039 – Kids Class Hadith Part 4

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hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen

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wa salatu salam ala Abdullah, who are solely Nabina Muhammad Ali, he will suck me edge mine.

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We're going to be doing another Hadith today. And this is going to be our last Hadith class before we move on to a different topic. Because we don't stay in our class on one topic for too long. We do every few classes and then we change to a different topic. So till today inshallah will be our last topic about Hadith. I'm just going to move this microphone slightly because I do think that maybe the girls can't hear me so well.

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Let's try that. Am I better? So, we have our last Hadith today for the time being. And this highlights a bit of a long Hadith, but it's very, very important.

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This hadith was narrated by a companion his name was a normal man ignore Bashir.

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And what's amazing about a northern man is that when the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam was alive, he was only a small boy, he was a young, a young boy.

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He wasn't, he was from the young Sahaba while the Allahu Anhu. So the first lesson I want you to take from this hadith is that even when you are very young, you can do a lot to benefit Islam.

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And not a man even Bashir was not an old companion. He was one of the young companions and he narrated a hadith it's one of the most important Hadith in Islam.

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He narrated under Normanni Bashir, he was a Sahabi and his dad was a Sahabi as well. Uh, he was a companion, and his dad was also a companion.

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His dad was also a companion.

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He narrated that he heard the Prophet salallahu early, you will send them say

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he heard the prophets lie Selim say the following words in Valhalla Bayonne. Were in the Haram, the Yin.

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So we're going to take the Heidi little bit by little bit, okay, you guys with me? A little bit by a little bit.

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The halaal is clear. And the Haram is clear.

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So let me start with a really simple question.

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What is halal? And what does haram mean? What does Halal mean? And what does haram mean? There's lot of ways you can answer this question so we're going to hear from different people I'm really sorry to the girls I really have to apologize today for the girls who came again we could not manage to get your questions come in or your answers coming into my ear live so we have to ask the girls to ask among themselves what do what do they think and then you see if you got the answer right when we hear some of the boys let's have a listen. Let's see we'll start from here yes

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You so you mentioned Allah's name. Okay.

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Okay, very good. So you mentioned an answer I think lots of people will be thinking about and that is halal meats. Yeah. So you for example, you have halal meat and you have haram meat, right? So halal meat is first of all, the animal has to be an animal that Muslims are allowed to eat. So what what animals are we allowed to eat just quickly?

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Chicken, okay, everybody likes chicken. Okay, sheep and the family of the sheep like sheep and goats and lamb and all that type of stuff. The cow and the family of the cow like the Buffalo and cow under these kinds of similar things. And what's the fourth one that we didn't mention?

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Turkey comes with chicken, chicken.

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under similar things like that

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yes moving What do you think

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that comes with the cow

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duck comes with the comes with the fowl and the birds could I want something completely different

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good fish per fish I was thinking about meats you're right about fish but fish is a different topic seafood is different topic but you're right about seafood. I was thinking about one complete type of animal you didn't mention until now. Camel

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So, we had the domesticated animals which we had

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chicken and similar we had the sheep and similar we had the cow and similar and we had the camel

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and then there are a lot of other things like we said fish and seafood and lot of other things you mentioned okay. That's the first thing the second thing for it to be halal is what don't play with a bottle What's the second thing to make a halal

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is that it had the animal has to be the right type of animal and you have to do what

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I don't think whether you face towards Makkah or not. It's not important, but that you mentioned Allah's name over at the end. So you say Bismillah when the animal is killed, okay. Do you have to do that for fish? No. Yeah.

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So you fish die as soon as you fish them. Very good. Okay, so this is one way of looking at you talk to me about how to add meat how our meat could be that the animal is not allowed to eat. Like for example, pig and other animals that are not allowed to eat or it could be the animal is allowed to eat but it wasn't slaughtered in a way that is hollow right? So for example, it could be chicken, but the chicken they didn't say Bismillah when they when they didn't strangle it, they cut it we don't strangle them if he strangled is not valid. Okay guys, stop there. You guys so far we asked halaal is clear Haram is clear. And you gave me the answer of halal meat. I want a different answer

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what is halal and what is haram?

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What is Hello What is haram? I'm so bad with names. I'm really bad with names but I'm going to get Abdul Salam Salam

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very good. So you gave me another answer to another question, which is who makes things halal and who makes things haram? And the answer is exactly as you said Allah is the One who makes things halal or haram. The right to make things halal and haram that is for Allah alone, we don't have the right to make something halal, or make something haram that is only Allah who has the right to make things halal and haram, but we still didn't answer the question what is halal so far? Abra Abra man gave me a two names right today. I'm on a roll today. Abdullah. So that's, he said halal meat. He said halal meat, which is one correct answer, but it's not the whole story. abdurraqib manteau

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Abdulsalam told us hamdulillah at the salam told us that Allah is the One who makes things halal and haram.

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Who's going to finish the story for me? Yes happy

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Okay, good. So you're getting close to it. Give me Give me a little bit of an answer. What's haram then it's something that is

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not allowed to do very good. Allah didn't allow us to do it. That's excellent answer. So the Haram is something that Allah didn't allow us to do.

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He said it's not allowed for us to do.

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Good so far. You're with me? The Haram is something Allah did not allow us to do it. Allah didn't allow us to do it. Okay. Then what is the halaal then?

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Go on. Yeah, God

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if you said it, you're getting there close. Very close. Yes. No.

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Very good. So the halaal is something that Allah said we allowed

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to do to eat to whatever wherever it is not just eating Halal is something that Allah said we are allowed and Haram is something that Allah said we are not we are not allowed. Okay. Why is anything haram? That's a hard question. Anything that Allah made haram Why is it haram?

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I don't want a specific answer I don't want to know why is poor calm or why is alcohol haram? Anything that's haram? Why is it haram?

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The girls have got so many good answers and we can't even hear them Subhanallah Qatar Allahu Allah, masha file.

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Less Yes

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Good. Can you make a general rule then? If alcohol is haram because it's harmful to you? Why is anything haram?

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Good. I really like the answer. Allah made you a certain way. Right? And Allah knows how you are. And Allah knows what's good for you. And Allah knows what is bad for you. So Allah didn't make something haram unless it was bad for you.

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You wish me Allah didn't make something haram unless that haram thing is bad for you.

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Okay, there is nothing in this world that Allah made haram

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unless that thing is somehow bad for you. somehow bad for you.

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It's okay happy believe it because you playing within the class. Good boy.

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you guys with me? Everything that Allah made haram, he made it haram because it's not good for you. Okay, my next question is, do you always know

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why something is bad for you?

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Who thinks you do put your hand up? User put your hand up? If you think do you always know why something's bad for you?

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Or sometimes you don't know.

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Let's see. What do you guys think?

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Put your hand up. If you think that there's some times you don't know when something is bad for you or why something is bad for you.

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It's true. Allah said Weiser and tech Rahu Shea and wager Allah houfy. Higher on kathira. Sometimes you hate something and Allah puts a lot of good in it. So how then, if something is haram, you might not know why it's haram. What does that tell us? Then you have to trust Allah, that if Allah said It's haram, it has to be bad for you.

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Because Allah said, you read Allah who become a user, voila, you read, you become a nurse or Allah wants to make things easy for you. Allah doesn't want to make things difficult for you. So anything Allah made haram for you, he made it haram for you, because there's something bad in it for you. Whether you know what it is, or whether you don't know what it is. Some people they make a mistake. What they do is, they only keep away from something if they understand why it's haram.

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For example, someone says, Look, I know that pork is bad for you, so I'm not going to eat it. Then another person comes in says, I don't see why it's bad. So why should I not eat it?

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We say If Allah made something haram, you can know for sure it's bad for you. Does that make sense? Well, I said, so you never have to think about or worry about why you just have to worry. Is it haram or not? So the question is not why is it haram? The question is, is it haram or not? In other words, anything I tell you about? Anything in the whole world you can think about? Your question is, is it allowed or not allowed? That's the answer. So how are you going to find out whether something is haram or not? Because the prophets I seldom said in Valhalla Allah but you know, we're in the Haram obey. The halaal is really clear, easy to know. And the Haram is really clear. So if they're

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really clear, how can we know if something is allowed or not allowed? How do we know whether something is halal or whether something is haram? Who have I not heard anything from today? I haven't heard anything from Zach

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How do I know if something's haram?

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Know you're going to tell you go you're right. But I'm going to make it harder. Let's say for example, you came to me and said Mohammed Tim, are my allowed to

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To wear socks

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so how can I find out if it's halal or haram? You gave me a good answer what was your first answer?

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You're going to look at what Allah said and where do I find what Allah said?

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In the Quran, I find what Allah said in the Quran. So one thing is the Quran. Okay, what else do I have apart from the Quran? I want, okay.

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As the Imam that's true, but the Imam is not allowed to give his own opinion. Right? So if you asked me, Are you allowed to drink orange juice? I'm not allowed to say well, you know what it is? I think I'm not allowed. I have to give you the answer either from Quran or either from the Hadith, the Sunnah. So either what Allah said, or either what the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam said, I have to give you an answer from that I can't give you an answer of I think and I feel I have to give you an answer from what Allah said and what the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said,

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But that leads me to another question.

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There are some things that are new.

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There are new things, right? Like they didn't exist in the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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So they're not mentioned in the Quran. And they're not mentioned in the Sunnah.

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Yeah, I give you a simple example. For example, let's just say

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let's just talk about for example, smoking cigarettes, people who smoke cigarettes, right? They didn't have cigarettes in the time of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. So how do we know if that is halal? Or haram?

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That's a very good answer. If you had waited for me to put the point at you, I would have taken your answer. I want to go behind. Yes, have you?

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very good answer. I love the answer. Allah said in the Quran, anything that harms you? is haram. Very good. Allah said, well, it will be a de Kamata, Luka, don't make your own hand the reason for you to die. Any don't cause your deaths from your own hand. Okay, very good. And the prophets I seldom said La da, da, da, da, da da, there is no harm you can cause harm to yourself, you can cause harm to other people. Very good. So what is this now, this is from the Quran. The Quran doesn't have to mention the word by name. The Quran doesn't have to say orange juice is halal. Cigarettes are haram. It doesn't have to mention it like that. But it has a gives us principles, right? It gives us

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ideas. And from those we can take rules. So we can take a rule that or Hitler,

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lekota Eva, that all the all the good things are halal for you.

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All the good things are halal for you.

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And Allah made haram for you everything which is hobbies, everything which is dirty, and, and horrible. So there's things that are it doesn't have to be mentioned by name in the Quran for it to be haram. But we have to have a proof. So like you said, Allah told us in the Quran, that if it causes you harm to your health, and it causes you to die, you're not allowed to do it. So that is from the Quran, but it doesn't mention the name of it. It doesn't have to mention the name. But something has to be mentioned in the Quran or in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we can't make the halal and haram from our own cells. Okay?

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This hadith tells us that the halaal is clear. It's easy to understand. The religion of Islam is easy. It's really simple to know the things you're allowed to do and the things that you're not allowed to do.

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The things you're allowed to do and not allowed to do they're very simple to know in Islam.

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But this hadith continues. We're Bina Houma, or more on mush Tabby, her twin Lai l'amour, Hoonah cathedral Mina nurse.

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The halaal is really clear.

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And the Haram is really clear. But in between the halal and haram, there are some things that are not so clear.

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They're a bit confusing.

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That's a good word for more to share. Behat you can't quite it's a bit confusing. You can't quite tell. Is it halal? Or is it haram?

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Most of the people don't know whether they halal or haram. So these are some things in the middle. Are they lots of things no, not lots of things.

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But there are some things in the middle that you don't know if it's haram or not.

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And most of the people don't know the answer.

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Did the prophets lie? Some say everyone doesn't know the answer?

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No, there are people who know the answer. But he said most people don't know the answer, or many people cathedral meanness, many, many people, they don't know whether it's allowed or not. So now I've got a big question for you. What do we do with those things? The things we don't know whether they are allowed or not allowed? Yes.

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Very good. So this is the first answer we got that if you're not sure about something, the first thing you do is leave it.

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That's the first thing you can do. And the best thing you can do if you're not sure about something, leave it.

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Why should you leave something? You're not sure about?

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somebody different? Yes.

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We'll do it.

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very good. That's excellent answer. If you do something or eat something, and you don't know if it's haram or not, what if it turns out to be haram? There's a good you know, eventually what's going to happen? Eventually, you're going to end up doing haram, right? Because you may be the first time you get away with it. Maybe the second time you get away with it, but eventually you're going to end up falling into the heart. What else can you do apart from just leaving something? What's the next step? Straight away? I'm going to leave something that may or ebook Ila malabari book, leave what you doubt for that, which you don't doubt. But after that, what can I do to help me later on in the

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future? What could I do?

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Good, I like that. I like the answer. You could ask someone who has knowledge about it. Because the prophets I said them didn't tell us that nobody knows whether it's halal or not, or haram or not. He said many people don't know. So that means there are some people who do know. So you first of all, leave it because you don't want to get involved. And then later all later on, you can go and you can ask somebody and see if they know the answer to it. And if they know the answer, you can learn from them. And if they don't know the answer, then you keep away from it.

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Does that make sense? Good. Let's continue with the Hadith

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for many tacos, shobo hurts is Staebler Ali Dini, he was the person who keeps away from these confusing things. They're going to be protected in their religion and their honor those are two difficult words I want some of the older kids who know to tell me what these two words mean your religion and your honor those of you speak you can do in Arabic If you want a dean what else? What did these two mean? Your religion and your honor? What does that mean?

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God's for people. We got five people. Let's see someone I haven't heard from for a while right back

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okay, so if you said For Honor your respect, that's very good honor. That's good. Your respect. You are able to your your respect, what does respect mean?

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The other way around, you're right about that the other way around. So let's see if he did really really well. So we got as far as saying, honor, his respect. What what does it mean to say that I want to keep my respect? I'm not talking about me respecting other people. What am I talking about?

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That's your dean of dishonor. You spoke? Again, without me pointing your finger, your head. That's your deem your deen is what Allah thinks of you. The relationship between you and Allah. what's your what's your honor, then? Your respect? What's that?

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If your deen is you and Allah, then what's the other one? What do you think?

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Good so that's very good answer for religion, your religion, your honor to be in Islam. Allah subhanaw taala you feel good about it. That's your religion. So I'm going to give you the answer to this one. One last one. Good.

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Very good. That's not what I wanted. That was what I was looking for you lose your honor in front of other people. So a dean is what is between you and Allah. In other words, if you can keep away from things that are confusing, you're going to be safe between you and Allah. And also, you're not going to do something that will make you go down in the eyes of people, right? Like, you're not going to do something that that will make you a bad person, either in terms of Allah or either in terms of people. Does that make sense now. So you don't want to do something? For example, if you keep on doing things that you don't know whether they're haram or halal, eventually, what are people going

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to think of you?

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People are going to think you're a bad person, right? You're going to have a bad reputation. Does that make sense? You're going to have a bad reputation. And that's not even important. What's important is, even in your religion, you're going to lose out you're going to get sin. So you're going to lose out with Allah and you're going to lose out with what people think of you. But if you keep away from the things that you're not sure about, then you're going to save your religion, you're going to be a person who's got who's good between you and Allah, and Allah is going to give you rewards. And also you're going to be a person who other people think good of them as well. And

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people see you to be a good person because they know that you keep away from you keep away from those things that are haram. Even if you're not sure about them, you still keep away from them. Woman Walker official hottie Walker, I feel haram and whoever goes into these things they're not sure about that person has gone into the haram.

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How is that? The Prophet sighs and give example. He said he gave an example. He said karate, Yara, how old Hema

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you Shikou and your taffy. He said it's like a shepherd. So listen to this example. Because the prophets I think gives very beautiful examples. It's like a shepherd, you will know who Shepherd is right? Was the shepherds that shepherds the person who looks after sheep? You know, all the prophets were shepherds. You know that? Yeah, all the prophets were shepherds.

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Because they had to learn how to take care of people who get lost. That was their job, right? When the people get lost, they bring them back to the right path. And that's what the job of the shepherd is. Look after the sheep every time when she goes away and gets lost, they bring him back into the right place, like a shepherd. And this Shepherd has sheep.

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And he keeps on putting his sheep on the boundary of someone else's land.

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What's gonna happen to the example of a shepherd right, he keeps his sheep. For example, let's say this dark colored carpet belongs to me and this light colored carpet belongs to you. Right.

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And what you do is you've got some sheep and you keep them right on the line between the dark carpet and the white carpet. The light carpet what's going to happen

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where's it gonna go it's gonna go across. It's going across the line right?

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If you keep the if that Shepherd keeps the sheep right on the edge of the land, eventually one of those sheep is going to cross over into it.

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Does that make sense?

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So the same is like you when you if you keep doing things you're not sure if they're halal or haram. It's like you're standing on the edge on the boundary one day or another you're gonna fall into it.

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One day, you're going to fall into it.

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Allah we're in nearly Cooley Malik in HEMA Allah we're in HEMA Allahu Mahato. Every single King has private space. Agreed. You ever meet a king that doesn't have a palace so doesn't have a castle or doesn't have every king has private lands? Private keep out, don't don't trespass don't come into my space.

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And Allah has kept the things that are haram. You're not allowed to go there. Allah has kept it private.

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Yeah, so you're not allowed to do the things that Allah made haram. It's like as if you went to someone's land and the land that says a sign on it, and the sign says what? Private keep out no trespasses.

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Yeah. So if you guys were out playing, and you came up to a land, and the land had a big sign, and the sign said private, keep out

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No trespasses, by order of the king

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by order of the king.

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So what would you do?

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Go home,

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you would stay away from it. And you'd be scared if you're standing on the edge.

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If you're standing on the edge, you're going to be scared. Like, what if it said minefield explosives dangerous, you're not going to stand near the edge, because maybe one day you're going to put your foot inside,

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bang, something bad is going to happen.

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And that's the example of what Allah made haram. So when you get near to something that Allah made haram, you have to keep away from it. So one of the things we learned from this hadith is, you can't keep away from the Haram unless you keep away from things that lead to it.

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So it's not just about keeping away from haram. It's also keeping away from the things which lead you into haram. Can someone give me an example of that? A good example

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something that's haram

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and something that leads you to it. It's not how am itself but it's it takes you that we've got some good examples going What's your example?

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Land? Yeah.

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It might have some soldiers in it who shoot you dead. So it's very important to keep out of the places you're not supposed to go into. Right? That's an example. It's not it's, it's given as an example for you to understand that if you go into something Allah made haram, maybe Allah will make something bad happen. So that could happen right. Now I wanted to know something. I want an example of something which leads to haram.

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It's not haram in itself, but it will take you to something which is haram. Okay. This is a tough one. So I'm being really impressed. If you give me a good answer for this one. I'm going to be so impressed. Have you gotten sir? Because I haven't heard from you. If no problem. Have you? Yes. You had an answer? Yes.

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Very good. I like that example.

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If you have some friend who's not good.

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That friend themself might be Muslim person, and you know, like, they might not do anything wrong to you. But you see that they're taking you towards the things which are haram. So you can't just say I'm going to stay with that friend. And inshallah I'm not going to do it. Every time they say to me, come on, let's do something wrong. I'm just going to say no, because like the sheep, today, you can say no. But tomorrow, you're going to step onto that land, you're going to step onto that no trespasses private, keep out, you're going to step that.

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Even if you're safe one day, you won't be safe the next day. Does that make sense? If you had like a bad friend, and they didn't do anything wrong to you?

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But tomorrow, they tell you to do something wrong. You say no, the next day they tell you to do something wrong. You say no. The next day you say they tell you to do something wrong.

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You say no. Maybe no, the next day they tell you to do so eventually, you're going to do it. So you have to keep away from the things that lead you to the Haram not just the things that are haram themselves, even the things which lead you to the hierarchy. So for example, I give an example. We said that the Haram is like the private land, did we we said that right? We said it's like private land, it has a sign that says keep out, no trespasses. If you go on this land, you might be punished by order of the king. Yeah, it's like that. What about if there was a path that went to that land? And that path, it was just a path.

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And that path, the only place that path goes is that land?

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The problem is if you start walking down the path where you're going to end up, you're gonna end up on that land, right? So you have to avoid the path as well. You have to avoid the things which lead you to the haram. I hope that made that example. made sense. Okay.

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Before we finish the Hadith, did anyone have any questions about this part? Because we're going to finish the Hadith for something different.

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That's very true. You know the thing about shaytaan I'm going to tell you something about shaytaan shaytaan.

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He only has one power over you.

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Do you know what that power is?

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Now he doesn't make you do bad things did shaytaan ever pull you by your ear and drag you

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along the carpet never

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good. What did shaytaan do? What's his one power?

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God is heavy. Yeah.

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Make you so for example, if there was a haram food did shaytaan pick it up and put it in your mouth?

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He can't do it so what did he do? Let's see who's got an answer which I haven't heard from yes have you in the front with sorry I'm not good with names yes.

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No shaytaan doesn't ever set you on fire.

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It's good try though. Moving on.

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He whispers that only does what color shape on hola como de el amor in Allah how either kumara del Huck wa or to confer olive to con one I can le la cumin salt on in and out to confess to jab Trombly fella Telugu Monywa Lumo enforcer calm Morakniv Masurian coma. And to me mostly CLI.

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Allah said that the shaytaan will say when everything is done, Allah made you a promise. And Allah's promise was true. And I made you a promise. And I broke my promise. And I didn't have any power over you. But I invited you and you answered me. So shaytaan doesn't pull you by the ear and make you do haram. But the shaitaan says, just to disarm, you'll be really good. Just do it one time. Nobody will ever know. He whispers to you. Yeah. And he whispers to you about what about something which you quite think might be quite good. He knows how you are. He knows what you like, and he knows what you don't like. So he looks at you. And he looks at what you might like and what you might not like,

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and he whispers to you and he tries to convince you. But whose choice is it? It's our choice, right? If you listen to him, or you don't listen to him, it's your choice. That's why on the Day of Judgment, the shaytaan is going to say it's not my fault. It is his fault, but he's gonna say it's not my fault. He's gonna say I all I did is I just invited you. You answered. All I did is I whispered you listen to me. I didn't force you to do anything. I whispered and you listened. So it's really important. We don't listen to the shape on when he whispers sometimes we will listen. Sometimes we make that mistake. Everybody does everybody. But whenever we do, we try to make up for

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it. And we ask Allah to forgive us. I want to finish the Hadith. But quickly, I'll hear your quick questions. I'm going to start with you. Yes.

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This is very important. Where does the shaitaan whisper? Does he whisper in your ear?

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And levy us with Sophie sudo arenas he whispers into your heart into your chest? He doesn't whispering to you. That's why you can't hear him.

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You can't hear him. Do you understand that? He doesn't whisper in your ear. He whispers in your heart. So you feel him? But you don't hear him? Does that? Does that make sense? You feel him? Like you feel like oh, I really want to do that thing. That's haram and it's gonna be really good. And I promise I'm not gonna do it again. I'll just do it one time. He's whispering in your heart not in your ear. Good. Yes Moby?

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Yeah, shaytaan will keep getting you hooked on something I need to do more and more, or to do worse and worse. And sometimes shaytaan doesn't start with the worst thing. You know? shaytaan sometimes shaytaan. Listen, shaitan doesn't start with the worst thing. He starts with something that's a little bit bad. And then you get you like, and then a little bit more, and then a little bit more, and then a little bit more, and then a little bit more. So he takes you down that path, you know further and further. He starts off with something easy. Yes, absolutely.

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You only allowed one. No, it's only going to get up to.

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Shaitaan wants to tell you if he's saying to you that I didn't take your hand and force you to do that thing.

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By whispered Yeah, it's in Surah Ibrahim is mentioned in Surah. Abraham Yes. Have you I want to know your name because I didn't learn your name into

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a mop. Okay.

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What is your

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Okay, so what if somebody does

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something and they don't really know what they're doing. So are they to blame for that? They're not to blame. But we have to be careful here. There's three, there's three answers to your question. The first is somebody who doesn't know what they're doing, like, let's say, for example, they are, they're not like, they don't understand what they're doing. Yeah, like because they maybe they've, they're not well, they've got a sickness, or maybe they're very young, or maybe they're very old. And they don't know what they're fully what they're doing, they can't understand what they're doing. So those people are not to blame if they do something wrong, but we still have to stop them.

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So for example, if we know that somebody is not very well, and they get whispering about like, for example, hurting somebody, we're not allowed to let them hurt that person, right? They're not to blame. But we're not allowed to let them do it, we have to stop them from doing it, even though they're not to blame, because they don't really understand what they're doing. But we still have to stop them from doing that thing that they're doing. So there's a difference between stopping them. And there's a difference between whether they're blame to blame. Also, some people might not be very well, but they still understand what they're doing. Like, not everybody, because for example, some

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people are not very well, like they've got a sickness or illness. And they kind of a little bit don't understand, but they understand some of it. So those people could still be they could still get seen for what they did if they understood what they were doing. So for example, even

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like some people are not well, but they they do things they shouldn't but they understand kind of what they're doing. So those people are still to blame. Okay, stop for two minutes, we finished a hadith and we take questions then we finished in Sharla. Okay, the end of the Hadith,

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Allah were interviewed Jessa de moda, either Solahart Solahart Jessa to Kulu way that facet, that facet and Jessica Kulu, Allah wa he'll call

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in the body, there is a piece of flesh, there's a piece of you in your body.

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If it is good, your whole body will be good. And if it's bad, your whole body will be bad. And it's your heart. Okay?

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What do we learn from this part of the Hadith?

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There's something in your body, there's a mocha, there's a lump in your body. If it is either solid or hot, if it's solid, if it's good and righteous, if it's a good thing, your whole body will be good. And if it's bad, your whole body will be bad. And it's your heart.

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So let's see, we've got a haven't heard. I'm going to go right at the back. And if I'm terrible cameo name one more time. Sam, I froze. I don't know why I can't remember your name. So easy God.

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So tell me about how it relates to your heart, right? So in your body, you have your heart, if your heart is good, your whole body will be good. And if your heart is bad, your whole body will be will be bad. So what does that tell us about our hearts? What's that? Why does that tell us? Why is that? Or what can we learn from that? I'll give you one thing. That the things you do with your heart are the most important things. For example, loving Allah fearing Allah hoping in Allah. Those things you do your trust in Allah, the things you do with your heart are very, very important. That's one thing you can take from it. What else can you learn from this part of the Hadith?

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pray five times a day. And you're

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out outside of

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your very

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very true. So you could that a person could be praying five times a day. But they might have things in their heart that are that are bad, for example, they might be not nice to other people and so on. Or they might not like they might for Let's give an easy example. Somebody prays, but in their heart they're showing off. That's one easy example.

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So that person is doing the actions which are good, but the heart is not is not there.

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But there's something else you can learn from this, which is that

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if you are doing good things

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or if you're doing bad, let's give a simple example if you're doing bad things. Where's the beginning of the problem? Where does the problem start? If you're doing something bad on the outside, where did the problem start?

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Bad stuff in here.

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If there's bad stuff in here in your hearts, then it's going to make you do bad stuff on the outside.

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And if you want to be a good person, you can't just be a good person on the outside, you have to be a good person on the inside. And you can't just be a good person on the inside either. You have to be a good person on the outside as well. So one of the things we learned from this hadith is that we have to take it really serious that we are good person inside and outside both. We can't be a person who's good on the outside and bad on the inside. Like the monastic the hypocrite, who does good things on the outside, but on the inside, there's nothing good.

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And we can't be people who have good things on the inside, but they don't show anything good on the outside. Because this hadith tells us that if your heart is right, your whole body will be right. So that means if you correct what's inside, you're also going to correct what's outside as well.

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Did that make sense? What I said? Very good. Now we've got time for three questions, but not three questions. Gone. He put his hand down so you three can keep it up. You three, four. Okay, class, that's the end for and then I'm going to Inshallah, take some questions. I don't know. We got anyone questions today on telegram. If we have questions on Telegram, we take it as well. So let's talk about Rockman.

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Okay, so let's make it more general. What about if you're Muslim, and you do a really bad thing? Okay, like you said, robbing a bank. But let's just say like, for example, you're Muslim, and you do anything really, really bad?

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What does that mean?

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It means that you deserve for something bad to happen to you.

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Allah might make that bad thing happen, and he might forgive you. But if you don't ask Allah to forgive you and change what you're doing, then maybe something very bad will happen to you even if you're a Muslim. Yeah. Even if you're a Muslim, but Allah can forgive. Sometimes people do very bad things, and Allah forgives them even when they didn't feel sorry for it. Yeah. So if you do something bad, I'm going to give you two things you should do. If you do something bad, two things you should do. The first is you should ask Allah to forgive you. How do you ask Allah to forgive you who knows how to say Allah forgive me.

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I still,

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I still flew to La very good Estelle feudal law. That's the first thing. And the second thing you should do is do something good to make up for it. So for example, I'll give you an example of a bad thing people do at your age. They don't listen to their moment that

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and not listening to your mom and dad is a very, very bad thing. It's a major sin. As long as they told you what they told you to do is not haram any they told you what they told you is halal. It's a big, big sin, it's worse than some of the really big sins and it's among the worst of the things you can do is not listening to your mom and dad. So now let's say for example, one of you because you're human beings, you didn't listen to your mom and dad. The first thing you have to do is is therefore I stopped for Allah. The second thing you have to do is what? Make up for it. How you're going to make up for it. Go and say sorry, go and listen, go and do what your mom and dad told you to do.

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Yeah, make up for it. So two things, a stop for Allah, and then make up for what you did that was wrong. Yes, have you?

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turned yourself in Muslim? No.

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shaytaan had a chance Allah give. If we talk about a bliss, a bliss who is the head of shaytaan like the main Shaytaan, The Big shaytaan a bliss had a chance, he had a chance. But he didn't take that chance. A bliss used to live with the angels. He used to live with the angels. And he used to worship the angels. He worship Allah with the angels. So he used to worship Allah with the angels. And Allah told the angels to bow to Adam.

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And a bliss he told him as well to bow and he didn't bow.

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And he refused. And he said that he was not going to listen to Allah. And then since that day, Allah didn't Allah meet him like he is. And Allah told us he's not going to go back. He's not going to go back to how he was before. Does that answer your question? Good. Yes.

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That's very true. That's a very good point. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was the best of all of us, right? He was the best one out of all of us, right? Agreed.

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profitsystem was the best person agreed. What happened to him when he was small is Gibreel Alehissalaam came and he took his heart out. He took open his chest and he took out his heart and he took out the bad part.

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He took out a piece from it. And he said this is shaped hands part in this is this part, the bad part from the shaytaan to get out and He cleaned his heart in with what what did he clean it with? Zamzam water

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for 100 Zamzam water and he put his heart back in your right. And that's why the prophets lie Selim. He never had anything. Nothing bad in his heart at all. Everybody else has a little bit of something bad in their heart.

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Okay, do we have any questions on telegram?

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Something that's

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true that there's an eye or

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is there an ayah in the Quran? That says that if you do something and you're addicted to it, it's haram not like that. Not with those exact words. But there is for example, just because some of you are addicted, you could be addicted to something good. Like you could be addicted to reading the Quran or something like I just I want to read the Quran every single day and every time I finish reading, I just want to read some more. But definitely, generally speaking, like if you're being addicted to something, even if it's halal is not usually a good idea. If it's not something which Allah told you to do.

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But I don't know of an iron that says exactly like that. There is an iron why MacArthur Nakamura be when I had an F signing hella, say in Genesee, he'll network that if you stop yourself from what you want what you want, then gender will be your destination. So sometimes yes, you can stop yourself from what you love too much of doing it too much. You can stop yourself from that.

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No, all the prophets were shepherds of sheep.

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All the prophets at some time in their life. They were shepherds of sheep at some point in their life. That's what I know the Heidi's demean Allah knows best that they were all at some point in their life. Or they took a job of being a shepherd at some point in their life.

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Because that taught them how to guide people.

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They were never owners of camels. Because what happens when you own camels? Generally what when you own camels? What do you think you become like? What kind of personality do what do you have to be with camels? Any? You can be like sheep, gentle, soft.

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Why do you think you have to be rough and tough to to keep camels right? So camels are rough animals, and they're not easy. They're very beautiful animals, but they're rough animals. You have to be rough and tough with them. You have to be a strong person, you have to be a bit harsh. And so the prophets didn't keep camels because they didn't want to be people who were a little bit harsh and tough. They wanted to be people who were soft and gentle Furby Moroccan writing mean Allah He lint at home. By the mercy of Allah, you are gentle with him? Yes, happy?

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It's true. Not everyone who's Imam maybe knows the answer to all the questions. That's true. Even even anyone even if the Imam knows a lot, it doesn't mean he knows the answer to every question, right? Not everybody knows the answer. Only. Only a Prophet knows the answer to every single question. And even the Prophet Muhammad sighs tell him when he was asked many times he didn't answer until Allah gave him the the answer any. So even though even the prophets they didn't answer every single question and sometimes they said, wait until Allah gives us the answer. Yes, Amar.

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What if at some point

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in your life,

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you need to pray. You need to pray because it's time. Okay.

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It's not like your time.

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Okay, okay.

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I'm going to answer your question. I'm a very beautiful question. So a man said the prayer time comes

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and I'm just going to make it more general okay. The prayer time comes and there's a mosque which is not your usual mosque.

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Okay, how do you know if it's okay to pray or not okay to pray. Okay. So there are

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Generally you can pray in any masjid

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or any like that you find. But there are a couple of times you can't pray in the masjid. Okay?

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You can't pray somewhere that was not built for the sake of Allah. So for example, if the masjid was

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like in the time of the Prophet sallallahu, alayhi wasallam, the hypocrites they built a masjid and they didn't want it for Allah. They wanted to make people go away from Islam. So they made that Masjid to make people go away from Islam. And that Masjid Allah said about it later, confy aberdare Don't ever stand and print it here. So that's a message you're not allowed to pray. And you're not allowed to pray in a masjid where the people in that Masjid are doing things which take them outside of Islam. Like the Imam is doing something that takes him out of being a Muslim. For example, if there's a masjid and that Masjid has a grave in it, and the people they pray to the person in the

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grave, or they you know, they pray to them, then you're not allowed to pray in that Masjid. But if there's a masjid where people do things that are wrong, but those wrong things, don't take them out of Islam. You can pray in it occasionally, if you don't find anywhere else to pray. But it's better you pray in a masjid where people practice Islam properly. So then we had three masajid, right? There's a masjid where people practice Islam properly. And you should always try and pray there. And there's a masjid where people are doing things that take them out of Islam, and you should never pray there. And there's a masjid where people are doing things that are wrong.

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But those wrong things, don't take them out of Islam. And now you can pray if you don't have a choice, if you don't find anywhere else to pray. Now, you ask about specific places that you have to ask each place to the person who knows about it right? First Allah Allah Vickery in quantum law, talent, if you don't know the answer, you have to ask somebody, but those are the three types of questions you got a masjid where people are practicing Islam the right way. A Masjid where people are practicing Islam in a way that takes them out of Islam. And a masjid where people are doing wrong things, but it's not. It's not that bad. So you should always try and play in the first one

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should never play in the second one. And the third one, if you have no choice, you can pray that. Okay.

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Yes, some.

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Ooh, that's a good question.

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Used to be a church. Very good.

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Jim, Jimmy, beautiful. So this is such a question. Wow, you you I thought you were going to ask me a question I didn't want to answer. And then you asked me such a good question. He said, What about a masjid that used to be a church?

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So it used to be a church and then he got converted into a masjid. Are we allowed to pray there? So the answer is simple. Yes, we are allowed to pray there because it's been converted into a masjid. But the people who own the masjid they have to remove the signs and symbols that are for that for Christians, right? Like they have to remove the cross, they have to remove the pictures of that person they think is Isa but it's not isa it Salam, because he said he didn't look like that, that you've seen the pictures they draw like and they say this is Jesus, he didn't look like that. Because quite simply, he was from tiny Israel, right? And Benny is Surah Il ne those people don't

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don't like, they didn't look like they draw him in that picture at all.

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They have to take those pictures away. And they have to take away the crosses, or they have to cover them at least best they can do because sometimes you cannot get rid of it. And sometimes though, there's one big cross that's holding up the ceiling, for example. So they try to like cut it away or break it or make it into a different shape or something like that. So yes, you can pray in a masjid that has been converted from a church as long as they took out the pictures and the crosses from it as best they could sometimes there's one problem like for example, some of the churches, the government doesn't let you take the the cross off the top because it's protected by law. So what

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they can do is they can just like cover it or change it somehow any like they could put something over the top of it or they could like cuz sometimes they are not allowed to change it. They said, it's so so old. It's like a historical thing, and you're not allowed to change it. So they can do the best they allowed to do. Maybe they could remove it and just you know that they can give it to those people to do something with it. But yeah, that's sometimes the case. Okay, I'm going to choose you had a lot of questions today. Allah bless you. I'm going to last one for you because you did it and then that's it. We are done for now. Because otherwise your parents are going to be asking how

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long does this class go on for? Yes,

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Yes, that's true that he says going to come back to life It does say so in the Quran and the Sunnah, that he's going to come back to life

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in more than one place in the Quran

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I'm trying to think of the ayah in Surah Maryam.

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was salam ala Yoma wooly to Yamamoto well Yama, Oba I flew higher. So that the that the day that ESA will be ESA is going to come back in this is the ESA will be sent back to the will be sent back.

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the statement of Eliza Jen

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what is called allaahu or ESA in moto fi Kawada fear Okay, Elaine, one motohiro communality in a CAFO that, or ESA I'm going to cause you now here to ensure that Allah subhanaw taala will cause him not to die because he didn't die here. But Allah will raise isa up to him, and then he will come back. And either he's going to come back again. There are more than one. I like that. But the Hadith explains clearly. So it's true. And that's a long story. I think we said we were going to do that as the next story then, uh, we you reminded me because I did say to you that we were going to I did say to you, we were going to do the story of the End of Times and what's gonna happen when the world is

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about to end?

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Yeah, so we're going to do the signs of the hour. I promised I would do that next time for you. So we'll, we'll start that next week inshallah. Okay, guys, just come along. Hi, Ron. Do we have oh, we have a question from someone who never asked me a question yet. You always get allowed to ask questions. If you never asked me a question. Yeah, we'll take your question. Yes. Have you open when?

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We, when are we going to pray? Maghrib is in half fourth.

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Or that? Okay. Okay. So when are we going to learn how to pray? I think we already did, how to pray with the kids, right? For me, so maybe your other teacher, your other teacher will start by sack he's going to teach you how to pray when his turn comes for the class. Okay, because we already did that with our class like before, but not all of you were there. Did we have any more than a telegram?

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Okay, Inshallah, then in that case, we're going to stop there next class. We're going to start our topic of the signs states, it's where are you going to sit, sit, sit, I'll tell you in the class dismissed.

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We're going to do the science of the Day of Judgment. So we're going to learn about what is it that's going to happen before the world will? will end? Yeah, you guys wanted to do that? Okay. So we're going to do that inshallah. Next class. That's what Allah made easy for me to mention and Allah knows best was Salatu was Salam ala Nabina, Muhammad Radha and your Safi. It's mine. You guys can go now.