Umm Jamaal ud-Din – Strengthening Love & Sisterhood – Spread The Salam

Umm Jamaal ud-Din
AI: Summary © The importance of learning from the "medicals of Islam" and the "hastag of the holy month" is discussed, as well as the importance of giving people a clear agenda and rewarding them for staying true. The speakers emphasize the need for privacy and social media, and emphasize the importance of not giving up on negative comments and not giving up on one's statement. They also emphasize the need for unity in public settings and for students to greet parents and avoid being shocked by negative comments.
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What should I do Amina Mohammed Abdullah who wants to snowball while he was in London. Oh, Praise the Lord. We praise Him we thank Him, we asked him for his help. And we asked him for his forgiveness. We secretly do Allahu taala from the evil episodes and the evil directions. Whoever is guided by law that no one can be Skyping and whoever is misguided and no one can guide them except for lovable Tyler. I bear witness there is no god worthy of worship except Allah. And the idea witness that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his his family's in JAMA bad first of all as salaam one a form Baraka, Dora kegel.

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Always a pleasure to see your beautiful faces and company law may Allah gather up in the next life just as he gathered up to some kind of law remembering Allah subhanaw taala.

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So inshallah, inshallah, the topic that I chose to speak about today is about creating the greeting of Salaam, and how you know how to love the spirit, by spreading the greeting of the land, this is what you know, really creates the love, and the sisterhood between us. And you can see the difference between those who always gives to them to each other, you know, they can see the love that they have and create love in the heart. And when people stop giving them support and love yourself become, you know, hard hearted to each other, and not caring to each other. So this is a panel of the, you know, the blessings of Silicon Valley talk about the virtues of silicon today.

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And, like the manner that is the man like how is supposed to go about it. And all these things because the panda like, if we're not re emphasizing these manners of Islam, they're gonna slowly get blocked. As time goes, by, we get, you know, we get more and more

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How can I say molded to the society around us, and we start to lose, we start to lose the static manner, which is a very dangerous thing we need to always, you know, remind us of what it is that matters and to teach our children as well. So we don't lose it's beautiful Islamic manner, because lose your manners, you're going to lose the bonds of Islam, you know, the the sisterhood as well, it's going to go with, when you start to lose the, you know, the, the reading of the land.

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You know, it's important to talk about a topic like this, because we tend to concentrate on topics that you know, have to do with our self worth regarding like, you know, improving our prayers are costing things like this, but it's very important to realize the exam didn't just come as an individual, you know, act of worship, it's also got to do in society as well with me the whole system. And you know, it then is also about, you know, creating that authentic society, that beautifully semuc society, the caring and loving Islamic Society interest, we have to keep in mind, it's not just about, you know, improving yourself and making yourself better to the hereafter. But

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it's also about also establishing the loving, caring Islamic Society that Allah Subhana Allah wants from us.

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So let's begin by speaking about First of all, what is, you know, the meaning of a slam on a court when you say it, because like, sometimes we just say these words, but we never stopped to think what are we actually saying to people when we're saying this?

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So first of all, when we talk about the greening of Islam of Assalamu alaykum, it's called access to the land. Okay, so it's called, it's called broadcasting or spreading the salon that was called. And the word salon is from the Greek word setting, which means

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like greeting, that it has the meaning of Salon of being a greeting.

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But what this greeting means is that basically you're making up for the person, the one that you're saying, Assalamualaikum, to, you're making a draw for the person, for them to protect, be protected, and have safety from any danger or harm.

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So that's the first thing and also,

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you know the word, the word epsilon, it has different meanings and from the names of a local to Allah, the beautiful name of a local tada is epsilon.

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So, you know, a lot dive into the hash and money to produce at the lab. So along with that I mentioned so this beautiful name of epsilon. So when you're saying as Claire won a call, you're also saying May the blessing of

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He's name descends upon you may the blessing of his name descend upon me his name SLM be upon you.

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And also Aloha, I have mentioned that the agenda, the agenda is called dose collapse. So it's the home of Ashkelon as well.

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So the place of peace.

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So this is, you know, these are the different meanings that Assalam has come with. So that's what you're asking who your speakers when you say salaam aleikum, you're making a drop for them to have peace and safety and security. And like I said, we have the big thing of a lot

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of combat as well.

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Okay, somebody got into some of the virtues of saying a Solomonic cattle. So first of all, like we said, a lot and medical produce.

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He's made the training of SLM on a call, he's made the breeding of the people of his land. This is a greeting that Allah has given us, from the, from the people of humanity's land. And there is no grading which is more perfect than this grading.

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Grading that is more perfect than this reading of SLM, you think about when you say good morning to someone.

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That's just, that's just saying today, have a good morning this morning. But when you say I'm on a call, you're asking for complete safety and security, you may drop that person to have complete safety and security from all types of harm. So it's a far more complete greeting. And that's why this is like we find unfortunately, a lot of Muslims like as time goes by, it becomes less insane. escalon wanted to say hi, and except to say by malema, instead of say, a COVID. Nothing greater than say a Solomonic. There's nothing more perfect. So when you say by and hide your did your sister in Islam, you're actually you're actually being deficient in your sisterhood towards her.

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Okay, because you're depriving her of a drive.

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And also, you're depriving yourself of the reward of staying a celebrity when it comes to now, because along with that, I mentioned that when someone sorry, the purpose of life, which is that when someone gives to them,

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when they just say

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they get 10 happiness, just from saying.

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And if they say

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it's 20 happiness.

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It 30 Havana. So imagine you're just trying to fly And boy, what are you getting out of that? Nothing, and then the other person is not getting anything out of it either. So how could we trade in Assalamualaikum this beautiful greeting that's when the people have the agenda and the people of this land? Why are we trading it in for something like this just re attached to this world? And the people of this world? You know, why are we trading it in for that analog. So in the heavy on the right of

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that once the profits that are long line it was done, was sitting with some companion and a man walked past and so that means that I'm on a call to the prophets that a lot has been said he will have 10 minutes

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and then other men will pass and he said salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. So the Prophet says love ya.

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And then another man will pass me that SLM on a portfolio to deploy what are the profits that are low is

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30% and this is already been before.

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So what we learned from these Heidi is the most complete way to give salon to someone is to say SLM why they come

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to la de la Baraka for crying now an important principle to know when replying to excellence is that your plan should always be equal or better than what the person said to you so someone said

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in a coma for too long it's not sufficient for you to say while a boomers demand you have to say either one a plan

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or you say one a plan to do more he was

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gonna be just

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what we need to be to hate me but hey you But hey, you will be accidentally have to do have in no law have Hannah Hannah Cooley, she has Eva solo companies that that when you are greeted with a greeting, then greet in return with what is better than that or equally

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and that

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Along with Donna is the take of it that he calls to account of all things. So every little thing is called to account for, you know, in

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Panama, like Allah says For men, young men, we all know what you

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want a young man, we all have our T shirt boy who ever does even ask him his way of goods they'll see in Yokoyama in a scale, and whoever doesn't add some weight of evil will also see it in this game. So don't underestimate like, like the power we're always playing as mothers, we don't have enough time to draw a bed that, you know, we feel frustrated, we want to do more and all kinds of images. But we don't realize that we don't take advantage of this simple little thing that we can implement by playing around on a

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couch, and we break people into just a pencil and microwave and just say at Santa Monica, high. And boy, you know, imagine how much reward we get every day. If we just say a family come to every Western, we practically see, we get how many has the math. And if we go out to the pool, and we see 100 visitors coming out of this hole. That's already 100 times 10 1000 happened in one day just from going to the school and saying, everyone you see if I walk in here even better for me, I said I'm on a comb, and I get how much after that. And thank all of you. We have to realize as well, but Okay, so another point here to mention as well relations is a a is that saying a clan is a tsunami. And

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it's a tsunami was to have bad luck. It's a lot sooner to set to precede the celeb and come to talk about the virtue of that. But replying to the celeb is aware Jean.

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replying to this land is a way of engaging but let me just say the two if you're getting slammed to a group of people, as long as one of them replies with salad, then it's like that obligation sifted from all of them. Like no one said kalambo ob sinful if it's a group, maybe one person who say I send out money, then the person has to reply. If they don't reply, it's gonna be a sin on them.

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Okay, so it's actually a Where did you reply? The Professor longlining. He was. He told us that had eaten body and Muslim that the Muslim has five rights over his fellow Muslim. A Muslim has five rights over his fellow Muslim. The first one is that he should return his dilemma.

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The second is that he should visit him when he's sick. The third that he should attend his funeral when he passes away. The fourth is to accept his invitation. And the last one is to stay at home of cola when he says and hamdulillah when he sneezes

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the point this some people they actually misunderstood this hadith from what I understand something he that this hobby, like it's talking about these obligations which come under HIPAA, a foreign key biological to communal obligation. So as long as like when someone's sick, it's not obligation, every single Muslim to visit that sick person. But as long as we know that some citizens are visiting that sick person that we are, we have been relieved of that obligation. But of course, you're missing out on a huge reward for visiting that 60 star because we know that if you visit a 60 star $70,000 car, make Dr. Us forgiveness for you until the evening you visit her in the morning.

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And if you visit her at night 70,000 a lady can ask forgiveness for you until the morning. So a lot of this is hugely worth visiting a sick person but as for whether it's a wedge if it becomes a wedge, like it's a communal wedge it's like it's the

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same with attending the funeral same way even you know when she saved now is only someone on the group says young honey killer but that that related obligation.

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So that's what we did. The main point here is when someone into the gathering it is a group of people then they say it's a way to go and one of us to reply to that and if someone did it

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all right now, from the virtues of saying SLM on a comb is the is the greeting of a Hello, Jonah. So this is you know, how could you trade in the greeting of animals for the breeding of the people of this world? supanova this is what the people have an agenda who agreed with each other whenever they interplay Java, the Mueller Ico when they when the and agenda with the people of Geneva may or may come from amongst them. When they enter agenda. The Mullah Ico will enter prominent and say Salaam Aleykum Selam Aleykum and agenda Peace be upon you. Oh people have the agenda.

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And also say

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it's gonna help you to be from the people of Dunlop as well.

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alternatives include Ebrahimi verse 23, who said what oh clinic What does he like Medina and Wabi Sabi has gender integrity. Integrity means that he has and how hard enough we have

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to hear to whom we have salon. So he says to Panama, that the people who believe in did right to seek will be entered into the jungle Ah, under which the garden under which rivers flow to he won't be here. So learn the data here. What a great thing with each other will be Assalamu alaikum. beautiful and pure and good. greetings, greetings that makes you happy. That's the difference between this Jr. and the ethanol for the people of Jamaica to Panama in this life. How many times do we feel sad from things we eat every day and he said you say sad news about our sisters in Islam, our brothers in Islam, the suffering of the Omar, the suffering of the believers all over the earth,

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we hear about the suffering. And then on top of that, you hate people who slander you who backbite you who speak about you so proud of our people who have hurt you with a tongue, even in your face. So the main thing we get depressed from is what

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is people's, what you hear. It's not so much what you see, like what you see can make you sad, too. But what makes you more sad generally, is what you hear, isn't it? Generally, what makes us more sad, is everything we're always hearing. So Panama, but we know the inner jamna somehow that all people will hear like all you hear

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is the difference between agenda in the agenda. all you hear is is peace as salaam alaikum. But oh, you get to hear a word that makes you happy, pure and good word. All you hear in Java is has been to Panama with how many there were not enough in the lower level as far as you read, text appear, and you hear Assalamualaikum and you only hear the words that make you happy, and feel peace in your heart. Hello. Remember, you need to be protected from ever hearing anything that makes you feel sad or nothing you live in experience. Again, hearing something that brings sadness to your heart. ever imagine that a place that is just complete peace. You never hear something that brings sadness to

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heart hurts you to Panama. So this is what we're aiming for this is because that's why you know, we have to strive, this life is a temporal life, it's coming to an end. So that's why don't put all your hopes in this world to kind of like it's coming to an end either. Everything this was gonna leave up and die. Each one will be about there's no way around it. So that's why we shouldn't put out all our hopes and put all our dreams into this world but what our dreams and hopes have been our goals should ultimately be for the agenda of the next life male and not deprive us from it inshallah.

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Okay, so the best in Java law. So the loved one, it was Santa. He told us that there's four things that people do these four things, it will help them to enter jungla. This is helping us anomaly code by saying it, it will help you to enter Gemini likes to cook healthy, who Allah has made it for us to get into genlock. Look how simple so Panama that is from how Allah is empty, and he is the most generous. He makes it so simple. But we're the one who makes everything difficult on ourselves. The promise that our loved one day he was telling me, he said, actually

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spread the green of escalon.

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And give food and feed your feed the hungry and treat people since in general was the up hand and maintain the blood twice.

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was fun. Don't be lazy when they're neon.

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Pray at night when people are sleeping.

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To those hidden gems in the salon, you will enter the jamna insecurity doc you'll find it easy to enter agenda if you just do these four things.

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You enter agenda easily. So that's why we should try to implement these four things to penalize sounds easy, but how much do we implement it it's a panel off spreading the salon.

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Wherever we go as much as we can mining assistance faces, spraying the good wherever we go.

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feeding, inviting people to help to feed them or sending money overseas to feed the poor. All of that has to do with feeding.

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Praying at night a couple of sleeping time practice to rock out of

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paper trying to cling on to praying at night and then

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The Blood Ties maintaining the blood ties it's very difficult to do Panama we have lots of problems with our relatives but maintaining a blood type.

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And then if you do all of that and so on, you're into the janma with ease, easily inshallah.

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In another narration, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said, lack had,

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una Janata had said to me, no, you're not going to enter Jannah until you believe, well, let me know.

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have food you don't want to believe until you love one another hour, they're a good no come on and stay in either time to move to have

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actual salon bainer comment. So he said, Show or not show you something that if you do this, you will love one another simple epsilon bainer call spread the salon. amongst you. This is what maintains the love back to Canada. How many times have you had, like, you've had a problem with someone

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with a red team or another system? And you've been thinking about that for a long time. And then she comes to you, maybe an aide or something like that.

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And she says

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How are you? What happens to you, but the courts that were in your head, or you're putting us in your heart, it just notes away that you forgot everything that happened, like whatever happened cause Danny forget it leave it is nothing during the call, because of what because of this amazing miracle that Allah given us. I was saying at Santa Monica. It's got this amazing effect on us that when someone says I'm on a common and smiles in your face, or you know gives you a hug, or you forgot everything, this is, you know, this is the blessings of saying Solomonic we come to this.

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Okay, so that's the next point that I come to that thing. So I'm on a call is something that Spread the Love. And the mercy amongst the believers is something that's great Beloved, thirsty, and you know, yourself, do sisters, how many of you have gone for a hike?

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Or any other country that they don't speak English? Let's say that, has anyone ever gone to a country? They don't speak English? or speak Arabic? Let's be the language that you speak. All right. So when you enter that country, and you've got Muslims,

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and you couldn't speak into the language

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isn't the most beautiful feeling when you can smile a face and says hello money. You can't say anything else. But you've got to communicate. And you spray that love that.

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Despite not being able to say one other words with her language, she said Assalamualaikum she says while they are off into law, and supply, you feel that love, you know, she's from India, you're from Australia, you know, you're Australia. She's from Pakistan, or wherever she's from. But the Panama you feel that love between you that sisterhood and that's the power of the Messenger of Allah was telling us that Allah should I show you something that if you do it, to have that tone, like, you know, like you love each other? He said, Actually Salaam bainer, calm spread this dilemma between you.

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There's a parallel when someone says Assalamualaikum to you, you feel they humbling themselves to you as well. You feel they want the good for you. They care about you know, your self talks past you then say to you

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what you think you're better than me? I'm not good enough to say to me or maybe you think she she's upset with you. Jimmy doesn't give you a good feeling when someone ignores you or doesn't say.

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And that's why even the purpose of a low audio film, he told us in fact that one of the signs of Yokoyama is that people will begin to only give the land to who they know.

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And the quantity which we should keep in mind, like don't limit yourself to people that you know.

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All right, just because, you know, the obscene kind of hits and I'll say so and I'm like her but like, I haven't seen her before. Who's this? Who's this new girl? I'm not gonna say it and I'm like, that's not the way it's supposed to be anyone like, we don't know what's going through, like, you know, I'm gonna mention as well, especially in this day and age, this distance and this time we live in it, we have the greatest need to spread this and then we're all going through a hard time. In this

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time together. We feel like everyone's against us, you know, the minute television or you know, your social media. Everyone's like, slandering us talking about hating us. So you know what kind of environment is the living in the going through all

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This is like,

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pressure from people outside. And then they go into homes, they've got problems with their husbands problems with their children, problems with it, you know, marriages, if

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you don't mean like you don't know what

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it could mean to someone, she's walking around, she's feeling so low. And then she's his his voice coming from nowhere.

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Sister, how are you the smile, you didn't know,

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you didn't know what you did to her, you don't know what kind of happiness you've got to the heart a little happiness, that could pick her up with the data that she's going through somehow. So we've realized that save time and clean to it and try to spread it, it is more important than then than before. Because we will need that love will need to do like with the long, definitely no need to do that feeling of belonging, especially if you feel like everyone's against us, we need to feel that sense of belonging, it's very important for us to spread this, this feeling of a Santa Monica.

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And the coastline before like so the prophets of Allah one of them, he said that among the signs of the owl, is that people will begin to get the land to whom they know and whom they don't know. And this we don't want to become like the people of Athens. And then we don't want to represent what the people have, when they you know, towards the end of the hour. That's not a good sign to be from those people that he's talking about. So we don't want to just turn against Blanche who we know we want to try and give it to him. We don't know, even and even another headache. And the professor of law, said the most miserly of people are the ones who are mildly in giving Salaam to people. You

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can't even use them or they're not big enough

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to hold on to money.

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But now, you can't even say I said I'm on a computer today but hold on tightly to your father, sisters. But how miserly can we get? Professor log while he was going. And he told us that if two Muslims have a problem with each other, and then they meet each other and say to each other, this is something that's going to take away the bad feelings that they're gonna have in each other's hearts. And it's headed in the rain party and right by a boy

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that the professor allamani was said and he said it's not permissible. It's not permissible for a Muslim to cut off his brother for more than three days.

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permissible for most copies brought up for more than three days. Each of them attorney away from the other if they meet. And the best one of them is the first to say appalam the best one of them is the first to say a finance. So anything from this Junior a disagreement that people have had from the offensive dystonia is not allowed for them to cut each other off. If it's a personal disagreement, it's not allowed to cut another Muslim off for more than three days for any personal disagreement. The only exception to that is if it was really just matter, that they disobey a lot and you're trying to

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you're trying to reform that character, you're trying to reform something they're doing wrong, then it would be miserable to cut them but not speak to them for more than three days. Because that is not allowed to be a prop for a personal reason. And that's a train that's only if it brings benefit in boycotting them in that situation if it doesn't bring benefit, and then push them away and lift them further, that it's not recommended to do that. Okay, so it's not something we do. Just, you know, and it's sad that you've no you It's really sad. I will mention something he true that it's really sad that you're living in with all these pressures. I mentioned before that you got 52

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Muslims who are so nitpicky, like they're nitpicking on other Muslims, so much like going on social media and slandering, like calling to Islam, and, you know, trying to, like, meet peak at people and try and find their faults and expose them. They're doing all of this in this climate that we're living in is so unwise, and like, you know, I came across a sister recently, she actually, you know, contacted me, I think she was trying to find out what wrong things are hiding myself, you know, well, if you want to see that I've got plenty of wrong things, if anyone wants to know, you know, Allah knows that, you know, Allah knows, I don't need to, I don't need to prove it to anybody else.

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But you know, but the thing is that the Panama like, basically when I said to her, why don't you ask them about your question? She said, I'm not going to take them do hella. I'm not taking from ignorant people that like, in other words, because we I follow the exact scholars that she takes all that like, we don't, we don't want to expose that she takes that like she's got certain scholars that if you don't, stick yourself 100% of these people, then you're off the path. You're not on the main hedge, you know, you're not really like, in other words, you're from the admin beta, that we can boycott you and basically I personally do because basically, they boycott them every single

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person in the community. No one lives up to their standard of being

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To them, you know, and this is Yeah, look how destructive this mentality how destructive is this when you know it's a Panama we're already living in a climate of pressure. We're already living in a climate where we've got so much enmity from the Muslim the disbelievers and now you want to create even more enmity amongst the believers and then you get new what I feel sorry for the most of the new reboots I feel sorry for the rebirth the new robots the most because they come in to Islam thinking it's gonna be so beautiful, you know spreading this land having love

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and they communicate it is this one's This one's an innovator. This means that he could create a song that captured you know, like, you know, every vote you know, any of you who were voted you know what a rebirth is like a rebirth is like a newborn baby. Literally, they're like a newborn baby. And just like the newborn baby looks at the world with beauty, like your child, or your children when you're growing up that I know about the horrible things in this world today say, Oh, look at that beautiful son. Look at that beautiful tree. Look at that, you know, everything is beautiful today and then a naughty thing called Eva. I don't know anything called corrupts. You know, that's how the

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heart is. And that's how it is. But when you're in love with

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and so you should love your stand but you know, I love the Muslims. I love everyone. And then do I come from the kids don't go the script don't go that go don't don't compare don't compare. She's got innovation. She's got you know, I'm not saying there are some people that Okay, there are some placements, you do have to obviously what about like someone teaching people that it should have got the prophethood instead of Mohammed solos, but of course, this is something about someone teaching people to call upon others besides the law, that's out like shift. What about that, you know, someone doing major innovations, and calling says major innovations. All right, fine, point out

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those major innovations, but don't make it that every single person having legions of people which have nearly every single person in the community is corrupt. It doesn't help anyone. It's just really helping the disbelievers. It's just, it's doing exactly what Allah told us not to do. He told us don't divide.

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He says we'll add 10 as our protection. He said, If you

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divide, you will fail. You won't be strong. what's to come? And your, your strength will go out of you. And that's exactly what is the problem with the Muslim Omar, various point in time, we have to unite upon what we agree upon. We can't agree upon everything, but those of us who have the basic, the basic foundations, we have to unite with them to be strong. Otherwise, we're gonna be we're gonna be but we're going to be taking one by one. Look at the wolf.

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When he wants to attack the flock? Does he go through the group? Or does he go through the stray one?

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He goes to the straight one. So to be strong, we have to stick together we can't be individuals on the order

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of one by one, the enemy

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of one by one

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upon a lot so that's what we have to stick together to be strong. That's what Allah teaches us. And believe me, this is Mark my word. How long have I had been a Muslim and hungry now? For now? over 26 years practicing with them. Let me tell you some advice from myself. So Cincy advice. And

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as long as well. We will tell you that those sisters who had that mentality of picking other systems and looking down at everyone, and you know, finding fault with everyone and went off on their own, just go and have a look at where they are today. It's a sad story.

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too sad for the sisters. Some of them haven't been or even any of them anymore. They're not even sisters. I kind of CO hosts these be the sisters, sister sisters who walk up.

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And they look like they're the most strongest everybody and they're looking down at everybody else. They're not even strong with them. And where are they today? They're not even in Islam. This is not the right mentality to have any of you go and study properly. The whole religion not just take parts of the religion. You see the Islam calls for unity is then calls the being together. ispan calls for the man for The Sisterhood of Islam in

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the Muslims are brothers and sisters to each other. Once you start going down that path of being too picky on people and spreading hatred and 3d that's pretty bad feelings and suspicions. That going down the path of destruction for yourself and for the rest of the community as well. We don't need it. It doesn't bring any benefit to anyone. There are only two specific times where we need to warn people like I think and they're not it's not

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Every single time it's about every single system, every single brother in the community every single shift. So when you get to that point, you know, do something wrong. Like when you go to a website, or you see a list that goes on and on and on every single person should listen to, you know, there's something not right with that website, the message of Allah Almighty,

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a final fee of material material, the goods will be in May and the format until your piano, there's always going to be some people on the strike part. 2.1 is no one on the straight path. And it's not like that, you know, in handler Allah protects, we have more hope in a law that, you know, I'm not saying that you won't find mistakes. I'm not saying that some people don't have some mistakes,

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doesn't have mistakes. Everybody has mistakes, even if you got the correct key. All right, you still gonna have other mistakes.

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Maybe you're mistaken, you're

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gonna stay away was in other different industries. Now Halo is something that is a big mistake, but you got to stand there are some mistakes, not to others. Some mistakes can be overlooked. Other things, they cannot be overlooked. Like someone who doesn't believe crime is the word of the law, or there's a final revelation. That's something that cannot be overlooked. Or someone who doesn't believe that 400,000 is the final messenger. That's something that cannot be overlooked. All right, believes in praying to others beside the law. Isn't these mistakes Enough, enough key that can't be overlooked. But there's other types of mistakes that can be overlooked. Because, you know, like what

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I mean, so just go learn from those people, if you've got a teaching those mistakes, from saying the Agile system is that she's just a follow up doesn't mean you go boycott her because she's got a different model than you and she's got some slightly different teachings that don't go beyond the pale. Understand, you got to go way up here, but it's just an important matter, we have to keep in mind.

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And also give them another narration that says that the person who's who's closest to Allah is the one who proceeds in Islam, like very the closest people to alot.

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In older men,

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men better obese than and so like, if you have two people gives the hand the one who precedes the salon first, always, that person is closest to a lot, because why it shows that they're racing for the good deeds. They want to get the web because the one who proceeds these lands that site, the one who proceeds same as Sarah on a comb is better than

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the one who answers NSA because they precede it. So they're actually better. And in fact,

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I'll tell you a story that Subhanallah Abdullah bin Ahmad is the right meal benteke chain family that he used to purposely go to the marketplace, not to trade goods, he used to go there just to get a say Assalamu alaikum to the Muslims, to spread the love to spread the spread the goodness and to say, am I going to get a reward from St. philarmonic? Or is it going to get benefit from the training, he was going to get the benefit of a saying Assalamu alaikum that was his trade for the LP lots upon a lot he did trade could not trade with the dunya.

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Okay, and even if nothing was related to what I said before, that the message of a loss of a loved one is something that you can provide in the scenario to live in Alaska.

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He said he was a man came to the prophets of Allah 111 he said which Islam is best, which Islam is best. He said, providing food for people and giving salon to do your job who you know and who you don't know. This person is a top management they provide you know, they provide the food for the people and they give to them to who they know and who they don't know these people, Prince principles that we need to live by.

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Okay, another

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of the virtues of getting stolen

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alaikum told us we into our houses that we should give SLM, we should say as salaam alaikum. Upon entering our houses, this is the message of the Quran. Sometimes we can ask for the message of the Quran. This is one of the meanings of the Quran with a love of God has taught us is he knows the 61 he says either the blue tan or suddenly Wallah and cusi come to hate and to hate Amina in lillahi wa barakaatuh.

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So he says that when you enter your houses, the 71 and to see code to give the salon to each other.

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It is a great team from above.

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Thumbs up. It's a little greeting and a goodly greeting that you should give each other even if no one's home,

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had posted in your house, if you have no pictures, you have no dogs inside your house and show that you've got them at your house. So when you go home sulamani can even show them later.

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As Santa Monica upon entering your house, it's making draw as well. It's a mentioning of a law upon entering the house because we said a salon it's in the names of a lot. So you mentioned that another way of making a law upon entering the house that the Messenger of Allah

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mentioned the law upon entering the house, the shaitan is not able to enter that house.

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Okay, so when you mentioned a lot of your food, or you mentioned a lot before entering your house, it prevents the Shakedown from sharing in your food or from sharing in your house with you now protect us.

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Now, when it comes to the men of the giving salon, how big salon what are the men of Islam in giving the salon?

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Okay, so first of all, the way to greet our sisters and say as salaam aleikum is to say Assalamu alaikum and shake her hands.

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And it seems to be more like what the Hadith indicate is shaking one hand, not shaking two heads to shake the hand with one sister, saying Assalamualaikum like me to this puts love and mercy into the hearts between you and dissolve any bad feelings or hatred that was previously there.

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The problem is that a loved one it was 72 there's no two Muslims who meet and shake hands with one another, that they'll be forgiven before they pass. So imagine that that's another way of getting forgiveness from a law that you shake hands against this stuff. And in another generation, it mentioned that when they shake hands, these things fall down like lazy betrayed. So you think it's just a little act of shaking the hand on this stuff, you're doing that and you're monitoring our polling data from your hand, just like when they pull down her traits and kind of walk through that giving us the land. So this is Jani. This is the virtues of sthalam that we depriving up those from

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doing if we're not spreading the financial

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gain forgiveness from Allah subhanaw taala.

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Just to mention, too, but like really the tsunami upon bringing one city that we feel the time is just to shake their hand and say Santa Monica not to every single time with each other to keys and to hug love me but but the real sooner is Johnny do that when they come back for a journey or you haven't seen him for some time. It's okay to give him a kiss and a hug. You haven't seen him for a while or its age. But really, there's some that is not every single time we see up to start to give her a kiss and a hug. It's not actually from as soon as we want to follow the signal properly. I know that can be difficult to practice to some people like what I would do is the ones you know who

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I promise to knock, you shake their hand because I understand that that person about one two, you're not like the big cultural, they're not really close to you. You can't always just go back and get offended. So sometimes you just go along with the culture not to you also don't want to be repulsive as a Muslim. You want to you want like what Allah is the personality that brings people towards you not pushes people away from you. Okay? The good

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the beautiful. Allah wants us to have a club that invites people towards you not pick that you push people away from you. All right, so this is something to keep in mind. We don't want to also repulse people away from ourselves.

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Okay, an important

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opponent important points. Some important points in relation to select one of the managers to land this is this basic missing manner that we need to teach our children because they're going to be lost these these these added from is never gonna be lost. One of them is that the professor of law one exam told us that the younger Muslim says a Solomonic Cujo, older Muslim, like the older Muslim has more right that you greet them first.

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Have your respect. Even teachers actually teachers should actually be greeted before the teacher greets you. That's actually the sooner like anyone who is older or a teacher these things we should treat them as a menace. Another thing is the one who is writing should greet the one who is walking and the one who is walking to lunch, the one who's teaching. So if you're passing by a group of sisters, you're the one who should say Assalamu alaikum. If you're standing, you give greetings to the one who is the one who's by herself, give them to the group. All right.

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Now, even though

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even though we should teach our young Greek elders, it's not the mentality we should have this. If we're older to say, Well, I'm older now you should all say that I'm likely to make good that's not the contract.

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Pride allies. And, in fact, he said the message will always most humble that whenever he would see the children, he would say Assalamu alaikum. Ignore the children. If he saw a group of children, he'd say Assalamualaikum to them, he didn't ignore them. That was beautiful.

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so we shouldn't, you know, that's fine. So we shouldn't

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funny in our ways, but we should be sitting there waiting for our grandchildren or their grandchildren to greet me. Like the youth don't greet me know you be the one to great thing when you love. When you spread the love to the youth and to the children, they will love you. And they'll want to come and say, I want to come to you. All right, this is this is the way the way we should be thinking.

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I'll just mention a quick brief minute key to Okay, that is

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10 minute controlled by law.

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being treated the way we're supposed to break with the salon as well, it's not to raise the voice very loudly that disturbs that they've been person, the way that the Prophet said a lot of them told us to greet it because someone's sleeping, you don't say it in a way that disturbs a sleeping person. Okay, so it's not supposed to be allowed really no should be stretched up to the person doesn't hear you. And they can't fulfill their word, you need to make it loud enough to hear it to get a response to you.

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The other

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manner that relates to this is also that when you're entering upon any place, the person entering should say, the salon, like where they entered into the class, they set the alarm on a corner. All right, into the into the gathering, they say I said I'm on a call.

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And generally, like we said before, if you greet people on the phone, you know the first word we should, in the first word we should begin with. And we should also end with because even as mentioned,

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in the gathering, you should say esalaam on a coupon that should be the last word we say before leaving.

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Another thing to take a couple of points on things that are beaten in relation to plan. It's not the profit or loss of the Baptist way without saying Assalamu alaikum imitating the Jews, the Jews, they wave without saying Assalamu alaikum. So we should if you want to wait, that's fine, but thanks for now, my community can't hear you but just say not to resemble

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the, the Jews in what they do. And obviously another thing now what about what is the marriage in relation to women reaching men?

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Okay, so in general, the setup didn't use to like, when did the prenup when it can be a bit of breaking, then selected make a habit of men greeting women, but like for example, and then to the older elderly Muslim sister, he can say as a man sees a group of sisters. And it's not even a chef or something like that. He walks past the group, you can say Assalam o ne ne p into the car, for example. He's taking the system he can say I said I'm on a phone, but you understand how to use it. It's formality. And but it's not like, you know, he sees it. It's not like what you mentioned today, that's mine and saying that when they come back,

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obviously, we have to abide by the semi code and humanities in dealing with the opposite gender, because we have to ward off female. So there's a fear of speak now. Then, it's not recommended to say a sentiment akin to a man who's young got married and you're in you and you're a beautiful woman and you're saying like, that's opening up the door feed now. All right, so you ready wise and Fira law in the way you you deal with saying Assalamualaikum? So I'll leave it with that. So if anyone has any questions, inshallah.

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I'll answer any question

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