Zahir Mahmood – Coronavirus Me, Myself & I

Zahir Mahmood
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on vulnerable groups, including those with no voice. They also discuss the need for people to take actions to protect their health and their families. The speaker ends by reminding people to take the medical guidelines into consideration when responding to the virus.
AI: Transcript ©
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Salam aleikum, wa rahmatullah brothers and sisters since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, one law he we've had brothers and sisters within our community who have shown. On the other hand, we've had some brothers and sisters who have been totally brazen and carefree regarding the situation. It is this group of people, I want to ask a question and I want you to answer this question with your hand on your heart. If you were the vulnerable category, if you were the ones who are likely to die from this pandemic, would you still be as brazen as you are today? If your children were that category, who were possibly going to die from this pandemic? Would you be as

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brazen as you are now? But because it affects a group of people who have no voice in our community, many of them actually don't even understand how the Coronavirus affects individuals, so we're brazen we're brave on their behalf. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said lavora wallarah Phil Islam, you cannot harm yourself no Can you harm others in Islam? So Pamela, this is past harp. This is where we can possibly risk other people's lives. But because they've told us ain't gonna affect you ain't gonna affect him, because you are young, and you have no underlying health condition. Therefore, we take liberties with other people. So we go we chill out in the shisha lounges. We have

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social meetings, because it affected you, but affects B or C or D, who has some elderly parents or grandparents at home, who die. And then we also endangered those who are working on the frontline the NHS workers who are fighting to keep individuals alive because un icon care.

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Allah subhanaw taala records a beautiful story in the Quran. So the Monterey salatu salam is traveling with this army, and they come past the colony of ants. And one of the ends they seize the army of Solomon la salatu salam, and he shouts out to the rest of the colony or the calusa kinnikuman Go back to your home because that is your safest place today. Go back to your homes, because that is your safest place. Allah subhanho wa Taala loved that the concern that one and pad for its colony that Allah subhanho wa Taala records. This is a terminal book, the book of Allah, the word of our last panel. Not only that Allah, Allah names the entire Surah Surah, two numbers, the

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surah of the ends. Why? Because one hand had a concern for its community, brothers and sisters, what will be the reward of brothers and sisters who have a concern for the community in a time of difficulty? I will say here, one final thing. I'm not saying don't go out, go out, go to open spaces. Spend time you don't want to be cooped up in your home all the time. But take the medical guidelines into consideration. Zach Mullah Hayden Baraka Luffy come here last $1 preserve you lost $1 preserve our community were lost $1 keep all of humanity safe from this illness. Those who die from this meatless pump Allah grant them Shahada, the status of Shahada Baraka Luffy comme salaam

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aleikum wa rahmatullah.

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