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Hajj 2022 Sermon

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Hajj 2022 Sermon

Key Quotes

Following are some key quotes
from the Hajj 2022 Sermon:

“I say to all who have come for Hajj, as well as all Muslims in all places: You are to protect yourselves from the punishment of Allah by fulfilling His commands and avoiding His prohibitions. When you do that, you would attain victory, salvation, and happiness in both this world and the hereafter.”

“Servants of Allah, you must also realize that hastening to do good things includes being keen to
comply with the values taught by Islam: values that soundly mould the conduct of a Muslim and refine them in the best way.”

“In a general sense, good conduct comprises values that are shared by all people in general, and they are respected by Muslims and others as well. That conduct entails traversing a sound course in words and deeds.”

“Due to the well-grounded values that a Muslim must have, he is not to give any mind to those who are insolent, have ulterior motives, or seek to obstruct him.”

“A Muslim is also to realize that persisting in argumentation with such people makes their presence more prominent, supports their interests, and makes them happy; in fact, many of them are dependent upon that argumentation. Nonetheless, it must also be borne in mind that dangers of deception are still to be exposed, and blatant offenses are to be confronted, but all of that is to be done according to the wisdom prescribed by Islam.”

“Dear worshippers, performing Hajj at Allah’s sanctified house; dear Muslims: Among the values taught by Islam are avoiding all that leads to dissent, animosity, or division; and instead, ensuring that our interactions are dominated by harmony and compassion.”

“These values come at the head of what adhering to the Quran and Sunnah means … It is that unity, brotherhood, and co-operation which constitutes a fortification of safety that protects our Ummah and its togetherness, and also contributes to maintaining sound interactions with others.”

“The teachings of Islam have an inherent humanitarian nature whose standards do not become compromised, and whose foundations do not become altered. In light of that, each individual among you should love what is good for all people, and strive to bring their hearts together.”

“Dear Muslims, seize the opportunities of this majestic time: the Day of Arafat, which is the day on which Allah sent down His statement: ‘Today, I have perfected your religion for you, I have completed My favour to you, and I am pleased with Islam as a religion for you’.”

“O God, set matters right for the people of Islam, rectify matters between them, spread knowledge and goodness throughout them, make their children righteous individuals, bless them in their provisions, and admit them to Paradise.”

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