he laid the foundation of his building on what? What was the foundation, duck Wah Minh Allah, the fear of Allah. Secondly, what is learning and approval whose approval, Allah's approval, his building, and building over here doesn't just refer to a building like a physical, tangible building, but it can also refer

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to any endeavor, any goal that a person says for himself, and he starts doing it any action. What's the reason behind that? It's founded on the fear of Allah and striving to gain His approval. That's the objective of the status that he is performing. Allah says, Is he a siren? Is he better? Um, or man who? Assessor he laid foundation banana who of his building? Allah upon shefa edge shefa from the root letters, Sheen, fat? Well, what comes to your mind when you hear this word?

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Cefa thing? What are they? Lips, alright, so it's like edge of your mouth. So shefa edge jounal fin Juru. From the root letters. Jim Rafa, giraffe is basically Clif or a bank. Right? I want you to think about, let's say, a lake. All right. And the bank is let's say Rocky. So lots of rocks. Okay? And what happens, the water keeps coming in hitting against the rocks against the pebbles against the sand. So what happens over time? That at the top, it seems like those rocks are very firm. But when you look down, you see that there's a big hello, right? Why? Because when water continues to flow, right or hit against a place, what happens at the top, it remains the same, but from the

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bottom becomes empty. So what will happen if you stand at such a ground? What will happen? If you stand on such rock? What will happen? With a little bit of pressure? You'll go down with it. Right? Think about it like this. You saw lots of snow, right? And then you saw people shoveling their driveways and lots of snow piled up on the sides. But what happens as the snow melts, what happens? You see that it's there at the top, but from the inside, it's all melted. So what happens when you step on it? Your foot goes down immediately. Why? Because it's hollow from the bottom. So this is what Judo fin is June of such a bank such a cliff, that's hollow mean, there's nothing underneath

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it. It's very weak, it's not stable at all. And it's heading heading. What does it mean one that is about to fall, but he was so cooped, when that is about to fall. So one is a person who constructs his building on the foundation of fear of God and seeking His approval. And the other is a person who constructs his building on the edge of a cliff that is about to collapse. So when he will construct his building, what will happen? Fun *, I'll be here if it's about to fall, you will just step on it and what's gonna happen, it's gonna fall with him fanatee Jahannam in the fire of * will Allahu Lai Docomo blindly mean and Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people do types of

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people are mentioned over here

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A right people are performing different different actions depending on what their goals are.

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But actions, they're based upon what in normal are MaryLu beneath, if the intention is sincere, if the intention is good, then whatever action that is done that is performed based on that intention, will it have value? Will it mean something? Yes, it can have a lot of value. So much so, that remember the story of the prostitute woman, right, who gave water to a thirsty dog

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good intention, small action, but this action will take her where to Jenna will bring her what? Allah's forgiveness. good intention, small action, so meaningful, so powerful, so strong. And on the other hand, if the foundation is weak, if the foundation is not correct, then even if you build a mansion on top, what's going to happen to that huge, massive structure?

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It's going to go down, it's gonna finish, it's not going to bring you any benefit. Right? If you think about it, any kind of action that you do, whether it's worldly religious, you know, something related to money, food, anything that you do, you have to start good. The base has to be good, because of the base is not good. No matter what you do afterwards, it's not going to work out. Right? Like, for example, if you're cooking some food. All right. And let's say you're making something that's Pakistani Indian. All right. And the first step is that you have to fry the onions. If you don't fry the onions, you burn the onions. What are you going to get?

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What are you going to get? Food that has a dark, weird color, and has a weird taste to it? It's not going to be nice, right? The base has to be good. If you're cooking a sauce, right? And you didn't cook out the flour properly. What are you going to get? What are you going to get? Weird kind of sauce that has no thick consistency. It's not together, watery here and thick here. It has no flavor, the flavors have not mixed properly. Correct. So any action, it success depends on what the base how it began, how it started, why you started doing it. So what do we learn over here? If the intention is the fear of Allah, meaning a person doesn't really out of the fear of Allah, and he's

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doing this in order to make Allah happy with him, then even a little bit of action will be good in sha Allah, it will go far. But if the foundation is weak, it's based on the intentions I've mentioned over here. They're all on what Ghufron what the fleet combined, meaning what you saw the limb and how to Billa solo and Cobble, then what's going to happen, no matter what a person does, it's not going to bring any benefit to a person. In fact, it's going to bring him only ruin, because fun how to be Finetti Jahannam that apparently righteous action is going to take him where to hellfire, apparently righteous action. Don't we learn about people who will be questioned on the Day

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of Judgment, the first people who are going to be questioned one of them is going to be Oh, someone who used to read the Quran, right? And Allah subhanaw taala is going to remind him of the many blessings that Allah gave him. And Allah will ask him, What did you do? And he will say, I learned your book and I recited it.

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Allah will say that you are lying. You didn't do it for my sake, you did it so that you would be called a reciter. So you were called a reciter. You got your fame. And now you've got nothing so that person will be taken to hellfire.

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Imagine what an amazing public image the construction of the building the outward appearance very beautiful, very glittery, very glamorous, very amazing. So much so that people praised him. But because the foundation is not correct, it is weak. Then this action is going to take a person to hellfire. It was done to show off it was not done with sincerity. Then this apparently righteous action is going to take this same person into hellfire. What do we learn from this island?

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What is it that we really really need to work on? Huh? The intentions? Why am I doing this? What do I want from it?

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What do I want from it? Is it just the praise of people? Is it just

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so that I can also be one of such and such people. So that even I can have lots of followers even I can have lots of likes, likes likes, is that the goal? Is that the objective?

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What a week objective? Because it's not going to bring anything. Layers Allah, Allah says layers Aaloo What does Lamin know via Zelo. It will cease layers, it will never cease meaning it will always remain, it will always continue what banana when they're building, meaning this building this Masjid that these people constructed must you'll draw, it will always remain this Masjid Allah de that which Bonneau they constructed, it will always be Z button feel Kulu be him. Reba is from the root letters, letters. Raw. Yeah. But what does that mean? Doubt. So this Masjid that they build apparently righteous action, it will always create doubt in their hearts forever. It will be a

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source of doubt and confusion in their lives, rebirth and fuchal will become INLA except meaning up until under Katara Kulu boom that their hearts are caught up. This is referring to their death who Allah who are leaving her cave and Allah is Knowing and wise. Basically, what is being said here is that this action of theirs of constructing a masjid, in the name of her SNA, but in reality for evil purposes, this is going to be a source of doubt for them forever. It is going to be a source of NIFA for them forever, meaning they will remain on nofap until they die. The people who build this Masjid are going to remain on hypocrisy until they die. Because if someone can go to such great lengths of

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building a masjid, for evil purposes, lying to the prophets of Allah is Allah know for them now basically. So they're going to continue like this until they die. Will Allah who are Lehmann, Hakeem, and Allah is Knowing and wise. So basically, after their hypocrisy has reached such an extent, now it's not going to, and they're going to remain like this. These when I feel pain, and it happened. There were people who did Toba, who had committed certain sins, but because they were genuine in their apology, they felt guilt and remorse. What happened? Allah subhanaw taala granted and tofield and they completely changed. But these Munna 15 Who lied to the Prophet sallallahu

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Sallam build this Masjid in the name of righteousness, plotting against the Muslims behind the scenes, their hypocrisy is never going to go away now, you know, like we learned earlier also for our Cobra, whom never confused Kulu be him Illa yo mele kono. So as a result of their breaking promises with Allah what happened? Hypocrisy will remain in their hearts until the day that they meet him meaning until the day they die, they will now die in this state.

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So what do we see over here, that there are certain actions, certain evil intentions, bad intentions that can have such an effect on a person that it's very, very difficult to go back? It's very difficult to go back to reverse the damage that has been caused. So this action, this evil action, in reality, what did it do? It damaged their hearts. So now, their hearts will remain damaged until they die. Until the day that they meet Allah, their hypocrisy is never going to finish.

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I just have a question. Someone was telling me that they clicked a link that said Islamism and a bunch of negative things. And when they clicked, it was all positive things about a slab. Since they started off with like a lie. Would that be like, it's deception? Still, right? I mean, you could write something else that is a source of attracting people. But don't lie. Right? Because many times it happens that people are saying something. But in reality, they're doing something different. That is deception. What do we learn about them? When African you hold your own? Allah will Lavina Amanu. Right. So even if the objective is good, can we use deceit? No. Deceit is something that does not

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benefit a believer, right? Because once if somebody finds out that you lied to them next time, are they going to believe you? Even children know better? Right? You tell them once they come here, I'll give you a candy then you never give it to them. Next time. Will they come to you?

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They've learned their lesson. They're not going to trust you again. Right? So we see that the moon African, they're built the masjid saying that, Oh, we're doing something so good, but in reality, they weren't doing something good. So we have to keep away from

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such deceit. Let's listen to the recitation of these verses

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see if a person is doing something that's apparently good, right, but with a corrupt intention, a bad intention. It's quite possible that for some time they get their fame. They become successful in whatever they want to do. But what is the ultimate results? What do we learn over here? Fun? *, I'll be Finetti Johanna. Right? Eventually, it's going to collapse with him in hellfire. It's like if the foundations are weak. And if a person says nevermind, and you still construct a building over there, okay? It may last for a year for two years for three years. But what's going to happen eventually, what's going to happen? The foundation is going to become weak, weak, weak until the

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building is going to collapse. Right? So anything that you want to do? What is the first step? What is the first step?

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Choose the right location? All right. Why? Because that is going to be your foundation. So the foundation better be good, it better start good with sincere intentions. And even if it's very difficult, seemingly impossible, seemingly impossible, but you put your heart and soul into it, rely upon Allah and ask him for lead. Ask him for blessing for success. Believe me, you will be amazed by the results. You know, this building when it was first purchased, right? Alhamdulillah many people were like, Oh, what are they going to do with this building so big. And I remember when chef Yasir qadhi, he came to visit and he said, may this building be so full that it become small for you?

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And Al Hamdulillah? We see that ultimately, right? Well, you're experienced that yourself, you wish sometimes that the cafeteria was slightly bigger, right? Or the washrooms were slightly bigger. So what happens? You give your best when you begin something with the Wakulla, or the law with hope in Allah fear of Allah, only depending upon him purely for his pleasure. And Allah will put blessing in it. Say something.

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Oh, my God, I was just thinking of those people who start something with pure intentions. And I was reminded of those who compiled like the books of Hadees. And how we still have that and how they only accepted like so he had these and they went to great lengths to accept to compile the Hadith and we still have it and read it today. And I was thinking of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him how we know like every aspect of his life and we don't know anyone else's life like that and how like all these pop stars and everyone will be forgotten just in a few years, but he will never be forgotten ever. And that reminds me of the first color

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exception of Hadith you know what that book was the first collection first book that was compiled

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by Imam Malik Malik he compiled them with Bill and Melinda is from water which means to trample right to go over something. So basically he called that book Malta because he went through the Hadith over and over again checking checking authentic or not authentic or not like you've rigorously examined the authenticity of those Hadith. So anyway, when he compiled what

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there were many people who started writing once

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you understand because if somebody does something good new and it picks up and everybody is talking about it, then what happens? Everybody starts doing the same thing.

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So so many more papers came out. So somebody asked him a magic that Don't you wonder sometimes if there's so many worthless coming out who's gonna know which one's yours? And what if yours is forgotten and you know, the multiples that others have written their carry on? And he said Matt can only Lehi bulkier what is done for Allah shall remain shall remain. And it's amazing that today we have motha in English translation, I mean, there are so many books whose English translation you will not find, but what is one of the books was English translation, you will find

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mechanically Lehi Bucky bumpier because the foundation is strong right? So it will not collapse. It will remain but if the foundation is weak, then give it a day or two and call us finished.

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