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Assalamualaikum Welcome to this live stream. Today we are going to be doing something different on Adnan channel, we are actually going to be doing a live question and answer session now as we normally do on the other live streams is what we do is we ask people to join us, and we can basically engage with them in terms of the questions they have. So I'm going to be sending out the link in the comments for anybody that wants to actually join us. While people are joining the studio, Adnan just before the live stream,

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you were speaking about one of the Christian emperors who they call the apostate who left

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Christianity, and he had a very interesting reason for leaving Christianity. Could you just elaborate on this? Okay. Mana Rahim. You're talking about Julian the Apostate. Julian the Apostate was a Roman Emperor in the fourth century of Christianity, or the fourth century BCE. And he was initially a Christian, right? He was from the same establishment as Constantine, Emperor Constantine who had embraced Islam in the fourth century. And then his son Constantius, succeeded him. Constantius was a Unitarian Christian, but men, Julian accepted, define Unitarian, Unitarian people who did not believe in the Trinity, basically, people who did not believe in the Trinity. They

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didn't believe Jesus God, like the father, but you didn't believe him to be the son though? That's another question. That's a very interesting question, son, in what sense, right? Son in a spiritual sense that he was a chosen one of God. He was a beloved of God, he was a prophet of God, he was a messenger of God. So son, the term son was used very loosely, in the early Christian centuries. Okay. Okay. So what I mean is, we have the Unitarian Church, not the Unitarians, that you're referring to the Unitarian Church in the UK, which we see past the 17th century, whatever. You're not talking about that Unitarian? No, I'm not talking about that, that recent Unitarian, revival, or

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renaissance of the Unitarian Church. I'm talking about the classical Unitarians. Who were the early Christians, by the way, most early Christians were Unitarian in some sense, or the other, right?

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Because they believed that Jesus was not God, equal to the Father. I keep saying this all the time and CO equal, he was not, he was not co equal to the Father, the Creator, the creator of the universe is unique. He's the highest entity. And then Jesus is basically below him in the hierarchy. Right? In other words, Jesus was some sort of a prophetic, you know, a messenger type figure. Right? So Julian, the apostate who was a Roman emperor, he apostatize from Christianity, because he saw Christians to be indulging in things other pagans, either indulging pagans or worshipping or Roman pagans for that, for that matter. They will they will worshipping deities like Jupiter manava,

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Apollo, they are temples dedicated to these, you know, imagined deities. Yeah, so Julian argued that if Christians are going to the tombs of the martyrs, and they are venerating them, they are worshipping them, they are burning candles and celebrating

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on the death anniversary, death anniversaries when they were killed by the Roman authorities previously, then they are as good as other you know, Roman pagans, who are worshipping Apollo Minerva and Jupiter, why should he become quiet? Should he become Christian? Or why should he even remain Christian? So, early Christian shirk, indulging in shirk. In other words, worshiping other things than God himself, caused some Roman pagans to remain pagan are very interesting. Okay. It's very interesting, because that's essentially they realize something which Muslim apologists are using the 20/21 century, which is that what is the essential difference? Here if you're going to

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deify man, so

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don't wait.

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For any anybody joining us on The in the studio, before we allow people to join us, please do switch on your camera in the backend. We've had some security reasons why we need to do that. Also in the private chat, please post your question. So just a locker for joining us Ayman and Macedo. Can you please switch your cameras on and you can switch it off before we invite you in the studio? There are many interesting questions coming in. Yeah, somebody asked what what is your opinion on allow a dean Khilji

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Good question allowed in Fiji was a controversial figure

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as far as the Muslim history is concerned, such as the

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authored by Zeldin, Bernie allowed him because he was not a very upright figure, okay? Maybe in some later Muslim countries, he was hailed as some sort of hero, but he was not a hero, strictly speaking in Islamic sense, he was just a king who wanted to establish himself.

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You know, like any other kink in power, he killed his uncle Feroz Khilji a lot of Roskilde was killed by a lot being healthy and that's how he came to power. Yeah, one thing about him is very, very noble, no doubt, among other things, of course,

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that he fought the Mongols successfully, one of the largest invasions of India, one of the largest invasions of India, on the part of the Mongols took place in the year 1298 to 1299 C, when allowed being called G was the Sultan in Delhi, he was the ruler of daily. So the Mongols led by put Laquanda, one of the grandchildren or Tagata Han, who was the son of Ganga Khan. So one of the great grandchildren of Ganga is Khan invaded India in 1298. His name was Scott lockwasher, he came with an army of over 100,000 mumbles. So, then subsequently a battle was called the Battle of Keeley. You can Google it the Battle of Keeley, a very, very important battle in the history of Indian Islam.

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You will see some fascinating details there. How the Muslims of Delhi fought the Mongols away and defended or potentially protected all of India. So these are some of the things Muslims will translate for India so allow the call Ji won that battle India

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was advised was

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advised to remind you don't confront the Mongols in an open pit. But then allow that if I don't

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open who will accept me as

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a futon, I need to have my honor and my dignity. That's only shown in the battle.

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goes long story short, one of the contingents of the Muslim army led by a general called charged against the Mongols

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basically faced heavy casualties.

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Discharge discharge was

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ordered by

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heavy casualties on the Mongols. Mongols are shaken by this experience it

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basically lifted the candle and went back

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in this very battle as a result of his battle, good luck. Died on his on he was basically killed

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potentially due to this battle.

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So allow the

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other controversial things

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some people will accuse that he he possibly claimed to be some sort of prophetic figure. We don't know how

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many controversial things he was basically uneducated, illiterate as a kid.

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So thank you for joining us brother.

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We can't hear you need to switch your

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wallet.

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Mila bless you for what you're doing. I want to ask

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save now that you've got another window open

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on your browser.

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Wait.

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So you're listening to your twice because

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I want to ask costard about the book recommendations on Islamic history. Sure. Okay.

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This is this is a huge

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Nami rotronic is very so

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hello.

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Yeah, okay. Now, answering the Mercedes question. Islamic history is very, very vast brothers and sisters. It is not as simple as to ask me, Can you recommend some books on Islamic history and then expect me to give you a long list of books because there are so many 1000s of books written on the history of Islam, but some basic books I will recommend strongly recommend. One of them is last Islamic history by philosophy but that's a very good start for any beginner who wants to study about the Islamic civilization how it began, and what was the start of it and what it became then philosopher at his book, last Islamic is

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is a very very good start. And if you want to ask about specific topics within the history of Islam, then I can recommend books and shall I can do I can do my best. Yeah, so just Clocker for joining us brother

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Macedo was just

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muted you

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go to

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thank you

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Kate, Sister HUMIRA

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welcome Assam Nico

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just to Homeric man she's gone might be an internet issue and brothers and sisters those of you watching please do subscribe to our channel do subscribe do not forget to subscribe to this channel because we will be doing a lot more content maybe a live q&a as inshallah as often as we can. And today we are receiving some of your good questions let's see what we can do today inshallah Assam Miko Humaira

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you need to switch your mic on.

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While it comes salaam, how you doing sister? I have some internet problem. I think so. Just again and again. No worries. Welcome. What is your question?

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Yeah, my question is just very simple. I just want to know about the

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Okay, can you post your question in the chat because the price because we can't hear you? Okay. No, we can now we can hear you. Go ahead. Ask your question. Yeah, I just want to ask about to know the history of

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Cordoba and Granada, which is in Spain. Okay.

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You mean Muslim Spain.

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You want a good book on Islamic Spain? There are there are there are a lot of good books on Spain. If I start giving names for example, Anwar, Shanna Anwar, Shanna has written a book on Muslim Spain.

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How do you spell his name Anwar. Of course, you can also spell Anwar is a n w AR. Okay. And Shanna is CH,

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e JNECHEJ. and E. It's an Arabic surname. And that's a very, very book, good book by him Islamic Spain or Muslim Spain, something like that. Okay. And another work I would strongly recommend is the legacy of Muslim Spain. Two Volumes, the legacy of Muslim Spain by Salma Hydra jayyousi. She is the editor. She has edited these two volumes, different authors have written articles in these two volumes. And the work is titled, The legacy of Muslim Spain. Okay, and you will find articles, academic articles on many different topics within the topic of Islamic Spain, right. So the author or the editor is Salma, Hydra jayyousi. Another book is Moorish Spain by Richard Fletcher, Moorish

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Spain is a very good introduction to the topic, Moorish Spain by Richard Fletcher. Remember these books and you will find good information in these books. If you want to read a classical book on this topic from the 19th century, written by an orientalist, which is a good history. It is by Reinhard dozy Reinhardt dozy who has written a history of the Muslim Spain, history of the Muslim Spain. So these are some of the good works you can start with and there are many many other authors who have written on Islamic Spain, but on Russia this book is very very good. It's a good start inshallah.

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Okay, okay, sure. Is it available online? Or I have to search some like beauty or I hope so. I hope it's all it's available online on Varsha Anna's, the Muslim Spain, and if you check online, you might be able to buy it, maybe maybe a paperback. If not, then you might have to consult a library. Okay. And I can give you the exact title of the book so that you don't find it difficult. You know, onward. G Shanna. Okay. Islamic Spain.

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I can give you the exact title

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yet.

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One once

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I'm looking for

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my title is basically called the Muslim Spain. Its history and culture, Muslim Spain. Its history and culture. The author is Anwar a and w AR GE, Shanna ch. E jne. This is a very good book. I strongly recommend this book for anyone who wants

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To read on Islamic Spain, on Muslim Spain, most Muslim Spain is history and culture. Okay. Thank you very much sister Amira. We will go to the next person.

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So next we'll go to Kenneth George is better if you have your camera on on the screen.

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Welcome Kenneth.

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While he comes salaam I just wanted to know, like, I'm going to do it and why why, like few resources that I could go for a few books. I could no no. I could read so that I could better my knowledge as a reward.

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Okay, what what would you like to read on history theology?

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tafsir commentaries on the Quran? I think, at the moment, when you say the Aqeedah like books under keda and tafsir mainly targeting the heat and everything, I think would be good one. Okay, I would strongly recommend the Aqeedah Imam at the hobby, there is a there is an English translation of it, you can find it Aqeedah of imata hobby, right? And the commentary is done by ignoble eyes. ignoble is there is an English translation of it, I know it exists, get that book, you will get very, very good treatment of the Aqeedah in Islam of you know of the the key the basically topics in Islam. So, it is the Aqeedah of Imam the hobby, the hobby is T ah, a wi. So, look for the translation of the

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commentary of Ibnu abilities, ignoble is once you find or look for that you will find it online in sha Allah inshallah. Okay, so that's one of the best books to consult with regards to Sierra, if you want to read Sierra are starting to see nectar. Okay. If you want to read the fear of the Quran, then I would, I would advise you to start with a basic Tafseer of the Quran in the English language. Okay, maybe the translation of IGNOU cathedra. It's quite lengthy. It's quite detailed, but it's a very powerful source to start with. It's quite technical. There may be things you may not understand because you're a new Muslim. And you might find it difficult to under understand certain principles.

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So don't always sit on those principles. Always ask someone to explain to you and then you will get guidance in sha Allah Tala. Okay, but it McCarthy's Sierra has been translated into the English language start with that. The publisher is Dar Salam. I don't know of any, any other publisher who has published that particular tafsir I hope that helps, Charles. That's perfect. Thank you.

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Thank you.

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Okay,

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Joshua, before we can add you can you please switch on your camera. So guys, you don't have to switch on your camera when you are live. But we need to switch on the camera on the back end. Before we ask you to join to make sure that your account is valid because of security reasons so that we know you are a human. And know Jin nogen gin has logged in to ask us dodgy questions. Yeah. So Joshua, you wanted to come on, which is not a problem inshallah we can add you can you please show your camera on the backend? And then we will add you

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Okay, so maybe we can we can take some more brothers. Yep. We can go with

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one second.

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I was trying to prioritize Joshua because of this. Okay. You see, Joshua Yes. So we're just gonna add you let me just you can switch your camera off now. We can see your human being

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then Assam Nico Salam aleykum rahmatullah wa barakato water.

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So basically, I'm a Christian.

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Okay, well, you said Salam Muslim Yeah, I do. Because I'm thinking to convert actually, Mashallah. Allah bless you. Allah give you the guiding many videos of yours. Your debates with Mr. Samuel green? Okay. Many, many other videos the day before. Okay, so I'm doing this research on Islam since like two and a half years now. Okay. Basically from India. So, so I have some questions. Could you please answer that? Yes, I'll do my best inshallah. Okay.

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So you mentioned this verse in the Bible that no father can bear the sense of this

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Mmm doesn't convey the sense of the father yet.

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That's Zico the book of ZICO.

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Yes, are you there? Joshua?

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I think we might have lost Joshua.

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Hello. Yes. Hello. Sure. Yes, go ahead. Once. Yes.

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So, in the Quran that chapter 16, verses 22 to 25. I have heard this, Your God is one God. So those who don't believe hereafter their hearts are ignorant and they're proud. Truly, alas, Allah knows what they hide and what they manifest, like, the Quran also has that

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good Muslims, since have the, for good Muslims, the Christians and Jews are punished.

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In place of good Muslims, the Christians and the Jews will be punished in play in their place. Right. So this though, you're asking, is you asking why that is the case? Yeah. Because when you say that when father can bear the sins of the Son and the sin of the way by the father, that's, that's specifically about the Father and the Son, you know. So for example, a father commits a sin, the son cannot be punished. So that's a general rule. That's a general rule in the Bible. That's a general rule in Islam as well. Islam agrees with that rule, with regards to Jews and Christians being punished. Okay, there is this issue here, you have to understand that Jews and Christians by default

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won't be punished those Jews who were believing

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before Islam, for example, who believed in one God, and they followed the prophetic message to the best of their abilities, we believe they will go to Paradise as long as they did not disbelieve in a prophet as long as they did not disbelieve in a true prophet of God that was alive in their time, right? Likewise, Christians, those Christians, who were true Christians, true followers of Jesus Christ, who were monotheists, who followed Jesus Christ, right, they will not be punished. So this is why the Quran actually claims indirectly, that true Jews and true Christians will actually follow Muhammad peace be upon Him, because He foretold in the scriptures. Now those who deliberately reject

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him having understood him having recognized him, then they are doomed for hellfire. They will go to hellfire because they are deliberately rejecting the truth. Okay, out of their own choice, they have the choice to accept or reject. So they choose to reject the truth. For that reason, they will go to hellfire, and those basically sinful Muslims, because people are going to hellfire anyway, these people who will eventually end up in hellfire, they are going to hellfire anyway, some of the sins of Muslims who are destined for Paradise will be put on them. This is the idea. That's the idea. Okay, so So some of the sins basically

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have good Muslims who are destined for Paradise. Okay, I hope you understand. I hope you understand where I'm coming from right here. They are destined for Paradise, because they are Muslims, they are not polytheist they are not pagans, they are going to Paradise, right. So for that reason, some of the mistakes some of the errors will be put on to the sins of some of the disbelievers who will be going to hellfire anyway, they're not going to paradise regardless, they are going to hell fire anyway. So if they were to accumulate few more sins, it would make a difference to them. So this is what the Hadith or the the literature you're referring to. But this is like contradicting to that

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verse in the Bible that their sins are being transferred.

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Yes, not the Father and the Son, though. You are mixing the issue of the Father and the Son. That's a general rule. Hey, we are dealing with something specific. You are applying a general rule on the specifics. Right? The general rule is that the father or the son will not be held accountable for each other's sins, or mistakes. That's a general rule. That's a separate thing. That's a completely separate topic. But here, your question is quite specific, that some Muslims, their sins will be transferred to people who are already destined to hellfire. They are destined for hellfire. This is a different topic.

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Do you not agree?

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I agree with you. Okay. Now, I hope this I hope this clarifies for you that these are two different topics. The sins of the fathers and the sons and the effects on each other is one topic and the sins of our Muslim who is destined for Paradise being transferred to the sins of

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disbelievers who are destined for Hellfire is another topic. Okay. Okay, there is a distinction. There's a clear distinction, which you have to make there any more questions? Joshua. Could you explain me about this Quran? Chapter number 29 was 13. Okay, what is this a read please? And most certainly they shall carry their own burdens and others, other burdens with their own burdens. And mostly certainly they shall be questioned on the resurrection days as to what they have poached. Okay, so this is about disbelievers, they will they will carry their own burdens, they will carry their own burdens, yes, absolutely. So, they will not only carry their own burdens, it is possible

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that of course, as we have seen already, that some of the sins will be transferred to them, right. But here there is no contradiction because they will definitely carry their own burden burdens, each one of them will be carrying their own burdens.

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So is that So? So? So? So what are you what are you trying to understand in this verse? What is not clear?

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Is it some way related to that? Father and son thing? That's, no, it's not. It's not. So is it? Is it? I mean, can you read the verse before and the verse after so that it's clear what it is? The verse before and the verse after?

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Who is it talking about?

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Can you can you please give me a second? Yeah, please.

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I was gonna say that also, I don't have the Quran right now. What I have read just now was from my gallery.

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Okay, so you have to read before and after to get the context. Do we have a copy of the Quran here? Yeah, the Abdullah is

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there in front of you the clicker on this one? This one? This one? Yeah. This one the one you're holding this one? Yeah. That's

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okay. Oh, the one on top.

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Well, that's better. Yeah, that's that's

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the next one next to it.

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Yeah, please. Yeah, so 29 Surah 29.

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Yeah.

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Okay.

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Surah 29 verse 13.

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Okay, we're gonna read it now. So let's read let's read from

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verse 11. And Allah will surely make evident those who believe and he will surely make evident the hypocrites and those who disbelief say to those who believe Follow our way and we will carry your sins, okay. But they will not carry anything of their their sins. Indeed, they are liars, but they will surely carry the burdens and the burdens along with their burdens. Okay. So this is what the Quran is clarifying that they will not only carry their burden, but burdens along with their own burdens, so they will be extra burden on them. That's what the Quran is saying. They will surely be questioned on the Day of Resurrection about what they used to invent. So in other words, when they

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tell the believers that follow us in our disbelief, we will carry your burden. Allah saying they are lying in this because they are destined to hellfire. They are destined for hellfire. They will not only carry their burdens, but they will carry carry other burdens also.

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Also cause basically anyone they cause to sin, anyone they cause to sin, they will carry their burdens to that's the point here. I hope that makes sense. Yeah. Okay. Any suggestion for you? Yeah, I do have another question. But before that,

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you know, Mr. David, no. David, yeah. I do not. Yes. Yes. David Foote had just recently made a video on this particular verse in the Quran.

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So if you after this, you please watch that and I know you're refuted many times. Yeah. So you could do this.

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The people like that people like that. We don't even entertain them. They are money driven liars. They are lying nonstop, day and night to make money. Okay. They are doing on money. They're not doing this for Jesus. They are not interested in Jesus Christ or the Gospels or preaching Christianity to the masses. They are attacking Islam nonstop day and night because they are getting money for it. Okay. They incentive is money. So they will lie through their teeth. They will lie day and night because lying makes money. Okay, brings money home. Right? So it brings on money rather, right? So for that reason, we don't really entertain them. We don't really I mean, we've we've

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responded to some of the because we've already done it. We don't need to really indulge, but if you have any questions, please go ahead. And if you're ready with other Go ahead. Yeah, you could. Quran 69 Four

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Before 246, he had fabricated anything against us some of the things, we would certainly have seized him by the right hand, then we would certainly have cut off his aorta. Right? Yeah. So, Prophet Muhammad has told that, in his death time, in his time, before his death to Ayesha, Ayesha, and the narration of Isaiah, he is like this.

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Like, I feel the pain, which I've had the poison pill of feel the pain of the poison, which I had in Chi bar. I feel my aorta is being cut. Okay, that's the same way. Now the, the Arabic word is different. There is not IATA basically, yeah. What is what these missionaries with with some of these Christian missionaries? Do? They use English translations to get on late to different things as the same thing, okay. So here, firstly, let's say the Quran is saying that if you lie on Allah, Allah will pick you by the right hand and cut you out. Iota Right. Right. Yes, yes, yes. So it doesn't say three, or 420? Yeah, I'm okay. I'm aware of that. I'm aware of this. So let's say let's

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say, Allah saying that if you lie on me, I will cut your jugular vein, right? Yes, yes. So when is Allah going to do that immediately, or Allah will wait for 10 years, and 1000s upon 1000s will be misguided and then Allah will act.

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Which one's the right one? The first one, the first one. So what? When this verse was revealed? And surely Muhammad himself is delivering this message sal Allahu alayhi wa sallam, he is the one telling people that this is what Allah is saying. Why was he alive for so many years after this?

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And still preaching, still teaching, still receiving revelation, still guiding people still making people a better, you know, a Jew still still making people a better people, right? He's guiding people. People's lives are changing. People are becoming better. They are leaving alcohol. They are not committing adult adultery anymore. They're not stealing. They are not killing the children. They are morally upright. They're honest, they are truthful. All these things are being taught by Prophet Muhammad for years, and God does not cut his iota.

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What games is God playing? If your understanding is correct, if people like a bit would the liars if they are correct, then what is God waiting for? Is the question. Why do you not cut his iota or his jugular vein straightaway immediately? Why didn't he act immediately. So the point is, this is not about Muhammad Sallallahu sallam, Allah is warning him I like telling him that this revelation is from us. This is from us. Because if this revelation was not from us, and you lied on us, we would have killed you. We would have killed you. Right? This is the point. The fact that Allah did not kill him means he is a true prophet of God. And with regards to the poison, the word there is not

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exactly the same as the word in the Quran. Okay, it reads in say Bukhari 1444 28 profit in his alignment in in which he died used to say, Oh, I shall I still feel the pain caused by the food I ate Tibor at this time I feel as if my data is being cut from the poison from okay. Okay, the word in the word in Arabic. i Oh, Thai. You're translating as Iota in the body. Not the same as the word used in the Quran as far as I remember. Okay, which is different and this is a highly anabolic copy from a person I mean, who you mean from Allah Katana mean? Albertine the word watin. What do you mean? That's the word in the Quran? Okay. Okay. That's the word in the Quran. In Bukhari, I can get

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you the word they use for Iota is not watin it is something else. So even there, there is no correlation. There is no connection between this verse and that hadith. The connection these liars, the missionaries try to make right to misguide simple brothers and sisters like you, right. So you have the narration. Okay.

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abohar in Bukhari, I have the Hadith here in front of me, okay. The word here is a hurry. Okay. abohar Now, it's a different word from what the in the Quran the word for Iota is watin. Okay, which means Iota, which actually mean abohar Doesn't necessarily mean Iota is a different word in Sahil Bukhari. So there is no correlation there between watin and our right, nothing direct. Okay, if it was watin Hey, then they may have a case even then they don't have a

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case but they may have a case. I've already explained that this is about telling the prophet that if you were lying, if you were making things, things we did not reveal we would have killed you, you would have been killed. Right? We wouldn't wait. We wouldn't wait for you to misguide people, we would kill you. But the Prophet sallallahu Sallam continued for years upon years, teaching, preaching, bringing people to Islam, people are learning the Quran. And he lived until the Quran was complete. And Allah wanted to give him a martyr's death. Allah wanted to give him the martyr's death. That's why the poison stayed inside him. And it only affected him after his mission was

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complete. His years after he was poisoned. He was poisoned in year seven of Hijri. And he died in 11. So Allah waited for another four years for this poison to take effect so that he can finish his mission and die as a martyr. So we believe Allah subhanaw taala potentially gave the Prophets Allah Salama martyrs death because he was poisoned by a disbeliever. And the poison took its effect four years later.

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That's what it's referring to. Right. Thank you. Yeah. I hope that answers your question, Joshua. Yeah, definitely. Okay. So if you are interested in Islam, if you want to accept Islam, don't delay. Don't delay and don't listen to don't pay attention to a bunch of money driven. Liars. Okay. So so Inshallah, don't sit on your knowledge. Don't sit on your convictions. Rather, take advantage and accept Islam as soon as you can, inshallah. So Joshua, you I'm sure you're aware of Islamic theology? does? Does the Islamic conception of God make more sense than the idea of the Trinity to you? It makes very much more sense actually. Then when Joshua, what are you waiting for?

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The Prophet Muhammad is a true prophet of God, do you having studied his life, whatever you know of him, his teachings, his noble teachings, his love for the orphans and widows, and the poor, his noble character is truthfulness. And the fruit of the Muslim civilization, you know, a lie.

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Or

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faith based upon deception cannot produce what we know as the Islamic civilization. Some of the greatest thinkers, some of the greatest philosophers, theologians, historians, points were produced by the Muslim civilization for over 1000 years, okay? This is not an outcome of a lie. Okay? Lie or liars don't produce this, on the other hand, look at the history of Christianity. Okay, and I don't have to say much, just go and read the history of Europe for the last 1000 years. And that's what you have to know. Right? So. So if you think is the Prophet Muhammad, do you think Prophet Muhammad was a true prophet of God?

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According to the words of Jesus in your own chapter, I must accept him actually.

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Then Then, are you are you are you are you ready to accept Islam? I have a small question. Can you please answer that?

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Yes, go ahead. I hope I can get I don't know that I and the Hadith number but I know the story. So yes, please answer me if you remember.

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Allah says in the Quran that I will protect the Quran from corruption. Yes.

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Surah 15 verse

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is Surah 15

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Yes, Surah 15 verse nine, in the narration,

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like a team sheep comes in is the part some part of the Quran that

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that narration is not authentic.

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And, and, and okay, firstly, that narration is not authentic, even if it is authentic, even if it is authentic. The Quran was memorized by

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yeah by hundreds of people. For a goat to eat the Quran and for the Quran to go missing is impossible.

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It's impossible.

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It's not even possible for the Quran to be lost, because there were so many people who had memorized the Quran entirely. Can the goat eat people's memory? Can the goat eat the memory of Zaid Bin sabot? Can the goat eat the memory of obey Ben Cobb? Can the goat eat the memory of Alibaba Vitaly, can the goat eat the memory of Abdullah bin Massoud who memorize 70 chapters of the Quran directly from the Prophet sallallahu wasallam. Can the goat eat the memory of all these people who are taught directly by the prophet, the Quran word by word and they transmitted it word by word. And they unanimously agreed upon the contents of it every single word, every single verse

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Repeat I repeat my word. You know words I repeat what I'm saying every single word. And every single verse of the Quran was agreed upon by the Companions who were taught directly by the prophet themselves Allah. So to answer your question, yes.

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If it mentions it, it mentions about a specific thing like if you're,

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like breastfeed or the person if you feel that he's tempted like that.

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Breastfeeding a person. I don't know what that is. That means. I don't know. I don't know what you mean by that.

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Are you are you talking about the verses? Yes, it is. Regarding breastfeeding, we have them in the Quran, and anything, anything, anything that wasn't

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that wasn't considered to be the Quran for the final edition of the Quran because what is the Quran? The Quran is what the prophet transmitted to his companions to be kept as the Quran as the final edition, which was given by the Prophet himself to his companions, primarily Zaid Bin Taavet, who read the entire Quran with the prophet in the final year of the prophets life, we have clear reports on that. Okay, so the Quran is order its words were delivered by the prophet. Quran is what the Prophet gave us. Okay, what the Prophet gave us as the final text delivered by him or the final reading rather, the final reading the final words he gave to his companions, that's what the Quran

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is. Okay. Okay, any anything anything other than that, when people talk about aggregations, and verses that were not actually put in the Quran as the the final edition was delivered by the prophet, that wasn't meant to be the Quran, that wasn't meant to be the Quran. So there is there is there there was information that wasn't put into the final edition by the Prophet himself SallAllahu Sallam because that wasn't meant to be the Quran. Okay, these are obligated verses, these are called abrogated verses of the Quran. Does that make sense? Yeah, I've got the text actually. Yes, go ahead. Yeah. It was narrated that I showed the words of the stoning and the breastfeeding of an

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adult 10 times was revealed. And this the paper was with me under my pillow. And the messenger of Allah died. We were preoccupied with his death, and a team sheep in case she came in and ate it.

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And the missionaries say, and the missionaries say, therefore the verses were lost.

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Oh, but yeah. Okay, if they were lost, if they were lost, how does I shall know what they were about.

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The verse of the stoning and of the breastfeeding of an adult.

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So these would be these would be assuming missionaries are correct in the interpretation. Even if the even even if the hadith is correct, even if the hadith is correct. It's not it's not even a

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it's not even a authentic hadith. It's not an authentic report, even if it's authentic, let's say, Right? Does that mean I shall forgot those sentences I shall add memorized poetry upon poetry. She had memorized long poems from pre Islamic points. Do you think two three sentences wouldn't be memorized by her? Especially when she she has kept the pages? So these are these this? These are all lies. Okay.

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These are all lies peddled by missionaries deliberately to to take people like you away from Islam. missionaries, they know they have lost credibility entirely. They have nothing to preach. They have nothing to teach. They can people are not accepting Trinity anymore. The Trinity doesn't make sense peep to people anymore. They know when they preach, they look stupid. When they preach. They look stupid. For that reason, they found a new business now the new businesses to tarnish Islam to lie against Islam to spread false information against Islam, to use false reports and fabricated reports to tarnish the name of Islam to keep simple Christians away from Islam those who may accept Islam,

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right. This is the point you have to understand that inshallah.

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Okay, that makes sense. If these were the doubts you had, and if they cleared, I hope they are. Then don't hesitate because we are aware of these issues. We are aware of these questions. The old is it mentioned about this breastfeeding thing in this Quran. Yes. is mentioned that a woman is to breastfeed

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and read your sentence. Just tell me about it. Okay. Yeah. It was narrated from Umbra that she heard I shall say when she was mentioning what kind of breastfeeding makes a person a muram 10 definite breastfeeding

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were revealed in the Quran. Then five definite proceedings were revealed to What was this about. This is abrogation. This is abrogation. This is information that was being abrogated, right? For example, there are other verses in the Quran that were abrogated, they are still read within the text, but they they, the ruling is not applicable. Right. For example, in the Quran, he says yeah, you Alladhina amanu

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la Picabo salah, want to Saqqara or who you believe, do not come close to pray when you are drunk. Okay. Okay, well, these verses were revealed.

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intoxicants were still allowed, people were still drinking, what the Quran was saying, Don't come close to pray while you are drunk. Later on. This verse was abrogated by enamel camera while MacEwan saga was Lama registo min Amelie shaitan fudge, Danny boo Lecanto flick on that, oh, you believe in toxicants and other things Allah mentions are forbidden. They are the works of shaitan Don't come close to them if you want to be successful. So the previous verse was abrogated. So there are verses in the Quran that were abrogated by later verses. This is what you're reading right now. That's one of the cases. Okay, thanks. Okay. That's one of the cases I chose referring to. So the point is, all

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of these things can be answered. And you can go into the details studying more and more and more and it will strengthen your knowledge. But don't delay accepting Islam if you if you are convinced already. The Trinity is false. But he is correct. Allah alone deserves to be worshipped. God is one and Muhammad prophet of God, then don't delay.

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An experience to a week ago of my dream, can I please share it with you? Yes, go ahead. And

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I pray to God that God guided me into our truth. You know, my situation like that I prayed. Yeah, so I, I had a dream like I was reading the Calma, the shahada, Subhan, Allah, Allah, Allah. And, and even my parents read that Allah reading.

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I was reading this continuous, Allah.

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Allahu Akbar. So Joshua, this is a sign from Allah to you to accept this. And don't pay attention to your doubts, because these doubts are spread deliberately by liars, and shayateen. Devil, so that, you know, you cannot accept the truth. But don't delay, don't delay. This is a sign from Allah, I believe, for you to accept and inshallah your parents will follow you. This is a sign for your parents as well. You will accept Islam and your parents will also accept Islam in sha Allah and brother. We were not planning to go live today. This is a pure coincidence, coincidence, but there is no constant.

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assertion. You know, this is a test session, we just discussed it, we went live. And I think it's time for you to take the shot. Almost. I'm convinced so much, but I'm just

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having a fear that I'm scared that am I going in the right path? Or do I end up in the Hellfire if I close this part?

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This part is definitely better than Christianity. Don't worry about that. Okay, this is the only part

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that will lead to truth. And we're not saying this arrogantly, because we have studied in depth. And there is no other way God. First of all, you need to understand there is only one God, there is only one God, there is only one God. And Muhammad is a true prophet of God. Once these two, two statements are verified, and they and you're convinced of them, then there is nothing left for you except to you know, take your shahada and accept Islam in sha Allah. Okay, I think you should not go ahead and take the brave step and give Allah a chance to guide you. And inshallah Allah, Allah subhanaw taala will open your heart and Allah will also your guidance and continue to seek

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knowledge, internet videos, read books, read Basic Books on Islam, read the biography of the Prophet salaallah Islam sympathetically and inshallah you will see the guidance coming to you. Are you ready?

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Go ahead.

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You're ready. Yeah. Then repeat after me.

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Okay, one one, could you please tell me the power of the Holy Spirit which Jesus mentions? It is not the Holy Spirit which which Christians claim to be.

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You see the word people once I've seen people in my churches like the when they are filled with

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filled with the Holy Spirit, they speak in tongues. And what is that? That's the shaitan speaking through them, and they are making things up. By the way. I've seen many people

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Speaking in different tongues, and they'll be speaking, you know, also they'll be making things change, possibly change, or they'll be making things up. They'll be making things up. It's not a language. That makes sense. They'll just be making things up. I've seen many people in Africa doing that kind of stuff. It doesn't make you about that.

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Yeah. Oh, no, this is this is not the Spirit. This is the shaytaan. Jin possesses them, right? And they start speaking on Christians to Yeah, it happens to me and what I've heard, like answers, what are they doing? When I asked my parents and my elders? They say that it's this is the language of court. No one can understand except God, the Holy Spirit is talking to God like that. Yes, yes, absolutely. You see a lot of these things you hear in the church. And when you see people claiming these things. Firstly, that Holy Spirit doesn't exist, what the Christians are saying, you know, about the Holy Spirit, that concept doesn't exist. Even the Christian Church Fathers were not clear

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on it for the first 300 years, they were still debating as to the nature of the Holy Spirit. They had no idea, one of the most learned men in the third century called origin. Okay, he writes that we have no idea. I mean, we are not laying on the status of the Holy Spirit. We don't know whether it's generate or in generate. We don't know whether it's a son, or whether it's a separate person, right? They still had no idea for 300 years. What the Holy Spirit is, it's a made up concept. The Holy Spirit, we know the Bible is Angel Gabriel. It is Jabra eel. Okay, now, rural coders is called Rural coders in the Quran, which means literally the Holy Spirit. That's what the Bible talks about. It

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was jabrai, who was coming to the prophets. It was bringing revelation to the prophets, like the book of Daniel tells us that Jabril came with revelation to the prophets. Okay, so that Holy Spirit, which the Christians are imagining in their minds, doesn't exist. It does not exist, right? There is no, there is no such thing as Holy Spirit. There is no Trinity. Okay, you need the Holy Spirit for the Trinity, and they had to make it up.

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And believe me, you can't make this stuff up. Seriously, if you go to the history, and you find out how the Trinity was actually made up. It took it took Christians for 100 years to define the doctrine of the Trinity. Yeah, it has nothing to do with Jesus. It has nothing to do with the Bible. Even though the Bible is corrupted, it is altered, it is not in its original form as taught by the prophets, despite all that, you cannot find the Trinity in the Bible is not there. So that means it is false. So Islam is true. All the Muslim claims are true. claims made in the Quran are true when it comes to Christianity. None of those false Yahshua Yeah, so

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you should land you should accept Islam straightaway. Okay.

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I'm thinking you want to take a shot now?

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Huh? I will. Just 111 moment. So yes, I have another question. Also. I'm sorry, I'm bothering you with many. You know, bothering us. This is why we went live.

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You're very

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cutting. We went live for you today.

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Your dream, your dream. Allah is being fulfilled at the moment. You know, that's why you wish you had a doubt. To whom to ask whom to share with. Yes, go ahead. We'll try.

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So he Bukharin volume number nine. I don't know what is this but whoever changed his religion kill him. What is okay, okay. Yeah, and this is this is this is a report in sail Bukhari. And it is about those people who were accepting Islam who were accepting Islam in the time of the Prophet deliberately. Okay, they would come to Islam, okay. They tend to be Muslims, and then apostatize to discourage others. Okay. So they would do it as a planned strategy. Okay. They would accept Islam, apparently. Yeah, they would go to the Muslims and they would say we are Muslim and we want slum they would get very happy, right? And then some days later, or some time later, they would

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apostatize and they would say, Okay, now look, we have left Islam, there is nothing in Islam. This is to encourage other apostasy is to deal with this problem to deal with the problem. Prophet said what he said that any of these people now if they do this, then the punishment is death. That's what the Prophet said.

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That's what the Buhari saying.

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Is it still the same?

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That's what the Prophet says. You see, there is no doubt that if the rule of Islam is applied

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In some countries wherever, okay, we live in the world, those rules don't apply here. None of none of the rules of countries rise up. Not even in Arab countries, these rules are not applied even in the Arab countries, right? If, if a land is governed by the rules of Islam, then the rules of Islam will be applied, the law of Islam will be applied and the law of Islam is not secular law, or liberal law, or French law, or the American law, or the Australian law is the law of Islam. And the law of Islam has these clauses

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within it, so, so all of the law would be applied. So anyone who wants to announce publicly to encourage others and cause a disturbance in the society, they have to face this law.

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Okay, so this is the this is the reason why the Prophet said what he said. Okay, this is the context of that was absolutely, absolutely, as I understand it, yes. That's the content. And a lot of people Islamophobes nowadays, and missionaries use this even though Christian civilization, or applying the same law in a much, much more severe form throughout the Christian history. Um, reason after the rise of liberalism and secularism, the Christians have changed. I'm not saying all Christians,

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generally speaking, Christendom, or the Christian civilization has adopted liberalism and secularism as a way of life

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against the teachings of the Bible, and the teachings of Jesus Christ.

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So, so Christianity widely now is another form of liberalism, or vice versa. Christianity, Christianity has become liberal and secular. While that wasn't the case, in the last, let's say, 2000 years, predominantly, up to the year 1900. Christians were applying their laws. According to the Bible, biblical rules are applied. Many, many atrocities are committed because of that.

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Okay, okay. Yep. Thank you. No problem, Joshua. So do you want to accept Islam now?

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Want

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you want to then repeat after?

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Okay.

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Say a shadow. A shadow. Allah. La ilaha.

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Illa Allah, Allah, Shadow shadow. Anna, anna muhammadan. Martin Rasulullah.

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I bear witness, I did witness that there is no one worthy of worship. There is no one worthy of worship, except ALLAH, except Allah.

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And Muhammad

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is the Messenger of Allah is the messenger of Allah.

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And congratulations, my brother, Joshua, Allah bless you, Allah accept from you. You are now a Muslim, and you will only get stronger and stronger. Don't leave any doubts in your mind. Always ask questions and try to clear your doubts. Okay? Don't leave your doubts, because you're a new Muslim. Now, Allah bless you, all of your past mistakes and sins have been wiped away. You are like a newborn baby. The Prophet sallallahu Sallam told us anyone who accepts Islam is like a newborn baby, all the previous mistakes and sins have been wiped away. You are like a newborn child you appeal. And and try to make yourself as learned as, as, as stronger as possible. And that's possible when

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you read when you learn when you build upon your knowledge of Islam. And if any doubt comes to your mind, never ever leave it ending in your mind. Like you asked so many questions today. And I'm very happy that you asked these questions. And we tried our best to clarify some of these things. Okay, we are we are not perfect. We are not the most learned men in the history of Islam or in the Muslim world, but we can do our best. May Allah bless you, may Allah give you more and more strength and May Allah enable your parents to follow your example, may Allah fulfill your dream. Half of it has been fulfilled already. What a beautiful dream you had and Allah will fulfill the rest of your dream

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in scarlet very, very soon your parents will follow up inshallah. And in the private, please put your email address and I'll put you into contact with

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our team in India, who take care of new Muslims and there you can

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learn the basics of Islam and you'll find a friendly environment as well. So please in the private chat, put your email address. I just got it

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It was very nice speaking to you, my brother Allah bless you, and we will pray. That was a nice meeting. You also thank you so much. watching your videos since two years

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and Allah Allah guide you Allah continue to strengthen you and Allah give you the and become a Daya start giving our now start. Can I get one thing about this? Yes, please go ahead. Being a Christian.

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I have been sharing I mean, doing Dawa to my friends about Islam being a Christian and doing this

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amico I'm telling about, you know,

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giving Java hope. Yeah. There's a reason why you had that.

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There is a, there is a reason why you had that dream. Why Allah showed you that dream is to basically warn you and to wake you up, that it is time for you now to accept what you have been telling others. Allahu Akbar. Allah bless you. So this is, this is something I want to say to all the brothers and sisters who are watching right now live. Brothers and sisters, all of you are watching right now and who will watch later, take inspiration from Joshua. Joshua, having been Christian in the past, was doing dour for Islam, among his Christian friends. And now Allah has guided him himself. He's now become a Muslim. Today with us on live Please all of you may God for

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him. Give me God's Allah give him strength. And it's Takoma to continue the strong Muslim and continue with our job, Joshua. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you so easily your email address in the chat? I've left Yeah, yep, I've got it. And yeah, while we are here, I'm just going to give you a test email.

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And tell us if you have received it in sha Allah. And in the meantime, you're you're welcome to to continue watching and we will move on to another question. Ah, Allah, Allah. There have been so many questions.

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For Allah, we will email you. Maybe you can do it later on. I'll do it. Okay. Joshua Samadhi comm thank you so much. Allah bless you, Joshua brothers, sisters. We do apologize for the long discussion. But it was worth it. Joshua is now Muslim. Allah bless him. Allah has blessed him with Islam. We have obeyed Imran next summer compound. Family koonunga Do you have 100? I'm gonna wait, how are you? Angered? First of all, it's an amazing feeling talking to you. And after this amazing experience we just had before me, I just want to say I'm a great great admirer of you, you are a great scholar slam.

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Not a scholar. I'm only a student of Islam and I'm still learning.

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I know you're very humble. And, and we like that about you. But you are a great scholar of Islam. I hate to just you know, talk about it this this era, I have not seen somebody who's well, so much well versed. You know, there are scholars of Islam who had done the study and you know, they are very learned etc. We accept all of them. They're very nice. Mashallah, all of them. But but the I mean, the knowledge you have and your memory, that's something which makes you very unique. And mashallah, we are proud that you are a Pakistani. And

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that's the main thing.

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So, this makes us really proud. And I really feel humbled talking to you. I have two questions. Other one is

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we are very sad today. Whatever happened in shellcode? I'm not sure if you got to know about it or not. So this makes me feel like there is no hope in this society anymore in terms of extremism and kind of lawlessness has been going on for very long. Do you see any hope? And do you see any any better man a future? I mean, in future can this nation become?

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You know what I'm trying to say? Secondly, what I feel that, yeah, I can put in my question, and then you can answer you want to this one.

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I will quickly respond to this one. It is absolutely appalling. What happened? Islam does not permit vigilante justice. Islam does not allow the taking of the law into the mobs hand or even into a person's hand. It is not allowed for people to start being the judge, jury and executioner. Even if a crime was committed, let's say even if even if we don't know the details, we don't know what happened. We don't know why these people did what they did, right. But even if there was a crime, allegedly, if it took place, it should have been dealt with, according to the law, instead of people doing the so called mob justice. It is absolutely appalling.

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This behavior is not acceptable under any circumstances in Islam, there is no mob justice. Islam is a is a religion, which teaches civilization. Okay, we are the torchbearers of a civilized way of life. We Muslims cannot be behaving like this and what you saw in Pakistan, although you may be very hopeless, but there is always hope. There are good people there. Okay. There are a lot of educated people there. There are a lot of morally upright, upright people. What you saw there on the street is John, I call it ignorance. I call it pure ignorance. People are not aware of Islam. People think what they're doing is Islam, but they have no idea. None of these people I can guarantee you have

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picked up a book on Islam and have read it. None of them. These people, the mob, okay is like a crowd. It's like a herd, okay. And in a stampede, it is very difficult to survive. You must have seen some of these African videos, you know, where the way the wildlife you see, will be running into a direction. If you stand in the way you will be crushed. So mob justice or mob behavior is like a stampede. People just follow the crowd. They get aroused, they get emotional, and they start doing stupid things without even realizing the repercussions or they don't even think about Islam in Islam is the application of Islamic law, right. So what happened there is absolutely appalling and

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it is unacceptable. It cannot happen and and you know what? Why do we condemn lynchings in India? Why are we so against lynchings in India, where mobs are lynching innocent people? Okay, what if our people, yeah, if our people are doing the same thing they are, they are no different. That's why we cannot be like the BJP and promote these lynchings or subtly support them. We don't We openly condemn them. We openly speak against them. And we we cannot accept this behavior. We have to educate our masses, we have to tell them that this kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable. We cannot accept this kind of Lynch, culture or mob culture. So that's my take on that. And there is a

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lot of hope. But the obeyed, never lose hope with Allah subhanaw taala. Even though the situation looks very grim, when you look at the crowds, or when you look at the situation or the state of let's say traffic, if you are stuck in traffic and Pakistan in Lahore, Rawalpindi or Karachi, you know, you lose hope you think these people are they ever going to learn? Are they ever going to become civilized? Are they ever going to behave like Muslims, okay, but there are those people in that crowd who are not who are not like that are not like that, okay. So there is always hope and hope is in educating people, we need to educate more and more, and you will see, you will start

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seeing the change. Inshallah, definitely I also wanted to add that, you know, there's a statement that came out by Prime Minister Imran Khan, straightaway talking about arrests, and also about the horrific thing. We have journalists like Ansara bossy, we have people all over social media condemning it. And I just wanted to just highlight that when these things happen in India, they're silent. The politicians are silent, the people are silent. You do get very good Indians who do stand up by in terms of the government, this fascist government, they implicitly dog whistle to these far right elements. And we have legislation in Islam, to show what happens to people in the hereafter

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who kill me, we have legislation for that. And not maybe you can narrate the saying of the Prophet Solomon about not entering Jannah for people who kill people of the covenant. Absolutely. So the thing is, we in this world will be punished in the Hereafter you will be punished. And it is a very sickening thing. But we have to remember that the actions of small extreme minority does not represent everybody. This is true in the Western world, you know that we don't blame all Western people for what happened in Iraq, you know, million people died, we don't blame. So we have to obviously be be just and be consistent, but it is a very sad insert. And we don't know what the

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details are. Look, we don't know, we don't know whether the person committed a crime or not. Okay, whatever the case is, right? If the person broke the law of the land, then let the Lord deal with it. Right. Okay. There is as I as I made it very clear, there is no mob justice in Islam, it doesn't exist. Right. And, and and it is not Islamic, it cannot be justified. Islamically there is nothing in Islam that can justify the such behavior. Let's move on to your next question. So my next question was a non way we are dealing dealing with most of the time I see our scholars movie or dealing with Christian Christianity, Christian missionaries or Hinduism and spread of other

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religions who are attacking Islam or you know, trying to convert Hindus or Buddhists.

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to Islam, but don't you think that today's scholarship is a kind of ignorant towards Atheism and agnosticism, which is myself a lot of lot of people, youngsters who are my friend personally I know them they are they belong to Muslim Muslim families and born Muslims and educated Muslims but they are very fast becoming agnostic or atheist.

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falling into these traps. Very, very good friend used to used to say now he's saying that he's a general manager in a very big company, multinational company, very educated guy. He lives in us now used to be in Karachi. And he when he comes to Karachi, he says that hazard, GRI lolis anom is actually an alien. Okay, interesting. He came to Muhammad sallallahu alayhi salam with a book. And he just narrated him a story. And, and, and, and that's how we follow them. I mean, they are they are aliens, and they are manipulating some Okay. Well, that's an interesting theory. Yes. Very similar to panspermia, where Richard Dawkins talks about aliens sending life on Earth. Yeah. Yeah,

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even even Richard, Richard Dawkins. And these can look, people can come with all sorts of wild theories, right? We don't need to, we don't need to be worried about that. But I do agree with you 100%, that are religious scholars who are taught and who are teaching in religious seminaries. They need to take atheism more seriously. Okay, because they're not taking it seriously. It is rising in the Muslim world, not because Islam is not satisfying people. It's because people are not aware of Islam. People don't appreciate Islam. People don't know about Islam. They're not being taught Islam. Okay. And what they're doing is they're watching these videos online, and they get confused because

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they don't have any knowledge, how to defend Islam, they fall prey to these, you know, internet onslaughts. So our scholars need to take this issue very seriously. I agree with you and we have been advising our Allah ma, that we need to start possibly investing in educating our students of Islam or scholars of Islam in to basically clarifying their position on atheism, and how Islam basically counters atheism. Right. We have very, very powerful counter arguments. We have very, very powerful counter, you know, statements. And there is a lot in the Quran that can be used against atheism, there is so there is so much in the Quran, that is enough to counter atheism,

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philosophically speaking, I'm talking about philosophy, you know, philosophical ideas, we can find them in the Quran. You know, the cosmological argument is in the Quran, by the way, you know, I,

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I used to be it's a very attractive trap. It is a trap and agnostic trap science trap. It's a very attractive trap. And

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I almost fell prey to it. But your videos and brother jobs videos actually make me come back to Islam.

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That's why I really admire you and love you for that and further along to him. Thank you. So I will. I will and keep watching our videos brother obeyed and it was very nice talking to you. And keep us in the US. It was my honor speaking with you, thank you so much for reaching out.

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I'm gonna move on in sha Allah, Allah.

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Allah.

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A Salam aleikum, brother Shafiq.

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What Aiko was salam ala

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Hassan a coma nun by subway? How are you?

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You calling us from

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it? I'm from Pakistan. No shahada close to the shower. Okay.

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I've been there before batalik

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I've been to no shadow.

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Oh, well, Mashallah. Mashallah, welcome sir anytime you know, we are always you are always welcome, sir.

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Yes, sir. I am a great admirer of all you people sir. I used to watch all your videos and debates with these other faith believers. And sir, I always make the wall and the wall like this that my children can become like you people, sir. I don't have a company my circle. I wish that myself or my friend should be like you people so that I can learn. But anyhow, sir.

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It's nice to see you sir. I'm confused. Behind I'm actually forgetting my questions, which I want to ask.

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Yeah. So activities that you

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First of all male I will make a dua for you people are Allah make your life easy your work.

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Allah make you happy by your children, Allah make Allah bless your parents, along with my parents and your children along with my children, sir.

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So yes, sir, my question is

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I was listening to Zack and like once and and his lecture, he said that for another to go to Jana, you have four criteria which he

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which which he quoted words through Rathore. Right, like, oh, yeah, like, he's

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awesome.

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What would happen with also b sub C's? Or if you want to go to Jana, you have to fulfill all these four criteria. One is said that is Alhamdulillah. We have another one is calling other people to have.

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And I'm really sorry, that is the second the third is calling people too hot. And the fourth one is calling to patients. Patients. Yes. Yes. So my question is, is it like on every Muslim, it is our duty? Like if we met our non non Muslim friends, our colleagues are somehow we made them we have to, we have to give our to those to our friends to non Muslim people? Or if you don't do thou, we don't call them to or can try to convert them to Islam. So we will not fulfill that criteria or that that part of

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criteria to go to Jennifer, that is my one question. Okay. Question also, I will respond to this very quickly. No, not necessarily. Not necessarily. Because Tao is multi dimensional, right? You can do Dawa. From your tongue, you can write books, you can do data from your behavior, you can do the hour from your face, right? If you are smiling, for example, you're a Muslim, who is visibly Muslim, right. And when you meet people, you're always smiling. You meet them pleasantly even that is dour, so long as your near your intention is to give data. So if you do something for the NEA, with the need of data, for example, then that could be regarded as what they've asked for will hack you are

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actually calling upon the truth, either by words, either by deeds, you know, or even by your body language for that matter. Okay? Even Smiling. Smiling is a way of Dawa, remaining tidy. Okay, keeping yourself clean. As long as people know that what you're doing is because of Islam, is because of your Islam because of your faith. You are behaving the way you behave. Even that can be dour. So you it's very easy to indulge in what aulassa Will, Huck. And what also is robbery is you're tested, in case you're tested. So if you're tested, you need to be steadfast. You need to be tested because you need strong, you don't give up. You don't give up right. So these are some of the

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things doctors I can like might be talking about. So this this is this is it's not a problem. I hope that answers your call. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. So I don't have to talk to my friends, non Muslim friends about Islam or something I just have to convey by my actions like this. You mean to say yeah,

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sorry.

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I just have to convince them by my actions. Yes to two words, look, words are important. But if words are not backed by actions, then those words are cheap. even Allah says in the Quran, when you call people to Allah, make sure you act upon what you're calling them. To. For example, Allah says Allah Belemnite chatango regime, woman, Sano colon memoranda, Isla, he Rama la sala Han, or Carla in any mineral mineral Muslimeen, whose word is better than the one who calls to Allah. And he acts righteously. He acts righteously. Right? So in other words, the lysing you call people and you also act righteously. Okay, you can't be a quality Allah, and then you're cheating, you're lying, you're

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drinking and you're clubbing and you're doing things like that. So, both calling and acting has to, you know, be in line with each other. You have to you know, there has to be consistency between the words and your actions. I hope that helps inshallah. Exactly, exactly, sir. My second question is, actually I will not take your time, sir. There is a lot of queue. So my second question, it's not actually a question I kind of advise you people always give references like not references like

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If someone asked you a book of history, Muslim history or something like this, you always give them a history like for a beginner this this kind of book you can read and this kind of book, actually it is for my kid actually I had a kid now he will be inshallah and 14, he will be one year. So, is there any kind of institute like under one roof, he can become more all in one by all in one, it means that he can become a die. And Anna, an astronaut, or a scientist, is there an institute and the world where I can take my kid over there. And he study Quran Hadith stuff, see, and at the same time, mad science, astronomy and science, like you.

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I think there are some institutions where you can do that. I think recently, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, he launched a new university called ALCAR. There, I'm not aware of the details. But that looks like a good project where they are trying to do that, where they're trying to produce theological scholars who would be qualified in so called secular sciences also, right, so you can get them to study theology, you can get them to study Islamic sciences, Quran, Tafseer, Hadith, and also any subject of their choice. So they will be producing possibly polymaths. A polymath is someone who is qualified in theology, and at the same time, he may have degrees or masters or PhDs

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in other secular subjects. So it is very possible. I'll call them check it out. AKAZA University. Imran Khan, instantly launched it in Pakistan with the help of some scholars. Check it out, inshallah. Tada.

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Thank you. So So let's pray for me. Pray for My mother and father. I will bless them all. Bless them all. Thank you so much a lovely

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show here, along with a La Liga, salaam, Shahid. How are you? I am very well now that I'm on the live chat with you guys. You know, first of all, I would like to thank you brothers for your hard work and your dedication for everything that you guys do. I was on the brink of nihilism about four years ago and I stumbled Alhamdulillah I stumbled upon your videos brother Hashem, brother, man. So, of course,

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as well. And you know, it might be back to my religion and

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I particularly you know, when we meet people like you, yes. It actually inspires us. You they happier that you're talking to us, then you hope the other way around. Exactly. We need you more than you need us. Trust me. Okay, people like us. We need more. We need You more. We need you more so that you can tell us encourage us because we feel down sometimes as well. We feel we sometimes we think is it even working. You know? Is our Dawa even working? Are we even sincere? Okay, are we even saved somewhere?

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Yeah, Alhamdulillah brothers, I rest assured. Your your Dawa is working people. It's reaching people, lots of people, even my own friends, because I've stumbled upon it. And they found Islam. So brothers keep playing.

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I have an affinity towards history. And like you, Brother, brother, man. And I have a question related to madmen the second and his conquest of Constantinople and relation to the prophets, if you could just talk about it a little bit. And I've heard comments and allegations that after the conquest of Constantinople, he had allowed his armies a grace period of one or two days to pillage and plunder. Constantinople are these true? What are your thoughts about it? And could you talk about it with in relation to the Prophet Sadie please? Firstly, applying the these are the profits of the salon to any individual is problematic. I don't like to do that. Okay. This is a very tricky

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area, you know, application of Hadith on an individual or on a certain reality, it has to be done very carefully. And one has to have solid grounds to do so. Okay. The Sahaba did it. But they had more knowledge. They had more understanding the words of the prophets are some then us. But for us today to say that the Hadith about the conquest of Constantinople applies to Sultan, Mohammed Al Fatah. It is highly problematic, because many, many more campaigns and expeditions were sent to Constantinople before him, Okay, before him, but about the army, for example, that army that opens Constantinople is forgiven, that had these they're definitely maybe the army is generally definitely

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part of it. But even then, even then, it's a general application to a general you know, the crowd, not every single individual from the army, by that virtue is in paradise.

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Okay, when the Prophet said army, it means most people are predominantly every single one who was sincere. But I'm sure there were people who were not, for example, the man who made the guns, who made the guns for Sultan Muhammad Fatah was a Christian. Yes, it was a Christian. He was part of the army. Is he going to Jana as well? No, he's an exception. He's exempted, right? Because if he believes in the Trinity, he's not going to Jannah the Quran is very clear on that, right. So, when the Prophet made this statement, if it applies to Sultan, Mohammed Al Fatah and his army, then it has to be applied generally, not specifically every single individual right? But it is still

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problematic to apply the Hadith of the prophets of salaam to any one particular individual or entity. Right. And the second point you made was that he, okay. He plundered Constantinople, and his

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rampage. There are many, many, many more examples of that this was the norm. At that time, historically speaking, every single King, every single army that invaded another territory, it was understood that if they conquer by force, that everything within the city belongs to the army and the Sultan. And by that virtue, higher Sophia came into the possession of Sultan Muhammad Al Fatah, it was his property, he claimed it as his property, okay, because he conquered Constantinople by force. It wasn't, it didn't surrender to Him, the city did not surrender. The people of the city fought the last

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Byzantine Emperor Constantine fought and for that reason, the city was taken by force and whatever was within the city, according to the understood and agreed upon conventions of the time, everything that was within the city belong to the army of Sultan Muhammad the Fatah and him this was an understood reality in the Middle Ages, every single army every single King every single photon was doing it.

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Thank you, brother, okay, can we apply these same steps and also I would like to highlight to expect an angel from photon Mohammed Al Fatah, or someone who landed from the heavens or for him for you know, sometimes we we paint our you know, how can I put it this photons from the past in our history, we paid them as angels as if they cannot do anything wrong. Of course, they made many mistakes, there is so many photon Muhammad Fatah is actually you know, he is known for even introducing a law, which is called feticide, you know, feticide, basically killing you. Yeah, he did that. He did that. Was he writing this? Absolutely not. We don't agree with that. We don't accept

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that. So not every single action of these people was Islamic, or not everything they did in the life was for Islam. You know, they had their own political motives.

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Of course, they were Muslims, and they even possibly loved Islam, but they didn't always follow Islam and Islamic conventions in the actions. So that do these standards apply to America

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as well when he conquered Jerusalem and charm, etc, and Persia, yet, they were they also Asaba Rasool also made mistakes, there is no doubt they made mistakes, but predominantly speaking, generally speaking, their behavior was very, very noble. Look at the conquest of Damascus, when Khalid bin volleyed and Abu Zubaydah, when Jarrah and other Muslim generals took the city of Damascus, half the city was taken by force, the other half was taken by treaty. And when they met in the middle of the city, Hall had been bullied was insisting that I have taken my half by treaty Boveda from the other side or the one he was saying, No, we took it by force. So it was decided that

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one half of the city is to be treated as if it was taken under the Treaty and the other half is occupied, which is under occupation. That's why initially, the Jamia you know, the the Grand Mosque, the Grand Mosque of Damascus, you know, the Grand Mosque of Damascus is a it's a very famous

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Masjid. Now it is, it was basically a church at the time. And half the building was taken by the Muslims because half the city was taken by force and it was converted into a masjid the other half was left as a church. So the Christians continue to worship because under the treaty, they buildings of worship are to be left alone. This is how fair the Muslims were initially with the with these kinds of situations, you know, so of course the same law applies, but these people were not perfect. They didn't make mistakes.

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Alright brothers, thank you so much for your answers and

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I just wanted to add something. So as Adnan was saying, look at the Sahaba they

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For the most noble of people and the way that they conquered,

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and in the manner in which they conducted themselves in even according to the standards of the day, it was very compassionate, absolute right. And what we have to remember is that, you know, when people try and bring up things about the Civil War, the first fitna second fitna, those are like, if you like, overall, the Sahaba are the best of generations. And they can't use these small incidents to, to basically say, therefore, this happened or that happened. The other thing, which I just wanted to mention, I think this is very important.

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You see, in international relations today, in international relations today, we have a international system, which has a body and treaties like the United Nations and international treaties, the World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, and all these other

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type of movements, and, you know, legislations, so states have to act in a particular way, okay. And Muslim states, they have to obviously abide by, you know, whatever treaties they make, and this type of thing. However, in the pre modern world, in the ancient world,

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you did not have those international organizations and international norms and international monitors, monitors. Now, what's interesting is prior to this, prior to the UN, you had the League of Nations, but prior to the League of Nations, you had nothing. Now, the state of the world unanimously, According to historians, and International Relations scholars, and sociologists and anthropologists, is that you had a state of anarchy, where there was no clearly defined borders. And the the worldview that was held at the time was primarily what's known as realism. Realism is essentially a a perspective in which your national security is the number one priority. So when it

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came to, for example, the Arabs at the time, if they did not conquer the Romans, the Romans would have conquered them if they did not conquer the Persians, the Persians would have conquered them, because those were the empires and there was no clearly defined borders. Also, we have a say narration of prophecy Salam, where he said, Do not attack the Ethiopians, unless they attack you first, do not attack the Turks unless they attack you first. And there's paraphrasing here. And you know, what's amazing is that these two groups of people, they converted to Islam without a war, and there was no conquest in in these regions. So this idea that Muslims went on a type of Blitzkrieg,

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and they just invaded everybody. No, it wasn't as clear as that it was based upon your security preferences, and your security risks and what's actually dangerous for you. And in the pre modern world, every single state had to act in this way in terms of its national survival. So when people try and say what Muslims conquered, every single civilization was conquering. And the only reason they stopped conquering is when they were blocked by someone else. So I think it's very important that when we look at, for example, today, in the in the modern world, we have liberalism as one, one view within international relations, we have realism, we have Neo realism, we have Neo liberalism,

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we have constructivism, we have all these different perspectives, with the ancient world is brutal. And that's just the way it was. So we can use that whatever happened in in the history there, and then start saying, okay, therefore Muslims are bad because they were conquering, because this is very unfair. Yeah, it was, it was a fight for survival. Yeah. And even I mean, to say this, to say, just to say bluntly, as far as the Prophet was concerned, this conquest was to bring Islam to people not to force them to accept Islam, but introduce them to Islam. And it would be impossible for people to know about Islam if the Persian army was standing in the way or if the Roman army was

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standing in the way. So this is why the Sahaba they made it very clear, the reason we fight these empires is number one, because they extremely oppressive, number two, because they will not allow us to take Islam to the people. So the primary reason was to take Dawa to the people of these lands and remove the injustice and which is what they did. They did they make mistakes in the process? Absolutely. Did the Prophet correct them? Absolutely. For example, Khalid bin volleys rhodiola, Juan, when he committed an atrocity in a town where people were mistakenly killed, okay, it was a mistaken identity and they were killed. Rasulullah saw salaam immediately said I am free from the

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actions of Khalid and

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he Yeah, he said it in front of all of his all companions, I'm free from his actions. So in Islam, we are a people of justice if one of ours if one of our people commits an

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atrocity does something wrong, we immediately tell him, this is wrong. And we condemn that action. And we do not repeat it, we try our best not to repeat it. So having looked at all these things, whether it's a guru mentioned, yeah.

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In the absence of all these conventions and all these rules and regulations, you have a state of anarchy. And despite all that, the Muslims are still abiding by their own principles. For example, never treacherous. Don't, don't, don't, don't betray the Christians and Jews. If you have a treaty with them, you have to stand by it. You can, for example, when abou availab, injera, the city of Damascus when it was taken, okay, the Roman emperor, the Byzantine emperor Heraclius, he came back with a large army to take back the land of Syria, from the Muslims. Okay, what happens, I will Aveda injera had already taken Jizya Okay, a poll tax from the non Muslims to protect them for their own

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protection. So now he had to leave the city of Damascus, what does he do? He tells his treasurer to refund all the money. It is like going to one of these modern shopping centers, you bought a device or you bought a piece of cloth, you don't like it, you want to go back and you want to refund it. And one of the one of the ways these companies advertise themselves, or promote the product is that we will refund if you're not satisfied, we will refund right. And that's how they get. That's how they actually promote the product right away that told his treasurer to refund all the money to Christians of Damascus, right? And when is this happening? When he is in a state of war with one of

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the biggest powers in the world the Byzantines, right? This is when he needs the money. If he swallowed all that money, if he took it away and not give it back to the Christians, you know what the Christians would understand. They would say this is a state of war. We don't blame them. They took our money, they never gave it back. But our way they said we took this money for their protection, we can no longer protect them, we're not able to do so anymore because a large armies coming to attack us and we have to leave the city for strategic reasons therefore, we will give the money back that was taken for the production. So it is not right for us. It is not fair for us to

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keep the money. You know the Christians when there is when they received the money back. They were praying for the Muslims for them to come back. Allah they were praying this has been Yeah, this is this has been documented by Dionysius of tamari, He's a historian writing in the ninth century and Claudia will use have also mentioned this immutable garage which was written the second century of Islam so these details have been put down these are the kind of models we follow that when you deal with people you deal fairly okay and that's what the Quran commands when you deal with people deal fairly do justice don't do injustice, I think will

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further change I think is that it? Yes, that was a beautiful answer. Thank you guys so much. I hope you guys you know succeed in your Dawa keep keep doing what you're doing and brother anon if I could just request one thing from you. If you could put more posts on your on your YouTube channel about history,

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history Indian history Spain Charles, more detailed histories that would be great. I love the topic of Islamic history inshallah my brother I will do so I will do so I will make a point of it inshallah noted well

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last couple of questions Jilla quick, Marshall, and Sharla Okay, so brothers in the chat

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if you could please post your question in the private chat and also switch on your cameras. You don't need to get your own when you're live unless you want to but in the back end so we can see that you are real people okay

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okay,

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Hammad, can you please switch on your camera?

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So we can see your real person

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and we are about to end this live feeds live feed so we will try our best to give as as many answers as quickly as possible inshallah for this on charges. Yeah.

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Good.

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Okay, so let's go to the next person. Okay. In terms of questions, we're trying to go to the questions which have not been addressed. There are so many hundreds here.

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Um, let me see which would be

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would be good

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I saw Nick and brother Hassan

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Brother Mohammed, A salaam alaikum. Brother Mohammed, your life As salam o alaikum. Molecule salam ala ricotta?

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Yeah. So I just basically had a question. I have a friend whom I recently started giving Dawa to since I started practicing, okay, he's heavily influenced by the likes of Sadhguru. So, and he comes from an Indian background, no ideas, like God isn't everyone and everyone has the potential to attain divinity and stuff on your backs this. He backs this up by saying that there have been gurus that attained this divinity by such and such methods in the scriptures and stuff like the Vedas, and try to give him like a rational argument for Islam. He basically says that we can't know anything about, like things exterior to this life, except by experience, even if that goes against rational

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to like, I've been having much difficulty approaching him.

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How do I deal with this? You You have you? Have you covered go wrap? Our our course. Okay, just just you I know, I know, you might have already used that on him. But you see, Sadhguru is basically a very confusing, and a very confused person. Okay, he himself is confused. It doesn't make much sense to a lot of people. And he keeps jumping from theory to theory, right? So a lot of these people, unfortunately, have been confused by him. So if you actually talk to them about the purpose of life, they will give you a confusing answer something not very clear. Right? So the best thing to do is to get them down to accepting the existence of God, do they accept God? Does this person accept God's

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existence?

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No, I couldn't get past G because he basically says that we can't know anything. Like I tried to give him a rational argument to establish God's existence and that God is one by necessity. And he says that we can't even know anything about it. Because we only can only know by experience, what you do your best with people like this and then make dua for them, you know, people who are not willing to accept any information as reality or as as a rational basis for a discussion, then you cannot have a discussion with people like that. Unfortunately, there is no room for discussion. What do you think about this award? Yeah, um, I was gonna say, you know, part of the Go rap as a non

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mentioned, the first thing we do is to establish that we are going to use common sense logic. We're not going to use emotions, we are going to use initiation, all of this stuff initiation. Exactly. So the thing is, that's where he's failing. That's where he is not accepting. He's saying, No, I can experience things. But that's where you really need to get him to think that look, if you cross the road, you're going to look left and right. You're not going to go by Exactly, yeah. So in your everyday life, you use your reason you use your rationale, you actually think about things. And also, I guess, you just get him to think look at the end of the day. Sadhguru is a human being. And

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obviously, his knowledge is limited knowledge is limited, but also as Adnan says he likes to speak in an abstract way, which sounds philosophically interesting, but is actually incoherent. You will actually see that the way he talks, you can tell it's to extract as me sound bites as a lecture from a lecture

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as much as possible, rather than giving people something robust, some rather than giving them a spiritual insight. He's just trying to get some sound bites out of people, right and out of conversations and trying to sound really interesting. And you can he's reeking of this. Sadly, he's reeking of evil.

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In his history, his history is appalling. I was listening to one of his lectures he was talking about Barber, and his barbaric invasion and

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his even his history. So, so poor, it's unbelievable that this person is so popular, right? I watched one of his conversations or one of his interactions with the Shashi Tharoor, and eventually through was smiling at him because of his history is so poor. So I feel really, I really feel sorry for these people who are following people like Sadhguru or any other gurus, because there are maybe 1000 gurus in India, everyone with his own philosophy. So who do we accept? Who do we follow, because every single one of them is leading them into a different direction, okay. Some of them are even outright sexual perverts, they have been caught, they have been seen to abusing women, they own

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disciples, when they come to the ashrams they start abusing them, they start using them as sex slaves, right? So it's just one of those things, you have to keep explaining and use common sense. First, get him to agree to the reality of common sense, we all have common sense and we use it in daily on daily basis. If we do that there is nothing wrong with using common sense in a conversation. And once you get him to agree on that, you can lead him through the Golab strategy. And he will possibly think about it in sha Allah, or the mamas. I hope that helps.

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Next week, Polycom Sama, Allah.

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How do we go to next? Sorry.

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I was just trying to just try and say that such images shouldn't be shared.

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Yes. So you want to end your carry on with some people?

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Were doing it? Yeah. Let's Let's go. Okay. I think he's lazy. Okay, okay.

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We saw you.

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It would be unfair for us to, to move on from you. Go ahead.

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Okay, I heard that kind of chance to speak to both of you like, I've been following you for quite a while. Like, I've seen many debates of product non visible. I've seen your deputies as well. But you're too advanced for me to understand office vocabularies and everything. Yeah. Good. Discussions. Yes, absolutely. And I have like a whole like a list of using like, why is God playing these kids? Because see so many debates of you, and you will use it in a discussion. My question is that, how can you do that? Are you planning to come out to UAE one day to speak? And how do how does one invite you to speak actually to end their own country?

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Just invite me in if the country is a safe country, then why not? We would travel differently. Which country? Are you thinking of inviting us to? UAE? Oh, yeah, the UAE is fine. No problem. It's safe. It's open. No problem. Yeah. So what you do is you get in touch via my email address, it is on my YouTube channel, you will see it in the description.

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And,

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and title it title it invitation to so and so country or something like that, or so and so conference, and then I'll look at it, or you can get in touch with me via email, my personal study my Facebook, not my public page, not my favourite post. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I'll post my email address here so that you can reach out.

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Okay, is there right? Oh my god. So I'm gonna I hope I don't start getting spam emails. You know, your only emails. You won't get spam because of this. Okay. Okay, inshallah. Sharla. So, that's it.

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Get in touch and we will be Jhala definitely will look look into it.

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Inshallah. Oh, sorry. I think I missed it. I don't see in the chat. And I can't see it anywhere. I think I missed it. Oh, here you go. It's in the chat.

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Did you see it?

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Oh, he's gone. The Hudson is gone. Okay, brother achmad. You had a question, but you need to switch your camera on. This is Ahmed with it. Okay, there you go. And you can switch it off. Now. If you don't want it on. I think we need to go back to us. And Abdullah maybe he has some. Oh, sorry. Okay, we're gonna add you as well. Awesome. Did you have any questions or anything? And that's it. You got the email, right? No, I think I missed it. Maybe send it again real quick. Private.

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It's in the private chat is in the private chat. Okay.

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The last person to have a comment was Amorth, but I don't see any thing from anybody else. Well,

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no, only there just it some people.

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Yeah, it's also on the screen. You can go back and save it is there on the screen right now. So afterwards, you can go back to this talk and pause it if you want.

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whatever the husband

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has meaning brother, none of them so yes, my friend very very jealous.

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He's also big

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brother Ahmed, some really cool stats. How are you doing?

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It's, it's, it's amazing to see both of you was that soberness that another sheet? I have learned so many things from you. So my question was to start subwoofer

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in your debate with

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what was the guy's name? Cosmic skeptic? You know, that famous clip of you saying is very objectively wrong? Yeah. So that

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another atheist YouTuber made a video on that clip. And in that clip, he was saying that the fact that cosmic skeptic and atheists like him do not believe in objective morality is actually makes more sense than what fears or religious people believe. Because theists should have an objective way to prove that what is objectively true was said by God. So I'm wondering how we answer that.

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Well, he's half right. And he's actually a bit incoherent. So firstly, let's deal with the first part. If theists believe in objectivity, and him as an atheist, and cosmic skeptic and others believe in subjectivity, then every single moral ethic, value, purpose or anything else is meaningless. It has no value. So to even say, my view is better better is a value judgment, what is a value judgment based upon is based upon some form of moral. So if you say, I believe in truth, well, that's a value judgment. If you say I believe helping a poor orphan is good. That's again, a moral judgment. So if somebody is a nihilist, if somebody believes in subjectivity, then is game

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over, you're not in this ball, ball race, you are basically somebody who has attempted to jump on to a say, race, and then you decided to come off the racetrack, because you've said, You've got nothing to offer. That's nihilism. That's atheism, that's subjectivity. So let's just deal with that. If somebody believes in subjectivity, game over, hence why you can't say rape is wrong, or anything else is wrong. Okay. Now, the second point, which is that if they believe in objectivity, then they need an objective way to show that the objectivity that they believe in is the correct objectivity. Now, this is half true. Again, they're confused. Because if we believe in God, and we believe that

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God is the anchor of objective morals, we don't necessarily need to know those morals. So knowing that there is a God is enough for you to establish the objective morality exists. ontologically however, it doesn't mean, I know what that objective morality is, I need to find out what it is, but I can say, I believe in it. Now, Islam, we can show from first principles that is true, we can look into the miracles of the Quran, the miracles of the Prophet, peace be upon him. And then we can say, well, what's from God is obviously truth, what from God is objectively true. So we will say, so we can objectively show the truthfulness of Islam. Therefore, therefore, we can show that the objective

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morals that we refer to when we refer to theism are the morals of Islam and Islam. So we can actually show that, but even if, even if it wasn't a Muslim, arguing with an atheist, they could still believe in objective morality, even without showing what the objective morality is. And likewise, what I mentioned previously, if they accept subjectivity, they have pressed the red button of soft destruction. And as they're being destroyed, they're trying to drag someone with them and say, Come just get destroyed with me, but we just push them away and say, you can carry on destroying yourself. So as soon as someone accepts subjectivity, that's the time that we just simply

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need to say you're out of the race, your value judgments, your morals, your ethics, your idea your ideas on morality, are superflous. Right? And that's the best way of dealing with these atheists. And I just wanted to add, they are the loudest when it comes to human rights, these militant atheists and these New Atheists, however, I am glad now that more and more of them are openly starting to state that atheism doesn't lead to nihilism, and therefore, morality at best is an illusion created

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Our genes to help us survive. And us as Muslims are theists can actually say no morality is a real thing. And so our worldview is a coherent worldview while your worldview is incoherent, because you're speaking about morality, but you cannot justify in any shape or form.

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Okay, so um, we'll start. So basically, the best argument is that, as Muslims, we have a very strong epistemological basis for how we can prove Islam to be true. And that is why, but but the thing what you said, even if it was not a Muslim, it was, let's say, a Jew, arguing with an atheist. But then, you know, we could say that, let's say, the Old Testament, it has stories of interest of the law. And also, you know, one Samuel chapter five, verse 42, instances where, you know, there are contradictions within the Bible. So that is why, as a Jew, he could not really, let's say, um, argue against incest, because that's in his own Old Testament, whereas, as Muslims, our Yes, but I

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wouldn't go that far brother.

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Right, so with a Jewish person, a Christian person, a Muslim person, they can try and say, Oh, in your Sharia, you know, you cut off hands or this or that. The fact is, if you are naked, you're butt naked, and you're pointing your hands towards somebody that's wearing gloves, and you're saying, You are immoral, because you're wearing gloves, and that person is butt naked, all we simply need to do is look at them and laugh, because they have nothing to offer, yet they're making a moral judgment. So even if they try and bring up stuff in Judaism, or Islam or Christianity, or anything else, we simply need to say you do not have a base. Your morality is an illusion, it's based upon essentially

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thin air, hot air is nothing. So you have no right to make any moral judgments. So I wouldn't even go as far to try and defend our worldview, which is why Sorry to cut you off at none. Shake your seat, Arsene, who may Allah bless him, there was a discussion that I had with an atheist in the park, you can see that on my channel. Shakeel seen was there as well, some other people this atheist came with the copy of the Quran, and is actually I believe it was this, say International, he had an entirely highlighted with things that he found immoral in terms of women in terms of warfare in terms of whatever, right all these categories. And all I simply asked him is which one of these

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things is objectively wrong? According to you? They're not, they're not wrong. And then when I asked him, Why is rape wrong, he couldn't actually say it's wrong. So we need to when it comes to the atheist, do not give them an inch, rather steal all their territory, pull the rug from under their feet, make them understand they are the ones who have to answer to us, because we've got nothing to defend. From their perspective they've got, they've essentially gone into a gunfight and they've decided to bring chopsticks. That's what's basically going on. And we need to, we need to keep in mind how powerful the position we're in. You wanted to add to this, because yesterday, I was always

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saying that it's very clear that our moral anchor is God, we first show them why God exists. And once we've done that, our moral anchor is God. And God is objectively basically he's the objective moral anchor we have, and he gives us our morality, the atheist, they have to show us why their moral values if there are any exists, and why are they objective? Okay, so you ask them first to tell you why wrong is wrong, why evil is evil, why bad is bad. If there is no God, then there is no bad if there is no God, and bad becomes relative, the concept of evil, the concept of you know, bad becomes relative, any one can claim to define bad in their own way, and then expect other people to

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accept it. It doesn't work like that. That's why we need objective moral anchors. And that is God for us. That is God. Yeah, I think we'll move on to actually we will end no two hours. We've been on for two hours. I think we will let the other other brothers through very quickly take the questions and answer them and stop then inshallah brother Ahmed, thank you so much. Allah bless you Islamic law. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The listener is the next brothers one Bye

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brother

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Oh,

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sorry brother must say we're going to go to someone else because we already did you I forgot that we spoiled What do you have a quick question is actually I want to ask about more Amar vias are the a lot of analysts legitimacy

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study will be positive.

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Okay,

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This is a this is a very big topic. And we believe just to give you a short answer, we believe mafia lawan was mistaken in this war. Ali Bin Vitaly was on the truth. He was, he was right in his point of view, Mavi, or the Alwan was mistaken. It was his mistake. His judgment was incorrect. And that's it. But we don't condemn them. We don't criticize them. We leave their faith to Allah subhanaw taala. They were both sincere people. maveo was sincere. Ali was sincere, and they were both trying to do something right. Which they believed was right. Obviously, both are not right. One was right. And the other was mistaken. And that was maveo. The law on so yeah, yes, you Yes. Make you benefit

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of doubt in battle of Suffield. But what about when he made us eat gala and during his lifetime, who even in

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even in that even in that he had no idea what Jay Z is going to do? And even in that in choosing Jay Z as his successor, he was not thinking

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to impose his own son out of his own greed and out of his own love for the sun and against the interest the best interest of the OMA. He was not thinking like that Mario was a sincere man. I believe he was a sincere companion the promises of him even in appointing his EAD, he was thinking for the best of the OMA right he had no idea what his son is going to do in the future right so Mario Royale he did not appoint just eat to damage the OMA or to kill the OMA or to harm the OMA or to even kill her Sandra the low on or to attack Medina or to attack Maka, which is what he did later on. Right. So mafia had no idea what his son is going to do. So why would he appoint his son is the

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question very quickly, I want to answer very quickly, right? Why would he even appoint his son to that important position? Because his son was at the center of politics in Damascus, his son had already led campaigns against the Romans against the Byzantines. His son had led successful campaigns against the Byzantines. And so in some of these campaigns, US harbor Rasul fought under his leadership, right, so his son, as he had already shown that he can lead armies, he can lead political delegations, he can basically indulgent politics of the time. So because he was at the center of power in Damascus, I am assuming now these are my assumptions. I'm not saying this is

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exactly what happened. I'm assuming the best on on the part of maveo Dylon that he had these things in his mind when he appointed us as his successor, because he considered us EAD able to rule after him. Now what is he did later on has nothing to do with mafia mafia is free from the actions of his son, whatever he did later on. I hope that answers the question. Thank you. Yes, I also share the same part about my God alone. But since he has been a mean, person around which the whole propaganda revolves here in the Indian subcontinent that

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that

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some people are unnecessarily attacking him. A lot of these people are either giant, or they are, they are suffering from some sort of, you know, syndrome. You know, they are influenced by the Shia thought. And that's why maybe they are attacking Sha maveo. The lawn, the Shias? Of course, do not consider mafia to be a good person. They don't even consider him to be generally speaking, the 12 or school. They don't consider him to be a Muslim, let alone a leader.

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A valid leader, right? Even though Hassan Rouhani Allah on put him in power, it was Hassan. Okay, who put maveo Rhodiola Juan in power, Hassan rhodiola, Juan gave Bayer the pledge of allegiance to Monrovia. Okay, and he made him the case, right? But these are the facts that are ignored by many, many friends around the world. So these people are influenced by the Shia thought maybe that's why they claim what the claim but Alhamdulillah we have a view. Thank you so much. Thank you may Allah may Allah bless you all. Thank you. Thank you summary

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okay, just just last read. Okay, let's go. Yeah, so I'm gonna read a

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la consola. You hear me? I like UDP, you know.

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Thank you. Yeah.

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I just want to say, just, I could love it and so much, rather at none, because I watch a lot of your Shia videos, and I really appreciate all that knowledge. So I have like a related question to that.

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So maybe

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Something I couldn't really find out is I heard that when Fatima Radi Allahu Allah when she was like close to dying, that she was mad with the main sahabas. So I never really know how to defend like Sahabas in this position. So what was the point of view? In what position? Oh, like, if people say, Oh, look that fight mushy was so mad at these Sahaba. So, therefore, it shows that the Sahaba weren't good, you know. So okay, I don't know, Joe was the evidence with Fatima Raja lawanna, was mad or angry with the people who was not, we don't find any evidence they read or they need they hate into the statements. These people have a story in the mind. They have a story in their minds,

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they have made up a story that Fatima Rhodiola on how was an enemy to worker, she was an enemy to some other Sahaba. And she died with that enmity in her heart. They have to bring evidence, authentic evidence. Remember that? When someone brings evidence to you always remember two things my brothers and sisters, those of you who are watching, don't just accept the evidence that is thrown at you. Don't just accept it. Always ask two questions. When something is presented to you as evidence, in an Islamic discussion, always asked for two things. Number one, the original, the original version, we are a big, we are a big of the claim that's being made or the report that is

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being used, read the Arabic and translated word by word and you will find in most cases, it is being misused. The evidence is being used, it is being misinterpreted number one, number two, is that evidence even authentic? Is it even authentic? Is it even worthy of use in

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a discussion on Islam? For in both cases, either it is being misinterpreted or it is not even authentic? So a lot of these reports right about Fatima radula on her being displeased with the companions of the process alum are either misinterpreted or they're not even authentic. Right. Fatima robiola, Ana. We have authentic reports. He was very pleased. In fact, when she asked for her right in Fadak, she was corrected by Abu Bakar that Rasul Allah wa sallam, he told us that the prophets do not leave behind any physical inheritance. Rather, what they leave behind the families can use from it. The families can use from it, but they do not leave behind any inheritance and

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Abubakar was not alone in this. Even Ali agreed with him. Radi Allah one. How do we know this? Ali Rhodiola Juan was Kelly for four years. What did he do with that property called further? What did he do with it? He did not give it to Ahlulbayt he did not occupy it himself. He was Khalifa for four years, and nearly one year he stayed in Medina before he moved to Kufa before Ali Monogatari Rhodiola Juan moved to Kufa he was a Khalifa in Medina for nearly one year. Why did he not take further into his own custody? Having known well, according to the claims of our Shia, you know, counterpart that he basically he it was his right and his family's right. If that was the case, why

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did he leave it untouched? Why did he leave it in the same state as it was kept in the time of Omar? Abu Bakar. So Fatima de la was not upset with the sahaba. In fact, we have reports

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when she became when he became

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slightly disturbed about the refusal of Oba Raja Lavonne Abubakar when went to the door, and he stood there and he said to Fatima, I will not leave until you are pleased with me. Because what I'm doing is taught by your father Rasulullah sallallahu sallam, and Fatima said, I am pleased with you, you will now live in sha Allah aboubaker de la Ron, he pleased her. And in fact, even trade janazah over her was definitely buried now without the knowledge of the most companions because she wanted to be buried alone in dock by by her own husband. And she didn't want any other man to see her being buried. This is the point. And this is what people use as evidence against the Sahaba that she

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didn't want the Sahaba to be in the janazah. Okay, if that's the case, she was where she said that show us where she actually said that I don't want the Sahaba to be in my janazah show us a statement and we'll we'll talk about it. So that's the point. Just hope that answer your question. Just yeah, it really did. I just don't know those sources. So I can't say but I hear them a lot. Yeah. Okay. What is one there is one

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online source I would strongly recommend it is titled or is a website Twelver shia.net. Okay. Twelver Shia botnet, there are many, many good articles that you can take a lot of knowledge. I don't necessarily agree with the tone of the articles, but ignore the tone and get the information the information is there a lot of the information is there inshallah. Okay, yeah. Okay. Great. Thank you so much.

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Would you mind just one small question just regarding so rather rather

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rather give that people who've been waiting a very long time? Yeah. All right. About to end Oh

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really, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

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Brother, Amin.

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Amin Sorry Sorry brother. Let me know I did you could you just short switch on your camera before we I do same with Brother Waqqas in the back in the background? Yeah, now you can switch it off if you want brother walk us and we can add you and Brother me did that. Okay, here you go. But I mean,

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I want to slowly come start. Lego Salama, Florida.

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Yeah, I'm good. How are you? Good. How are you guys doing? Well, final Hamdulillah. Thank you so much.

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So I was looking for a startup man for a very long period of time, cause I have a question, which I think he would be the right person to answer because you are installing and a pack and a Pakistani at the same time as a historian. So that's a very odd combination.

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Yeah, for me, absolutely. Cause my question is about BT Park issues. I'm a Bangladeshi okay. So, nowadays, if you if whatever the current Bangladesh issue that

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everyday if you if you pick up a Bangladesh newspaper, you will find that

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news about a scholar being arrested or being

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somehow commented in a crime and they said that with this color

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and you know, Bangla this you are the

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aware of it, a hint to the mobs are also

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doing, we can we can we are losing most of what you're saying minority Muslim, rural, rural areas.

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We're losing most of what you're saying.

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Can you type out your question in the private chat? That would be better, I think.

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Okay, let me let me keep my question as much contact as we can. Okay. We, we can't hear you, brother aalameen. Could you post your question in the private chat? And I'll read it out. I

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can't hear him. You have to go to a cos.

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Cos Sorry. Come on. I'm UCLA.

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Yes, we can hear you.

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Yeah. So I just had a question about the cosmological argument.

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Okay. So we can actually deductively prove the cosmological argument, right. Something that exists muscle beginning. But the the question I had was that it's, it's made with the assumption that our power our understanding of the universe are rational systems. You know, all that all our experiences are from within within the universe, right? Well, yes, of course. Why don't we first have to prove that our systems our understandings or knowledge applies outside the universe before we can apply them to make the argument for what was before the universe? Okay, but there's a boy do you want to answer this question in shall on cosmological argument?

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Somewhere? Yeah. Thank you, brother. I heard your question. He jobs written a book on Kalam Cosmological arguments. If you join us on Saturday, live night, which we're going to be live tomorrow at 9:30pm. UK time inshallah until late as usual, then this question will be addressed there inshallah. Inshallah. All right, and then I'll probably join then. Thank you. Okay.

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