Who Are The Daughters Of The Prophet Pbuh

Yahya Ibrahim

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.

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Alhamdulillah wa Salatu was Salam ala rasulillah salam, Allahu Allah, Allah Allah, He will send them more that

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we are continuing with our theme for the day. The ideal Muslim are here in the University of Houston. And we've just finished discussing with you some of the rewards for the Muslims and also the Muslim women in particular in agenda.

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The next discussion that we are going to have which has been delegated for me to discuss with you is who are the daughters of the Prophet Mohammed la hottie was sent him

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this is an important topic, I'm not just going to simply answer the question, right? Obviously, there's four daughters

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for a solo law, his son in law, what do you sell them?

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We know obviously, the most famous of them is Fatima. What do you love and how are baja?

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And there is also a was a net one McQueen film.

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Why is it that Fatima has such an important role in Muslim literature and Muslim

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thought?

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It is derived from the authentic Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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were in he said, Come willamina reject the Casio.

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Many men have attained completion, meaning completion in the relationship to Allah subhana wa Tada.

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While I'm yet C'mon, Mina Nisa in LA Alba. But there are only four women who have attained the same level of completion.

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I'm going to answer why there are only four women in the discussion where we discuss Where are the women scholars.

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Only four women have attained the same level of completion.

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And the prophets I send them lifted them.

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model your move method. If not, I'm Ron, Miriam, the daughter of our Milan, the mother of Isa Elisa Salaam.

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Then the Prophet by seldom mentioned Asya, the wife of Pharaoh and

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the one whom Allah records or words for us in the portal and in sort of Italian, the last, the second last verse or so Allah subhanho wa Taala says that as he returned to a law in Georgia, saying, Rob dibny Liang decubitus, in general, Oh Allah, for the patients and for the struggle that I'm undergoing,

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build for me a house, and abode in general, when a gentleman said, I wanna Emily and save me from the action, of fear I own and his person, save me from him as well as his deeds. It is known from the authentic sermon of the prophets, I send them that Asya was one of those women

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who sacrificed herself for a loss of Hannah Montana, once around, ordered that anyone who believed in Moosa from the people of the Egyptians from the Egyptian population, that they are to be tortured, and that they are to be crucified. And it's very vivid examples and very vivid detail that Allah gives us in the portal and nucleus taharah to sujeto. The Magicians who came who were supposed to defeat Moses, they saw that Moosa what he came with was truth. They fell in frustration to Allah.

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Sophiatown immediately in a state of anger he said, that will pop the idea community last, I'm going to cut your opposite hands and feet, he would cut the right arm and the left leg. Well, I will fall live and knuckle and I am going to crucify you.

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And I am going to show you a unit a shut

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up call and I will prove to you who is more tormenting they're putting in punishment me or the God of Noosa and who is more lasting, called Roland analemma Jana minella unit or mineral Huck you We shall not put you before what we recognize from being the truth that we have witnessed. All they saw was the power that a law had given Moosa. And yet they endured this pain. asiya also went through one of the most extreme forms of torture where he made this door. It is described to us that Her skin was peeled while she was living,

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as a way of compelling her to leave the religion of Moosa.

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But she refused. And you will see

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that the most people who sacrificed for Islam, I'm not just talking at the time of the Prophet for Islam is from Adam, Adam son,

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the foremost and the first two people were always women who was the first martyr for Islam in the profit by selling time.

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So my first martyr first person who lost her life, because of her defensive Islam, who was the first person who sheltered the profit by selling them with their wealth,

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with their physical body, and with her political clout have IJA

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who was the first person to accept the Tao of Islam? It wasn't a movie, it was the first men. It was Khadija

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the Muslim woman was always the first person throughout the times of history,

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to be the first person to defend the way of Allah subhanho wa Taala asiyah, the wife of Pharaoh was it just been to Hawaii lit Khadija also attained completion

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will fall FEMA being to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Therefore we understand that you have an important role that you played in Islam,

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a role that she even played after her death

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due to her lineage, and those who sprout sprouted out of her in lineage, until the day of judgment, and we shall so the this insha Allah soon. Let us look at each of the daughters of the prophets on the law, what he was selling them and take just segments or periods of moments were when they showed their dedication to Allah and His Messenger so long, what do you send them? Let us look at Fatima and the advice that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, deeper fathima after having an Hassan kasane and having children

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she became weak in her strength. Her physical body became weak. And she came to the prophet in the Hadith ism pagan Buhari and she told them Yasuda law

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allow me to have someone to serve me She doesn't want a slave she wants to help her.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam forbade this. And he told her instead after before going to sleep, say Subhana Allah 33 times when hamdulillah 33 times will last for 33 times.

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What this faulty monsoon

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here you have the daughter of the prophets on the law while he was sending

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a man who people would give their life for not because of him personally, but because of the message he carries, right? as Muslims do we ever attach ourselves with an individual with a person? Never not even what sort of life I send them. We would attach ourselves to Him as a personality. We attach ourselves to his message, right? Let me give you the lesson that was taught to the Father in this

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the profit from the law what he was selling during the Battle of offers and we know the Muslims were under siege, under a great deal of stress. One of the mushrikeen made a false claim, he lied. He spread a lie by saying we have murdered Muhammad

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sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lying many of the Sahaba who initially heard this believed it. They dropped their swords and their weapons and their shields. They sat down on the ground crying.

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Why? At that moment, they had not yet learned the lesson. They had attached themselves to the personality to the individual, some Aloha, they were settling. So when they heard that he had passed away, they sat down.

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Sadly be more as one of the Sahaba coming late to the battlefield. And he says and he says the Mojave Manor personnel own What are you doing? called Luma Rasulullah. They thought the Prophet directly said he passed away.

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Call Amanda of my own at the highest in da da da su de la What will you do with the lashes with life after the death of Rasulullah who were moved to Alabama to LA and

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stand up and fight and die for what he died for? From the law. It was him and immediately the verses were revealed during the Battle of an alien Milan. Allah subhanho wa Taala says why Mohammedan Illa soon Mohammed is just merely a messenger in math outputting

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caught up to Mother fabrikam. If you were to die or be martyred, would you return and turn your back to that which you have already believed in.

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So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam tells fathima as he tells her, make this dua to Allah that He gives you strength.

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So she takes his words,

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and she toils with hardship. The first and most important lesson we derived from this incident

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is that faulty model the Allahu anhu she didn't look to the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam

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as just the Prophet of Allah.

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But she turned to him like her father. She says to him, Yasuda law, my father, I need some help, helped me.

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Another lesson that we derived from this is that the words of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he would give in advice to one individual of a society was also the same word he would give to his own daughter.

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It wasn't something that he would say it's my family, it were unique.

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And this is something that you have seen that is perverted. Now, hundreds of years later, what law he recently, a Muslim sister, she writes, and she says,

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My parents will not allow me to marry anyone unless he is say you

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can't marry anyone unless it's a lead. And I don't know why there are such such a large amounts of stays in Karachi.

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It's as if they all landed there, for some reason, so cannot appeal either.

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You can't marry one unless he is saved.

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But this was not the way of Rasulullah if I said it, and he didn't make this distinction.

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He didn't make this as a criteria rather what was for him. And his family was also the same as for others. Another famous incident of fathima, one of the women from a famous tribe of the unfollowed committed sex, she was a kleptomaniac. She was taking things stealing things, hiding them stealing. But she was from a famous tribe and they came to the Prophet by Solomon, they said, Yasuda law, listen,

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we know she's a thief. But she's from this tribe. She's, you know, she's, she's regal. She's from royalty. How can we extract the punishment of a law implemented upon her, it will cause a great deal of hardship. So profit for life and limb became angered, stood on his pulpit and mentioned spartina teaching us a lesson because he just mentioned she's the most complete of people. She was his most beloved daughter. He saw a lot he was send them stands on his pulpit and said, lo sobre, Fatima la casa Tada. It's my own daughter, this most beloved individual to me, if she was a thief, and she stole in a manner that this woman had stolen, I would be the first one, to order that her hands be

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cut that the love of a lobby implemented upon her.

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This is the first lesson that we derived from the daughters of the Prophet, some of the law when he was sent them, they were not made unique. Neither were his wives to law, what he was telling them. They were everyday women in society,

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they were functioning, this concept that we are better than you or we have better blood than you are, we are from this place that you are not from

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is something that is foreign to the dictates of Mohammed Salah Lord He was

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the second

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lesson that we derive from fall FEMA.

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Another incident

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is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam love for her children, specifically al Hassan Al Hussein.

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We know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his sons passed away at a very young age. None of them live to the age of maturity of puberty.

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And there are important lessons and reasons for that. In fact, there's a book that I'm working on it's called tearful moments from the life of the Prophet all of that Hadees that mentioned the moments when the prophets I seldom went

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you will see that a great deal of them are regarding his own family.

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His mother, the prophets, I seldom asked the line says his mother passed away before Islam, she passed away in a religion of other than Islam. This is the mother of all pseudo lines I send them and the Hadith in Bukhari, he says is that it will be I thought, I sought the permission of my Lord seeking it.

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That I make is still fall for my mother so that she can enter Jimena.

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Allah subhanaw taala forbade it.

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So the prophets I send them one

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another incident with the death of his son Ibrahim, which also happened to be the day that there was a major eclipse of the sun in the moon.

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The prophets I seldom held the sun and said in the line Allah Padma

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surely the eyes welled up with tears were in middle Culver lesson and surely the heart feel sorrow, sadness, when Allah fell off because they are able to him llama Zoo llama junoon and we at your departure, or Ibrahim, are in a great deal of distress and sorrow.

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The prophets I send them had daughters, who lived to be an age that his son did not reach

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at the dais. And the moments of the prophets death his what his daughter came to visit him Fatima.

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And she sat near him from the law while he was in the hospital for Al Bukhari. And it's an important lesson. And he leaned over and whispered to her something in her ear.

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Rebecca, she began to cry excessively.

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And then he consoled her, a lot of us.

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And then he whispered again in her ear, and she began to smile. And she was radiant, and stopped crying.

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After the death of little suzzallo mahadi was sending them they asked her what had he had set? What did he say? She told them about the Allahu I'm happy that he told me that I am soon to depart from this worldly life. So I cried. And then he whispered to me again, and he said that I will be from the first of his family members to join him. So the law when he was in

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the lesson that we extract from this is the very essence of the law while he was selling them.

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His attachment to his family members, and his love for them,

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did not just mean his love for them in the worldly sense. Rather, he mentioned to her that you're going to pass away and join me and she found that as something that she should be joyous for, not as something that she's to say. How could you say that? Why is it that you what you want me to die Kela she became pleased that she would rejoin her father in an agenda. It was no longer a matter of life and death, because of the love that she had for the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa early you will send them

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we take a lesson.

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From the prophets, I send them to doctors, who knows the two doctors that were given in marriage to Earth men.

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One of the Sahaba of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, the prophet didn't just bless him with one of his daughters, he gave them to us.

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Who were the two daughters

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omocha Stone,

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and rokeya.

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The prophets I seldom had immense love for Othman, the prophet was one lying down in his own home, and off man asked to enter and when he was before the Prophet said, allow him to enter the prophets I seldom sat up, made sure that his garments were flattened out and Creek properly, and instead allow him to enter. I observed this and she says, After Othman, left, why did you do this? You don't do this for any of the others. Ahava? He told her, how can I not show my show, honor and show respect to a person that that angels are shy in his presence.

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He was given two of the daughters of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And it is a great honor for him.

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showing you the trust that he had with the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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showing you that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam dealt with his daughters in a unique manner. And it's something that we take when we have our own daughters, the prophets I send them says, Man, Allah, God attain the one who raises two young girls in one narration, two sisters. He has two sisters, or in another narration, two daughters, the one who raises these two young girls properly, will ask them if that diva home and he is proper in their education and their upbringing. Couldn't get her a job, I mean, and now on the Day of Judgment, they shall be a barrier between him and the fire.

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Alarm mentioned in the wall and in a verse versus in

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operands that on the Day of Judgment, men will be running from one another yo my federal model.

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If he ran his father, his brother, his father, his wife 518 his sons what they need?

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Who is he going to be looking for if he has them

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as the scholars of fescue state, his daughters,

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he's going to be running around the Day of Judgment, if he has two daughters searching for his daughters, so that they will be a barrier between him and the fire.

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The prophets I send them therefore, dealt justly with these two doctors by giving them to the best of people.

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Let us look at daenam

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the daughter of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam, she was known to have the longest hand and one of the wives of the Prophet SAW Selim, she was known to have the longest hand, one of the wives of the Prophet SAW Selim Zina. And it was said that they would measure each other's hand the prophet SAW Selim said she will be with me in Jenna. And each of the prophets wives, they would measure their hands with each other and they would see that vein of hand wasn't that much longer. Maybe it was smaller her physical hand, what was meant that she would be constantly giving in charity.

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She was constantly giving in charity, of the most loved people to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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was off man because he had the same trait. So he blessed him with the two daughters, who are of the most dearest to him in his life. Rocky and omo consume of man was known as the person who had Vin Orion's he was a person who was blessed with the two lights

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of man was the person who was the one who stood up. When the Jewish men prohibited the people of Medina from drinking. There was a Jewish man who owned the largest well, and he used to charge the Muslims excessive amounts of money. The profit by selling them said, who will aid us in this cause? And I guarantee for him a house in jedna of men secretly went to this Jewish man and told them Look, let me buy it. He said, No, no, it makes me too much money. He told them how about I become your partner one day, I can profit from it. One day you profit from it. He said okay, off man gave him an excessive amount of money.

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On the day that off man was in charge of the well he would let the believers water themselves for two days worth of water and not charging missing.

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The Jewish man obviously lost, lost a great deal of profit. So he told them I'll sell you the rest of the well you fooled me You've tricked me. For this the profit while I sell them mentioned that nothing that man shall do after this day

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shall ever harm him.

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Nothing that he does after this day shall harm him.

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We also know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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regarding faultiness specifically,

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he mentioned that there shall be a man who shall come near the end of times

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who is known to us as a malady.

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And this term it has been abused and used by many different groups who have emerged from amongst the proper group of analysts to know and Jemima

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and Maddie is a person whom the prophets lie Selim described as being from the lineage of Fatima.

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And in some narrations from the lineage of Al Hassan others from the Hussein that he is from the prophets why Selim tribe and he comes in exits through the lineage of Fatima.

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And the commentators on this hadith they mentioned that Fatima Zahra

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and Ali, were chosen by the prophet from Lahore, they would send them and mentioned specifically, because in them was a great deal of benefit to Islam during the time of the prophet SAW Selim, and therefore after his death, and therefore near the end of time, their same form of Baraka, and their same form of blessing shall extend to that period of time, to the fact that the person who will bring about a readjustment to the world and to the systems that are found in the world, who the prophet SAW Selim said, shall bring back as in the place of oppression, justice, in the praise of oppression, shall be from her lineage, showing you that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did

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not just speak of himself, the prophet SAW Selim could have simply said he is from my generation.

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From my lineage, but he preferred to mention specifically he is from the lineage of Fatima. He didn't mention of Alli. He mentioned from the people that are descendants of Fatima as the Herat or the Allahu Allah. What about her? There are those who have gone excessively out of the bounds and have placed 40 men in a position that she is not deserving of. Right? There are those who you will hear them. You may see them from amongst the different groups of the Shia, not all Shia.

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Some of them who will state

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that Ali was cheated,

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not by Abu Bakr, Omar, those are the regulars. There are others who say that Ali was cheated by gibreel

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and the gibreel when he descended initially with the washi instead of coming to Mohammed sighs and limb, he went, instead of coming to LA, he went to Mohammed Salah la Hollywood. And therefore at the end of their prayer, they do this action where they strike their thigh three times.

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And they say Honda, Honda Honda. He was this trustful, this trustful distrustful,

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others who will make and use the name of fathima as a way of asking for some help. Yeah, for FEMA.

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Help my son helped my daughter, yeah, faulty might need a new car.

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And it becomes a way of worship for them. But the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in the lesson that he taught, specifically in his family, that he made this distinction, they are equal to everyone else, although they have special realities, that he himself, so I seldom specifically mentioned.

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And therefore, you see that the lineages of the other Daughters of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, were not as spread out as the lineage of Fatima. All of the other Daughters of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, their lineage were sequestered and were kept to a minimum. The doctors are that the children of man and others were kept to a minimum other than the lineage of Fatima, because it would serve a specific purpose. Later on in the larger scheme of things for the oma.

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The doctors of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, were of his most beloved, this is the first and most important thing. He loved them from the law what he was selling them and dealt with them as equals, throughout Muslim society. Because a law ordered it listen to the order of a law regarding mpj. Yeah, you have to be a prophet of Allah, holy as magic. Tell your wives, specifically first web fanatic. And then tell your daughters specifically, when he sat in mini and then tell the women of the believers, you mean Allah hindlimb Angelababy him that they are to cover themselves with the gene Bab with the covers of the job there Lika Edna you're often a fella you dying, that is best for

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them so that they will be known as free respectable women, and not to be molested, what kind of law who got fooled on Mahima and Allah is the most forgiving, the Most Merciful. We see the stages that Allah subhanho wa Taala showed in this revelation. Tell your why they are the most important of examples for others. Yeah, and he said a Navy of wives of the prophets.

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Allah gives them a direct order that they are to show what is in the homes of the prophets. Why Selim Isha describes that falsifies lm would perform mostly with her, would base with her. She would mend his clothes. He would cook for her from the law while he will sell them. He would clean up after her. He would enjoy time with her. He would give her a nickname. Yeah.

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Instead of Yeah, ha ha yeah, I wish she would have foot races with her. He would take her on military expeditions.

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He would defend her honors from the law while you were sending them. He would wage battles to defended some of the law while he was selling them.

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So they were the primary people whom the prophet SAW I tell them was ordered by Allah to institute this pokemon pond, and then your doctors showing you that they were the most near to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam from all of the women folk of the believers. They were those who were given to the prophets I send them preceding the dates of Islam. The prophets I send them daughters did not enter into Islam

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except with their fathers from the law.

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were selling, they had not they were not born into Islam. And showing you this evolution of the prophets of the law while he was sending him with his daughters of his daughters was a woman who was married for the Allahu Allah to one of the disbelievers. And she was kept as a ransom for masuleh his eyes, lm, Xena,

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and the profit by sell them actually had to ransom her from her husband, showing you that the profits of the law while you were selling them, was conscious of the laws of the people was conscious of the cultural practices of the people. Yet his honor, was that of the most important thing, tell your wives tell your daughters tell the women of the believers, the wives of the Prophet Lysander more his most beloved, they were also from those who he would implement the laws of Allah upon first, before others, he did not make a distinction between them and others from society. The profits of the law what he was selling them also showed their importance in the time that they

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lived. And in that role that they would play later on in their lineage that would come in after them. Also we see from the lessons of the prophets I sell them with his daughters is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in dealing with them dealt with them with love with mercy but more importantly with justice. If Fatima was to steal, I would be the first to implement the laws of Allah against her. All of it superseded. The laws of a law would supersede the ties of lineage. Basically Allah subhanho wa Taala says that as you do, oh man, you know the law. When he only asked him, you were doing a man had the law, how Rasulullah who will tell you

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you will never find the people who truly believe in a law and the final day that they shall take in love and protection. Those who fight against the law, even if they be their

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husbands or their fathers or their sons or their daughters are actually allowed to home their most intimate family members. The ties of lineage are separate in this way. And one of the great nirma bestowed to the hundreds on the law while he was selling them is that his daughters entered into the state of Islam and they followed into the example of the of the Prophet of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa early he was, these are the words that we will leave you with. We will give you a specific example. When we discuss Where are the women of the scholars. We will give you examples from the fifth of Fatima and others in showing you the importance of scholarship amongst the Muslim women of

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Islam. These are the words I leave you with sapochnik Allahumma Abrahamic a shadow a la ilaha illa Anta farofa to buena salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. I think there's supposed to be a question and answer session. That is to

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begin shortly, I guess we'll give you five minutes because they they asked me to get back on schedule, because we started a little bit late today.

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I guess I'll begin with this. First question.

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The first question that was asked it says a salaam aleikum, some people reject the punishment of the grave, they say it is not enough for and they say we, we accept that Hadith. Only those one that have a link to the portal and therefore how do you how do they not accept the Hadith? Of the two who are in the grave? who received the punishment in the grave? How can one reply to them just like hello haven? First who said that punishment of the grave is not mentioned in the Quran?

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A loss of panels Allah says in suited law firm. And now we ought to do nalley who do?

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Well, yo Mehta, who Musa azido Allah for Allah.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says in the Quran discussing the Pharaoh and his people, his soldiers, and sort of often

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and now the fire they are displayed to it in the morning hours and in the evening hours, not throughout the day. They're not immersed in the fire yet. Well, Mr. kuhmo sad then when the Day of Judgment is brought about, as a pillow are left around, enter the people of fit ion and himself into the everlasting punishment. This is a clear verse that there is punishment in the grave, and that there is punishment that precedes the punishment of the Fire. Also, the scholars of cinema have shown without any dispute, without any dispute, that the ahaadeeth of the punishment of the grave are numerous, and are authentic. from them the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and the Hadith

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And behati Ayesha got into an argument with an old Jewish woman. The old Jewish woman says to Arusha or the Allahu unha regarding urine and things of this sort, that this is something that will render a person who has it who doesn't clean himself here from urine and things that he will be punished in the grave. He said, cuz you're a liar.

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I shut up right away answered her because she hadn't heard anything from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as of yet, so the Prophet enters in this argument, Isha, who is, as you will see, when we discuss

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a woman's emotions, she was very hot blooded. She said, You are a liar. I'm not going to accept what you're saying.

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The prophets lie Selim enters into and says, No, she's correct.

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And from that day, I generated the profit by sell them whenever he would finish. Yet in the end of his prayer, he would make do I what would he say?

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What is the diet that we say before it's that I'm on equal instead? I want a

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Aloma in me

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alone, huh?

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Hello, my name caminhada jahannam.

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Woman as a

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woman fitness in Maffia, when I met woman fitness in maceda jell O Allah I seek refuge with You,

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from the punishment of the Fire from the punishment of the grave How can you say there's no punishment degree from the punishment or from the fitting of the test of life and at the moment of death

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and from lmsc at the jail, also we know the prophets I send them in numerous examples discusses certain individuals who will be punished in the grave and the reasons from it is a person who lies

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or a person who makes them EMA and the Mima, he or noccalula calamy by an analogy had it said, a person transmits words from one person to another to make.

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There is person a, person B and person C.

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Person B says to person C, I heard a saying about you.

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And he's not lying, or she's not. She's not lying, or he's not lying. He says, Aisha said about you Oh, Khadija

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that you are such and such and it's a word of truth or not changing a single word, but Fatima who is saying this she says it to make I am Khadija fall into argumentation and to detest one another.

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That is minima. The profit body seldom deemed that there was punishment in the grave for this. And in fact, he said the one who is no ma'am Lyor Cohen, gentlemen, shall not enter Paradise with the first people to enter agenda.

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So there is punishment in the grave and anyone who denies it is Jasmine

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is ignorance of his religion or he is Mohammed? He is someone who does not wish to submit to the words of Allah, or the words of his messenger Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Is it okay to fast on Saturday, or Saturday? I gotta be Americanized here.

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I give the brother in Australia, you could almost see the faces of the people. They're like, What are you trying to say? What is it that you're actually trying to get across? So is it okay to fast on Saturday,

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except the month of Ramadan.

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The prophet SAW Selim teaches us in the Sunnah, that if we are going too fast on Friday by itself, that we are either too fast Thursday or Saturday afternoon. He also teaches us that if you are if you are going too fast, just Saturday, that you should also fast a day before it or after. So you should not fast Saturday in and of itself or by yourself, because it is something that is deemed similar to the actions of the Jews for that as a day that they have made as being holy for themselves.

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You said that the fruits and things of gender are not the same as the worldly life. I've read somewhere for an hour or so know, that the people of genda will recognize the fruits in the agenda and will say we have had this before. I may be wrong. You're correct. But when they actually experience it, it's not the look of it or the taste of it or the smell of it. It is the description of it.

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It's not what it is. It's the description of it. So it's not similar to what it is that you experience in the worldly life anything that is found on Allah subhanho wa Taala at the Prophet

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seldom mentioned to us in the Hadith mentioned that there shall be rivers from the worldly life in general and mean, the Nile and the forest, the Euphrates River, does it mean that it's those same rivers?

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A local panel with Allah mentioned that there are rivers of honey

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and the rivers of milk that Allah mentions in the Koran, methodology and methodology wildermuth tahune the agenda that has been promised to those who are pirate sea and how don't mean man in Haiti acid it has in it rivers of water that never become polluted, or never change in taste. When I

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mean hammering,

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and how I mean, living in lemons are your thumb rivers of milk, that that taste never changes, what and how women are selling musasa? And then how

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humble is the Hummer? What Allah subhanaw taala the terms as wine, that which we have in the worldly life color, it is just a similar description that is different in its taste, and texture, and scent, and all of the same.

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And that that is the uniform understanding of ethnicity. Is it a must to cover the face, man

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fell into it?

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Is it a must to cover the face and hair of a Muslim woman?

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The most correct opinion, will la Harlem is that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and this is a standard answer that you will hear from many. It is preferred for the Muslim woman to cover as much of herself as she can. But there are seven things that she must perform, so that the physical hijab is accepted. And when I say physical of a job, it's not just covering, it's also the way you carry yourself, the way you live, the way you talk, the way you interact, where you go, where you do not go all of these things are also part of the job. It's not just the physical sense, there are seven essential for a job is to add value veteran Elon Musk Tesla covering all parts of the body

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except where there is an exception.

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Some of the scholars of Sundar have shown such a shuffle and Bonnie and others, that there is an exception of the face and the hands. And that is what I believe to be the most correct to the truth will la Harlem, there are others from the scholars of cinema who have also shown proof that the faith enhance should also be covered.

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At any rate, the hands and the face may remain uncovered. Second,

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from the categories that must be fulfilled for the hijab to be accepted that it is to be fit father, it is to be wide, all encompassing. And therefore if you're wearing jeans, not a job because your physical form is still defined, if you're wearing trousers, and you don't have something covering over it, at least to the knees, or at least further down that covers your body. And if something that is an overcoat or something that covers above it, you are not fulfilling this requirement, your body cannot have the form that is recognized by others in that way. So it must be supported what that all encompassing. Also, that the garment you wear is not to be see through, you cannot or

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should not be able to see the color of the skin, or what is under the garment. Also that the covering, or the actual body of the Muslim woman is not to be perfumed, there isn't to be a scent that is noticeable if she walked by a group of men or a group of people that they could smell the scent that she has of a sweet smelling fragrance for this is known to be something that is clear from the student of that also. So I sell them also that the clothing that she wears is not to be the exclusive clothing of non Muslim women on nun covers, right? Can you dress like a Catholic nun? You're saying on hijab? No, it is clothing that is recognized directly to be the clothing that is

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known only for the non Muslim women. So that is improper and does not fulfill the requirements of the job as well. Number six, wearing clothes that is known exclusively

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exclusively as the garments of known by men that only they were. So for example, you know, the red checkered cafe that the Saudi brothers were if you're going to make Alma let me give you some advice. Don't wear the hood of the red checkered coffee and think you can you know go around and make the pull off and everything is fine. You are not fulfilling the acts of hijab even if you are physically covered, and finally that the hijab that you wear

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it is not to be the best chakra. It's not to be clothing that

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Makes you or gives you a sense of it that you are exclusive or that you are above the rest, whether it's in its design, or its color, or its in its offices, a jeweler Christian, a Christian jeweler, I got it from Dubai for $700. And all it is is a black square cloth that has a stamp near the corner in gold letters. Christian Jew, are you saying Lauren or whatever it may be? That type of garment is something that is detested for you to wear and does not fulfill the requirements of a job. Can a Muslim woman marry a non Muslim men?

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If yes, are the kids that are born Muslim, a Muslim woman is not allowed to marry a non Muslim men. Now that effect the older mother had, even if you're going to look into the she and others, right? All of this people have knowledge. Throughout the history of Islam will tell you it is

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forbidden for a Muslim woman to be given in marriage to a Muslim man to a non Muslim man. The marriage is not marriage. It is Zina. It is fornication. The children that are born are born are the children of Zina. They are not given the names of the father or the biological father, all of these rules are not applicable to them. If they are Muslim, it is by their deeds, we don't say because he was born from a Muslim woman where the Jews have this. We as Muslims do not have this. Do you know that you cannot be recognized as a Jew unless you're born from a Jewish mother.

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You can't be a Jew unless your mother was Jewish.

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We don't have this in Islam. You are Muslim by the deeds that you perform and by what you believe in your heart and your office ADA is MC sitting between enlarge non Muharram allowed If so, under what conditions is eye contact and conversation allowed.

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Mix fitting in between in laws the prophet SAW Allah mentioned in the Hadith and Muslim Alhamdulillah Allah mount

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your in laws are those who are near you who are not from your Muharram. And a Muslim is a person who you are not allowed to marry because they have a tie to you, either biologically or out of the law out of being breastfed by the same mother or the same person.

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So therefore, if a person is a non Muslim, whether he's an in law or an are not the same rules that apply to other men who are foreign to you from your family, also apply to him. So make settings it would be something at the discretion of the the brother and sister based on their level of adherence to an Islam, there should not be overt setting, you're in direct contact, and you're just a free for all.

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That is not the way of Al Islam.

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What is the whole

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Alliance for women?

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The word hold a line is representative of a particular reward that is found in the agenda.

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And it's very strange that we have seen in our times, those who have denied the existence of a photo lane or those who seek to tarnish the actual understanding. They will say and this is something that happened after

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the the tragedies that have befallen the world and the Muslim Ummah, you find that there are people now who begin to say, No, no, no, no. And we don't shy away from mentioning right? For example, you can go to cbc.ca it's Canadian Broadcasting.

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It's their website, their radio and television channel and they interviewed, the brother has a use of

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and in the interview could still go on and you could still listen to it. He was asked, you know, how do you explain the 72 virgins that are promised?

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Isn't that a problem? You know, isn't that a danger in the religion? He says, may Allah subhanaw taala correct our affairs in his that is just something figurative. The word the number 72 with it just means that there's a lot of reward. And the photo lane is misunderstood. It just means that there's reward in general that's large, which is a direct

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improper that we improper interpretation of the words of Allah. And the words of Mohammed Salim we just mentioned to the Prophet mentioned that the whole line have hair. They are titled photoline that they are wide eyed maidens.

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This question is formatted improperly. If you want to know what is the photo lane we can answer. What is the photo lane for women? I'm not going to say there's some man some male Adonis

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Who is going to be set in store for you as well? That is not going to be answered what we mentioned to you as the basis of our understanding, in all matters of life, we always measure it by the direct words of Allah, the words of His Messenger and what the scholars have interpreted them as being not just one scholar, but what they agree upon in these matters, and what they agree upon in these matters that hold relating our physical

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creations from Allah, who have not been seen by Jean have not been touched by Jin, have not been known in cohabitation by Jin or in they have a physical form that is pleasing to the man who will receive them, every man who enters gender shall have to photo lane and you will say why to the scholars interprets. Have you ever wondered what Allah subhanaw taala when describing the agenda, he says, Jenna time, two gardens of Paradise, are there to separate No, every person that Allah has created, he has created for him a place in gender, and a place in the fire.

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Now, when you enter agenda, there is now a place in the fire that's vacant, who gets it, a person who was

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very sinful, he won't just have his place, he will also have the place that was destined for you. So he shall be punished with that as well. But there's also now a place in Ghana that is empty. So that's your place.

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And for every person who does righteous deeds, some will receive 2345 till common agenda to or is to move, such as the agenda you are given in inheritance. So you take it as an inheritance, you take your place, and the place of this person and this person and there are others who will take Mashallah, right? While there are also those who will be in the fire, who will take the places of numerous numerous believers who have entered the agenda. Is there any explanation as to why the prophets lie Selim

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didn't have children with all of his wives, were they all were they all not fertile? The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as we know did not choose with whom he has children or with whom he does not have children. Rather it is by the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So for example, we know that the prophets lie Selim he married, Isha, she was a virgin that he married her, and he lived with her for a period of time and they did not have any children. We can not say that she was in fertile. But we know that the prophet SAW Selim was not destined to have a child with her or others from his wives. Some of them were old in age.

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Others he did not have with them children, according to the will of Allah subhanho wa Taala. So that is a vestige we can shed some light on this question. You said the prophet will allow on he was selling them bless his two daughters, two men who were married to him at the same time. No, they weren't married to him at the same time. They were married to him one after the other after the death of one, he took on the second daughter of Rasulullah his eyes on them. May you kindly mentioned the Hikmah behind the sons of the prophets, not living beyond puberty, some of the statements of women hudgell and others explained that the prophet SAW Selim children, his sons did

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not remain, or were not given an extended period of life so that people would not hold them up to a status that they were not worthy of. In fact, you see that the cousin of little suicides and then look at what happened to Annie, right? Imagine if it was Ibrahim or cost him, the actual children of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So with a great Nima from Allah subhanho wa Taala. And in matters where you asked for hikma, we cannot say this is the hikma we say this is from the reasons or this is from the derived pigment that we perceive, because the Hikmah with Allah subhanho wa Taala is part of life. We cannot say this is the reason right?

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Can you explain the verse in the Quran that says women

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must cover their entire face except one eye? Are we all sinning because we only wear hijab I think I've shed some enough light on this question. And there is no verse in the Quran that says in those words cover all the faces except for nine right it is an interpretation of the scholars.

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According to Mohammed Salah lawani was seldom is there heaven on earth, sister Henan,

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the profits on the longwater you are seldom did not mention that there is heaven on earth in the technical sense. The people have disputed these

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said was Adam the garden that he was in Jenin the agenda that Adam was in? Was it a place on earth? Or was it the actual heaven that we will regain entrance into? And I use the word regain entrance into to tell you the correct answer right.

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The heaven of Adam that Adam was in was the heaven that Allah Subhana Allah created as a source of ultimate reward for those who believe in passed the test and return to it. How do we know this? The authentic Hadith of the Prophet SAW Selim where Adam and moves that dispute. Musa says to Adam because of your sin, we were kicked out of the agenda, which generally talking about obviously, it is the agenda that we will return to. Others have said no, no, when Allah subhanho wa Taala says to Adam

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descends from Jenna. It's the same that Allah saying to know they have been habit Salam descend from your ship. So it doesn't mean that you are descending from the heaven, that is a creation. So the second opinion is the weaker opinion because it is not built on authentic narrations. It's built on analogy or derived reasoning.

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So also, some have misinterpreted the idea in sort of Izumo. We're in a loss of Hana which Allah says when we first enter genma,

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Wakanda, and hamdulillah we shall all say and 111 levy for da da da, who has who has fulfilled his promise to us what? Well, rather than an album, lovely soda,

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who has fulfilled his promise to us, and allowed us to enter to be given this earth and all netatmo Welcome in and gentlemen Say hi, Tony Shah, who has allowed us to inherit the earth meaning to inherit a place on earth and Jehovah's Witnesses, they'll come The first thing you'll see on their pamphlets. Look, it says in here hold on, that the heaven is on Earth. That is incorrect. That is not what we believe the earth that is meant is that it is the plot of land that is given to you in the agenda, and therefore Allah joins it by saying in the agenda, so this is how we understand the statement the prophet SAW Selim didn't say, there the heaven is on Earth.

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When women pray at home, or at the mosque must her feet be covered or not? The most correct opinion is that the Muslim woman should cover the top part of her foot the instep as for the sole of the foot, it does not need to be covered whether in the masjid or others will along with them.

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Are women allowed to wear open toed shoes in public or in the mosque? The answer is no, based on what we have just said, and it's derived from the Hadith, that oma selama of the Allahu Akbar ha she asked the Prophet from the law what he was selling when she heard him mentioning that the clothing should not be touching the ground should not drag. So the process so she said, even if we do this, yes, hula, our garment our feet will be shown he told her know that the woman is allowed to leave one or two handstand touching the ground they asked well isn't this going to be to make our dresses and our garments dirty? The prophets I seldom said what comes after it. Show cleaning showing that

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the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam instructed that the woman is to cover at least the top portion of her foot will love honor.

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Thank you

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are women allowed to wear makeup when they pray?

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The answer depends on when they put the makeup and what type of makeup it is if they are in a state of blue and then they put the makeup on yes they are allowed to pray but I also warn you that a great deal of the products that you may be using specifically lipstick are derived directly from an Islamic sources such as swine, right the the lipstick,

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you can almost be sure if it's a low grade type of lipstick and it's not an organic one. It's taken directly from Swan and you can read a great deal of this in different

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articles in different places. So be careful what you wear if you are wearing nail polish and you are not in a state of will do you must remove the nail polish so that your model is valid because if you make a model on nail polish, the water does not touch your actual physical form. It's an impermeable surface material, so your will do is not intact.

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Sometimes women argue that they can wear makeup to Juma prayer at the mosque and to the eight prayers. When I asked other sisters The answer is some say yes some say no. The answer is that you are only allowed to

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beautify yourself to the one who is deserving of seeing your beauty. Right? You are allowed to beautify yourself in front of those who are deserving to see your beauty if you are beautifying yourself and there are people who are not deserving of it, meaning foreigners who are who are foreign to your family, and they see you in that state, that is something that is haram, you have not been in the obedience of Allah subhana wa tada be very conscious of this. And know that the sin of attracting the sight of men, is a public sin. Like

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a Muslim sister who does not observe hijab it's not just a personal thing. It's a thing that she's in. It's like she's a billboard, telling every person she encounters at this exact moment I'm disobeying the law. Look, look at me, I'm in the direct disobedience of a law. It's not a thing that she's hiding, to sing that she's overdone, and others are joined in it. So therefore, it's something that she needs to be extremely careful of. Are women allowed to marry their father in law?

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Most of the sisters I asked give an answer of Yes. And an answer of No, I will say that as the Allahu Alem. Because there are verses in the Koran that mentioned that she is not

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that she is allowed. If she was she wasn't raised in the home. Some of the scholars have interpreted it, that if she was not known to the to the father in law, then yes, others say no, Allahu Adam, that you can probably ask those who are specialized in this field maybe of Dr. Mohammed in the valley, who is in one of your states, that would probably be the best person for you to turn to in this issue. I'm not really sure if he's covered it in his book series, which is Mashallah very beneficial for you to pick up. So I'm not really sure if that was covered in it so you can return to that book.

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In the Hadith the prophet SAW, Selim said, all of my own shall enter Paradise except those reviews. So does that mean irrespective of their things, after going to hell for our sins, we will ultimately go to heaven? And how did that start from building in Muslims to take confidence that they will be going to heaven anyways.

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Abu Dhabi and the Hadith in Sahih, Al Bukhari heard the Prophet five mentioned, all believers shall enter the agenda.

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I will borrow at that moment said yeah, rasulillah weddings in our setup. What if he's, yeah, he's Muslim, but he commits.

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he commits

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fornication, and he

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steals He's a thief. The prophet SAW Selim said, what ends in our setup, even if he commits fornication and CLC will eventually enter the agenda above or less than returned after a little bit and said

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he couldn't conceptualize it. He said, Yeah, it'll Sula LA. What in them? How are setup? I'm telling you, he's a he's a fornicator. And he steals but he's Muslim. Will he entered agenda? The prophet SAW Selim says, Yes, he returns the game and asked the same thing. And finally, the problem I said, and said, are awesome. And even if it means that he's going to be lowered, whether he likes it or not.

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The person shall intergender

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we believe, at nakida should know in Jamaat is that a person who believes in Allah and has even half of an atom's weight of a man of belief in La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah and does not negate his belief with schilke does not enter into Shem. He shall eventually enter gender, some people will be punished. Other people Allah subhanho wa Taala will completely forgive. Listen to the example and the Hadith ism Buhari. The Prophet describes the condition of a man who committed all types of things. And before the moment of his death, he says to his children, when I die, burn my body and scatter the ashes and its remains some in the ocean, some in the wind, some on the land, let in

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Katara, if Allah subhanaw taala is able to rejoin me back together, now 77 shalida he's surely going to punish me. Showing he recognized that a loss of Hannah to Allah

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is watching over him. So Allah as the prophets I seldom mentioned, she'll bring this men together. And she'll say to him, what means you do this, he shall say Maha Fetty because I feared you a lot. He shall be forgiven and entered into an agenda. Allah subhanaw taala will forgive those who may have committed numerous things. But Allah knows the condition that is in their hearts. One of the hobbit was an alcoholic.

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Sahabi he was an alcoholic

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and the profit from not wanting to sell them used to order that he be punished for this thing. And some of the Cahaba would laugh at him and they would say, look at the How can a person do to himself and dishonor himself. He does not love a lot. And as much as little prophets I seldom said, Allah knows that he loves a lot in this messenger, he has faith. He has a man in a loss of time and Medina. So it's not just a matter of things. And that's why it's important that we make sure that we as Muslims as human beings, never act as judges of a person's faith.

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Right? So only it's always with a loss of power to Allah. The prophet SAW Selim says,

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you will find a man yeah man will be Emily Allen, Jenna hatami, akuna minha Illa de la, he will do the deeds and the Hadith is the quality of the people of gender. He's just an arm's length from gender. He's just about there. So yeah, I'm not sure how many I live now for now. But he shall do the deeds of the people the five meaning he shall disbelieve or that he will do the deeds of the people of the fire and he shall be placed in the fire. And at the same time, Yamanaka emiliana. Now my akumina illa de la he does the same of the people of the fires. He's just an arm's length away. And then he believes in Allah and he enters gender. And then and Hadith in Bukhari, he comes to the

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prophet in the middle of a battle. And he tells him you know, pseudo Allah, should I believe in you first or fight in defense for you? The prophets I send them says believe, soon after, that person hadn't still prayed hadn't learned verses from the Koran nothing. Soon after, in the middle of that thing, battle that man was martyred. The prophet SAW Selim says, Oroville Genoa, miaka caraka, I can see him proceeded precede them in genda. And he has vowed a single time to Allah. Never in your life, cause yourself to be a judge of a person's faith.

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You are witnesses. We are witnesses unto mankind, of the deeds that they perform, and we judge by the laws of Allah, but we never in our life, make ourselves judges of what is found internally. Even Mohammed by Selim did not do this. The prophets I seldom knew who were hypocrites and who weren't. The prophets I seldom say the people are hypocrites. He knows a law informed him. Did he say these people are hypocrites up with their head? Can

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he Sabu Mengele? The Prophet says boys, too. I've been sent to wage a struggle against mankind until they believe La ilaha illAllah Muhammad Rasulullah and that they perform therefore that and give them

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the prophets why Selim didn't mention for young and didn't mention Hajj. Why? Because their internal beats a person can pretend these fasting right?

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Kenna for certain person pretend to pay for a cat. No, it's no you don't have money you give the cat. If known, this person hasn't come to you. Tomorrow, he hasn't come to the Gema things that are known and apparent is what the prophets lie Selim would judge the people upon.

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And then he said what he said about the law, the rest of their affair is with Allah subhanho wa Taala. Never be from those who deem a person is this person, Muslim or not Muslim.

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You have not been sent as a protector and as a person to judge people. Rather, we are witnesses of the deeds that people perform. And we deal with them based on their levels of belief in Allah subhanho wa Taala based on their interaction that are required by Allah subhanaw taala. Can you tell everyone

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about demonstrations tomorrow, protests

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for Palestine, and Israeli Aggression for all Muslims, and all Muslims are to unite.

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There's one in front of the Galleria, and once heimer I think

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I'm not going to be an advocate of demonstrations. I'll tell you why.

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First, they have no roots in Islam. Who were the first people to demonstrate communists, socialists, right. They weren't people. It's a new phenomenon. It's a new phenomenon. It's not something that was known. Even 200 300 years ago.

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People never stood in front of an embassy or stood in front of someone's house and said, Unless you stop this, we're going to sit here and we're going to protest and carry placards and say down down with whoever that's foreign to Islam. It's foreign to all other levels of society as well. Second, there is no actual

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source of benefit from it. Rather, it is something that causes Muslims to fall into sin.

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You may touch someone's property, you may trample someone's lawn, you may break some something that doesn't belong to you, you may get carried away with your emotion and say something that is improper, you may interact with people who you shouldn't be interacting, you bump into a sister bumped into a brother,

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it may lead you to committing a sin. Third, it's something that has not been recommended by any of the scholars of Islam. Look throughout the books of history of past and contemporary scholars and see who from the scholars of Islam recognize holism Just give me one person who says that a demonstration is a valid form of Islamic expression. It's a valid form of earning reward from Allah subhanaw taala. You won't find it. So therefore, I won't advertise it. Because it's not something that brings about a change. How do we help the change in Palestine?

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That's the question that can be asked, What do you do to bring a chain? Let me

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I'm going to do I, I'm notorious for this. I want you to interact with me, I'm going to prove a simple point to you. I want I'm going to ask two questions. inshallah. The first question I want you to enter by raising your hand brothers and sisters in sha Allah, just raise your hand in affirmative answer. How many of you fast the month of Ramadan when it's Ramadan? If you're able? How many of you?

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Mashallah 99.92% because of, you know, trial and error and things like that, right?

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We want to be precise.

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Now, the second question, how many of you present just present today can say in the last month,

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just one month that they have not missed a single digit in its proper time?

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Don't answer don't answer, no one answer.

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Don't answer. Just answer inside yourself.

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and ponder this question. And if you yourself can answer now answer on behalf of your wife, your children who are of age to pray, your friends, your family members, those who are required to pray as Muslims answer on their behalf inside yourself, how many just fulfill this basic duty 30 days? They haven't missed a single prayer.

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The danger of my brothers and sisters is not what is happening to our brothers over there. It's what's here. You're living in here. Right? You are in greater peril and danger than the brothers over there and the sisters over there. They lose their lives. Right. But they may have conviction. They know they're being killed because they're Muslim. Their land is being stolen because they're Muslim. They're hated because they're Muslim. But over here, you're attending university you know, Mashallah, you have a car that you're financing. You know, you have a nice student loan that you will eventually have to pay Reba for. Everything's going well, you know, it's alright, I'm Mom, I'm

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fine.

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Let's go and protest.

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Let's go for two hours and stand in front of someone's embassy won't help us anyway, regardless of what we say.

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That is not how you bring about a change that is positive.

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It's the only way is by being practical, practical in implementing the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu he was sending me from those who are constantly in their prayer.

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You won't be asked about them until you're asked about further you're going to be asked about so many things before Allah subhanaw taala will finally asked you what did you do to help your brothers in and sisters in Palestine right? It's not going to be the first thing on the list the prophets I send them says our Luma use lol Abdo and Julio malkia Allah. First thing a person will be asked about on the Day of Judgment is his prayer. Is that follow hot? If it's accepted, if it's complete, the rest of his deeds are accepted by Allah subhanho wa Taala. Let us look at things in the proper perspective.

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Can you specify for the sake of knowledge and understanding that there is a Surah Surah Nisa but no sort of that region mentioned in the Quran to signify the importance of women in Islam? Women, my brothers and sisters have been honored in Islam in such a way that you can never comprehend. Let me give you

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sort of

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look at this indirect way of a loss of animal to Allah honoring the Muslim woman. A loss of animals Allah mentioned the story of Moosa and unscented, right? You we all know the story. Moosa said I'm the most knowledgeable of people a lot to prove a point and not to let him

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thinks that he is higher than his status. He tells him we have a worshipping servant that is more knowledgeable than you. Go and learn from him. Moosa goes and meets up with a leader who is a prophet of Allah according to the most authentic opinions of

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the scholars. I will say that it tells him I'm going to do certain things that you are going to find questionable. Don't question me.

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One of the things that he does is that he meets a young child and kills him.

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Moosa says, How could you could you just murdered nest and Zach as a young soul that has not done anything wrong if a young child male child, why would you do this?

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later on and explains

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that this young child when he grew old in age because of his deviance, he would be a source of fitness to the parents that would cause his parents to disbelieve in Allah.

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For our darbuka Villa, Houma, Hira Minh, who's a captain was a corridor of na. So Allah decided to remove this male child

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so that the parents will remain upon this lamb and bring in his place, a child that will be closer to them in mercy and in love. What do you think the scholars of Islam interpret the second child is going to be

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a woman, a doctor? So Pamela,

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a woman who will be a doctor who will be merciful to them tender with them, who will take care of them who will bring them closer to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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It's important to recognize that the status of the Muslim woman has been expressed in numerous numerous ways that the status of the Muslim man has not been, and especially when we know that the highest of all individuals in society is the mother.

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The daughter is the wife and is the sister from direct quotes of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, which which we will cover later on in sha Allah

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understood that all doctors have Mohammed sama longwater you were Salim were of Khadija Is this correct? If so didn't the prophets I seldom have any children afterwards, while in Islam, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam had children other than with Khadija.

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He also had a child with

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malaria or Marielle. Korea, who was not from Nigeria. So it's not just from the Khadija that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam had children, but they did not live for an extensive period of time.

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Can you repeat

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which area in the Quran speaks about punishment in the grave? It is in the area in sort of author.

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And now your aduna Allah will do one mushiya the fire they shall be displayed to it mornings in the evenings, why elements of Formosa. And when the day of judgment comes at Siu, around a shed, they'll adapt.

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When the Day of Judgment arrived, and they have been tried and put to task, enter, the people have surrounded himself into the most severe, everlasting punishment of the Fire.

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I heard something about a man having the right to his wife and his slaves.

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Is this true? And what exactly does that mean?

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When you say right, what do you mean by right? Do you mean? cohabitation? Is that word? Because I don't want to read into the question.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, as Allah mentions in the Quran is sort of me noon and others that

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he couldn't find

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the ability to cohabit in a legal way to what one has as a legal wife, and man Melaka is a man who come and that with your right hand possesses at a particular period of time, there was the institution of slavery and it was not in the sense that you would think, slavery, the plantations and things of that nature, it was something which had a different form. And in that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, it was something that was known and was practiced not just by the Arabs of the time, but by all of the different varying cultures in that period of era. And Islam was the first to streamline the process of ending slavery. And it was a gradual process, just like the

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gradual process of ending alcohol from the lives of the believers. So this is how it is to be viewed. It is not something that we say, go out at now and enslave someone that is something that is improper and harm in our current time in our current places and in our current lands. So this is a

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Not,

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not what is to be understood.

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Another question about covering the face I guess it's an issue here

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as all other places,

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what are good deeds. For example, when someone says a good deed, I think of something like helping an old lady cross the street.

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A good deed is an act. We're in a person sets is in a good deed that one earns reward from it is an act that a person has the proper intention of doing it for the pleasure of Allah Subhana who wants to Allah, and that act is in conformity to the Sunnah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam you can do a good deed by doing something wrong.

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That's against the Sunnah and saying, but I'm sincere, and at the same time, you can't use sooner and not have intention of pleasing a law and say that it's a good deed. So you must fulfill the Sunnah of the Prophet by Selim. And you must have the intention of earning reward from Allah subhanho wa Taala. Good deeds are a varying type

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of the simplest good deeds is to smile in the face of your brother or your sister. So Pamela, without even saying a word without interacting, just see a brother far away or unless he's, you know, a non Muslim. I'm not telling the sisters now. Send out mixed signals. I don't want it to get out on the internet brother. Yes, he is saying that the sisters are to smile to the brother. Not what I'm saying.

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Have a similar GFI YG Effie sada smiling in the face of your brother is charity. So the sister smile to the sisters? Right brothers smiles are the brothers. That's what's meant.

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Yeah, make it I gotta make it clear. inshallah, we'll take the last question. This will be the last question in Sharla.

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What is the effect of Agnes sooner regarding

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the period of jahannam? whether it will end eventually, or shall continue to burn forever and ever? What is the view of shekel Islam of the Tamia and others regarding this? How about other scholars? Instead of saying the view chef and Islam of new Tamia and other scholars, we will just say what is known to be the most correct opinion of the scholars of Allison nangia. Math, past and present. The fire is eternal.

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Those who are deserving of its punishment to remain in it for eternity shall be in it for eternity. Those of the believers who sin and Allah does not expunge their sins with his infinite mercy, right at the moments of their facade. And the prophets lie Selim Chaparral does not reach them until later and they are in the fire eventually they shall escape it.

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The agenda is eternal and the fire as our eternal that is the statement that we are to focus on. It's not whether a particular individual or non have made errors check on Islam of Lithuania was just a human being right.

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He's a human being. And in these matters, it is from the matters where there is no nothing. There's nothing that says the fire comes to an end in the corner in the center of the profit by selling it based on interpretation. The interpretation of the majority of the scholars have to know in Jamaica is that the fire is eternal. For those who disbelieve in Allah Subhana Allah those who are believers shall eventually be removed from it and admitted to the agenda. This is where we will conclude some clinical lahoma handig A Chateau de la ilaha illa Anta suffruticosa