Sects and Cults in the Muslim World Part 02 #02 – The Baatinayyah Movement

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Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem and 100 Naira below the mean, while Solly well Salama La Salle oh well, he will occur in the Vieira Mohammedan. While the alihi wa sahbihi rabada, Cassandra, all praise the due to Allah, Lord of the worlds and peace and blessings be constantly showered upon our beloved Prophet Muhammad, the master of the first and the last, and upon his family, his companions at all those who call to his way, and establish his surrender to the Day of Judgment. As to what follows my beloved brothers and sisters to our friends, listen is Salam alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh Alhamdulillah, we thank Allah subhanaw taala for another opportunity to share what He has revealed

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to us as a human race.

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And we pray that Allah would help the knowledge that we are gaining to be Elman Nafion, and that is beneficial knowledge, not just knowledge, where the person takes in information, numbers and names, but information that affects their life. And that gives them the ability to distinguish between the truth and the falsehood.

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And that is so important, when we are dealing with the history of the Muslim world. Because this history has been interpreted in so many different ways that sometimes it gets confusing for a person who has recently embraced Islam, or a person who is returning to his or her faith, wanting to get an Islamic point of view. And when we say in Islamic look at history itself, we're not just looking at the names, and comparing them as though they are equals. But we are recognizing that Allah subhanaw taala is the Creator of the heavens and the earth. And that is through the power of Allah azza wa jal that

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he has revealed his message from the beginning of time. And we recognize

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the critical importance of this understanding of Tawheed in our look at history, so in a sense, this is a Tauheed, ik look at history, recognizing that it's not just human beings, who are making their history. But Allah subhanaw taala ultimately has power over all things. And in judging the value of individuals, we're not just taking it by the name, but we're looking at the issue or we're looking at the claim, not just from the surface, but the essence of the claim. So when a person says that they are Muslim, that is submission to the will of Allah.

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When the person says that they are a follower of Prophet Muhammad so seldom, that means that they literally follow the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam in all aspects. And so

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the Prophet peace and blessings be upon him in speaking with knowledge from above seven heavens, while even Jebel Radi Allahu one reported that the Prophet SAW Selim said,

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the devil is like a wolf among humans, as a wolf is among sheep. It snatches the stray sheep. So beware of the paths which branch off and adhere to the GEMA the masses and the masjid

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so the pros Salama Saint Jaco was well was Shihab while they can build Yama while arm while master

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that is the essence of the Muslim world. And so when we are talking about Sunni and Shia, they are not equal.

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The Prophet SAW Selim made it clear what the basis of Islam was, it is not just a book that came down and you read it, as it as though it is the title

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only of a chapter, but a book which is explained through the process.

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Vedic lifestyle.

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And that message is very clear. And the Prophet SAW Salem was reported to have said taarak to come, Allah Mahajan. Bayda lei Lu hochanda. Hadi Ha, La Jolla, z one ha Illa Halleck. I have left you on a clear way. It it's night. It's like it's day

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and only the one who is destined to perish will stray from the path. Leila hochanda Hadiya

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there's no confusion inside of this message. And so it was in the time of the Prophet SAW Selim. There was no confusion. In his message. His sunnah was very clear, because he was the Sunnah.

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And his followers knew what they had to do in order to follow the path.

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But the high wattage and we had learned in our last discussion

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that a group of the Muslims when the great fitna, or the time of sedition came during the period of the whole of our Russia Diem. And

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with man, Ebony, our fan Rhodiola. One was assassinated. Ali rhodiola, one took over the leadership. Wow, we then had a difference of opinion. And we learned at that time, that when this confusion was happening, and and the great Sahaba were holding on, that a number of the Muslims couldn't take it.

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And they lost their sense. And they went outside of Ali. And this was the first great sect of Islam called El Kawada, which these are the people who Raja Raju and who they went outside of the great Khalifa, Ali Roddy alarma.

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And for more understanding of this, go back to our first session, and you will be able to see the details concerning the karate edge, how they developed what they actually did. But the question that came the last time is about Abadia. And Abadia is the the group of the Heritage when Ali realized who they were, and what they were doing, and the fact that they were attacking his people. He then laid siege to them, and he defeated them. But a small group were able to escape and a leader by the name of Abdullah Eben earbud. He left with some of his followers. He was from the Tamimi tribe. And he went down into the Arabian Peninsula into what is now Romain.

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and settled there and his followers settled there. And they went underground. So this is what is the remains of the Harada movement. In Romain, there was a section that also went to Algeria, as well. And this group later became known as a body yeah.

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And so this is not a sunnah. Well, Gemma, this is not Shia.

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This is a bardiya.

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And the Obadiah although they claim that they follow the Quran, they have their own Hadith books, and they have their own fic. And they took an extreme position in the beginning. And for years, that the rest of the of the OMA, were going to help. And they had takfeer Bill Marcy, that of a person made minor sins. That person is coffee. They are a disbeliever. They have gone through a lot of change, as the kingdom of Oman has gone through a lot of changes as well, because there were many spread into East Africa. And they integrated with the Dallas Sunda especially the Shafi school of thought. And so now Oman has changed and the Obadiah has gone through a change. So the present day

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bodies are accepted by the scholars of the other Sunda, well, Gemma and instead of saying that the the Sunni groups and the Shia and everybody is all Kufa, they say covenant namah the saying that they denied the blessings, not that they denied all of Islam. So it's a minus in and they are not taking the extreme position for the most part. So this is the Abadia and they pray with the hands on the side looking like the Shia, but they are not. They are actually living in Oman, and they have their own way but they are allowed to make hajj and umrah and you can get more information if you go to our last session or look up your body with

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to present our group that is there. So

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our great scholar Josie sacubitril Josie Rahim Allah, the great half of the great sharing of the slum, and Abdullah. He was reported to have written a number of books, one of them tell bliss, bliss, and that is the devil's deception. And this is the main source that we use for this part of our understanding. Excellent work by your middle Josie.

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Sifting through the cobwebs, sifting through the madness, and showing the clear Sunda and where it stood. And as our our Islamic historian, giving us that toe heated understanding of what happened to the Muslim world, we have to remember that Islam is still spreading rapidly.

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But even though there was a fitna and the high wattage people were tricked by the shaytaan, they went outside of the Imam with a DD Khalifa, Ali Baba be tolerated Rhodiola one. And they became total extremist in the same way that they were tricked. There were other people who were being tricked. And this is the group that was being poisoned. First by the teachings of de Lyonne. Saba was teaching the divinity of Ali Rhodiola one. And this is the birth of what we now know as the Shia.

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And it's important because again, they say Sunni Shia, as those, these are two equal groups in the Muslim world. That is not true. Because the Sunni or the Al Hassan, that was your ma has always been the main body of Islam. 85 to 90% of the Muslims, up until today,

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is the Sunnah. The word Shia in Arabic is a sect. It is a group. So when you say Shia, you're talking about a group, not the main body. And it was first used that she had to ollie and she had to Mario. So when there were two big bodies fighting against each other, they said there's one group following Ali, another group falling rawia.

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But after the assassination of Ali and Al Hassan, taking over and then giving the leadership to Gauja then the leadership of the Muslim world became

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not Shia Tamaya but it became 2 million falafel.

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So this is important, because I remember now, when the carotid sent out their assassins to kill the major leaders who were disagreeing and not

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in their claim, using the Quran as the basis of their decision. They succeeded in killing Ali. They could they did not kill Maui or amabilis. And, but the two armies were there. And so Mao is army facing the rule of Al Hassan who was chosen by the Muslims, and he ruled for six months, so he could be considered to be amongst the qualifier, or Rashidi, hell Hassan, as predicted by the Prophet SAW Salem would bring peace between two great armies. And he gave over the leadership to Mahalia.

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And this is important for us to understand, because at that time, there is no Sunni group and Shia group. The main body of the Muslim world, accepted the leadership of Malia brother lajuan. He was catabolite. He was one of the people who wrote the Revelation. And even though the scholars believed that Ali was correct, the overwhelming majority accepted the leadership of Medallia. So that year was called Amil Jama. That was the year of the Jama. Remember what the prophets also said? They can bill, bill Jamal, right. He said, Follow the Jama.

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And so everybody basically accepted this, except for a few extreme elements, even Al Hussein at that time he made conditions, but he retired to El Medina.

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He accepted this rule and the great fitna, or the great confusion that hit the Muslim world was over.

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And that is a major time for the believers. Shortly after this. Al Hassan died of poisoning Rahima hula

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and the mermaids were now in effect the royalists meaning the people under Mao Yeah, but it was a valid Laffitte so he was the Khalifa of the Muslim world and

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struggle was happening. You're calling to the good and forbidding evil. Scholars were being supported. Even the family of the prophets of Salem was being supported. But more How is great mistake was that instead of allowing szura to choose the next leader, he chose his son Yazeed to follow him. So the philosopher's became a kingdom.

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Even so, the majority of the companions accepted. Some were reluctant. The main contenders who did not accept Yazeed were Al Hussein Ibn Ali. Now that's obvious, but also Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah bin Zubia Abdullah bin bass, and Abdul Rahman ibn Abi Bucha. Now look at these other sons of major companions. They were in opposition

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to Yazeed, taking over when pressure was applied, in order to bring about peace, Abdullah bin Omar Abdullah bin our bass, they pledged they did not want another fitna to start. But Al Hussain, Abdullah bin has a bad day refused to accept this leadership. Now these are very important foundations that we need to go over, over and over again, trying to understand basically what happened. We recognize the fact that to obey a dynasty was in the rule that Yazeed was a valid Khalifa. Although there were reasons for people not to accept it. And Al Hussein rather law one,

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he rejected Yazeed and sent Musa Ebina appeal to Iraq.

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But Yazeed sent Obaidullah even Ziad and Muslim was killed, and Hussein unaware of this, took his family and move toward Kufa. Now Kufa remember, was one of the main two cities in Iraq at the time.

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The Kufa was a center of confusion and ideologies and magic and so many areas Koopmans had very vocal

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personalities, but they were also very fickle.

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And when the rebellion was crushed, they changed their mind. And Al Hussein Rhodiola. One found himself alone.

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The Romanian sent an army led by Omar ibn sad, but I'll be what cos

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was a righteous person. But this was diverted,

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you know, to a northern expedition and even Ziad and Hussein dialogued. It didn't work out and the terrible tragic tragedy tragedy of Karbala took place. And Hussein rather Rhodiola one and his group was slotted except for the Xena lobby Dean, his son,

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the Iraqi cofense Who did not come out to support Al Hussein, although they supported realized their mistake, and they became known as a toe boon. They return to Karbala in shame.

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They made penance and they begin to do to do extreme practices. Now, this is where you're different practices of the Ashura. So the Assura that most Muslims know is on the 10th of Muharram. And that is because of Musa alayhis salam. And the fact that when the yahood

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came to Medina, they were fasting on the 10th because of Moses escaped from Pharaoh own right? But this new form of Ashura is something that the terroir Boone

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instituted not from the Sunnah.

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And so it took on a new life to Tasmania, where they are in repentance and sadness, and this extreme concept of Imam and start to commit people beating themselves pouring blood doing all types of practices, which are far away from the Sunnah.

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This starts happening, has nothing to do with the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Salem. But the dangerous part of it is, is that the door is open.

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Because the new practices are coming in, then the thoughts of the magicians, the thoughts of the former Persian dynasty, those who do not accept Islamic rule start to come in.

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And so this is what you could call a transition of Shiism. Now remember, there is no shear tomorrow that's to me it's the shear became known as the shear to ollie mainly in era

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Because the Romanians attacked Mecca, where Abdullah bin Zubia radula. One hula was based and they defeated him.

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So it was all under the Romanians. The only opposition was the Shia in the area of Iraq. And so this is what you could call political Shiism.

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They are against the oppressive Romanian rule. And this is very important.

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Because up until today, people get confused with political Shiism, and theological CSM. Political Shiism is the opposition to Yazeed and the oppressive or made rule. And that was the main opposition was not only Hussein, but Abdullah bin Zubia.

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And Muslims throughout the Muslim world.

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But the change starts happening with what could be called theological shears. And that is where the extreme elements start to come in the deification of America meaning Alia but not be taller, rather lower.

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And then people so angry, and so extreme that they start to even curse aboubaker And Omar

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and the former Sasanid supporters, the ones who lost their Persian leadership start to come back to take advantage. The followers of Ibn Saba they join the ranks. So this is what you could call theological Shiism. The difference between the two political Shiism is just opposition to the roommates. But in practice, they're so nice.

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The logical Shiism is where they actually start to change now, this is where you can really see it.

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And it is reported that one of the Imams so called Imams under the Shia

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Zaid ibn Ali ibn Al Hussein, right so it was one of Ali Zainul Aberdeen sons. He was coaxed to rebel against the riots. But they said curse our Walker and OMA, he refused. Because he's following the Sunda How could you curse our Baka and OMA and so they refused to follow him, even though he announced his rebellion against domains. And when that happened, he said referred to Mooney

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you have denied me.

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And so this group called a rafidah

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That becomes the moment

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known as the twelvers in a sense, and the other group the political what is left of the political she ism is more like to say dia, sort of Zedi followers who followed him Imam Zaid,

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who is a valid son coming under Al Hussein.

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Remember that side, that side of the family? Okay, so he has the bloodline. Remember Al Hussein married sure bunu who is the daughter of the the Sassanid Shah of Iran. So the the the divine so called divine blood of the Persians. The blood of the Prophet SAW Salem, Imam Zaid had all of this, but he refused to join this theological extreme.

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That's the difference. And that's what people get confused with, up until today, between political Shiism and the theological. Now, again, I just wanted to take for those who are new in this and just to give a little review in our minds, so you can actually see this, go back to the family tree of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon for those who can follow this. And you see Hashem his family, Abdulmutallab.

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And you see this a split in Mecca, with Romania and Hashem

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or Abdul Mutallab you have an abbess, Abu Talib, Hamza Abdullah Abu Lahab. These are the sons of Abdul Mutallab from Abdullah Abdullah, of course, you have the Prophet SAW Salem. So that's the Hashemite line. Remember the other side. Of course, the Hashemite line, remember Abu Talib, his son archaeal, Jaffa and Ali. Now there are other sons of Obatala as well. These are the three most famous. So here's Ali. Okay, now that's the first imam of the Shia.

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Right that's where they stop although this means nothing special to the Sunnah. He is the cousin of the Prophet SAW Salem, who was raised in his house, beloved person, one of the most eminent of the companions, the first male to accept Islam, although he was a young person. On the other side, remember that struggle between Hashemites in Romania, then there is how to an Abu Sufian. From him comes Mahalia. So you can see a struggle, a power struggle that could take place

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When people are get weakened their faith, the Prophet SAW Selim had no sons that lift.

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So by the will of Allah

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Ali married Fatima

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from their union came was saying Hassan and later on for other marriages, Mohammed Abu Hanifa. This is from Ali. But the key three people Al Hussein, Hassan, these are the other key people. And from Al Hassan, his family he had 21 sons so there's a lot of Hassan is spreading around came to Idris since they ended up in Fez in North Africa. So the olive bank people who are ruling Morocco, up until today, Idris it's and they relate to a Hassan's family right not Hussein. Okay, just for your general understanding. But on the side of Hussein.

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They considered Hassan to be the second Imam, meaning the leader of the debate. family of the Prophet SAW Selim. Then the third was Hussein after his demise his death, his son, Ali Zainul, Aberdeen

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following Ali was Muhammad Al Bhartia. Now this is when you see zayde And what split off from Zaid which is the ze dia. Remember referred to moody. But following Hummel Ibaka there is jofra sodic, the sixth grade imam of the Shia, the twelvers although that was not the term they were using at the time. He was a teacher and colleague of Imam Malik Rahim Allah Imam, Abu Hanifa. So they were all the same. They're all under the sun. No, there was no Shiite sect and Sunni sect. They were friends and colleagues of each other in Medina.

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But to take care of the family to represent the family, he was number six. And he looked toward his son is my yield. But it's my yield passed away before Jafra. And so the rule went to Musa al Kadhim Who is number seven now

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those who wanted his my yield to be number seven although he died, they accepted his son Mohammed Eben Ismail. And that is where is my yearly Fatimids come from? Now you see it here. Okay, so on the one side, there's Musa al Kadhim. Then is Ali read on number eight. There's Muhammad Taqi number nine, Ali Al Hadi number 10. Hasan Askari number 11 Muhammad Ali montado number 12. The last imam of the twelvers. On the other side is the Ismaili Shiism. So you see how the Shia breaks up. So there's one side called the 12 verse and the other side's seven years, because they believe that the Imam it ends at seven. So keep this in mind. This is the general setup that you'll see. That is coming.

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Again, amongst the moms that are there from the Tawheed IQ as a sunnah position. They were not separating themselves in terms of their faith, the great Imams their loved the Prophet saw some of them they were not cursing him. It is only the extremism amongst the followers. But what developed in theological Shiism, and again, this is important for us to be able to distinguish it, what develops this five key concepts, and we discussed these in detail in our previous sessions. But for those who are new, and to review on our minds, what are the distinguishing points of Shiism? Number one is the concept of impairment. That there is not only prophets, who are Sharia law makers, but

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there are prophets and there are Imams. So amongst the Shia

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and varying degrees, the Imam has large giving powers. This is a moment and in some extreme cases, as we'll see, the Imam then becomes like a divine being all creations submit to the Imam.

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And there are varying degrees of the concept of the moment. Many people again those who are clinging to political Shiism, they believe that the Imam should just be the leader of the Muslim world. But the religious Shiism, that underlying group and that is where the disbelief comes in, is when they start putting the Imams over the prophets. Number to

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the position on the companions of the Prophet saw the salah

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that in some cases amongst a Shia and again, you cannot put them all in one spot

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Stroke, that amongst the companions of the prophets of Salaam, they say Hornell Amana Han rissalah They deceived the trust, they deceived the message that only a small group of companions only a few, including some adult fantasy, and make that just a few that they say follow the message properly. But the majority were involved in piano,

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treachery.

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And that's a serious thing to say the companions of the Prophet SAW Salem, were treacherous, because the Prophet peace be upon him when people even amongst the Companions, Chris each other, he said, Do not curse my companions. Because if you give if you gave mount or hurt and gold, you could not give what they gave.

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Do not curse my companions. Number three,

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their perspective on the Quran. Elements amongst the Shiite groups say that the Quran was not complete. That is not the real book. And there are varying elements, there's even a group saying Serrato Relyea that they have chapters that's not in the main book. They refuse to accept the Quran of with men getting political again, and then trying to say he's like an idiot.

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So their perspective is off of the Quran. And if somebody says they don't accept the Quran as the book of Allah, the protected book of Allah, this is a problem in terms of their faith. Number four, temporary marriage matar This is not accepted by the Sunnah wal jamaa. And that is accepted. It's a fifth point, you know, amongst the Shia and five, the doctrine of takia, or topia, and this is where you could lie or sia a person could lie to us Sony

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could disguise their words and get blessings for this. So, these are some of the key distinguishing points among other things. Now, what is important to understand remember what the process on the say, I lay come build your map. Well, I am well masjid, so stick to the Jamaat and the masses of the people and the Masjid. So, up until the 16th century AD, now, if you talking about the sixth

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seventh century AD of the actual prophethood, and to the to the 16th century, 900 years,

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there is no major Shia group that is there, of the Twelver Shia, Shia. So the main group that follows the 12 Imams did not have a state and that is important to understand. So when you try to say they're equal, they're not equal.

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The masses of the Muslim world was following the Sunnah, even with the political differences, but it wasn't the 16th century that the Safavid dynasty was established. They claimed dissent from the 70 ma Musa al Kadhim,

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the founder, Shara smile, he was Turkish, Turkish very strong personality and military. But he declared she ism as the state religion of Persia.

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He executed people who are against this. Now, this is strange, because when you think of Persia, Iran in particular, you think that this is a Shiite state, right from the time of Ali and Mao, you know,

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when you look at the Sunnah, the establishment of the Sunnah, and you look at the great Imams, if you look at to Hadi and Muslim autonomy, the even imagined assai you can go on in the Imams, you'll see that the great majority of the famous Imams collectors of Hadith came from this area of southern Russia, Cora sand and Persia this was Sunni territory.

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This was not a Shiite land. And it was only in the 16th century, when the Safavids now took over and made Shiism, the state religion which up until now within the Constitution, the leader must be it nasty Shia. Okay. So this is important to understand, again when we're making comparisons between the Sunda and the Shia, extremely important point to keep in mind as we go on. So there is no confusion with these little isms and schisms and small groups that start to develop. Now, the mainstream Shia,

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there is another major like river, a stream and that is elbahr Tunisia or the butter knights

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And this group comes from the concept of a button, which means the inside of a thing and the die here Uzziah some people pronounce is outside.

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So people try to say that with everything there is an outside, superficial. And then there is an insight. And the bar tonight's or the button near this group of people,

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or cult, underground people, they hid behind Islam.

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And they lean towards the Shia teachings.

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But it was the devil's deception. And it was the intrigue of the former religious leaders, political leaders, the Jaya Leia of Persia and all the ancient time combined. Coming together in these Barton Nia groups. This is an underground stream, which literally lead them outside of Islam. And you'll be surprised to know again, the word Shia is being used. But the ignatia, the Shia, the twelvers, who remember, from Imam Jaffer, Assad next time and there are other Imams, they were following the Sunnah.

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And up until now they are making Hutch. And they are accepted.

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But within their ranks, are these evil teaching to Barton Nia, it nationally considered them to be outside of Islam.

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And so this is a strange phenomenon. Why would they consider the button Nia to be outside of Islam? Remember these concepts, because with these groups coming in now, their intention was negation of the Creator. Because remember, Islam is Tawheed. So when you say La Ilaha, no God, nothing where they worship, clean slate, Illa Allah, except Allah. So you cannot have any other deity. You can't have the sun.

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You can't have the Shah. You can't have the Pharaoh. You can't have Buddha, you can't have anything else that you worshiped through or believe is that the Divine Being except Allah.

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They fought back. And they wanted to cover member Toby's at least to cover up this concept of Tawheed and to enter negate it.

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And to put in other concepts of the creative force, the ultimate force, they also wanted to invalidate prophethood because if you invalidate prophethood, and you put something else inside of there, now you got a serious problem,

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especially you putting in a moment. So you invalidate prophethood, you're basically breaking the Kalama. in half, you're destroying Islam to invalidate worship. And that is, of course, not only our Salah Hajj as a cat, our fasting, but our major e baddha. As from the Sunnah, from the way shown by Gibreel alayhis, salam, and through this to deny the Hereafter. And that is an extreme form that become more involved in the life of this world. So this is the stream of Al Barton Iya. And it came literally in this underground movement. What is the philosophy of the button? Yeah,

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I like to use the example of this plant plant, this lychee, or in America, they say, the lychee plant.

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And this lychee plant,

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which the Chinese had developed, it's a beautiful example of how the VA here and Barton, because if you look on the outside of it, it's a rough looking plant. And we look at the skin, nobody would want to take that in and eat it, you would not to ingest the outside. But if you take the skin off, there is a beautiful, sweet, soft inside. And so that is the concept that they were using, that they were the literal text of the Quran and Hadith,

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but his inner meanings as well. So if you get caught on the outside, outside, right, then you you're deluded, it's like you're eating the outside of the lychee plant.

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But if you go to the to the interior, then you get the essence and you're released from the burden of the Sharia. And it gives room for to do what you want to do.

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And you can literally put in what you want to put and that's where the other religions and concepts come in. So there's the danger of this concept of a lie here and but

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Yes, we know that there are certain things that are an exterior, and there is an interior we know that we know that the heart of the individual is the essence. But the Prophet SAW Selim taught everything together. Remember when he when he spoke to Gibreel lay Salaam. He taught him. What is Islam? That is the question of Gibreel. In the famous Hadith, what is Eman and what is his sand? Righteousness? So all three levels of Islam is your outward practice five pillars. The man is your faith. Yes, and is your righteousness that's the inside. That's where the soul wolf comes. That is where your spirituality is all taught together. But this concept separates it.

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And so remember now going back, let's connect it now. The death of Ismail right the son of Imam jofra sodic. Right. And then Musa al Kadhim is chosen as the seven but a branch said no.

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Is my year was number seven, even though he died early, so we'll choose his son because he's the direct descendant as the seventh EMA. So with this branch,

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they're Imams and there are caught leaders found a door that was opened and they disguise themselves.

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And one of the most famous of these underground people that can be traced is Abdullah ibn Mei Moon ALPA da.

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This is an occultist. This is around. He died around 825 ad. And he became one of the chief missionaries and ideologues of the Barton Nia movement. Okay, so this is important now. They conceal themselves in Basra, that's an Iraq and also sada mija salami, I became one of the basis of the Botany of movement. And it is this movement, they formed this secret societies.

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And they developed within their secret societies, gradations initiations, secret rituals,

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their key number was seven. So they're known as the seven is or the seven. Yeah.

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And this is important because there are many occult movements that are developed based upon this occult type of teaching. Remember, now, Iraq was the basis of magic, because as inserts of Bukhara we know about Babel, where magic was introduced through hardwood and Barut.

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So, the occult groups develop there and took different forms. And later on when the Crusaders came in, and they intermingled with the botany people took back their teachings, that is one of the basis of the free mason movement. So when you look at the free mason movement, Illuminati and the occult groups of today, you will see a connection that is there, through the barter Nia movement, because there is no outside Sharia. Again, when you eliminate the Sharia, the Quran and the Sunnah, that's the basis that Allah has protected for us take off the protection, then you can do what you want to do. And so you'll see the gradations of the Freemasons, their numbers, up until the 33 degree, you

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will see that the number seven being used.

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And you'll see some of the main Sonic groups actually wearing Fez and actually naming themselves with Islamic names. That is the what they took back from the Crusades. But getting back to the essence of our topic, and this is crucial how it starts to develop the ninth century chief missionary Abu Abdullah Al Hussein, she of Yemen. This is one of the missionaries coming from Salah Mia.

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He was a Yemeni, and he proclaimed himself dal BB BB l ma D. So he was the door to the Mahdi. Now remember, amongst the twelvers they believe that the muddy the trough Imam had gone into an occult state. So they are waiting for somebody to come amongst the Sunnah. The other sunnah was Jamar there is a belief that the Imam or the Mahdi will come near the end of time. His name is Muhammad his father's name is Abdullah. His mother his mother's name is Amina.

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He has a high forehead, a high bridge nose, He will fill the earth with

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of justice and righteousness when it is filled with oppression. That is a sunder belief.

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So everybody up until today people are waiting for the body. Now think about this. This is the ninth century. That's a long time ago. Even at that point because of the confusion in the world, they were waiting for the MADI to come. So Abu Abdullah Al Hussein, she, he claimed he was the Bob. So this is a new concept coming in. He was the door to the Maddy and through him the final

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teach teacher who would come the guided one would come into the world and he took his teachings from the Arabian Peninsula and the Levant. He took it to North Africa. And his base of operations he found in a place later called Allah DIA and this is in Tunisia.

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And Tunisia is extremely important country. You remember in the time when Islam was spreading,

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and Akbar Eben Afia Rahim Allah, the great Tabby took a slum all the way over to the Atlantic Ocean. This was Almog rip, his base of operations was paid one, eight a one was a little bit down in the interior of Tunis. And later that area became known as if repeat Yeah, that was the base of the Muslims. It is here in Palawan, and this area that the Maliki fic was codified. That is the teachings of SA noon. Great Imam Malik Rahim Allah and mata ki a spread all throughout North Africa to Andalus down into West Africa, into Central Africa. This is a strong area of the Sunnah. And I'm an island Medina, the actions of the people of Medina.

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But in this area, they were disgruntled people as well. And amongst the MSF, who are the native indigenous people of North Africa, there were disgruntled groups. And so Abu Abdullah then found support, and he made Alma dia as his base of operations. It's a beautiful area. And this is the main master there in Alma India, that you can see on your left. And he developed what is known as a Dola Alpha Tamia. And this is the Fatimid state are the Fatimid caliphate.

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And this is where they ruled from 909 to 1171. Now, remember, this is not it na Shetty Shia. So this is extremely important to distinguish it nationally, Shia did not have a state until the 16th century, remember the stuff of it.

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This is the Bharti Nia

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spreading the teachings those secret underground teachings and they spread it and they chose strategically, Medina as the capital. This is an extremely important place. If you look at the map, where Medea is, it is at the mouth of the center of the Mediterranean region to your left is under loose. And the loose still, at that time was a great center of Islam. There was actually a Khalifa another Khalifa actually announced himself and NASA Lee Dini lap, you know, and that is the NASA did dynasty. So Andalus was one of the most powerful areas in the Muslim world, and a lot of traffic and business. Had you know, Cordoba Cordoba was one of the largest cities on earth at the time. Okay, so

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traffic coming across the Mediterranean, it has to pass, you see where Italy is and Sicily and then Tunisia Madea. It goes then down to Egypt, and to the red sea, and over to Istanbul, and to Turkey, and the other areas. So this is a strategic center of the Mediterranean region.

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So not only is it strategic in terms of the people who are Mazique, very strong, but also economically, politically, and the Fatimids expanded because of this. And with their rule, and with the MSE for people who are very strong personalities and once a group of the MSE, although it's not the majority. But once a group of Mr. Zeke is and back of you, you have strong personality people. These are African people,

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and very powerful and so when they get in

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back of you, you have a force that is a back of you. And this Fatimids made a number of achievements. They founded the city of Ukiah.

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And this is something that a lot of people don't realize that the basis of the foundation of the city was first taught in the time of ml when asked for the law, but I'll call her that we know today was founded by the Fatimids. And Jamia as her as her university was founded by the Fatimids.

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Of course, he was teaching originally bought and the teachings

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were being taught.

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This is interesting now, but a power that they developed. reach to the point if you look back at this map, you will see that they literally extended and took up into Syria into parts of what is now Turkey and down into his Yes. So for a period of time, they controlled Mecca and Medina.

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So this is a powerful group that is controlling in the heartland of Islam, although it is not the major parts of Islam, not everybody, but they are controlling it on the surface. This is the Fatimid rulers. And they were smart enough

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that they would include other people. So they kept themselves as a ruling dynasty, using their bloodlines, as a justification for the rules. They brought in Jewish scholars. They even brought the Christians. They brought all types of people underneath them. And they were able to thrive. And so science was thriving, education was thriving, the masses of the people who wanted to live a good life economically, and things were moving economically allow them to rule because within their rule, there's a type of stability. But ultimately, it's not the rule of the under sunnah. It's not the Quran and the Sunnah. So it has no longevity. That is why you see the Fatima dynasty pop up.

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Historians know this. But the average people when they think of Cairo or Aza, they don't think of the Fatimids. That is because they eventually deteriorated and they ruled in to 1171. Until when the Fatimids actually called in the followers of the the Kurdish Zen kids who called in nurudeen Sanghi Mather Dean's engi. This is suddenly people, but they were called into the area.

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And their intention was to fight the Crusaders. But eventually their rule came to Sultan Saladino or up for him.

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And the great soul Tom

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took power in Egypt. And a lot of people recognize and remember the Sultan for his defeat of the Crusaders, and his liberation of Jerusalem. And no doubt that is his most famous achievement. But before that time, when he was consolidating the rule of the Muslims because it was a united body that took Jerusalem, he re established the Sunda so Jami, Al Azhar was then changed into a Sunni school back going back to the original origin.

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And he also dethroned the last Caliph of the Fatimids.

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And so the Fatima rule then dwindled.

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And underneath the Fatimid rule,

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there are a number of elements and we want to look briefly at some of these elements and go into it again. But to show you how that sex start to break up,

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there is a group during the Fatimid rule the six Fatimid Caliph of Egypt, Al Hakim be umbrella. Now, this is where the button Nia teachings go to the extreme and he was claiming and Muhammad ibn Ismail A data Z. They claim that this Calif of the Fatimids was ALLAH in person. He was God incarnate.

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And so when they say Ali Ali Allah, they would literally say method jolly. They would say help us Oh, Ali. They're saying like Ali is God.

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And they wouldn't say Ali on alim. They would say Ali Allah.

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You see, so that's why you see a person he will name his son Ali Akbar.

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Alius not Akbar, Allahu Akbar. But amongst them, that name is common.

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And so, but the masses of the people refuse this because the masses of the people remember the GEMA Lama, they refuse this and so they drove a dizzy out.

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And he settled around the Sharif mountains in near Damascus and Lebanon. And he formed a group, which took his name and got dizzy. And they're called Drew's. So this doodles group,

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he claimed a type of prophethood. He had his own book.

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He taught that they are the ones who have the real teachings. Only the men could read this book. He believed everybody else was going to hell except for his people.

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And they were underground. They became pacifistic in their ways. And these rules are still in the Muslim world today. You'll find that the rules that are fighting for different armies, you'll even find them in Syria, you'll find them fighting for Israelis. You'll find them all around because they'll they'll go underground following anybody. This is the button Nia and this is the group called gurus. And many people do not understand they are Shia, they are breakaway of ismaily bata Nia, so this has nothing to do with it naturally Shia ignatia He considered them to be outside of Islam, see the two streams.

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So, this is duros group.

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Now, what is the reason why the Barton Nia teachings could not hold?

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Because look at the power of the Fatimid dynasty. Look at the economics. Look at how they spread they control Mecca and Medina. Why? Because the basis of botany rule is the negation of the Creator hearken beyond the law, the saying Allah is in him.

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They also invalidate the prophethood extreme concepts of employment. The concept is my Ely concept of Imams, because these are Ismailis. Right? Their concept Fatimid esmaeili concept is that the Imam is immaculate.

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It's like a living god on earth. You pray to the IMA

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they invalidate the worship. So up until today they did not pray five Salaat they will pray three salats trying to make Tafseer of the Quran.

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They deny the worships they don't even believe in going to Mecca Medina to make your pilgrimage to Hajj to Mecca, they don't believe that. You can go if you want to. But you need to visit the Imams the living Imam and the dead Imams that's where you make your Hutch. They denied the Hereafter. And so by this day I literally introducing a new Sharia to the Allah that's the weakness and that's the reason why well how can be humbly lawyers making these these confused statements. The masses of the people were waiting for Salah dean. And when Salah Dean came and brought the Sunnah back and establish it. It was thriving. And Jameel Azhar from that time until today becomes one of the great

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institutions at one point, it was the greatest institution for the listener in the whole of the Muslim world,

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especially after Baghdad fell.

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And so, this is important that we understand the weakness of this butterly

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Okay, and so, it is from here,

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that the botany movement, the Fatimids. After the death of the eighth Fatimid caliph, it broke into two wings than the Azadi is from the eldest son, Azhar. And there was stylus from his brother of the stallion.

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As far as the Mr. Lee's are concerned,

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they transferred their power to Yemen. But they went underground and they remained in obscurity for 500 years. When they came out the teachings they carried it to Gujarat in India

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and you can still see traces of them. There's a group called Bara.

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If you look at the picture, you will see the caps that the men wear and they are Mr. Lee is my Elyse and you'll find them especially in India and in East Africa. Surprisingly enough, there are many borders in Kuwait.

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I went to Kuwait and found in the marketplace that

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are so many bodies there when the time of salaat came, they just closed their shops and they went inside. Right they were making a lot with the main Jamaat because they have their own concepts. So this bought our group, however even in Canada and UK they're around, but they're very secretive group and this is what is there from the

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and are basically to give you another group that comes out of it, and this is comes out of the desire the side

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and this is a group, which is called parameter

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and the parameter based on ham Dan Kemet of Kufa.

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This is another botany missionary. And he was very aesthetic Zion type of person. He organized his movement, and he went to the eastern side of Arabia. And he carried out a series of brutal conquests. This is ninth century now remember when the Smiley's are spreading right? So it is not following the Fatimids. He's like an old school type of a smiley. And he goes to asah

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region of Arabia,

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powerful movement, to the point where they actually conquered Mecca, and they stole the Blackstone.

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And they kept it in the US our region for 23 years. Could you imagine this, the black stone of the Kaaba

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until they were finally forced to give it up.

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And to put it back. So these are the extremes that are coming out of the barter Nia

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that are coming out of the confused movement that broke away from the ignatia, the Shia, and so many different groups that we need to look at. And we need to understand again, they are not mainstream Muslims. The Prophet SAW Salim said Aleykum build Java while I'm

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while Masjid stick to the Jamaat, the main body of the believers, stick to the masses of the Muslims. Stick to the masjid continue your practice of Islam, because these groups will come and they will go.

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But the ultimate teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah that is protected by Allah subhanaw taala.

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And so keep this in mind as we look at the groups. And as we go from section to section. Again, this is giving the Tawheed stick approach. You go to a university and get confused. Because you think that these groups are similar to the center groups, they are not similar. They are breakaways that pop up and have power for a limited period of time. But they are not the main body of Islam, which will continue until the day of resurrection.

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And so with this, again, I want to open up the floor for any questions that you may have. We're going slowly by slowly to look at the groups and the breakaway sex in the Muslim world. If you have questions, you can put it into your chat.

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You can ask your questions, you can leave it with us. We'll deal with it next week. But I want to open the floor if there's any questions that anybody has right now.

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Remember,

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you can use your chat

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and you can start to ask your questions. So send that on, if you can.

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To the mainstream. Yeah, any questions up until now? floor is open for any questions.

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There's a couple of questions Jeff, if you just want to look into the actual channel itself,

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okay. So, there is one question is saying I can see here it says

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How does so town Saladino or UB now managed to bring back the shopper who Sunda in a well established Fatima region, again, that the Fatima teachings were in the aristocrats. They were the rulers of Egypt at the time, but the master

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The people were still from the Sunnah. And so Salahuddin who came in with a powerful force. He came in with the design gets the Kurdish Sunday groups, and they literally took over power. So they defeated the fattiness. So it was military, as well. And they took over. And then they established the Sunda which easily could could take over. Because there's no base, there's no powerful base to the botany teachings. Now the question is saying people who?

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Okay,

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let me go further down.

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Okay, it is saying here.

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I wonder if you will ever talk about and reject the Taliban, this is the problem with us, you know, okay, this is a person ranting and raving, there, you know, in our chat.

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But, you know,

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the purpose of this is to understand the background.

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Because we are being manipulated, we're being manipulated by the press, we're being manipulated by information. And that confuses people. So when you have a basis of the court and, and a basis of the Sunda, then you are able to understand what is going on around you. If you don't have a basis, then you will start to make things equal, you will start to equate things, okay. And so this is where, you know, if you cut out history, if you don't know the past, then you're going to be confused in the present. So this is important, because even when you're dealing with concepts of the Taliban, if you do not understand who the Taliban if you don't understand the Russian occupation, and the

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Mujahideen, the Taliban were only students in Pakistan. If you don't understand that the Taliban later represented a national movement, other groups are in the Taliban. If you don't understand this, then you will not really understand what is happening in Afghanistan as well.

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So, it is crucial to have the background and when the minds can be understand, can understand you know, the background, then

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it is extremely important.

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Now, a question said, I never heard of Kufa.

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And this is important because now we know Basra that is still there. But Kufa literally because of the expansion, it is literally a negative. You have to go on the map and see what is now negative. So So you will see that area there. Kufa is actually dissolved into it. But if you went back to an early map of Iraq, then you will see Kufa there as well. Okay.

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There's a question about the remaining of the botany Asia, in the northern region I showed on a map was it vanished for the for the time being in the northern region? So yeah, so the question is on the screen, right, if you want to look at it, are there any

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northern region, you shoulda met me that that is the map of

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North Africa? Okay. No, as far as North Africa is concerned, because I showed you the map, where the Fatima's were the basis. They are the people in North Africa, what basically the Sunda it is a Maliki area. And Maliki's are very powerful in terms of, you know, dealing with straits,

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because it's the teachings of Imam Malik. And so, the Fatima teachings, the Shia teachings literally do not have a base in North Africa at all.

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You will see it more based in other areas going to Iraq, and Iran and other years, but in North Africa, itself, there is no base.

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Today, of course, the political situation has changed certain individuals. But in terms of this form of botany or teachings, it doesn't exist. But if you understand the basis of the button here,

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then you can start to see movements that even happened today. And we are eventually going to move into movements, which are connected to today's now I'm opening up the door and you will see in the next class is my release. This is an important concept that you need. Today's doodle

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Use

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this is an important concept you need today

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Parramatta is gone

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and you will later see Bahais

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up until today. So this is what we need to understand in order to have a basis coming from the Atlas Wonderwall Jama to be able to look at history.

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History is not black and white.

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And amongst the Sunda we have political divisions. We have problems we have individuals who come up and support dynasties who support their egos. But the underlying movement of the Quran and Sunnah can be revived. That is where touch deed comes in. And the Prophet SAW Salem promised at the head of every 100 years, every generation they will be rejected.

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And that is the reason why we're still here today. Whereas the other movements come and they go. And so we need to get to clear our eyes as much as possible in dealing with the Sunda and to take it step by step as we move forward, to have a basis of it. And to separate the confusion and to look at it from a Tawheed ik perspective.

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Are there any more questions that you can see?

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That is there.

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Alhamdulillah we want to thank you for your support. You should share this with your friends. It'll be on the YouTube, you can go to my YouTube channel, Abdullah quick Facebook channel as well check Abdullah Hakim, quick public figure. You need to we need to share this information to bring out as many people as possible to open this up to our community because we are being manipulated by the press. We are being manipulated by secular academic institutions that are confusing our youth with terminologies. So along with our teachings of Quran and Sunnah, we need to have a toe heated understanding of history and realize that Allah subhanaw taala is ultimately the one who will

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control the flow of history. So I leave you with these thoughts. And I ask Allah to have mercy on me and you, aka dot Juana And Alhamdulillah. Rob Bell Alameen wa salam Wa alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh