Buloogh al-Maram – The Book of Zakah, Lesson 02 – Hadeeth 483

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This is our first Heidi in the chapter of keytab, Osaka.

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And in the previous lesson, we talked a little bit about what Zika is. We talked a little bit about some of the benefits of Zika. And we talked about some of the terminology that you're going to hear about in keytab, Zika, things like that. He saw the threshold, the minimum threshold, and the whole the passage of a year and saw

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now we've started our first Hadeeth analemma we'll have no hotjar Escalante Rahim Allah to Allah, He said for his first Hadees and if my bass or the Allahu Allahu Allah. So this Hadith,

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and involucral muram habit of an agile he doesn't mention the is not he doesn't mention the chain of narration.

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And the reason for that is two things. Number one, it keeps the book short and easy to memorize.

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Because once you start putting people in there 10 or five or seven, or whatever narrators in there, it becomes harder to memorize. So it's easy to memorize.

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And also, one of the benefits is that it keeps you focused on the, the texts that we're going to be studying. And also I'll have them in quotes you the source of the Hadith. So he said Mustafa con la would love to live ohare this hadith is agreed upon. And that's a terminology we have to get used to. In Hadith many of you have heard of it before tirtha con la agreed upon and that means that this hadith is narrated by Al Bukhari grew one Muslim Buhari in Sahih al Bukhari and Muslim in Sahih Muslim will love the little Buhari here he tells you the wording that he chose is from Sahil Bukhari. So he chose the words that we use by remember Buhari in his say, and he chose a hadith that

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is narrated by both Bukhari and Muslim and that means it's one of the most authentic hadith that we have in Islam, because in Islam, the highest level of authenticity. The highest level of the Sahara is Metallica, Aileen Sheehan, what the two shakes and ohare and Muslim agreed upon that we call that multifocal LA, that doesn't mean that it is not narrated by others. But the style of the LMR Heidi is that when they say multifocal le they leave it at that they don't say Bahati and Muslim and it was also narrated by so and so and so on, so on and so on. So, the suffice. If Bukhari and Muslim narrated it, then that's enough for you.

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And he chose the wording of Al Bukhari. So here I'll have them in hijo doesn't need to give you the whole chain because if you wanted the whole chain, all you have to do is go back to Sahih al Bukhari, where you can read the chain and Sahih Muslim where you can read the chain so he suffices by telling you the Sahaba that is the last person to narrate it before the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he says I need my bus from the noble companion Abdullah in the adverse Road The Allahu Allahu Allah. May Allah be pleased with him and his father because of course, his father was an Ibis, Sidney Abdulmutallab, radi Allahu anhu both of them were from the noble companions and from

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the family from the early beat of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam and so we say all the Allahu and Huma may Allah be pleased with them both Abdullah and add bass with him and his father. So Abdullah Ibis narrates this hadith and he narrates it about an

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incident. He says a nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam back

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then, probably Allahu anhu LLVM and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent more eyes to Yemen.

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Now here, there are a lot of benefits, which we're going to talk about when we read the Heidi in full. But he sent more ad, or Viola and who was more I don't know Jebel and noble Sahabi, who was one of the fuqaha of the Sahaba, one of the great scholars of Fiq. Among the Sahaba, he sent him to Yemen, to be a Dyer to call people to Islam, to be a judge to be a calling to be a teacher, for the people in the area of Yemen. So the Prophet saris have chosen rather than general because of his knowledge of Islam, and the way his ability to present Islam to people and his knowledge of judging between people he chose him to go to Yemen as a judge and a teacher. And before he sent him to

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Yemen, as a diarrhea as a person giving Dawa, and a judge and a teacher. He instructed him certain things to be aware of, and here, I'll have him unhedged. He says, For that Carol Hadeeth, that Buhari, he mentions that Hadeeth in full, why does that happen there but has not mentioned the Heidi in full, because he wants to just highlight the particular area that relates to Zika. Because remember, we said Beluga, Milan, is a book of a calm, it's a book of rules and regulations, what's halaal and what's hot on, and we're dealing with Zika, so I'll have it, who doesn't want to bring the whole Hadeeth for you, with all of the benefits that it contains, because he wants to focus you

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on the topic at hand. So he mentions in this Hadith, in Allaha, cardif taraba, I lay him sadhaka, Allah has made a certain charity obligatory for them. And this is the first reason why it hasn't been hijo brings this hadith in the first Hadith in Kitab, Osaka the book of Sokka, because he wants to, first of all establish the ruling of Zakah. And that Zakah is far

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it is an obligation. So we said it's a book of outcome and the outcome in the Sharia in terms of the outcome that relate to the halal and haram in the Sharia. Those outcome they comprise that which is obligatory and which is haram. And that which is recommended and that which is disliked. And if you want to include in the middle that which is permissible, ie it holds no ruling one way or the other. So here he wants to establish right from the offset that Zakah is an obligation

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that our law in the law her Cod, if taraba Allah has made it a fault.

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And here it's called a sadhaka. In other narrations in Sahih Bukhari and others. It's mentioned in Allaha, cardif taraba. And then it mentioned, I lay him Zakat and as a cat, so the word here sadhaka, is obviously a The word sadhaka means a charity. But here the charity that is followed is

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the charity that is followed, that's an obligation. This charity is zeca, and is not referring to the general sidecar to the general charity. And this is also a very important point that we want to draw everyone's attention to that the rulings of zakka are different from the rulings of sada general charity. And why we say that is because

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we can have a certain degree of flexibility when it comes to sadaqa. General sada, who we give it to whether that person is really needy of it or not, when we give it how much we give, these are all things in general sadaqa that we have a lot of flexibility about, you can give general sadaqa to someone who is running rich, you can give general sadaqa whenever you want, you can give a small amount or a large amount protect yourself from the fire, even if it is with a half of a date. So general sadaqa has lots of flexibility. But as far as I can the sadaqa which is obligatory which is obligatory, the one that is formed, then no here there is not there is no such flexibility. You have

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rules and regulations about how much you take out about when it is about who you give it to and so on.

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But the word sadaqa can be used for Zika and it's used for

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are also in the end. And we're going to come later on to the idea in sort of two tober. In near Masada carto linfoot hora, you will miss Sakina that zakka or here it mentioned sadaqa is for Isaiah is for so the word sadaqa can also be used for Zakah. And in some of the narrations mentions Zika. In other words, it mentions sadhaka.

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He says sort of a 10 fee, and while he him, it is a charity that comes from their wealth. And here this is the second really important point that we want to take number one, we ought the third. Number one we said we want to take that it is a fault. It's an obligation and it's a pillar of Canada Islam. It's a pillar from the AutoCAD of Islam from the five pillars of Islam. The second thing we said, is the use of the word sadaqa. That's kind of a side benefit that it can be called sadaqa, it can be called zakat. But the sadaqa, which is obligatory is another always another term for the Zakat fee and worldly him. And this is the second thing that we want to establish that Zakah

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is an obligation, which is attached to the wealth itself, and relating to the wealth itself, not necessarily to the owner of that wealth.

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So zakka here is an obligation in the wealth itself,

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in the wealth itself.

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And that has some examples, which we might come to later on. Like, for example, you may have a person who is not.

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And I don't really like this term, but I'll use it because it's the common term used in film is not more qLf is not required to follow the laws of Islam because of inability, for example, a very young child, or somebody who is medically insane, not able to follow the laws of Islam properly, or somebody who may be some kind of illness they have or whatever, which means that they are not aware of the wealth that they own.

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There's a car is still an obligation upon that wealth, because of this statement, saw the car 10 fee, and while he

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it is a sadhaka that is related and taken from the wealth itself.

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And it doesn't matter whether the person owning that wealth is aware of it is aware of their responsibility or not aware of their responsibility is related to the wealth itself. And as an example, if you had a very small child who might be very wealthy, perhaps their parents passed away, when they were very small, and they inherited a huge amount of wealth, you might have this small baby who is who owns huge, a huge amount of wealth, there's a car is still taken from that wealth. But who takes it, obviously, you can't make it obligation upon the child because the child is too small to understand the obligation of zeca. But it's an obligation upon the one that is in trust,

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are entrusted with that wealth, the one who is the guardian of that wealth. That is the one who is responsible for taking out the money from that wealth. If we said that it's in a bad, which is related to the person, then if the person is too young, they don't pay it. And if the person is insane, they don't do it like the prayer, right? We don't ask a two year old baby for example, to pray five times a day. We don't ask someone who is Majnoon was lost their mind was clinically insane. We don't ask them to pray for example. But we still require if they have wealth upon which Zika is due, it's still a requirement to pay this occur, because Zika is an obligation upon the

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wealth regardless of who owns that wealth. So that is an important and important point which we will come to maybe in more detail later on. But it's worth noting here to Holloman alvernia in him federal law do fee for karate him. It's taken from their rich and given to the poor. Now here we have two things. Number one, we have one of the many mahasin of Zika. One of the many beautiful qualities of Zika is that Zika isn't taken from the rich

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or the poor and given to the rich. And if you I just want you to compare the car because the car is a kind of attacks, compares the car to the tax that you pay today on your income.

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tax you pay today on your income. First of all, it's taken, broadly speaking from everyone,

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regardless of rich or poor, in theory, perhaps the one who has,

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you know, the one who earns less, pays less.

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But it's taken from everyone, that's the first thing.

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And it doesn't go from you don't see it going from a person who has more money than they need and and see it going to someone who is less, or someone who is needy, you don't see it like that. What you see is that it goes for all kinds of things, some of them good, some of them not. It pays for the salaries of people who are perfectly wealthy enough to have their own, you know, to pay their own way. It goes for, you know, all kinds of things that things that you approve of and things you don't approve of Zakah is something where you physically see it being taken from the wealthy. And that seems the car being given to the people who are poor, and needy. You see, it's not there to

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feed the rich, it's not there to pay the salaries of people in the government and so on. Apart from the one who collects there's a car, it's there to take from those who have more money than they need, and to give to those who don't have enough money primarily.

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There are other uses of Zika, which we will come to when we talk about the ayah in sort of the Toba and the different categories of the people who are do Zika. But there's another issue here. And this shows you how much the scholars of Hadith think about Hadith, the word, or the words alvernia. He him and fukada him. They're rich, and they're poor. There is a mess up here that comes here. A fifth question. And that is, what is the word, they're rich, and they're poor indicate here? does it indicate that Sarkar should remain in the community that it is paid from? Because that is the idol Heidi, that's what the Hadeeth seems to say, when you read it. Apparently, that does that car stays

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in the same community that pays it, the rich of that community paid and the poor of that community receive it taught how to mean Alinea, him photography for karate him, it's taken from the rich people of that place and given to the poor people of that place.

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However, we see that when we look at the other ahaadeeth here, we look at the picture in general, that this is not a condition of Zakah. That second must be given

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back to the same people from the same community that it was given from so the message here is am I allowed to send my soccer abroad.

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Because if you take this Heidi, upon the apparent wording of the Heidi, without looking at some of the other Heidi here, it would indicate you can't send your car abroad. Because there's a car is to be taken from the wealthy of that particular place and given to the needy of that particular place. However, we believe that the correct opinion is that there's a car can be sent outside of the community that it is paid in. But there is no doubt that the first place that you look when it comes to your Zakat, and we'll talk about this maybe later on in other Hadith is you look to the people that are closest to you. And you look also to the people that have the greatest need, because

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there's a cow was legislated for a purpose. And that purpose is to provide relief and to provide funding for the most needy causes in society without being a burden upon the people that pay that's the reason why is the car was legislated. And so sometimes it does make sense for the car to be sent outside of the community if the need within the community is relatively small. For example, you may come from a community where you may come from a community where primarily most people in a Sherry I sense are rich, and we don't mean rich necessarily as an extremely wealthy, but then they're not from the people who receive zakat. Most people in which case you might presume that you would have

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an excess of Zakah you would have an excess of Zakah or there might be a situation where the need of people in a particular country is very, very strong. And the need of people locally is relatively less so. So this is something to bear in mind. However, there is one thing I would say you should take from this and that is whenever you go to take your car. And of course here we should mention something before we talk about this, that the collection of Zika we can take from this hadith of morals, the collection of Zika generally speaking

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is a matter for the government, it's a matter for the well you'll

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generally speaking, if there is a Muslim ruler, it is generally his responsibility to arrange for the collection and the spending of the zeca. So he can look at the situation. And he can tell there's a car collector, how much can be distributed locally and how much needs to be sent elsewhere. But here in the UK, we don't have a state collection of zecca. Nobody collects our car, there is no or Islamic organization that is responsible, legally for collecting our zakat. And generally, each one of us, we pay our car,

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according to what we believe is correct, or according to our own wishes of who to give it to. So in this case, I would say you should not be unaware of

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people in your own community who might be in need. That's not to say that we look we don't look at other countries. Of course, there is no no doubt. But also, it's also not fair, that all of the money is sent outside of the community. And you still have people here islamically, who come under the ruling of alphacard. Well, Mr. King, the poor and the needy, who aren't able to get anything from that Zakah because it's all gone to needy causes outside. So this is one thing this Heidi taught her domain agonia he him try to run goofy for Cora, he him that they're rich to their poor means at least you should give a consideration when giving you as a car for your local community.

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And you will find if you look, and I know I'm giving this lecture, obviously here in Newcastle, and a lot of people following from Dubai, these are two both two places that have the same issue, that generally speaking, there aren't that many people that are needed of Zika in that particular locality. Pass upon a life you were to look and you were to know the people around you, you would see that there are cases and inshallah they don't take this account of the Muslims as a whole because more people are paying it than our than are taking it. But there are needy people. And you shouldn't completely disregard the needy people in your community. You should look at the local

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community and their needs, and look at the wider Muslim community. And then it's, it's a lot easier if you have one person doing that, like is a ministry of Zakah, which is has a minister who is responsible, who is able to balance it all out. But here in the UK, and it's likewise the same situation, generally speaking in Dubai as well is that people give the car from their own. They're not compelled to do it. It's not a state collected service. They give it to whoever they want. So that is something you have to be aware of. First, make sure about the needs of your local community, and the needs also of the people nearest to you, including the relatives and so on who might be

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people deserving of zakat. Again, we'll speak about that later which relatives you can give the car to and which relatives you can't give us a car to and things like that. Look at that situation. And of course, don't be unaware of the situation of the Muslims elsewhere in the world. But one thing I will mention on that topic to be very, very strict on this issue is that as we said Zakah is not so

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it is extremely strictly controlled in Islam. It is an iba which is a followed upon you and obligation upon you. So it's not right for you to just give us a call with your eyes closed. Many of us do this, find the organization, any charity organization give mazurka

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and hamdulillah. And he there is there is clear in that there is good in that that you're giving your soccer. But the problem is, in reality, many of us don't know where that money is going. We don't know if it's being spent on the right kind of people. If that saw the car, that's fine. Because if your sadhaka happened to go to someone that doesn't deserve it, it's not a problem islamically it might be something that's you know, it's not your wish, but it's not islamically sinful, but you have to be very careful about who you give your car to very careful to make sure that it goes to the right people.

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So this is the part of the Hadith that I have mentioned that Allah has made obligatory on them sada

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Allah has made this sadaqa Zakah obligatory, and it relates to their wealth. And we said there are many different kinds of wealth upon which the cat is due. It's taken from their rich, and it's given to the poor. What I would like to do now just to conclude the class because we're ready to move on to our next heading, but before we do that, I think it's very important that we try to read the whole Hadees because the Hadees really does have a lot of really big benefits in it, even though they're not on the topic of Zakah but it's worth going through the Hadith

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ful inshallah tada will choose also the wording of Imam Al Bukhari. Man you can read

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it by mahalo Tyler and Ebony Abbas you know the Allahu anhu and the who call Lama Bharata Naboo sallallahu alayhi wa sallam more than one Yemeni Kala who in NACA Taka de Marana. comittment kita befehl jaquan. Oh well Amato, home LA, a new a new Wahidullah hota Anna

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and new idol la hater either for either our food Erica home and allow her photo darling him homsar Salawat in fee yummy him well at him for either Sol lufa We're home and now have Terada Ali him Zakat and fee Mr. Li him, Chaka, Domine avani, taka dohmen Ronnie him for Torah to Allah Valkyrie him for either account Ruby daddy careful code main home, whatever caca whatever Takara Emma unworldliness.

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This is the Hadith in full. And the Heidi has many different wordings, but we just want to go over a few little benefits from it because it's it really is. It's a Heidi that is from the soul of a Dharma light Allah is from the fundamentals of giving Dawa and it's a hadith which is really, it gives the teacher what they need when when they're going to go to a community as well. Because the profits item here is sending what other than General rhodiola mine as a judge as a teacher as a die. And he's giving him instructions about how to do that. So it's incredibly valuable to us. The first thing that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam said to my eyes, he said in the demo Allah ko min min

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Adnan kita, you are going to go to a people of the book. And this is a very important principle in dour, which is that before you tell somebody about Islam, before you go to explain Islam to somebody, or before you go to present Islam to somebody, you should know who it is that you're going to.

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And before you begin to teach people, you should know who it is that you're teaching.

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And that is because if you are not aware of what that those people believe, you're not able to present for them what they need, you don't know what it is that they need. You don't know what it is that they know and what they don't know. And you might say something to them, which causes them to reject something from Islam, even though what you said is perfectly correct, because it wasn't suited to their needs. So it's really important that when you're speaking to people about Islam, generally speaking, you begin if you can, sometimes there isn't time, but you try your very best to begin by asking about them by asking them about what they believe, finding out what they believe and

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not presuming. Why did the Prophet sighs and explain to what you're going to allocate up? meaning you're going to a people who are educated people who have a history of Scripture, or people who have knowledge and have early on that they have scholars, they have scripture, they have evidences, and they have shrivel heart they have, you can say misconceptions and doubts and false information. So you have to prepare yourself more as you're not going to have people who are from those mushrikeen will call a leadin. Allah Allah moon what is a lot cool the polytheists from the Arabs, that people who don't know anything will call a leadin Allah Allah, tala, you can live in Allah, Allah, Tatiana

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ayah if only Allah would speak to us or an ayah would come to us. There are people they didn't have any scripture. They didn't have knowledge like that. They were people who the predominant thing you saw from them was ignorance. But when you're going to annual keytab and most of the people there they were Christians, when you're going to them you're going to have people have scripture they know about Prophethood they believe in Allah azza wa jal with all of the faults in their belief, but they have a degree of understanding about Allah subhanaw taala and you're not going to get from them the same thing you get from the idol worshipers of the you know, sort of like, just predominantly

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ignorance and foolish things you're going to get there scholars come to you with doubts and confusion and misconceptions. So be prepared. Make sure you have your evidences with you, and make sure that you're prepared to be able to engage with them on their level.

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For Leah Cohen, our matadero home LA and you are headed Allah, let the first thing you call them to be the towhead of Allah. That's the wording used in Sahih al Bukhari and you were heydo la let the first thing you call them to

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Be the tawheed of Allah, the oneness of Allah. Elsewhere in Buhari, it's mentioned a bird that Allah, let the first thing you call them to be the worship of Allah. In the in another place. It's mentioned earlier on our limited room la Shahada en la ilaha illAllah. The testimony that there is no god worthy of worship except a lot, some benefits we take from this, first of all, that the word tawheed is synonymous with La ilaha illAllah. And that the word tawheed was a word that was known in the early generations, it was not a word that was invented 200 years ago, or 300 years ago. It's a word that was known to the early generations and it was known to be synonymous with La Ilaha Illa,

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Allah, let them first thing you call them to be the towhead of Allah.

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And we also benefit from this, that the tauheed of Allah is singling out a lot in worship, because in the other narration very bad that Allah, the worship of Allah alone.

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This tells us that in your doubt, the first thing you call people to is La ilaha illAllah. You don't talk to them about any other aspects of Islam before you establish La ilaha illAllah. Now, sometimes they might ask you about something they might ask you about the treatment of women in Islam, or they might ask you about Islam and extremism or something, these kind of conversations come up, you can answer the question, but bring it straight back to the oneness of God and worshiping God alone. That's what you're there to do. So many people, they go into so many other topics left, right, all different kinds of topics, all different things. And they never speak about worshipping Allah alone.

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They never ever speak about the most important thing in Islam. The first thing you speak to them to about you is you speak to them about La ilaha illa Allah, that's all. And anyone who tries to give Dawa any other way that Dawa will fail. It will fail because not the Tao of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa said, the first thing you speak to them about is La ilaha illa Allah and you keep coming back to it whenever they go off the topic, answer the question, bring it back to La ilaha illa Allah for either our food Alec if they understand this, and they accept it from you. they've understood it. In some narrations for outlaw coffee Dallek, if they obey you in this, then and this tells us

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about Islam teaching with tidel, rich teaching and steps, that in Islam, we don't just dump everything on someone in one go. We teach people slowly, this how to deal with a new Muslim right now. Step number one, you make sure they understand it to hate, they understand La ilaha illAllah. They understand worshiping Allah alone. Now they've obeyed you in this. Now we take them on to which topic, like we say a handful more him. First of all, the most important than the next important then the next important. The next important thing is the Salah, the five press, and we don't go too far away. until they start praying those five daily prayers, we're not going to go on too far away to

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all different things, or allow ourselves get distracted, we bring them on to the topic of the five daily prayers, which shows you the five daily prayers are the next most important thing after La ilaha illAllah.

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Some of the narrations mentioned if they obey you in that some of them mentioned either so low fat either solid if they start to pray, then inform them that Allah has

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made obligatory upon them as a car in their wealth, which is taken from their rich and given to their poor, which we spoken about fat either called Ruby dannic, if they accept this could mean home, take it from them. And here we take a benefit for who mean home take from them, we take a benefit on the topic of Zika, which is that Zika is to be taken from the person's wealth, even if the person refuses and here we can talk very briefly, just two minutes about the one who rejects or refuses the Zika. The one who refuses the Zika is one of two people. Either they refuse it saying there is no Zika join me Don't come to take the car because I don't believe that I have to pay

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soccer. This person is a disbeliever Catherine wartet they are an apostate and a disbeliever. And that is something which is well established from the Sahaba that the one who rejects the obligation of the soccer. He doesn't say I don't want to pay says if there's noises upon me, then this person is not a Muslim.

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If the second category though, the one who says yeah, okay, there is a cat in Islam, but I'm not paying. I'm not gonna pay. Then the scholars say that is taken from them when they're forced to hoodman home, take it from them by force, meaning that the value of that is the ruler sense. Whatever it might be.

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These days it might be a policeman, it might be the tax collector as a car collector, it might be the soldier, it depends on the situation how the country is set up. But the person in charge sends someone to take it from them, whether they like it or not follow them in home. In our day and time there is we actually suffer from this, that nobody comes and takes it from you. The danger is, it will be taken from you yomo Kiana. And the punishment is very severe.

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Like Allah azza wa jal spoke about living in a

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world filled by the people who they hoard gold and silver, and they don't give it out in the way of Allah, they don't give it for Zakah, then they're going to get either a bone alien with severe punishment, and it's going to be heated up in Japan, and their faces and their backs and their sides will be burnt from the Zika. So it's a very severe thing that in our time, we don't have anyone who comes around and says, Give us a car, otherwise, I'm coming to take it from you.

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What about if the person refused? So if the person refused that, then they are to be fought against IE, the William Mr. will dispatch someone to fight against them until they give them like Abu Bakar fought against the people who refused to give the zecca but the one who is the disbeliever is the one who negates the Zipcar completely says, I have no there is no Zakat upon, I don't, I don't have any such thing as a cup on there to be explained to them. The truth of the zakka and the evidence given to them and if they don't accept that they have left Islam by that. And finally, whatever, cara, Emma and worldliness, when you take there's a car, don't take the best of the wealth of the

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people.

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And likewise, you don't take also the worst of the wealth, you take the middle, the middle thing, so in this car for money, it's not so much of a problem. Because for money, money is money. You know, if you take one five pound note or another 5.0 they both the same. Money is money. But when you talk about things like camels, and sheep, people might have, you know, their favorite, their most valuable the one that they is the most precious to them. There's a car collector doesn't take this one. And they may also have a low quality one that's very, you know, it's not got much value. Maybe it's an animal that is sick or animal that is not, you know, it's not like really worth a lot. He

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doesn't take that one either. He takes from the middle. And finally, and this had even some of the wordings at the end of the Heidi that mentions in other narrations what tukey Darwin Tamiflu

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keep protect yourself against the Doom of the oppressed. Because there is nothing between it there is no barrier between it and Allah. So he told more I'd be careful about wronging people and oppressing people in the car or in anything else. Be careful about oppressing people. Because the do are of the oppressed person, there is no barrier between you or between it. And between. Allah is the widget. That's what allies which are made easy for us to mention. As we said we don't want to go too long in the light to Allah and allies or generals best was Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad Allah early, he was a happy edge marine. Before we finished just to let you know that on Friday,

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there won't be a Tafseer class because I'm away. I have a program in Halifax on Saturday. So I'm away for the Hood Hood, but on Friday, and then a program there on Saturday. So there won't be a class on Friday, but our next class will be next Tuesday for the next How do you think Milan Milan the next heading is very long and it has a lot of points in it. So we're going to probably break it down into maybe three or four lessons because it's probably too long for us to cover in one lesson. Analyze the journals best was salatu salam Allah Mohammed. While he was happy he might just come along later on for watching. Please subscribe, share and you can visit Mohammed tim.com