Bulugh Al Maram – Book of Etiquette & Manners #01 – Hadith No. 1236

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Hola, La Jolla and one area that also lost a lot of synonyms that a Muslim has six duties towards other Muslims. When you meet him, you should greet him. When he invites you accept his invitation. When he asks you for advice, give it to him. When he sneezes and praises a lot, say, may Allah have mercy on you, when he is Ill visit him. And when he dies, follow his funeral related by Muslim anybody can repeat the Hadith

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There are six duties upon every Muslims towards his brothers and sisters. What are they?

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Let's see your memory.

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You see him same give him set up.

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Except invitation.

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When you sneeze or hammock Allah. If he said handler surangama.

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No, we just said the sneeze we said three and before

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when he's sick, you visit him.

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Give him the visor if he if he asked for advice.

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Follow his funeral. Very good. Excellent. So the Prophet sallallahu Sallam said the rights upon every Muslims

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are the rights upon or the duties that you have towards your Muslim brothers and sisters. He said the Muslims, but the word Muslims include bra men and woman.

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I'm sorry, but you guys have to hold him he can be roaming around whoever child is this?

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Yeah, you have to hold him.

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Okay, has six duties towards one another six rights, the process of him suck. This heavy is reported by Muslim and also reported by Bahati or him a whole lot. So it's not only Muslim, also reported by Al Bukhari as well. And Muslim rahimullah reported this hadith this way and report it in another way. He said that the right or the duty of Muslim upon every Muslim are five. And he didn't mention six five, not six. What are the five? The same exact one that you have here? Except one out? Anybody knows which one? No, see how very good that the prophets of Salaam said he didn't mention the part. If somebody asked you for advice, you should give him advice. Or you should advise him. That part

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was not mentioned in one of the narrations. Why? Because he saw something maybe repeated this had either statement in multiple occasions.

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The visa Salam said this is a multiple so one time he mentioned five one time he mentioned six. Okay.

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The process of him said the word in Arabic how Korean Muslim and Muslim the right the duty right or duty? The word help? It means something who Alinea toward jotika fellow it's

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something you've been asked to do. Something you are required to do? Question when I say this is a requirement is that means it's an obligatory or it is just a recommended act.

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the word is requirement for you a one of the requirement or Muslim to pray

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is not a volunteer act. So the word how it could mean something you must do and something you're basically commanded to do. Okay, so it could be both ways, but I want to tell you something, and I want you to pay attention to this. And this is for me, a key point to understand Islam.

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In Islam, we don't have one block that call haram forbidden, and one block at call dislike and one block and that's called obligatory and another big

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chunk could call dislike, we don't have that in Islam.

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It is each one of these category are so many different levels.

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So for instance, for instance, worshipping Allah is must or not.

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Must this right? Okay. So

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being good to your parents, respecting your mother is must or not.

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When the hope is delivered and Friday, you must listen or not. When you see when you hear the name you say some allies must are these equal?

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No way.

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They're not equal. One up here, one here, one down.

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There is right? The same thing with how,

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you know, is insulting someone, like killing someone

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stealing somebody's wealth is equal to pushing someone or harming them physically or emotionally, there are different levels is stealing money from your parents, from your relatives from your neighbor and harming your neighbor, worse than harming someone who's not related to you. So the hot I'm also levels and the dislikes are levels. So whenever you hear the word why I'm saying all those because LMS said the scholar said, when we say how, even if it is a recommended act, even if it means it's on the top level of the recommended act. Yeah, and is so near to be what obligatory?

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Is that clear? Is that understood? Imagine there is 300 levels, these things that the President mentioned are on the top 50, or the top 20 or the top 10 that the Muslim should care for?

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Holiday visas on the right, are the duties of Muslims toward one another, or six?

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That is something interesting in Arabic And I think in English as well. So correct me if I'm wrong.

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Sometimes in Arabic numbers are not meant for itself.

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Khalid I told you 100 times,

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that means literally 100 times.

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Oh, my God, there are a million times.

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Is that means 1 million times. Maybe? Right?

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So you say so you need to is that? Amir? Is that number meant? No, it's basically

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we call this llama whom Allah doesn't care really a meaning?

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So some, it's a tricky you need to look at the context and to see did the processor when you said the right and the duties that you have towards your Muslim brothers and sisters are six, then the processor meant only six?

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And that's it no more, no less? No, because there is another 100 he said, five. And we know from other evidence that there are so many other rights that we have towards one another other than the sex. The question Why do you think the process alum said six?

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What do you think why the person said six?

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to pay attention to six. When I say there are six things I want you to do. It's easy to grab it easy to do. verses that are a lot of things for you to do. That's right. Also, if I mentioned six it means they are among the top six out of the top points. So the top writes the most important rights towards your Muslim brothers are these ones that the prophet SAW Selim mentioning here. Then please when

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and by the way, and Bahati mentioned the five didn't mentioned the six

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writer Buhari only five underweight Muslim also the famous reply in the region five but there's it is authentic narration who said six then in the B cell Salim said. He said, If you see him is Allah Peto facile MLA. This is a key point here to understand this phrase. For seldomly when you meet him,

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fasten them fat, this fat and Arabic language it means Tapi

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which tiny mubadala which means immediately. So aquabion when you meet him, the next thing you do, you give him set up. So that from this, we understand that the problem tell us when you meet your Muslim brother, you when you meet him, the next thing you do when you meet him, you're what you give him Sam,

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immediately the next thing

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whereas matassa

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What's the first thing

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Napoleon Napoleon did when he put his first foot in Egypt?

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You know,

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come on man.

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jihad, you know,

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he put the second foot

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he put the first foot. The second thing he did he put the step first thing he did after putting the first foot is putting the second one

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Okay, so what I'm trying to say it's fat adaptive, it means what comes immediately after the first one. So can you imagine that? So the problem said when you meet him and give us so in another word, when we meet each other, we don't say, Hey, how are you doing blah, blah, that is it somebody come,

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you know, or I come to you and I said, you need to do this, this and this. And that said, America, no. So if you see your parents, you see your father, your son, you see your daughters, your wife, your husband, you see your employee, whatever it is, firstly, you start with a ceremony before and sometimes I forgot that you forget that we forgot that, that you know what the first thing you should say, is a ceramic before you start any subject. Before we start talking about anything. You should start with a Santa Monica, and have a tepee then in ob salasar Pon phison, Lim, la sal limit me say Salaam

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Salaam Alaikum Assalam Alikum. What that means,

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no matter whom Allah said mainly has two meanings.

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And I do believe both applicable. And both what meant as salaam is one of our last names is Mullah Yanni as if I'm saying I bless you by the name Assam

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the name as salam should basically be upon you. I bless you with that name.

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Mr. teach a class about the last names or attributes what's the word how you translate the word Assam or the name of Salaam?

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So number one is the one who's free from all defects and numbers, the flawless and number two is the source of peace, social peace very well. So when I say I put out I blessed you with the name Assam. Yeah. And I want you to be free and free from all deficiencies. I want it to be free from anything which is flosses or something bad or anything inappropriate, incomplete or imperfect. I want you to be free from all that. can imagine that. That's when I say Samaniego Yani I want you to be free from sickness from bad manners from anger problem, I want you to be free from debt free from no worries free from Hellfire, Khalid So, I Salaam that what the word name means okay. So when you say as

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Solomonic I blessed you with that name. Also that bring peace and tranquility because hot it when you get peace and tranquility

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oma when do you get peace and tranquility? If you are worried? Would you have peace? If you are sick, would you have peace? If you have all these problems when you'd like to have peace? No, that's right about it. So with that a Salaam which it means peace. It's actually the outcome of the first one of being perfect. You know, when you work so hard. And Mashallah, I know you look back I have my house paid off. I have my car I have my kids I have my income. I don't need anything everything Southern my life. What do I say? Now I can live in peace. Because you kind of completed yourself. That's right. I finished all my homework, I finished all my requirement I finished my exams. Now I

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can be in peace. See, because when you complete she can imagine if your whole life completed. That's why an agenda is Dotto set up because that's the most perfection that ever a human being can reach. So let's call the Donal setup, because you live in absolute peace and is no worry about

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you know, aging sickness.

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You know, nothing to worry about.

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So here when I say I said I'm on a committee, I asked the last panel Terada to bless you with that name. Also, as salaam alaikum has another meaning, which is any I guarantee you that you will not see any harm from me.

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When I say as salaam aleikum, it means I'm telling you don't expect anything back from me. expect nothing but good for me. So anytime I see a Salam Alikum Khalid, this last time can you stay away from your friend?

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When I say Salaam Alaikum it means don't expect any harm from me,

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Canada and other

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parts of the Arab culture. When someone comes from outside, they would be very suspicious. very superstitious. Can we share a moon bill

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When the Arabs see someone riding the horse and coming to them, they said, evil comes.

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They think bad news coming. So anyone come You know, in where I grew up in our culture sometimes when somebody call you in the night area Satomura

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there's a part of the culture if somebody call you that, oh, my Allah protect us. There's something bad happening. Somebody called you from overseas Oh my god, there is something bad happen. There must be somebody gets sick. You know, it just it's a superstitious. So the Arab has this anyone entered or come to the gathering? They are superstitious oh he come for this he come for that. They're always thinking negative. So Islam came to remove that superstitious that negativity by telling you as salaam alaikum yeah and you should not expect from the entering person or the coming person nothing but perfect. Nothing but good. Allah subhana wa tada site

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for either the whole

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facility mahana fujichrome minang de la

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iba katha Anika UBA no long una como going to

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the moon and sort of to know Allah subhanaw taala said, when you enter your home, give Suriname to your family, to your friends. That means to yourself, it means to your family and your friends, not your son, your son and yourself.

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And this greeting as salaam alaikum. It's a greeting from Allah.

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So this greeting is not from a culture.

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It's not an Arabic culture

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is not a Mexican culture. This is not something people came up with from their own Assalam Alikum From whom? from Allah, but mubaraka so many blessings in it.

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It's pure, good. Okay. Then Allah Subhana Allah said and allow one to explain to you his sign. A million Rahim Allah. He said,

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I'm coming.

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Here we see in this plane wrote a very lengthy article about Santa Monica. And he has actually a book called Salam Alikum in about 200 pages. Okay, in

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and it's it's amazing as part of his book, but that would provide an end to things never.

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Yeah, and I never seen in any book before some of the rules and some of the points that he mentioned and the meanings, the himolla it's a really a gem. Anyway,

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I want you to imagine this because

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it is so sad

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that our Islam means nothing in our life.

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It is so sad when what we say we don't understand it. And we don't apply anything from it.

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When I say Assalamu alaikum it means I am guaranteeing that person peace. So how can I say somebody comes in the next thing this person see from me? wrath and anger and justice

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and being back to the person how can I say a Salaam Alaikum peace and I know that when this person walked into the house there's no peace. There's water

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or walk to the business that's not good or to the mustard is not good is always aggressive. How can we say things that has so many meanings that it means nothing in our life.

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They're not lonely As salam aleikum wa rahmatullah Allah's mercy. You expect not but mercy. So there's no need to be mean.

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What about a car to a blessings Yanni I ask Allah to free you from any deficiency, to complete you to perfect your life and ask Allah for you, to shower you with His mercy to surround you with His mercy? Then I asked a lot to bless you. And albaraka it means so much good comes out of you, and so much good go to you. That's what America means. And Baraka is like a better kettle Matt, like the oiss. There is so much good comes from it, and comes to it

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both ways. So that's what I'm asking a lot of time for. You can imagine all this in the world as salaam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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And many of us don't reflect upon that. That's why it is a greeting from Allah Subhana Allah to Allah and it's a blessing greeting. Then the president called for summit and when he's

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And St. hamdulillah for submit and that's the very famous the word Submit button some copies and St Muslim Fisher MIT and also some of the companies in Bloomerang Pasha MIT otherwise the most of the copies said for submit to be seen and submit washa mit

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h matoba comm with a method equal to each other for Arabic Lang and

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replace letters a lot seen chin is a common thing. Okay.

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and it means to say your hammock Allah fish admitted means your hammock Allah when the person said hamdulillah I don't know how interested you guys know about

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Mohammed, what's the matter?

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What's shamatha?

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Yes, Schmidt

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ash metric.

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E, A shamatha. It means what shamatha it means when I see something bad happen to you. And I'm happy.

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I'm so happy that you got your learn your lesson. That's a shamatha. So the word shamatha it means that bad things happen to you. And I'm like, Oh, you deserve it. Good for you.

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And I'm so happy that you're in trouble Omar. I'm so happy or in trouble. Khalid whatever, you know, you see that's not

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to me, Shama does a good thing or bad thing.

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To why we use the word chemita when it comes to somebody sneeze and saying hamdulillah and I say your hammock Allah this your hammock Elijah Mata

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which is just how that works.

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That look this color to explore what that really means how Latin Arabic language works,

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somehow not also an Arabic one of the culture of the Arabic language.

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Words can mean something and can mean the opposite of it. So sometimes the word Shemitah it means I am happy for the bad things to you. And sometimes it means I wish the best for you. So your enemy will feel bad.

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So the word chamada comes because I wish the best for you. So your enemy will feel so bad about you. That's why we call a summit. Why? Because I asked Allah to protect you to perfect because when you sneeze, I don't know if you guys know that or not. But if you just Google, I don't have time for that. Because I promise you I'm not gonna too long, but just Google sneezing.

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When you sneeze, actually, every single thing in your body in your brain in your head will be moving.

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sneezing is a very dangerous move in the body. It's a very dangerous and if it doesn't go through the right exits, a mic actually kill you.

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But lots of hands animated goes through your brain with that speed. I forgot what is the the speed of it. Maybe when we talk in details, I have my notes, I'll look at it. But the speed of the air is unbelievable.

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It's so strong. And it's really can harm you. So for it to go from out of your body so smooth like this. And hamdulillah Al Hamdulillah Annie, may Allah Subhanallah put his mercy in you and you will always be protected and nothing harm you that your enemy will feel so bad that you always survive. You're always good. You're always in a good condition. That's the word Disha MIT came from. And also named Rahim Allah said, because when you say Alhamdulillah

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you praise Allah and you think Allah, then I said, your hammock Allah I make dua for you, who will be so angry at that point.

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shavon so that's why we say a dish meat because the ship became so jealous of you, that you making you praising Allah and you're making the offer to your brother, and have not been able to handle so that's where the word chemotype comes from. Then it's done. sahak as for nausea, for those who like to know a little bit about Arabic language, whenever we have a verb in Arabic language, what's the verb is done sahak

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NASA, the verb NASA, put s.

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And if seen, whenever you put LFC into on any verb, it means seeking is done. So hi, Annie. I'm seeking advice. Like the word is desktop. I'm seeking water like

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The word

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is stop asking for no guidance

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is Stefan Paula Paula

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anyway also means a perfect like complete could be the opposite not looking for something but is completely what's stunning a lot. Going back here is Stan sock and he was seeking advice from you. Okay?

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Why advise? No see hat means something pure because you give him a your pure opinion. Regardless of your personal feeling you give him the right answer regardless how you feel about it.

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Then maybe if he is sick, or the person is sick for

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visiting, it means visiting the sick. Anyone knows what comes from the word. Jada comes from?

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sisters, you guys follow me? I cannot ask you. Where is Urdu

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comes from Adam, what's either

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return. That's why you're a doctor, what we call your clinic.

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yada, because people goes back to you goes back to you goes, because how doctor hook you up. You know, they want you to come back and come back and come back. The medicine that you give you actually make you more sick.

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Yeah, that means something, you go back Why you go back because you get sick all the time, you need help you need assistance. That's why I call it a piano because nobody stay healthy all the time, you need to go back to it at one point in your life. So

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very beautiful. Either many, when he's sick for two, it means you go back to visit him. So it's not like one time holiday visiting one. And that's it. I don't never see you again. Also, it could means for two because a lot of people go back to him and visit him. So I visit him he visited him they visited him. Many people will go to his house or go to visit that sick person in the hospital.

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Hello, call the summit nassetta karoun your June we are to Merida.

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So from this, we learned that you had the tool Marie is actually the word he had. It gives you the indication that you visit him more than one time me and Brother Mohammed that day went and visited a brother in the hospital.

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House one time That's it? Yeah, handelian I came to you know, it actually means that you come back again to him. One is minimum. But it's also recommended to as long as the person neat and sick. You go visit him and see what he is or what she is doing. Let's focus now on the lessons. We have so many lessons to talk about. Number one quick point

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the process of them said helpful Muslim Arab Muslim, the right of every Muslim upon each other. The word Muslim include religious and non religious, good practicing a non practicing, we call them tapiwa facet.

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So doesn't matter what your level of Eman is, okay? Also it means rich or poor. You didn't give salam to the rich and you visit the rich and you follow the janazah of the famous people but the poor nobody you don't give them CRR you don't visit them and you don't care for them. Also Muslim related to you are not related to you, your friend or your enemy. Doesn't matter. Even I can stand you even I don't like you. But I still give you a Salaam

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but I still you have a right upon me. It doesn't matter. That's why I will Muslim. So that would make you say that. So if somebody who's a Muslim he deserved in related to me or not related to me. I know or I don't know, a male or a female, old or young. That's why you visit a sick person who's young and you visit an old you follow the genomes of young and old uniceo is a kid no need for praying him?

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No, you give him Salaam if you meet a kid you give him set up and so on.

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But he acts unless there is a proof to distinguish between people.

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Another point another lesson This one is shows you

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that our brotherhood, our love for each others. Our connection as Muslims is just not words.

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It required set of actions.

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It's not like oh, I am You're my brother

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There is nothing to connect us means nothing in reality, the process and I'm putting a practical point he translating this brotherhood into action say you give him some you visit him. You help him you give him us it's practical because a lot of time we say we're all brothers we're all sisters we love one another for the sake of Allah but it means nothing it just empty words so nobody so solemn making this a very clear point here that the malpelo hola Imani? Yeah, it's not a word not a claim. It's actually actions underwrites need to be observed.

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here the process item said duties and rights help. Why the matter? Nikkei Lyor Cohen Finn f6 min Alec so you don't feel you're doing a favor for your brother.

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So when I go to visit the sick person is not like I met if I'm doing your favor. No, you know what, that's your right.

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That's my duties. I'm not doing anyone a favor here.

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That's the minimum requirement from me. And that's something very also interesting.

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Um, by the way, the Muslims are two types, those who you connected to them through kinship or through

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marriage or through business or through a special kind of connection. Like what relatives Parents, Wife,

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children, uncles, cousins. So they have rights upon you. But also through marriage. My father in law my mother in law, my brother in law, okay.

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My daughters husbands my daughter husband's father, brother, they connected to me

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Okay, my son's wives family and so on. Then you have or through work my work my co workers, my employees, my boss, or through a special connection my neighbors were playing together in one team soccer play for example a team Okay, we are one committee we are one tower where one movement where one community or one master we're all Board of school.

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Okay, so that's a special connection. Those people know who

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they are connection and their relationship with you make it so strong and they have more rights upon you then the big circle of the whole Muslim world because every Muslim in the world is my brother.

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But my relationship with a person which is I don't know who lives in Afghanistan will never be equal to my relationship with Kareem

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or without which is my community by member there is a connection between us you see I'm sorry.

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So but that doesn't mean that those who I don't know have no rights and that's very unique. So you have rights for everyone. But those are close to you through these areas I told you have more rights.

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I give you example harlot

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so many times you care to be so nice and courteous to people who fall away from you people that you don't know

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but you not the same thing to your daughter to your sister. to notice sister You don't treat the same way your brother

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here the Heidi said the right of those who are near to you is way more important than those who are far away from you.

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You for example, you will find someone will volunteer on work and and teach the far people but he doesn't care about his own family, his own neighbors

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and that's wrong. That's why

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it is not an easy man that you go to sleep and your neighbor is hungry

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as well correct because more rights upon you.

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Also, I would like to cite one of the lessons some people

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Mashallah very good practicing Muslims.

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And I've seen this and I want to see if you guys agree with me or not

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Mashallah the fast they pray they do all this kind of stuff.

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But we're lucky when it comes to these rights. These six rights. You will find taxi or Avi Delphia you will find that those people did not fulfill the obligation of this right. Mashallah saw half of the Quran he passed by me Never give you some

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you know, when you when you invite him, he never come to visit you, when you sick, he never showed up.

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When you die, he didn't attend your dinners, don't worry, you're not gonna feel anything at that point, you're dead. But I mean, you know, they don't care about attending janazah of other people, you will see that they will get busy with other things. And they will do that over the genocide of the Muslims. For them, the value and the importance of this is not so much. That's what I'm trying to say. You will find a lot of religious people practicing Muslims, when it comes to these rights. It's not a priority for them, is not as important as the Sharia apart. They forgot that the names of God how Muslim and Muslim.

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Also one of the lessons from the Hadith, that Islam care for social issues, as it cares for a bead on a bad actor, for sure. As an Islam cares about your relationship with Allah cared about generally ship with your follow, basically community members. It's so important not only to be praying, but also to have a good character to know how to deal with people. And all these are social interactions.

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Also, another point, when the prophets of Salaam said the right of the Muslim upon the Muslims

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we need one of this group to answer here.

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What about non Muslims?

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Why the process of them said the rights of Muslims upon other Muslims?

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What about the non Muslim?

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Aren't we supposed to treat them also the same way? So why the process of them you think said the right of the Muslim upon the Muslims? Why make it only for the Muslims?

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And if that means that these are not something I supposed to do to non Muslims?

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And even a Muslim invited me I should not answer his call invitation to non Muslims. I don't go visit him

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when the problems are the right for Muslim upon other Muslims, why the problem make it only for Muslim? Is it exclusive? Yes. No, no.

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But why the exclusive exclusiveness?

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But you can greet them.

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I mean, even you can say something like we're gonna talk about that. Later on, there is heat coming about that.

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So why Islam make it obligatory for Muslim or not obligatory for non Muslims? Why Islam will treat people differently

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because the level of brotherhood and treating people differently is not a bad thing. Because treating people differently

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if it include

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abuse, it's not a lot.

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But you know what, those are excellent should be treated according to their excellent performance. So that equality, it doesn't mean justice. Equality never means justice. It is one form of justice, but not all the time.

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Like for example, if you did your homework and you do all three things right caught on your brother, you know, kind of slack

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who deserve to be rewarded.

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The one would did everything on time. That's right, perfect. So here we recite the Islam give this to the Muslim because they have more right because of the Brotherhood because of the Imam because they believe in Allah. So they deserve to be treated in the best best form.

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But the Hadith never said, you don't treat non Muslim the same. There is no exclusiveness in the Hadith.

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The Hadith just focused on the right of the Muslim but it didn't say and by the way non Muslim you cannot do that to them. No, that's not that's not talking about the Hadith focus on the Muslim because of that level of priorities. That's one number two.

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And that's also important. And Islam believes in a very important concept, which is

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it cease to lay foundations.

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I'll guarantee you guys.

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If you are not good to your mother, you will not be good to your wife.

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If you're not good to your wife, you

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To be good to your daughter.

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If you're not good to your neighbor, you're not going to be good to your community.

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If you're not good to yourself, you're not going to be good to the other in another word Islam want to start you from the small, smaller circle circuit, and bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger. That's why the problem said the best of you the best is family. So if you're good your family you're going to be good to your relatives, if you get your relatives you're gonna be good to your community, you get into good society there is no one who is not good I can take that I can believe that. There's somebody who say I care for the society and he never cared about his own community.

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He can't care about Houston community if you don't care about clearly community if you live in clinic area, or southeast area. So it goes like this. So that's why Islam want to make sure that our relationship as Muslim is perfect. And if it is perfect, when you expand the circle would be excellent when it comes to treating as well. That's why the focus came on Muslims first because that's the foundation is that clear? Okay, otherwise every one of these things you're allowed to do to non Muslims every one of them

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every one of them giving us a hug, give the advice you know when he says that hamdulillah or even know that you can pray for them Bless you, you can do whatever you know the only one which is a bullied mentioned is the issue of you're not allowed to say a Samana come to them. But we can learn this more than details 54 a heavy down in the road when the processes do not start the Jews and Christian based Santa Monica

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what he means because there is other incident with the problem started and say give Salaam to a group of people included non Muslim, but even if we not even if we say don't say salaam aleikum, you can say greet them with other things.

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Hi, how you doing? You know, and so forth.

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What's the time now we said we're gonna stick with 40 minutes

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Okay, we still have how many minutes so far?

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Five minutes and we can Okay, so in these five minutes let's see how many points we can learn about a Santa Monica festival. The first etiquette when you meet him, you person you give him some number one a Salam is a greeting from Allah. And this is a very old greeting a Santa Monica.

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Allah Subhana Allah told us that the here the man in the line Mubarak a greeting from Allah how to start it start with Adam had a solemn as it Buhari Muslim reported when Allah created Adam, he told Adam, go over there and see these angels. Okay. So when he met and he went and he sold a group of angels, the angels were sitting, okay. And

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in he told them, I said

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that what Allah told him to say. So Allah taught them to say to the angel, I said America, and when he did, the angel replied, were la Kuma salam wa rahmatullah the added warahmatullah Allah's mercy, so he said As salam aleikum, the reply was better, as salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah the ad was mercy be upon you. Okay, so this heading the barrio Muslim shows you that the greening of America was started with Adam in the UK himself, and that's something inherited from Adam all the way to Mohammed sauce on them. every prophet every nation knows about this type of greedy which is you pray for them with a sinner that's why I never saw them you might say, what about Christian and Jews

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today they don't say ceremony and that's one of the things that Mohammed Salim his nation, Allah say for the best so there is certain rituals through history of humanity last and Mohammed Salim came and brought it back and Allah saved it for this oma so you can use it it's like Friday it's a very special day since Adam time but other nation didn't recognize it. Allah kept it for a nation of Muslims to have the Friday salon so also this hadith shows you that it's highly recommended that you care to start the salon you care to be the one who started the salon

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facility in LA when immediate needed sister America and NW Salim said for Bukhari Muslim the best of the two are the what is the one who started the salon. So if there is two Muslim meet each other or met each other, or cross one another, the one who said slavery converse is the best

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and never said that actually in regard to people who don't talk to each other fight have a fight with each other.

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Omar, and you serve my son. Okay.

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I had a fight, and they don't talk to each other.

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They still must give some to one another.

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If I'm angry at my wife tonight,

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I still have to give her son up

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for Sal lemare

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it is her right?

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It is his right. And that's Pamela immediately make things less tension.

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make things look even angry at my father angry at my son angry at my brother or my friend, I saw this article. Okay. And that's why I love it. When people pick up the phone, you call them and

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he immediately he's the first one to see an article and never said the best of you the one who starts to them. So love it when people dumped this habit because that's the best of you who start the salon. Also.

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The second point is how to say a Sarah Mariko

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is a salaam aleikum or Salam aleikum or cerametallic.

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Which way which one is the pseudonym Assalamu alaikum. It can be said to the single and a group. So one person or group using a Santa Monica. But if one person by himself, you have multiple choices, you can say Assalamualaikum you can say Assalamu alayka. And you can say salam alayka with thank you all from the sun.

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And this is the minimum

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as salaam alaikum is the minimum.

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Can you add? Yes, it is actually recommended to add to add what warahmatullah wabarakatuh as Allah said, Rahmatullahi wa barakato add a command elbaite Allah's mercy and blessings upon you the people of the house, which is the problem family, in the shall we say, as salam alayka yohana bu Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh

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Tisha hood, we say that, so, and the angel you just heard me sing, told Adam what, where are you from salam wa rahmatullah added, metal law

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and abuse allowed to sell them.

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Once was sitting and a man passed by the prophets of Allah.

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And the man said As salam o Alaikum and Nevis Hassan said 10

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then 1010

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then other men passed by and he said, I said Amaya Kumara Matala. The process of him said 20

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a third men pass by and he said

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alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh he said 30

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then after a while, one person's left like either when he just left

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gathering like this, he left in the visa Sala made a comment he said

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quickly he forgot

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giving Salam when you come

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is also a sorry, giving Salaam when you leave is as important as you give Salaam when you come.

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parcel allow the

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car. What? Calm? Can you sell them familiar? Ooh, Amina.

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So just a luck. Last one, he left the Center for him to say Salaam Alaikum before he leaves.

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And when he came back the cinder for him to say some because he just met us. He came back to us. He should have said and he would have taken how many Hashanah and there is no disturbing you don't need to come everybody.

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You just said I can hear you here

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and the one next to him if he said sufficient. See it's it's something that we're not used to.

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And I want you to open your mind there is so many things about Salam. You will be surprised you know

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how much we don't know about. So

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this is five points. And I said five minutes I'm going to end up I seven minutes. Okay?

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It's Irani. Actually I do have 27 points about for Salim Ali.

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I have 27 points.

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I would like to make sure it's equal to this point, just cinematical, facility manager what that word really indicates. So that will be our class next time.

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Next week I will be out of the country. So I will be back on February

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February 10.

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So the next class will be shala, February

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13. Very 13th. So, there is possibility that, Charlotte in this day, we'll continue our class. Okay. So, because I don't want to stop the class going, so ask should come out Oh, shamar.

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Either I can give them my notes, and they can teach you from my notes. So we continue, or the teach from something else that we feel comfortable to talk about, but we will Shall I continue the class, even if it's short, even if it's like 20 minutes or so, on one day just to keep the momentum going, inshallah? So I'll see you all on February 13. If anybody has a question, I'll be happy to answer it from the audience or from the online community. Thank you very much. Yes.

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One of the points we're going to talk about, do you give syrup to people who are praying

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like engaged in Salah? Yes, sir. Nice to do that I will get to learn more about but to learn it myself. I'm a lot. You don't do it in a setting where you think people don't know the rules? Because if you say I said I'm gonna talk to me while I'm praying. And I say Well, I think it was set up, I invalided messala

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even if it's secretly

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he was

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like those I embedded in my salon, because you can talk while you're pray.

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Yes, also inshallah to Allah

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on the 12th of February, Tuesdays, every Tuesday, I'll be teaching and main center. And we will continue but O'Meara will continue where we stopped at a bahara so we'll continue with the chapter of salah and that will be online and my Facebook. So from now on, I will have two classes Tuesday and main center two will be about Salah, the chapter of salah and and one is about Kitab was added here in clear exam center. All of them will be online shallaki