Yaser Birjas – Ta’Seel Class 27

Yaser Birjas
AI: Summary © The speakers stress the importance of reciting the Quran and using music scales and tones when reciting, emphasizing the need for practice in public settings and avoiding being exposed to other people's voices. They also discuss the use of animals as bait, including the use of them in various hunting methods, and emphasize the need for safety and efficiency in hunting for sustainable and low-pressure environments. The speakers emphasize the importance of letting animals outdo human behavior and bringing the Bible into one's life.
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Al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil Alameen SallAllahu wasallam Baraka Unum Hamedan. While earlier Siva Selim the Sleeman Kathira mama bad. Welcome back to seal classes we're studying right now from the chapter of first loan fee that sin assault beautifying your voice when it comes to the recitation of the Quran. Imam Imam Kodama Rahim Allah Tala. When he finished the secrets of the Avada he came to the recitation of the Quran. We talked about the virtue of reciting the Quran itself, and the etiquettes of reciting the Quran and now, we're discussing together one of the specific etiquettes of the recitation of the Quran and that is Tassilo suitable Quran beautifying the voice, your voice with

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the Quran let's see that shallow Tara Bismillah

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Bismillah Bismillah salat wa salam O Allah Rasool allah sallallahu alayhi salam Salam, the author, Imam even put down on human love says section three beautifying the voice with the Quran, it is recommended to recite in a beautiful voice taxine Ultra. If one does not have a fine voice has an assault. He should beautify it as much as he can. As for reading with modulated sounds the predecessors used to hate it at hamdulillah Malala Muna so Allah wa salam Baraka, Nabil Muhammad, you know, bad. So the author of Mr. loutra begin by saying was to have Botha Sinatra it is recommended that you recite with beautiful voice. And then he mentioned something as a disclaimer

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here, if one does not have a fine voice, then he should be notified as much as possible as much as you can. What does that mean? That means beautiful voice is one of two things whether it's a gift from Allah subhanaw taala, or a skill that you can acquire some people Allah Subhana Allah made it very natural for them to have beautiful voices. Those are blessed. It's a gift from Allah azza wa jal, some of these Sahaba Delano were known for that. One of them was Abu Musa Raj either the Allahu TerraNova in which one of the nights the prophets Allah wa sallam He was passing by, and he overheard a mimosa Raj, he sat at home. So he stopped to listen to him. He was he was gravitated to

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that beautiful voice. So the next day when he met him during the day he says God, law writer in law writer in Berea, have you seen if you had seen me last night listening to the citation of the Quran? And almost Russia was surprised Cloudera surah Allah Allah Allah Allah if I had known that you were listening to me Lucha bot to look at Vera are even more beautiful. Like I was in casual basically says, if his casual was something mesmerize the Prophet sallallahu sallam, imagine when he puts that extra effort and make it more beautiful. Now, if you don't have that beautiful voice, what do I do? Some person will say, Look, I have a deep voice. I have a very actually sharp voice I have this way

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I have that voice. So what do you do in this case? What would help you beautify your recitation of the Quran, Jesuit

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if you learn to do the Quran, the Hermitage with if you learn the MaHA joval haruf The articulating points of the Arabic letters when it comes to the recitation of the Quran, that will be sufficient to give your voice a beautiful melody. Regardless if you have a nice natural voice or otherwise, but at least it gives you that beautiful tone when it comes to the research the Quran and I've seen a lot of people submit some of them are as a matter of fact relatives to me, whom I know that their voice is not that great and natural is not that great, but somehow they made effort they learnt edge when they didn't because it has proof and they kind of perfected that. And now they're actually they

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teach people Quran

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now that their voices was still an imperfect No, but at least when they recite with the tweet, it is so nice and beautiful. Hadith an abuse of Allah Salam which was mentioned so Bukhara Muslim, Carla Salalah Salam, Col. Madden Allahu Allah che in Madden ALLAH, ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala in a manner that suits his Majesty did not listen to anything. Kidney healing a billion has an assault. Like he listened to a prophet with beautiful voice, yet undeniable Quran reciting the Quran or actually beautifying their voice with the Quran Elijah Roby, and he said that reciting it out loud. In the other Hadith most of them are Muhammad Rasool Allah Azza wa sallam says Tala zero Khurana via Swati

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comm. He says beautify the Quran with your voices. He didn't say the other way around. He didn't say beautify your voice with the Quran. Because the Quran is perfect in that regard. But he says not make it more beautiful. Will you beautiful voices. So even if you don't have a beautiful voice, try your best. How do I do that? Again, if you try to learn to recite, to read, and have the bravery to break away from the monotone discitis usually decide just to learn how to recite the Quran. If you break away from that that will be great. The last part that he mentioned he'll call for America to be at hand. As for reading with modulated sounds the President's predecessors used to hate that.

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Well, I'm not sure if that translation is accurate or fair.

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tricked in that regard because when they say that they will hand what they mean by a hand usually is more of like musical skills. That's what they mean by that. known today as Muhammad probably heard about Muhammad, when some of the Quran, they recite by specific standard musical scales and tones. They're known, they're known into reciting music choirs and so on. And some of the Quran of the Quran, they adopted the same scales, and eventually they start using them. So some of the Allameh they say you can't use the Quran you can't use these scales for the Quran, because they're known to be musical scales. As they say, look, those Muhammad are known to be used with normally with the

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Quran with the Arabic poetry in general.

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And if the if it's poetry, which is Arabic language, and the Quran is Arabic, then what's wrong with that? So some of the RMR they went into the middle by saying look, as long as you don't exaggerate as long as the citation does not

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get any start resembling the music itself, then you should be fine with reciting these, these Muhammad and now most of the Quran that we hear specifically professional College in Egypt and other places they recite by these mahkamah and you cannot tell that it's actually musical skill so that's why they say it's okay to do to recite with that. I've seen in unfortunate in some places where some people don't have that same Yanni

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understanding with or reference or respect to the Quran. When they teach students of Muhammad they teach them to recite first of all some musical tunes and that keeps humming with them like music humming like a music tone. And then once you master that you will be able to use this when you recite the Quran. That's what the Imam Rahim Allah says that this is not actually right. You shouldn't be resembling the Quran, with the music. Oh Allah Allah no

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one is encouraged to read by himself for a hadith says the superiority of reading in private sip, over reading out loud is like the superiority of secret charity over public charity. So what does it what does that even mean? Is it better for you to recite here in the masjid? Or is it better for you to recite at home? Is it better for you to do it by yourself or do it in a group? So he says here, like it's encouraged that you read by yourself? Because that's a vida and should be secret everybody between you and Allah subhanho wa Taala however, it is still permissible to come and sit in the Halacha and learn and study together and read the Quran together, as it says over here but first

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look right at the Cydia Allah, Allah Allah Ania Kofoed Thisara patisserie Allah Salah Catalunya, this hadith is actually as an authentic narration. Meaning just like the virtue of giving charity in secret is higher than I won't give you a puppet. The same thing with come to the recitation of the Quran. Now.

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He should, however, be able to hear his own voice. Like if you want to be reciting the Quran secretly and privately, even if you're sitting in the masjid here, at least you will be able to recite loud enough to hear yourself. That's it, so that you will engage also not just your tongue, you're engaging right now your eyes, you're engaging your ears, and of course your senses as you recite the Quran.

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This being said, there's nothing wrong with raising one's voice sometimes, if there is a good reason for that, such as when a loud voice makes it easier for one to memorize or when one needs to repel laziness or sleep or to wake up the dozing. I mean, those who have memorized the Quran, they know what he's talking about. Sometimes you'd be fighting Of course, you know, sleep and you have to recite out loud so you can keep yourself awake, no matter how much you try. I remember those days when you tried to memorize and you were very very sleep you start slurring the words as you try it is so hard. But when you recite out loud you keep yourself sometimes awake because it's okay if you

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recite the Quran out loud for a good reason. He mentioned some good reasons away like for yourself to stay away to be stay remain active to hear it and engage in the dissertation. But sometimes you could probably be mounted in a public place in a park like for us here in America for example. You will be in a public park for instance, and you want the you want the people to hear the researchers have a product they have never ever heard the Quran before. And Allah bless you with a nice beautiful voice. So you recite the Quran out loud for them to hear. Maybe it brings curiosity and come to see that so beautiful. What is that? And subhanAllah many many people they just they come to

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Islam just by simply hitting the Quran and now because of what's happening as I'm Allah make it easy for the brothers that are blind. I mean, a lot of people are now curious about the Quran and didn't know about the Quran itself. I remember myself personally one time I invited actually I called a plumber to come and fix something in the kitchen. So I deliberately honestly I did that deliberately, and I played the Quran, a nice beautiful citation, and I left it there playing the CDs at a time

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play there and the kitchen. And then I left him and I went there do other things. And I came back maybe after maybe about 10 minutes, 15 minutes. I said, How's it going? So the first thing he tells me he goes, what is that?

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Before anything about the Job says what is that? So what do you mean? Because I think that plays.

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I said, Why? Because I'm unbelievable as is so beautiful. I said, Why? Because it made me so calm.

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Well, Allah is how just like I heard those words. It's like La Ilaha, Illa, Allah, even non Muslims, when they hear the Quran, Allah promised it will bring peace and tranquility. I said, that's the Quran, he couldn't believe it. And he asked me actually, for a copy, I gave him a copy of the city. And then I have never seen him after that, I hope he's Muslim Inshallah, somewhere in the Lazarus and but the idea is that Hala the beautification of your voices, and with the Quran, can go way beyond just yourself. If there's a reason for you to make a sound louder, that's fine. But obviously, with respect, of course, the space that you're in, especially in the masjid, if you're

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going to be reciting out loud what other people are trying to memorize, or study or even pray, you shouldn't be doing that you should go quiet or go somewhere else where you can raise your voice by yourself now,

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with respect to rule, the ruling of reciting in the prayer that mount when one should read in his obligatory prayers, and the places of loud and silent recital, all of that is well known and found in the books of jurisprudence. So what he's saying here, like, I'm not gonna get involved into these details, how many I do this, per Baracca? Are you allowed to decide one surah, before the after the after the other one, and he goes, I'm not going to get involved in that. Those are matters you can set him in the books of hey, we're talking about the spirit and the secrets of the citations. Now, if one owns a copy of the Quran must have, he should read some verses from it on a daily basis so as

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to keep it from being abandoned. How many must have do you have at home that you don't even use anymore? Because you have a digital copy on your phone? How many must haves are they're collecting dust in your in your house? That now they're becoming only for decoration? Unfortunately, that's what I'm referring to. You guys, if you have a must have at home, then you should try to look into it and read, you know, the end that must have every single day, even if it was one single page. Why? Because Allah subhana wa Bucha warned us in the Quran, when he says Kolkata you are a bit in a coma Takahara Khurana Mathura they've taken this Khurana jewel like abandoned the Quran. He says that

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this could be one of the things that when abandoned, abandoned the Quran means abandoned the most half itself. So if you have multiple mishaps at home, I highly recommend that you just for the sake of not keeping that must have closed for days and weeks and months or even years, just every now and then open one of those Messiah have I know now we have convenience of using digital copies. But open open these Messiah, I'm an old school and digital guard I have my old must have that I still have it since 1993.

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And I still have it and I use it. So therefore Hamdulillah I mean, that's still the handler. So if you have almost have that you have at home it says keep using it now.

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The return of the Quran should contemplate the kindness that

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Allah Allah Most High has had with his creation by letting the meanings of his speech reach their perceptions. He must know that what he is reading is not the speech of men, and should envision the greatness of the speaker. Let him contemplate his words for contemplation is the main purpose of reading the Quran. If that cannot be achieved, except by repeating a verse, Let me repeat it now. So what has been here? So this is what we were talking about today in the women's class in the morning we talked about the Doubront reflecting and pondering over the verse of the Quran. So ALLAH SubhanA wa says, fly to the boat on Quran Shouldn't they ponder or reflect on the words of the Quran? What's

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the meaning of pondering or to dabble in the Arabic language? So the Quran uses words such as the fact Call unto the Baroque come to study the Quran. The words of occur from the fucker right Africa, that means actually studying the meanings of the words, the meanings of the proofs of the Quran to go beyond the words. Like what does Allah subhanaw taala is telling me in this ayat, going deep into the understanding of the meaning of the word destinies means to go deep into understanding of the words and their meanings. At that bar, is to go to the ultimate end of that understanding, which means what once I understand the wisdom, once understand the deep meaning of these words, and these

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proven statements, what does that require for me to take an action? What is that action that is required for me, then that's the thing that you put into into practice, that's the meaning of the double. So to that bar results in action, and if you read the Quran, and you don't take action as a result of that you're not doing to the Buddha animal, which is why he's saying over here, that your purpose when you set the Quran is to reflect on that. Those are the words of ALLAH SubhanA, WA Tada and everybody else. So when I say

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are the words of Allah azza wa jal, I need to learn every single meaning every single hook of every single request that Allah has asked me and reflect on it and bring it into practice in my life in sha Allah Tabata, Kota Allah. That's what he means by that. And he says, if that requires you to stop at one single ayah and decide that one over and over again, over and over again, over and over again until it provokes a specific action or a specific feeling, or specific, let's say, understanding, it's better than reciting the entire most half.

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Because that's the purpose of the Quran that you put it into practice, and he's going to cut you examples of it. Now. A widow Radi Allahu Anhu narrates that the Prophet salallahu Alaihe Salam once did a whole night repeating the verse and sort of going into the womb in Mareeba. If you should punish them, indeed, they're your servants. Imagine if you just stand there and Salah repeating this idea over and over again over and over again over and over again. In to adamantinoma Badak

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you keep repeating went up for long faneca for Roger Hakeem. If you forgive them, then if you punish them that your servants if you forgive them, You Allah subhana wa Tada. So repeating this over and over again over and over again reflecting on the meaning of that. So that means that look, whatever Allah does, he's your master, you submit his will Subhanahu wa Taala another example it has also been narrated to me Midori radula who once did in prayer with the person Serato Javea has a well loving energy star who say ye, TN Niger other home color, the

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yellow saw li

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or do those who commit evils think we will make them like those who have believed and done righteous deeds. Now obviously, not everybody has the exact same profound understanding of these verses. So to you, maybe you go by this idea, and you don't reflect as much on it. But maybe you decide to another guy that will hit you, it'll hit you so hard, and you start reflecting on this item multiple times. So it is it's the state of heart instead of mind when it comes to making this rebar. So always focus and see what you wear their heart get attached. Repeat this over and over again. Now, the same has been said about a little bear even hookah him. Now the designer should seek to perceive the

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benefiting meaning of every verse and understand it. So when he recites and circle and follow us words he will Who created the heavens and the earth, he should realize his greatness and vision has power over everything he sees what he recites in sort of workout for a man to noon, have you seen that what you meant?

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Let him think about the drop of *, which in spite of consisting of parts similar to each other is divided into flesh and bones, veins and nerves and different shapes like the head and hands and legs. Let him think. Let him then think about the noble attributes that manifest themselves in these things like hearing sight and intellect. Let him contemplate these marvelous things. So when he says Rahim, Allah and these two examples here, he's given you an actual example of the abhorrent Africa. So the first one he says, about how Osama wa Taala when you start when you decide to either halacha sama to Rod, He is the One Who created the heavens in the earth, you pause and reflect on that? What

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is why ALLAH SubhanA wa does bring your attention to the creation of the heavens and there? Is it because it's, it's a trivial thing? Of course not. So what is the greatness in the creation of the heavens and the earth? Think about it. Think about the mountains, think about the rivers, think about the valleys, think about this, think about that. The creation of the earth, you go beyond just the word like why would Allah want me to reflect on the creation of the heavens and earth? What's the point? What's the purpose of that? So you go beyond the words, that's what we call to the Buddha way. And the other example that he brought over here is the subject of the nature of how Allah

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subhanho wa Taala made human beings how they procreate, he said from such a very insignificant substance, suddenly, suddenly, you create the human mean, how does happen? When you reflect on that, and you go beyond just the word you will see the greatness of Allah subhanho wa taala. In on his creation, He gave these two examples, so that when you go to recite the Quran, make your own to the bar, make your own reflection. Now when it comes to the subject of the double and difficult, keep in mind that don't try to give interpretation to the Quran without knowledge. There's a difference between given interpretation of the words of the Quran versus the dub warrantyfor code. So the

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interpretation has to do with the meaning with the context. If there is any specific let's say, revelation or purpose for that revelation, you have to take all that into consideration. But now to go beyond the word, that's the fucker the devil. It's a matter of taste sometimes and the dilemma they say, Al Quran Han mal ojo. Like they're multiple, multiple ways of understanding the idea or the word based on

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The state of mind and heart and that will be the first call. That will be actually reflection does not necessarily mean it's the actual meaning of each word that was mentioned that statement a lot enough. When he recites verses about the states of the rejecters, he should make himself fear the violent seizure that may await him should he become heedless of the command. That's another example of difficult when you when you read something about the wrongdoers, the record ones for example, what do you do in this case, make sure that you actually you,

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you feel ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala and feel ending up in the same in the same situation.

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The retailer should avoid everything that hinders him from understanding. The Satan might, for example, lead him to think that he mispronounced a letter and failed to utter it from the correct articulation point. So he recited again, in this way the Satan manages to distract him from brokenness focusing on the meaning. So from this, from the secretary paragraph onward, he is going to be giving you some examples that will prevent you from the double Montefalco The first thing is, he says it's from the shaytaan household, the shaytaan forces you to start focusing on the pronouncement to the extent that you forget about understanding it and it's a joke actually they say

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to people don't benefit from two people

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when you call Maduro so now the Arabic language teacher doesn't benefit from the hotbar if it was an Arabic obviously and the recite the teacher of the Quran does not benefit from the Tarawera why is that? Because the teacher the Arabic teacher, they listen to the hotbar what are we focusing on the grammar like how am i God that wasn't supposed to be this supposed to because I suppose we've had so he doesn't really benefit from the football altogether and and the professional carry you know behind someone Antara we will be focusing on one on touch with oh my god, that was too long. That was too short. That was supposed to be a copper, they made it wrong away. So they were the wrong

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benefit at all. That is from the shoes bond. So if you decide the Quran, and you are trying to perfect the pronunciation, that's fine. But if you're now trying to decide after after the bar, like you decide to reflect, don't worry about that pronouncement. As long as it's within the overall right pronunciation, that should be fine. It doesn't have to be the perfect edge within that moment now.

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Other things that prevent the resigner from understanding what he recites our persistence and sinfulness pride and following wins these dark in the heart and lay rust on it. So they are like rust on a mirror that prevents the truth from being seen clearly. The heart is like a mirror sins are like rust. And the meanings of the Quran are like the images that are seen in the mirror. Training the heart by removing desires is like polishing the mirror. He mentioned three things over here. He says being insistent on a sin. Like every time your heart trying to recover, you stain it again and again. And again. Like every time the heart is recovering from a sin again another stain

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so it never really recovered the to reflect never is clear enough to understand the Quran. The other thing he says called being arrogant, and there is no way there is no way an arrogant heart will submit itself to the Command of Allah subhanho wa taala. And the third one he says called Mataram b1 matar like your heart is sold to the devil, knowing all your desires, so everything that is desirable, just the heart follows right away can never take a break from that path. So how are they going to understand the book of Allah subhanho wa taala. So ALLAH SubhanA protects us from the subtle Bananaman. Now the presenter of the Quran should know that the speech and the warnings it

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contains are directed to him and the stories are not meant to be entertainment, but lessons so he said like listen, the Quran is speaking to not your neighbor.

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If Allah is talking about the believers, consider you one of them is warning against certain sin. Take the lesson from it. Same thing with the stories. The stories are not meant just you know for entertainment, not just to recite them before you go to sleep is for them to learn a lesson from them. Now, let him remember that and let him remember that and recite like a slave to whom his master has granted a written promise of freedom if certain terms are fulfilled, let him contemplate the book and act upon its requirements for a Senator who reads the Quran repeatedly is like one who repeats the King's letter and turns away from cultivating his kingdom and abiding by his orders and

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letter. He studied the letter in his insufficiently and that goes against its orders and indeed his actions would imply less ridicule and be less deserving of the king's anger if he would leave the study altogether and then go against his orders. So this is given this this actually an example of comparison. Like look, if Allah subhana wa has given you a book and a letter, you need to run what to read it and to hit the commands and follow the orders. Just like a king giving it to somebody and he says actually follow the orders. What's the point of that?

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Breathing anyway, even if you recite the letter perfectly, but you don't follow the orders, what's the meaning of that? There's no meaning to it. Now.

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He should not see himself as having any ability or power and should not view himself with pleasure as if he were very pious. Those who see themselves as falling short attain Allah's proximity well not to the extent of what he's saying or hammer louder like you still need to make sure that you don't also beat yourself down completely the conservative self like I'm a sinner can never actually rise the level of Allah subhanaw taala is pleasure acceptance now, but he says when you read the Quran, put yourself in a position of humbleness, the need for Allah subhanho wa Taala poverty to the understanding of the word of Allah azza wa jal so that Allah subhana wa Taala draws you closer to

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him. You know, even to me Rahim Allah that I used to say, I used to sometimes recite 100 Tafseer for an iron 100 tafsir and if that wasn't enough for me to get what Allah subhanaw wants from me, he goes, I will go out in the open like he goes out in the wilderness and I put my my cheek on the ground, like I get myself dusty. And I beg ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada send ya Allah, Yama, Lima, the who are living the way I'm over him and Soloman for him knee. Yola, you get the knowledge though Dallas CERAM give me that knowledge. And you know Allah, you give the understanding for Suleiman, give me that understanding he was keep doing that, until Allah subhana wa Taala opens the for me an

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understanding that I haven't had before. So I might have different ways of actually connecting with Allah subhanaw taala and begging for understanding. May Allah subhana make us among those who recited the Quran and understand it properly and follows instructions, but Allah will love Tirana Shala will continue with the law not next week, the week after the delight of barakaatuh

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you just got the bookmark is there inshallah we go by the numbers okay.

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So you'll see the more numbers in the morning right that's

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Alhamdulillah alarming so Allah has somebody kind of hammered and while earlier also have your cylinder Sleeman Kathira mama bad Sharla from Hadith from the book of man even Raja Rahim Allah Allah that's an issue of the Hadith moment. No, I did number 17 and Abuja Allah shuddered me Olson and Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam are no God. In Allah catabolic Sana Allah Cooley che further cartel to fashion kala whether the baton fashion a double, when you hit the ahead to CompTIA for a while you're there we had our Muslim and this hadith, which about the meaning of excellence and son, we shadow them and also the Allah wonder is the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam said, Allah has

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made excellence which is your son, or perfection, obligatory for everything. So when you kill, then do the killing excellently. And when you slaughter is an animal, then perform the slaughter excellently, and let any of you sharpen his knife and let him put the animal at ease. So we're going to speak unsure about the meaning of this hadith as it goes on. But just to be to be quickly on the subject of the hate itself. The prophets of Allah Selim here and this hadith, he's speaking about the value of a Hassan and perfecting everything, like we do, everything had to be done with a son with perfection. And it happened that maybe the context of the Hadith at the time, was around after

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the sacrifice. So that's why the Prophet SAW Selim was proudly scrutinizing what the people were doing on the day of sacrifice. So he goes listen, if you're going to be killing the animal, make it excellently if you're going to be slaughtered the animal, the slaughter the animal also excellently and he gave an example he says, let this person sharpen the knife well, and then make the cut clean. So he gave this as an example so Allah salah, for much we learn the meaning of Hassan and almost everything. So when I think of Hassan, we think of Hassan was means excellence in what, in your personal life, in your relationship with people, your relationship with Allah subhana wa Taala in

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almost everything, whether it's marriage related to your work, read your exercise, related to readings to recreational time, whatever that is, we always look for a son, when you build something you build with a son. And unfortunately, unfortunate nowadays, the Muslim ummah, they've been taught to do everything with their son. Unfortunately, we are way behind on dealing with things with a son.

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We like to take shortcuts, we like to do things you know, quickly and instant gratification. And for some reason, I don't know why this example does the that always comes to my mind. It bothers me big time really because I've seen it a lot in Islamic centers and massage it as funny as it sounds, but it's the sad reality of our ummah. You go

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Imagine and you go to make Google and Amazon and you find a lot a lot of slippers, you know, they're in the in the bathroom area, right.

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But I challenge you to find left and right actually these sandals

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will find most of them are lefties or righties.

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And even if you're lucky to find something that is good, you will find some that is broken. And it's not thrown in the trash. So what do we what do we will do I've seen with my own eyes will lie, they put their feet on these broken sandals, and they start dragging their feet on the ground sliding themselves all the way to go to the bathroom, to do whatever they do. And they come back again, I'm just looking at that just like I'm just like, I'm used by that site.

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And no one thought to throw it away, like I want them I stopped him I said, Why did you do this for? Why don't you throw it away, because come on,

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just for one minute, that's it, that's one minute. Because it's just for one minute, two minutes, just it's not gonna take too long. We don't think of axon in this area.

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Again, it's a trivial example for money. But for me, that's just an indicator to at what level we think of axon and perfection. If we can have our bathroom areas clean, and then massage it, our shoe racks are Hamdulillah, clean and tidy and so on. So that's an indicator you can do things better in other areas of the masjid and other areas of your community. But if these areas messy because you all think it's not a big deal,

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then you have a messy organization and messy it lifestyle as a community. So that's the kind of understanding of a son in the little things. And then the major things when the prophets of Assam gave us the example of a son in something that we don't really do very often. But still in the context of it. He says when you get if you're going to be sacrificing an animal, you better do it right. And do it you know, in a specific way, we're going to talk about what's the meaning of Ehsaan as the as the Hadith expands this particular area in shallow Tara Smilla Cofer Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim o salat wa salam ala Rasulillah Imam Ibn Ibrahim online says his words founder with Allah.

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Allah has made excellent lesson obligately for everything. And in a narration of Abu is Hawk al Azhari. In the book a car from harlot, from Abu Colaba, from from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wasallam. Allah has made excellence as an obligate free from for everything, or he said on every creature like this he narrated it as a morsel Hadith, but with some doubt as to whether it was for everything or on every creature, the apparent outward meaning requires that he subhanaw taala made excellence obligatory for every creative being. So that everything or every creative being is that upon whom obligation has been placed, and that what is obligatory is excellence. give God some

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say that the meaning is that Allah subhana wa Taala has made excellence obligatory towards everything or in respect to everything or he subhanaw taala made excellence obligatory in the management of everything. What good? What does it mean? What does it mean Okay, right now, just to clarify the concept of here. So imagine God was Abraham Allah explaining what's the meaning of in Allah catabolize And Allah Kenisha that ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala had made a son as an obligatory and everything. He says one of two things, whether Allah made the son of Leggett not obligatory, but Allah Subhana Allah made it upon himself to create everything with a sun, which means everything you

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will see, no matter what it is to Allah subhana wa Taala that is the perfect excellent creation. Sometimes we see certain you know, disabilities, you see certain for example, the format is certain this or that, but in that way, it is as perfect as Allah want it to be. That's one way of looking at everything. So when you look around around you, everything that you see was made with Ehsaan because Allah subhanaw taala met with their son, or which is the more appropriate meaning to the Hadith over here is that Allah subhana wa Tada demands sand from you when you do things. And that's the second meaning that he mentioned over here. That actually Allah subhanaw taala demands sand from you when

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you do something. He's demanded that you do it with sand, which means with excellence. But what does it mean exactly? He's expanding right now keep going.

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The word the word.

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The word Kitara requires the meaning of obligation, according to most of the people of faith. And those who study also source matters contrary to the opinion of some of them. The word estaba is only used in the Quran for something that is an established obligation, either injury, such as in his words before we get before we can continue this point. So here refers to the word Ketubah ALLAH SubhanA Quran the word Khattab Allahu Kutta Allah Kitab Allahu Alikum. So the word cutterbar keytab. Here it means I know that you want to hear the word Kitab means a book right? Which means something that is written. So the meaning of here that Allah has written something upon you, this one

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Writing of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon you comes in one of two forms, whether in matters of Sharia like, though he wants he's going to explain right now matters of Sharia, which means things that is being written as an obligation upon you to practice. Some of them was written for you to do things to practice. That's the first meaning. So he's gonna give three examples of it. Go ahead. Either injury as such as in his words, Exalted is He, in a solar natal mini Nikita, mount to the, the prayer is prescribed kita for the movement at set times, and his words could be ballet, calcium, fasting is prescribed. Good for you, Susan Baker, and his words, could the ballet communicator

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fighting is prescribed katiba katiba for you. That's it. So stop here. So these three examples are the examples that the meaning of Katib over here an obligation that was written upon you to practice. So Allah says it's written upon you to practice Salah on specific times, it's written upon you to practice fasting, it's written upon you to practice energetically Sybilla. So this is now a command that you need to fulfill. That's the meaning of Catawba. Now, the second meaning of the Catawba or Kitab, in this case, or for or for that which will come about when an avoidable preordained decrees such as in his words. So what's the third, the second meaning here, when Allah

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use the word cateva means he had written as a pre ordained judgment and decree that you cannot change, you cannot change. So these things Allah subhana wa Taala has Kadar or Allah and decree that you cannot change So when Allah writes something, it's written as not going to change. Like what? Like cuttlebone of lieben will slowly Allah has decreed Catawba I will be victorious and I will be victorious I and My Messengers, certain majority Allah and His words, while acha Khattab enough is aboard Eman Baraka decree and diary to worry about the assault whom we decreed Katana in the Cebu after the reminder came. It is my right acting slaves who will inherit the earth. So the Gambia and

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his words hula hula echocardiography polo behave beautiful. Iman, he has decreed Kesava Iman, insights into people's hearts. So now based on this example, are these two examples which one is the one that has been used in this hadith that we have here? Is it the one that is a prescribed command that you need to practice? Or the decree that ALLAH SubhanA wa has decreed? Because if you remember from the beginning, we said, who could be one of two meanings, this cateva could be a decree that ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala had made everything perfect already as it is, or to be that Allah subhanaw is commanding you to practice everything with a sense. So which one do you think is actually the

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meaning of the Hadith? So it comes out to the practice, that you practice things with their son. So it's actually the first one not the second one we have here in this in this explanation now.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, concerning standing in prayer during the fast of Ramadan, I was afraid that it would be made obligatory Yakubu upon you. And he said I was commanded the use of the miswak to stick so much so that I became afraid that it would be made obligatory he have to move on me. And he said, there has been decreed cultiva for the sin of Adam, his share of adultery and he will unavoidably acquire that none. So now what's coming next in sha Allah Tala America Raja Rahim Allah is going to be explaining the different different way of fulfilling that sun. So some would be in terms of commands, in terms of prohibition does have manners and other

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things. So let's say some of the examples mentioned here. Thus, this hadith is a textual statement on the obligatory nature of a son excellence. Allah subhanho wa Taala commands it for he says in more higher moral art legal is and so what he says over here said look Allah subhana wa that command you to practice SN command you to practice SN which means it is going to be coming into some of the some of the commands you will receive from Allah subhanho wa Taala to do these things with the sun, go ahead. Allah subhanho wa Taala commands Justice and doing good SN and he says what I see what I see who

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you ask, you know in law law how you sing

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and do good exam, Allah loves good doers not so. So for the sake of time got exponential this concept here because he mentioned like when it comes to the command, when it comes to the command, he says there are two types of commands, a command that is binding and that's obligation and a command that is non binding. That's what we call Mr. Hub. So if you have seen in the blue here in the

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On the screen actually, the first one he says sense of obligation. So that's the command that is binding right now. And also you have a command that is not binding which would be considered sunnah and muster hub. And the Hadith when Allah when he says in Allah katha, Hassan Allah Felicia, Allah describes a sign for everything, MS and everything, whether it's considered binding or non binding. However, what he refers to over here is that everything has its own measurement when it comes to sun. What does that mean? For example, it comes to visual validation. Is there any specific measurement for that there is no specific measurement for that. So this for you is different than

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me. Maybe your parents are close to you. My parents are for example, far away. Your parents, for example, are still alive, someone else's parents passed away. So everybody is required to practice verify them with their son to a specific measure that is really to them. But you are required to practice as a son in all aspects of dealing with your parents. That's in terms of its obligation in terms of recommendation, for example, such as dental hygiene, using them as swag, for example, there's a commander, but it's not obligatory, it's just a recommendation to what level and it's up to you, but a son has specific degrees for it. Then he goes on to talk about in terms of the name,

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I'm gonna inshallah move forward quickly. Here. He goes as for excellence in abandoning things, like right now also, you're required to practice the sun, even when you observe what a name which means to abandon the Haram, the abandoned the mcru which means abandoning what is considered binding or non binding haram or macro, as Allah says, whether through law here or if mu about because Allah says, Stay away, abandoned wrong actions outward and inward. So in this in this case, I need to do everything in my power to make my abandoning of prohibition as perfect as possible. Like what you don't drink, you don't drink alcohol handler brand, that's perfect. Okay, part of also abandoning

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alcohol is what? Abandoned where it served.

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Part of it is staying away, staying away, for example, from where it's made, or transferring it to somebody or whatever that is anything related to alcohol, you stay away from it. Even when you go shopping for grocery, for example, do you dare walk in the through the aisles where the alcohol is actually sold? I mean, for many people just they go through it. Normal right? For a reliever you go there with kind of any concern. Like saying I wasn't

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ready because now you're going through something alarmist Allah made haram. So the practice of this also comes with a son, and what level do you put your practice of profit staying away from the prohibition? Then he talked about excellence and being and being steadfast for suburbs. So he spoke about one of the areas right to manners and traits, and he's talked about being Western, even when it comes to being patient, Carl, Asana Filipina Camila Sabah, what does that mean? At what level? Are you going to practice steadfastness and being patient when it comes to dealing with hardships and difficulties? Even time will Jazeera him Allah? I'll explain the different degrees how people

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deal with, with hardships, with calamities, with tests and trials? Because some people they practice what l Jazza. And what is the judge showing this pleasure?

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To show displeasure when something happens? You show displeasure, you're not happy with it, and you talk about it? Why is this happening to me on this and that? Those people who do this, they failed. Al Jazeera person fails over here. It comes to dealing with that test. The second thing showing Patience, and what does that mean? Meaning you you don't say anything, even though inside in your heart, you're displeased. You don't you're not you're not happy with it. But I'm not saying anything bad. That's called sober. Now, is there anything better than that? Nam Carlo, or Rideau River which means acceptance to accept. In this case, you don't just stay quiet. hamdulillah your heart is at

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ease because you trust Allah's judgment. No matter what it is how hard it is still a trust Allah says man so my heart is at ease Allah subhanho wa Taala well this for me, I accept that from Allah azza wa jal Is there anything better than that is

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anything better than just being being patient and being you know, in this case, rather than have that acceptance, what could be better than that?

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The being grateful

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every time I have a local mahkamah Chakra

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reach that level of great gratitude. Like someone when he sees tears coming to him, how does he see that? Is Allah chose me for this this

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happened hamdulillah May Allah subhanho wa Taala reward us may Allah this Mala that and in the context of what's happening as the right now Allah you see wonders from these people over there.

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Like people lose their children, their brothers and, and the big smile on the face of harm are there they weren't ahead of us in Jannah

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like Allah chose us for this hamdulillah we've been created to win we've been in this women where they get these words from, from the strength of their Eman and their acceptance of Allah subhanho cada not just being rowdy, not just accepting that being grateful for being chosen for such a situation that although in the Sunnah, we're not supposed to wish for that. We're supposed to ask ALLAH SubhanA to protect us from this and keep us safe. But if laka Allah, Allah chose us for this calamity, then in this case, we accept hola Jasmine subhanho wa Taala now here are few things that we're going to mention shout out quickly, I'll go to number two.

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When the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent a raiding party on a military expedition in the way of Allah subhanho wa Taala he used to say to them do not mutilate and do not kill the children. So this is actually came in the context speaker about Watson, okay, Glyfada cutters, if you're gonna be killing, like in terms of war, he says, even when, when something like this happens, you need to observe specific rules. Today in the modern world, they wait until 1949, to have the Geneva Convention to discuss the humanitarian law of war. And talk about what talking about, you know, the rights of prisoners of war, the right of civilians under occupation, the right of this, even the

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right of how to treat bodies of enemies, for example, and a noncombatant and all that kind of stuff. That was not in 1949 and 1950. Plus, in Islam, all these rules were actually mentioned way before the Prophet SAW Selim he, he disliked that and he did not like it one time, it was in the battlefield and the Prophet SAW said he saw a lady that was killed and Salah Listen, His face changed he says who did this? He was so furious. Like who did this Why did you call the woman

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so these rules have been given to us in the generations ago. As a province as I mentioned next Hadith insha Allah Tala, when even in matters like this, he there is an ethic there's rules that need to be observed even in the battlefield.

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Urban Meyer generated these of urban masu that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, the most abstinent people in their killing are the people of iman na. So what does that mean? People have Eman even when they do that. They have codes of ethics that they observe. Not because the Geneva Convention told them so. So that when they're not nobody's watching, they violate every single rule of that conventionality? No, it's because they have code of ethics because they believe Allah subhanaw is watching and Allah will hold you accountable if they torture if they mutilate if they hurt anybody. So we're going to sell a skip that part to number three is number three, number

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four, number three now number three is specific Why is it so specific over here because actually speaks about

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one particular story that probably maybe many people heard about and it's

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there's some confusion about it. That story is known as Hadith Al Quran een a group of people from a tribe called Reina

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and they came to the Prophet sallahu wa salam. They said, we're Muslims. And we we came to Medina they get sick. They're not used to the climate of Medina, it's very moist. So the allergies, maybe they hurt them. So the provinces have says, Why don't you go out in the desert, go where they have able to sadhaka where the cameras for for the for the car is being taken care of like it's, it's the state the state property, go there, refresh, take fresh air, expose yourself to the sun, get from the milk and even urine actually, we're gonna see that inshallah to Allah. And then when you feel better, you can come back again. So look what happened. They're not

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those good. Those who permit that seek to prove it by the Hadith about the people from

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when he says, just quickly, those who permit that the mean of this day was arguing about is it permissible to punish something with mutilation if their crime was enough enough, that justifies that, to what extent let's see that.

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Those who permit that seek to prove it by the Hadith about the people from Adana, which the two of them rated in the two serie books in the hadith of us that some people from Orianna came to the messenger for loss of some months Allahu Allahu alayhi wa salam in Medina, and what adversely affected by it Slamet the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said to them, if you want to go to the soccer camels and drink their milk and urine, then do so now. drinking the milk is understandable. What about the urine?

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Is that permissible Gemma

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Now these animals because of domestic animals, like sheep, cows, and actually, cameras, the urine is thorough, but it's dirty, obviously. However, specifically for the camels, it has its own

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unique value, medicinal values, because these animals they eat what they eat the grass and the herbs in the desert. So just like the honey, I mean, what is the honey anyways your ma, it's the,

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the bees poop basically. Right? And you studied it, and you enjoy it. It's the kind of like similar to that, but because it takes all the medicinal attributes of the of the of the desert. So when someone is getting allergies and so on, it has that. So the province has some allow them to, to use it for the treatment. So see what happens that

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they did that and were restored to health. Then they rose up against the shepherds, killed them, reneged on Islam, and drove off several of the camels of the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that reason that reached the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. And he sent a party after them, they were brought back to him and he had their hands and feet cut off, their eyes put out an order that they be left on the stony tracks until they died in another version, that is that, then they were cast out in the sun until they dried it another version that is that the eyes were put out and they were thrown out on the stony track. They wouldn't ask for water, but they will not give in

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any in a version of a telemovie. There if that he had all alternate hands and feet cut off in unnecessary words in there is that he had them crucified. Now why all of these actually different descriptions happening in this story, because that's exactly what they did to the shepherd.

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They did exactly the same thing to the shepherd, they cut their hands and their feet, they put their eyes out, and they throw them in the desert actually under the sun until they die. So when the Prophet saw some so what they've done to the shepherds, he was so enraged, so by the time they caught, they caught up for them and they brought them back, they were punished exactly in the same way that they've committed the crime against these innocent shepherds.

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And that's one of the ways actually in the in the criminal justice system happens over here because the punishment should be a deterrent for the crime. And Allah subhanho wa Taala commands the people to retaliate equally, and in this case, they've committed this such a crime then deserve to be punished in the same fashion. And that regards here, but who's responsible to do that, obviously, is a state that's basically in the in the state, not individuals, they go after people killed them the way they wish, but actually supposed to be under the rule of course of law. So that's an example what about using fire number four, let's go to number four quickly.

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It is narrated of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that he had given permission to burn with fire. And then later he prohibited that as it's narrated, and Sahil Buhari from Abu Huraira radula Tala know that he said, the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam sent us out on a military expedition. And he said, if you find so and so and so and so might say to men of Quraysh, then burn them and fire. Then later the messenger of allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, when we intended to to depart, I had ordered you to burn so and so and so and so with fire. No one punishes with fire but Allah so if you find them kill them, so the prophets that was me abrogated the first order. He

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said, burn them a few if you catch them, but he says, Don't do that. Just finish them. And that would be it. So that was something that was actually acceptable before and then actually then this was removed from that. And we know that in the in the Second World War, they're using actually

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fire blow, right? And then burning the enemies in that fashion. And that's something that in Islam, he said, No, you shouldn't be doing that. Although, there were some reports that there was practice by some other Sahaba until of course, it was completely

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removed from the practice among them. Now number five with Russia the next page most of the people of knowledge disapprove of burning even vermin with fire, Ibrahim and nhei set burning a scorpion with fire is mutilation under the four bed burning natspec Fire Muhammad said do not pray fish over a fire while they're still alive. But he said the longest is less serious since it has had it since it has no blood while that's a humble opinion just to let you know

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because that means are you allowed to put the lobster in the boiling water Gemma based on this opinion says no right. But the automat the majority say it's okay there's nothing wrong with that should be fine and Charlotte doll but the idea I wanted to bring here is that look how Subhanallah diverse the system man is merciful. Even Even if you want to kill

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vermin and animals that would hurt you in NC that will

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bother you. You're not supposed to use fire for this because not be acceptable and isn't allowed. So, I've seen some people sometimes use the fire to burn actually the animal and another animal, the ants in the backyard and so on. You're not acceptable. You shouldn't be doing that at all. Sometimes I've seen some kids actually grabbing a magnifying glass and going after the ants please don't give this to kids as a man don't send them with a bag in the back with that they're not supposed to hurt these animals and insects with that now.

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Six Yes, go ahead. See this firm is established. It is firmly established at the Prophet sallallahu orally while he was slim forbade the confining the confining source of beasts, which is captured and then short with arrows and the light until it dies. So that's what it means is that the treatment of animals even treated with animals needs to be with Assad. You're not allowed to use animals as target practice. You're not allowed to enter for game like this, like people they do and they go chase after them until they catch them and they torture these animals Allama Stan and some even they do them as sports. But Islamically speaking you cannot use an animal that has a rule or soul for

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such a practice or playing it as game did not accept it at all. Lastly, shall I'm gonna go quickly over the meaning of the slaughter of the animal their son so when he said that you need to practice the slaughter of an animal their son he mentioned a few things and you can see them in the blue over here. He mentioned a few things number one is that the blade must be sharpen my blade as we sharpen and not just be sharpen, look how the other even when the animal concealed from the animals. Like you don't go in front of the god and just like us not sharpen the knife and getting ready to dive with that thing. That's not the other, you might say but it's an animal What are

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you gonna kill it anyway? Okay, the mean diligently just like the prophets, Allah some suggested for us, and even forbade us from killing animals in front of each other. Sometimes, you know, you go to the slaughterhouse unfortunate that's what they do. You have multiple animals in front of each other and just, it's just like a massacre over there. And it's not supposed to happen because that's another prophet Sallallahu wasallam The Prophet said some commands to treat him gently. Like in the story of a man. One time the Prophet SAW and saw a man was carrying grabbing the animal from its ear. Another narration was actually from the hoof, just one Hooven dragging it on the ground. And

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the Prophet says I'm just stopping because like, take it gently.

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And even the man who said that also, but I'm gonna kill it anyway. So okay, then could it take a gentleman was taken to slaughter just take it gently. Another thing that the purpose of commands is for us is when you even make the cut, making sure that the cut actually is completely clear and clean, meaning it cuts all the jugular veins. So the animal bleeds comfortably and immediately not make a small cut and, and torture that animal as it bleeds to death in that fashion. And finally, he says also with Rama, and part of the drama and mercy that if the baby goat or animal was still young, wait, don't separate them yet until they become semi independent from their mothers. So if

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you can see is Hala from this hadith the Prophet system, even though the context is just about slaughtering animals, but it's all about sun and sun is how Allah subhanho wa Taala clear this whole universe and Allah subhanaw taala commands to practice everything with us and as a matter of fact, this whole creation was made for the purpose of Sn as Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah, Allah call motohio Talia Balu welcome au come as an im Allah. He is the One who created death and life to try who's going to be most excellent in their deeds. And with the deeds that you do and everything, whether you're driving, you're eating, you're cooking, you're studying, you're reading, you're

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working, whatever that you do, whatever that you do remember, with the sun, and what do you get for the son of your iman? You get a son for reward, as Allah subhana says, helps us out son in the lesson. What is the reward for a son or than a son? The reward for excellence should always be accessed from Allah subhanaw taala May Allah azza wa jal give us the ability to practice our firstborn son Euro bill Alameen. We ask Allah subhanho wa Taala towards would fully son in this dunya Ananda wala Huhtala

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received a few questions quickly and we'll go over the questions yes Tada.

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While you're reciting and listening, so you have the audio is playing and you're reciting with it? Is that what you're saying?

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It's for practice if it's for practice, why not?

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At hamdulillah Milan, Milan, bless you Ramadan. Like you practice what you practice that 100 of you because the technology that we have right now, you can play the algae you listen to the curry, read with the curry out loud. So now you're reading

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If you're listening, and you're also practicing with that, is that is that okay to do, of course, for the sake of practice, but for the sake of reflecting, you're probably going to need your own accurate citation for yourself that will be better for you inshallah Tada Kota. Wallah. Do you have a QR code on the screen? Okay, now

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so we talked about when we when we kill the animals regardless of their for for food or otherwise that was to say

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the treatment Yeah, I mean you treat the all animals

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unless of course we talk about harmful animals a professor some commands to kill specific animals such as, for example, rodents for example, mice and rats, you kill these animals but when you kill it, you're not going to torture to kill it. If you grab it just kill it

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Oh, like any any animal that has sold all the animals or souls right? So when you kill them, obviously, eventually you have to consider that that has ruined as the Profit System says nah, and you will feel Rojava that you're not allowed to take anything that is alive, or live in being basically animals or otherwise as a target practice. You can do this now. Just

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when you're reading the Quran, right?

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Understand the context

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when it was second right now, for someone who's, who doesn't like we're just gonna work so hard towards to Islam

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seeking anybody's guidance on

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it's the word of Allah that can that can

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so we talk about how people read the Quran, they need to have proper tafsir understanding of it, right? So when someone converts to Islam, and they take a copy of the of the Quran with them. So what does the word is up with them right now? Well, keep in mind that translation itself is explanation. The English translation, it's an explanation. So it's the best, easiest explanation of the Quran to them. So hamdulillah they're using someone else understanding of the Quran in a translation. It's not like someone who is the Arabic and start making reflection on it. This is different. But again, if you don't know the answer to this, you go ask somebody else. So if they

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don't know the meaning of an IRA, they come to somebody who can help them out a shout out of Oregon.

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So we still have the question from last week as you move over here.

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Okay, we don't control the law, how the slaughterhouses don't slaughter it with ESA and especially with the Hello that behind and so on. What should we do be done? In this regard? Would it be better to for us to eat meat from a human humane source? That isn't necessarily I mean, it has to be some that are stored stored properly. So if it's a lot of property is considered the visa.

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But again, not every other behind fortunately, is actually slaughtered in a humane way. Because I've seen some people who are suppose they are handler Muslims, and running

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a Muslim slaughterhouse. But the way that they do these things is just awful. The way that you did animals, it's just awful. So does that make it actually any halal, unfortunately, is still halal. But as you type, that's where the time comes in the ethical aspect of it is important. So yeah, you want to do a sun in both the way you slaughter and the way you treat the animal as well too.

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is buying health insurance allowed? Is it is it a sign if we leave it

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alone, Stan?

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Well, unfortunately, living in this society, this is one of those considered the irony.

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And had yet some of the pressing needs are required in the society. Otherwise, people can really have serious damage to the running livelihood, property, and so on. So with high end builds, and so on. So that's why the other half of our time here locally, they mentioned that if you had to do it, then you buy and you buy a handler enough to cover your needs without having to go to the maximum now.

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But if you're humble, you're sufficient financially, and you can cover your needs your expensive luck other life if needed. You don't need to do that.

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Are both the fucker the double different types of reflection? I think we mentioned that already. The difficulty is about going over the meanings of the IR and go beyond the words and to the board's going for the action items like what is the meaning of this? What do I need to do with that right now?

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What is the ruling on allowing the toddler holding the Quran? Which obviously he doesn't have although should be fine It's okay.

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We don't want to teach the kids that this book is actually a dangerous book. You know sometimes parents when they keep telling the kids No don't touch it stay away from it don't touch it. These kids they grew up this is dangerous we'll come back and attach this book anymore. It's alright let them touch it let him hold it let him pretend that the reading and shallot let him love it. And then we deal with that later in short about a quarter and even having no will do is okay to touch the most half. What is not arguable amygdala is being on the set of Geneva or the lady for example being on on her period

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bug zappers This is now electric so the example for bug zapper considered similar to fire wallet is a good question.

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I don't know I really don't know No it is a form of using fire yeah and in that regard I'm a buzzer permissible for for these bugs harmful bugs.

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I need to check that

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you can catch the mosquito right well there are other ways of doing that they can trap them in certain things and so on but using zappers I don't know we'll see shall I'll look into that shall have the water cotana Well done fairly shallow that will occur somewhere according to local gutter just a reminder so next week we're gonna have a break inshallah for Thanksgiving break and then we will resume after we come back from

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the local club.

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