Defending Sahabah #04

Adnan Rashid


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Rahim Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah Arabic alameen wa salatu salam O Allah, Allah May Allah say you didn't work Salli wa ala alihi wa sahbihi overwhelming amin, woman,

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Medina Baba, are all the delights of Irina shaytani r rajim Bismillah lighting recommander here for ma are some naka ihlara amatola mean

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color court of law he sallallahu alayhi salam aleikum, WA Salatu was Salam ala palava Rashi Deen on Medina body, respected brothers and sisters in Islam. Today we are back again to continue with a series we had started, which was to introduce a very important book in the history of Islam. Titled doc is now Sharia.

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Why is it important? I have already talked about it in the previous episodes.

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It is important for a number of reasons and it is simply not possible for me to go through this book.

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Through these lectures, if I start to deliver lectures on this book and cover the entire book through lectures, it might take me a year to do so. Right. It is an encyclopedia of information. It was authored by Shah Abdul Aziz Delilah, who was the son of famous shot William la Adela, we are de la la the author of books like a Jota, Lyle balega is Allah tala Ivana a lava lava lava and bada bada and almost suffer and massamba both commentaries on the motto of Mr. Malik, and the author of photography and photo career, both again books on sort of Tafseer shallowly last biography, and his legacy is

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very, very vast, especially for the Muslims of the subcontinent, the Indian subcontinent Chava Lula stands as a giant as a pillar in the history of Indian Islam.

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So he was a very important figure born in the 18th century,

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in the early 18th century, and died in the mid 18th century.

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In 1762, his son Chavez is a born in 1745 and died in 1824, if I'm not mistaken 1824 so this book was authored by Shankar Aziz

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in Delhi. The reason why he wrote this book was because in the 18th century, there was a lot of turmoil in India political turmoil, the British were on the rise, the East India Company was taking a lot of land from the Mughals and from other local political entities. And the mahratta were a Hindu power from central India, we're demonstrating a lot of land in India. And then at the same time, the Sikhs in the Punjab were rising.

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And the Shia influence at the mobile court had increased drastically. In fact,

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the chief of

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the military, the military chief was Mirza Najaf Khan, he was here. So he was the most powerful man

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Delhi, and whatever territory the malls controlled, for he was the leader of the army, defending the Mughal Empire or trying to revive the Mughal Empire whatever remained of the Mughal Empire on the part of the Mughal Emperor then we will Emperor sha Allah the second

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so because he was the chief of the Army Staff or military,

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he had a lot of influence and daily, he patronized here scholars, he patronized many Shia activities in northern India because of his power and influence. So they came a situation in the city of Delhi, whereby the Shia influence or the Shia doubts spread about the Asana or the Sahaba. In particular, standards, your arguments are circulating without anyone challenging those arguments. Right. It has been natural for a political entity when it comes to power to

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exert his influence, not only politically, but also theologically or ideologically. It has been natural, right. So when, for example, the Muslims came to power in certain lands, they preached Islam, for people to accept Islam, and they did use political power

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to back their data. The British Empire when it came to power in India,

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the British use the political power to back the percentage position of the faith, or the preaching of the faith to the native Indians. This is why there was an influx of missionaries coming into India in

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the 18th century, and more so in the 19th century. And there came a time in the mid 19th century where Christian missionaries were walking around in the markets of India preaching the gospel.

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And they weigh openly. And then some Muslims Call a doctor to challenge them to debate and there were debates that took place. And the famous argument debates in 1854 took place between a Christian a German Christian missionary called founder and Chef Rama to lock it up aeronomy who was the author of a book called The heart of hug, right? So that aside, I'm trying to explain that when someone comes to power politically or group of people, they definitely use the political influence to preach or to spread the ideology or the faith. And this goes for anyone, whether it is communist liberals,

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or people who uphold Islam, it goes for any political ideology or any religious ideology, no one is immune to this kind of inclination. So likewise, Nigel Faraj using his power in Delhi at the time, he influenced a lot of people so sharp, that was easy to put a lot he

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wrote a response to some of these attacks against the Sahaba are some of the arguments that were circulating in daily and around daily at the time, so, the Shia scholars became very bored. Some of them abandoned tequila, tequila is dissimulation basically hiding your beliefs, when you are basically not in majority or when you are not in power. So, some of the Shiite scholars, they openly started to challenge the Sunni scholars and they started to because of the political power they had.

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So, they started to challenge it well jamaah

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as a response, Shah, Abdul Aziz, he authored this book titled The Alpha if not a Sharia, right, I carry a translation of the book.

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In my hand, it was originally written in Persian in the Persian language for the literary for the educated people of daily and beyond. And the book was widely disseminated. Once it was authored, it was translated it was transcribed it was copied

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and many many copies spread throughout India and India basically was saved from GSM Okay, effectively, otherwise, there would be a lot more chaos in India.

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Then there are today, the largest population of the sheer people is in India, more than Iran and Iraq and Lebanon to put together, right. And this was because of that influence that came in politically at that time, especially during the Mughal period. Okay, this happened, especially during the Mughal period. So if Shah Abdulaziz had not written this book, they would be a lot more Shias in India than there are today. Right. So, Chavez did his work. He did his job. He was the leader of the Muslims. He was one of the most learned learned men in India at the time. So he penned he authored this book, and I believe this is one of the most powerful treatments of arguments

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against Arsenal, especially Sure, of the roses used the sheer sources to our to respond to the sheer arguments against the Sahaba or standard Sunni beliefs.

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And this is an encyclopedia of information. People talk about Jamia scheffel, Islamic Catania and its treatment of some of the Shia arguments in a book titled min Hydra Sunnah, right which was written in response to

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a work produced by a Shia scholar in the 14th century.

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One of the rulers one of the Mongol rulers governing

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the land of Horus on at the time parts of version of Aniston

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and the Shia scholar. His name was Abraham a thorough and hilly. He titled or he authored a book called menardo. Kira, in response to this bookshelf or Islamic potamia authored a book Madhava Suna, right. It is in four volumes. But I believe that book was written for a specific reason, answering specific arguments of a specific scholar. But this book shoutout Aziz wrote, titled tafa isn't our Sharia a gift for the twelvers.

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The title means in the English language, a gift for the twelvers. He wrote this book as a general treatment of the sheer school of thought. So part of this book is a section where he deals with arguments against the Sahaba and the integrity in particular, the three Caleb's. The first three cases of Islam aboubaker, Omar, and othmar, probably Allah or unhide your brain.

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he not only treats

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some of the arguments against Wailea and eyeshot of Yolanda and other Sahaba. He specifically put down chapters in this book dealing with some of the arguments against the integrity of abubaker from our man.

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Today, we will be addressing some of the arguments or attacks or doubts

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raised against the integrity of model galon. Now, why do the Shiites criticize the Sahaba? Why do they even talk about the Sahaba? This is a long story, this is another topic altogether, which I have partly touched upon in the previous lectures, you may watch the previous lectures of the same theories. And you will see why some of the Shia or the Shia school of thought when I say Shia, I mean the 12 was the eternal luxuria people who inhabit parts of Iraq, Lebanon, Iran, parts of India and Pakistan. Right? Why do they attack the Sahaba? Why do they criticize the Sahaba? In the majorities in the gatherings in the lecture in the talks? Right? Why they always criticize the

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And I've talked about it in the past, postman is one of them, whom they attacked viciously because the shear they believe that aluminum dipali was the rightful successor, after the prophet of Islam Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he was the rightful successor of the Prophet for a number of reasons. They give reasons, and we have talked about them extensively in other places.

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So anyone who took that right of money from him is guilty,

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is going to use the patient.

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Okay, someone who deserved power, which didn't belong to them, the power and the privilege and the honor of kalaba or

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a mama. It belonged to Olivia with all

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right. So it was by Emma, the leader, and he was the halifa, the successor, and he was the wasI, about on the Prophet had

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advised the Muslims to make him the leader after him. And he was the winning of Allah, he was a friend of Allah.

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And a lot of these things we don't deny with Allah. We have utmost love for everybody.

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We believe anyone who hates it cannot be a believer.

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It cannot be a movement. Anyone who hates I don't even know if it cannot be a woman.

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It is another question when they come back and say, oh, wow, we

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fought against Ali. So he's not a believer. Ayesha, she fought a battle against Ali. He's not a believer, or sorry, she's not a believer and those who fought winner against Holly cannot be believers. This is a very interesting question, which has been addressed again, a number of times, in other settings to give short answers very quickly. They did not fight it because they hated it. They did not fight early or they did not confront it in the battlefield because they hated it even a big volume. No. In fact, while they are a bit lower on ha, in so many different places at different times, acknowledge the superiority of it to himself.

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He acknowledged that he is

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judges in philosophy and virtues, and position is a lot higher than myself. But I seek justice for the killing of Mongolia lajuan, which is a completely different matter. So what a lot of the Shia scholars and preachers do, they ignore these facts, they hide these facts, or the context of the conflicts and the disagreements that took place between the Sahaba. And they go straight to the accumulation of those

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disagreements or the consequences of those disagreements that don't actually look at the disagreements, what caused those disagreements, because when they start looking into those nuances, things become a lot more clearer than they are today to a lot of the car, friends out there.

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So a smart been a fan of your lawn, the son in law of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam twice. That's why he's called

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the man who possesses two lives.

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So the progress of life Allah, He gave his daughter to a man.

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And this is another issue of the sheer scholarship. It denies that the province also had any other daughters and fought them out of the law. And now this is another dilemma. This is another problem we have, right, which is absurd. For the early centuries of Shia Islam, scholars did not deny but later on when they realized Hold on, if we accept them as the total of the promises alone, then we have to accept that the Prophet deliberately gave two of his daughters to our beloved,

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someone who was not worthy of having a doctrine of the promises from someone who's guilty of

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someone who's guilty of someone who's just who disbelieved because he's user, the writer is going to be bothered. So this became a big problem for the arisia.

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So they had to switch. They have to switch to start saying that othmar are the long run, married to women, but they were not the daughters of the Prophet. The Prophet adopted them. They were the daughters of Khadija from the previous marriages. They were not born from the Prophet sallallahu only Fatima was the child of the profits are from Khadija the other three, mobile phone, Xena, no failure.

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Robbie Allahu Ananda.

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Do you mind?

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All of them were not the portraits. Three of them. Were not the daughters of the promises.

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Well, what they don't realize is, they are actually accusing the Prophet sallallahu Sallam off giving his daughters

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adopted daughters, albeit because no one denies the existence. Thankfully, no one says that they will. I mean, they haven't gone that far yet to deny their existence. They do accept that they did exist, but they were not the biological Daughters of the province also.

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But this raises more problems than solutions. Think about it.

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So the program adopted them because they happen to be with Khadija let's assume the Shia view. Or some of the Shia scholars when they claim that the Prophet didn't have any other daughters that Fatima from Khadija and the other three were born to Khadija from other husbands. No problem. Let's assume that's true. for argument's sake, let's assume is correct.

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Now, the issue is,

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it raises more problems. Why? Because

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those girls were orphans.

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Somehow they were orphans. Khadija was a widow with a marriage married.

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he was

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And Allahu Akbar, the rights of orphans in Islam, what are they? What are they?

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Some scholars would argue that you if you have an orphan in your possession, in your supervision, or in your responsibility,

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you will be questioned more about the rights of the orphans than your own children.

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Why? Because the orphans are more sensitive. The matter of the orphans is an issue of a man or not that your own children are not an Amana. They are also an Amana. But the orphans are a trust in your hands.

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They are a trust in your hands. So what these people are claiming indirectly not realizing what they're doing. Is that the province of someone because the girls are not his biological daughters. He just gave them to anyone. Any Tom, Joe, or Carrie who came the profits were nice for them.

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They're not my daughter's let's just take them. Who cares? Who are you and while they are The Reluctant mahalo Villa, this is what they are claiming and directly that even though those women were the daughters of Khadija, from other husbands that made them orphans, and they came into the house or the, under the responsibility of the Prophet because he became the stepfather. So now he needs to be more careful about them, then he has to be about follow the law.

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And if he mistreats them,

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he does bad by them, give them away to the wrong the wrong people knowing well what he's doing. And I live in LA, you're claiming the professionals on them, he failed these orphans. These orphan girls

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are Kenya and they Xena.

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So it raises more problems than solutions for you. Those who claim that these girls are these women,

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rather low or no, not?

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Our not the daughters of the boys. So it's a problem for the Shia school of thought, in particular the telcos it's a problem. Because the Prophet gave two of his daughters

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biological otherwise.

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Okay, to have mango, the lawn? Of course, we have authentic reports. We have plenty of evidence in our book that these were the biological Daughters of Rasulullah Salallahu salam to question that notion is absurd is madness? Is it schizophrenic? You know, it's schizophrenia that causes people to question things like this is like saying, okay, you know, King Salman is not

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the son of

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King Abdulaziz. It's like that something that no, today, something that no, right? Because these are famous figures in our world today, right? It's like claiming something like that. Imagine, at the top of the progress of people getting this fact wrong. The most important person for the Muslims around in the world, people getting his children wrong, okay, hold on, maybe maybe there's a debate, there is no debate, you have to make a debate so that you can get rid of this problem, but it doesn't go away, it gets worse. So if mano, the yellow line was married to the two daughters or full of losses on this alone, this alone gives him the status. Allah has given him in Islam. Apart from

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that he was called alimony.

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Okay, he was called honey, Ronnie, because he was very, very generous. He was very, the prophet loved him, especially because he was so kind.

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And so

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Subhana Allah generous, that he would give away his wealth, without thinking twice. So many times, I promise in general.

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Once at the time of the Battle of

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the book, when the progress of the lesson asked for help of man or Golan three times, stood up, and gave 100 camels laden with logistics. And then he gave a bag of gold to the province of Solomon, the prophet also was lifting these coins of God and he was dropping them and he was saying repeatedly Othman. None of your action will harm you.

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Henceforth, none of your actions will harm you Henceforth, from now on of man, nothing will harm you. In other words, you are forgiven your promise, gentlemen, Allah and forgive you a large kind of bolo and forgive you. So As matter of your lawani status is very, very high in Islam, and how he was chosen as a key live. We're not going to get into those details. This is not a biography of modernity alone, rather, this is a defense of him. So what are the objections the Shia raised against monaldi alone, one of them is that was modeled the other one, he appointed oppressive governors upon the Muslims when he was the caniff. He appointed a precedent governors.

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And joggers use extensively deals with this in this book. And I hope someone comes forward and translates this book into the English language and into the Arabic language because it has been translated into the Urdu language entirely. But we need someone to translate the entire book with modern huashi or footnotes, with the fridge with references because you're going Aziz uses a lot of references from the Sunni and the Shia school of thought from the ship funny and she outsources and someone needs to work hard. It might take some time, but someone needs to rise to the task and do Docker.

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of this book, at the same time, translated into the English and the Arabic language, it is already in the Persian language and maybe it needs to be republished into the Persian language and spread in Iran. It needs to be spread in Iran so that people can read this book and realize Hold on a second. You know, there is something that is very interesting out there. We haven't been allowed to see. Right. So

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one of the objections is that he appointed all of these people, people like Marwan bin hakam.

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And people like Abdullah Bin Saud bin have been served

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as governors upon the Muslims, and these people were very, very impressive. And some of the characters were highly questionable. For example, Marwan bin hakam, who was a distant cousin of Mondavi Alon, he, when he wrote a letter to the people of Egypt

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under pressure to change the governor,

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change the governor to hammer Vienna Viehbacher from the login sobbing.

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to Mohammed bin Abu Bakar. Mohammed bin Abu Bakar is a very interesting character in the history of Islam. He was the son of abubaker Raja Lauren, and he was born to asthma Ben Tommy's the wife of abubaker, who had married Oliver with olive after, after Abubakar rhodiola. Ron passed away. So a small bit armies. She was the wife of abubaker, Robbie Alon. And after a worker died, she married alumina without him and from a co worker. She had a son called Mohammed. So Mohammed grew up with aluminium, Italian, olive and Italian was his father. stepfather. Right. So Muhammad was very close to aluminium, Italian rhodiola one, right. So he grew up with and This in itself goes to show that I

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live in avatar, a married the widowed wife of Abu Bakar.

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Why would you do that? If he had no sympathy or no love? Or no honor for Abubakar odilon?

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Why would he take the wife of the man

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who deprived him of his right of Caliphate? If Ali was so bitter to other Boubacar, could he not find other women in Arabia? Easily, easily because Fatima Raja Lauren has already gone. She passed away six months after the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, she passed away. And then Abubakar Avalon passed away a year and a half later.

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So I live in a Batali about all the options available to him. I even have a thought I've had all the beautiful young women of Edina are readily getting married to him, they would be happy to get married to him.

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And he married this widow.

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Mother of children who was left behind by abubaker, probably alone. Why would you do that? Think about it. Would you? I mean, if you had two options, and he's saying, I mean, I'm not saying all the villa somehow the villa thing I live in without him. He knew what he was doing. Is he

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any person today? If you're given two options?

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There is a widow of children.

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And she is of age as well, potentially. And there is a young woman. Right? And you have option

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to get married to any any either one of them. Who will you choose? majority of people who will you choose?

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Who would you choose? Generally speaking, generally speaking a younger woman, right?

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So why would Ali choose the wife of abubaker?

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And then accept the child of the man who deprived him. Now the Shia, they come back and there's no this is the greatest of either with Allah. This is even a bit Talia

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being himself, right. Right. So how Allah

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Subhana Allah.

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Right? This doesn't make sense. Why? Because if you look at the history, there are so many other options you could have chosen from if you wanted to do good deeds.

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If you want to do good deeds like this, not only that, he gave his daughter dharma. This is another dilemma for the Shia school of thought we have addressed this in the past in the session on homerville katajanokka law and when we were dealing with arguments against it, so as mandevilla one, you know, they had a lot of these arguments against Hamad bin Abu Bakar was cut the long story short, there was some turmoil. I cannot go into the details because details are far

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Too many for me to discuss it. He was appointed as the governor. Right. And Marwan mahakam instead of writing aka below,

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okay, except him. He wrote up to write, kill him. Don't accept him. Okay, so this letter was basically forged in the name of Monrovia loan stamped using a stamp was sent to the governor of Egypt the current or at the time going governor of Egypt. So when this new governor comes Mohammed Abu Bakar, okay, instead of accepting him or appointing him in your in your place, just kill him. Get rid of him. He's a problem. So they found the letter.

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They found the letter Mohammed Abubakar and people who sympathize with him they found the letter they came back to Medina and embassies the house of Manali, Alon, and they said, We want

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to find out who sent this letter of Mambo Viola when he took an oath and he said I did not send this letter, even though my stamp was used, but it was used against my permission.

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The stamp was with Marwan Beenhakker, Marwan man, how come more, as I said, a cousin of mine and Ilan, so the people said, We want Marwan

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we want to punish him with Monsalve No, you will kill him. So I cannot hand him over to you, you will kill him, I do not want him killed. But they will insisting no we one by one, so that we can deal with him. So this dispute arose, and because of this dispute, the siege of of the house of man, it escalated to a level where Eventually, the consequence was that of mundo de la one was killed by some of these coverage, these rebels who had come from Yemen, Iraq and Egypt, three places

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in particular, and the details of what went on. But the Shia, they accused a man of deliberately appointing people of loose characters in positions of power. And they accused him of accusing him of this injustice, but she others is wrong Rahmatullah. He gives a long list of reasons as to why this man was doing that. For example, some of these people are very, very able. They were able to rule they were able to govern effectively. And in fact, another accusation is that of Mangala one he removed the Sahaba of the Prophet salla Sunnah from positions like Musashi, who was the governor of Basra and Kufa. Then we have a Java

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and then other Sahaba were removed from their positions. And people from Romania were appointed in their place. Right, Chagos. He's got a lot in this book, he explains as to why of mama Golan. He did that. One of the reasons he gives is that these people who were appointed in the places of the Sahaba are not just anybody's they were very, very astute, shrewd leaders. And this is what was needed at the time. So firstly, when the Amir has been appointed over you, and the Amir makes a decision. You may not agree with the decision, but you have to go with it. You cannot rebel against the Amir, because he may have wisdom he may see see things you may not see he has filed on his table

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that you cannot see. People a lot of the times today criticize governments for making decisions, albeit in some cases, erroneous decisions, no doubt, no doubt. Absolutely. But they have no idea what's on the table in front of the ruler, or the governor. Right? I'm not justifying crimes, we're not justifying crimes. I'm saying this is a general rule in Islam, that the ruler so long as is a just ruler,

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he is an upright ruler, he is an honest ruler is a moral ruler, you do not oppose him do not cause problems against him Do not rebel against him because you have no idea, the information that's in front of him, you may be on the street selling potatoes or tomatoes, okay, you may be running a stall of sugarcane juice, right? You may be selling jewelry in the market, and you sit with your friend or you're talking about

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ruler has done this wrong about wrong and this wrong and that wrong. And before you know that the news spreads in the society and people start to assume things they have no clue about.

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Okay, and before you know there is a rebellion at hand people have been misinformed and their misconceptions, you will never know the masses. Let me state this again. The masses will never know what's on the table in front of the ruler based upon this information have that information he or she has to make decisions. Right? So the point is was Marbella, and he appointed whoever he appointed in positions of power

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Knowing well why he was doing that people disagreed, people disagreed to this day. There are scholars who have written books afterwards. criticizing was modeled Alon. unjustly people like chef Modi

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Rama de la la. He was an author from Pakistan, who wrote many, many good works. In fact, it's the fear of the Quran is very, very important. In the Urdu language, in particular, the female Quran is a very good flavor of the Quran written by

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Allah Madhuri proud to lie lame, but he made I mean, he made a major mistake in writing this book called Alcala, our molokhia. And he criticized of man and Maja fabula. For many, many things they did not do and he assumed things on their part without having literal knowledge. Most people talking about these matters today don't even have

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1% of knowledge that was with those people at the time we were making decisions. So tomorrow galani appointed these rules for a reason because they were effective.

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To give you one example of the love inside there will be sorry, what did she say about him? This was a man who was more thought in the time of the Prophet sallallahu. Again, a cousin of Monrovia long Abdullah bin Salman and we saw a famous case. He was a scribe of the Prophet salallahu Salam. in Medina, he apostatized he ran back to Makkah, and he announced his apostasy. He was one of those people about whom the Prophet said Salah, so even if he's hanging on to the plot of Kaaba,

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you punish him

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executed, because he's one of the greatest enemies of Islam. Right? He has caused much harm to the Muslims. Right?

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So what happens when the sun conquers Makkah long story short of man brains, Abdullah bin Sagara besotted who was in hiding, who was in hiding, so Osman brings him with him

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to intercede on his behalf with the profit supervisor.

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He said, Yasser ALLAH forgive of the law, he is ashamed of his actions. He's sorry. He wants to apologize and he wants to repent. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam remain quiet. The Prophet remained quiet. That means he doesn't agree.

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That meaning that means he doesn't agree.

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He asked the third time the second time Yasser ALLAH forgive him.

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And the professor some didn't forgive many people, by the way, head held

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the White House of Yon the mother of Mahalia, Robbie lohana.

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The Mother maveo below.

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And she was the same person with chewed the liver of the uncle of the process. She was forgiven. Was she the man who threw the javelin? The spear forgiven. So now Abdullah bin Salman, the Prophet selasa was very bitter towards him.

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Because of the, the injustice he due to the promises.

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He said things about the profits or some that were not true.

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So Othman is an era for law, he repents,

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he's ashamed. The Prophet refused three times. And then, when no one moved, to move him, when no one none of the Saba took action against him, the Prophet sallallahu Sallam accepted his power,

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and let him go.

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Forgive him,

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and the progress on hasulam. Afterwards he said to his companions, why did you not move? Why did you not do anything?

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And they said, jasola, you should have given us a gesture, a signal. The Prophet said, it doesn't fit a prophet of Allah, to gesture from his eyes, things like this, you should have sense enough sense that I am not accepting his apology. Right? But then the third time, the prophet realized it was a decree of Allah.

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The Prophet had something in his heart, Allah had another plan.

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How do we know that?

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The prophets Allah Salam wanted his uncle batalik to accept Islam No. Yes.

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The Prophet love them to bits. The Quran confirms that. The confirm Quran confirms that the Prophet loved the other party.

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He was one man the Prophet loved like a father. He was the father figure in the life of the Prophet Solomon for 42. long years. Yes, no. And then the prophets of Allah Allah

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He wanted him.

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And then Allah tells him in the Quran in surah two classes I will elaborate on the regime in the Kala demon, but Allah can the lie a demon Yasha wahoo Allah mobile mockery or Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam you cannot guide people you love, just because you love them you think they will be guided.

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It is up to Allah whom Allah wants to guide. So prophet wants him to be guided prophet wants him to go to Geneva but Allah has another plan. Okay Abu Talib is not accepted story

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is not accepted.

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Despite all his great deeds and good works. He is not accepted. He did not accept Islam on his deathbed clear reports in Bukhari, and other sources of Islam. And these verses in the Quran apply to

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this particular verse was revealed about mythology

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in pseudo classes.

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Of course, there's another issue now, but they deny that they say I will thought he was definitely a Muslim. And they don't accept that I will call him died, a non Muslim, and they put a different spin to this verse of the Quran and Soto classes, but who is the worst talking about where it says, you cannot guide and those you love? Who did the Prophet love? And was not guided? Is the question

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in nacala, the man bhakta muhabba love. Allah uses the word love for this person, whoever that person was, right? It was.

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It was over. Okay, so he and Bihari Get out of here you go. They're aware of the law and he explained that this was was really about autonomy.

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Okay, so now

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Abdullah, we sat down, we started for this man

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who was not destined for hellfire.

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Who was not destined for hellfire. Insha Allah. Why? Even though the Prophet didn't want him? Allah wanted him. Allah wanted him because later on the services he did for Islam. This is why a man appointed him of your lawn, because he knew of his abilities. It was Abdullah bin Salman, who conquered a free fear.

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current day Tunisia, Carthage, the city of Carthage, right. This was a very important place in North Africa. And much of the conquests were initiated in North Africa by Abdullah bin Saad gonna be stuck. So he not only repented and became very, very advanced in Islam, in his sincerity in his dedication and his prayer in his reading of the same Koran he denied initially, right. Not only that, he actually fought battles for Islam, he expanded the boundaries of Islam in North Africa. So this is why Abdullah Messiah was appointed and some of the, the Shia as they claim that of Mara Golan, he granted him 100,000 dirhams without any cause. Okay. Another accusation, which I want to

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very quickly address here, having dealt with this particular one. Now, you must understand that I cannot go through every single point in this chapter raised by shark disease in defense of molecule on lettuce, there are so many things I'm skipping so many important details, why? Because the time does not permit me to go through every single one of them. Because if I was to cover up man alone, I would need 10 lectures 10 because there are 10 points you mentioned. There are 10 objections that are raised against this man, he answers all 10 of them in tophi ignatia. If I go through all 10 of them in detail as he has, it will take 10 hours of discussion at least. Right so I'm basically

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giving you giving you a glimpse into his arguments and his responses. So this is our shop that is he responds by giving reasons as to why Amanda the Alon did, what he did another accusation against him he is that he gave money he tossed money on paper money very quickly. He was tossing money away tomorrow in his relatives. For example, He gave hundreds of 1000s of their hands to his sons in law, who were also from bernama.

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Right, so he got his daughters married to certain men from Romania. And he gave them hundreds of 1000s of their homes. Likewise, are the loving sadhana we saw the same man I was mentioning, whom of man appointed as the governor of Egypt. He gave him 100,000 dirhams. Marwan mahakam again, the same manner cause trouble later on, or amount of your lawn of Martin given properties. Okay, then another cousin of model Golan and a son of hakam right

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gave him the the management of the markets of Medina. His name was hottest, the hottest, hottest man, how come another cousin of model the Lord? Right? So now, think about it.

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Who are they talking about?

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The basic problem here in these doubts or these arguments is Sudan.

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Sudan, what is it? Can someone explain what is done is

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Sudan assumption which assumption around the wrong assumption

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that you have an image of a person in your mind?

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Right? And that image drive all your thoughts, all your perceptions, all the judgments about that person?

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Is that clear? Soon

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translated into English means wrong assumptions, evil assumptions about a person. So a person

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may do 10 good things, but you will also always see evil in that. You'll also always see wrong in that.

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For example, I'll give you an example. Most people, how do they see Boris Johnson?

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The Prime Minister of Britain?

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I don't think No, ma'am. Many people have good assumptions about the Prime Minister. Unfortunately, because of certain statements, he has made certain things he has done, people have, you know, wrong assumptions about him. So even if Boris Johnson ends up doing something good, I mean, this is a wrong analogy. Maybe, right.

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But this is an easy example I can give you in our current day and age. Even if Boris Johnson starts to take care of, let's say, 100 orphans, using his influence. There is something there. He's not doing it for taking care of orphans. He's doing it for some gain. There is some monetary gain or some political gain for him. He's just politically point scoring. Yes. Right. The Shia, unfortunately have so done about abubaker, about Omar about of man and other Sahaba they don't like and that's the majority of the Sahaba 99% of the Sahaba. Okay, the ones they like are very few, you can count them in your hands, the ones they like, you can count them in your hands, majority of the

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Sahaba here, they don't like them.

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And I'm not making things up.

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I'm not making things up. So, they have sort of done the wrong assumption always think wrong, even if the action is virtuous.

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Right. So when this man is giving money, the assumption is,

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he is the believer, you remote, meaning he must be giving this money from vital man

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He must be giving this money is must be tossing this money on his relatives from the Commonwealth of the Muslims, the state Treasury, the money that doesn't belong to Him, He is crying.

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He is untrustworthy.

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He's abusing power.

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He's using this money throwing at his relatives, because

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he wants to spend this money on the wrong people.

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panela there are so many problems and assumption and shop that are these dealers that and I'll give you a quick summary on that very quickly. Having explained the assumption or the wrong assumption, they are talking about a man who is called a bunny.

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Who was before he became Caleb, Who was he? He was one of the richest men in America if not in Arabia. Number one. Remember that the person they're talking about? He was a billionaire. of mine was not a millionaire. He was a billionaire. by those standards, not by our standards, by the standards of Arabia. In the seventh century, he was a billionaire, not a millionaire. Right?

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He was so rich.

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He was a very

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successful businessman.

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Like others, like madmen off like a boubakeur was also a businessman but not as a as big as these tycoons of mine was a business tycoon. He had trade investments, his caravans were running up and down Arabia. How was he able to give 100 camels with logistics to the prophets of Allah Salaam. And then the Prophet asked again. Who wants Jenna I promise Jenna was monster Yasser Allah 100 camels. I know. It's like for me, it's like, you know, Subhana Allah is like throwing pennies. for him. He was throwing pennies.

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And a lot of our promised agenda. I'm not saying that this was small. It was

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Big for him to swallow from under the lawn. He you know, 100 cows today. You know what a camel costs?

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a camel today? What would it cost? Jeff? You can guide us

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at least 100,000 sometimes 100,000? No, those are special counsels. What cameras for, let's say on the air for money. 10,000

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pounds 5000 pounds. Sometimes let's say let's say let's take a low finger $1,000.

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Okay, a candle can easily cost you $1,000 the sheriff is saying is higher is 5000 10,000. I mean, some Canon cameras go up to a million pounds a million dollars as well, depending on the quality of the camera, right? But we're talking about a camel that's going to be sacrificed.

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$1,000 so of mine gave $100,000 by those standards in that time, not only camels, with provisions, with logistics, whatever is on the camels, with the clothes, with food with whatever was needed at the time. So that's 100,000 Plus, let's say 100,000, the

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belongings, whatever the camel is carrying, right?

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So that's like in one goal here you're offering 100 camels. The Prophet asks again, is there anyone who wants to Jenna I promise gentlemen, the progress of mankind another 100 camels?

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Is there anyone who wants agenda? Another 100 Camelot this year? Can you please tell us if this is a lie?

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If this is true, if this is true, that you are in big trouble

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cursing a man who was promised Jenna by the Messenger of Allah Salallahu Salam not only once, not twice, many times, multiple times. There are so many reports about a man on the lawn

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that only a madman would think otherwise. Only a madman would argue that he is going to Janna mountable law somehow to build up.

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Is this a joke? The Prophet saying I promise Jenna to the one who stands and does it 300 Campbell's Margate, which is possibly at that time, the value could be easily somewhere like a million pounds or maybe more than that.

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And you know, Arabs are very poor, very, very poor people. They were living in utter poverty, most people.

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So this is the man that she are accused of tossing money in his relatives, right giving many money, okay, now doesn't stop there. He also bought a well of water. When no one had water in Medina, the prophet promised in German because he also gave a bag of gold to the Prophet sallallahu Sallam and dinars, gold coins,

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potentially by baizen team gold coins, you know, solid as they call solid or something like that. Okay. He gave them to the Prophet salallahu Salam.

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And the Prophet was lifting those coins and dropping them as a young man, your actions will not harm you for now.

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In other words, allies forgiven, you're forgiven, right? So if a man is so generous in such tough circumstances, what about when he was killing himself? Now let me remind you, what has happened just before his character.

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What has happened just before is caliphate.

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Amara de la one was killed. But what happened in the time of Ottoman photography, Lord,

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conquest, Persia, and parts of Byzantium were conquered reconquered immense wealth came into the hands of the Muslims. Muslims, McCain became millionaires overnight, overnight. In fact, once a war era, the reason why I'm giving these contracts is so that I can answer these doubts in some some detail, right. Omar ricotta rajala on in his time, he saw a war era with a bag of money.

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Money at the time was gold or silver. Right there on dinar, dinar rose gold, silver was there. So our era, so who is aboard era now, our era was a man who came from Yemen from the tribe of dos

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in the year seven Hijri when the Battle of hybrid was taking place, and he spent the last three years of the Prophet's life. He spent our era spent that time in the province of Assad, not leaving his house at times he starved so much. I will Marina starved so much that he would fall in front of the house of the process. People will think he's dead because he's hungry. Starving

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Right. So when oversaw him with that money

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because the money came and the money was distributed among Muslims by the state.

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The Muslims became rich, that what happened the Sahaba

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and other people, they started to buy property properties. Molina became prosperous naturally because a lot of influx of booty from war from Persia, you know, Persian Empire, what do you think is a joke? When the Muslims took the city of specifiion muda in the capital of the Persians, it was full of gold and gems and cinema and all sorts of things. All of that came to Medina

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when the city of Jerusalem was taken at the time of Omar, when the city of Damascus was taken, taken all of that wealth, where did it go? It came to the Muslims, the booty, right? So it was distributed among Muslims. So everyone became rich. Now, with man being an astute

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businessman. He also prospered because of this boom. So he invested in business, he made a lot of money from that time, and that time Omar bin photographer, so now when he was giving money, for example, to the husbands of his daughters, he was giving money from his own pocket. Chagas disease makes a point that all the reports

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using the word baitul mouth

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absolute lies and fabrications of the sheer.

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There is not one authentic report that mentioned the word baitul malware of man gave money. He gave money from his own pocket from his own wallet, to his relatives. And he was because he was giving to everyone. In fact, he hasn't busted the lawan Rahmatullah Lee, one of the greatest davine he mentions that I was alive at the time of a model DLR. And I remember the announcements are small would make anyone who wants clothes

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come and collect. Anyone who wants would come and collect this will have

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this man and he could do he could do that rubedo Ma, but the Muslims, he could tell the Muslims, anyone who wants anything, come to Milan take the money. man didn't do that. But the Lord He gave money from his own pocket. So this dog answered, every single case the shear will break every single individual case, Chagas disease, he deals with every single case, extensively giving reasons as to why he gave money to such and such for example, why he gave responsibility to Marwan inhaca why he gave 100,000 dirhams to for example, of the lobbyists are going to be solved what happened when Abdullah bin Salman conquered Africa.

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Africa at the time was Tunisia. And it was conquered a lot of booty came from it. And there was a lot of capital. A lot of capital that came. So this capital

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this capital,

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two options. Either you sell it

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in North Africa, or you send it to Medina if you send capital from North Africa to Medina, what's gonna happen to capital?

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What's gonna happen? How many miles is that?

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How many miles is that from Kenya to Medina?

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How many miles are 1000s of miles? Yeah, yes or no 1000s of miles. Imagine sending cattle, which came as booty award to Medina. Chavez disease explains that the 100,000 dirhams this year keep screaming about basically was that cattle, which Abdullah been solved in a research bought from the state from the government for his personal use, and he said I will buy this cattle and I will pay money in return. Even though Abdullah bin sadhana Bizarro, he made the Muslims so rich, it was unbelievable could not people could not believe their eyes when the booty of war came into Medina from a free Tia from Tunisia. Currently Tunisia freakier was the name of the land current day.

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Tunisia it is another matter later on the name Africa was given to the entire continent. Not many people know this by the way. It was simply the land which is currently the museum How much time do I have olive oil?

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Okay, so a free Tia was that and the booty came into me. So he could not send this cattles of elements are gonna be shot he bought it for 100,000 there are some money he paid and other he said he will pay when he get back and get back to Medina these are all this is all documented in sources. every single detail is there is in the sources. What they do is they ignore. They ignore the context. They ignore the nuances

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They simply point to the fact that oh, this trunk transaction took place, there must be something evil about it, there must be a personal interest at play,

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which wasn't the case. So of Monrovia, Lauren, for example, was accused of appointing these people.

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And they say why would a smart appoint people with such characters as leaders? For the Lord? Why would he appoint people that such characters who are such controversial backgrounds? Yes, yes.

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And by that virtue, the blame goes on water please, Oliver Water, water please.

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The blame goes on as well. This is a very interesting point, I want to you to pay attention very quickly

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that this man appointed these people, dodgy people in positions of power. So, therefore is blameworthy. First of all, first of all, we are told to have not done of other Muslims. Right, we are told to have good opinions of other Muslims unless we have reasons to, to believe otherwise. So if man was a very soft personality, very soft, possibly to a fault, possibly to afford or maybe he was too soft. He was not like Omar. Omar was very, very stern and harsh. When Omar found a governor to be doing something even a minor mistake, he would remove him either removing from power or he would punish him somehow. But more Avia was the only exception that Omar kept in power rhodiola run

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because of his excellent job he was doing in below the Sham,

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the excellent job he was doing and below the Sham In fact, while he will be alone once he came in front of the top dressed

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in lavish clothes,

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you can say designer clothes

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by our virtues today yet something very lavish something luxurious. Omar said my governess don't dress like this. My governors don't dress like this. Maja said Yami remote meaning if I dress like the way you want me to dress, the people of a sham will not take me seriously these are materialistic people are accepted his explanation straightaway. So mommy by that virtue was an astute governor, a good ruler. Right. So maba is another person she has blame of man for because he kept him in power. No, not only he, Amara kept him in power. And he proved later on that he was an effective ruler. When he ruled for 20 years as Caleb. In his time the expansion started again, it's

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taught in the time of man, the last six years of man governed for 12 years as cave 12 years, the first six years, the conquest continued unabated. last six years of man, the second half of his reign, was full of turmoil and rebellions and problems like we're talking about, right? Because people were bitter about the governance of man and appointed, some of them did make mistakes, no doubt, some of them did have controversial characters that did cause problems or was man no doubt. And that caused the conquests to stop. And then the next four years of It better be violent, also turmoil, conflicts, civil war, and then came mafia to power

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mafia, after only been a metallic person governed for six months and hasn't read the law and gave power to mafia as the halifa. And while we have governed for the next 20 years, and these 20 years were

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years of peace and harmony and expansion of Islam,

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right, so my view was a very effective ruler, no doubt. Right. But coming back to these people appointed by aasmaan, many other names that are mentioned, you know, and Chavez has mentioned them in the book. So what's the response? The response he gives is a very powerful response. He will you accuse a man of deliberately appointing wrong people in the positions of power, right, okay. Let us turn the table.

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Shotgun Aziz, he argues, let us turn the tables and go to your own sources, the sheer sources, there are hookah bars in Nigel belaga,

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which is a book that I hold very highly

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in high regard.

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They read the book very highly, because they attribute to the book to an even avatar of your lawn. They believe that the hot tub

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in this book, The servants are highly eloquent, very powerful Arabic language very, very powerful pieces of advice. Indeed, no doubt when someone when you read some of those

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those sermons attributed to Oliver, we thought it's a very powerful, amazing advice.

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Some of them full of wisdom, no doubt whether they are authentic or not is another question altogether. Whether the book Nigel Billa can actually be traced back to alumina without it is a completely different question, right?

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So Chagas disease takes the Shia scholars back to the book,

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which they regard very highly. He says to them, there are portables in Nigeria where aluminum metallic stands on the member and condemns

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right or There are letters there are legends documented from Alabama without him against his own governance. And he's condemning them for wrongdoings.

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There is a football for example, or there is a letter rather Oliver ever thought he had written to one of his governors, and he's telling them that you've run away with the money of the Muslims is enlargeable agha Shankar Aziz mentions the Arabic text and the translation is there that you have run away with the money of the Muslims. Do you think you will live forever You think you will escape and he is one of the relatives of Alabama with all Arabs Alon, another governor, who was appointed by Oliver everybody Roger lawn was a man called monger Ben, Gerald, wonderful job was also condemned by anyone ever called him in a letter okay. He told him he told him off that how can you do such and

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when you have been given this position of responsibility, so what does this tell you? Even the sheer sources tell you that there were certain governors appointed by Allah even when he was the halifa for four years, they gave him problems, they did corruption, they did wrong things for which and even a battalion rebuked them.

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And we have seen examples from both my local on when how has been how come was appointed by him to manage the affairs of the markets in Medina and beyond what he did, he went and he bought all the seeds, you know, the the seeds of the days that are used for camel feeding, right? He bought all of them within three days. Within three days, he bought everything from the market, because he was the manager so he had the upper hand. So the people can complain in droves. Manda you appointed this man over us he did this man rebuked him for the Alolan for doing what he did, and he removed him from that position don't deserve. You don't deserve it. You took advantage of your position. You do this

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And I leave it alone doing the same thing. rebuking his governors. Right? Because they were doing corruption. And this is clearly stated in Nigel Bulava. So you have an audacity to point a finger at of madhva something Ollie himself from the lower one was struggling with unbelievable, unbelievable double standards and hypocrisy on your part. This is why this book is very powerful. I strongly recommend that this needs to be translated into English language and Arabic language for the Arabs and for the English readers and needs to be published in the Persian language or the Persians can also read it. Because it really really opens your eyes you think Subhan Allah these claims these

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people made they are such liars who make these claims. And such hypocrites. When they don't read your books. If they do if they do read your books.

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Then it's like the poor telling the capital you block

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the port telling the cattle your blood

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literally. So

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moving forward, it doesn't stop there. Now what does that tell you? This is not a problem for the Sony's or Asana. But Katie's appointing a person in a position of power, and that person turns out to be corrupt. It is not necessarily a problem for alesana. Of course, you do your best not to appoint such people in these. But you don't know until someone performs. Right? You don't know until someone performs. But it's not a problem for us and not because we don't claim we don't believe that of man, Omar and Abubakar were

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the doors of unknown unseen we don't believe that they knew what happens

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when they're not

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in a place or at a time right elbow a what we call an animal that did not have the knowledge of mecanim. And we don't believe that we don't believe even the Prophet sallallahu Sallam we believe did not have elemental way anymore, ladies only with who

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the knowledge of the unseen is with Allah. It's the only with Allah but the Shia, they believe. And there are chapters in our coffee, where they prove that the Imams

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Not only Alabama with it, but those who followed. Those who came after have elbow pain. They have the knowledge of Makana yakun. What went, what is and what is to come, they have the knowledge. They have the knowledge, they believe this, the sheer turnovers. They believe this that the Imam has calculated by that virtue, I don't even have $1.

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Okay. We don't have that problem, because we don't believe that we don't believe that our caylus or even the Prophet had had him away. No, we don't believe that. We don't believe that because there's plenty of evidence in the Quran and the Sunnah to prove that, to prove that, that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam did not have any more. Right.

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But only the Natalia had Elmo wave according to the Shia scholars, and she followers. Yes. So why was he appointing people like this, only to rebuke them later on? Was he doing it deliberately?

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Was he doing this deliberately, you know,

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for example, I am about to appoint

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one vermin, Monza manjaro in a position

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and I know this is an evil man, he's going to do evil in the future is going to do wrong, and I still appoint him, only to rebuke him later on in a letter that you disagrees you such and such, You foolish man, you did this corruption, you took away the money and you are now abusing your power, this is in London Bulaga. So, why is aluminium metallic if he is highly motivated, if he knows Makana why Yukon? Why is he appointing these people in these positions and never rebuking them later on it doesn't stop there. It does not stop there. He appointed another very controversial man in a position of power. So when the Shia they criticize this man for appointing Abdullah bin Salman

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and people like Marwan mahakam and others in positions of influence and if you look at Abdullah bin Salman to be sorry, his letter performance in Islam, you will have nothing but pray for him. Because Allah protected him Allah saved him from apostasy and Allah destined him for gender inshallah.

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Right. But these people who were actually appointed but I will abide by Oliver Matala, they ended up harming the Olympics and the companions of Alberto Vitali, who is that person, they are the bill sumaiya.

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One of the most important governors of Alabama with Viola Viola and this is the final point I'm going to make jello, and I'm going to stop so that the sheriff can come and do his talk as well. I've been going on for more than an hour. Maybe we were going to have to do another

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lecture on this part two of my module on insha Allah okay.

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So zeod when somaiya

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Who was he? He was an illegitimate son of abuse of yarn, but how many

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hours of yarn before Islam before he became Muslim had an illicit

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or illegitimate relationship with the with the slave girl of another influential from booth O'Keefe. One of the key

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Okay, abou Sophia was Qureshi.

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And that man, whose slave girl he had a relationship with was coffee. So your relationship with her? Her name was Samia?

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Right. And as a result, a child was born who was called Xiao

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He is known as xad. Able to be they are the son of his father. That was one of his names. He is also known as

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they are the Pennsylvania is also known as they are going to be sofian. Later on that name was given to him by maveo, the Alon and this is what I'm coming to explain very quickly before I finished, Who was he? He was a very important companion of hollyburn vitalia people don't notice, and he was illegitimate.

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It was well known to elleebana victaulic. It was known to other Sofia, it was known to the Muslims. In fact, you're gonna he's states that he used to boast about his lineage. So panela This is our shameless this man was in public. He's to say yes, I am the son of a Luciferian I'm crazy. I'm not McAfee. I'm crazy. Even though he was illegitimate. He was born out of wedlock. He was born from a Giardia who did not belong to Sofia. And by that virtue, he was illegitimate. And this happened before Islam before I was the founder of the Muslim. I was we are on the long run.

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became a Muslim later on. He was the father of Avia

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benefits of young.

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Okay, what's the problem? Now, the problem is to the Shia, illegitimate children

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are the worst of creatures.

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Chavez is claimed in this book to the Shia school of thought.

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Children who are basically born out of wedlock cannot be accepted

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to do anything,

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right. They cannot be appointed in positions of power.

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I live in a Vitaly appointed zeod in Somalia, as a governor of forests, Persian lands and they are was no doubt a very effective ruler and Governor, no doubt he did a great job for only $1. He kept order. He kept everything in

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taxes were coming through. He kept peace. He was an effective ruler. They are the bean sumaiya the father of the man who killed a cosine raviolo and later on.

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So in other words, Oliveira we thought he was feeding a snake

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zeldman sumaiya was the father of obey the law by

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the governor of Kufa appointed by ziet, who ended up killing for St. Roger lajuan with his family

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zrp familia was appointed by Adi as a governor of forest.

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So before we criticize this model, the Alon

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we need to ask questions. Why was Ali probably a loved one who is Ali motivate

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someone who knows Makana Maja Khun, Mr. Mohsen.

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Someone who has the knowledge of hype according to the trouble, conviction, why was he appointing a man who will brutalize his family later on, not on not not only that be rude to his children. For example, there have been some I

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was approached by Baba when there was a conflict going on between maga and Oliver Vitali.

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maveo wrote a letter to you or my brother, all being legitimate, no problem. You are legitimate. I am the son of hynd. I am legitimate but you are still my brother. We are blood brothers. You have the same father as me. So you should come and join me. You should come and join me because he was a very strong ruler. He was a good governor.

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Okay, his background aside, but he was a good governor. And that's why we make excuses for anyone to be taller. That that's why he appointed him because he could see an ability in him. But if you criticize a man for doing something, I needed something worse by that virtue. And this doesn't mean that we are trying to criticize all you're going to be parlayed and we're trying to say the value was inferior. We're trying to insult Allah going to be falling of your lawn no Far from it. We have the love for Allah. tala you cannot imagine. We believe that we cannot be believers. If we do not love Allah. tala Gilad

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we love him more than our parents.

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We love everybody because he was loved by the prophet sallallahu sallam, because he was the husband of Fatima because he was the father of athenee Hassan he was one of the most beloved people to the Prophet sallallahu sallam, we love him. So why are we giving these examples because you

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because you follow a claim to follow his legacy and his teachings and not follow the Sahaba so we're trying to show you know you are inconsistent in your criticism of of mine and Abubakar Omar, when we look at the life of Alberto ivali. We went through same problems.

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He faced similar challenges. So when you criticize one and leave the other, you are being inconsistent, especially when you believe Ali had powerless man did not all he had the knowledge of unseen knowing Well, why is he appointing people like this?

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When he was approached by mafia I don't even know because he wrote a letter to him that I know more of you guys approached you. Don't listen to him. Don't listen to him.

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These reports are there. And joggers. He's referencing them in his book.

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Then zyada samaya remains with Ali when Ali is killed Robbie Alon and Hassan gives power into the hands of Maja zeod joins hands with more heavier switches side

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while there is no one side anyway, so there are seizes opportunity and enjoys mafia, and when he is appointed as the governor of Iraq by mafia, who does he go after? Who does he go after he goes off to one of the closest companions of alumina with volume side by

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side mensuration was a very dear companion of Oliver, we thought of your line in Kufa, Ziad

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kicks his house, confiscates his house, and drives him out of Kufa. So sorry, when should I go straight to Medina to handle the lawn complaints to him that xad been sumaiya? Or has there been abuse of animals they are gonna be? He has done this to me. So Jose Nagi Alon writes a letter to Ziad

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telling you who he is, I am Hussein, the son of Ali, and you were a companion of my father. So you have done this, this this to save injury, please fix the problem. Don't brutalize him, don't persecute him anymore, and have some Muruga have some insight and honor for my Father in my name. So what does he do? He responds to the letter with an ugly letter.

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He insults for saying by mentioning his name

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stating for St. Min Fatima.

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You know what this means? You know what this means? What does this mean?

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How to build on Mount villa. So, this man who was appointed as a governor by Alibaba without him in the time of aluminium, Italy, when he was Khalifa, he was doing this to the other base. He wrote a letter where he called Hossein for saying with Fatima, in other words, he is calling saying something that was saying, oh, Golan is not desert. I mean, he, he was the son of Fatima. But the Arabs know what that means.

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The Arabs know what that means.

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st was very angry. So he called him that he said that Why are you giving refuge to a fossick referring to some English for a while you should not give him that refuge. So you are so and so and such and such an insulted Hasina. So what I say draw the lawn, he attached his letter which he had written to the ad with the letter of reality send it to straight to mA via.

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He said this is the governor you have appointed in Iraq. And this is what I sent him and in response, he said this, Somalia wrote a long letter to say, rebuking him condemning him, and, and, you know,

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really, really angry letter saying that, how dare you speak to her saying like this? How dare you call him what you call him? You insulted his mother, you insulted him. Do you know saying this Hussein is the son of Alabama, we call it the letter, the mother is there, she she's gonna respond to the Latin mother down, it is very, very long. And I cannot read all of it. But the summary is that we have condemned, rebuked zeod severely and he said, Now you do not touch the Ibn shoresh returned his property, build his house again, and put him in the house and never touch him. Okay? And don't ever refer to the ahlulbayt In this way, the way you did. So while we reviewed zarbin

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sowmya, who was actually once upon a time a governor of Alabama.

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So why would I even appoint people like this? And he goes scotch free, or scot free, as they say, right. And then you condemn of Monrovia lajuan for appointing governors who are controversial histories. And there are so many details in this book online. I

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i've briefly touched upon main issues they raised against this model the lawn.

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And some of the things they talk about are so erroneous, they don't even need a response for sure. I'm going to refer to your response to some of these points.

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Okay, so there are many issues. For example, the issue of Abdullah bin Omar

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Osman Golan did not apply pieces upon Abdullah bin Omar when parmesan was killed,

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who was killed in response to the killing of Osama bin Katara Viola when Abu lo. Pharaohs killed Osama bin Katara Golan

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the children the family of Oman Qatar suspected a conspiracy which was wider than or which was beyond abou Lola himself. hamazon was a leader who was also in Medina, a Persian leader who had been captured who was a captive Persian captive. And it was thought that Amazon was behind the conspiracy of the killing of Omar Al Khattab. So the children of Oman Qatar killed not only available on Ebola killed himself, of course he committed suicide, but they went around and anyone else who was thought to be part of the conspiracy was also killed. So they accuse

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of Manuel de la one of not applying cases upon Abdullah bin Omar because Abdullah bin Omar was also accused of causing the killings of hormozgan and others because he

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was part of the continent

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To see allegedly absurd shoulder disease, he responds to this

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claim in logical hamdulillah. Is there

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also another accusation they have against his of model the Alon, Yoni a giant, a giant, they will bring anything to criticize the Sahaba. For example, with my brother in law one, when he went for Hajj, he prayed for record a minute. He did not pray to and this is a very famous incident where Abdullah Massoud came and he said, Yeah, you're Mayor what we need, but also the law says that I'm praying to Him to Why are you praying for us man said in response that I have been married in America, I do not consider myself a traveler. Therefore, I pray for the Prophet was praying to me now because he considered himself to be a traveler. But then Abdullah bin Massoud told him that the

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Prophet had a wife in Makkah called my Mona Mona was makin she was in Makkah so this excuse or this reasoning doesn't really work. But of mine did not agree and it still led for an Abdullah when Massoud joined the prayer, joined the prayer even though he disagreed. So this is another

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you know, doubt there is about the veracity or the the he changed the sooner he went against the sooner deliberately not considering his reasons. His reason was that I've married this was this is the hard I am married. And the Prophet did because this was his fake. His fake, his understanding of the matter was different to all the Sahaba he thought that the Prophet joined the Salah or prayed shorting this the lion Minar because he was a traveler, so I am not a traveler. I am basically my camera. Now I have a wife and makeup. So I will pray for

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so this is something of my views on dead. I mean, this is something I am personally.

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I have personally done myself, I spend a lot of time in Pakistan. I travel there very often. Previously, I used to I'm going to my father's house

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in Pakistan, and I used to pray person

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and Gemma, Ben's

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Ancelotti, right, I used to do that person, right. But then I started staying longer. I started staying longer. So even though I had

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to look closer, I started praying for Salah because my heart wasn't contented. My heart wasn't accepting that that Okay, hold on a second, I'm coming. This is my father's house. Technically, it's my house. And the house I live in London is also my house. So both of my houses so I shouldn't be painful to LA, not making excuses to, to pray, pray less. So I started so as mahmudullah behind this action was his toccoa his you know, his fear of Allah His regard for his Deen and that's why I did it, but then sort of done suit was done is the problem, anything good he might do in his life, you will assume evil on his part.

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So also, another

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objection there is another condemnation they have for of Mondo Ilan is that when a man was killed, you know, he was killed because of his own actions. And he was killed. And his body was laying around for many days. And no one was there to pick him up and all that the list goes on and shelter disease talks about it. Okay. And response is that he uses again is their own sources that have man was killed under very, very controversial circumstances, right. In fact, some of the some of the Shia from couva were involved in his killing people who became Shia later on. We're not only guilty of killing off man, some of them are guilty of, you know, the troubles Ali Monogatari faced and her

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son later on when he was put in a situation where he had no choice but to shake hands with Moravia, even though it was foretold by the professor salamina Hadees that this son of mine is said in in in the evening Haha, say hello, this son of mine is said because Allah will join or unite two groups of my oma through him. So Hassan fulfill that prophecy, but he was facing trouble at the, at the hands of the coffins, and then later on profane was awful. So the people of Kufa were very, very problematic for anyone who ruled over them to this day. To this day, the problems haven't gone away Kufa. Okay, the Salas used to say Kofi la eufy. Okay, the people of Kufa will never be loyal to you.

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They will never be loyal to you and will lie. This is what the history is. I'm not making this up. Go read history. What happened to you whenever you call him when he was ruling from Iraq?

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From his capital Kufa, what happened to him? how he felt about the people of Kufa read

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the sheer book Nobunaga will tell you how I felt about the people of Cuba, the only people who probably said that this is where she was born in this city, in this very settlement, the

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the the is not and the narrator's the people who made the Xiang religion were born in the city of Kufa, the founding fathers of the school of thought the Turner school of thought were born in Kufa, it was not Alabama we call him Hassan and Hussein and, and they progeny they are nothing. I mean, come on. Look, Mr. Humberto vaca. Mr. Jaffer. sodic Where did they live and die? Where did they live and die in Medina, okay. And there are four underwriters in coffee 400 of them in coffee. There are more before main narrators. If you take these four out if do if you take these for up 90% of our coffee is gone. 90% of our coffee is gone. Okay, these four narrators, okay, from Kufa

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Raja Raja

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then these are basically the above

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and on has been Malik's and I will say the Furies and I just have the sheer Okay, like we have the Sahaba narrating from the Prophet sallallahu Sallam that as a hobby says, okay, we heard from the professionalism of Rasulullah sallallahu Sallam right okay, and also a lot of a lot of summer as a hobby narrates from the prophet and has been Moloch said that I heard from the prophet or I saw the Prophet likewise Abdullah bin Omar the same thing like so these are a theory via companions of the province on the line. So look, they are the ones who bring us the Hadith of the Prophet summerson likewise for the Shia there are these does not come from the Prophet.

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It comes from the Imams, and only two months

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hardly anything Omani. We have more by the way. I have assumed it was Gemma, we have more reports from Alibaba parliament in our books than the sheer have it this. This may shock you. This may shock.

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And we have reports from Imam Hassan and unsane rhodiola or Anima and then the children amongst them Lama de Imam Mohammed Al Baraka and Imam Jaffa Sonic of de mon Jaffa sodic they remained in Medina Okay, so when you pick up a copy

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90% of the reports are the majority let's say to be saved the majority of the reports are from two imams Imam Muhammad a laugher and Imam Jafar sodic. Both of them lived in Medina the narrator's are from Kufa

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the narrator's all four of them are from Kufa so they were getting direct telegrams coming from Medina to Kufa from the Imams, and they attribute so many erroneous ideas so many aljibe to the Imams. In fact, there are books with the Shias, where the Imams condemned, condemned these generators. If you pick up a book of a job for the Shia regional Kashi you read that imams are condemning these narrators in explicit terms.

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To give you one example,

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who was the Abu huraira of the Shia? When I say I'm worried about the sheer I'm not equating it with a war era, right? I'm saying in terms of the amount of reports generated from a mom jafra Sadiq and Imam Muhammad ibaka right. So he is one of the largest. He is the he's responsible. One of the largest collections of reports attribute introduced these two amounts. Zahra was from kuva. So once Imam Jafar Sadiq was asked about him in Medina, what do you think of Ron? He said?

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He said May Allah curse be upon him? lava lava rock, okay, a lot of a lot of rah, rah rah and he said Who am an r&r? Who am an r&r? Woman r&r? This is a reasonable question in the books of ritual and these are authentic reports. Authentic Kay authenticated by them or the theme such as their body is there a mammal buddy is Mr. Murphy who authenticated these reports as Yeah, these are these reports authentic amounts. But then they say among Java Sonic was drink tequila. He was drinking tequila to save the life of Zora because Ross life was in danger. urato was a companion of the elevate of these amounts, and his life was in danger so the Imam condemned him so that his life is

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safe. So how his life is safe when a mom is condemning him when a mom is saying he's from the people of hellfire.

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Mila, cursing How is the amount protecting his life when he's condemning is the question. So these are some of the very, very deep things I wanted to quickly mention before I finished so.

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So these people, the reports coming from the Imams,

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the people of Kufa are the people who are responsible for all these atrocities against the alphabet and then making up a religion in the name of Oliver without him and his family and his children while lying when you read the reports for narrator's right surah Hassan bin How come a sham been solid? And overseer? These are the four narrators major narrators of reports from Imam Jafar sodic Imam Muhammad Al Baraka, and none of them is trustworthy. In fact, they are known liars from Kufa, and they were condemned by the amount directly in their own books, in the books on the Shia school of thought, right? So people have to find this very controversial history. So when was mama the Lord

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was accused of being left to die? and all that. One question is not answered by these people is that how was he killed

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and who killed him, and who was trying to defend him?

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The Shia and the Sunni sources are all unanimous that of Monrovia lajuan was killed when a Hassan and Hussein both of them were at the door. And when the hawara edge

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tried to enter the house to kill off man or your loved one, both of them fought hand to hand combat battle, they fought the attackers. In fact, Hassan was struck in the head and he he was bleeding to protect of man on the lawn.

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Why have one was killed in this way what happened what caused it is a completely different story, which I cannot tell right now, the lecture has been going on for a very long time.

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inshallah, we will stop here. Let's make it the final lecture. Even though I said earlier that maybe we will do a part two, what we want people to do is to go and read this book, you want details you are interested in these topics.

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Go and read this, this book, those of you who know Persian, those of you who know, although this book is easily available, right? If you don't know these two languages, then get someone to translate them

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translate the book into the English language. And into the Arabic language, there is a translation into the Arabic language. And fortunately, it's not a good translation. It's an old translation that needs to be revised thoroughly. So we need a new Arabic translation, a complete translation, there is SSR there is

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an abridgment and kalasa of this book in Arabic, but we need a complete translation, I advise every single

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Muslim to read this book, da, da, Sharia, okay? This is a very, very powerful treatment of the sheer arguments against the beliefs and

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personalities of the other, some of you will Gema and once anyone who reads this book, and if you are sincere, if you're seeking a love space, if you're seeking the truth, you will find it insha Allah if you are sincere, because after this book was written in India, and when it was spread throughout India, it rocked the boat of the Shia school of thought, to an extent that 2525 responses were attempted. 25 responses were attempted by the Shia scholarship, some of the Shia ruler rulers in India,

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they started to throw money on the scholars so that they could write a response to date. Today, there has not been a satisfactory response. When you read the book, you will know why. When you read the book, you will know why I haven't done justice to this topic today because I've only touched the surface, right? Because it's such a vast topic. As I said, I did 10 hours of lectures to cover it entirely. But I have touched upon the basic aspects of the life of man and the things they pick on. And there are many other things, the many, many other objections there is. Some of them I have been covered. And one particular website I strongly recommend for everyone who's watching and listening

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is for you to go go to learn from his twelver Shia dotnet twelver Shia dotnet okay. twelver Shia dotnet. It has articles in the English language, where you can read a lot of these arguments and articles on these questions and these topics, so you will get plenty of knowledge on this website. Thank you so much for listening. Oh salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa hamdulillah. Bill amin will accept from us any brothers. Just one or two questions if you have because the food

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Coming up for after after this talk, there is some tea there and biscuits. So the food's gonna come after the next one if you have one or two percentage

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points that

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he used to give money to based on that. Yes, that's that's one point. Thank you for that

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quick niche before * just mentioned that of Monrovia lon he used to give money to baitul mal not not only that his he was spending his own money from his pocket giving out to his relatives, his cousin's his sons in law and others, even other Muslims generally in Medina, but he was giving money away to the mall. In fact, when he died, was Monrovia Lauren had no money left with him. He was the richest man in Arabia at one time, or one of the richest no doubt, right when he died, he had no money at his disposal. I mean, his wealth has been documented, which was very, very little something so trivial that you would be shocked that a billionaire at that time would leave something

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When the book was published, when

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it was published in 1782, it was for the first time made public by Shah, Abdul Aziz in 1782.

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He was at the time was relatively young Chavez was born in 1745. And the book was published when he was in late in his late 30s. And of course, he took inspiration from his father, he was taught directly by his father, if you read one of the books of his father, with his tie, which his title is all apocrypha, on philosophical pallava, in this bookshop, that shabalala, the father of Chagas disease, defends the khilafah of the three carriers. And he gives all the rational and Sherry and, you know, textured arguments for the validity and the sanctity of the three carriers. And then he also builds a theory of political theory, using the model of the three holdover and of course, the

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fourth family for it when we thought he saw he builds a political theory for Muslim rulers as to how they must govern learning from the lives of the four caves. So the book is titled, is honorable. Okay? And Kayla Fatima pallava. This book has been translated into the Arabic language. It was authored in Persian, the original is in Persian, but the translation you can find a recent translation in the Arabic language was which was made by chef Muhammad Bashir

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Sheikh Mohammed Bashir Rahmatullah LA, I had the honor of meeting with him personally, he has also written a biography of Sharla in Arabic Sheikh Mohammed Bashir,

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he has written a biography of sha Allah in Arabic, and translated the entire work into the Arabic language in two volumes, is all about HIPAA and HIPAA are a powerful book. So shadow read had people like this and books like this behind him, so but he did an amazing job and absolutely shockingly inspirational job in this book is this book is is a treasure trove of lie, anyone who reads this book, you will value it, I do not let go of any mahkota any manuscript of this book that comes my way I have about four or five, I think at least four manuscripts in Persian of this book, anytime they come my way. I know this

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is a printed translation in order in order in order in order, I have the Persian manuscripts as well. I have about 400 years nobody thought of translating. This is a shift the order and has not been translated in some languages.

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I was in Zambia, Zambia is a country of 17 million people. The Quran has not been translated in the language. The Christians are translating the Bible in the languages of villages.

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The Bible is a much larger work and it has been translated into 2000 2000 languages. The Quran has been translated in too few 100 languages, and it's a shorter text. So this book is far behind the Quran. So this needs to be done online this needs to be done we need to find people who know Persian and Arabic so that they can translate this book and someone who knows Persian literary Persian, first off of Persian and first of all of Arabic so that it can be translated into the language that people can easily today understand, inshallah

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you could find easily it's been advertised people speaking Persian and English.

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fluently. I was I was

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I was discussing this

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With a shift in Saudi Arabia, shareholder Sean's hafizullah was a great scholar Mashallah he has done a lot of work a lot of tactic on the works of Shere Khan, Islamic Tamia and

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Josie you know, paying his, I spoke with him and he said we can do something but nothing came out of it, but inshallah anyone who needs the mottled part of this, the original motto that one of them has been written in the life of the author, I have it, I will give them to the scholars to study and to translate, if they needed inshallah, I will lend it to them, not give it to them, I will send it to them, and I will take it back, inshallah, once they're done, inshallah, just one, one.

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Are you gonna look for the sheer people around the world?

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And what is the direct message in a nutshell that you want to give the CM Muslim to a unity for the Muslim Shia Muslim in the Sunni Muslim? Those people who talk about the heart, the Badal, muslimeen. And they say that means the Shia and the Sunni is uniting. It is.

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It is a very noble thought.

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But I don't think it's possible. I don't think it's possible that unity is not possible because the foundations are completely different. The foundations want to go I'll give you an example.

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Again, this is a far fetched example, maybe not directly applicable, but to make you understand the point, Gandhi,

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who was the freedom fighter in India, right? He said to Jenna, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

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He said to him once that can we not live together?

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Gandhi said to Muhammad Ali Jinnah, can we not coexist in India like we have for centuries? Can we not live together?

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Jenna, he said, Mr. Gandhi, we cannot live together

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in a democracy, in particular. Why because in a democracy, Hindus will come to power because they're the majority and many Hindus are in power. We cannot live together Why? Because what you worship we eat,

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what you worship, we eat, you're talking about Cal

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Hindus regard cow, as a holy animal, it is, you know, regarded very highly they even use some some of them use even the the droppings of cows on the body and some of them drink, the urine for blessings and things like that. And the cow is regarded very highly Khosla. Cow slaughter is forbidden, prohibited illegal in India today in certain parts of India. Right. So what was the point I'm trying to make here? The point I'm trying to make here is that the people we regard highly in our history, the best models for humanity, for example, the she occurs, then

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the Shia, hate them. So that unity, religious unity, ideological unity is impossible, is impossible. But unity as humans, unity as humans, is possible. If the Shias want to do something good, let's say feed the orphans, not educate them feed them, yet, no problem. We will not allow the shears to educate the orphans, we are often auto financing. I mean, they are orphans, of course they have the choice, right, are orphans, because they will, they will they will teach them their version of Islam, which is not true version according to us. And there's nothing wrong with saying this. This is not enmity to share. This is not hostility to share. We're not hostile to share. We're not saying

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the Shia deserve some punishment or something because the Shia know they want to believe in that. They can believe in what they want. They want to go to Jamaica, they can go to Jamaica, they want to go to jahannam. They can choose your home if they want, right. Likewise us if we want to go to Jamaica when go to Jamaica? insha Allah. If we choose Johanna, more, Jana is our fault. Right? So there's nothing wrong with saying that unity, religious and ideological unity is impossible. Not because we don't want it because it's practically impossible. It's practically impossible. Right?

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So our belief about Allah is different. Our belief about the Prophet is different. Our belief about the best people who walk the planet to us.

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People we see as the best they see as the worst. How are you going to unite?

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You're going to say, when you want to do something, you're gonna say, Oh, my God, I thought he said this. They're gonna say, okay, we don't accept him for what's going to happen.

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So it's very difficult to deny, but we wish them the best.

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Okay, we tell them May Allah guide you, Allah subhanaw taala bring you to the truth. We believe the hacker is with us. The truth is with us because not because we are arrogant or proud, because we have

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come to realize and we are convinced that the Huck is with us. And what you follow is false is a made of religion. It took the Shia people from Kufa from Iraq, about 300 years to come up with this religion. And Islam was complete with the Prophet salallahu salam, Allah told them in the Quran in surah Allah, Allah will leverage on regime a yo Mark modular convener come, but nom de la comunidad de la liga la comunidad latina right? Allah completed Islam, Allah completed Islam and the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, after the Prophet died, no one can add to Islam no one can take away from Islam. But the shields believe that inspiration continued up to the 11th Imam and the truth Imam he

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went into hiding, and it is he still in hiding and he will come out near the end of times. Right. So up to Mr. Hassan al osquery.

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Up to the third century of Islam, inspiration continued.

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When I say inspiration, Deen did not finalize because the Imams are still speaking, the Imams are still making religion. When I say making religion, I mean, the Imams what they say is why as far as the shields are concerned, not

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textually but technically, practically what the amounts say becomes

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the Word of God to the Shias because the Iran the monsoon imams are monsoon they are infallible. So what they say the word is also infallible. Okay, I hope that makes sense. Brother, you had a question? What does that mean? dopher gift gift. Yeah, top five masuria means a gift for the 12 hours.

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A gift for those who believe in 12 months to put it in simple terms. A gift for those so he didn't call it didn't call it

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ages they believe in less humans. Yeah, yeah. And there are others but he didn't he didn't title it so hard for the travelers he didn't see you know, because some of them they were titling the books were okay. Assignment must look

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like some scholars, they call the books with these names. So he wanted to give it as a gift as a present he wanted to be polite to this year. He said please read this as a gift as a present. Yes.

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Very nice. Thank you, we would love to do this to translate into English and shy Yes.

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inshallah, and secondly, May May Allah give us the trophy. And secondly,

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if Allah subhanaw taala was pleased with the Sahaba

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and the sheer to not to leave or to not follow the workings of the sahabas in the curly leaf.

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Would you consider them Israeli Muslims?

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as Muslims, you can see the Muslim is there going against the eye of the Quran? Look, there are

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two major views among Dalai Lama on the one of the Shia, the alarm, the masses, one group of Allah, who are very harsh, they believe that the alarm

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are also disbelievers, because they follow a way which is which which is which is full of ship

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and disbelieving ideas. Right? This is a group of scholars, they believe this right? There is another group of scholars led by shareholders nominal, Jamie and others, that the alarm is not disbelieving. The alarm is giant. So there is also a Belgian from him. You make excuses for the ignorance, you educate them, you don't disarm them, you don't excommunicate them. And this is a valid view, which is held by people actually called Islamic potamia. But the scholars,

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both groups, they regard the scholars as disbelievers because the scholars, they know what they're doing. And they know some of the disbelieving ideas and they still teach them and preach them, knowing well that these ideas cannot be supported from the Koran, scholars of share. Yeah, the scholars of this year Yes, because they claimed that the Imams had invaded. Yes, this belief, for example, goes against the Quran directly with

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out any spin or interpretation, if you do a plain translation of the verses of the Koran, and then you put this translation against the Shia belief, it contradicts directly. There is direct contradiction between some of the Shia beliefs and the Koran.

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So that's why the scholars are seeing them last. Yes. Vision zrt serwaa when he was appointed as governor, but it was humans, of course, that he was Muslim. Yes. Yeah. Okay. No, no, he was a Muslim. When he grew up when he when he was, I don't know, when he accepted Islam? I don't remember. But he was a Muslim. Of course, he wouldn't. We would never be appointed as a governor. If he was not a Muslim.

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So the book in at the time, was it very popular, they made the Shia scholars basically, stop this, or this book was getting stopped this book, yeah, the book that he wrote, it pulled the rug from the feet.

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This is a figure of speech I'm using, right? But it shook the sheer school of thought in India. This book effectively saved hundreds of 1000s of Muslims in India, from Shia influences. In the previous in the introduction of the bookshop, and Aziz writes, there is not a house in India that has not been influenced by Shia thought, therefore, I'm writing this book to deal with that problem, so that people's minds are clear.

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Why are we and

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do we not accept the sheer claims on most things, especially the claim that we are the followers of our debate, and you are the followers of the enemies of our debate? This is a very common

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slogan of the tolu Shia

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scholars and laypeople that we are the followers of the Arab bait the family of the Prophet, the blessitt family of the Prophet, and you are the followers of the enemies. You deal with a satisfactory anyone who read this book, even Russia, you know, there there were Shias who came to the change? To answer not one of them was the father of the famous, the great scholar of India. Siddiq Hassan Khan.

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The wall Cindy custom, Khan's father was born here.

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His father, his grandfather was here, Nawab Sadiq Khan, who became a ruler later on as well in India. I mean, he's I have done a lecture right here in most of the class. Previously on The de casa con, his father converted to alesana

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because of these influences of sharp disease, and people like him,

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because he was alive at the time, he was alive. So this book had a lot of influence in India. And the reason Unfortunately, it doesn't

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exercise that experience today, or that that influence today is because it's not available in the languages that are read far and wide. So there is an English translation do as soon as possible of this work. Insha Allah Thank you so much.