Responding to Quranism

Abdul Wahab Saleem


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The rise of Islam, including the confusion surrounding the term "theon or theon," and the Lyft movement have led to a rise in the movement of the Quran. The speakers touch on autism and Lyft movement, as well as the history of these movements and their impact on political and political environments. They also discuss doubts related to the Prophet sallua and the lack of support for Muslims, as well as the use of the term Islam in relation to their belief and the importance of following the messenger in Quinton. The lack of support for Muslims, along with the claims of the Prophet sallua, have led to the discussion of the Prophet's actions and his importance in relation to receiving the throne.

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Allahumma salli ala Niger Delta who Salah,

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Salah, welcome everyone to this talk on the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And as the MC highlighted that the angle, which I'll be discussing from today with Elijah, Allah is the is a rebuttal or a

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response to a famous misconception that seems to become seems to be becoming more and more popularized over the recent years. And that is the idea that the Quran happens to be enough for us. Okay, hold on is enough. And we don't need this or not. But I sort of lost a little of what it was. Before I even get into the topic. I just want to get a show of hands. How many of you have heard of such a claim?

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Just raise your hands really, or at least a hand really high? If you've heard this claim, right? That the Koran is enough. And we don't require the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu? I do.

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Okay, that looks like most people have heard this particular claim, I'm sure. Even the ones that didn't raise their hands. They also heard this particular claim as well right.

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Now, what I want to do, today is in Sha, Allah, I wanna

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methodologically go through every single major angle of discussion on this particular topic. Okay, so first and foremost, I'll talk about what exactly is or who exactly are the four under you. Now, for the purposes of objectivity, I'm not going to define the Quran, Yun was my own language with my own words, with the words of Muslim scholars, I'm going to allow the Iranian themselves to describe who they they are. Okay.

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And then I'll talk a little bit about the historical development of this group, and any roots that they had in the past as well. Okay. Thereafter, I'll talk about some of the differences between the Muslims and the Koran you and why this particular idea of the Quran being enough for us is not accurate when we look at the Koran itself, and we look at the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as well. Okay, so who are the Parana Yun? What exactly do these people who call themselves by the way?

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One should note that the word for Ana Yoon is not necessarily considered a slur. It's not necessarily considered a

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form of verbal abuse of a certain group. Why? Because the people who believe in this ideology they take pride in being called for aren't you? Okay? They're happy to be called on you. And there's nothing they don't feel any negativity when they hear the workload on you. You feel fine because many of the major onion they prefer calling themselves for onion without a problem at or put on or put on you. This is a term that they'll use in their books and all that right.

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So who are the poor on you? The poor onion are a group of people who believe that the Koran alone in isolation of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam happens to be the sole source of Islam and also the Sharia.

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So all of the beliefs that we have that we believe in, we only look to the Koran alone to find those beliefs. All of that guidance is in the shadow and the gum the religious rulings as well, the Sharia in general, we look to know nowhere else, but the Quran for the purposes of all of this. So that means in the aspect and the realm of both Eman and Islam they look at only where the Koran and obviously an extension to that sound as well. So all three aspects, the major aspects of religion, they don't care about what Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, rather sometimes they may even go so far as to say it is

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some of the sunan of Rasulullah sallallahu it was similar with that word. Okay. So this is what the Quran you are by their own definition and I literally took this definition straight off of one of the major honest websites that are out there I'm not going to promote the website but I literally took it off of there and this is one of their relied reliable websites. Okay.

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Now considering this, essentially, the onion do not believe in the pseudo pseudo loss of a loved one he was lm as a source of guidance. They don't deny the existence of a body of documents, we'll just call this from them because some of them will come and tell you actually we do, quote, the sooner we quote, things that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, you can check our books and some of them actually do. But what they do is they will deny the authority of the Sunnah. Okay? To them, the Sunnah is only authoritative Actually, it's never authoritative, but in extension it becomes occasionally authoritative when it comes to agree with the poor on if the Quran is understood in

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isolation to the Sunnah to begin with. Do you see? So essentially, we know that the Sunnah is to be our guide and understanding that we're on they will understand that but aren't in isolation of the sooner after they've understood the Quran in isolation of the Sunnah. Now they will look at the sooner of Rasulullah, saw Selim, some of them, not all of them, and they will say, look, this Hadith, it matches our understanding of the Quran in isolation of the Sunnah to begin with. So we can couple it together within our capacity, we can couple that together within our books, this is only some of them, the others, they don't care for the cinema altogether, okay. But in either case,

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their belief is the same. And that is that the student does not legislate anything that shouldn't that does not make anything halon. Assume that doesn't make anything haraam the words that come out of the balance of the profits, all of a sudden, if they're not doubled on they have no value. This is their belief. Now, I'm sure some of you that may have never heard of this group might be a little bit shocked. But allow me to shock you some more today in sha Allah.

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Let me tell you a little bit about the history of

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carnism Okay.

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Firstly, we know that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam, in his sadhana himself had warned us and had prophesied of the fact that there will be a group of people who will believe in this way and to that effect we have a hadith in supernovae that would end this Hadees in other variations is also reported by Imam Shafi in Azusa, which says Allah na ou t to toolkit Java one is gonna

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be where or virally I have been given the put on I've been given the book and along with that something very similar to the book as well okay.

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Then the Prophet continued and he said Allah you sheikh Rajan, cheban, Allah Erica de la can be happy

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to see him in

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one hour just to see him and how I'm in the mood.

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There is going to be very soon a man the Prophet is saying, surely there will be a man or some people very, very soon, who will be reclining on their couches whilst they happen to be well fed. Okay? They will say stick to this or aren't familiar with it don't feed him in Hello, hello, whatever hello you find there in make it Hello as well. What am I good to see him and what I'm in for honeymoon. And whatever. How are you find there in makeup, as well. The profit continued and he said and then he gave some examples of things which are not in the Torah. So he told us about the meat of the donkey he told us about

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the predatory animals. He told us about a couple of things which the rulings are not on. And then he gave the ruling of each one of them telling us a habit that these are my words, and they are considered binding. Right. They are indeed considered binding sallallahu alayhi wasallam so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam then had given us the warning that there will be a group of people who will have this belief. Now, before I go any further, I would like to give you the glad tiding that this is in fact, arising but it still remains a minority, the majority of the Muslim Ummah,

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in the East in the West, in the north in the south believe that the Koran is coupled together with the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam said Allah in the Quran or Ana and then in this narration at Tata mithila. I've been given the four iron and the Kitab and something like the Quran in the GitHub as well ie the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam. Now what to stop at something that the Prophet described within this, within this Hadeeth notice, he says that this man that he's describing, who's going to come and say that stick to the Quran, whatever you find there and stick to it other than that leaf, right? He called

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him Shabana Allah and he gets

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He, he is full as he's well fed, and he happens to be upon his couch as well. Okay. So the scholars of Islam, they looked at this particular characteristic or this description that the prophets Islam gave of this man. And they said a couple of different things they said that this is referring to, this is referring to the type of

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social status that some of these people financial status that some of these people enjoy. Someone who was well fed, he's, you know, had his meal he's had his burger is at a lake, right? And they've really, really filled themselves up, not just from food, but perhaps metaphorically beyond that as well. That means they happen to be financially well off. And we find that most of the people who happen to be spearheading these movements, they happen to be very, very well fed. They happen to be very, very well funded, in other words, okay.

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And I'll talk a little bit about that today as well. Okay. So this is something that the prophets of Allah while he was sending Miss telling us all that these people, they may be funded from different sources. That may be doubtful that we're not we're not certain of that we're not sure of remember whenever you see awkward ideas coming into the oma of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam. One of the first questions that you need to ask is, where are these people being funded from? Okay? where's where's the money because you see, the oma is generally upon good. The scholars of Islam are generally teaching the oma guidance, the caller's to Allah azza wa jal are generally giving people

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good direction. So suddenly, we see a rise of a phenomenon. And by the way, every single innovation that comes within this oma it's only temporary, believe me, it dies. Yes, it may be revived later on in another rendition, but for the most part, that group with their visa normally dies out, okay, or at least become sidelined. And this is the sooner of allies origin and that's why the prophets are seldom told us to stick with us. So are they the greatest the greater majority of the Ummah of Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam? So let's talk about the early traces the prophet prophesied, but now let's look at the early traces of this particular group. Personally, the earliest trace that

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I found of this particular group was during the time of an Imam Shafi Rahim, Allah, that may be shocking that that early we start to see signs of this particular movement. Yes, that early we saw very slight signs of this particular movement. And Mr. Michel theory, the reason why I used his name most specifically, was among the people who are at the forefront of the critics of this movement such that he ended up nipping this movement in the bud. Okay, right in the beginning of the inception of this particular ideology. Okay, so Mr. Michel fury. He was born in the year 150, the same year in which a member will hanifa Rahim Allah passed away, and he died in the year 204. So

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we're talking about literally the second century of Islam. And one of the days that a lady mentions that Imam Shafi mentioned a hadith.

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And a man came up to him, and he said, this is just one example. By the way, if you look at the books of shafia, you will see many examples of his criticism of this movement. Right. But just one example. He said that, you mentioned this, a man said at the UI about Abdullah, do you agree with this idea of the law? So Imam Shafi became really angry, and he kind of lost his schools at that moment. He said, Yeah, haha. Oh, you are a tanning salon. Ian, do you think I'm a Christian? I don't eat any hardy jenman kaneesha. Did you see me just coming out of a church at this moment? Do you see me wearing a specific belt that Allah Zimmer would wear at that time? Do you see me in these

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particular circumstances have we had these and

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I mentioned these from the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, one Abu Dhabi and I have the audacity not to accept that and if so, imagine Shafi is you noticed he became very very angry at this particular question. And this is just a sign of that particular movement. But as I said, if you look at the historical works, you'll find more examples of the criticism of a shaft theory towards this particular movement. Okay. Thereafter, we noticed that this movement was nowhere to be heard, except in the very extreme Rafa dites profit loss. Okay. So throughout the centuries, we do not see any re occurrence except in very ostracized groups.

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Islam, or at least those who attribute themselves to Islam, right? We don't see any rewrites or reoccurrence of this particular ideology until the time of an Imam acyl D or a Mala. See even the wrath, the extreme referred it perhaps did not believe in this or not of Rasulullah saw Selim, you don't see a clear outright public, you know, call to the fact that sooner should not be accepted, you don't see any of that throughout this entries. And that's why this followers did not spend much time refuting this idea. You don't have any books, or any records, at least in my reads, after enormous shuffling all the way till the time of any amount of CLT. Okay. And most of the researchers

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that I've seen speak about this issue, do not even bring up a CLT. But was I was researching on this topic, I found a book entirely dedicated to the subject by the amount of CLT. And he mentioned that there was a recurrence after shabari in his time, by one of the extreme rough Luddites of his time, and amount assumedly did a very good job in his book with Stafford and not finish the geology but sooner in deconstructing this particular idea for his times, okay. And he mentioned that there was a is indeed of his time, or your refer date of his time or affiliate of his time, who ended up making this claim. But again, he did a very strong rebuttal. And this idea was, again, sidelined. No one

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thereafter, ever brought this idea up for another couple of centuries. So that's the 10th century. And we are now within the 15th century. Right. So

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now, this is a little bit of the historical background from this, you can tell that generally Muslims throughout the centuries have believed that there is something called the Koran and there's something along with it, which is equally powerful in its legislative power, and that is the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, what is the ruling of a person who believes that the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is not to be considered? What do we make of such a man? Someone who says that not denies one specific Hadith. For instance, he believes this hadith to be weak. He believes that he needs to be weak or so on and so forth, even if it happens to be in

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Bahati? Yes. If someone comes and says this, how do you think it is weak? This is not what we're talking about. Right now. We're saying it's the person denies the authority of the son. Now, he says, I don't believe that the Sunnah deserves to be considered a source of guidance for Muslims. I believe that only the Koran is considered a source of guidance for the Muslims if someone makes such a claim. What do we make of such a man? In his very book that I pointed to he writes, for level rahima kumala? No, may Allah have mercy be with you? may Allah have mercy upon you. whoever denies the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the verbal or the inactive Hadith of the

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Prophet SAW Selim being an evidence so he's talking about the authority, right? Being an evidence based on the conditions that are detailed in the books of okay has disbelieved and left the fold of Islam. He has left the fold of Islam, and he will be resurrected is continues with the Jews and the Christians or whatever who with whoever Allah wishes from the disbelieving groups. So in my Mazziotti is outright saying someone who disbelieves in the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is no longer considered a Muslim is considered outside of the fold of Islam. And to add to this, I quote from even though hasn't was a few centuries, a few centuries before that, I

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don't think there was anyone denying the sooner in his time, or even if there was, we don't have any real records of it. But he preempted this by saying that if a man were to come in this shows you that it wasn't really there. He says, If a man were to come, and he were to say we only accept the on NACA, NACA, if you're on bijlsma and oma, he becomes a disbeliever. By the consensus of the of the oma, there is not a single Muslim who disagrees with this idea. There's not a single Muslim scholar in the history of Islam, who disagrees with the idea from any of the groups all of the Sunni groups and the non Sunni groups. All of them the sad Yeah, the ashar d'amato de de de la. All the

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groups of Islam are in agreement of the fact that anyone who denies the authority of the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is no longer considered innocent. Okay? He denies the fact that we go back to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam in defining our roads along with course with the with the Koran, okay because

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There are two items. And of course, because he's negating the Shahada itself. Remember, the Shahada has two aspects of it, right?

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Everybody knows the two aspects of Shahada. It goes without saying. So the second aspect of Shahada was a shadow under Mohammed rasulillah. That necessitates the fact that a person would believe that whatever the Prophet sallallahu, Alayhi, wasallam would say, should be considered acceptable. Now, let's come to the modern time. So he said, there was two occurrences of this idea throughout centuries. But for the most part, the scholars do not speak of this particular issue at length, because of the reasons that I suggested. Now let's talk about what organism in modern times, okay, this is really where we started to see the rise of autism. But even to understand for autism in

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modern times, we need to go back at least four or five centuries, okay?

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Four or five centuries ago, in the year 1600, to be exact, okay.

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We know that a an East India Company was opened up by the the British right? Now, this company, of course, affected the entire globe. Because it accounted at some points in its history, it accounted for a very large percentage of the GDP of the entire globe. Okay, this was a very, very powerful company. Although it was a registered company literally, like you register a company today. Although it was a registered company, it was really acting like a country all on its own in certain parts of its history, and I'll talk about it quickly. I'll go over briefly. Okay. So on the 31st, and by the way, it also affected this region that we're living in today. Okay, if you read into Malaysian

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history, then you'll know about that as well, on the 31st of December, in the year 1600. The British East India Company was of course, founded right. During the first century of the existence of this company, there was no signs of there was no ambitions to form a British colonialists Empire on the basis of this particular company, however, they focused mainly on trade and of course, through that, they ended up usurping power and increasing their dominance within the Indian subcontinent right. And then as it progressed, we see in the 18th century

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the the the fall of the Roman Empire, right.

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At this point, that company's interests went from they shifted from trade barter and business and so on and so forth to now territorial expansions right and amassing land as well and dominance and sovereignty, this is what it started to go towards.

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Now, for the purposes of amassing territory,

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the British India Company,

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the East India Company, it ended up partaking in many many worth very brutal ones as well okay. By the year 1803 at the height of its rule, the British India Company had a private army, which comprised 260,000 soldiers okay. So, as I said, it was no longer though it started off as a registered company like you were to like you go to put your dye and register a company It started off as that but as the expansionist mentality continued as the movement Empire weakened the idea of expanding into an entire Empire under the shade of this company also started to to arise. Now, by this time and for another 50 odd years, the company ruled large portions of the Indian subcontinent,

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And I'm saying the Indian subcontinent because it also included what we what we now know today as parts of Pakistan and parts of Bangladesh as well right. So,

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by the year

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by the year 1757, backtracking a little bit

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and till the year 1858, we noticed that the company had complete rule of of the Indian subcontinent okay. But after a series of events, it slowly started to depreciate and in the year 1875, it was completely abolished not only abolished, but now it was also unregistered as a as a company as well dissolve in Britain. Okay. Now, of course, after the British

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India Company, the rule of the company rule finished that's what they literally call it the company rule. After that finished after that, in 1958 came what the

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British Raj, right. So, under the rule of the British Raj, the Empire continued to colonize India. And that also finished in the year 1947. As we know, right, all of this background is very, very important. Why is that important? Because as the British Raj was falling,

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as the British Raj was falling, at that moment, we noticed that a number of awkward ideas started to spread all across the Indian subcontinent. Okay.

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And we noticed that this was being done under the watchful eye of the British Raj. One thing at a time, or one

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innovation at a time and one deviation at a time, one blasphemy at a time, we started to see all these awkward ideas coming from which of course came the idea of the Padania, from which, of course came also the war on human as well. Okay.

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And it came to my surprise, actually, that she hooked us up this year, as he was giving a speech a couple of days ago.

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He also may drew a parallel in his speech, and that is, he drew a parallel in his speech

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between the rise of the EU and

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the British Empire and the rule of the British Empire within the subcontinent, okay, I suppose that others did not see that link. But this is something that she has also pointed out just a couple of days ago.

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So the idea is that

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this is how we noticed that the rise of this movement of the Quran, Yun really occurred within the world, we noticed that during the rule of the British Empire mytho, when I'm at the party, Ania, they came about we noticed also within Iran, the Baja era, they started to also take rise as well means after saying it, right. And we noticed another man that we see the hands of the the colonialists behind him as well to some capacity. And I would say to some capacity, and I don't say entirely. So I think this person also had the susceptibility to go down that direction as well. And that is the man by the name a man by the name of Abdullah chakra Louie. Okay, who is this man? And

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when did he live in When did he die, he was born, he was born indeed.

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In the year, approximately the 1880s 1820s, okay. And he lived a very long life, he lived all the way up to the year 1918. And that's when he died. Okay.

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He was born, of course, in the city of Jakarta, in modern day Pakistan, in Punjab. And he actually came from a fairly religious family. Okay. His father, however,

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also came from a religious family. So he took the son to a chef, who he thought was the right shift to do that technique. So they did the technique for him. And she gave him a name. And this is something very interesting that she has given the name will not mean to be okay. He gave him the name willamina B. Now, we know we're not allowed to call ourselves a do nibi. Right. This is not considered permissible. And if no hasn't, he mentioned a consensus of the Islamic scholars about this issue that you're not allowed to call yourself the slave of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam you can't do that be for anything but a lot is origin you can say de la, man, Article hub,

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you can say any of those, which happened to be the names of Allah his origin, but this was something that this particular share had picked out for.

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For the electric rally, right? Then he, of course maintained because this is his name, he doesn't know better, he maintain this name, all the way up to the year 1899.

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At that point, and this tells you that this person has some sense of religion, and that's why I said it's not completely

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planted, this person was susceptible to this thought as well. Okay. But as they say, was a passion topic. Two things came together. And then we had the rise of this movement.

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he in the year 1899, changed his name to Abdullah from willamina View from basically I'm gonna be right.

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Why, because he felt this is what the historians have said that this was perhaps a form of shift. And considering that he decided to change his own name, to have the larger Corolla way and he did that when he wrote his theory of the Quran, in which he of course mentioned his ideas he studied a lot actually, he studied a lot of surprising how much this man studied earlier.

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Ronnie studied with his father and then he his thirst of knowledge led him from Punjab all the way to Delhi. Right. And there, he said, That's almost 700 kilometers flight. Okay. So his thirst for knowledge Garten also to study with some of the leading head, the scene of India at that time, such as, say get interviewed per se, who lived between 1805 and 1908. So he 1902 so he was a learned man, however, his teacher, Naveen Hussein,

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he started to see some awkward signs within this individual. He wasn't really comfortable with the type of things that this person is saying, because sometimes when you're dealing with people through the questions you can tell there's something there, right. So he, his teacher said that I thought, This man will be the embodiment of the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that I quoted in the beginning of this lecture, that there will be a man who happens to be upon his couch reclining, some commandment of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will come to him or some prohibition of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam will come to Him, and He will say that de

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mougins nafi tabula taberna This is the report or whatever we find within the book of Allah, we accepted I don't know about this sort of stuff, right?

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So signavio for Satan, who happens to be the shape of this Abdullah chakra all the way he started to say, believe or think that perhaps this person will be the embodiment of this, deviants that the Prophet alayhi salatu salam had pointed out. Now as time progressed, he returned back from Delhi. And he became imagine this, he became a scholar from the scholars of Airlie, Hades.

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Okay, he became a scholar from the scholars of antiquities, because he's studied in India with some of those prominent magazine. And then one day he got into a debate. And by the way, that's why I tell you do not get into debates. Because many times that

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guidance leaves from a person when they get into debates, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us of this as well, when he said that the guidance doesn't leave people after they've been given it in general, except the people who who fight who argue a lot, right? So this person, he got into a debate with his cousin, who is also a scholar, but remember this man is from Allah Hadith, and this person is kind of his name is Adi, Amara dean at Hanafi. Okay, so he gets into a debate with a call the camera Dean and Hanafi. And

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in the middle of this particular debate, in the middle of this debate,

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Abdullah Chuck ran away, he says the Koran is the only revelation from Allah to Mohammed, everything else shouldn't be deemed a revelation. Okay. So now he finally announced that which his teacher was afraid of a couple of decades ago, right? When he used to be a student, he finally publicly came out. And before that, imagine this, he was from the scholars of Le Hadith. So one can, of course, take a great lesson from this, and that is that do not argue that our hearts come down, right. But when you argue they end up leaving,

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the guidance comes from a lot, but when we argue it ends up leaving, even at the time of the profits and sell them the profits and sell them told us of a revelation that was about to come down. But some of the companions started to argue so the profits on the left side of them said it stopped. Okay, so when we argue with one another, don't argue, and especially if you're trying to if you're arguing, and the purpose is, is to win the argument, if you're discussing something for each party to hope that they are wrong, and the other person is right, and whoever is right, each party will give up their opinion for the sake of that right Bismillah. But how often does that happen? Very

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rarely, isn't it? Okay. So don't argue. Don't debate, discuss, but don't debate.

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And if you debate then do it all for the right purposes.

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And this person was a master of the Arabic language this person was a Master of the Order language as well. And he wrote many, many

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books along the way around 14 odd books. Some of them are very extensive as well, but most if not all of them happened to be lost. Now, one of the scholars by the name of holiday present Liu Bach, who is an author of a very, very extensive book on the subject of

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For unhewn probably the most extensive book written till date.

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He mentioned that as he was searching for the books of this individual, he found the books nowhere except in one place and that is in the DNA bookstores. Okay. So you can just imagine from that where you can take another hint from that where this particular video or this innovation must be coming from Okay.

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Now, the relationship of this man to the British Raj was described at length by a man by the name of Mohammed Ali Ansari. Okay. He described at length in an in a journal published in the year 1957. Approximately, he described in in detail how this person was somehow intertwined with the British Raj. In fact, when he started to announce this particular video of his innovation of his

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he started to get promises that he will be funded. Remember what I was talking about earlier on. So whenever you see a major innovation within the oma ask, Where is the money coming from because generally the map is on good. So he got promises and appreciation that he will be funded. And there are signs of course there of that, because his book started to spread like wildfire in Pakistan in India at that time. So where's all the money coming from the publication's? Right? Well, we had questions because generally the Muslim population is not supportive of this map, right.

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For this reason, we know that the general masses of scholars in India, I don't know of any exceptions, and Pakistan and Bangladesh unanimously passed a verdict that abhilasha Corrado, he happens to be a an apostate, he happens to be a disbeliever. Without a disagreement, and in 1902, the public the shadow magnet journal published a extensive list in which they, which they listed all of the scholars that were signatories to this fatwa, which said, Abdullah Crawley and his ideas happen to be apostasy and disbelief, right. So from that we can understand that conclusively and without a disagreement over the course of history. Denial of the authority of the Sunnah of

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam happens to be what? disbelief okay. May Allah subhanaw taala keep us all on belief in the Quran and the Sunnah. I mean, that'll be okay. Now, okay, it happens to be disbelief someone denied the sooner what is the practical effect of of this on people's lives, you might say? Well, the person has the same similar name as me, because now we see a poor onion in all different places. Okay.

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If I may, I will tell you, they will sometimes even be in places where you would least expect them.

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Institute of institutes of higher learning which are known to be adherence of, the sooner you will find a times these particular people seeping into the ranks of Muslims in this way as well, silently, okay, silently, and I know this up close as well. Okay. So I'm certain of this, and I have no doubts. And there are ways that they get around, being caught with a denial of the pseudonym, one of the ways happens to me now, of course, you don't take what I'm about to say, and then you start looking at people and judging their intentions, okay. But because we have records of it, we have physical like, we have proof because some of this is in writing. They've mentioned this in their

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lectures that for the general public, we save for on and so now imagine that for the general public, we save for an incident, but what we mean by this, deep down inside is not what the Muslims believe. So not to be what we mean by the Sunnah is the path of all of the messengers from the time of Adam downwards till the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu it will send them so this is their meaning of the words.

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And this way, they're able to get away with disbelieving in the Sunnah, but they continue to use the word Quran and Sunnah. So people think they believe in Quran and Sunnah, but in essence, they don't believe in what you believe, to be this. Right. And what Muslims throughout the centuries have believed to be the Sunnah and why do I say Muslims throughout the centuries have believed this, I will tell you that inshallah. Very soon. Okay.

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So what are some of the actual beliefs of these bodies? What do they believe? Are they actually practically different from us? Because they have the same name, they perhaps go to the same questions. They

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perhaps go to the same Institute's that we learn at.

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And there are very few nonetheless, but they do there are found. So what are their beliefs? Well, the first belief, and this is perhaps the most shocking one. Is that following the sooner

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Following the Sunnah is shake.

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This is explicitly mentioned in colonist books. And that's why those young people who end up going down this direction not knowing the depth of these matters Be very, very careful, okay? Because there is a lot of depth to these issues. The first and the cornerstone of the belief of the Iranian is that following the Sunnah is ship. Why? Because they say that the only person who we should follow is a lot of it is that you are jealous. So if we follow the Prophet, then we are committing should quit alized

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but the problem with this argument in this opinion is that Allah himself told us to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So when we say we are not to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then we are going against the commandment of Allah.

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Allah, okay? And no one from the Muslim has Muslims has ever said that the prophet in isolation of Allah happens to have the legislative power. No one in the Muslims in the history of Islam has ever said that every Muslim believes that the only reason why the Prophet Mohammed has the legislative power is because Allah gave it to him. There's not a single Muslim man who believes that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself, were he to not be appointed by Allah would have legislative powers as well. Right? Does anyone here believe such a thing? It was only the lies that gave the prophets I send them the Prophet at that point, that people started to believe that whatever their

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profits or send them says, happens to be happens to be a legislation and in a way, and again, we'll talk about the all of these issues, in a great bit of detail. Soon when I start talking about the proofs for the son of the Prophet alayhi salatu. Salam, okay. Now, by the consensus, a second issue in their belief, by the consensus of the poor artists, they don't have a disagreement on this, by the consensus of the four artists because, by the way, for artists also have disagreements amongst themselves. So they have different opinions, and they have different truth. And, you know, this is that she has opinion and, and they respect each other's opinions. It's, you know, this is how they

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are. So in this issue by the consensus of the colonists, the prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has no miracles other than Napoleon. Okay.

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And what's interesting about this is that this consensus of the Quran just goes against the consensus of the Muslims, because by the consensus of the Muslims, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam has the miracle the Quran, which is foremost and after that the prophet SAW Selim has dozens hundreds, if not over 1000 miracles as a result, okay. So

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they go against with this consensus of their this complete agreement of theirs, they go against completely the path of the Muslims throughout the generations, from the time of the prophets on Send them till our times. In fact, they go against themselves as well.

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They go against the idea that

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the Koran itself mentioned some of the miracles of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam Don't you see that Allah says in the Quran Katara bazzara to when Chappelle came up, the PSA has come, that final hour has come and the moon has a split, okay. This is among the miracles of the prophets of Salaam we know this How? Because Allah subhanho wa Taala says what he although I attend a law called it an ayah if they were to see a sign a miracle and remember, a law calls miracles in the Quran, and calls it by you not as well. All right. So, what if and if they see an ayah your guru say from Muslim, they will turn away from it and they will say this is a continuous that is taking place.

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And another place a law tells us another miracle of the profits of signum, so beheren and levy a sarabi de la mina, mistreated, para el mistreated upasana de Baraka hola in salatu salam Allah says, How perfect is the one who took in the Night Journey his slave IE prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam from Al Masjid al haram to MSG then absorb and levy Baraka Hola, the one which we made bless it all around it, the nutria human Ayah Tina so that we may show him of his of our verses in who who is Semyon bossy. Indeed he is the one who is all hearing and he is the one who is all seeing as well. So the Koran itself tells us of the miracles of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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Okay, so, this belief

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Again goes against the beliefs of all of the groups of Islam, the atheria, the SHA, Allah, the sufia, the Shia, every group of Islam that falls within the fold of Islam believes that the prophets of Salaam has miracles. And the reason why it's very important to mention this is because of the fact that we can then tell that this group is not within the borders of Islam. Okay?

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Even within the practicality of their opinions, how do they understand this idea of denying the Sunnah of Rasulullah saw Salaam? Well, practically speaking, every group of Islam has, because we have two things, we have a group which is called alpha rock alone decibel in Islam, okay. And then we have other groups, which happen to be alpha abala, we have deviant groups, and then we have groups which happen to be attributing themselves to Islam. Okay. So the groups which happen to be attributing themselves to Islam, they're not called Muslims. Okay. This is, you know, normally studied in advanced theology. But the idea is, there's two different groups. Sometimes people

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misunderstand this idea. What I'm trying to say over here is any one, be it even a misguided group within the fold of Islam disagrees with the or on you and with on this particular issue, okay.

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And another issue that they disagree with the general body or the majority of the Muslims is that they believe that the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam, is not infallible. Rather, the prophets are Selim is very fallible, such that he's committed some really, really grievous sins as well, and mistakes and such that Satan had had command of a sort of loss of limb in some,

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some instances as well. This is the belief of this group, and I'm not making this stuff up, believe me, okay. Anyone that has doubts, has doubts on anything I said today, you can email me You can message me and I will give you the references. I am not making this stuff up. Okay. So

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they say that shavon had compelled the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in almost a dozen instances. Okay, but we know that Allah tells us in Nevada laser data Alliance has been speaking to shape on my sleeves, you have no capacity over them, okay. Imagine this. They believe that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam came under satanic compulsion. Okay. So Pamela, Stouffer Allah, and Allah is saying that my slaves now who is the foremost of the slaves of Allah azza wa jal, it goes without saying that the messengers are all the formal slaves of Allah and our messenger Muhammad is the most feared foremost slave of Allah. So Allah is saying that slaves of mind, you do

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not have any sort of bond any power over them, okay?

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And of course, Allah subhanaw taala said, Well, my own take the profits and send them doesn't speak of his own whims and his own desires, they, the oma is in agreement that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the finality of all messengers. Okay?

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Hold tight because this topic, believe me. I know it's a little bit supercharged tonight but

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it is a very important topic. Okay. So the oma is in agreement that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam is the finality of the of all messengers, okay? He's a seal of all prophets. However, the Quran Yun they're in disagreement about this issue. Remember, I told you sometimes they have disagreements among themselves as well. Some core artists believe and they agree with the rest of the oma. And I'll tell you why they agree it's kind of interesting why they agree as well. It actually tells them their philosophy as well. Okay. Some are honest, agree with the Muslims and they say that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam is indeed the finality of all the

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messengers, okay. However, some of them disagree. And they say that the Prophet Muhammad is not the finality of messengers, there could be a messenger that comes after the Prophet Mohammed sauce on them as well. Now those who agree with the Muslims, why do they agree?

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They agree because remember, they don't like this one to begin with. So another prophet would be more simpler to deal with.

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Right, if another prophet comes then they have more some nut to deal with. So it becomes a compounded issue for them. Right? They believe are honest there, that's enough for them. So if another prophet comes, of course, it will compound the problem for them and they will have another prophet and instructor to deal with as well. They don't want to get into that.

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So they agree with the Muslims generally that the Prophet Muhammad is the finality of the messengers, but he has no utility in essence, except taking the the book and giving it to the people more than that. We cannot even be confident of anything he did, period. Why? Because he is subject to satanic compulsion, according to them. Not only that he was compelled by Satan in more than 10 instances, which they actually list by name. 1-234-567-8910. Yeah, they mentioned it by name. Okay.

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So, another deviance of this particular group, is that the birth of Jesus, actually when a normal birth with a father and with a mother, because remember, they have a problem with miracles. So when we talk about miraculous birth of babies and so on, then they're going to have a problem with that as well. Okay.

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this is, of course, again, something that is clearly against the,

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the passages in sort of barium and I detail the birth of

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Saddam and all of the events surrounding it, it might have zero sort of medium, it's online for those of you who would like to follow it, okay. But generally speaking, insert variable, Allah Subhana. Allah clearly told us of the fact that this birth was, in fact a miracle, miraculous birth. Not only that, Allah subhanho wa Taala said, Lina javelina Allah who is attending us, so that we may make it a miracle a sign for the people, the birth of Isa Elisa. Okay. Now, according to the artists as well, they believe that Risa a Salam Not only did not was not born of a miraculous birth, he also died and returned and he will not be returned. He will not be coming back. Okay. He will not be

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coming back. In fact, they say, and this is an idea rising again as well. They say that

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the idea of these rallies around returning back. It's a feeble B. It's an idea which seeped into Islam from Christianity. Okay. Now, there's a couple of issues with this. Firstly, we as Muslims do not believe that everything in the Bible is wrong. We don't believe that. In fact, my master's thesis was on this particular subject on the Judeo Christian traditions within the Tafseer literature, okay, more specifically a biblical theme. Okay. So Muslims, we don't believe that we don't believe that every single thing that the Christians have in their books, and every single things that the Jews, the Jews have in their books happens to be false. We have a criterion that we

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rule by, if it agrees with us, we accept it. If it disagrees with us, we reject it. If we don't have a passage, otherwise to either effect, then we can narrate it and we stay silent about its authenticity. Okay, so long as it is intellectually possible. Okay.

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So that is the general gist of the belief of Muslims when it comes to Judeo Christian traditions, right? So

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Koran is, however, they say, and this is their argument that this idea seeped into Islam. from Christianity, we say Firstly, we don't outright reject everything that came from Christianity. That's the first thing. The second thing is that there are many ideas between Christianity and Islam, which actually overlap. Because Muslims believe that Christianity is in fact, a divinely inspired religion, we just believe that it was corrupted over time, and that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was sent to bring the final testament right to bring on. Okay, that's the beliefs, beliefs of Muslims. So obviously, naturally, there will be some beliefs between Muslims

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and Christians that will overlap. So the idea that simply because this happens to be in Christianity as well, it is, it must be false in Islam as well, is wrong to begin with. Okay. And this is an idea that we see a number of different callers today as well using to try to deny basic premises within Islam. It's it actually came to us from Christianity doesn't matter if it's in Christianity, because we believe that Christianity is divinely inspired. Right? It's only when it happens to go against our religion that we reject it. Okay. The second thing is, we have over 120 traditions, we have over 120 traditions, from the prophets and from the early generations, that are in Bahati in Muslim and

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other books of Hadith, all of which generally show us one meaning, and that is that is Allah salam o return. Okay. All of this

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over 120 traditions This means that this idea of visa returning is a modality, it is recurring and it is considered authentic in a form of authenticity, which is of the highest order in any, by the way, in any historical style of study, okay? In any historical methodology of study, okay? So you look at any methodology, even if you want to look at modern methodology of research and you try to take these 120 odd distinct traditions and tried to establish, did this idea occur during the early times of Islam from the time of the Prophet send them or did it occur at a later time but seeping into to Islam through Christianity, you will find that this the only conclusion that you'll you'll

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come to even if we don't use Muslim methods to come to the conclusion, the only conclusion you come to is that this is from the time of the prophets of Salaam, they recently Salam will be returning okay. So, this is of course, again, the lack of objectivity on on the part of this particular group, all right.

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And they also believe that

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there is, by the way, most Muslim sects, most Muslim groups not all believe that there is a life after death, meaning the bottles are not the life after death generally everybody believes that, but there is a life after death, which is Alberta. Most Muslims believe the Sudanese and other groups most Muslims believe in the idea that there is a virus and we have a hadith of ozone and we also have

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kinase effect as well. Okay, only deviant groups rejected the idea of a Bursa, okay, such as the mortality lights, such as the rapid lights, and such as the heart rejects hydrangea, and Ophelia, and also the Murtaza. So, these are the only groups that actually rejected the idea of of

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the borders of the life in the grave. Okay. However, the foreigners are again on the side of this deviance and they agree with them or attend the law, the law and also the hydrangea on this particular issue. They believe that there is no punishment of the grave they believe that there is no bliss in the grave. They believe there is no life in the grave to begin with. Okay. But we find that they are negating the on its own household. in more than one verse, Allah subhanho wa Taala referred to the life of the Great One of them is in sort of life in verse number 46, Allah subhana wa tada says, and now your aragona Allah will do one more actually. Yeah. Well, Yamato Mossad, Allah

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for Allah, Allah, the fire, they are going to be presented to it, okay, who

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they will be presented to it morning and night.

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And when the day of judgment comes, it will be said, enter the people have the pharaoh into the most severe torment. Now let me ask you

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are the Pharaoh and his people here today? No. So where are they right now?

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Where are they right now in their graves in the life after death before the day of judgment.

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So if Allah is saying we are going to be presented constantly day and night on to a fire and on the Day of Judgment, it will be said and tell them to even more of a severe punishment. So where are they being punished right now

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in the grapes. So the light of the grave is mentioned in the Quran and also in other verses as well. Okay. So from this we can take that they are not consistent with their own ideal ideology of,

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of following the Quran. Okay. Now,

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another idea that they rejected is

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not now in terms of Paradise and how they also have many, many different issues. Okay. There are many, many different awkward claims and ideas. And one of the things for example that they have is that

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paradise and hell are metaphors, okay? They're actually metaphors. Remember, they are a group of people who are distinct. Many of their scholars, they have different opinions, I'm giving you some of the opinions. The point over here is that denial of the sadhana can lead to any of these conclusions that I gave you. And they have led to any and sometimes all of these conclusions that I've given you as well. Okay, so they believe that paradise and hell are metaphors. And these metaphors were good for that time. Right? And now we need to make new metaphors that are more better for our times, and not the ones that happen to be within the Quran. This is the claim of some of the

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poor artists. And this of course, is exactly the claim that the kuffaar or ora Schuster's make when they would say well panel a se on a wedding

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They said that these are just a fables of the old people that have a ha, he's written them down for here to La La Boca Raton, Osceola. They are being recited upon morning and night. He's writing them down from other people in their fables of the old people. They're not reality. So the story of Adam coming out of Geneva and going in Geneva and their fruits, and all of that happens to be fairy tales. That was a metaphor that was useful at that time for the intellectual capacity of the people at that time. In our times, you need to make new metaphors, and they are no longer useful. Now, of course, they have other opinions on paradise and hell as well. All of them have distinct views.

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All of which happened to be misguidance. Not even one happens to be

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based on the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Okay. This is all in terms of the beliefs. Now how about physically speaking now, beliefs, you can't really tell what a person believes, physically speaking, do they do something different? Right? I'm going to need more than 15 minutes. Hmm.

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Okay, so because we have to complete this topic, it's a very important topic. So

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Koran, led them to conclusions because they didn't look at it from the sun that led them to conclusions, even in terms of the Sharia, which are very, very different from the Muslims. Okay. So I'll talk about since I gave you one specimen, by the way, I only gave you one name, Abdullah chakrata, which is not the only one but he was one of the foremost when the movement started. There are many others before him after him until today, okay, who are spearheading this movement? And

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actually, before him, there were not many there were one or two around the same time as him

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all of that under the British Raj, but after him, this started to sprout without calculations, okay. So

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he believes that

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the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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cannot be followed

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in many, many different things, okay?

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in all different things, but specifically now when we talk about the he believes that you cannot, for example, wipe on the socks. All right? Why, because this is not explicitly found within the Koran. Even though the Sunnah, explained the Quran in this regard. You can't expect it accepted. In fact, he considers it an innovation and deviance. Imagine that even though we have in the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, this particular Hadith, okay. He also believes that no nullifier of will do can be taken from outside of the Quran as well. So then we're left with one or two nullifiers that will do everything else we we cannot take from outside of the Quran. Okay, just

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as he believes there is no other. So just as we did that, in apama, there's no such thing as and there is no such thing as a farmer. Why? Because Iranian apama is not mentioned within the Quran as well. Okay.

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And he believes that Iran and apama are in fact rejected in their lives, they should not be accepted and even if they were to be truthful, the prophet is not permitted to go against or do something extra than the Quran, okay, even if it happens to be why. All right, to the Prophet alayhi salatu salam, he also believes that there is no place in this world in which prayer is considered better than in other place. Okay, so praying in the masjid is not better than praying at home, according to him. praying in Mecca is not better than praying over here or vice versa. There is no default there is no difference between prayer then everywhere. Why? Because all of the all of the Hadees or all of

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the, the revelations that we have in relation to where prayer is better happens to be coming from where the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam when it comes to explicit guidance, right, in this way, and similarly, he believes that there's no difference between praying right over here and Medina, there's no difference between praying right over here and Jerusalem, okay. Now when he started to write his own prayer, remember before he was any Hadith, later on, he left and he became palani. So when he started to write his own

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his own

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Salah now, he said, that

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we can find

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in number one,

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all right. So he said,

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I would look around for the closest equivalent, and he found a verse in which Allah says, what an Allah, who will be. So every time he wants to pray, he says, what an alarm would it be? Alright, so one of the scholars of Islam, he said, I'll give you a better one. From the Quran itself. He was basically trying to contest him. He said, you don't know your Quran. It's

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He said in the Quran, Allah Akbar is there, but you missed it, where was the law he?

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So he said you can just take at least one part of it and and make your Salah happen. But you know, of course he didn't do that. He was just trying to get something going in terms of his prey there is no reference to the fact that this is supposed to be the beginning of the hustla. He only took that because this is how he grew up, praying Well, before Salah he would mention the greatness of Ally's origin. So he went and found a verse which speaks of the greatness of Allah. Right, then

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there is no assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah as well right in prayer in the Quran. So he found a verse which says, salam, Aleikum, katha Babu Allah and FC Rama. So every time he wants to conclude his prayer, he would say salaam aleikum wa bogomolov see Rama right. Now he said that all of the all of the power of prayer they are a god which came from the Sunnah of the prophet and solemn and the Prophet told us all Luca Mara a Tonioli pray as you've seen me pray right.

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We cannot find any of these God within the Koran. So the only thing we do throughout the salon is do what recite that are on. Okay.

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Last but not least, he only believed in the obligatory prayer and even that it took a lot of trouble to try to come to five prayers, okay. He had to when he was translating the floor on, okay. Because people told them where are you going to find five prayers. In fact, it has them several centuries ago. He said, anyone that wants to go down this route, he can only find two prayers in the Koran akima salata, Lee De Luca shamcey, lava Sufi lady,

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right? Praise Allah in the morning or early morning time and all the way till the late night time and also also often report on a budget and the Sahaba they explained to me salata departure, right, so you only find three Salawat in there and even that barely even that barely because actually, if he hasn't said you only find two because Allah as origin said, start a prayer from De Luca Shams all the way to hasakah Lake. So he said in that time period period from the morning till the night, all you have to do according to the Quran alone, without the Sunnah is one Raka. So where are you going to find all the rest of the pairs? Where are you going to find that I got this person, he didn't

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want to go against the Muslims all together awesome, because he knew if he did that, then you will be completely rejected. If he started saying to Raka, one Raka in the morning time and one at nighttime, okay, then of course,

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there will be a problem because Muslims would not agree with that.

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So he said, I will translate the Quran with parenthesis. So he added the Salawat, the five daily prayers between parenthesis now he's dealing with people who are genuinely not Arabs, they don't speak Arabic, they don't. So they're reading the translation of the Quran, they think this is the Quran. So this is how he was able to get away with this misguidance of his because he added the five daily prayers within the parenthesis like this, right.

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So until a later point, the Muslim scholars of the Indian subcontinent they started to see that look, you know very well as we do. There are not five daily prayers within the Koran, right? They pointed this out point blank at that moment, the colonists they started to think they said really, it's true. There's not we don't have five daily prayers within the program. Right. So some of them they started to find ways to make up up to three prayers. Another group came they said that Allah says what the heck judge v nephila Turlock from the night make the hedges as well. So it must be four prayers. One of them is that

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okay, so they all went all different directions or groups as to prayers. Another group says three prayers. Another group says for prayers and other groups as five prayers. Now, what's interesting about all of this is that this group essentially came about saying that the only reason we follow the Sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu is the only reason we denied the Sunnah is because the sooner keeps us divided. This is why do we have the form of diet? This is why we have the other modalities of in Islam, because the student not is speculative in its meanings. And that's why people become divided about their opinions. If we go back to the Koran, we'll become united. But within a century,

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they came up with four different styles of praying, actually, many styles of praying before different numbers of how much you should pray, okay, and many different stuff. So then they started to look at the prayer and they said, okay, we need to revive this prayer as well. So another man came about after Abdullah chakrata

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And he wrote another version of prayer and that version of prayer.

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He put it together in a book called Salatu for Anca Allah Okay, and he then and then for honest still today they follow this version of prayer that was that was prescribed by this man by the name of Mohammed Ramadan. Okay in his book

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so not too long. Okay, now what's this particular Salah How does it work?

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This particular Salah is three Salawat and they say that Arthur and Merlin happened to be happened to be misguidance if you bring us on and molded your misguidance Okay, this is their opinion. And they say that it's actually from the desires of the knifes to pray

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and they say that

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the further elaborated they said you cannot pray for aka after three that's also from the desires of the knifes you can only pray up to two rocket and even that they barely made it out of the Quran. They said that from everything, we made two pairs, so two units of prayer as well, right.

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And then they said that

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they said that after record, you don't come back to it done. Because the Quran doesn't say anything about the dog. You go right into that and after a switch that automatically your salad comes to an end, okay? And on top of that DMM reads everything aloud. Nothing is read silently because there's all four and there's no I've gotten it. Okay, so this is and if you go into honest mosques, and they're actually there in the world, believe it or not, this is how they pray. This is how literally they pray in their centers. Now

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Now that we've learned a little bit about for earnest now we actually understand in sha Allah Allah what Chronister and I've only given you some things Believe me because this guy has given me signals telling me 15 minutes left right. Even though I went over time I still need another 15 minutes and I want you to be patient to Charla. Now I want to tell you some of the proofs of the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam within the Quran itself because all along the Quran you're saying what that it is against the Koran for us to follow the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu etc. Okay, so let's talk a little bit about the concept of the sinner within the Quran and what Allah

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feels of the Sunnah of Rasulullah Allah Subhan Allah Allah says to us in the Quran, now Bella for Hebrew, wah wah, wah ma Yom Kippur Nina our, in our in our

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region, I have three and four, Allah Subhana Allah Allah says to do for Allah subhanho wa Taala says that your saw had your companion or either Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was not misguided, nor did he go astray, okay? Remember they say he was compelled by Satan at least 10 times, right? So Allah is saying that malga Allah subhanho wa Taala your companion was not misguided, he wasn't misled and he wasn't also misled 1 million people and in our and he does not speak of his own desires, they say he does not, not only speak of his own desires, he also speaks of the desires of Satan. This is something they say, all right, in our in our what he says is simply

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why that is being revealed. Now let me tell you something, from the grammatical perspective, Allah is saying 1 million different in our he does not speak except of his desires. This is called negation Ma and afia. And then after that comes the word in Who?

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Right? So in is again negation in law is affirmation. All right.

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And we know that negation and affirmation when they're coupled together, they draw a meaning at the exclusion of any other possibilities. So what this would mean is that every single thing that the prophet SAW, Selim says happens to be from the one that is revealed to him except of course if He notes that it is not right. In some cases, the prophet explicitly will notice. Right? Why am I Takuma rasuluh? Why mana Hakuna and movento Allah Subhana Allah says whatever your prophet has given you, then take it and whatever he forbids, you have not what Allah forbids you off. Notice, he didn't say what Allah forbids, he forbids you off what he gives it gifts to you and what he forbids

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you off center who then you stop from it. So Allah commandment in this is who you stick to it. And a last commandment is Franco and abstain from it. From what what he gives you stick to it and what he forbids you from

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abstain from it. So allies commanding you directly explicitly to follow the guidance of the prophets or select and then he says what the law fear Allah, ie from the law of Allah is to obey the Prophet of Allah in the law. Harsha de repub if you don't do that, you don't obey Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam in

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his commandment, and you don't have to abstain from things that he has told you not to do that Allah is shady do the report is very severe in his tournament, okay? divine directive to obey Him. Allah notice this. Over here, there are two distinct commandments. This is explicit in the fact that the Prophet needs to be followed and obeyed. Explicit. Yeah, you have nothing in common or who you believe in mustard used to say whenever you hear this word, and that's enough, because it's either something good you're being told to do, or something evil or you're being told to to abstain from right. So Allah says, Yeah, you're Latina. Oh you believe so from belief is whatever Allah is going

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to say now, in your law obey Allah and he didn't say what Rasool ie the Prophet only when he brings to you what Allah says, He says, another verbal, another verb as well, okay, he brings another verb which is an imperative verb, and he says, What out the wazoo and obey the messenger as well. Now there is a group of people you only obey, when they obey the Prophet of Allah, when they open Allah and the Prophet of Allah, Who are those? What will mmm income and those who happen to be in power from a mystery. And the scholars of Islam, they explain this in two ways. They explain it as the scholars of Islam, because they also have the Ummah and they explain it as the people who happen to

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have the governance as well. Okay, so you only pay the scholars of Islam and the people in that, that have the governance as well, when they obey Allah and they obey His Messenger, but in terms of the messenger, what does the law say about the law, follow Him and follow the suit. So in the case of the Prophet specifically, we brings the verb again to to make you a certain of the fact that you need to obey the prophets of Allah wedding. So even if that commandment is not in the Koran as well. Now, this is even more explicit, and I've organized them in this way. So it goes from less explicit to more x, but this is even more explicit. Allah Subhana Allah says, may Allah, Allah Allah, whoever

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follows the messenger, that is the obedience of Allah soldier. Okay? Woman tell Allah from what whoever turns away from what, from obedience of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam because now he's first talking about the Prophet again his role, family, setting Naka Allah him Have you ever we have not made you responsible of them, we did not send you SMS messenger in responsibility of their actions, you only tell them what to do.

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And Allah Subhana Allah, Allah tells us now the role of the prophets are not the primary role of the prophets of Allah. And by the way, I met a major palani. Alright, I'm going to avoid mentioning his name. Even though the last time I gave this lecture, I gave his name, but this time I won't. Okay, I met a very, very major pulled Ani. And I had a chat with him. At that point, I didn't know he was a poor Ani.

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And Subhanallah I even had food at his house. Now, I wasn't sure about the food.

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At that time, I didn't know he was up Ronnie. I was invited as a guest. And, and I went as a guest. I didn't know this person at all. And anyways, so he started talking about his full honest ideas. I had no idea how I mean, of course, you meet people with a crystal ball, right? You meet people, the first thing is you think good of them. So someone invited me I thought good of them anyways. So I asked him of this question. And this verse,

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what ends and now he like addicted after three or four hours of discussion and I kept on giving him good, you know, personal one and so on. He said, there's a limit of how much money you can do. Now I understand where this person is coming from. So I said, You know what, Allah says in the Quran, Wenzel na la casa de campo de tu v nassima mozila. If you say that the Koran has no utility whatsoever, okay. The Quran has no utility with the Sunnah has no utility whatsoever, right? Allah says in the Quran mentioning the utility of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says, We have sent to you the vicar we have sent you the ticket or in the Quran. Among the names of the

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advocate, right? Need to beg Dinelli nasty man who Zilla era him so that you clarify for the people what has been revealed to them. Okay, so is the peran has no use if the Sundar has no utility in understanding the Koran

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Why would Allah bring this language live? The reason for the revelation to the prophets of Salaam

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Leto beigene and ignacy Mendoza so that you explain to the people what has been revealed to them. So he thought for a moment and at that point I realized he doesn't really know Arabic, okay? Because he struggled to remember the verse. And after that, he said, to me, that must mean that so you give to the people. Now, anyone that knows primary level Arabic will have nothing but an opportunity to laugh at this. Okay. So that you may you also write books on Arabic, right? So that you may give to the people.

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The Koran.

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What do you think? Is that okay?

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Oh, you're not listening. So hon Allah.

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Oh, you're watching the live no problem that live comes a little bit later. So, Lee to buy iannelli nasima Zilla, you like him, so that you may

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he's saying so that mean, you may grant that people what has been revealed to them so that you may give and deliver to the people what has been revealed to them anyways, if you go and search the lexicons of Arabic language up and down, whether that be, you know,

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Muslim, lexicons non Muslim, any lexicon of the Arabic language, any Dictionary of the Arabic language, you will understand that this person made a fool of himself in this particular case, by all means to explain. Okay, and that's why when they talk about when they talk about the definition of GFC, the most modern definitions are simply at FC, who are biannual or on it is the explanation of that. This is a simple word, you can look it up right now on translate calm Google, and you'll find the answer. Right. So

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another example, another example of the guidance of Allah as the origin in relation to our belief in the Sunnah is a loss of Hannah with the analysis.

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did do our su de binaca khumba. Don't call out to the prophets or send them like you call out to one another, ie directly with his name. So when the Sahaba would come, some of them would would be from the veterans they didn't have the etiquette so there was a young a lot told them to say yada yada yada, right.

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And a lot continued and he said later on in this verse, that in arena you Holly funa, and Emery he. So those people who go against the commandments of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wasallam. They should be wary of what and to see the home fitness, LLC Bahamas ravanelli that a fitna may occur within their lives or a very severe permanent may come their direction. Allah subhanho wa Taala told us that you're not a believer, right? Until you accept the Sunnah of the Prophet suddenly fell out of Bakelite Muna Hector, you hacky McAfee Masha Raveena. By Allah, they will never become true believers until they make you a ruler between them in terms of what in terms of their affairs when

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they come to disagreements, a lot told us in the Koran, why mercury movement in one minute did all of this is about a man. A believer cannot do this. It is not for a believing man, nor a believing woman either of a long or a pseudo

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era to marry him. It is not free believing man or a believing woman when a law has decreed something right? That they have a choice of any sort. Woman yatse law and then what what are pseudo whoever? This obeys Allah and His Messenger *able love Allah, Allah Medina, how much more clear Do you want to put on target? So that person has become a clearly misguided individual? Right?

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And a lot told us that it is from our love for Allah to follow the messenger in Quinton to Hebron aloha for Debbie Rooney, como la see if you happen to be in love with Allah seeing if you happen to have love of Allah then follow me. Mohammed sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, who only that is when you will gain the love of Allah azza wa jal

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and Allah subhanho wa Taala told us of something extra above the Quran that the prophet SAW Selim has been given, right and this is what amount of shots he also concluded from this verse as well. He said, who will lead the bath it means it will mean a lot to them and yet it was a key him while you are a limo human Kitagawa. He is the one who sent among a misty unlettered people, a messenger who reads upon them what his verses are either hold on well

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You are leaving human Kitab and he teaches them the book and what and, as well, and he teaches them the wisdom as well. We're in Ghana woman, Abu Dhabi. And prior to all of this, they happen to be in clear, clear absolute misguidance. Okay.

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So from all of this, we can take that the Parana Yun they're not really truly believing in the Quran, because of the fact that in many places Allah tells us from the criterion of recognizing the man of a person is to recognize what is to recognize the fact that they believe in or is for them to believe in the sort of Rasulullah sallallahu idea of seven. I'm coming to the closing segment. Now inshallah, but even this is going to take a little bit of time, okay.

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And the reason why I'm giving this extensive talk at the time of Imam Shafi, Mr. Mushaf really spoke of this extensively and he nipped in the bud right at the time of enormous youth, he spoke of this and he nipped the fitna in the bud. Till today, I don't know of too many efforts that are being taken that are being undertaken for the purposes of nipping this fitna as it rises, right. So allow me some more time as we continue in sha Allah and you will be greatly rewarded. And

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some of the doubts of the

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Quran you are as follows because I can tell you all of the proofs of the student not in the Quran, but in the Quran, you will come and bring some doubts in UCR makes a little bit of sense, right? So let's talk about the doubts of the Quran. You What do they say in terms of how do they try to doubt this? Now, the first thing they say is that the Quran has the scene of everything. It has the explanation of everything, okay? It has

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the details of everything. Okay. Now, what's interesting is if you look at the older dictionaries of the Arabic language, you'll find that the word they've seen doesn't actually mean the details. Okay. So this is because

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the Koran, he was a non Arab and he didn't have it wasn't very well acquainted with the Arabic language. So he came to this conclusion because in all do the work of seal means what it means details. Okay, so from that he used the Ordo meaning to understand the Quran, and he was able to get away with it. But essentially, if we look at the older lexicons, we find that they say that the word FOSS Allah you first see, it means to clarify. Okay, so it has the clarity for everything. Although in colloquial usage, the fee may also be used in Arabic as a as a meaning, meaning explanation, but in essence, in the early lexicons, and also Indeed, the fasciae we find that this particular word is

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not referring to explanation, it's referring to the clarity for everything and we say, yes, the Quran has the clarity for everything. And among the things that clarifies is that we should be following the prophets of Allah. Okay.

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Then, the second misguidance, or the second doubt of the Quran is is they say that the prophets words are not what why they're not revelation. And we've already explained that Allah Subhana, Allah says, In way lower that the prophetic words are, in fact, no more than way, as well. Okay.

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Now, what's interesting about this is they will act and they will say that how do we even know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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tsunami came to us accurately? Well, what we know is that through the sciences,

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and also through the sciences of a jonatha Dean, the scholars of Hadith he very carefully canonized the system through which they could recognize something to be from the authentic Sona and something to be from the non authentic sooner. Okay, this science is such a superior science that even the greatest critics of Islam from misty orientalist they have uttered despite their disagreement with Islam. The reality that Muslims East West north south should be proud of this particular aspect of their Islam and that is the region it is the most superior system of historiography known to man.

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Okay till today, the sciences of Hades remained the single most superior sciences or the single most superior method of historiography known to man. So they question the single most superior form of historiography known to man then what form of history can we expect except right? Do you understand what I'm trying to say over here, okay. So considering that even that claim, we cannot really rely

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apart, then of course, they make the claim that the rulership only belongs to Allah. And I also explained that Muslims do not believe that the prophets SLM has rulership. They believe that Allah gave his words the ability to have the legislative power, okay?

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And these are, in fact some of the doubts of the colonists. Now we know that

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the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was addressing the people of every time, right. The Quran is they bring another doubt, and they say that the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was only addressing the people of his time alone, no other people, but we know in the Quran itself, Allah Subhana Allah Allah says Allah Azza Naka, illa urashima Tell me, we have not sent you except as a mercy for mankind. Okay, and Allah says, Allah Allah says Naka, laka fatale nos, we have not sent you except a, as a messenger for all of people, ie the ones in that time and the later times, and just like that, we can see that every single claim of this particular group is very, very

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easily disassembled. Okay? Another claim that they make is that the companions did not actually here to write the son of the Prophet. In fact, the prophet himself told the prophets as the companions not to write this. Now, this doubt is actually absolute ignorance of reality. The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told the companions in early Islam not direct, the sooner later on as an evil dog that he explained in his book that he will in a book completely dedicated to all of the Hadith, which shows that the hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were written down during the time of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. He mentioned many, many reports, which was that

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also have a road down. The Sunnah of the prophet SAW Selim, among the Sahaba, who wrote down the sadhana was not even in us. All right, among the narrations that show us that the profits are seldom actually commanded for the center to also be written down is when the visitors from Abdo place when you have to face came to the profits from where from the modern day region of

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the Eastern, the eastern regions of Saudi Arabia, right? He told them for who about whom and Morocco, memorize everything I'm saying to you and tell the people that that you're going to go and meet as well. We know that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us pray as you've seen me pray. So if the student had no utility, why would he say such a thing? We know that the prophets Allah sent them said, who do anumana seeker come take your rituals of hedge from me if the student had no utility? Why would the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam again say such a thing? The Companions of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam were so keen on recording the Sunnah of

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Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam that Abu hurayrah used to sleep for one third of the night. He would pray for one third of the night. And he would spend the rest of the third of the night reviewing the hobbies that he had committed to memory. So if he cared not for the student as a companion, why would he stay up half a third of the night every single night? We know that a lot of you have Bob and his neighbor they used to take turns in the gatherings of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, so that they don't miss a single word that the Prophet alayhi salaatu wa Salaam would say, we know that NSA bumalik he said Guna indeed nebia sallallahu alayhi wa sallam furnace

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macrominerals Hadith we used to be with the prophets are sending them we would hear from him to Hades. And when we would get up ask her doctor is una de nutana. Dhaka rufina vein Anahata

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had done that when we would get up we would review this hadith amongst us until we would all end up memorizing does this sound like a group of people who don't care about the idea of Rasulullah sallallahu? It was said no, of course again, the claims of this group are void and they are no. And the claims of this group of course continue. I asked Allah subhanho wa Taala to grant us the trophy to practice to convey I will stop with one last claim insha Allah, Allah is give me one more minute. And that claim is as follows.

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Some of them say, as I told you, in the midst of the lecture already, that the Sunnah, is not the Sunnah of the Prophet. So they will use this caveat, to try to explain away everything that I've said to you today over the course of maybe two hours now, right.

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But we see this means they are belying the messenger sauce of the household. Because in countless instances, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam referred to the Sunnah as soon as it right. The profits are synonyms, that femen arhavi should not be for womanly. Whoever takes my son. He is from me. Woman Lamia was a thief

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Send me whoever it doesn't take my son not he is not from me and the prophets I'll send them said listen to this follow Allah maybe he's referring to this group. The prophets I'll send him said this is a Muslim he said yeah cool, nobody emitted like they do not be who die after we will be there will be Imams and leaders who will not take from my guidance, what is then known as unity and they will not follow my Asana. What's a common theme Dijon, boo boo boo boo chahatein Fiji's nanny, in that they will be people who will have hearts like the hearts of Satan, right? In the bodies of human beings, and the prophets or send them said it couldn't be sooner it was sooner to horrify

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Rashi dinniman body stick to my son and the son of the holy cow of Russia, Dean after me. Now this was among the a hadith that I brought up to that or Ani that I told you about, which I ended up meeting. So when I said to him, the prophet said, when he said, as soon as as soon as all people, all of the messengers I said the prophets I send them said, in an authentic tradition is a condition it was nothing. hora Rashi Did anybody remember the stick to my Santa? and assume now of all of the Holika that can't come after me the Rashid in the four that come after me the rightly guided ones after me. When I told them this Hadeeth What do you think he did?

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After this lecture, you should understand.

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He said, this hadith is just a hadith.

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And he outright rejected the Hadith. And he said he had a researcher next to him, they said, check the authenticity of this hadith. So he looked up quickly on Google and he searched the authenticity of this hadith. And he said this hadith even according to Muslims, as weak, or even according they don't say Muslims like that. They say even according to certain Sunni scholars, or it's happens to be weak. And I looked at him and I thought, Subhan Allah, this hadith in the history of Islam has never been contested, by any had diff

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from the time of the early mohabbatein, all the way to the time of, you know, the leader who had defeated him moving down to all the way to Ll Bernie and, and everyone know, who had this in the history of Islam has contested this ad. Okay. And he simply picked up this particular thing and he saw one name, who was actually saying it's authentic, but he said, No, this name happens to say that it is weak. So if you're a man and your faith is based on a Google search, as I saw my before my eyes, then obviously it's going to be invalid. It's going to be misguidance. I asked Allah subhanaw taala to grant us the trophy, to practice to convey desire qumulo heard and for patiently listening,

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all Allahu Allah say he didn't permit him while early visioneering salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato.