Yaser Birjas – Class 20 Ta’Seel

Yaser Birjas
AI: Summary © The importance of Islam is highlighted, including its topics such as obtaining the "pious" and finding one's own values. The challenges of finding a job and finding a job for students, as well as finding people who deserve their positions are also discussed. Iran's criminal actions and negative consequences of recent actions, along with Iran's actions over the past few years, are also highlighted. The speakers urge caution and caution against taking too much risk.
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Early was trying to sell them to Sleeman Kathira mama but rather the sisters as we read Inshallah, to Allah from the book on das raras accom. The inner secrets of the cow, we've already covered the five of these inner sacred Imam, an imam Ibn pedometer him a lot as he mentioned. So I'll just remind you with these,

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with EEG actually items through quickly shallow the water go down, and the first thing that we need to learn in regards to the subject of Zika. The first thing is to know that is actually you doing it because Allah subhanaw taala is testing you, Allah subhana wa Taala disagree with what you love the most, which is your wealth and your money. And also to be free from this from the culture of stinginess, or this the feeling of stinginess over here. So that's the first thing we talked about. Then we talked about the second one, and, and that's when you give it, you give it and try your best to stay away from Maria was Summa, you're not showing off at all. So you're doing it secretly

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between you and the needy person or the poor, or the agency that you're giving the car to shallow to borrow Kotara, even though it is still permissible to give the car publicly. The third one, we said that when you give you the car, making sure that you don't show a favor upon the needy, the mindfuck is the other way around you that the needy have the favor on you to accept as a cat from you anyway, because that's the hack of the poor and you're responsible to pay to pay it and give it to the poor. The fourth one, we say that whenever you give whatever you give, no matter what the amount is, you always think of it to be what little it's not that much because you're not giving whatever that is

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you give it for the sake of Allah subhanho wa Taala in ratio in proportion to how much how much Allah subhana blessed you that what you give is really nothing. So never ever think that you're given enough or giving too much for the sake of Allah azza wa jal and the fifth one we say that when you give, you need to make sure that you give among the average of what you ought to have, don't give up the least valuable and you don't have to give the most expensive thing out in charge or zurka. Choose something that has a handle out of diamond you will be pleased to accept. So therefore also should be pleased when you give insha Allah Who Azusa then we can do number six inshallah Tada.

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That's what we're going to be talking about Estrada inshallah. So for those who are really with us, we are at the sixth duty in sha Allah azza wa jal, that's on page number 62, basically to the sixth duty Bismillah

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Bismillah Salatu was Salam ala Rasulillah Salallahu Alaihe. Salam, the author had been put down on Rahim Allah says, the sixth duty is to seek for his son about people through whom it becomes pure. These are specific people from the eight categories who have the following characteristics. So before we move on, move on to what is the exactly, he said of him a lot, I want to give you a sadhaka or Zika. In this case, choose someone who will truly benefit from that Zika and they will be purified by that Zika someone when you give it to them and hamdulillah it falls into their hands. They benefit in the dunya and akhira. He says these are people. Among the eight categories mentioned

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sort of the Toba has specific qualities. So if you if we pause a little bit and talk about the eight categories that Allah subhanaw mentioned sort of Toba, Allah Allah says and sort of the debacle in the Masada to learn for Cora evil Misaki. So Allah says that the sadaqa was musica should be given first for Cora. Moroccan, the difference between for Cora and Moroccan, the for clear, is the poor who asks and begs, I have no problem doing that. Al miskeen is the one who has a need that is feeling ashamed, or at least feeling embarrassed to publicize so they actually they usually suffer in silence, no one noticed their needs panela those are the my second, the third category Allah says

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what what I believe in Allah, Who are these two are Amin Allah Yeah, those who collect the Zika at the time of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they used to be a man as a car, people travel around in the cities and the towns and they collect the car from the people. Nowadays, the LMI they say that agencies that actually runs the collection of the car and so on. They fall under the same category as well. Number four card Walmart Alexa T Hulu boom, those whom Allah subhana wa Tada wants to soften their hearts. Allah wants to softer their heart to Islam, the other two people, two kinds of people, non Muslims, so they become Muslims. And Muslims who are afraid we are afraid that they

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might lose their faith under these circumstances. So the circumstances of Poverty and need it just kind of overwhelming for them. So when you give them that gives them hope so it keeps their Eman confirmed in their hearts. Then Allah says cut off a recap. To recap these are now the slaves, those who are in slavery so that you can buy and freedom for the sake of Allah azza wa jal you buy a new freedom for the sake of Allah and sometimes some other time back then some of the slaves they had something called ket kitab. Then meaning our Macatawa so they have an agree

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meant what their master that if they can work and earn a specific income that they give to their master will be sufficient to set them free. So sometimes the macadam will look at them, in this case come to you and says, Look, I, I'm sure for example $200 $300 $500 I'm falling behind on my schedule. So if I might lose that condition without actually agreement with my master, could you help me out with that. So they will give them from the cattlemen, the cattlemen, and they will set themselves free from that. The sixth one Cavallari mean, a lot. I mean, are those people who are deeply in debt and usually usually having public debts? What does that exactly mean? These are the

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people who try to reconcile between others when they have some disputes in the community. And the whole dispute can be resolved if there is some sort of like financial compensation. And the arbitrator or the mediator says, Okay, how much do you guys how much do you want for this to solve the situation? Those are $15,000. And this man says, You know what, I got it allocated that 18,000. And we can end this right now. And then this man who now takes it upon himself to do that, can ask for Matt Azuka says, Look, I don't have all that money, can you guys help me out to settle the situation between the community, so they are allowed to ask for that not everybody who's in debt

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actually, is eligible for DACA just to let you know, there's more details, but this is not the place to talk about the details when it comes to the Zika aspect, the Saboten kullfi Sibylla visa Bill Allah al geography sebelah those fighters who go to fight for the sake of Allah subhanho wa taala. Now this is a category that's been widely, I would say stretched. Nowadays, people they open the door for saying anything that has to do with the data is can falls under the category of Usabilla, which is not really the opinion of the majority of the Allama. So they say I'll massage Islamic schools have programs this and that, and they open it to almost everything. And as a matter of fact,

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especially for us in America, if you're going to open this door right now to say if you say Bill, Allah is building massage and Islamic centers and so on, the poor will never receive anything.

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Because everybody's going to put their their money into our cough. Civil damage is better for me than giving someone something to eat it and then it's gone. And as a result, the for Cora and Misaki and probably will suffer if we don't give the car to them. And the last one here says Calabrese Sebby the traveler who is stranded, someone comes to the message and says, Look, I'm traveling to California. I'm going to New York, whatever. I'm stranded over here. Is it okay if you guys can help him out with something. So we have the mark for example, with lodging with a ticket Friday, they go to their destination, give them something it's okay to give them from the QA as well too. So, these

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are the eight categories that Allah subhanaw taala mentioned sort of October. Now in Habermann. Kodama, Rahim Allah, He says, among these people, these eight categories, there are people who deserve it more than others.

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So those are the ones when you give it to them, it makes them better. It actually is Kuba means that their heart is purified their actions their life is better. Who are these people? He says, Here are the categories.

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First, you should seek the pious for by doing so he will return their concern back to Allah Most High

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in Abdullah and I was aware that your loved one used to choose between the people while they were in prostration. Then he would go to them with a personal dinars and denims and golden servo. And put it by their sandals in such a way that they sensed it, but not where he was. When he was asked What stops you from sending it to them. He replied, I really disliked the thought of their faces changing color upon seeing my messenger or meeting me. So what does it mean? Here's how this is one of beautiful examples. The first thing he says palette taqwa, someone when you give them zurka Alhamdulillah it frees them to worship Allah subhanho wa taala. Like some people, they want to come

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to the masjid. They can't, they would like to attend Halaqaat like this, they're unable to do that. They would like to have a rest at night so they can wake up for the hygiene, but they can't because they have to wake up on work and listen, because they're always short on providing for their families. They're poor, they're my psyche in problem. Because these people if you give them that money Alhamdulillah it sets them free and makes them worship Allah subhanho wa Taala so they don't have to be distracted by their needs, rather than is focused right now under a bada and then the GPA. So he gave an example here of AMRAP dilemna Zubayr. The himolla Allah said that he used to look

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in the masjid who should he give his the Coteaux and he would look at the people who recognize that they might be not necessarily one of the richest people but look at them. They're coming to the masjid to pray. So they took a break from their hard work in the marketplace probably and they came to prey. So he waits for them when they're in the research there. And they approached him from behind and he leaves a

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Sora, which is that bag of money, he lives by their shoes. By the way back then they used to pray were in their shoes and their sandals. He says, so he lives it by their sandals didn't wear their feet. And then he walks away.

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Because he doesn't want them to know who gave him the money. So somebody saw them. And he says, like, why don't you just give it to them in their face, he goes, Look, I don't want them, I don't want to see their face when I'm giving them that money. Like, I don't want them to feel awkward, they feel embarrassed to feel shy. And maybe sometimes that makes them actually reject that.

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Because they're so dignified, that they don't want to feel that they're in need and accept that. So they say, they will reject us, these other ones will feel that, so I'm just giving it to them and the spiritual leader, because he's doing it again, for the sake of Allah subhana wa Tada. And doing it secretly, like one of the points we mentioned about Osiris Zakka, you give it discreetly so no one know where this is coming from now

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to the recipient should be one of those who have devoted themselves to supporting knowledge and spreading the religion that equals strengthening the Sharia. Now, he one of the categories is tolerated and oral Allama. Now, in the past, in the past, Allah ma, they used to be sponsored by the state, or mainly, and usually by Alkaff, none, this is the state, I will call off some of the rich people, merchants Hello, before they die, or what during their lifetime, they can dedicate an entire shopping center or even

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businesses that they leave behind, or even lands. So they dedicate that to the to the school Islamic school, for example. And it's called Madras. So these schools right now, whatever, whatever our income comes out of these businesses, that goes to sponsor the thought about their own this, the school, the expenses, and so forth. So the dilemma used to be well taken care of, by this outcome. However, there are times there were times these are not sufficient.

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Some of the elements of Hala will be in hardships depends on the circumstances, as the grandmother used to say, follow

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an action for alpha trophy I'ma Amyl for kaha, that poverty lives in the turbots of the Allama and the fuqaha. Because if they want to dedicate themselves to their human knowledge, they are going to miss a lot of business opportunities that they could actually flourish from. And if they're going to dedicate themselves to the business, probably they're not going to have enough time to learn and teach. So therefore, they say, You know what, you have to make that choice, some Allama mashallah, they were known to be professionals, like you might be handy for him, Allah was a merchant. And he was he was actually he has his business as well to. Some of them are they come actually, from a

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specific kind of profession, like an has had, you know, all these people, the professionals, basically, like blacksmiths, and so on. But other Allama didn't have that opportunity, so dedicate themselves to knowledge. And they were unable maybe to dedicate time for that for that particular job. So therefore, it says that if you know some of these students of knowledge and tolerated, who deserve that the car, probably it's better for you, because you will strengthen them shall allow data to dedicate their time to their own and spread that and that doesn't mean that does not mean to make them become completely dependent on the car.

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And I wouldn't ever recommend for students of knowledge really to take the extra car from the people. They need to make sure that they don't actually they handle they have a side hustle for themselves, that kind of shallow data, bring them an income enough for them to survive. And also to, to learn. Sometimes the teachers actually they are handler they receive a lot of money and charities and grants from merchants and business people and leaders. And those teachers, they they themselves they dedicate that when it was their students and I remember we used to live with chocolate I mean, Rahim Allah, Allah Allah, this used to happen so every time every now and then share with me and he

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starts he announced that shallow Tara by the end of the month, you guys are going to receive and stipend and just like a hamdulillah mashallah shell Oh, we all broke martial law. But it was it was a good time to receive something like this when the winter arrives. And that was one of the most beautiful moments of Hala that was the first time I really see the chef at me Rahim Allah, on a completely different level in usually people they see him as a teacher. He sits there in front of everybody, these 1000s of people and starts teaching. But in the in the dorm, there is always that special time that the students who live in the dorms spend with the chef. So that was one of those

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times that it was coming closer to the wintertime. It wasn't the fall. So the sheriff had a casual setting with the students and he was telling us to speak into us not like students. He goes might yeah, I've known my children, not my students. You have no idea that winter is coming, it's gonna get cold. So if anybody's actually short on clothes, or anything like that, let us know. Talk to Sheikh Abdul Rahman and he insha Allah Allah will assign for you a stipend. They will take care of this for you blah, blah, blah. And just like I'm just looking at the chef and this introduce me

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like crying like wow it's so beautiful.

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It's so beautiful. And sometimes the shake in order for us to feel hamdulillah not Yanni feel guilty for receiving that money. What did he does he he creates competitions.

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So who's gonna memorize for example, the first Jesus Surah Baqarah will get this much money, those who memorize this particular manual of knowledge, they get this much money for example, those who participate in this for example, they get this much money and sometimes they employ the students. Back then we used to work on cassettes. You guys know what cassettes are? Those loads of things. Yeah, cassettes back then. So after the session is over, they give it to some students who are paid to transcribe everything. Like I did that one time it was it was so hard to like, I couldn't continue because when you do you have the whole recorder with you and

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the record the cassette player, and you keep pausing at a table back and forward and back again. And just like because you want to you don't miss a word and you keep you know, writing with your own hands. And after you're done, whether they use your handwriting to print that out, or basically copy it or they give it to somebody else who will type it up on a computer or whatever. And then it says distributed to the students for every page you get mashallah, this much money. The idea is the chef Rahim Allah Allah was diversifying the way he distribute that money so the students don't feel they're actually getting the care or charity. Now remember my departure day when I was leaving, I

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shared how other Muslims have with Allah to Allah. He called us me and another friend of mine, he so we spoke after we were done. As we were leaving from his house. He said, I want to give you something and we just handler or first start shining, right? As a gift, and he goes, but I'm just letting you know, that is the company.

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When he said it was the car money, I said, Chef, I'm not gonna take it, although I needed it. But while I did not feel comfortable taking this account, I said sure I can take it. He said, That's fine, shallow Tana. But then the next day as I was leaving going to the bus Shehab Rama dash came to me with an envelope that has a lot of eagles don't open it until you leave the city. So I kept it And subhanAllah when I was in the bus as holding it waiting for us to leave the the city limits the amount of the city limits I opened there was a beautiful letter from him have it Allah I still have it until this day with me hamdulillah and there was an amount of cash mashallah, and it's not a big

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amount of cash, but for someone who's from zero to into something, it was was a blessing hamdulillah Berman. So again, those that kind of money, if you want to give it to a student of knowledge or Ireland or a che whatever that is, if they are needed, there are ways to do it in a proper way inshAllah waterco Number three, remember that blessings come from Allah alone, without focusing on the means except by giving things to others as much as the chiral dictates those who always recite praises what given we'll also blame a person when he does not give what he says that when you give it to somebody make sure that person he doesn't attribute that number to you. He attributes the

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number to who to Allah subhana wa Donna because if if he attributes that number to you the next the following month when you don't give him that type and what is your gonna say about you? Such a mean person.

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What a stingy guy, what is this? What is that and he forgot about the five, six months you'll be given him every every month. That type of people when they attribute that that blessing or that namah to you is a dangerous. We want to make sure that the people who receives it, they know that a blessing from Allah subhanho wa taala. They appreciate that NEMA from Allah azza wa jal, but at the same time when they talk to you, they also appreciate you but they don't exaggerate that praise. When you hear someone over exaggerating the praise, that means you know what, their heart is not in the right place. It's not in the right place. But if they said is that Calaca Wallah, appreciate

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that thank you so much for helping out handle that. That's normal. That's okay. But oh my god, thank you very much. You are a blessing from God. You are a gift from Allah azza wa jal. That means actually, he's he's saying that it's you who's giving me this. So we need to make sure that even when you give people as they praise you, you need to try your best to calm them down, so that you let them know Look, no, it's not about me that's a visit from Allah subhanahu thank Allah Allah for does not mean you make sure that you direct their thank to Allah subhana wa Taala not to yourself now for concealing one's property, need and complaints. The fourth quality is that the recipient

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having concealed as property poverty, need and complaint as Allah Most High says for lack monitoring. Yes, I will hold Hallo. Me Up Nia. I'm in a dark movie, and ignorant person would think them self sufficient because of their restraint. Now, the seeker will not catch these in his net unless he looks for them. And as for the people of every locality about men, with these characters,

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sticks. So what he's saying or hammer louder over here, look, those are obvious what their needs may be not necessary those who will need it, they will need it the most.

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But those who needed the most, they're completely concealed from us.

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They're living their normal life. And they go about their life like everybody else, but we don't know that they're actually there in poverty. There is so much need for that blessing from Allah subhanho wa taala. So what'd he say? He suggests he goes, Look, ask, ask around. Just because someone is obvious to be needy doesn't necessarily he's the one who really need the most. But if you ask some other people, they will know some families are in great health, distress, and they have some situations and circumstances. So it's better for you to look for these people. So you can surprise them from from going out into the public and start asking now.

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The fifth quality is that the recipient should have a family or being restrained by illness or death. Such a person is among the restrain ones. And being charitable towards him is a way of releasing him not. So how that happens a lot specifically nowadays, when people are unfortunately in prison unjustly, whether it's a Muslim country, some people they put in prison because of political views and so on, whatever here in America as well, too. So Muslims are ended up unfortunate in prison, because again, of their political views, or whatever reasons for that. So these people, if they were not in prison, they will be taken care of their families that Hamdulillah I mean, very,

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very, very well.

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So while there are dealing with a fitna and a trial and prison, malice pan out, or at least amount of blood, I mean, it will be very virtuous for the community to take care of their families, even if it was from the cattlemen,

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so that their family don't have to go out and say, Hey, we're short on rent. No, we need as a community to mobilize, and make sure that we know these people, if there's anybody that needs help with that nature, insha Allah Allah to take care of them in the lie, as of now, the sixth quality is that you should be a relative close of kin, so that the gift would be both a southern bow and maintaining the ties of kinship.

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And that's obviously is from the height of the Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam is that when when, when you have somebody's from your family, it's even double that because now you'll give in charity, and also maintaining what the ties of kinship, that's what he means by that. Now,

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if someone has two or more of these characteristics, giving to him is better. The superiority of giving to him depends on how many of these characteristics he has, I think this is very obviously unclear. If you have a relative who's May Allah subhanaw taala make it easy for them in prison because of, you know, injustice been done against them, who is someone whose mashallah are students of knowledge.

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They're very pure hearted hamdulillah attach themselves to Allah subhana wa that you can collect all these qualities in one individual, that is the best person to give to you as a cattleman.

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But if someone doesn't have these, all these qualities, then the closer you know, you have to come to compile them all in one person will be better you shall allow Tana otherwise, you will just do your best, you will do our best by trying to see where who deserves it the most, and they will give it their inshallah Zoda. Now

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section two on the etiquettes of the recipient of Zika. So his first thought about the etiquette and adapt of the one who has given us occur. Now May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us from being in this position? If anyone was in a position to be a recipient of Zika? How should they hold themselves in the manners for them to receive this occur? Now?

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Do you receive Zika have to belong to one of eight categories and have the following duties. So we talked about these eight categories as they were mentioned, sort of a Tober. That's obviously for DACA. But for sadhaka, we mentioned that in one of the hundreds here you can give the sadhaka to anybody, but the for DACA needs to be to these categories. Now. The first duty is that the recipient should understand that Allah Most High has ordained the expenditure of Zika on him so that his concerns would be removed. And he could direct all of his focus towards seeking Allah's acceptance. What does that exactly mean? You're not collecting the card just because it's free money.

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Like unfortunately, unfortunately, sometimes as a community, we enable some of these people, you know, who's asking too much really.

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So they keep you know, bouncing around from one method to other method from one agency to another agency, because it's free money.

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And because it's free money, why not we keep taking it And subhanAllah they might take more than what they deserve, and they leave nothing for those already deserve. So he says Rahim Allah, Allah, this person needs to understand that when Allah Subhana Allah Allah has commanded the rich to give you this occur to give this person does occur. This person needs to understand is to help him relieve themselves from the stress of worrying about the risk, so they don't have to keep pursuing that. So if this person that means if you got enough to take you out

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Out of that, for example, temporary debt, or pay for your necessities for this month Alhamdulillah completely covered. You don't go and continue to ask for more to get yourself rich out of it. It's not about getting rich as much as taking care of your needs and shallow data so you could make hamdulillah living comfortably, but at the same time, dedicated your energy to praise Allah subhana wa to be thankful of Allah azza wa jal so that's important. And that's why shahada Muslim habit, Allah, Allah when he was about to give me the car. He said, I'm just letting you know this one is.

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And by the way, it was a quite a good amount of money.

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But I said, No, I don't want to take it. Because now it tells you that look, you can get rich with that. But I don't want to get rich with that. And I'm hamdulillah but Alameen. For the letter, Baraka Allah, Allah is the Most Merciful Hamdulillah. So we need to teach the people as they receive to understand, look, I'm giving you the cat, do you really need it?

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Because if you need it, obviously, I'll give it to you. And of course, knowing that the person if my if that person might say no, because it's very dignified. They don't want to admit that they've asked the question, just give it to them.

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But if you know someone that you suspect and they're taken from different places that look, I'm giving us a car. That's a hack for the 14 If you're not, that's between and ALLAH SubhanA wa jal, you have to understand that. That's the meaning of this point number two. The second duty of the recipient is that he should thank the giver, pray for him and speak well. They should stay within the limits of giving proper things to the means. Whoever does not give things to people does not give things to Allah as stated in the Hadith, which was mentioned and the books of Sudan. The Messenger of Allah said Allah Sam says, lash could Allah Melosh Quran us, if you don't thank Allah,

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if you don't think the people you can never be thankful to Allah subhanho wa Taala part of our our showing gratitude to Allah azza wa jal is showing gratitude to the people around us, your spouse, your parents, your children, your co workers, sometimes your friends, you know, anybody who's around you that's doing you a favor, it is imperative upon you to give them are showing gratitude, and the law of supply that says God will call you about your shellcode and few among my servants who are truly grateful. So there are few as Allah says, Be one of them. Now, among the signs of complete Thankfulness is by not belittling what was given, even if it was not much and not living together,

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if there is some defect and if he should conceal it, while the giver is required to think little of what he gives, the recipient should view it as something great. None of this goes against the awareness that all blessings come from alumni from Allah, my and sublime, for a person who does not agree that a means is a means is ignorant. What is wrong is thinking that the means is is the source now. So what he means by that, look, if if someone is receiving, you should never ever belittling the blessing that came into your hand by the Grace of Allah subhanaw taala, no matter how little that is, because we don't really know, what's the what's the capacity of this individuals given you,

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maybe that's the best of what they're given. Sometimes people maybe mistakenly mistakenly give you something defective. Let's say they want to give you shirts so they could get their clothes, they wash them, they clean them, they gave it to you. They thought a handler, they were good. But then Subhanallah when you start, you're gonna unfold on them, you find some of them were defective, you're not gonna start cursing, these people are looking at these to the cheap people to do this. And that, because God knows Allah subhana knows, maybe they didn't know about it. Maybe it was by mistake. Maybe they told their children, hey, don't put this in and they put everything together. We

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don't know. You have to get excuse for those individual who give you for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala as much as you can. And as the giver yourself. Never ever think that you are the one who is mashallah the result to this individual. Allah is the result and you are the mean to Allah, from Allah Subhana Allah that Allah is working through you to deliver the rest of this individual.

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In regards to the poor, who sometimes below the AMA that comes into their hand, the Prophet saw some even warned us against this will be one of the sons of the Day of Judgment. He says I No mistake but he said among the people who Allah will never speak to them on a day of judgment, and he will punish them. One of them he says Carla, Elon Musk Akbar, a poor who's arrogant. Someone who's poor and arrogant when you give them yeah, they kind of like they keep they keep taunting you with that sadhaka that they're to get it taken from you. It's funny that one time it happened with me actually, I was visiting a Muslim country. And I was just arrived from the airport. I picked up the

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car which is rental car and usually have a specific plate for these rental cars so they can tell it's a rental car. And once it's a rental car, that means you're what? You're not from the country somewhere. So they see what they see dollars. That's all Yeah. And so as Hala I didn't even have a chance to do anything due to exchange money. I arrived immediately because the

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Got some death in the family. So I went straight from the airport straight to the house. So I didn't have cash in my bucket really. And as I was parking my car unlocked in the car, an old man came running from across the street and he came to me said, I'm gonna give me a shirt.

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And he says, Give me his story. And he pulling from his pocket, all these, you know, laminated papers, as I just said, it's like a look at well, I don't have time right now, I don't have the money right now with me. So I just put my hand in my pocket, whatever, whatever change from that local currency I had, I pulled it out. And it was just a few in my hand. So I gave it to him.

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He looks at it, he goes, That's it.

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And Allah, I just, I felt so offended at the same time so upset.

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Like, I don't have anything to give you it. I'm not in the position right now to give you anything, I'm you came to me, I didn't go to you. And now that's all what I can afford given you in the moment, at least right now. And this person says, that's all and he said, even taunting me. He was like, you have this car and rental. I'm just like, wow. So

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as if I should give him everything again. Subhanallah the kind of the kind of jealous, if you will, something they have in their heart is just unbelievable. So I told him, I said, Look, if you don't need that cash, give it to me. I'll give it to somebody who needs it to Allah. He goes, okay. And he walked away. And hello, Allah O Allah. He soured my mommy there and he says I was going about to go and give condolences and just like LA Jara Lakota level. So yeah, sometimes some of these people, unfortunately, their heart not in the right place. So therefore, we need also to teach the people as they receive to be grateful to Allah Subhana Allah first and foremost, and to the brother or sister

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or the person who has given them that charity. Now,

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the third duty of the recipient is that he should examine what he receives. If it comes from an unlawful source, he was not taken at all for giving away someone else's property is not.

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If the money is doubtful, he should refrain from taking it as an act of cautiousness, unless he's in a difficult situation. If someone who makes most of his earnings from the unlawful pays from the unlawful pays. And it is not known from whom that money belongs to the legal verdict is that it should be given away as charity, the work and take what he needs from it, if he's in a difficult situation and cannot find pure wealth. Well, it's here, he's gonna bring in a fifth issue, I don't want to delve too much into that fifth issue is over here, which is basically, if someone gives you money that you're not sure if it's halal or haram, or you know, this individual he earns money from

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Halal source, let's say this person has a gas station and that has alcohol, and has some other Halal items, for example, and they want to give us a car, should you take this occur or not? Should you accept this account, that's a federal issue, some element they say you shouldn't. So you don't encourage them to continue to work in this haram, for example, business, or the Anima. They say no, the earning is their liability,

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that transfer that money from their hand into your hand purifies it for you. Because you receive that money in a halal way, such as charity, donation, whatever that is, you receive in a halal way. Their earning is their own liability and annual liability, but some Alhama, they say, Look, you need to look into what we call Anwar, which was the piety of the heart, even though it's okay for you to take it. But for them from the piety of the heart avoided, that's better for you. So you don't have to put yourself in question or situation, as it suggests over so it does affect the factory and the poor, you need to look into it. If you know that this person who's giving you this money is earning

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it from up completely haram source, it's better for you not to take it at all. That's a suggestion.

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But if you really need that, then only take how much you need. Don't give the money back to the individual rather give the rest of it into charity. So that at least you free yourself from that need without attaching yourself to that wealth. So that's his recommendation suggestion. But again, there was other opinions in the matter. So people can have maybe an exception based on the circumstances. Now. The fourth duty of the recipient is to guard against the pitfalls of doubt regarding the amount he receives and only take them out he's allowed to take, he must not take more than he needs. If he is burdened by debt, he should only take what he needs to settle it. And if

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he's a soldier, he must not take more than he needs. If you receive zakat on the basis of becoming needy, he must refrain from money he does not need. All of this depends on his best judgment while keeping in mind the cautious fear of God lies in not taking what is doubtful which we learn from this in the Hadith dama Rebekah Mallory meaning live that which what you're doubtful about to do what you're certain about. So if you're doubtful about if I need this much money or not, then just leave it. Don't take more than what you need. So remember him a lot. He says, Look, the purpose of the car is not to make you rich. The purpose of this

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goal is to cover your needs handler by means so you can start put your energy where it should be to worship Allah subhanaw taala, to take care of yourself and your family and so on. But not to always depend on that money to come for free, and keep collecting. And that's where it says it's a matter of water. And he says it's it's at your HDL, that's between you and Allah subhanho wa taala, you know better than anybody else, how much you need to cover your needs, and then move on. Now.

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This being said, the scholars have different views on what constitutes wealth that renders one not deserving of Zakah. The correct opinion is that it means a steady income from business manufacture rent or something else. If one only gets if one only get what he needs. Partially, he takes the remaining part from the Zika. If he does not have anything at all, he takes what he needs. What does that mean, if someone has a job has a job, whether it is a merchant, or maybe a professional, or whatever that is, however, their income is not sufficient for them to cover their basic needs. Like, maybe their income is enough to pay the rent, that unfortunately, they cannot, you know, cover their

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basic needs of food and clothes and so on. So do they deserve this occur? The answer is yes. Because now they're my second, okay? How much is arena, because they have money, maybe they collect the mashallah quite a good amount of money, but it's not sufficient to cover their basic needs. So therefore, they say they need to cover that enough to base all these basic needs. That's the methodology. Now, once they have only this big ticket, carnival Hamdulillah. How was the new consoles relatively cool, sort of rich right now. Now, he should fulfill his needs for a complete year and not exceed that no logic behind a complete year is that one a year has passed, the time of

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receiving that kind of comes again, taking money for more than a year causes hardship to the poor. That's of course, because back in the days, the payments, it was bit different nowadays, people depend on one check a month to month. So paycheck to paycheck, there's a little bit different right now. He says when you give give enough money for a person to be sustained for a whole year. So if you're gonna give somebody today, for instance, that means if you have enough to give 25,000 to one family

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to cover the deficit that they have in their budget for the whole year, then yeah, that's acceptable. So what I mean is 25,000 for one family, yeah.

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If that family is deserving of that much money handler to be taken care of based on the criteria that Emanuel Kodama was talking about, then why not, I will give the 25,000 Altogether, because some people, they say, I'd rather actually give my 25,000 to maybe 2000 people.

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And if you're gonna do that, you're gonna divide this amount of money in segments that no one will benefit from it. Really, no one will be ever will be covering their knees at all. So it's better to help people to get out of poverty, when you give it as a car than keeping them always in need. So yeah, if you can divide the 25,000, for example, between four or five families, or if you can give it to one family who is really worthy of given that much amount of money because of the circumstances, then there is nothing wrong with that there is no harm in giving this amount of money of Zika. But as a recipient, you need to make sure that if you take it, you know exactly why. Well

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Laura, as you said Rahim Allah Allah the piety of the heart to try to abstain from taking more than what you deserve. Wala Huta Anna Anna so shallow data next next week when you come back we will continue with the law with the more on the subject of charity on the voluntary charities sadaqa totowa inshallah.

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So those are falling with us we're going to be reading from Hadith 14 Inshallah, from our very nowhere, when Allah and exponential man people Rajiv Rahmatullahi Tara and gentlemen welcome.

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We are on page 199.

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The blood of OMA sin,

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Abdullah bin Mr. Wood of the Allah

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said, the Messenger of Allah Subhan Allah.

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The messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the blood of a Muslim man is not permitted to be shed except for one of three. The adulterous mature person a person killed in retaliation for the killing of another person and one who abandons his deen and separates himself from the community.

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Al Bukhari and Muslim narrated hamdulillah bloglovin so Allah wa salam ala Colombia Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam to Sleeman Kathira some bad habits number 14 in the collection remember no Rahimullah data is hate. Abdullah was rude Radi Allahu Allah, Tala Rasulillah

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I have sallallahu alayhi wa sallam lie Hello demo marry a muslim and in Arabic that Allah say he was Danny when knifes will be knifes with Tarik will add in Mufasa Kojima in the translation which is a little bit nice explanation shallow Dad, I'm gonna go over this a quick as possible, I'll say it was Danny, it means someone who was already married. And then unfortunately they cheat as simple as that someone's married who cheats this person you know deserves to be actually executed. The second one will never have enough capital punishment for someone who killed someone

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and they killed them of course deliberately so therefore they deserve capital punishment. What that equally deserving fighter called Gemma someone who abandons the faith and separates himself from the GEMA which means he creates basically an upheaval in the community with that kind of rejection basically going public with that. So those are the three people the three categories mentioned in this hadith. However, we're going to see later inshallah and discussion within Azerbaijan that Subhanallah when I when I was reading what he meant by Raja post was mentioned in the book in regard to this hadith. I could not get exactly from him from me Raja Rahim Allah, what was the main the

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main intention of Imam in no way to add this hadith into this collection. And as a result imam in our him Allah, Allah Allah and His explanation to the Hadith, he went on too many tangents, in too many tangents that will not the purpose of the Hadith to be in this collection as well. So if I ask right now, what would be the main reason for such a hadith be mentioned in this collection? Right now? What could be the reason for that? What is the mama know what I was talking about over here?

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What is it

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that the lean forward

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for these three examples? Right? Okay. Anybody else?

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So again,

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the Hadith the purpose of him mentioned this hadith is to talk about the preservation of life, the sanctity of human life. That's what he's talking about over here. Because he brought this hadith as the only exception. The only exception for taking someone's life. That's what he's mentioning this hadith. So what is the purpose of of this? He's telling you life is precious. Don't you ever hurt anybody?

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You're not allowed to hurt someone. You're not allowed to shed the blood of somebody who anybody. So you mentioned this hadith to talk really about the sanctity of life. Remember no Rahim Allah and the Hadith, he went on tangent, then explain it these three categories

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and add more to this category as well too. So when you read the book of remember Roger Rahimullah, you're probably not going to get the the main the main issue over here. So I would like to explain it first inshallah. And then hopefully we can get back again to read from that from the points remember Raja parameter light, Allah Allah. So the first thing we talk about here is that a mirage Abraham, Allah was trying to have another Rahim Allah was trying to, again to emphasize the value of life and how sacred that is. Our Alma Hamdulillah, in books of faith, they, they tried to summarize the major principles of Islamic law, the major principles of Islamic law, the major principles of

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FERC, as well, too. So they're called the MacArthur the Sharia. Like, why the rules of Sharia look, the way they look for us today? Why do we have to pray five times a day? Why do you have to get married? Why isn't that allowed to commit Zina? Why is not allowed to drink? For example? Why are you being ordered to do this and that all these rules, they must have purpose for them those purposes, we will call them Makkasan, the objective of Islamic law and Allah they say the objective of Islamic law is false in five categories, five things, everything that you see in terms of the commands, and under provisions of the Sharia, to preserve five things. Do you guys know them? Let's

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see how we count them together. Number one, the preservation of what

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provision of Dean have the Dean that's why that's why it commanded us to do what to worship, to build masajid to make sure people fast people prayed, teach them how to pray and so on. So maybe we'll do also to preserve the deen is that the word

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make sure that arose such as abandoning you know, faith is as concerned punishable. We're going to talk about it later inshallah Donna so that's one of the things number two, preservation of what life preservation of life that's why the Sharia are they commanded certain things to preserve life like procreation, for example, getting married, having kids and that's when the prohibition for abortion comes in, for instance, also prohibition of killing and hurting someone and so on, except unless there is a specific legitimate cause for this as mentioned this in this hadith of a number three, what

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Is it lack of preservation of prison and alcohol. So it ordered us to do it to learn to educate, opened massage, schools, universities, spread the knowledge, and also to protect the reason taught us about what to stay away from a coup for Shewhart. And anything that might obstruct the capacity of the brain such as alcohol, drinking, all these kind of things. Number four, the preservation of

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our progeny preservation project, which means not to mix the lineage, so that at least we know who's who, because a lot of rules comes from knowing who's who so that you don't marry someone who's haram for you, like marrying an aunt or an uncle or someone who's read to you by blood closely that is considered Muharram to you. So you have to preserve progeny. And part of it is of course, to make sure the document then you can you don't just let anybody underground, it has to be actually documented, knowing who is the son of who the daughter of who also the specific etiquette for that, and prohibition of

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the cost, the the cost pan, the clock and the amount of the society. So people just having kids out of wedlock, and then living, promiscuous life without any rules. All this considered prohibited. And the last one, the preservation of wealth and property, the preservation of wealth and property. And that's why Allah subhanaw taala commanded us to do it to work to earn money, make sure it's halal, also give you a share and charity in the QA and prohibited word the disrupts that such as wrong practices, haram practices like Riba stealing, cheating, gambling, all these kind of things. So there are specific rules and the shadow that preserve these five objectives of Islamic law. Anything

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that you see in the Quran, or the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Allah sellin came for the purpose of preserving these five things. I want to talk first about the preservation of life. And then inshallah we go to the meaning of this hadith with Allah as the origin

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and regard to the preservation of life.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala made it very clear that one of the purposes of us living in this world is to do what to spread and disperse in this life and this in this earth and procreate in order to worship Allah azza wa jal, as Allah says, Kullu and SHA, Camilla, or there was Tamara configure Allah subhanaw taala he puts you on earth

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and he gave the Earth in order for you to create settlements and live your life according to spread spreading around and that doesn't happen without procreation. So there's a purpose it's on purpose that you've been creating that design from Allah subhanahu Wattana which which again brings us to the subject that one of the way Allah has preserved life is given people that command and the order to procreate to procreate and so that in itself the beginning of certain is that yeah, you are now so Allah says Yeah, are you gonna do I'm gonna

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was in a surge in the first

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quarter of bircham that the Calico NAFSA halacha xojo about the Minamata Jalan Kathira when he saw what taco Allah Allah said it'd be what our ham so ALLAH SubhanA speaks about all people or mankind or you believe you need to make sure that you feed a large pan of water okay that from one single person from that person create his or is made espouse. And from that first spear he says panna cotta Allah Hala commoner Xhosa Oba Thurman who Marija and cathedra when he saw that he dispersed from this first verse, So many men and women.

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So the purpose of this of course, was this by design that we need to procreate.

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And in order to protect this life, ALLAH SubhanA wa DeMille prohibited for people to hurt or hurt each other physically, and the leading of course, to bloodshed and killing. And the first example, it was mentioned and story of Adam and his brother.

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When Allah had mentioned the story in Surah, Surah Telma Ada, Allah as Jill concludes the story by mentioning the preservation of life is extremely important when he says, in an eidetic, Ekaterina Allah Bani Israel Ilan Omar kata and of some designers that have a certain philosophy kendama Katara NASA Jamia we made this obligatory on Venice row is to remember and know that if you kill one one life as if you've killed all humanity, because that's what almost could have happened. At the time of Adam Armstrong if there was nobody else except for these two kids.

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To imagine will be completely gone. If that that happened, there were no other kids actually the time SubhanAllah. So he says, and Allah has a woman here I have a cat in my hand. So Jamia, and if you preserve one life, as if you preserve what, all humanity that's why it's important for us to preserve that life. So how do we do that?

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It's upon us right now to make sure to preserve that life in many ways.

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One of these ways, obviously when it comes to the pregnancy, that's why the whole subject of

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abortion becomes a problematic and ethical issue in Islamic faith. And also, of course, you know, for the dilemma, and we cover this and Hadith even as oh god Allah to Nevada earlier, if you guys remember that, we talked about this and what is permissible, what it's not uncertain, but preservation of life is extremely important, the standard, the standard rule is that if the child is alive colors, you preserve that life, not the other way around.

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Like nowadays, it just as a matter of choice, that baby is not alive yet, because it's still, you know, not born yet. And therefore, the baby is not born. So it's not a

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valuable life. So therefore, we just kind of like we dropped. But that's not acceptable. So Allah subhanaw taala can manage to take care of the children even before they are born. And then when they are born, we take care of them, of course, by doing what mandates to do it, feed them, care for them, provide for them. If you're a parent, it's your responsibility, your duty to provide for your family. The purpose of Assam says in the Hadith Kefa will not eighth when another Yamani own enough sin that a person commits if he causes his children to go waste, and basically to go any last.

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And I mean by that by not providing for them, but not providing for them. That's one of the major sins.

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Which of course, brings us as well to the situation when we have circumstances that requires from us to care for those who have less provision. So give them a car, give charities and also if there is a disaster, when there is a

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refugee crisis, for example, it becomes a duty upon those who can to provide for them because that's also part of the preservation of life as well too.

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Now, part of a preservation of life for us at least, is comes the subject of seeking treatment in case of illness. In case of illness, you seek treatment now is it mandatory or not? That's a different issue. Some of the other medicines aren't meant to be mandatory either they say no, you should. But still the concept of seeking treatment is part of preservation of life as well and we should try our best inshallah Tada, even the Prophet saw somebody commented that for us when he says, God, Allah subhana did not bring any that there was no sickness that was created by Allah subhana wa Tada. But he created what for it, the cure.

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Ali Muhammad Ali Baba, hello, I'm Angela Sunday, no Sunday on so it's our duty to go and pursue the treatment and find a way to protect ourselves Insha Allah, Allah and this life, as well. So that's basically some examples of protection, of course of life, then comes no doubt about it is that the actual preservation of life as it was mentioned, this hadith, which is avoiding, and helping people if they ever, you know, face any physical harm that might cause them to lose their lives,

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whether it's physical, such as in case, for example of someone assaulting them, that you need to go and stop them to help them out against that abuse, or sometimes, you know, emotional that might cause someone unfortunately, going to commit suicide. Like what happened, unfortunately, recently in our community, and Alan,

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in the situation, that we still don't know the details of the circumstances, but Subhanallah people go through some rough time, emotional time, that if they don't find hope, and help from the community, that life loses value for them,

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not just their own life on

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the life of their family. Can you imagine not just taking their own life unfortunate taking the life of also their own family? That is a disaster.

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It's enough sin enough a sin for a person to kill themselves. And now because the same harm on other people, Allah subhana wa Tada and sort of in this app, made it very clear the prohibition of murder. And this person who does that, a lot of Allahu alayhi wa Taala no other other than oedema Allah subhanaw taala, can prepare for them severe punishment, and it was mentioned in the severest way, in the book of Allah subhanho wa taala. So these are now trying to protect people from committing suicide. And also, of course, committing murder is important, however, that sanctity of life, as we mentioned over here, can be compromised. If that person commits specific offenses and crimes, these

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offenses are crimes. Three of them were mentioned this hadith which we're going to be explaining right now in sha Allah Allah, the Prophet is as I mentioned, these three things number one, call a thieves Zanni and adult person who's already married, and they commit Zina adult adultery in this case,

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enough stubbornness someone kills another person unjustly, deliberately, that deserves capital punishment. And then a Tarik who didn't fight it will Jamar the one who leaves Islam and leave the gym ah, the gym minion. Now let's talk about this inshallah. Let's see what the members of spirit says measures over Bismillah

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Whether retaliatory killing of a parent so before that, let's start from the beginning and then aerated that this hadith. Then the narrated this hadith in the two Sohei books from the narration of mash from Abdullah even raw. From Masaru from Eben Massoud and Muslims narration, there is one who abandons Islam instead of his words, one who abandons his Deen now

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there are many Hadith with the same meaning. Most of them narrated a hadith of Al

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hola Anna from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, which is like his the light of the hadith of Ibn Massoud. Now, keep going at Tirmidhi an essay and even even my ginger, even manager narrated the hadith of Earth man or the love that the prophets of Allah Azza wa sallam said, it is not permissible to spill the blood of a Muslim man except for one of three reasons. A man who disbelieved after his acceptance of his or who committed adultery after having experienced * in a valid marriage, or who killed a person but not in retaliation for another person whom he had killed. By the way, I'm still having an issue with the with the translation saying in

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retaliation because when you say retaliation, it sounds like a person has the right to go after somebody themselves. But that's something you need to explain as you come to the point inshallah Allah this is not for individuals to pursue these actually, these punishments are not for individuals to do that. These are sovereign rules that only the state has the right to establish has the right to enforce. Otherwise, if we say for people, hey, if someone kills someone from your family, stop for Allah, you go after them and you kill them. No, you're not going to do that. Well, I just capture them, okay, you capture them, you give them to the authorities, they will take care

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of it.

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And development, even they argue if someone takes law and their hand and they go on to kill someone who killed somebody from their family, what would you do in this case, there is actually an argument about if that person deserves capital punishment or not. Because they now what they did, they, they stepped the bounds and actually went over to take the authority in their own hands, and that's not acceptable at all. So when the Prophet says I mentioned these three examples, let's see what a man with Raja Rahim Allah says about these, these examples, keep going.

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In a narration of a necessity, there is a man who commits adultery, after having experienced * any valid marriage must be stoned, or who kills deliberately must be killed in retaliation, or who read next after his stem must be killed.

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So he basically is taken about different iterations that explains the words of the origin Hadith with elaborate statements. So make it actually clear to us what does that exactly mean. And after this paragraph, he's gonna start speaking about the meaning of these statements. Now.

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This meaning has been narrated of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, from the narration of an adverse horror era.

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And as even Malik, and others, and we have mentioned, the hadith of Ns previously, in it, there is an explanation that these three matters are the duo of Islam, by which it is permissible to spill the blood of someone who witnesses that there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad Sallallahu wasallam is the Messenger of Allah, the sentence of death for every single one of these three matters is something absolutely agreed upon by the Muslims basically say like the capital punishment in the law is been agreed for these three offenses is agreed upon by the Muslims by the by the OMA many in terms of freebooks effect as well, too. So what are these three offenses number one?

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As for the adultery of a person who has been married, seems are unanimous that the sentence for that is that he is to be stoned until he is dead. The prophets on a lot of a sudden them had my eyes, and the woman called Alabama Dr. Stone. There used to be in the Quran, that verse whose wording was abrogated, but whose judgment remains in effect, the full grown man and the full grown woman stone them absolutely as a punishment from Allah. And Allah is Mighty wise. This is actually the translation of an ayah that wants to exist in the Quran and was abrogated the different abrogation comes in different character

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always, sometimes the abrogation is for the rule, meaning the IRS stays in the Quran, but the rule is now has been changed or amended. So therefore, the IRA will sit with the IRA for the burqa, and also for learning about the history of legislation, Mr. Islam. Sometimes the abrogation comes by remove the removal of the AI altogether, just like as this example, as mentioned in this over here, and this head is actually is hydrogen so here, and

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I shouldn't

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report that as well, too. Now.

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Maybe not even our best derived stoning from the Quran from his words. Exalted is He?

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Yeah, let me get before komatsuna you buy you know, like I'm Cathy wrong me Mac tomtop phone I mean, Ankita we were for Cathy.

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Oh, People of the Book, our messenger has come to you making clear to you much of the book that you have kept concealed and passing over a lot. He said, whoever rejects stoning rejects the Quran in a way, which he did not expect. So what he means by that actually refers to the example is going to be mentioned later in the book in sha Allah, which is when a group of from from the Jewish community in Medina came to the Prophet Salah Salem, because couple in their community committed adultery. And they know from the from their own books, that adultery, the capacity for adultery in the Bible artist in the Torah was also a stoning. But they wanted to kind of like find a way out for them. And

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since Mohamed Salah Salem has become the leader of the community, they're there to do you know what, let's ask him if he can, you know, if he just between them. So when they went to the Prophet says, they were hoping that the Prophet would not rule.

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The same punishment. So the professors have asked them says, What is the rolling forward in your own book? And they try to they try to actually to kind of like alter the ruling. And eventually the Prophet SAW Selim expose them because the verse was there in their in their own book, and then the Prime Minister says that will be the punishment. So if that was the punishment as I was mentioned and their own books so even Ibis Rahim Allah Allah, He says over here, are you people of the book, a messenger came to you, you bet you will come here, my my quantum to phone, he is actually showing you what you're trying to conceal. So even our budget goes, Look, Allah subhanaw refers in this idea

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to the idea of origin, which was removed completely. That's what he says actually. So what do I mean by that? One of the first offenses is actually if someone commits adultery, there's difference between Xena almazan.

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Xin Zina masa, meaning the Zina the fornication of none worse than someone who's never married, that actually is just punishable by 100 lashes on their back. And then they should be deported for one year away from the place where they commit Zina, at least like a rehab, you could say. So they go away from the environment that caused them to commit that sin or that offense. One of the one benefit for them is actually they go away from the same environment, the other benefits, so they don't actually live in shame. And they be killed by the shame from people looking at them and staring at them because they know what happened, what it did. So that's kind of like help them to

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the to recover. And then when they come back and handler, hopefully will be actually in better shape analyzer. So that's for the non masa, but for the most one, the one who was married, or at least was married, and they experienced halal, and then they committed adultery. The punishment for them is actually it's capital punishment in that fashion. Now, some of us might say, I mean, why this is brutal. This is that first of all, we need to and that's the bigger discussion we don't have any of the time to discuss it over here is that the whole subject of Hadoop, and Hadoop means that

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the penal system or the punitive system that was mentioned in books, in regard to specific punishment, when there are specific

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crimes committed every every culture in every state before they even the invention of nation states, they have their own laws. And these laws, some of them are to protect the individual's right hopefully a bad and at some point back in the days before the Securities and took over actually, there also some help work because it helped local Coca Cola the Haggadah, the rights of ALLAH SubhanA Wattana. Now in the Muslim community, at least in the Muslim among the Muslims, we do believe that would come to the law is not just about actually held vocal about the rights of the people. There is also the rights of what ALLAH SubhanA wa Darna in a secular society, the right of

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ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada probably completely overlooked. They don't care about it. So they only care about how Google Google Basha so they always talk about Coca Cola and sun, the you know, human rights and so on. We believe in human rights, but as Muslims I also believe in the rights of Allah subhanho wa taala. They benefit

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of the community. And if you believe in Allah azza wa jal then whatever ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada he legislate, then it is actually what is best for the ummah. So one of these rules is the last one our data saying if someone commits adultery, they deserve actually capital punishment.

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Now, why? Look, the whole principle and the concept of the punishment, and the punitive system is to do what is to be to be a deterrent for other people from committing similar crimes. And if that punishment that you're prescribing in the law is not doing its job, then what does that mean? It's useless. Like nowadays, for example, in the name of human rights, the legal system over here, unfortunately, many of it is is broken. Most people they spend years and years and years in prison punishment are the punishment for certain crimes are completely useless is not really helping with anything. Besides what's happening in California right now, even actually, people are stealing, you

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know, daylight and they take them even with the with the shopping carts or the store and no one dares to talk to them. Why is that because the punishment system there is actually as useless as it's not benefited them. But the Islamic system is actually a deterrent. So let's talk about this for a little bit. If someone NACA Allah and Allah protect the soil, Bill Alameen, commits adultery, what they expect is going to happen in that family right now.

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Break up the whole family, right? Unfortunately, sometimes no one would have raised what's gonna happen, probably one, one is going to kill the other one.

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So they're going to commit the murder, or the punishment execution themselves. Because it's so enraged, so angry that this offense is completely is so terrible to them, deserve this person to perish from this world. So they might actually commit that Koran crime, the law takes from their hands actually, and makes a couple of capital punishment. But why would anyone wants to do that, because that crime will actually will cause to break up the family and the family is broken, what's going to happen is your mom,

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societies, one family at a time, ends up raising kids without proper Jani home for them. And when our happens, statistically speaking, in our society here, what happens with this Kitajima,

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they end up unfortunately, they all end up and many of them actually become like pipeline to, unfortunately to the streets, and then from there to crimes, and then the whole society collapses as a result of all of that. But imagine, imagine if people know that if someone dares to commit such a crime, and committing adultery, they're going to be punished.

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And they're going to be punished in that kind of fashion, it becomes deterrent, people they think twice before this happens. And as a result, you preserve the society. So it's more about preservation of the society, just like what we talked about earlier, the five objective of Islamic law, if that punishment without law is not preserved, is not actually serving any of these five, then what's the meaning of it. So that's why it's extremely important to understand the meaning of these actually, I can before we start going to talk about them

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and try to compare them to

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the secret system that we live in today. There is more to talk about this ensures that therefore next week insha, Allah Azza we're not going to take another Hadith. We're going to go back again to this and explain this completely in more details in sha Allah, specifically the last portion which is talking about a person who leaves Islam because we will say wait a minute, Islam talks about freedom of religion, right? Why are you punishing someone who leaves Islam then? So we're going to talk about this inshallah next week with delay as well. Louder Allah. That number has dramatic Rahmatullah.

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