Yasir Qadhi – Act With Justice!

Yasir Qadhi
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hamdulillah All praise is due to Allah subhanho wa Taala we praise Him and we seek His help in every affair of ours. And we seek refuge in Allah from the evils of our souls and the consequences of our actions. Whomever Allah subhanho wa Taala either guides, none can miss guide and whoever is misguided cannot be guided except by him. I bear witness and I testify that there is no deity worthy of worship other than Allah Jalla Jalla who, who and bear witness and testify that Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is his final prophet, and his most perfect worshipper. As to what follows dear Muslims, Allah subhanho wa Taala has reminded us to be conscious of him in the Quran,

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every single Friday, every hottie around the world, finishes his hutzpah with a particular verse in the Quran. It is a verse in Surah to Nahan in Allah Hi yah Maroubra ugly when it's sunny. We're at the Korba ALLAH SubhanA wa Taala commands you to act with justice. Today's Hazza will be about this command to act with adults with justice. This concept of acting with Adam is one of the primary characteristics that is praised in the Quran. In fact, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada reminds us that the concept of God

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Justice of fairness of equity is so central that it is one of the main reasons why Allah revealed the books and sent to the prophets. Allah says in surah, Bella Hadid, Lakota, our sunnah Roussillon I build the units, we sent our prophets with miracles, one Zelner Muhammad Al Kitab, and we sent with them the books while Meezan and we reveal the skills of justice Leah Kuma nurse to Bilquis so that mankind can establish kissed or justice, we sent the prophets will reveal the books and we sent down the scales we'll talk about what does it mean to send on the scales so that mankind can live with justice? Allah says in the law, huh? Yeah. Moodle Bill agile. Allah says call Amara rob the

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bill kissed, say, My Lord is commanding you to act in fairness to establish justice. And as Sudha Rahman ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada mentions that he has sent down the MISA and he has sent down the skills so that you establish the Mazon with justice, the Mazon is symbolically the ultimate manifestation of being fair. You give me something I put on on one side, and I sell you something that is the equivalent on the other side. Allah says He sent the me Zan down. What does it mean? Allah sent me Zan down. Our scholars say this has multiple meanings. First and foremost, that Allah subhanho wa Taala has ingrained in our souls, the concept of justice, Allah created us wanting all of us to be

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just we require justice. And when we see injustice, when we are treated unfairly, then every human being knows this is something that is wrong. Then Allah sent the prophets and the books to establish justice, it is ingrained in us but the prophets and the books come with a higher commandment, Allah commands you to be just Allah will reward you and you're just Allah will punish you and you're unjust. And Allah azza wa jal revealed how to be just Allah revealed the rights the hook that everybody has upon everybody else. So Allah azza wa jal ingrain justice in us, then Allah sent down the books and the prophets to teach us the final realities of justice. And then Allah subhana wa

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Taala blessed us with instruments of Justice, the Mazon Allah allowed us to create actual instruments by which we can measure justice, we can be fair with the people, and that is why the me Zahn the scales is the universal symbol of justice. In every court of law in the world. What is the symbol of justice, you have somebody who is blind carrying the scales, I'm going to be impartial, I'm going to be fair, and I'm going to weigh things equitably. Allah says I revealed those skills to you, meaning it is ingrained in your heart and soul meaning I sent the prophets to affirm this and meaning I gifted you instruments by which you can demonstrate to mankind that you are being fair.

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The concept of being fair of being just is so central, that even before an Islamic State was established. Even before there was the republic in Medina, even before the Hegira when the prophets Assam undertook the covenant the Treaty of Aqaba, it was ingrained in the treaty inside the Treaty of Aqaba, when there was no Islamic latest state and land of the phrases of the treaty was that as rock but as as Oba Ignace Ahmed said, the Prophet sallallahu either he was salam undertook a treaty with us. And a part of that treaty is that we act with justice with Idle No matter what the situation may be, no matter what the situation. Our Shetty tells us, we must act with fairness, we

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must act with justice. In the Quran. There are two verses in particular that are very similar to one another, and yet there's a slight difference in them. And in fact, they occur just a few pages apart Sudha Nyssa verse 135, followed by Sudha Telma in verse eight, listen to the Arabic and see if you can spot the difference. Yeah, you Allah Dina Amanu Allah subhanho wa Taala says, Oh, you who believe all move, stand up shahada a little kiss stand up testifying for justice, almost little history shahada Allah excuse me the first verse humo Bill Chrisley shahada, Allah Allah stand up with Justice testifying to Allah subhanho wa Taala and the other verse, Allah says, Oh, you who

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believe who more than Allah here shahada is reversed around, Stand up for Allah testifying to justice. In both of these verses. Allah subhanho wa Taala equates stand

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Leading up to him with standing up to justice equates testifying to him to testifying with justice. And in Surah Telma in particular, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, while you're gerrymander Commissioner, Coleman, Isla, de rue era de rue who are corroborated taqwa, make sure the hatred of a people does not cause you to act unjustly act with justice, even against your enemies. That is the essence of piety. Make sure when you're dealing with people, just because you don't like somebody, just because somebody has wronged you, in another transaction with that person, you must still act with justice, even if they have acted with injustice in a previous transaction error due to be just

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that is the essence of piety.

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What is the difference between ideal and between the sloths, orcas, our scholars say that idle and kissed are by and large synonymous, but idle is the concept of justice. And this is to manifest it in your life. So I did you have it in your heart. And Chris, you show it amongst people. And that's why because Thanos is the symbol of justice. And Allah says in the Quran, that when you bring about reconciliation between two warring parties, between two people that are fighting, Allah says Asli Hubei now, Homer bill, ideally what occurs to to bring about reconciliation with fairness, and then show this amongst them. So Allah says, Be fair, and then demonstrate that fairness or Sliggoo Bill

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agile will cause you to bring about any reconciliation, any peace treaty, any issue, resolve it with fairness, and then show that you have done justice. And by the way, the Arabic word justice and the English word justice, they actually are from the same root because you say sound similar because Thorson justice and so that's why we can literally say the Quran commands us with justice. And literally the word justice in the Arabic is Chris FOSS. It comes from the same cognate. Now, question is how is justice manifested? What exactly does it mean to be fair, the reality is that every single one of us must demonstrate fairness and justice at every level of our interactions,

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whether we are the ruler or an actual judge in a court of law, or whether we are in charge of other people, such as in a family situation, whether we are in our office, and there are people above us and below us, we are responsible for some people and responsible to other people. Every one of us must demonstrate fairness and justice at every level of our existence, justice with family and friends, justice with your spouse, justice with your children, justice with your colleagues, justice with your boss justice with your employees, and every one of us will be asked about the rights that are do unto other people. In Surah Nisa, the verse that mentions justice, it comes after family and

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being just with your wives and being just with your inheritance and being just with all of your kith and kin. Then Allah azza wa jal says, Stand up with Justice testifying to Allah subhanho wa taala. Question arises, what are some practical Quranic steps and Hadith steps to demonstrate justice? How can we be just amongst family and friends, we'll summarize seven points in today's codebook. Number one, and the most important,

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make the intention to be fair amongst people, if you don't have the intention, you're never going to get there. And that's why Allah says, All Bill Chrisley stand up for justice. And Allah says, Allah commands you to be just and Allah says, Allah Amara be bilkis, my Lord commands Justice. So in your heart, put it, I want to be fair in every transaction in every interaction with somebody, I don't want to take more than what is due to me. I don't want to be acting in an unjust manner, put it in your heart, I want to be fair, I want to be just make an effort from the curb, make it in your loss that I'm going to be fair in my interaction. Number two, we learned from the Hadith of the ways to

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be just in your interaction is to follow the golden rule to follow the golden rule. What is the golden rule? Do unto others what you want done unto you treat others the way you want to be treated in any situation? Follow the golden rule. How would you like to be treated? If you were in the other person's shoes, put yourself in that other person's shoes and then see how would you like to be treated? This is going to help you in your journey to be treated fairly and to treat others fairly. Number three, whenever the situation allows for it

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Don't treat people of the same category in the same manner. When people are in the same category, and you are in some way responsible for them, then you must treat all of the people in a similar category the same, you cannot give preferential treatment when the people are in the same category, so the father must treat all the children the same outwardly.

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Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam A man came to him and said, I have gifted this son of mine a very expensive gift. And I want you to bear witness to this. The Prophet system said, Did you gift all of your other children the same? He said, No, only this one. He said that no, I cannot testify to this, I do not testify to an injustice, you have no right to preferentially treat one person the same category in a different manner. The same goes our Prophet system was married to multiple wives, he treated all of them with justice. And he said, Oh Allah, I'm treating them outwardly as best as I can ask for my heart that is beyond my control time and money must be given the same. The same goes

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if you're the boss, and you have employees in the same category for no reason, you cannot preferentially treat somebody that is unfair, that is unjust. So wherever possible, treat people exactly the same. Now, obviously, as we said, wherever possible, because if the situation calls for it in a gathering, you treat the elders with more respect than you treat the youngsters. That's not the same category, but you use your common sense where people are in the same category, and you are responsible for them because of this category. You cannot preferentially treat otherwise, you're going to bring about accusations of injustice. This is the third point treat people equally. The

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fourth point before you judge, before you pass a verdict, before you form an opinion about somebody, listen to their excuse. Don't judge your family, your friend before listening to their excuse. If something's troubling, you ask them point blank, why did you do this? What is the reason for this in the Quran we learn when dellwood Alayhis Salam he listened to one side of a complaint before the other and he reached a verdict, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada reprimanded him that don't do this. act with justice amongst people. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, when he sent it to the Allahu Allah to Yemen, he said to him, never decide a matter before you listen to both sides of any dispute.

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Don't just listen to one side and then make the judgment in his own lifetime. Our Prophet saw some would never simply judge based upon the outer appearance, he would ask, Why did you do this when how to bid in the bell tower when he betrayed the secret of the profits and send them to the operation? The process of did not enact an execution he called him said Explain yourself, why did you do this and one out to be explained, I gave a whole lecture about this the process of accepted this excuse. Similarly, when some news comes to you have a family, a friend, a colleague, who does something that sounds really bad for you, it hurts you it's not fair. Before you make a judgement. The Shetty says,

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Call ask find out verify, get their perspective, listen to their excuse before you form your own opinion. So this is the fourth aspect of how we achieve justice in our life. The fifth, the Quran is very clear, and it's the Hadith. Be careful of your own biases of the heart. Be aware of your biases before you get involved in any dispute, any judgment, any issue. So the Quran says Let not the hatred of a person cause you to act unjustly. Allah is saying you have biases, know your biases, be aware of your biases, if somebody has wronged you, then another issue happens just because they've wronged you in the past. You cannot take your anger out in another issue. You cannot make a judgment

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based upon the past for another issue. And Allah says be careful and act with justice even against your enemies. And that's why even our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he forbade people from passing a verdict from judging when they're angry, don't judge somebody when you're angry, calm down, do will do be in a better state of mind and then reassess the facts. Look at what is happening. Don't act in a hasty manner before you judge. So and this applies even if you're an actual judge in a court of law. And if you're judging something that happened in your own household, you're judging something that happened in work if something makes you angry, calm down, and then

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reassess and think about the situation. So be aware of your own biases Be aware of your own emotions and remind yourself that you are only human so calm down as our profit system said let none of you judge when you are angry. That's the ad Ethan's gonna tell me the let none of you judge when you are angry. This is the fifth point of trying to reach a level of justice in our law.

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I use the sixth point, we are all human. And if we fall short, if we act in a manner that is unjust, then in order to establish credibility, we must admit I was wrong. And we must make up for a past mistake. When we do so we don't lose face, we gained credibility. So to conquer our own egos in a past mistake, an issue that happened in the workplace, amongst your children, with your family, with your spouse, if a mistake happens, admit I was wrong here. This is a mistake, and this is actually going to gain you credibility. And this is what the Sharia itself recommends to us and teaches us when a mistake has happened. When you act in a manner that is unjust, then in order to establish

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justice in the future, you must make up for this that what you have done in the past, a beautiful anecdote from the Sierra that demonstrates this in the Battle of budget before the Battle of butter, everybody's tense, everybody's nervous, and they're lining up in the Battle of brother to face the enemy. And our Prophet sallallahu. artesan is making sure everything is absolutely perfect for the battle. And he himself has an arrow in his hand, you know, just he has it ready to fight, and he's walking in front of the lines, and he sees one of the Sahaba he sees one of the Sahaba standing there and the sahabi is standing in front of the line. He's standing where he should not be standing

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and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam pokes him his name was Seewald he says the Aussie will get back in line and he poked him with the arrow, the sharp part of the arrow he poked him in the stomach said yeah, see what get back in the line. You're too You're too ahead. So see what said, Ya rasool Allah, Allah sent you with the truth and winter, I deal with justice. And you have poked me with a bear arrow causing me pain. And this is unjust. The level of pain for my crime is too much. It's really trying to say all I'm doing I'm standing in front of the line, you could have just told me to go back I would have gone back instead you took an arrow and you hurt me there was no blood,

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but you hurt me. And Allah sent you with justice. This is the the narration we have from a double Ronnie from Ibanez Hawk Sera, we have this Allah sent you with justice, and you have acted unjustly. So I demand retribution. I want to now give back what you have given to me Subhanallah it's the bottle of butter, and everybody's tense and nervous. And if something small like this happens, the general the leaders telling you but no, he brings up the concept of justice. And he says y'all rasool Allah, I demand my fair retribution. What is truly mind boggling about this narration, you know, any other general would have said, Who are you to challenge me, any other leader would have

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said put yourself in place. But this is Rasulullah sallallahu, ala he was selling them instantaneously, he lifted his shirt up, and he handed the arrow to him. And he said, take your attribution now. And our scholars say he lifted the shirt up even though SeaWatch shirt was covered with armor, he lifted the shirt up so that the retribution will be more in the heck of the Profit System just so that there is no argument on the day of judgment that oh, he hurt me more. He hurt me less. No, the profit doesn't want it to be hurt more so that there's no claim on the day of judgment. He lifted his shirt up, showed his bare belly and he's handed the arrow to him and said

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Here retribution. Look at how swiftly the Prophet system understood the reality of justice. It is as if he's acknowledging You're right. I hurt you more than you deserve for this infraction you didn't deserve a poke, so Halas take retribution, you may poke me back, look at how swiftly the Profit System understood the reality of justice and this is how you establish credibility. Obviously, the See what I did not want to do this obviously, were rather He immediately bent down and he kissed the navel of the prophets of Allah who I knew he was telling him and he hugged the Prophet SAW Selim the process and said what are you doing? I did this so that you can poke me he said you have this will

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Allah I don't know this might be my last few moments on Earth I might die a Shahidan a few minutes I wanted my last act that my skin touch your skin. I wanted this Baraka that's why I did what I did. I I created this so that I can hug you now you allowed me to hug you and I'm happy to go into battle. Subhanallah even the love that you know, this demonstrates of our of the companions for the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, but the point here, he literally call for justice against the Prophet sallallahu I think he was selling them. And the problem said, You're right, let's be fair, fair and square. I hurt you. You heard me back Subhanallah this is what you call credibility. And the seventh

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and final point brothers and sisters, one of the strongest ways to establish justice in our lives. One of the most effective methods

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In isms, Allah will judge you, depending on how you judge other people, Allah will judge you and your judgment with Allah subhanho wa Taala will be based upon your fair treatment of other people. If you were fair, Allah azza wa jal will demonstrate that in your life, and if you were unfair, well, then it is fair that you pay the penalty for being unfair, and Allah azza wa jal will judge you for that unfairness. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Three are the people who make judgments, two of them will go to Jahannam, only one will go to Jannah. Three are the people when you make any judgment, whether you're an actual judge, or you make judgment amongst people, you make

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a call, and you and you act upon that judgment in your life, three are the categories, two are going to be punished, one is going to be getting reward. As for the one who will get the reward, it is the one who searched for the truth understood the truth, and that judged upon the truth, you made the effort, you found out what's right and wrong. And then you pass the verdict based upon that that person is in Jannah. As for the other to

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the one who knew what is right and wrong, but he still gave a judgment that was not in accordance with the truth, his how his desires got the better of him, his ego got the better of him, something got the better of him, he knew which one is right and wrong, what should be done. But for whatever reason, he made the wrong judgment, that person is a sinful person, and that person might potentially be punished, that is the second person and the third person, the prophet system said, but module, Jai Hill, he didn't even care to verify he didn't do the requisite, he's not qualified or he didn't do the verification and he still made the judgment, that person as well is going to

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potentially be punished, only the one who verified and acted in accordance with that verification, that is the one that is going to get the reward from Allah subhanaw taala. Brothers and sisters, Ibn Taymiyyah has a famous passage in which he says, justice is the backbone of all societies. Justice is the backbone of all societies, where there is justice Ibn Taymiyyah said that society flourishes and Allah will bless a just society, even if they are Kaffir. This would imitate me I said, Allah will bless a just society, even if they are cafard. There will be blessed in this world, not in the era in this world, they'll get they're going to become a superpower in this world, they will have

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stability in this world, they will be blessed with the dunya blessings. And they've been Tamia den said and Allah azza wa jal will remove the blessings of a land in which there is no justice, even if they are Muslim, even if they're Muslim, but there's corruption. There's facade, power gets the right of way, your blood, your monarchy, your connections, your wasa that's how justice is done, that society is not going to be blessed. Brothers and sisters, Ibn Taymiyyah remarked this 800 years ago, open your eyes look at the reality around you. And Wallahi it is so true. Justice is more important for this dunya than even inside faith Yes, in the off camera, that faith will help you

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more no doubt but in this dunya justice is the backbone of society where justice is established society flourishes so I can remind myself and all of you strive to be fair strive to act justly at every level of your life. And when we do so, we will be blessed in this dunya and the era May Allah subhanho wa Taala bless me and you with and through the Quran. And May He make us of those who is versus they understand and applies halal and haram throughout our lifespan. I ask Allah's forgiveness you as well ask him for his love of food and the ramen.

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Alhamdulillah All praise is due to Allah, the One and the unique. He it is when we worship, and it is his aid that we seek. He is the Lord of the oppressed, and he hears the prayer of the week as to what follows. One of the ways to demonstrate the importance of justice is to remind ourselves of the dangers of injustice, and that is a whole hubbub in a separate time, but I just want to remind myself of one Hadith and one famous statement and one of the scholars of our past. Our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said it took a Volmer for in Volmer Voluma to yarmulke Yama, I caution you to be aware of injustice. And then he did a pun on Arabic words for in a volume volume arts

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volume will become darkness vole means injustice. Photomath is darkness. When you are unjust in this world, when you treat people unfairly. We have to be careful here because a lot of people say how can I be unfair to others brothers and sisters, if you are taking the rights of other people. If somebody is owed something by you

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If somebody entrusted their Amana their trust to you, if you promise somebody something, if you are in a business transaction or deal and you don't act fairly, you act unjustly. This is a manifestation of injustice. Injustice is not just technical regimes Yes, that is the worst type of injustice, no doubt, bombing and imprisoning scholars Yes, that's the worst type of injustice. But injustice takes place at the individual level as well between husband and wife there can be injustice amongst father and children there could be injustice amongst business partners, there could be injustice, taking advantage of people is in just breaking your contracts is unjust stealing

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property taking wealth that is not yours is unjust. Having some type of scheme that is unjust is the manifestation of injustice, slandering people backbiting, lying about people is a type of injustice. All of these are types of injustice, ease in your personal lives, and the famous scholar of the past Sophia Anna 31, of the great icons of the students of the students of the Sahaba he remarked, if I were to meet Allah, with 70, big sins that are secret and private between me and Allah 70 sins 70 major sins, but their personal I have done them between myself and and me and Allah subhanho wa Taala it is more beloved to me that I meet Allah with one sin in which I have taken the right of

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another person. One sin that I've taken the right of another person is more deadly, more dangerous than 70 Private sins. Now this is not to trivialize private sins, but private sins. If you are repentant and you ask Allah's forgiveness and you live a better life, private sins inshallah forgiven but if you take the rights of another person, if you do volume, if you show injustice, if you hit, you steal, you slander, you back, bite, you embezzle, if you take another's hack, well then Allah subhanho wa Taala will leave the two of you to settle your affairs on the day of judgment, and you will not find that person to be more merciful than Allah subhanho wa Taala and that's why our

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process and said with this Adela conclude our profit system said, Oh, Muslims, are believers, absolve yourself of all of your injustice cease before the day where Allah will account for those injustice is in this dunya get rid of any record anything you have, make sure you are in a clean slate in this dunya make sure you leave this world and there is nobody that has any type of wrong against you or for you. Nobody can sue you in the court of Allah subhanho wa Taala our process and reminded us make sure you have a clean slate with other people. So I remind myself and all of you as well brothers and sisters, examine your lives, see whom you have wronged and make it up to them in

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whatever way possible so that on the Day of Judgment, you have nobody that can say Oh Allah, this person wronged me, Oh Allah, that person took my money. Oh Allah, that person broke a promise. Oh Allah, that person embezzled backstab in prison, that person slandered you don't want that on the Day of Judgment because indeed when that happens, ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada will leave between the two of you to handle it out and what's going to happen when Allah Himself is going to withdraw and say you to deal with it. That person will take everything that is coming from him. So what are you going to do then make sure you absolve yourself in this world before the AF Cara and may Allah subhana wa

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Jim was charged out on yes Georgia and what Sam

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why Well,

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me is

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I love adulto whole thing fiumi is

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one LP more than was never been one to me is

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one out of all wildlife

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fee faqih Khartoum one Jun

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one half Bozo now sui whoa

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Furby ie

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long been Kuma Jun good

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along with them

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semi Allahu naman Hamidah.

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Along welcome

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Allahu Okubo.

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Allah along them

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Alhamdulillah he'll have been me no rush. No, no Rahimi Maliki a woman Dini yuck and Buddha was a guest in it did not sleep at all one of them was still came on set off on levena and

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him always in Moldova behind him more down on me when

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Lee laughing Pauline ish II laffy Himadri sheets.

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A long sleeve fairly are going to rob bahagia

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LSD out on

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I'm in Hong Kong I'm

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Allahu Akbar como

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semi Allahu naman Hermida.

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Along welcome

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Allahu Akbar

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Allah along

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salam ala you

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Santa's moron

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a long,

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long, long, long one Cubone love

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isn't long, long, long.

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Long Walk about one inch

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Hidden Hand.

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Walk About on long walk bottom long Kubo.

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Long more along Kubotan Long Walk About one in Hill Hamed a long,

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long rock bottom long, long cobalt

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a long,

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long walk about one in Hidden Hand

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