Adnan Rashid – Introducing Tohfa Ithna Ashariyyah – Defending Sahabah #1

Adnan Rashid
AI: Summary © The shia culture in India grew up in the influence of shia rulers on shia students and the rise of shia culture in the United States. The shia schools of thought and their differences are addressed, including the Shia brothers and sisters in humanity and the Shia schools of thought and their influence on shia writing. The shia culture is addressed, including its impact on shia writing, hedge and hedge-related topics, and its importance in protecting worker. The media's actions were used to assert their claim on the death of Holly Brown and the loss of their divorced partner, while the Saudi Arabian government uses warfare and troops to defend their territory.
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Alhamdulillah Iran bailout Amina salatu salam ala rasulillah about altavilla Samir alumina shaytani r rajim Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem, here are you a Latina Armando Oda full of sl makaha? A lot of who dish a pond in the hula comb, or do Moby or Kala Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi salam

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I, I utterly man for Boolean czar, what I ultimately found

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Borderlands are Oh, come on Paul la Salatu Salam

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bispectral brothers and sisters. Today inshallah we will be addressing a very important topic.

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And that topic is

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doubts about the Sahaba spread by

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sheer school of thought.

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Now, this, let me clarify from the beginning is not an exercise, to spread hate, or to criticize a school of thought, or

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to degrade anyone for that matter. Rather, the purpose of this exercise or this lecture today is to share our compassion or love mercy with our brothers and sisters in humanity, primarily the Shia brothers and sisters, and then whoever may be interested in the topic.

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So a lot of the Shia brothers and sisters out there think that others are not evil Juma.

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They hate the debate or they do not truly follow the other bait. and by extension, they hate those who love the bait, ie the Shia.

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This is a huge misconception spread by many proponents on the Shia school of thought.

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We do not hate anyone. We are told to invite people to the will of Allah subhanaw taala with hikmah and mo is a tool Hassan Allah subhanaw taala commanded in the Quran, Allah will live nishitani regimes like mine that are in order Oh Allah Seville Robic, Bill hikmah

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amo Hazleton, Hassan wodeyar, the homebuilding village here,

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we will be discussing this issue in relative depth, we will try our best to cover as much content as possible. There's a lot to cover. Allah, our scholars have written books upon books for the last 1000 years, many books have been written monumental books, in some case, in some cases, way the scholars of Islam have dealt with some of the arguments or Shabbat or doubts raised by the Shia school. With regard to the sanctity of the companions of the Prophet salallahu alaihe salam, there is no doubt that the Shia, they do believe in Allah and his and his messenger.

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But when it comes to the companions of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam, his disciples,

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his direct students, the Shia, and the Sunni, are divided

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on this matter, the Shia take one stance, which is

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that most of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam were simply not trustworthy. And, according to some, they apostatized for from Islam after the Prophet died, and they were not true Muslims. That's why they showed the true colors after the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam passed away after he died. On the other hand, the Sunday school 100

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Some of you will jamaa who are in the majority who are the majority of Muslims today in the world.

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I would say over 80% of the Muslims today are from the other side of the world Juma. They are of the view that without the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu, Alayhi Salaam, there is no Koran and there is no Islam. This is the view. And this view is very consistent with history. For example, think about it, if the character of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Sallam is doubted, then, who transmitted the Quran from the Prophet, we never met the Prophet. We never see we have we have never seen the Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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So how did the Quran come to us? It came to us through the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, they took the Quran from the Prophet, they learned it, they memorized it, they penned it.

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They preserved it, they protected it, and then they gave it to posterity. They gave it to their followers, they students who were tabi own.

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Those who learned directly from the companions of the Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, and then the Tabby rune, gave the Quran in his proform as it was delivered to them by the companions to their students, and then the chain

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reaches us uninterrupted.

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We have about 30 people between us

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and the province of Amazon and depending on what chain you belong to, so there are chains of memorization, coming directly from the progress. To our day, there are a farz memorizers of the Quran, in Egypt, in Saudi Arabia, in Mauritania, in Malaysia, in Pakistan and India, all over the world, in the Muslim world, people who memorize the Quran and they take authority from the teacher, and the teacher took authority from their teachers. And then the line goes back to the Prophet sallallahu ala Prophet Muhammad uninterrupted. And in this line, as Hubbard was all the companions of the Prophet are the most important people because they are the ones who took the time. So even

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the Shia

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today the Quran they read, is the Quran, that that was standardized in its current form by

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Othman being a founder of the Alo and one of the earliest Muslims, one of the earliest companions of the Prophet of Islam, and the son in law, the son in law of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam twice, because of man was married to two of the daughters of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam one after another.

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So he was married to Uncle Tom and Rokia.

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So it was my brother in law unstandardized the Quran. And in the Shia, some of the Shia scholars if they believe or Shia proponents, if they believe that this man was a disbeliever, or more thought, or even

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someone who was possibly one of the worst people to walk the planet according to the Shia view, then why would you read Koran collected by him? Is the question. If I was told today that the Quran came from Kataria Jamia matassa right. or college, I would be worried I would be worried. Right. And there's no doubt that some of the hawara Cora they will Cora they will readers of the Quran reciters of the Quran, okay, and we have reasons to even trust the college.

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But imagine if I was to if I was told that the Quran came from Babu john

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or the Quran came from a bola

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or awkwafina be more eek.

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Imagine some of the biggest enemies of Islam would have Could I have any confidence in the Quran?

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Do I have any reasons to have confidence in the Quran? So how can I share how can I can Archie our brothers and sisters have confidence in Dr. Ahn which was in his current form preserved collected transmitted by Rothman when a family alone and his committee part of which was alumina Vitaly thankfully.

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So today we will be talking about these issues. And why this issue in particular, we have a text in front of us.

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And this text is known as top five

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Now, Sharia this book or this

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Compendium or this encyclopedic encyclopedic book was written by a scholar named Sha, Abdulaziz bin. sha Allah Mencia, Abdur Rahim.

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And Chavez was born in 1745 in Delhi in a very chaotic time. So in a very chaotic period, this was the period this was a time in the Mughal Empire was in sharp decline in India.

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And about six years before sharp disease was born Delhi, the center of Muslim power in India, was devastated by a Persian invasion.

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This invasion was led

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by a man called Nadia Shah, who was the ruler of Persia. And he had decided to attack the Mughal Empire because it was already weakened by attacks internally. So, Nadia Shah saw an opportunity to get rich, very fast. He had an army and he knew the moguls are not able to confront him, he attacked India, and he devastated the city of Delhi, and he became a rich beyond his imagination. beyond his imagination, there are reports that he picked up so much gold and silver and so much

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you know, treasure from daily that they were Campbell loads of these things heading towards Persia, from Delhi to Persia, including the peacock throne, famous peacock throne,

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which had the Kohinoor diamond in it, the mountain of light diamond, which is today found where where is it found? Where is it today?

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Muslims Mashallah. Where is it?

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Where is it?

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In the crown, the crown the Queen of England, where's today Queen Elizabeth the Second, the Kohinoor diamond is found in the crown. It is one of the most expensive diamonds in the history of humanity. Because of its size, unfortunately, it was reduced more than half in size by Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria.

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Because it was it was not cut properly. So when they cut it, they reduced it into less than half. Unfortunately, what you find today is less than half of the coin diamond. And it has a very huge history. And if you want to read the history of this particular diamond, how many hands it exchanged and where it went and how it came and where it came and how it came. You need to read William Dalrymple book, The Kohinoor diamond. He has written recently it was published less than a year ago this book, and the details are there. So cut the long story short part of this planner. This treasure, which Nadia Shah had looted from Delhi was the diamond, which was of course studied into

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the throne it will call the peacock throne. It was made by Sharjah Han one of the most more powerful Mughal emperors. So he became rich and childless. He was born Six years later,

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in the house of Sharla Dalloway, who was already an established scholar in Delhi showered EULA was one of the greatest scholars who ever lived in the Indian subcontinent. He produced unique works in India, he pioneered the study of Hades in India, how these sciences were neglected in India. In India, scholars of Islam were mainly into studying logic, mathematics, medicine, philosophy, and fick.

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In particular, the Hanafi Fiqh, right. But the size of Hadith was

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neglected for a very long time, although there were some scholars of Hades, but they did not pioneer the science of Hades as did showery would love to have this data we refer to lolly, so shall Will you LA, born in Delhi, realized that there is a lack of the understanding of the science of Hades in the Indian subcontinent. So when he was a young man, he traveled to Hejaz, he traveled as a young man in his late 20s in 1731

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The father of chandeliers He is the man we are discussing today. He traveled to Hejaz to seek some knowledge and he sought the knowledge of Hades. Within 14 months he was able to cover chunky volumes of Hades with scholars, and he took authority from them in Hades. And he brought back this knowledge to India and subsequently wrote books on the science of Hades, and commentaries on Hades for example, there's a very famous commentary on that motto of Imam Malik written by Sharia law title and Massawa and almost one in Persian one in the Arabic language so that he can introduce another view in the Indian subcontinent because the Hanafi school was very rigid and the Hanafi scholars in

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India were extremely rigid. So, he deliberately wrote a commentary on wapa of Mr Malik to introduce the HANA fees of India to another view based upon Hudis. So this was a new beginning in India and shark disease, who was also had this moment this is a scholar of Hades, someone who has mastered the sciences of Hades for example, Elmer Rizal, dariah via and lol, you name it, he had mastered the sciences, because because of his father. So shadowless is born in 1745 was taught primarily by his father, and he talks about his father with upmost respect and an honor. His father was his role model like shower you lost father was his role model. So Sharla put a lot of stress in teaching his

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children he had four sons, the eldest was Abdul Aziz, the man we are talking about and Sharla died in 1762.

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leaving his son behind, who was at that time about 17 years old, and shot disease Upon the death of his father took over from his father and started to teach the fear and Hades in Delhi, while Delhi is under attack on daily basis, monthly basis. Every year something new is happening, another armies invading daily because this century the 18th century was a chaotic century for the Muslims of India, in particular, if not for all Indians, definitely for the Muslims of India, this was a chaotic period. And one of the most important developments took place in the time of Sheldon Aziz, when he was growing up in Delhi, the Shia had gained a lot of influence in the Indian politics, because of

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because of a state that was governed by Iranian.

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She has, she also had come from Iranian background, and this state was called the state of ours. And the capital was Lucknow. And this is where the she has had accumulated a lot of power, a lot of influence. And they were they were using their influence to change things in Indian politics. And this is why showering a lot when he wrote a letter to the king of Afghanistan and Machar inviting him to come to India to protect the Muslims against all these threats to people he talked about in particular in this letter

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were safdarjung, who was the ruler of our the sheer ruler of ours, and the other one was a chart

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leader or jot ruler, Hindu jot ruler, his name was

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sewerage model. So these are the two people who complained about in this letter written to the king of Atlantis, Don machale. And the letter can be found in

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a collection which is unfortunately it's only you know, do you cannot get it in the English language, but subsequently, we hope that someone will inshallah translate these words into the English language. So Sharla had all done all this work. So I son inherited these problems. When he grew up in Delhi, the Shia had grown in influence and the general of the Mughal army, the remaining mobile army was none other than a man called Najaf alikhan. Naja Valley Han, he was the general of the Mughal army, and he was the most powerful man

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in Delhi, as well as possibly in North India, because he was the the general he was the leader of the Mughal army.

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Thank you.

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not every hand was a problem politically, and he was causing a lot of problems with the surrounding Alomar a lot of the Sunday calama were being killed or were being assassinated in mystery.

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various circumstances. One of them was miza mother, Johnny Johnson, who was a Sufi, Sufi inclined, Muslim scholar in Delhi, with a large following, he was killed, assassinated in mysterious circumstances. And one thing that was clear about him was that he would criticize the Shia influence growing your influence in politics, and in theology. So shadow xizhou was still growing and seeing all the circumstances take place. And he realized, because of the political influence of the Shia school, because of the political power, the Shia held in India, the school became very popular among the masses as well, a lot of the people, you see if the ruler belongs to a particular school of

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thought, and he wants to promote it, through his power, his money, his influence, it is easy for him to do so. Right. And it so happens in history, when unable to talk about his theory that when people are politically dominated or militarily dominated, it is very easy or very likely for them to follow the culture of the dominator, right, or the culture of the the the victor if you like, Okay, so this is what we'll do talked about in his

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book, as well as as a as a social philosophy, what happens when nations are occupied, when nations are dominated when nations are subdued, they very often follow the culture, or the religion, or the ways of the dominant power, like what happened during the British Raj, when Britain was governing India, it influenced the people so much that the people took off the mobile clothing. And they started to put on British clothing to mix into the powerful circles to to get acceptance from what we call a simulation. So the Indians became anglicised, right? They started to dress like the English, they started to speak the English language, they abandon the Persian language, and the

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Arabic tradition, even the Hindus back in the day used to learn the Persian language to get better jobs. Right. But that had changed now, because Britain had come to power in India, English language was promoted systematically promoted by the government. And that meant the Hindus in the Muslim now had to adopt the English culture and the language and clothing that came with it. And lo and behold, we have what we have today. Right? So

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this is this is exactly what's happening. And because he is growing up in Delhi, he was worried about this situation, that sheer influence is has entered every single home, if not in Delhi, generally North India, and he was quite worried about the situation. So what he did was he planned to write a book to protect the Sudanese, or to protect the

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Nativity drama, and the theological sense of

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how can I put it superiority, if you want to call it right, or

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to satisfy them theologically, that your view or what you follow is the Huck is the truth. And any doubts spread by the Shia brothers and sisters can be easily answered. Right. And nowhere did shotgun Aziz promote sectarian violence or killing of each other. Rather, he wrote an academic book

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to clarify the position of the evil Jamaat and then this book was completed in 1780. To be precise, the year was 17, etc. Okay, when shall the disease was almost

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How old was he, if he was born in 1745 35?

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He was 35 years old, a lot of sharp disease at the time at this time, was nearly 35. To 35. Yeah, 1780 when the book was complete, right. So he was nearly 35 years old when he had completed this book. And let me tell you something, something about this book, this book is so powerful.

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It fell as as a thunderbolt on the heels of India, in particular, and the Shias of the world in general. Right. So shaken. Were the shears of India by this book, that some of the rulers who are very powerful with the lottery of money, had put aside 10,000 rupees one of them, one of the rulers, he had put aside 10,000 rupees, you know what that meant in the end

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In the in the 18th century,

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we're not talking about 10,000 rupees Indian or Pakistani today, it's worth nothing. 10,000 is like 100 pounds today, right? Unfortunately, but in the 18th century 10,000 rupees could buy you buy you an estate, you could buy an estate, you can you can buy large chunks of land, possibly a small country with 10,000 rupees, right? This is how much how much money, it was at that time, it was a lot of money, it was a lot of money. If you have seen those silver rupees from the Mughal period, in the 18th century, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. So 10 grams of silver multiplied by 10,000. Think about it. So that's a lot of money at that time. Okay, so one of the Shia rulers, he

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put aside 10,000 rupees for any Shia scholar, whether Iranian, Persian, or stuffy, or Indian, to write a response to

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external Sharia, write a response to it. And 25 responses were attempted

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25 responses. And according to the Sunni scholars, none of them satisfactory enough for them to even treat it seriously. Right. And you can only realize what I'm talking about when you actually read the book. Okay, unfortunately, the book is only available in Persian, the original language it was written in, because it was meant for the elite in India, the elite language in India at the time in the 18th century was the Persian language. So that's why Shah Abdulaziz wrote it in a language that was understood by the elite so that they can not be influenced enough into Shia Islam to fall into Shia Islam. Because there there were entire states fell into here in Thai states. One of the states

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is Ron Paul. Ron Paul became a Shia state in the 19th century, purely because some women from the state from the royal family had adopted the the sheer religion or the Shia view on Islam. And then they were able to influence the Nawab the ruler of the kings by the love and compassion and what we call in the quality will do a dying you know, right.

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How would you translate a dime into English language?

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seduction you can call it seduction. Yeah. So some of the rule rulers of this state this state, ironically, you wouldn't believe this. The founder of the state of Rambo, Rambo in his in a in a region of India called or hailed rohilkhand was actually governed by pashtoon baton rulers, okay. And one of the first rulers of this state was a man called half his Ramadan, houses Ramadan had written a book in a reputation of the Shia because the influence was growing in the 18th century. So he had to he had written a book to refute

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the Shia school of thought. And he wrote a history of the costumes as well, side by side in this very book. The book is titled philosophy and sub philosophy and sob, it is a history of the costumes. And within the history of the costumes, he has put down refutation of the Shia school of thought, right. And then ironically, some of his descendants later on, they ended up becoming here. This is how strong the influence was. This is how some of the powerful elite were turning to the Shia school of thought in India. That's why Chavez is realized that something has to be done, something must be done. And he wrote this book called tafa, ethna, Sharia and it was poorly

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researched shark disease. One of the unique features of this book is that he thoroughly studied the books on the shelf school of thought, there are major books written by the major scholars, primarily the books of the Shia Hadith. And by the way, before I continue, let me explain the the Shia Hadith

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is to be found in four books. And they call alkota will Alba, okay, the four books, right? And what are they all caffi

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Written by

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Mohammed bin Yaqoob alkylating.

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And that is the most important book for the Shia school of thought. The Shia theology, the Shia fick is based upon al kafi but it's taken from a book called coffee and then there is Malaya refer K. There is a list of SAR and there is a TA D. These are the four books of the sheer school of thought all coffee is the most

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Most important one, and then the Sunni also not evil Gemma, we have saharsa Okay. Bukhari Muslim without Timothy even my nasai and even larger right and some even add more Imam Malik in fact shower you lot was of the opinion that Mr Malik should be part of the Sahaja or not. So, there is this valid opinion amongst all of them on the scene there should be given precedence over immunomodulator.

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this shows you that she a source of knowledge on Hades on theology on Fiq is different to the Sunni sources. The Sunni is primarily take the Sunnah, that's why we call Sunday's an Asana to all jamara what is Sona? Sona is the tradition of the Prophet salallahu salam, which is delivered by the prophet to his companions. So it is the companions of messenger of Allah sallallahu Sallam who tell us what the prophet date said and agreed to. Okay, that is Sunnah. What he did said and agreed to. Okay, on the other hand, the shear school traces back its

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tradition to primarily to Imams, not even not the Prophet. Listen carefully now, not the Prophet sallallahu sallam, not his companions. Not even.

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Not even I live in a pilot, who then two imams mainly Imam Mohammed Al Baraka and Mr. Jaffer, Assad. These two imams are the main sources of Shia theology as they claim. And in due course, we will see why that claim is actually not worthy of much attention. Right? When our Shia brothers and sisters again, when I use the term Shia brothers and sisters, this means we want to share our love and compassion and mercy with our brothers and sisters. There are people out there who genuinely want to listen, they want to know the differences, they want to understand the differences. And this lecture is a gesture of compassion, mercy, and love, we have no hate to hear, we only have love and

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compassion to share. So, you must understand that this is not an exercise to spread hate and discontent. Rather, this is an exercise of love and compassion and mercy. So please, my brothers and sisters,

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those who are listening, take this lecture in that spirit, not in a spirit of trying to spread

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division or more antagonism between the two communities because there is a there has been a lot of sectarianism. Unfortunately, especially in places like Pakistan,

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where a lot of killing has taken place. And we really, really, we condemn that killing from the depth of our heart, we don't want any innocent people dying anywhere on the planet, let alone You know, you know, we don't even want animals to die, let alone Let alone humans. Our messenger sallallahu wasallam has forbade us from such things. So, this is something to open our hearts towards each other, so that we can listen to each other carefully inshallah to Allah.

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our Shia brothers and sisters in humanity when they claim

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that we follow the other bait

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and the way of the debate is better than the way of the companions or messenger or loss of allies alone. This is a very erroneous idea. It cannot be substantiated in the light of historical evidence, let me very quickly explain what I mean by that and show Abdulaziz in this book talks about it. In fact, I will talk about it when when the time comes in sha Allah tala in due course in the lecture. So, this book was written. For that reason, as I have already explained the historical background, a lot of homes, powerful families, a lot of the Indian Muslims had been influenced by Shia school of thought, and Shia philosophy and Shia thinking and she arguments and she shewhart

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doubts spread about the sanctity of the Saba a sobre su de la known as mine. This is one of the reasons why shower you love or wrote a book

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titled is Allah tala Yvonne? hella chill?

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shower you love this movie. He wrote this book title is our authority via a law removing of the veil

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from the helaba of Dada. So he wrote this very powerful book to remove doubt, a cast, cast it by, you know, but she has school of thought in India, from

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the love of aboubaker Omar, an off man, you're low on home. And then Joe zhambyl diseases son wrote this book to fight naturally, I believe it actually is one of the best treatments in

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the history of Islam of the school of thought she has school of thought, you may be shocked to hear this now.

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There are many books that were written before it.

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There were many books that were written after it. But this book stands as a monument to this day.

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And she has scholars tried to respond, respond to it in the 19th century primarily. And as I said, 25, nearly 25 responses were written on this book, one particular book, I really would like you to read on this topic. And it is written by a Shia historian from India. His name is his name is Dr. Abbas Ridley. He has written

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a book on sharp diseases life. It is a biography of diseases life. And

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some part of the book is on the biography, the history of the disease, his birth, his education, his circumstances. And most of the book is basically on top five, Nigeria. So to be fair, you should go and read that book as well as to what a Shia historian had to say about this book. And he talks about all the responses written by Shia scholars on this particular book, this book is available online, you can find it after a bass Rizvi, and the book is titled sharp disease Okay, Google it and you will find the book inshallah Tada, and this book is written on this personality and on this book, so, it talks about in detail who wrote the response, where it was written and what was the

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response to the response, okay. So, what it does is want to wanted what do you want to achieve from this particular book, he made it very clear in the preface that the school the sheer thinking has spread all over North India, and it has become indispensable for me to treat this topic. And for this reason, I write the book to protect the Muslims from any further deviation. So this was a very comprehensively researched book. Now, some people prefer Min hajus or not have shepell Islam he wrote a Mia, which was a response to a Shia scholar, who had written a book called manhandled kurama men huddled around kurama was written by a man called Evelyn moto her double motor, Haley, okay.

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Evelyn Mopar, Haley had written this book for the ruler of Afghanistan with a Mongol who had adopted the Shia school as his way and to satisfy him, improve upon her had written that book, and a copy of that book came to scheffel Islam it will Tamia Tamia, tamale, he started to write a response which ended up in four volumes, man, * Sana, very rich, of very beneficial and a very powerful book nada, but the slope of that book is different to Nigeria. That book was a response to a particular scholar tofa is a general treatment of the Shia school and his history. So what does Chavez's do in this book, what is his slew? You will see from the content I will read the content very quickly, so

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that you understand what direction sharp villas he took

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in this regard, okay. So chapter number one is about the Shia school

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and the D,

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the diversion within the Shia school or not, how can I put that not diversion? Sorry.

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How can I put it?

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What's the word for that is completely miss my mind.

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Diversity, sorry, that's the word diversity within the sheer school. So there are many, many philic. So sharp the disease extensively discusses the history

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of the Shia school, when it was formed, how it was formed, who formed it, where did the thinking come from? For example, He talks about the farecard Serbia, Serbia are the follows

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London Saba, this is a very contentious issue among the Sunni and the Shia. Some of the Sudanese erroneously attribute the entire Shia school to Abdullah bin Saba, which is a mistake. Okay? Like there is a notion among the Sudanese very famous, very commonly held notion that there is a Golem Ahmed qadiani died in the toilet, you must have heard this. Have you heard this? Yes, you heard this right. It's a very commonly held view among the Sudanese erroneously, let me burst your bubble. It is not true even according to the works of Chef allama Hassan Eliza here who had written a book titled al qadiani in the Arabic language, and it had been translated into the English language and

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we'll do language. In that book, a llama clarifies that this notion that he died in the toilet is actually a fabrication is not true. Rather, he gives a reference from Morocco Lama, Matt qadiani son, who stated that his father died in diarrhea, in diarrhea in the sense that he basically relieved himself next to the bed and he fell on the bed and he died in that state. So this is how he died. There is truth to that, and we have a testimony of the son of Mills of allama Kalyani, but some people extended that and made the story of that he died in the toilet. Okay, which is we should be we are a people of justice. Some of you will jamaa we must state facts as they are okay. So some

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people they attributed the put the entire school in the basket of Abdullah bin sama. No, this is a mistake. Somebody didn't make this year. So maybe he was one of those people who came up with some of the ideas, no doubt, like such as such as cursing this album, cursing the Sahaba he was the first person who started cursing the companions of the Messenger of Allah sallallahu sallam, which was a very audacious thing to do. He had an audacity to start doing that.

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of the Lia c zero here, well, Basil here are camellia Maria Jana here by Ania masuria Mamma Mia, Maria, but Vidya Fabia, so all of the Spirit, and diversity is within the Shia school. Chagas disease goes into every single one of them, and dismantles it, and explains the reasons of his format formation, where where they came from, what were what were the influences? And what are the reasons for the attribution to certain names, right. So the second chapter, it goes to discuss how some of the Shia scholars

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scholars, write books, and put webs you know, how, what is the web?

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What is the web? a trap, right? What is a fisher fisherman? You know, those people article, fisherman

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It's called, it's called putting a net for fish trying to catch fish, or putting your web. Okay, web is usually done by the spider. Right? Okay. So shark disease in chapter two, he talks about some of the ways

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she has, she has scholars have used historically, and he gives evidences, he's not talking just because he thinks these things are there. He is giving evidences some of the ways some of the Shia scholars have used to attract people to the Shia school of thought. And some of these ways are very deceptive.

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Very, very disingenuous. And,

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and some of the ways as you can see from the

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so sometimes they make a claim against the Sony's and the Sony's are to be found

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ignorant of the faith, or ignorant of the theology.

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They realize that there is ignorance there. So they start to throw things at you. Because you they know you're not able to answer those questions. They will throw things at you, to attract you towards the Shia school, and Iran. Ironically, some of those views are held by themselves. And this is exactly what shocker. Aziz writes in this book in these in this huge chapter, and how many ways he calls them Kade Kade. What is the translation of Cade in the English language? Trick? Trick plot plot. Kate like Allah subhanaw taala says in the Quran indicate the shape Barney, Canada. Okay Kate is a plot is a trick

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So, shark disease when he writes in the Persian in the original book, he titles them cage number one, k the number two, cage number three cage number 456. How many k? How many 100 is seven? Allahu Akbar 107 ways plots tricks. strategies are stratagems used by the Shia scholars to attract ignorant Sudanese to the school and you will find many ignorance on these falling into the trap 1000s fell into the trap when Shargel Aziz was alive. And when he realized what the * is going on, he decided that he must do something about it. So he spent a lot of his time a lot of hard work to write this book to protect the Muslims and will lie if you look at the headings, the titles, you

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will know exactly what I'm talking talking about. case number one, trick number one, assume knotty well Java.

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They consider a lot of data particle. Particle wajib is what someone who abandons obligations, right, and the details can be read in the book.

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also notable Juma they came number two, I'm reading them in order right? How shall disease titled them? I'll assume that you will jamaa they consider God a sinner that God commits sins, or God makes mistakes along the way. And then shall do these talks about this, that they themselves in the sheer books, there are reports that suggest that God makes mistakes, not in our books, there's nothing like that in our books. But sometimes the Shia scholars had twisted some of the some of the reports are found in our books. And they put them across in a twisted way that the ignorant Sudanese are completely baffled. Because they have never Firstly, they have never read that report before. Most

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of these are like that. Unfortunately, most of them is they haven't read the, the sources carefully. They haven't if they have read them, they haven't read them carefully. They simply don't know how to respond to respond to some of these

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tricks, or questions.

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strategy or plot number three,

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under some notable Gemma, they claim that Allah can do

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so the details, I'm not giving the details. I'm giving you examples. For example,

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plot number 48. I'm reading them randomly so that you know how champion Aziz is talking about these plots used by Shia scholars to bring some reason to Shia Chisholm. port number 48. He talks about his many Sunni Messiah, many Sunni scholars became Shia, you must have heard this claim. You must have like you see a lot of the times Christians using this strategy. Christian missionaries, right. Ex Muslim. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, you see this man on YouTube who suddenly appears from out of the blue out of nowhere, ex Muslim, comes becomes Christian. You must have seen this before right? There was this guy who recently died of cancer. His name was Nabila Qureshi, Nabeel Qureshi. And he used this

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card so much that some people became sick of it. Even Christians started to criticize him and asked him to stop using this card of ex Muslim because you're not ex Muslim. He was actually called the earning.

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He was qadiani.

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Okay, and he was using this card ex Muslim became Christian. And there are videos with hundreds of 1000s of hits. Right. And then likewise, some Shia brothers and sisters have done the same, right. There is a channel called our bait channel. I don't know if you've seen it. Right. And they have few interviews on YouTube of ex Sudanese. Yeah, actually became Shia. And they are being interviewed.

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They're being interviewed. Why did you leave SUNY school? Why did you come to here? And voila, he one of them. I had interviewed personally, one of those interviews, I can at least talk about one person who was interviewed it. It was a sister who became Shia, okay.

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And I met her in Norway, where Norway.

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I was there for for an event and this sister came up to me and she asked me that she is married to

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a Shia brother.

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her family is not accepting it. So I asked her to leave

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Listen to your family, okay? Because some scholars even have given fatwa that it is not allowed for a Shia man to get married to a Sunni woman and vice versa, okay.

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Why? Because the problems that may appear in the children, the confusion, it may cause, right.

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this sister spoke to me.

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And she said that I have now married him, and I told her, that sister, he will try to convert you and you will convert, you will convert she said No way. I will never, ever leave my school. I will never, ever leave the religion of my ancestors, my forefathers as fine, but Mark my words. Lo and behold, five years later, the same sister appears on an interview, being interviewed by the debate channel as an excellent

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and when I spoke to her, she had no idea about what Sunday school is about. If someone who doesn't know anything about the Sunday school, or suddenly arguments or Sony view on Islam, how can you even call them excellent? Right as it so this was, this is the problem is like Nabeel Qureshi claiming to be ex Muslim. And he was hardly Muslim, right? He was qadiani. He was a comedy, right? And by the majority of Muslim scholars, their view is that these are not Muslims, they can call themselves Muslims, they have the right to do so they can call them themselves what they like, but according to the majority of the Sunni scholars, they have given this fatwa, the AMA, these are not Muslims,

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because of believing in another prophet. In order for you to be a Muslim, you have to believe that Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. salatu salam was the last messenger of God, he was the last prophet of Allah. And if you believe there was another prophet after him, then you cannot be a Muslim, as simple as not spreading hate, or instigating violence or sectarianism. No, it is stating facts. Muslim scholars believe that anyone who believes in another prophet after Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, he is simply not a Muslim by definition. Now those people can claim it is the choice the life they can claim it, but the reality is what I stated. Okay, so likewise, someone who had no idea

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about Sunday school, or Sunni religion or Sunni view on Islam, and then suddenly you you see them as Shia because they weren't married to Was she a woman or a Shia man, then it cannot be you It cannot be said that all x Sony. So

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plot number 48 Chagas disease discusses that this is one of the ways to deceive the sun is that so and so's corner became Shere Khan and there is no reality in it. There's no reality. And there are some people like that today. There's there's this person called the Johnny, Johnny who claims to be next to me and a scholar, right. And he was confronted by shape of man or commies in one of the debates. And you can watch these debates in the Arabic language on YouTube. They are they are called almanzora, almaraz, radomes, takala, Masato tequila, if you type that almost tequila debates in YouTube, you will get these debates between chef of Marvel Comics, and some of the Shia scholars.

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And one of them was this man called tijjani, who claim to be an attorney and see what happened to him in the debate how he was confronted, and, in my opinion, completely refuted. So this was the second chapter, where shark disease talks about plots and stratagems of some Shia scholars to attract gullible or, you know, simple Sudanese, or ignorance on these two Shia Islam.

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Then chapter number three is about the predecessors of the Shia, you know, what they were, who they were, where they came from, who started the movement, and what it became from chapter four is very, very unique. And this is one of the best features of this book.

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Chapter Four, and it talks about the isnaad

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and the types of is not in the shear books. What were the four books I mentioned?

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I'll coffee, Malaya, the roof Aki LSR a TA D, these four books and mainly reports in them come from two individuals, right. Who are they? Mr. Mohammed Al Barker? And Imam Jaffa sodic. Okay, now, this is what shotgun Aziz talks about in chapter

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as to who are the people who are narrating from the Imams. So when our Shia brothers or sisters claim that we are followers of the debate is a very beautiful claim.

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Like the Christians claim that we are the true followers of rissalah salon Jesus Christ, yes. So it's an amazing claim. It's a beautiful claim. We are the true followers of Sri salam, Jesus Christ. And then when you when we ask them, when you say you are the followers of Isa salam, where is your evidence for that?

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How do you substantiate that claim? And they point to the Gospels. They point to the Gospels. And when we scrutinize the Gospels, we come to realize that they are highly doubtful. We don't reject them in thought, in totality, we are not extremists. We don't reject them in totality. Likewise, the Shia school and the literature found within the Shia books, we don't reject it in totality, there is truth there. Definitely, there's truth there. But the majority is false.

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majority is false. And this is the point. Sharp disease substantiates supports in this chapter that all of these men

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and if not all, the overwhelming majority of them are either a bunch of liars

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or a bunch of heretics or a bunch of monarchical

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and if not one of these three things, then McGraw Hill, there are no

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there are hundreds of reports in a coffee. Some one narrates from Mr. Mohammed on Barker or Mr. Java sodic.

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And is it is Julian

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Rajan in

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Abu Abdullah. Okay. So it is narrated from a man that, Abdullah, the question is, who is this man in the chain? Who is this man in the chain? No one knows. No one. Even the sharp scholars don't know who the man is.

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They don't know when you ask the Who's the man who when a coffee narrates from Mr. Mohammed Al Barker, or Imam Jafar? sodic. Yeah. And he attributes an aeration to one of them. And the man who is actually reporting from the Imams is either unknown. Or one of these people, for example, a shamble saw him. One of the underwriters. Hey, Charmaine, how come? Or Laura,

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you these are some of the names right. If these names are not there, then simply you will find Anwar Julian. Okay. Or Colorado.

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And Avi Abdullah. Okay. Follow Roger. And I'll be Abdullah. Right. A man said that Abdullah said there's another there's another apparently law law cover. So if we don't know who the man is in the middle of the chain, we call such reports What?

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No, monka monka. Okay. Moncada means there is a man missing in the chain, a man I'm known as a man missing, as far as we are concerned, a man unknown in the chain is a man missing. There is not one report in Sahih al Bukhari and Sahih Muslim or the rest of the four, four collections, right? In all the six books Sasa, there is not one report, which has a man missing in it.

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It is not considered, you know, I'm happy to put that report in his collection on June yet, or unless they clarified unless they clarified that this is not trustworthy. This report is mukava. If this is clarifying that this report is mokaba, we don't need to accept it. It is only there for information purposes, right? But it's not trustworthy. We cannot trust it because the man is unknown. So what happens if the man is unknown? Our testimony, the witnesses are known. That witness is not a witness. Right? So how

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are our Shia brothers and sisters following the bait? If that is the condition, and with regard to the men who are actually mentioned, who narrate from the amounts overwhelming majority of them have been condemned by the Imams themselves there are contradict that. You know, first of all, the issue of Mr. Raja is a joke is a joke in the shield school, in the sense that there's hardly anything on it. You know, like we have compendiums upon companions,

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giving us the history of

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All right. We have for example, books written by Roger Ross Kalani, I mean,

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for the young ones is the narrator's in this Yes. The what I say Mr. Rizal, I mean, the history of the men who narrated the Hadees from the Sahaba. And then therefore it was their followers. We have almost half a million biographies or many, half a million biography biographies preserved to preserve what the Sunnah of the messenger are lots of lies.

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So there are hundreds of 1000s of biographies of men that have been preserved for the purpose of preserving a simple report from Russell Russell, for example on report, Lola

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Lola and Ashoka amati, la matambi, Slovak and Dr. Lisa, look at this report. Rasulullah. Musa said that if it was not difficult for my oma, I would have commanded them to do cevok in the coleslaw with every single Salah right and this is a very simple report about brushing your teeth. Even this report has a chain and each individual in the chain is known to us by the histories written by our scholars of these men, we know exactly who they are, what they did, where they lived, and why they are trustworthy. When it comes to Shia Riyal, elmora jar there is no major work like that there are very few books on here in Moraga and even they are very scanty, very contradictory and very

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problematic. For example, one of them is very famous Reginald Kashi. In regional Kashi, you have reports where imams are praising people like champagne, how come a sham and silent and Murata and then there are other reports where they say May Allah curse a sham male la costura and will curse the family as Raja for attribute in lies to us now we asked them which was which reports are the right ones? Which reports Do we need to trust which are the ones where the Imams are cursing the narrator's or where the Amanda saying okay take take the reports from them. So pownal Allahu Akbar. So how are we following the bait? How are you following the debate my brothers and sisters, we want

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to fall out of bed. Now let me tell you who is following donabate we are following the other base. We assume that you will Jamal now we have reports from Alibaba we pilot in our literature in Buhari there are more reports in Bukhari and Muslim then there are from obachan aroma salon.

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There are more reports in Bukhari from Alibaba with Polly rhodiola one who is the topmost man in the alphabet according to your view.

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Then there are from Omar and Abu Bakar rhodiola Anima

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there are more reports in fact, Hutch

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Hutch what is how much this

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is a pillar of Islam

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Are you getting bored

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I haven't even come on to the to the issues of the Saba yet okay, but this this these details are very important. It's very important knowledge. We all need to have it very quickly inshallah we're gonna move on to Obamacare as well in general to talk about defending our worker Abubakar Ilan according to the then you will know the true value of this book we are discussing today.

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So, hedge is the fifth or the fourth pillar of Islam depending on which report

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he said Boolean Islam Allah Hampson Shahada, the Allied ILO under Mohammed rasoolullah weicon, Salah white Isaiah God, while hydroforming Ramadan or wasabi Ramadan or Hajj depending on which report, but Hajj is one of the pillars of Islam

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and the best Hadees on Hajj.

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The lengthiest, the most detailed Hadees one hatch on the pillar of Islam is inspiring Muslim and is few pages right and who is narrating

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who is reading?

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No, no.

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It is Mr. Mohammed Al Barker actually among Java sodic it is a mom Java sodic the rating from his father Mohammed ibaka and Mohammed Al Barker, the rates from Java one of the law,

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one of the companions or the loss of the license.

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And it is the best and the lengthiest hobbies are hedge

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and the most detailed one.

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We are the fall followers of out of date. We follow

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the other beta

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And when something is authenticated from the debate, we do not ask questions.

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But among the debate, people who narrate must be learned in the field. Because we don't believe that debate we're

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infallible like the Shia brothers and sisters believed that the Imams amounts from the other bait were Muslim. They were including people like Mr. Mohammed wilbarger. And Mr. Jaffer sada the reason why we take reports on women jofra sodic and Mr. Mohammed Al Baraka, and Hassan and Hussein an aliquot of volume because we know they will learn it. They worked hard in learning the Senado progress analyzer, but those who came afterwards, we don't have much information from them because they were not known as more underseen or fuqaha. They were known not known as public teachers. Among Java sodic was known as a public teacher. He taught in fact, some reports are there that he was one

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of the teachers of Imam Abu hanifa.

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He was one of the teachers of Malala and other I'ma because are some notable Java Juma the Imams and our teachers or our Imams, they considered them worthy of learning from them worthy of being teachers.

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They didn't think they were Muslim. So in chapter four shopgirl, Aziz talks about the isnaad. The status of the rich are the men who generate from the Imams the debate, and he proves that these people who are in the meeting from the ahlulbayt are a bunch of liars or a bunch of heretics or unknown people, unknown individuals, so we can't really trust them.

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chapter by chapter Z's talks about

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theology, the sheer theology and the akiza, about a lot about the Quran about a whole lot and how they differ with the mainstream Allison that you will demand.

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Chapter Six, he talks about believing in the prophets, and Prophethood. So how the Shia brothers and sisters and the scholars disagree with and assume that you will Jamal on the issue of prophethood and work abroad, chapter number seven is on the concept of imama concept of a mama. Okay, Mama, is the core of our differences with the Shia brothers and sisters. You have to understand this here. What is our main difference with the Christians?

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Where do we differ?

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And the last the biggest issue is

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the big biggest issue is should

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shake is the biggest thing, right? Everything else comes afterwards. Shake is the biggest problem. They claim that Isa is allowed is a law is God.

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Right? He is the third person or one of the persons in the Trinity. And Allah condense this in the Koran. Likewise, the issue with the Shia brothers sisters, we have is the concept of a mama, they have come up with this concept called Mama. And there is no evidence in the Koran for the concept. What is the concept that there are 12 imams.

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Okay, every single one of them is Muslim.

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Okay, and the moms are appointed by a law.

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Okay. So these are some of the differences we have. The details are in the book of shower, you shop the disease to Nigeria, and you have to see what he has to say on this topic. I'm not going to go into that. That's another lecture in itself and we cannot possibly discuss all of that. So a mama or a mama is the main issue. So we ask our brothers she our brothers and sisters in humanity, or you ask them simply to give us evidence on Docker on direct evidence. If the concept of concept of karma is so important that our salvation or success in the hereafter depends on it, then we need clear evidence. Is there evidence in the Quran for tawheed? Yes. Is there evidence for rissalah? Yes. Is

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there evidence for the sanctity of the Sahaba? Is there evidence for following the Sunnah? Where is the evidence for de concept of Imam in the Quran?

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There is nothing and all the verses they try to bring forward have been refuted have been dealt with by shank disease and other people but sharp diseases treatment is very, very powerful. So you have to read the book, consult the book

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and then

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Chapter Z's

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in the same chapter deals with the reports, I had these with regards to Mr. Billa. Fossil,

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the issue of a mama, mama, Bella fossil.

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And he goes on to discuss some of the verses of the Quran as well.

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And then chapter eight talks about where

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the Shia school has gone against the honor debate. Okay, many matters pertaining to aqeedah and Fiq. The Shia school has directly gone against the other day, and it gives examples.

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And then

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chapter nine is about ficky matters where the shields have differed with talking with humans and genes.

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He talks about this in chapter seven. Now, Chapter 10, which is what we're going to deal with here chapter 10. Sharp disease deals with the shabiha the doubts, the Shia school, or Shia brothers and sisters or Shia scholars bring up with regards to the companions of the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam

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in general, and in particular against the whole alpha

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alpha, alpha alpha caulipower regime. Okay. Mr. Othman and then the doubts they bring about I shall do low on how the attacks the launch against I shall have the law or other companions of the Messenger of Allah says Allah. Okay, so today inshallah we'll quickly we'll go through some of the doubts, they raised about aboubaker rhodiola and responses to them. Okay. So, the first doubt there is about a broker dealer who is

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that when a broker dealer dealer one was on the member, one day What happened?

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Who's going to tell me what happened?

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He was on the member. And what happened? Does anyone know?

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The grandsons oversold losses will pass on a right. They came and they said get off the member of our grandfather get off the member of our grandfather. Yes.

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So, some of those years scholars have claimed that because this was such a boubakeur rhodiola one,

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he simply cannot be the rightly guided caniff because Hassan and Hussein who were promised gender by the Messenger of Allah, who had such a high status came up and they said that this member doesn't belong to you. It belongs to our grandfather get off. Okay. So this is by the way, the report is true. It happened. And Alabama Vitaly with yellow one. Immediately, he said that I did not teach them this because this is a very funny situation when your children come into the masjid, for example, brothers and sisters today, you know, you are naughty kids. Yeah, I'm not I'm not saying I will do Bella mother. I'm not saying hasn't been naughty. They were just kids. They were children,

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right. But sometimes you have no tkj. And they hear things at home. Sometimes the dad hasn't said something or mommy said something. And then they come and repeat it in the machine. Yeah. And then the father is embarrassed. The father was I didn't say this story. I had, I had no influence of this. But I'll leave in a bit, but it certainly didn't say anything like it. It was a natural reaction of these children who were once loved dearly by this man called hammered. Rasulullah saw someone who was the grandfather, who gave them so much love that these kids is natural. You know, it's natural. If you if you have a child, and you have a very close relationship with the child, and

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the child sees someone else sitting in your place. It is natural for the child to say that this is my father. This is my uncle's or this is my you know, grandfather's, this is not yours. Leave it right. This is a very natural thing to do. Yeah.

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Hassan was born in three hijiri. And Hussein was born in 43. Right? So by this time, there would be six, seven years old. Okay. One would be six. The other one would be seven. By this time, so they were kids. They were very young kids. And this one element of a Hollywood movie said that I did not teach them this. I didn't teach them this. You know what they said and working on the lawn. He said it's not a problem doesn't matter.

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And he gave them love in return.

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But what does this prove this prove does this prove that abubaker radiolarian was not worthy of tilava because

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One of the two of the Muslim muslimeen had said this. No. Firstly, Chaga was his response that they were simply kids, okay? And kids, even if they are prophets, they are still kids. Okay? They cannot become the Imams of the community, even though he saw a salam, for example, he spoke from the cradle. What did he say? What is the miracle of East LA Salah?

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What do you say from the cradle? That I am a slave of Allah? And I am a messenger of Allah sign. Okay. And I will be obedient to my mother. Right? This is what he said Islam said, but is there any evidence that he's on Islam as a child was

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leading his community reaching to his community? or asking them to listen to him as a child? No, there's no evidence, right? Likewise, Hassan and Hussein

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despite what they became later on, they became great demands right? According to the Shia as well as the Sudanese right, but both parties will agree that as a child, whatever statements they may make, cannot be taken seriously because they are still children. Okay. And this is what shotgun is usually refers to that there is a macola among the Arabs scbu sorry, EBU Serbian one Oh, Corinthian, okay.

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that a child is a child even though he may be a prophet, even though they may be a prophet. A child is a child, so that does not apply. The second

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objection that she has raised about Abubakar obioma one

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is about Moloch bid New Era.

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Malinois era, you know what happened?

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Anyone knows? Marlon Brando era was a man who was given responsibility of collecting taxes of a certain place in Arabia called baton, okay. And he was appointed as a tax collector by the Messenger of Allah, Allah. But his later actions proved that he was actually a hypocrite, he was a monastic. Okay, who had embraced Islam? Are you listening carefully? This is a very important matter. So you need to pay attention to this right? This is one of the biggest

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accusations or objections the Shia brothers and sisters are Shia scholars of sheer sheer school levels at Abu Bakar of the law. Okay. And what is the objection that Abu Bakar being the Amir ameerul momineen, the leader of the believers, he was in the position to punish college for an action he did, but he didn't do it. He didn't fulfill his job properly. He didn't do his duty properly. You see, the problem here is that when you have made your mind up, that someone

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is a Kaffir mortared. Someone who represents shaytaan someone who is not worthy of your respect and honor, you will find 101 lame excuses to to tarnish that person agreed. When hatred is blind and justice is put aside, that you will make any excuses any lame excuses to tarnish the person. And a lot of us are very often guilty of that in our daily lives as well. Whether it's running the masjid, whether it's running a household or a business, or when you are splitting Virata from your your parents. Yeah, what happens? All the you know, you know, hidden

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you know, evidence has come out yet father has left behind the house. And there are three brothers now, one brothers and say, Oh, you you're ugly. You don't deserve it. Right? Do those are no, no, no, no, you are you're short, you don't deserve it. You know, you're too tall. You don't need it. Right. So things like that. I'm giving examples right? So all these things will come out. Likewise, the shear school is built upon this notion of completely devoted divorcing the Sahaba. From the picture of Islam, as harbor soul cannot be Muslims. For the Shia school to be true, you have to understand these things right? As harbor assumed cannot be Muslims. Because they are Muslims and

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they're trustworthy. Then she our school by default, by extension, by consequence is false. Right. Do you let me explain in simplified terms, Marissa was

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I'm Ahmed qadiani.

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For him to be merci Mahmoud, the Promised Messiah, Isa Islam has to die.

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You understand?

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What is the the doctrine of the Guardian is on Isa Salam.

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What is the doctrine? The attorneys, what do they believe he was arrested. I mean he was he died. He said he saw Islam died.

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Some of them believe that he survived the crucifixion and then he made his way to Kashmir and he died in Kashmir. You actually believe that he said Islam out of all places. He chose Kashmir.

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He came to Kashmir. He couldn't go to Amazon. He couldn't go to Jani Alaska. He couldn't go to Siberia or anywhere else. He made his way to Kashmir for some reason, and he died in Kashmir. Some of the qadiani is actually believed that believe it or not in the 21st century.

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Okay. And in order for Mirza Ghulam Ahmed qadiani to be merci mo road, ie the Promised Messiah because that's what the claim is. That he will the promise was that he claimed himself that I am the Promised Messiah. I am the reincarnation of Isa. Okay. So for him to be that or he if he's the returner easily Salaam, right? Because he's the Promised Messiah right? If he is the returner Isa Islam, the real Isa has to die. He cannot live because the Quran says Allah

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bol Rafa, who Allah Allah raised him, Yamagata Lu masala boo Baraka, Bella whom, yeah, that killed him, not the Cruiserweight. But he was raised. So for him to be the true Messiah, Lisa has to die. So that's why they came up with this doctrine. Isa will father Isa, okay, the death of Eastern Islam. Likewise, the render of Sahaba. The apostasy of Sahaba was a carved aqeedah, a carved doctrine to substantiate the false theology, which was built by a bunch of monarchy in in Iraq, mainly, you know, the Shia school actually originates from Iraq. Okay. Most narrators of the reports to be found in the four Shia books are Iraqi originally, okay, they came from Iraq, and who killed

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who killed for saying,

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you know,

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sorry. The people of Kufa.

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Mullah Barker modular see, one of the greatest scholars

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of the school from Iran, a Sufi scholar who lived in Iran and 17th century

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during the safavid period, the peak of the Sufi power, he

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clearly testifies in his book books as well, that there was not one Syrian or Xiaomi in the army that killed Jose, even though obey the law bizarre was responsible, the issue of Moloch

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Moloch bhilwara that's why you see a Sabra soon, they have to be more turns out to be Latham albula. They have to be kuffaar for the later Shia theology to be true, okay, because the religion was mainly formed in Kufa. These people were very hostile to the companions or sort of lesser saddam in general, even though

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Omar Abdullah bin Abbas and Abdullah bins of air three US dollars they cried to Jose said do not go to Kufa do not go to Kufa do not go to Kufa they will kill you. They will not be loyal they will betray you like they betrayed your father and your brother. Do not go to Kufa an insane insisted on the lower Abdullah bin Omar who was the last one to find him in the desert. He cried, and he grabbed his beard and he said, I see blood in your bed.

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My nephew I see blood in your bed

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Subhana Allah and he left him. These were sincere people who are crying for our sin, not those who killed him and then cried. Because Jacobi in the history of Jacobi was a Shia historian in rates when Lin lava Deen Imam Ali bin Hussein,

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also known as Imam Zaman, Aberdeen when he was carried into Kufa after the atrocity, he saw the women of Kufa striking the cheeks and crying, crying he said, Why are these people crying jacobina rates the mom said, Why are they crying? They are the ones who killed us.

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They are the ones who killed us

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by the crime, so sobre su, primarily Abu Bakar Amara McMahon they have to be

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they have to be so far out of 11 miles or below.

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For the latest year theology to be true.

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And if they're not provided the trustworthy, then there is no need for Shia Islam. You see the point? That's why all these objections, lame objections, as your disease dismantles every single one of them every single major one of them

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satisfactorily. So marinera is a very

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common objection raised by Shia activists, Shia Dockery, or speakers. You know, one of them did it recently, and we responded to it. His name is Mr. mathrani. And we invited to invited him to a friendly discussion of friendly dialogue, a friendly debate, nothing hostile, nothing sectarian, nothing hateful, a friendly discussion in public sit next to us in front of the camera so that your audience and our audience can see the reality the truth. If we have the truth, then let your audience follow us. And if you have the truth, that we will give our hand into your hand and tell our users to follow you. Can they be anything more fair than that? Right, he came up and he made a

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speech in Mahara not very long ago that Monica Navara was killed by Khalid bin relief, who was of course, a Kaffir to them. Right. And Abu Bakar, also endorsed that didn't actually punish college for doing that. And amazingly, they don't mention Omar's objection, for some reason. All Shia activists and speakers, they failed to mention Omar's objection to Obama, when Abu Bakar didn't take action. Omar was of the view that college should be punished. There should be cases. And I'll explain in due course, why this why anybody was talking about this, that once you go into these things yet, you need to give the details. It's not it's not very easy to go into these matters and

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not give details. Right. So what is the issue might have been aware so that you have knowledge you have you know, what the issue was? malindo era was a man who was appointed by the Messenger of Allah to collect taxes from Baba. Okay, about half I don't know what the the pronunciation of the word the word is, actually, but it was it was as sharp as it for it is.

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Okay. In this place, Mike would know where I was appointed as a tax collector by the messenger assessor. And some of the Shia scholars and activists they say that imagine someone appointed by the Prophet salallahu salam, how can hardly do that to him. And what it called do Hollywood will either have your loved one when they were there was a war against apostates. Okay. That was apostasy. Do you know about that? What happened? After the Messenger of Allah Allah someone passed away after he died? So a lot it's alum. Immediately after that, when the Arab some of the kabyle some of the Arab who are very weak in Islam,

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they had apostatize and look for our points to it will call it the LA mana. The Arab, the desert Arabs, they say we have believed, but Allah says no, you have not yet believed only Islam you have only submitted to Islam surrendered, right? So here are lies pointed a mind hasn't entered your heart yet. And Allahu Akbar, as soon as the Prophet died salatu salam, that reality came out. And they started to apostatize and the J Chavo. sama, which is what I'm going to talk about in due course very quickly, the army that was appointed by the Messenger of Allah to avenge the killing of

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Zayed bin been hotter, they've been hardest, remember, was killed by the Romans and to avenge that killing and the killing of other companions with

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an army was appointed by the Messenger of Allah, near his death in the last days of the prophets Allah Salaam, and who was appointed as the leader Osama bin Zayed Osama bin Zayed who was who was still a teenager, he was 16 years old. And who was given the command he was given the command and who was under him. People like Omar, Abu Bakar, and other Sahaba kivar Saba, and he was still a young lad. Right? So this was to teach them humility as well. The you are big Sahaba you are, you know,

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you are the early ones, but 16 years old, Osama is your amine and pathology Allah who used to tease him later on, even during his own caliphate. He used to call him armies. And when Osama used to come to us to say armies here, or here Is it because of that so panela. So

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Osama was appointed but that's another issue which we will discuss later. So Osama jaysh was appointed an Abu Bakar sending it out. As soon as I said no the Arab they have apostatize they will attack Medina No, you cannot send this army out. And Obama said I will never keep this army. in Medina or

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held back when the products or the seller had appointed it, it will have to go. But that's another matter we will discuss in due course inshallah. So malindo era was leader of this area, and he was appointed to collect taxes

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from his people, and when I call it the believer set out by a robot karate allow one to deal with the the threat of Apostasy and the Arab who were planning to attack Medina, he went out and they had one sign call it had told his

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his military leaders, people who were under him under his leadership that go to every single town and wait at the time. And if you hear the other, then that is the biggest sign that this town is still Muslim,

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then we have no hostility against them. Right. But if you do not hear the other, then it is considered hostile territory. Okay, that's what Khalid Emilie's rhodiola one he had told his followers, okay. Now in the case of Qatar,

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where Marlin nowhere was the leader.

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Abu Qatada, the companion of Rasulullah Salallahu Salam was appointed by Holland to go and see the situation. Now, Abu Qatada had testified that I heard the other

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but other companions who were there with Abu Qatada. They said, No, we'd never heard the other end from this town. So Harlan did when he took the town. He took the town by force, right. And Molly went nowhere, was captured. Now Malik been nowhere I had a wife. And it is narrated that Khalid in Malaysia de la Juan, he took her into his niqab immediately, and consummated the marriage immediately with her. Okay, this was these were two allegations against Khalid bin Walid, number one, the killing of Moloch bindo. Berra, who was still a Muslim, according to people like Abu Qatada of the law, one number two, that taking his wife, okay, into his custody getting married to her and

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not even giving her time of ADA, you know, what is the ADA? ADA is at least a period for a woman, right? And once she has had her period, then you can get married to her but he didn't even wait for that. Right. So that would mean Xena. Okay, Khalid is guilty of Xena, not only murder of malignant avera. He's also guilty of Xena. So these two allegations came in front of our backer of the alarm and abakada came and he complained to a worker in so called killed Malik. Malik been nowhere. And he has done this to his wife who was there. So on Marvin Katara de la Juan, when he heard this, he said obika you must take action, as we know that Omar was very, very harsh and strict when it came to

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applying the Sharia not that Abu Bakar was not an Omar was particularly feared for his stance on Sharia on doing justice. Okay, when Omar heard this, Omar said to a worker, you have to do something about this. This is murder and Xena so SAS is do okay. abubaker said no, hold on. Let me ask Khalid what happened because he's the Amir. Let me ask him what exactly took place, so that he knows the context. And

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this is one of the reports. Mr. McEwen he used in his speech at some Shia activists youth. And amazingly 230 years ago, Sharpton Aziz is talking about this in his book toxified, Nigeria for a reason, because this is a classic objection on aboubaker and call it being bullied. Right? But what they do is they cut and paste the twist, and they present the case in front of the gullible, gullible or uneducated or ignorant, so nice, and they get confused. So the details are here. So when you read the reports, all of them put together, you first of all, what you do is you have to do some filtration. Right? You have to separate

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lies from truth. So there are reports the first thing a researcher does anyone who is researching a topic objectively, us actually interested in the truth. The first thing you would do is you put you put 1015 2030 whatever reports there are, you put the put them together and then separate the lies, reports that are completely untrustworthy, due to the change due to the missing links due to some erroneous content, you put them aside. Okay, and then you look at the ones that are authentic. And when you get the bigger picture from the authentic, authentic report, what comes to light. What comes to light is this. When Holly been bullied, arrested, and this is what he told him about when a

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walker invited him to

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Explain yourself what happened there and then call it been bullied. He came and he explained. And there are other reports that explained that malindo era actually was thought to have celebrated the death or sort of lost him. When he heard that the Messenger of Allah Azza wa sallam had died, he passed away.

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He had celebrated the death or loss of asylum and the tax he had collected from his people. He simply returned it he said the one who was going to take it is gone now so you can have it back and have a party. So this is one thing these reports came out highly been very hurt them that this is what happened and then Khalid bin Willy did not go as simply invade Mali Coronavirus, territory and and decimate everyone. No, he arrested him. The first thing was called has been released arrested him, took him into his custody and interviewed him. What are you saying?

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What have you been doing? And then from the language of Mark benowa as it comes down in authentic reports, he's used words about the prophet like Roger leuco Yo man,

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so he become your companion.

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So when someone is talking about the messenger of a loss on a lot, it's on them like this.

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Yo man, so I become your companion. ie is not my it's not my man is not my companion is your companion. Holly had been relieved when he heard this language from Malik, but nowhere and this is the language of a motor. This is a language of a motor. So Harley didn't believe when he heard this language America no era, he immediately he took his decision as the as the leader and He punished it immediately punished him right. So Marlin Navara was

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don't with in that sense, okay. And this is the detail when it came to Baka baka rhodiola. One did not take action. As for his wife,

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there was a tradition among the Arabs at that time, that the errors when they divorced, they wise they kept they kept them even having divorced them. They kept them in their homes. And this is what the Quran refers to Quran even talks about this out of 11 Ashtanga regimes for one Rahim Well, a lot a lot a lot. tomasa

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for Bala

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Allah Jelena, okay, so when you have divorced your wives, okay, let them go. Allah subhanaw taala tells us in the Quran, that when you have divorced your wives, let them go don't like the Arabs keep them. So Malik been aware of the reports came that he had actually divorced this woman long time ago, and she was kept as like a prisoner in his house. So when she was freed by college been bullied, Holly been bullied having known that she had been divorced. Right. And she was no doubt known for a beauty. He was known for a beauty Holly been bullied proposed to her immediately. And she accepted and they got married. They got married Simple as that. And her entire period was blown

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over because she was divorced by malindo era. And he was wrongfully oppressively, keep keeping her in her home in his home. So when you call it the religion of the law on the defeated malino era or took over his town, she was already there as a prisoner. So Khalid bin Molina frieder and proposal was given to her and she accepted so calling the police married her.

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And this is exactly what the details were. And Omar, later on rhodiola Juan, he was himself remorseful about his tasks at that time because he rushed into it. Okay, how do we know that Amara de la Juan was remorseful. Anyone would like to help me?

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Thank you. Thank you. If Omar still believed that he was guilty of those crimes, Omar would never allow Khalid to continue fighting the Persians and the Romans in

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the the tenure of American photography alone in his reign, right. But armor who was initially very angry with colleagues and he heard the story when Abu Qatada came with the complaints. He was very angry, and when more research was done into a topic into the matter, abubaker primarily came to realize that college is innocent. And then Omar also came to realize because Moloch been nowhere as brother, who was a point and his name was Muslim been nowhere a

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Muslim motorman been aware I was a brother of Moloch munawwara and who was madly in love with his brother. What to me was madly in love with his brother sharp disease, the rates his poetry

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Well in Arabic which he had stated, or he which he had uttered in the honor of his brother, that we are so close to each other, that we can live a lifetime together, but when we have lived together, it feels as when you have left me, it feels as if that we haven't even spent a night together as brothers. Right? So what to me was gone mad in the in, in because he was so saddened by the loss of his brother, but he confirmed to Ahmedabad. But remember nowhere I told Omar that my brother was indeed a mod that he had left Islam. He was a hostile and Khalid bin Walid, whatever, you know, he did, obviously, then what follows is that what he did was obviously preemptive action against

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hostile powers within Arabia. So this is the detail which Americans have heard and then kept Khalid bin will lead as the leader of the armies in Persia, as well, as well as in in Rome. So Khalid was not guilty of any wrongdoing, and his colleagues was not guilty of wrongdoing. Abu Bakar was subsequently consequently not guilty of wrongdoing. So objection number three, which they bring an important objection against. Baba karate.

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Objection number three is

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JC Osama, which is what I talked about.

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For this objection, basically, the Shia school or the Shia scholars are Shia brothers and sisters in humanity, they bring up this report, which is found in the literature By the way, it is not in the Sunday literature, and according to the Sunni authorities of Hades by ittefaq by consensus it is Mordor. It is a lie. What is the report? Jah huizhou Joshua Osama Lada lo Manta lava, okay, prepare or make ready or support the JS of Osama Jah huizhou Okay. j h. j shell sama, LA and la de la Mancha lava and May Allah curse V or Allah curses The one who goes against it or doesn't support it. Okay. A couple of our mean whoever remains behind basically, whoever remains behind. So

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in the light of this report aboubaker He not only delayed it, he's remained behind. He didn't go with the song, the logical Osama. Okay. So Shambala Z's. Renata lighly. First of all, he clarifies that in this report, first of all, this report is a lie. It doesn't exist in the Sunday literature. And even even a mom shot is funny, he quotes the mom schottenstein in the author of almirall, when

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he states that this was a fabrication made by someone, Lana La Mancha, these words are not even there, okay, in the Sony books, so this is a lie, and shekel Islamic with a mere amatola. A, he even when I checked for my own record, when I read this report, and chocolate Aziz claimed that this report is Alliance model, I went to my sources,

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and I put this lease there. And I realized that scheffel Islam and leukemia had addressed this these extensively, or this report is the largest from na, and he has put different took in Minnesota is that all of them are false. They are lies, okay, they are untrustworthy.

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It seems time is not on our side.

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So when I was telling you that even on this one, one issue, we need to get, can we take the kids out, please, please?

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You will have to take the book out.

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So what do you think

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we could go through all of this in one hour? Right?

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Because if you discuss a topic very quickly, you have to, you know, do justice to it, you can't really skim through otherwise it doesn't help because it's been it's been recorded is going online. And if we don't give the details, the people don't fully understand the topic, then they are more confused, really more confused. So give them the details so that they can actually go and do so when I checked this.

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Sugar Islamism Tamia had addressed this report, and he said these reports, these are all the torque or this particular report is false. It's a lie. It doesn't exist in our books. It is something that she has have made up they have come up with this and

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There's no doubt that some of the Shia authorities in the early period they made reports or they forged Hadees on an industrial scale, okay? On an astronomical scale. Okay, this is why you find, you know, how many reports are there in a coffee in one book, and coffee is over 30,000 reports.

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All of a sudden put together

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all of Santa put together over 30,000 reports in our coffee. Okay, one book, one book. And that's all of us are set up together. I wonder why all these reports, the moms,

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only two moms only doing moms mainly hardly anything from Alabama with hardly anything compassion or saying or general Aberdeen. It starts in Mohammedan Barker, it goes like this from Hamilton Barker, you know, from my knees coming out this model market goes up like this. And then jafarzadeh goes up like this. And then it comes like that falls like this. And then there are the moms that come afterwards. There's hardly anything from them. So mainly to a moms. How did they get so much information from these two amounts and often contradictory information, something, some strange ideas in there, and the narrator's are mostly Iraqi. Okay, Kufa and from bussola. Okay, from Cuba

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and Basra, the very people who were actually guilty of killing Hussein alone, or actually torturing.

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The debate I live in Bali, was disgusted by their behavior. huson gave khilafah to mahavihara de la and because of the betrayal, and Hussein was eventually killed by them. Right. And the remaining debate, we're also betrayed, because they Bin Ali bin Hussein Imam Zaid, okay, where does a dscr come from? The dia Shia come from Imam Zaid. Zaid was the brother of Mohammed Al Baraka. Okay, this is where the CR split

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into two groups, those who claimed as aid is the Imam after Imam labin others claim No, it was Mohammed wilbarger. Okay, so zayde he fought Babu Amaya, he fought a sham bin.

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Abdul Malik, right? And the people of Kufa were with him. And then they were not with him. Right, they left him in the battle, right. So, I will wait. Unfortunately, for some reason, going back to them and they kept betraying and everyone warned them that do not trust these people. And then they came up with a religion of their own In the name of Allah date, right. So,

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Joshua, Joshua Osama was appointed and in fact, when you read the report authentic reports shotgun Aziza de la la and I think I will stop after this particular one and then we can continue in another inshallah Allah lecture, in which there will be a second part. In the second part, we will discuss the rest of the objections or abubaker and Omar and Othman and Ayesha, we will try to put them all together to the most important ones in one session inshallah, so that we can only have two parts for this particular talk for this particular lecture. So let me quickly deal with J Xu sama so Osama jaysh was actually not prevented by Abubakar de la Juan, he, in fact, if you read the reports, he

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was one of those people who

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went out of his way to make sure that j Xu Osama actually departs as the province of asylum intended and planned, even though circumstances had changed drastically. After the province of Muslim passed away, what happened, the news went out, and the Arab tribes, the Bedouins, the Arab, they were already looking to attack there were rumors that now Medina will be attacked and he will be annihilated by all of these provide the surrounding tribes. And at that time, some people came to go back and they said, Do not send Osama with the army because now circumstances have changed. We need the army abubaker said even if there are wild bees, ripping us apart in Medina, in the absence of

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this army, I will not hold his army back and army which was appointed by Rasul Allah, Allah Allah. So how can you actually claim that he was one of those? Allah?

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Allahu Akbar, where is your sense of justice abubaker was the reason as to why Joshua sama became a reality and it left. In fact, when it was so long was in his last days, the army of Osama was in preparation, and it was outside Medina and then the news came to the army that

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Rasulullah Salam is taking his last breath. And all of this. However, they became very disturbed and they were rushed back to Medina to be with the progress of our Salah, and the founder sort of lost Islam passed away. And then circumstances changed. aboubaker was appointed as the Calif as we know, in suceava, buddy cida and he was appointed and now aboubaker had come into the position of a solo solo.

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He was now in the position of the leadership, he was the leader. So Rasulullah saw Salam himself was not going with the army he was staying behind. And Abubakar did the same thing. So he was not one of those people who remained behind. Rather, he's the one who sent the army out, and he requested from Osama to leave Qatar behind. Because Omar was his machine. He was his supporter on what was needed by abubaker to seek his advice. So armor animal worker did not remain behind rather circumstances that changed. Like in Islam, childhood disease, he used use this reasoning that a man who is a child, the rulings that apply to an adult do not do not apply to a child, the ruling of a sleeping

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man do not apply to an awake man, okay, or ruling of a ruler do not apply to a normal a lay person, right? And the list goes on. So the circumstances of a worker had changed from a follower, he had become a leader. Now he had to do things differently. So he was not one of those people who went against the army of Osama or kept kept behind rather, is he had to stay in Medina to take care of the affairs. It was a very, very sensitive situation. So we had to stay behind. He stayed behind with Oman, Qatar and the army was our left. And because of that Baraka because of that, obedience to the Messenger of Allah sort of sending the army out a lot of the Arab tribes, when they saw the army

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passing their territory, they realized that the Muslim was still very strong, very powerful, but then to send an army out in these circumstances, they must be very powerful. So all the intention they had to attack Medina or simply put aside, right. So these are some of the things I wanted to share with you today. In this lecture, in this session, inshallah, we will return with more in the second part until then, salaam aleikum wa Juana and it handled a lot of anatomy

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