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The importance of learning to understand the internet and social situations is emphasized in the learning process. Manners, deeds, and deeds are emphasized, along with the need for deeds to be understood. Leading towards understanding deeds and healthy behavior is emphasized, along with the importance of purifying everything and avoiding violence. The speakers stress the need for individuals to practice healthy behaviors and communicate with loved ones, while avoiding violence and making small impacts on personal health and well-being.

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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah well Allah Allah He was Slappy woman whatever but I

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said I'm only going to Allah because I'm okay everybody Masha coming up and it's good to see

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the faces at this time this is the time of Baraka mashallah that many of the OMA doesn't benefit from these lessons or this time after fajr and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he said, Beauregard Luma TV book Oriana. This is the time of Baraka the time of blessings. And we used to see the major scholars like shaking basil Rahim Allah Tala who would sit for long hours on the morning time after project teaching book after book and they love it and they share that moment with you guys you're following in those footsteps where you are have two lessons Marsha here on the Saturday at this time after fajr, Lovato Masha Allah, may Allah subhanho wa Taala put Barak and blessings in

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it. And what we have with us today is basically another introduction following up what we took yesterday was introduction to the devil of the Quran reflecting upon the Quran. And today we're gonna talk about the RP the and the importance of al Qaeda, and looking at the athlete as a science, and this

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small course that we have with us today.

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How did it come into life?

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Actually, there was a famous quote, but a year and a half, maybe two years ago that you heard from a famous English speaking day, who said it was not important.

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And he said that he does not know Quran he said, you will find it in the Quran. And actually, I believe was a question that was asked here in Kuwait by a sister. And that was his response. And then he wrote something on his Facebook page to clarify, which made it even worse, actually, the post and hamdulillah some different any of the machico refuted in short reputations, one resulted in a in depth reputation. And the reputation I did was showing the importance of it that for more about the show today and under this was done in the Islamic online university. But unfortunately, it wasn't in recorded so I'm the brothers now inshallah the recording, and it's very bad be beneficial

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to remind us of the importance of this rpm. And we talked about the importance of it the time that you guys have studied in depth with whatever to hate other books. But it's important that we constantly remind ourselves of the importance of this subject. Because this subject, why is it so important because it's the only way to truly know Allah subhanho wa taala. And once you truly know Allah subhanho wa Taala that's when you're going to have true and strong human. And we, as we talked about yesterday, even be able to be able to make the double of the Quran, when you truly know Allah subhanho wa taala. That's what's going to open up for you the doors and shuttle Tada. When you go

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through calamities, to difficulties what keeps you strong and having the strong human and strong heartbeat as well. We talked about that in the whole place today as well, any of the Iman of the Sahaba homosalate when her son had died, and what had made her and he be able to handle and be strong in that situation was the issue of the athlete. So the athlete and having strong athlete is very, very important. And it opens up all the doors for all of the healing channel Tada. And I'll tell you a story that it happened to Sheikh Mohammed Abdul Hamid Rahim, Allah Tala, that his students, and it's very important for you guys, because as you study it, these books have to hate

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you. I think because we studied enough. Let's go into some other things. So actually, what had happened is that his students in the house we studied, you know, because it was the customer, they would finish the books and they will go back again. So you might have studied that out though these other books several times. So like, she says, I look at it, we got it. Now we understand the idea. Do you understand that? So he was like, I'm sorry. But we need to go with a bit more. You know, this one some other subjects and study other sciences. So what did the chef do? He taught them a lesson. He said, I'll answer your question. We'll discuss it. But he said, I have to go to another village

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now. Because see, we heard something very bad happened there. He said, apparently, there was a young man who had union relations with his mother. And he had had incidents with his mother. So I have to go check this out and see if it really happened, because we're gonna send them to law. One of the jobs of the scholars back in the day wasn't just teaching was also a model for not handling. And obviously, when

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he was established, that was the main things they used to focus on until even recently. That was one of the main things, you see that the amount of Madhavan Nahan mancha was from the foundation of the society. So the chef or mo Tata, he went to what to this village and he came back so everybody's, you know, waiting in that time, and that region, you wouldn't hear things like this. You wouldn't think something like that would happen? No way. So the chef, he came back, he said, at least what happened? He said, Well, Bushido may give you the glad tidings. He said, it wasn't that. He said, it wasn't that what happened and nothing happened to him his mother, but he had slaughtered he had

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slaughtered the what do you call it a sheep? For the jinn when he moved into the house is accustomed in some areas. They're scared of the gym when they move into the house. So they slaughter a sheep and the name of the jinn to be

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protect themselves from the gym when they move into this house, or they go into this area, and what have you. So, upon hearing this, the students, they said Alhamdulillah, Allah should have okay. And he said him that it may Allah give you the glad tidings, because they, they were so concerned, how could somebody have relations with his mother? It's horrible, right? But the shift after hearing this answer from them, he said, and this is why we continue to study to heat, because you're not there yet, if you will know right away, that what he had that is even worse, when he was lower is the other loss of power without it's actually worse than having relations with his mother.

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Therefore, we have to keep studying I've been studying to heat, so never get tired of studying it or reviewing it, because the more you study, the more you go into it, the stronger it will be. And we need to have that reminder. And that's why the Quran from the beginning to the end, it's all about what it's all about to heat. And he see that it's a reminder, if you look at what are the lessons from Tauheed you take from sort of the Fatiha and one of the lessons into a you take them sort of than this. And all through the Quran as even your theme Rahimullah Dallas, and it's all about to heat it all goes back to to heat. And he said Pamela, even when you look at the IR Tabacum in the

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fifth rulings, how many of them in with the names of Allah subhanho wa taala. So also, this has an implementation of the Shinya also goes back to the issue of having strong IP there as well and general autonomy. And we look at the importance of IP them, you see that clearly, you will see in show notes on and now and what we're going to talk about today, and two main areas, first of all, from the Quran, and from the sunnah of our beloved Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And then we will see the efforts that our scholars made. And we'll look into the history of our field and how they focused on this. Also, this is going to show us the importance of either throw it out either

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what does it mean? Who knows what those word means? We hear it all the time. What is the word out either mean?

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A very good language, they related roped in to tie something after that they gave. So what what is the relation have this because we're talking we're talking about either we're talking about to heed and issues of iman. So how did the scholars come up with this name out there? Where does it come from?

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What is the relation for the footwear? He said the linguistic meaning now of tying something up?

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What does this mean?

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how strong the tie of the man is because you when you believe something, it's like you know, you're tying it into beliefs are you tying it together? So it's the belief of your heart, how this time to the man. So this and that's where the meaning meaning comes from Africa. And you have the meaning when you look in solitude either in verse 89, when Allah subhanho wa Taala talks about the love with the aim of a man when and making the aim of the O's Allah subhanaw taala said we're lacking you ask him to come back to LA man, the loss of Panama data were held you hold you accountable for a hold you accountable for

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the breaking of the intended O's meaning the ones that you really meant, the love we and meaning the ones that you like people say on the tongue. love Allah, Allah Allah, as you see in Arab countries, they say all the time, that you're not going to be held accountable for that law. You're welcome to come along and be in love with a mannequin. Allah is not going to hold you accountable for those well I can you have here the company my aka la man, but it will hold you accountable for the ones you intended me the ones I've taught them they use you truly intended. So here this is the meaning of linguistic meaning of the RPM, obviously I feel we're going to talk about any the meaning of it

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any to have the purity man, when it comes to the belief and the heart, and all of the things that you must believe from the unseen and the issues of iman until he as I mentioned in some detail shortly and Chautala it's important to point out when you talk about the issue of al Qaeda or to heat that the scholars of Islam named it several different names, the books that they wrote, The when they talked about the issue of belief. Some of them called it out either. We have several examples of books written with the name, Alfie, that. Some of them call it to heat. Other names they used as well was a sunnah or solid Dean and filter Akbar, a Sharia Le Man. These are some of the

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main names that you'll see the scholars of Islam, the scholars that had a pseudonym wedgemount, when they talked about to heat and the issue of Eman they named it all of these different names. So you have a book for example, known as a sunnah. Who knows the book or sunnah one of the famous books we have known as a sunnah.

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But it's about Arpita.

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Muhammad, Muhammad is translating to English. Also, we have another famous book from a famous Hungary scholar as well, which is translated and it's widespread and it's even been taught

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a sunnah Limon al Barbra, hurry.

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You have alphacool Akbar was you guys should know who is the author of the Hanafi and he they say Obama Rouhani for something was another one who wrote it, but the point is, is that it came from the Hanafi scholars, and it's been attributed to the Imam Abu Hanifa Rahim Allah

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I'll tell you that he wrote this book. You have, for example, the Sharia, who wrote a book called Sherea Sherea. You think right away what like fifth right? But even the scholar said, because from the core of Eman from the Sharia is what we believe. Therefore you have an Imam and now God wrote his book a Sharia. So all of these books were written about the science of RP the the science of Eman in belief with all of these different names, but the same topics covering the same topics. So what are the topics basically, that the books have asked you to talk about? very in depth. It's going to start off talking obviously about the man with the Lord subhanho wa taala. Allah's rule

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will be who here is names and attributes which you guys have that have studied in detail, knowing the laws Lordship, his right to be worshipped, and how to implement a laws names and attributes. The issue of Eman and what comes from Him and we talked yesterday in the in the questions about what is the definition of Eman? One brother was telling us the definition of Eman. So it goes into detail with the issues of Eman, the pillars of Eman, the pillars

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of Islam, it talks about it talks about lsn. All of these topics go into the issue of Arpita what we believe when it comes to the angels in the books when it comes to the issues of the unseen all of that falls into Aveda. And when it comes to that the Quran is the Qalam of Allah subhanaw taala when certain certain topics when the people have been in innovation, innovative things into the religion, and we'll talk about that in a bit. When the scholars start to write books about it, a lot of them will reputations. And why did they focus on his reputations because they want to make sure that the athlete stays pure. The people, you know, had the news that you're out either because if you lose

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the Arcada you lose the true athlete, the US Islam. That's why it's the most important topic that we focus on. Also from the topics that it goes into the issue of the Naboo. I'm talking about prophet hood, talking about the rights of the prophets, talking about the merges that the miracles of the prophets, also talking about the Kabbalah and the father of Allah subhanho wa Taala talking about issues of the fate of the Hereafter, what happens in the grave the questions of the grief, like which book focus on that sort of thing. So also on on the books of Athena talking about what happens in the grave, the torture of the grave, the punishment of the grave, the name and the blessings that

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you can have in the grave as well. Also, it talks about the issue of to us Solon, to the issue of Rukia. All of these you'll find these in the books about either, you'll find about the ruling by the Sharia ruling by laws. Laws, you'll find that in the books of RP that you'll find the issue of the Imam, and the healer, for all of these are in the books of al Qaeda as well. You'll find the reputation and the people of Buddha, you will find the rights of the companions, the issue of Wella allegiance to Allah and His messenger and to the believers in the Baroque freeing yourself from the Kufa and the disbelief in the disbelievers. All of this you'll find in the books about either the

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love of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam, and his rights upon us even the issues of Americana hidden monka in a column that which is good and forbidden that which is evil, you'll find it in the books of our VEDA

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even some issues, which you might not think have something to do without the them and that is an issue in Hadith which is called cupboard ahead.

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What does it mean to cover a hat? Those of you who study masala Hadith, you know what it means?

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Formally once or one Narrator It was narrated by one narrator.

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So now, is this accepted or not? It's accepted. But some of the people who have been asset will accept it when it comes to accounting issues of fit but won't accept it now either because they want to reject as many a hadith and feed as they can. But the scholars of Allah Sunnah wa Gemma, the likes of Imam and Buhari taught us a lesson. And this is the amazing thing when you read about the scholars, if you go to say Buhari, the first time did they say in some levels of the narration towards the innocent.

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And the last Hadith also was covered I hadn't narrated by white everybody one person, therefore, any because it can be an Cabrera head it can be in one part of the chain or two parts of the chain. It doesn't have to be in the whole part of the chain. So the point is, is that in some parts of the chain, it's covered but yet its acceptance and say boycott it starts off the site Bukhari and ends inside of Bacardi as well and the end of it. So this just shows you any of the importance of the issue of any cover. Allah had the accepted when it comes to the al Qaeda as well in many, many examples. And so hypocretin is a Muslim from that as well. Also, it talks about holding firm to the

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Quran and the Sunnah, and staying away from Buddha. It talks about the characteristics of illicit ninjavan and even other issues like we said, a cluck you think a clap you think he would find it was a manners? You think you would find it in books about beaten belief? But it's there? Why did the scholars put it there? And then

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talks about pizza.

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why would why would they talk about manners and add depth in the mix of our pizza?

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Understanding of the appeal

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that will be reflected. That's good. It's a good point. It's a very good point. And that's, that's, that's correct. Because if you have to imagine, and that's the shape and your actions, and you have to have good manners, because having good manners is part of being a good Muslim being a true Muslim. But there's something else as well, along with That's exactly correct what he said.

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It's the right time. Very good. Another good point is the right of the relation of the of the people upon you. But there's a Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said in Knebworth to Luton macadam, Allah fluc. He said that I was sent he was sent as a messenger to mankind I was sent and he said Indeed I was sent to perfect good manners to perfect the good manners. So they're the scholars of it they said this is part of our job as well. And then with the brothers mentioned, as well, that's the explanation of it, that it's if it's something you believe in your heart has to show in your actions and as part of you might even an issue like for example, as must contain which

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is a fifth issue wiping upon the hoof the scholars mentioned in the books of our key them while they mentioned this fifth issue and the books of upheaval

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as he said

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wiping on the bottom and the top that one Okay, that's a good point actually. But there's another there's another reason as well

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almost there. The if you look for example, the raffia this year, they did not altogether be able to wipe on the hoof. So some of the host told me that the tama the head here, but the leather sack or the sock? No, this is the issue of the leather sock as well that they don't wipe when it's it's not permissible whiteboarding. So because this is something that that people have been denied, the scholars have sooner came and implemented in the books of our Peter because it becomes part of our PhD because it's from the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW Selim. So we implement it, but something very interesting the brother Yeah, he has said as well.

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A very good lesson we take from this and that is the hadith of it. Ravi, Allah when he said no kind of Deen, good, right? And it's very important to understand this masala, this issue. Locanda deen the ROI if the religion was taken by opinion, he said which part of the whole fool we wipe the bottom part. But Which part do we wait from the sooner the top part as soon as the dean has not taken from the way I see it or the way you see it? So that's also something very important. We mentioned and we talked about this in the books about pizza and wiping upon the leather sucks. But you want to look into the importance of our pizza. How do we know how nice is it?

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Do we need as much emphasis as we're talking about? Is it really that important? The key way for us to know the importance of any topic is to look where

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what do we look at when and determine something in Islam? And where determinants are important? Where do we look where to search the Quran and then sunnah. So we look into the Quran and Sunnah.

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Let's take a quick journey in some ayat and some Hadith to see the importance of this topic. First of all,

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why are we here in this dunya what is the purpose of creation?

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Well, welcome to general

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Illyria Buddha, we only create the men and the men and jinn and mankind to worship me Allah says

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so that's why you're here is why you've been created to he even created because of letting the handle so that's the reason you're here that means you have to focus on his important also when you look into the issue of to eat,

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how can we properly worship Allah subhanho wa Taala Allah subhanho wa Taala told us in the Quran for Alamanda hula Allah in the law was totally the first you have to know that in analog you have to take out the effort you have to take out the time instead of sleeping like other people Saturday morning you come and you learn you have to hate mashallah for Allah and no let you know let in and then do what was thoughtfully them and then you seek the forgiveness for your sins. So as a mom and Buhari as it came in above and l double O Lululemon. Now the chapter of knowledge before what before actions, so if you really want to be proper in your actions and have proper Islam, you have to

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appropriately farlam Leila and you have to understand you have to know it.

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Also, from the clear messages that show us the importance of to heed the fact that the main message of not just the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam but

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All of the prophets what was it

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to heed? Allah subhanaw taala made that crystal clear no Quran Welaka Basnet equally omitted Rasul Allah, we sent to every nation of Rasul a messenger, what was their message? And that would Allah, which then he would bow to worship Allah, Allah, Allah and Allah, and to stay away from a thought and above vote. You took it as sort of the what is it?

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Worship with any deity, or false god, anything worship firstly, with a loss of power anything somebody worships as a god or worships with Allah subhanaw taala it falls under the category of a boat. And in sort of the MBR loss of Hannah Montana said women are setting them in public Emile Rasool in Illinois, hilly unknown hula Illa in Abu Dune, and we have not sent before you any messenger, except we reveal to them Leila Heinola, and to worship me. So this is the message sent to all of the prophets to all of their people. That's how all of them started their Dawa. When you look into the Quran as well the stories of the MBA with their people and the message in their calling who

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the example of, of noise and also who didn't silence you Abraham, what did they say to their people? Or medulla mela community Allah and Allah you worship Allah What do you want from any Illa any deity other than Allah subhanho wa taala. And that's clear, when you see the message of all of them via all of them are calling to the same thing that shows you the importance of the topic of to hate and focusing and our Dawa. And what we learn and and act upon it has to be based upon the issue of to heat also.

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When you look into the dangers of ship

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Subhan Allah the ayat in the Quran about joining partners of the law subhanho wa taala. And what is the outcome when someone falls into schicke

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and that's why they from even from the eyes of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam to protect ourselves from the shaytaan in his ship. He said in the morning in the evening to protect ourselves from the ship of shaytani in his tricks, that's the main objective the ship one wants to get us to fall into what is the message that Allah subhanaw taala sends to us in the Quran? About ship

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first of all, it's the one sin the ones that are all the major sense it's the one sin that what would not be forgiven in Hola Hola, yup. Farah, and you should have a V way of man doing it. Erica, let me share that indeed a law does not forgive to join partners with him, but he forgives Other than that, to whom He pleases subhanaw taala any other sin Allah will forgive him except for that of the ship. Also what happens to the person who makes ship and the hereafter? Allah subhana wa Tada told us and sort of told me that in whom I usually build the one indeed the One who makes ship with Allah, what happens to it, but the Haram Allahu Allah He agenda? Well, Matt Well, now we're Marley

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volley. minimun ansata Subhanallah that Jen has been forbidden to him made haram upon him. And also the he will not enter into the agenda out of my agenda. Oh, no, that agenda will be made haram for him. He will not enter the agenda. And that is a bold will be the hellfire. He went to the Hellfire will Malik volley minimun and saw that he will have no one to support him, no one to help him. No one's intercedes. The people fall into major sins. Can people intercede for them? You'll know PM.

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They can have people intercede for them.

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They have intercession of the provinces and the variables later for them. And but when it comes to the mushrik they want to make sure but most of it, you'll never have that opportunity. Well, my live volley minimum answer there were no supporters to them. No one who can help them. No one who can intercede for them. You will not be ama also what happens to the good deeds they did in this dunya because some of them maybe they fasted Mondays and Tuesdays, they gave sadef They went for Hajj. They did all of these good deeds. They never missed any Salaam in the masjid. But he prays in a masjid has a cover in the thing. And he prays to the shekels it was it was in the who's in the

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grave, in the masjid. Maybe he goes and I can see it somebody where they make tawaf around the graves. But he has all of these good deeds maybe maybe it'll live without for him it'll be okay. You'll know gamma, Allah made it very, very clear. When he said what are called oh here elago Isla de them in public law in a shocked that has been revealed in look at this in the beginning of the I look at the introduction here that indeed will occurred. What does this mean talking about the importance of the Arabic languages today?

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Laqad. Here we have any emphasis there was this into emphasis, isn't it? I just want the lab and both are putting emphasis on this. And we have revealed the way we have revealed to those to you and to those who are before you the

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Same message once again, let initial opt that if someone wants to join partners with the law make sure that Yeah, but on

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ama look like I have a banana, that means it's gonna work.

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Vanished it's gone. Alice. Also here we have noona Tokido as well, they done they haven't done that no Toki there's also the emphasis on as well, that your deed will be what? It will vanish it's gone all your good deeds are gone.

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What at the corner net? And you will be from also what noona Tolkiens emphasis again? Well, that's a Coenen middle class Syrian and you will be from the losers. This is the outcome of shift. So when you see the outcome I'm sure that you know right away that the to heat and having a strong to heat because how can you stay away from it Subhanallah something interesting that brother John, he wrote the other day on his Facebook page about many of the Muslims now he talks about the importance he puts if you saw the picture, but the books are one of the books of Kitab the toe heat and the importance of reading this case in many Muslims now they're falling into shirk and magic and things

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like this. Even with the cartoons that our kids watch. We put them in front of the TV aka tennis, it's only cartoons. And he's learning shirk and major Cooper from them, full of shifts, full of magic full of disbelief and Allah subhanaw taala, to be very careful what your kids watch. And you see the dangers of what's going to happen to our deeds if we fall into it. But the only way we're going to protect ourselves is by knowing the importance of the to heat and studying and making sure we're very strong in our beliefs. So we don't fall into these acts of Kufa and disbelief May Allah subhanho wa Taala protect us oil Bill Alamy. When you look into the Quran itself, from the

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beginning, we talked about that last night as well. And so the Fatiha all of its Tauheed Subhan Allah, the first three I act,

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what type of Tauheed are we talking about here?

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You have Rubia and

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smrc but more sblc but in the first three, and then in the fourth verse oluwo Here, this is pure, Allah is ready to be worshipped. Yeah, cannot go the way I can to stay. And then the DUA

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Deena, and then there's also what

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it's facing its dua, which is the implementation of the to heat. It's the true meaning of Allah and Allah. As the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said in the Hadith that do I want everybody to do? It is a bad this is the core of everybody, the worship of them the implementation of that.

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And that's one the fact that we read the 17 times a day. Also, there's other issues of RP, the inside of an Fatiha many issues, issue with Tibet, following the Sunnah, following the wave of the prophets and sell them in the way of the Sahaba, the way of those who have been rightfully guided, staying away from the people of disbelief, and those who have went astray as all issues of Manhattan, in Tibet inside of the saltiel Fatiha as well.

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If you look, for example, in the Quran, and this is something

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which shows us the importance of to heat, what's the first among the first command that comes through in the Quran? If you take the Quran now and you open it up,

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and you start to what read through the Quran, there's a lot of commands, I will admit that come from Allah subhanaw taala. And a lot of nowhere he thinks that Allah tells us to stay away from what is the first ummer

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Lello the new knowledge I'm talking about not the first one revealed.

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I'm talking about when you that was the first one review that was the first one revealed from why obviously, but I'm talking about when you open up the correct reading from beginning to end. You start with sort of Fatiha and then you go to sort of dakara and 20 result in us. So as you're opening the mouth and you read into the Quran, what is the first command that comes to you in the Quran?

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Very good. So until Bukhara when you go here, the first page, second page on the third page, when Allah subhanaw taala says yeah, Are you a nurse or a Buddha? Allah?

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Allah mankind worship Allah

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is the first command that comes to the issue of it, those who have to heat it up.

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And the first thing that you're forbidden from what is it? And I always comes after that, fella dejavu

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the law he and dad went to Talmud and did not make equals to Allah. Well, you know, so that's something amazing Subhanallah the first command as you open up the Quran, you're reading into the most if the first command that you're ordered to do is to have pure die worship Allah, and the first thing you're told to stay away from and you're forbidden from is that of the *can staying away from the ship, Laila Halal Allah

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and you look into the Sunnah. You see the same message.

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When he said more,

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or before that when he was with him. He took advantage Ali salatu salam of the time he was with the Sahaba to teach them what is

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If you were to heat

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when he was with more, or be a loved one and they were riding on the donkey together, it shows that to other how simple the process LM was. He was the ruler he was the Imam he was the prophet where he would ride on a donkey and with his companion on the donkey as well Subhanallah he said to him, yeah, um Well, I tend to do my helpful law here Ireland a bad one will help about that a lot. You guys know the Hadith from deputy? What is the right of Allah subhanho wa Taala upon his servants, and what is the servants right upon Allah? And we talk about the servants right upon Allah subhanaw taala actually, we have no right upon him at this hump here this right ALLAH SubhanA Wattana gave it

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to us, because of the importance of what the issue of to heat and the greatness of to heat when he saw it, what is the right of Allah

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taboo, when it will be easier that you worship Allah don't join partners with him. And what is the right we have upon Allah if we do that, Allah you add the law, when I torture those who do it and that is the blessing of Turkey law gave us his blessing Rama from Allah subhanaw taala that shows us the importance of to eat, because how can we have that assurance and Chautala Subhan Allah is the importance of Tawheed if you come and you have some other sins, other shortcomings, but have that I came yomo famine, I stand in front of Allah subhanaw taala and I'm free from ship.

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And I made sure that I store my best to make sure that my family was free from shirk, I called the other people, and I warned them about shipping and I called the people to pure to heat that I did my job. And this yellow tie, we ask a lot to give us all that great blessing where we will not be punished, and not be held accountable for that. And we will enter the agenda and shovel data through our belief in order to eat to after the Wrath of Allah subhanaw taala to the Rama of Allah subhanaw taala. Also, when you look into the Tao of the prophets, that Allahu Allah He was salam. What was the first thing he called his people to?

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Say Allah, Allah, Allah, He focused and started his Dawa with to heat. And here, I want to clarify something, it's very important. And that is many Muslims, and many Muslim movements.

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People who are, you know, from different groups and different, who actually make Tao and call to Islam, and even some will talk about establishing Islamic, you know, governments and states and all of this and, you know, you hear these these towers, but yet, when you come to the issue of to heat

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it used to heat up, you know, so this, this separates the people, so, we're not going to focus on this, you say okay, now all Muslims all have a say, let it I don't know.

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And we have to look at the big picture now. We look into Tao of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam.

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When he started his Tao he started with to hate that's clear.

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But after he established the first Islamic

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country in the history of the Muslim ummah, in Medina, did he stop there? Say hello everybody say Allah, Allah. Let's focus on the bigger picture. Now. Let's focus on politics and focus on these things. He focused on politics and a Salah to Islam, no doubt. Politics is part of Islam. You have the sense yes, and Sharia have it in, in. In fifth. It's one of the topics of fifth that you go in detail and how to deal with other countries you have all the details we have in Islam, Islam is complete, and all aspects of life. But that he says, tell us he stopped there. He said, we reached the goal, which is to establish this Islamic country, the skin alpha, and then really start focusing

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on to heat when you look into his Dawa. When he sent the Sahaba

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to give Dawa, he said, What? to Yemen? What did he tell him? Why? And this was towards the end of his life. And he said,

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he said, What do you mean? He said, You will come to the people of Al Kitab. The people have the book for you called Oh Walmart had their own me Lady lady that had a lot to the first thing you call them to his leyline Allah the first thing and then obviously the salon has gotten what have you. But starting with what led him he didn't change the Dow that didn't change. In fact, when he was on his deathbed, they said out there was Scilab

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the Hadith and salable hurry, he said, Lana, Lord, Your hoodoo and Asana, it took a war MBA, massage it that a lot of curse before them, the Christians and the Jews, because they took the greatest of their profits as places of worship. They worship them after the death. So as the narrator said, in the Hadith, he's warning the people about what they did, so they don't fall into the same thing. So here he's on his deathbed, I lay Salatu was Salam warning the people about the dangers of Chinook and remind them about the importance of to heat. So he started his Dawa to heat and ended his death over to he dallisa to us, and that shows us clearly the importance of Tauheed and how we need to

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focus on to heat with Tauheed will solve all of the problems of the OMA and this is what we need to focus on.

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And in many times,

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people don't focus on any, what is the cure, and the true things of solving the problems. And something we always talk about. And that was very interesting. We went with Shanghai the other night, which I meant.

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Also to Jehovah is a different setting and geocoding and the desert and Subhanallah he mentioned as he's from the student of Chef Albania Rahim, Allah Donna, what is the core of the Tao of Shia Caliban and he was always called go to, I call it TNT. It's gonna be a big confrontation I think when you hear the word like that TNT what is TNT our TNT is different than our were peaceful, peaceful Muslims that what is TNT that you heard about? He talked about? Tell Sofia, what to do. So this is how we're going to revive the test sphere and the telopea. What is the sphere mean?

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To what

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to know, that just see as the purify from suffer, that you're what you're purifying aroma. People fell into Bidda they fell into sheer people have fallen into into you know the shower and the lust and the desires of the dunya people have gone astray. So we need to purify these things take these things away from the OMA because the only way that we're going to be able to properly revive the OMA is once we purify and then the tibia, which is the implementation and what is the proper tibia. According to the way of the Senate, the way of the Sahaba knows who followed in their footsteps. This V and tibia This is the only way and once we purify and then we start to implement, we start to

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practice, practice proper practice according to the Quran and the Sunnah and the way of the sahaba. Then you're going to see the hair in the buttock or that will come to the Ummah that's when the true change will come. Because as Imam Malik Rahim Allah Tala used to always say, he said lay a slur.

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Parker had the dilemma Salahi Oh Aloha, that the end of this OMA will not be fixed the affairs of this ummah into this woman will not be fixed, except for what the same thing that fixed the beginning of this OMA, the start of this. What was the start of the woman was it based on pure pure Quran and Pilsen and those who followed in the ways of the Sahaba that's why they were successful. That's why they that's why the Sahaba was successful, because they implemented purely the Quran and Sunnah. Even look at what he said what their loved one said if they can or cannot do right, he said we will. If the deal was taken from opinions, we wipe on the bottom of the hoof.

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So they didn't look at the things into well, actually, maybe he didn't like this but you know, it makes more sense to wipe on the bottom because walking on the bottom so let's let's change it up a bit. Now. I will do Billa Saba implemented Quran and Sunnah and the deputy who came after them they took an implement it their way as well and follow their footsteps and that's what they were successful. And once we focus on implementing and having pure to heat and following the Quran and Sunnah and the way the Senate that's inshallah Tada when we're going to truly be successful. These are just some examples from the Quran and Sunnah show us the importance of to heat. What is the time

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we have you guys go straight, you know, you take a break in the middle.

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I didn't know because the brothers we if you guys take a break between the two courses, so we're just doing one subject today, as you guys know, obviously, I know you wish to do two subjects, but I'm sure this is a simple more in detail. So we're gonna stay on the same subject consultado

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when you look into the history of al Qaeda, and how the books of Aki the were written down by the scholars, very similar to the other books of Islam,

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and the beginning, how did they narrate the knowledge?

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The books of sunnah are the Hadith, how's it narrated in the beginning?

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From one turn from the narration, it had death and I was recorded from the Sahaba who said the process of me said this, and obviously then the other one would come from the bad Debian who would never be from his shift, and like this until they came to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. So also very similar way came to the science of RP the this how they used to narrate the things that they would have as well. Sometimes if this Hobbit didn't understand something new as the Prophet sallallahu sallam. So you have in there hadith of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and obviously the understanding of the Quran was the pure understanding the way the Prophet SAW Selim

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understood it and those who took from the Sahaba they understood it in the same way as well.

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And then after that, they started to write books about Aki them and you can say that the beginning of this started from the time that Imam even she had his story started ticking they start to gather at him Omar Abdulaziz Rahim Allah they start to gather from the books of

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the books of the Sooners to to gather the Sunnah and many of the Hadith, obviously, of the Sunnah, or Hadith about Arpita as well, but some scholars say that the first actual book that was written about this was the book was mentioned about Akbar by Imam Abu Hanifa.

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Some cities are the first actual official book that was written. But if you look before that even many of the books were written and soon as well, around that time it was so they start to write in the Sunnah. Many of them as we mentioned. Now, some examples are full of Hadith about Archaea as well. So you are my boo Hanifa, he wrote a book about a film called Akbar, which focused on the

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five different chapters. And like I said, some some scholars said there was it was actually,

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he was the one who wrote it. And others say that it was written by Abba Mati And Belfie. But the point is, is that it's an early book from the feet of Alison, with Gemma who was written during that time, obviously, a focus on the issue of the club, and focus on the mushiya, the will of Allah subhanaw taala, and focused on those who make tech fear of the person who falls into a major sin. And which group was that who made

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the clear the coverage. And as you'll see, when you go to the history of the books, it is very important understand this. Many of the books were written, as we said, to defend, to defend the pure art either from people going astray and copy them. So you had the early bit as when they came. That's when the people started to what, to refute these bidders. So some of the early bidders in Islam, what were they?

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You had, for example,

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the Jamia who talked about al Qaeda, and there is when it came to Qatar, and you'll find that even the beginning of Sahih Muslim, that is Abdullah bin Omar when the reputation of them was made clear, also the issue of tissue in the car that came earlier in the fitting that they had with the sahaba. And when that video started to spread, and that the fitna of the cottage and the merge year. And then what it says here as well all of these were from the early parts of the Ummah, when these bits start to spread, that's when you'll see that the books of Akita start to be written as refutations against them, and to defend the pure optina so that people will not go astray from the early books

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written anarchy there as well. You have imam

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who has a book about brother and he died in 197. You have the book of Eman by epure Obaid al Qasim Eman Salam who died in 224, the Sunnah, we're going to be Shaybah, who died in 235. And you'd have the Sunnah of Imam Ahmed, who died in 240. All of these early books are written out either. So the Waitomo as a as a science, when you see that the scholars from the beginning. So a lot of times you hear this, you have the Wahhabi and the Wahhabis and even Taymiyah the books we're talking about, we have a list, I'm not gonna be able to go through all of them. But we have a huge list of books that are written from the early generations of the Muslims who are there. And even like, sometimes you'll

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find that

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they'll say, Okay, you have this, but you guys made this up. Where's this in the books of 30 scholars, so they came, for example. And they said that Taksim have to heat divining to heat into how many categories three categories are some of them divided into two categories in the mean, but the rule will be and as Smls effect as one category, so it either two or three. And they said this is something that the later selfies came up with that you won't find this in the books of the self are shifted up there exactly, but have it Allah, he has a research showing an in depth that even in the early books of the scholars, you'll find that this top scene where they're divided in the

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category and how they divided into the these categories. So Hamdulillah, the al Qaeda from the beginning, it's pure, it's one the scholars defended it, the scholars wrote about it in detail. In fact, if you look inside Buhari as an example, and Hamdulillah this is the beauty that we have Imam Al Bukhari, who was from the major scholars have had a cinoa Gemma, look at say Buhari, the first two books and say Buhari what are they?

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The first one is,

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by the way, the start of the revelation, in a way is part of which is the science of heathen belief isn't right. And then you have keytab and Eman which comes, and then the devil and the devil Iman. Also the core values is what we believe is the real system. And you go throughout the book, look from for example, from Chapter 59, all the way to chapter 63. When he starts about Kitab, buttermilk, the beginning of creation, and then goes into a hadith and mbN, some of the prophets and prophet hood and then he definitely went up and we talked about the virtues of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and the Sahaba or their loved one. Then he tapped for Allah Sahaba. We mentioned

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the beginning of that is from the topics of RP that when they talk in detail about the rights of the Sahaba or the Allahu Anhu and then kita Menaka Villa and saw the merits of the helpers and so on. In Medina, Radi Allahu Anhu. And then when you go to the end of Kedah of sale Buhari, and chapter 92, he talks about keytab and fitting which is the afflictions and the end of the world, which is part of what science p then and the last, then he has as well

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Chapter 95 keytab aka bottle hat, which is accepting information given by a truthful person once again, to refute the people who did that who wouldn't accept these narrations when it came to our pizza. And this is the beauty of studying these books that the scholars sometimes even if they don't say in going to the putting out because I want the student to be able to see this is the way colors clear. Look at all these chapters and say Buhari 96 Chapter 96 keytab and at some Makita was sunnah, holding fast to the Quran and the Sunnah. And the last chapter and the insane Bukhari what is it?

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What's the last chapter everyone said Buhari keytab at to heat.

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GitHub. So you see inside Bukhari is full of chapters, about opinion about the heat. So as the people say today that he was he was a major or habia 1000 years before check Muhammad Abdul Rahim Allah. And once this is no difference, they come even to me it was diverse. No, he wasn't. He said the same thing people were saying before Muhammad Abdullah was the first it was the same thing that all of the scholars were saying before the ticket from the same exact resources. It's all right there, go to Sahih Muslim, go to Sunni imagine you're gonna see the same type of things in those books in detail with a hadith talking about Arpita.

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When you look into we have several examples you can mention about books written about Arpita. From the early times, and all of the different names you mentioned. We have books of Tawheed.

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Like the like the book of Taheebo Zima. To read by EB Mundo, the great scholars of Islam, Iman Hosea who died in three 311, even Munda who died in 359. And the several examples we have written here because obviously the time restraints and the books of sunnah we said many of them talked about the Sunnah and they talked about the issue of rpm. We mentioned the examples from that in the beginning. You have to assume that Dean the ones who wrote about books, with Mo Salah Dean like Al Ivana and Asuna Dianna by email even bapa or Mo, O'Donoghue, Dan and 378 several examples of that even a mom Ashati he has the book l Ivana and a solid piano as well. And he said that this was when he returned

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to went back to the lab about understanding what Jamar that he wrote this book. So the several examples of different things in different titles and scholars. And all these examples show us the importance of APA and how the early scholars of Islam focused on Arpita. So when you have someone coming down, say okay, it's not important, it's focused on the Quran, focus on the Tafseer of the Quran. How can you understand the Quran when the main topic of the Quran is outdated? So how can you even give Tafseer of the Quran if you don't know the importance of al Qaeda? And how can you say that to somebody who's devoted your life to the Tafseer of the Quran, and the main topic of the

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Quran is our data and you say subhanallah all throughout the Quran, Allah subhanho wa Taala showing us I have to I have the importance of the app either in the belief in Allah subhana wa Tala lay back on just as we start to wrap up in general Donna,

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when you talk about the sources of al Qaeda, it's very important.

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Where do we go to take our up either? What are the main sources?

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The Quran and the Sunnah. These are the no doubt the primary sources that we take our al Qaeda from, what about each man like when it comes to if if we take each man as well,

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we can benefit from his you might not be there as well. If you look, for example, at the Sahaba, and it's very important principle to understand that the Sahaba never different in Al Qaeda.

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The Sahaba never different enough either.

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Meaning, what does this mean to pay attention to understand it's very important to understand because you'll come from, there's differences. Some of them said this, someone said that some of them said that the Prophet said Allah is Allah

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saw ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada and this is marriage. Some will say for example.

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Some other issues that you say that, for example,

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they might have different on this or that? What's important and we use this as an example. When it comes to this issue.

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Does any Sahabi deny the fact that they will say Allah subhanaw taala yomo para

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none of them deny this, in fact that they said the Hadith and Waterwatch Hera and many others have narrated this hadith. So they believe the same thing, but they differ on this occasion. All right, did you see Amana? So but obviously they of course means he didn't see Allah subhanaw taala but so they didn't differ on the on the belief itself, the core itself, so they believe that they have the same belief but just this the issue here. On that occasion, did he see Allah subhanaw taala or not?

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It this is the issue here. But then all of them believe that they will see we will see Allah subhana wa Tada Yom Okayama. So the Sahaba never differed in Al Qaeda, even when you look back and there's something very important to know that the 40 mumps, we have so much respect for the Ummah so much respect for them.

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Do they differ? nakida? Older Aki, there's the same. There's one issue when it comes to the issue of Eman with Abu Hanifa him a lot and I won't go into detail that but it's not the once again the origin of the Eman he agrees with all the other three months just wondering some side issues

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that he might have disagreed with him on that. And then even some scholars explain that in some detail. But if you go back to the names and attributes and Eman with the Father, and all of these issues, all of them are the same. All of them are the same. And this is actually a very good way to give doubt. If you guys are in a country, for example we are we are Hanafy or in a country for one part of I know some of you have the Chevy meth have in some parts of India. If you go in, it's a good way to enter into giving out through the creed of Imam Abu Hanifa or through the creed of Imam Shafi. Or if you want to Maliki country, where you go and you and Imam Malik, and he was he was very

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*ty when it came to the issue of appeals. You see some of their issues that he said, I remember I gave a talk. And so then one time no Malik is in the area is going to, and I was I was gathering the statements of Imam Malik on these issues. He would he or him Allah Tada. And he was he was very, he's very straight to the point, you know, and he was very harsh with the people who bid on innovation. And we know the Hadith, or the famous statement when the person came and asked about the sdwa.

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And how did he deal with this individual?

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First of all, he put him in his place. Because don't forget, don't you know, somebody comes in and says Effie, you can you can make sure you can do this. Somebody comes to see us Oh, get him out. He got thrown out. And we're happy because we'd have to listen to him. But maybe one brother who's sitting here said yeah, why did he refute what he said? So maybe. Interesting point. So he starts to think so he might Matic. First of all, he made it clear to the people. He said when he said Kay Felicity well, how do you make us what does it mean to explain it to us, Kaif go into the detail how it was. So he said to him very clearly said sdwa Milo, something known the art of nowhere, it means

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it's still it's still an option seven ayat, they'll say they can they don't know what it means. So vanilla. So he's gonna say it's my norm. It's something that's known. Well, cave module, how was Allah? Allah didn't tell us how it does. It didn't describe to us is attributes. It's want us to believe in His attributes. But without going into the cave and how it was the details. unless ALLAH gave us some details, then we say Allah, why don't we see in a way that's befitting with His Majesty. So he told him what cave module was soil and without asking about this type of thing, and getting into it, it's a form of bid and innovation. And then he came to the next level, wala Raka,

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in LEM of the DIA and only see as a multimedia innovator in this region. And then he ordered him to get kicked out of the masjid, out of which budget, budget, there was also a law he was selling, kick him out this innovative, don't let him into the machine. This was the way that this is how they were. But he made it very clear that it's not alone. It's very clear. So people sitting won't have any doubt as well say, it doesn't make sense that Allah just like we talked about yesterday, making the Buddha Allah ordered us to make the devil right. And Allah ordered us to act upon the Quran and implemented. So something that the general people couldn't understand. It would be contradictory

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wouldn't it wouldn't make sense. That's what the majority of the Quran is clear and any in any language, actually, you can actually understand the basic principles and understandings of the act. So here also he told the Minister,

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that it is by no means something known that it's not something you really look into the Arab know what it means. In Arabic language is Allah whatever, to rise above, above something, it was the details on our island, what it means what it was, Allah didn't describe to us, and going into this, the former Buddha, and this is how the people have been, this is how they fell into the bidder. This is something so I will end with this because of the time restraints, but it's very important to understand this we have two more things I mentioned. When it comes to any believing in a laws names and attributes and having the correct IP the

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the general

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guide or principle we take it from the eye.

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When the last panel was obviously Lisa committed to he she but there's nothing like Allah subhanaw taala there's nothing like Allah.

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And I helped me that they looked at this eye as well. And that's why they wanted to change some of the attributes, but they forgot something. What is the ending of Daya

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well, who was Submittable Caesar and Allah is the O hearing to all see, so Allah negated that there's anything like like him, but then he affirmed that he is the all seeing and all hearing so you negate it in the beginning, but then he confirmed it in into the verse. So this is the way of Alison ngema that we don't say anything we don't describe Allah like his creation. We don't give the example of ALLAH SubhanA wa Tada to his

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Grecian because white lace again with Alicia law said it clear to us in the Quran. But when Allah confirms something or affirms in the Quran that he is this immutable see you that he made this dua upon his harsh that any that he that he speaks upon without anything that's in the Quran or in the authentic sunnah of Rasulullah sallallahu. Then we affirm it, we affirm how, in a way this will fit in with the laws, majesty, without the Hadith, that are changing the meanings and without

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making the mean something else or distorting the meanings or to say how they are or to give examples. Like Allah's creation. All of this we stay away we affirm as a law firm or as the province of celebrate firm and authentic sunnah with in a way that is befitting with the laws majesty, too quick, or the last thing we'll mention quickly, Inshallah, when it comes to some other sources, and these sources are the scholars say, these are sources that are not the primary sources because you have Franssen, and an edge mount, obviously, but you don't have anything else when it comes to the al Qaeda of Allah subhanaw taala. But he said, there are two things that we can benefit from, and

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that is, the fifth chakra will Appala city, the fitrah, which is the natural inclination that all of us have, because Allah subhanho wa Taala we know to evidence from the Quran. And as you when you give doubt, and our Muslim brother John will tell you one of the key things you focus on is the fitrah. So it says it's something natural, and that's why the athlete and the Sunnah, Gemma, it makes sense. So some of the early scholars, they would say, I like Combi

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phases. Raja as Adil Agia, is to follow the, the dean of the of the old people. Why because before the bidder entered into them, they didn't know anything like that it didn't it doesn't make sense. They look at some of the things that people would have been to say sometimes it makes no sense. You come, for example, to the Asscher Ira who deny a lot of attributes except for how many? Seven? Who are you to come in, into, into into dictate that, that all of these SIFAT all of these attributes that were mentioned by Allah himself in the Quran?

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There were mentioned about the promises and the Sunnah. Actually, they don't mean that. And they we deny these and we just say that we have these seven, it just doesn't make sense. Why seven? You know, why not? 11? Why not five, you know, these are the ones that are befitting. So your mind

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is the one that says leave the fitting in the Sahaba didn't understand this. Why didn't this harbor come and say this then? Why didn't the early Imam say this? Already scholars of Islam Why did you come with it later and you understood something that they didn't understand? So that the AKI the of a sunnah and Gemma, it makes sense to the fitrah natural inclination, it makes sense. When I say to you now, I mean, even you could go to a non Muslim right now, or any Muslim who is, what do we believe? We believe in what Allah described himself within the Quran, and what the Prophet Muhammad says, describe himself with without changing it, or distorting it, or saying how it is because he

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didn't give us the details or saying it's like his creation.

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In a way that's befitting with His Majesty. That's beautiful. It's very clear, very, very simple out Eden.

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And something interesting that Scheffel Islam, even Taymiyah Rahim Allah Tala said,

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when it comes to the sound mind and after the city with the sound mind because the sound mind it makes sense in Tokyo. That makes sense. Even like when you get down to a non Muslim is it makes sense and I understand that. It makes sense. He said him a long time. They say well, Isa, Phil keytab. He was suna wedge myeloma, che on your heart of an alkalis city, that there's nothing in the Quran or the Sunnah or the Agema. The consensus which goes against the sound mind, it has to be in accordance with it, because what it makes sense, obviously pay attention these sources we're talking about the fitrah and the sound mind. They're not sources by themselves, but they assist the original

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source of the Quran and Sunnah because why they make sense and something the fifth row would have will agree with, so you can benefit from these things. And several examples in the Quran. Allah subhanaw taala caused us to reflect and use the mind. If you look for example, when it comes to

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issue of

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there be more than one God, what are the most apparent Matata say about that? Locanda fee Hema? Early Hatoum Illa Allah Allah

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Subhanallah if there had been within the heavens and the earth Gods beside the law, what would they have done? They would have ruined it, they would have corrupted it,

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they would have ruined it, they would have corrupted just like now we give the example of the CEO. If there was two or three CEOs what happens? It's gonna it's gonna be chaos in the company isn't you have to have one CEO. So Allah subhanaw taala he's the only true to Allah, The True, true, true, true deity worthy of worship this year, and this is always gonna have to reflect that it makes sense. There was more than one

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There would have been a lot of problems in the universe, wouldn't it? When it comes to for example, I'm holding a four minute ad che and I'm human father who were they created by nothing well they created themselves.

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I'm hunted who somehow it without the law up know or do they create the heavens in the earth but they haven't been in fact they have no certainty here once again a law is getting us to what to reflect with our minds and the sound mind is going to bring us back to what from these verses bring us back to a laws right to be worshipped as one without joining any parties with him. So this shows you the importance of using the sound mind any that it supports the believer hallucinogen when it comes to the issue of al Qaeda, and we're in insha Allah with a statement by Imam he mentioned have Zuri

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when he said the Rahim Allah Tala

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min Allah Azzawajal ll the law is the one who's sent the knowledge to us. While Rasul Allah, and the resort, his job is to what to relay it to us, why Elena to Salim, and we submit we surrender to the knowledge and the message that came to us. And this is how we believe as Muslims that have the like we said, that the fitrah and the sound mind, it's in accordance with this belief that we believe in. And that's when it that's what increases us in our human and increases us in a being and him that we saw today. And this,

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about the importance of our pizza, you know the importance of our pizza, and it's something that we have to constantly focus on, especially f1. Because we think sometimes that the days we live in are different. Actually, the days we live in have become worse. Actually, the days we live have become worse in many aspects.

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Like we talked, for example, the issue of the cartoons of the kids, but Well, it's cool for an Lulu mad darkness, it's you have to be very, very careful what your kids watch. And Coover is being spread like, like, especially now because we're living in a in a time of, of technology where it's all there on the phones, it's coming into your houses, there's so much things which go against the athlete of the Muslim. And the even now, so parliamentary when I spoke about issues of birthdays, we talked about people don't realize that these issues go back down either. But because the weakness in it the issue of Halloween, when I gave the whole bone Halloween, and Ireland I talked about where

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the sources come from Muslims are

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innocent, they I don't know. But we definitely have that strong app either. So you can you can refute these type of things. Even now people are going towards atheism and things like this. Because it goes Google's back to the weakness in our theta. And if the Muslim if we're not strong enough here that we can't call them and remind them as well. So you have to be very, very strong and focus on spending a lot of time and studying the books of it then and once you finish them what do you do? You retire, you study them again each time you go through them. That's the importance of always revising and I'll tell you something, and when they show up this is a fight them.

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One of the blessings that I had in my life and

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I was able to visit shipping bass at his home several times for him alone Tada. In fact, Chuck Bass is the one who wrote for me not once but twice, mashallah to the Islamic University of Medina for me to get accepted him that he wrote a follow up letter to Sheikh Salah Buddha was the moody of the Jami at that time University to make sure that I got accepted. And I was blessed that I visited check several times in house even one time he invited me to sleep over at his house in Mecca. But he said you want to stay the chef and vice versa. And of course I'll say that there's some product meals with the chef and things like that. It was beautiful. One of the things I noticed about the

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chef when I would visit him is he would always make more Raja he would always revise chicken burgers. Ah lemon OMA the scholar of the OMA but he would revise what? He would revise his knowledge. He wouldn't say colors I reached now know what like when I saw several times Ramadan before Ramadan, he's reviewing the fasting. I saw it more than once. How much time he's reviewing the account of Hajj and one of the brothers Sudanese brother, he actually was one of my neighbors in Sudan. I know him well. He was the one who's the Rita this year, chefs Allah used to read to Chavez, he was his private reader. So I would see him sitting there with the explanation of Zed then we're

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stuck in there, which is the famous you know, book that we all know that gentleman with a mean explained as well. And he would have always read the Hashi have shifted middle class him

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of the expensive Zed and will start playing the humbly mother and he would listen. You listen to him, he would be revising. And sometimes, you know, he had a meeting and the people he would come to as mentioned this, but he would go inside. And he before he came out he had like he read like two or three pages to him. And then later he read to him again. So he's constantly revising, it was I reached a certain level. So it's important with all of our knowledge. As we saw last night, some of the questions that were asked, maybe some of the brothers forgot which is normal. And don't think now don't feel bad, or don't feel shy that you if you messed up last night, all of us forget. And

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even even myself now I forget what

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One of the good ways you can benefit is these type of things that you should know always write things down writing down helps out a lot and we sometimes we forget with it with the phones we forget about the power of the pen and paper write things down. For example, what are the conditions of law? We all know right away how many are there seven we you studied last night the brothers got up to six. So you forgot what you think is normally happens we should make mistakes like this we need to know these things. But we do if we write it down. You can even have a small like the brother has his little notebook. We have these type of definitions it makes it easy for you when it comes

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now we're asked what is the Marathi the levels of the cutter are the four things that we need to know when it comes to further

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this group had to the other group had to and was like what is the what is the fourth one was you write these things down just without without the detail you have a one on one notebook or copy book for the details evidence and this and and explaining it. But you have one which is just like definitions. So you go through that time and time again and revise all the time and stuff like that and it will you know, become firm in the mind and Chautala is important we constantly revise and costly reading shallow Tada and that's how we will benefit along as best Allahu Adam solo Salomon Brothers got a new document here.