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The importance of learning Arabic language and mathematics in various fields is emphasized, along with the need for students to focus on the basics and learn to be more knowledgeable. There is discussion of issues of Africa and the need for students to learn to be more knowledgeable in various fields. The speakers stress the importance of understanding the title of Islam and its impact on behavior, as it opened doors of evil and misinformation. The speakers also stress the importance of knowing one's knowledge to avoid unnecessary mistakes and avoid mistakes in general.

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unnecessarily as the question is like, if you have a duty intention in town for the sake of knowledge does that Listen, your reward? These questions are difficult to answer because they depend upon a person's intention. And that's something which is private between them and the last panel data. And so there's not one rule that fits all. However, you don't find that that was the norm amongst the self, unless they need to work in order for them to continue their journey, or in order for them to be able to like, you know, live and provide for themselves. But otherwise, it wasn't the norm because the very least that you will say, even if you had that your intention, your primary

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intention to seek knowledge, and then you have a secondary tension of doing business, the very least that you can say is that you're going to be have a split focus, as if someone's in business and like businesses, like normally time consuming, and it requires a certain amount of effort and a certain amount of time and so on. And so at the very least a person is going to be like split and focus, right, and certain things he's not going to be able to achieve, because of because of, you know, because of

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his focus on business. And that's where Allah azza wa jal and he speaks about this in the Quran. And he says, What is our OT Jonathan Hola, hola. And in follow up with our Cuca ca EMA when they see some type of trade, or some type of worldly benefit, they go and they leave you standing or the very least what you will do is they will divert you away from seeking knowledge. So you will either learn less or what you learn you won't concentrate on fully because your mind is elsewhere you're thinking about your business trade or your dealings or so it's never the ideal thing where unless like there's a need for it and I need this like you know only and that's what some of the sort of

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footwork but they don't need to have just enough to keep it going. And then they leave and then when that run out, do more until they keep going and then that's how they will do it. But otherwise, I think you know, it's not necessarily haram it's just that it's not ideal either.

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Okay, so let us continue inshallah tribesmen Rahman Rahim Al hamdu lillah wa salatu salam ala Rasulillah. Either he was a human Voila, seldom at the Sleeman Kathira my back so this is the afternoon session, and the final session, inshallah Tada of our reading and commentary of the books that we're covering this weekend. And we're currently on the book of Roger Callahan by the Aranmula IRA. But I think he has 795 of the Hijra for the luring missile if you obey and missile if you have the superiority of the knowledge of the self over the knowledge of those who came after. The term setup has two meanings I should have mentioned this in the introduction, two meanings generally

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speaking, when you say the term self, the first meaning of it is the first three or four generations of the Muslims, based on the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam feel nasty, corny, familia, Luna home familia, Latina yellow Nang. And in some generations, he said, another time former Latina yellow now that the best of generations is my generation, and those who came after them, those who came after them. And in some regions, you mentioned it four times, like fourth generation. So those first three, four generations of the Muslims, the companions that we are in the next generation or two, or the best of generations of this ummah. And so generally when we say the

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word Sedef, often that's what people are referring to, they're referring to those early generations. But a wider meaning of the word self is everyone who then followed in the footsteps from previous generations. And so the times have, you know, even if it's like three 400 years later, so Hakeem Al Baghdadi, and Abraham did power, and a dad and Danny and then those who came after them have been teamie have not been Raja Hotjar, or never we are the heavy one of them are sent off to us in that sense, because self means anyone that's preceded you. And so therefore anyone that precedes you, is a type of self and if they're upon the methodology of the self, in terms of their opinion, and their

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knowledge, and the teaching them, they're from that self. But normally when we say serif, it's the first meaning that most people refer to. So

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the holodeck is opposite of the self. So the holodeck is everyone who came later. But also it has a meaning that is more specific, and that is anyone who wasn't on the way of the self.

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And so even if they will, from the early generations, because many of the major be the eyes and innovations and groups that began began in those early generations, the Cordelia the Jamia the martyr, Xena, all of them were in the first three, four generations of the Muslims. We don't call those people self, right, the people that have lived in those times the whole origin, they're not called the self even though they lived in what is generally the time of the self and the generations of the self. And so the Halal means anyone also that has, and the word philosopher obviously means to oppose anyone that opposed the way of the self is called Caliph. And so when he says the virtue

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and the superiority of the knowledge of the self over the knowledge of the heart of Islam, just to do with time, not just a generational thing, but it's also to do with methodology. Anyone that opposes the way of the setup is considered to be from the halal even if he lived in the time of the companions, because the leaders of the Hermitage and the leaders of the Padania

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Not the limiting the type of the companions they were there, even about what the other one was some of the companions, they were there at the time, or the law, the Allaha. Some of the scenic companions when it comes to the holodeck, and the Padre and some of these groups that emerged towards the time of the companions, and especially the latter time of the companions. And then in the time to tap in, you have the Marta Zilla, and the Janome, and Columbia and all of these many of these groups, you will find that they go back to those first two, three centuries of, of Islam. And so those two terms have to be understood correctly. So when we say self, it's a dual thing. One is

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speaking about the time, which is the generation of the companions and those who came after them those early generations, but it's also to do with methodology and Arpita. So just because someone lived at that time, if they weren't upon that either of the companions in the way of the companions, then they're not considered to be from the self even if they lived during the time.

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salatu salam ala Nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi edge Mehreen la famille foolish as you know the word either he already mashallah you think he really didn't mean anything Muslim mean? All all of neurology but all ignore Raja been in Hungary euro himolla houfy heater behave any familiar in me Sedef era in Milhaud of $1 than M Ruby Anita and lemon

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water duodenum Ruby and Yuta lemma mineral and Serbian was to be halal or haram made Hadith Ebihara toda la han Han interview Salah Lohani who set them up on their level no gone been Hadith Abby Reuter on the Allahu Anhu and interview Salallahu Alaihe. Salam and know all the other movement and savvy komatsuna behind our hammer comb Harada hood Imam Ahmed with Timothy, the command to learn genealogy to the extent that it allows one to join the ties of kinship is found in the narration of Wuhan, the law and the prophets of Allah cinema set, then, of your genealogies, search, the search that allows you to join the ties of kinship, because by Telemedia And so before we broke for

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solidaridad mentioning those integrations that the author brought forth about how certain types of knowledge isn't beneficial, and how generally, it's not something which you should busy yourself with. And now he's mentioned ratios, that there are other integrations that show that actually it's permissible to allow it. So when we say that genealogy or Arabic language or Arabic poetry or Arabic literature, isn't something which is necessarily was not something which is, the best use of time was not the most important knowledge doesn't mean that it is haram. Because it's not haram in and of itself to learn about someone's genealogy or to learn poetry in and of itself, not necessarily

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haram, but may not have a great deal of benefit, either. And sometimes to learn parts of it may actually be not only permissible, but recommended. And sometimes they may even be wajib, depending on what it is. Because you need people in every family and every tribe to know the genealogy. And that's why he brought this generation here, learn from your genealogy, by that which you can then join the ties of kinship. If you don't know how people are related to you, how do you know who's the closest of your relatives, who has the most right upon you in terms of giving them the rights of settler harm and joining the ties of kinship. And likewise, as the Arabs used to do, because they

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used to, as we know, used to have milk fostering of Allah and so on. You need to know your ties of kinship in that way. Because otherwise you may end up marrying someone that's haram for you that you're Muslim, because you don't know. And so that's something which the Arabs used to be very familiar with, and there are times and places when that knowledge is beneficial. Because in the in the sphere of the prophets of Allah, Allah you send them before he migrated to Medina, when the different Arab tribes would come for pilgrimage and for hunch, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam would take Abubaker the Allahu and with him because Abu Bakr was a genealogist understood the

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genealogy of the Arabs. And when they would go to the different tribes, Abu Bakr would say, a messenger of Allah that sounds so they come from such and such a place. And they're known for these types of characteristics and traits, because different tribes are known for different traits, some are hospitable, some are not so hospitable, someone generous and not so generous, some very rough and tough, some easygoing, so he will tell him a messenger of Allah, that sounds on those and so on. So because the proximal stuff wasn't as familiar with that aspect of genealogy as Abu Bakr Radi Allahu Orion was Abu Bakr Radi Allahu khairan was familiar with it because he was a businessman and

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a trader, and he used to travel extensively across Arabia. And when you travel and you meet and you sit with people, especially in those days, what it's all about interpersonal relationships is face to face. You learn about people, you learn about their tribes, and you learn about these types of things. And from our teachers. I know teachers who are very into the genealogy because they think that genealogy is an important science, but because when they give Dawa and they go to different people, and they know their families and they know who their grandfathers are, and they know who the leaders of the tribes are. It has an influence upon a lot of people, people like that.

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stuff, especially if you come from those types of countries where tribes are a big thing. places like Yemen and places like other parts of the Arabian Peninsula, they're into their tribes. So you see, I know that your people like that stuff that like people to speak about the tribe in a positive way. And so it becomes a means of giving Dawa, you can enter into a person on using that route. So there's a place for it in the region, there's no there's no harm in that. But what the author is saying is generally speaking, for the vast majority, it's not really the most important thing. And those others who then go into this stuff is something which they do find each one you don't find

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this photo Islam seeing, this is what I'm going to begin with. It's only after they've studied and learned everything else and so on, then they learn this as well because it's beneficial, like some of our teachers, were experts in Arabic language. Experts like know the Arabic language and it's poetry insider, very good, very, very well versed in Arabic poetry and so on, and they learnt it later on, because they found that it helped them, for example, in Quran in the Quran, understanding the different languages of the Arabs and why the Quran came this way and that way, helps them in the Sunnah. Because the prophets also the means to speak in dialects is to speak in dialects is to use

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at times the different dialects of the Arab tribes. And that's why sometimes in the books of Hadith, you have a peculiar word. And what the manuscript described does is he changes it, because it is like it doesn't recognize the word, but he doesn't realize it's the dialect of the Arab tribe. And so some of our teachers used to study this because it helps even in Hadith sometimes, because the Prophet son of Mr. Mastered Arabic he mastered the Arabic language. So sometimes he speaks in a dialect because that person's come from the area is not from Medina is not from Mecca. He's a Bedouin came from a different tribe, or is the leader of a tribe from a different part of Arabia. So

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the Prophet some sort of speak to them in their dialect. And so that's something which you can benefit from, but it's not the first knowledge that you learn or the primary knowledge that you learn or the thing that you focus all of your seeking knowledge on. That's something that you do later on as and when you reach that level.

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for me, it even is in your way recorded this narration from another route, also on the authority of Ebola or the Allahu anhu, that the Prophet sallallaahu Salam said, Learn of your genealogies such that allows you to join the types of kingship then stop, learn of the Arabic language, which allows you to understand the book for longer than stop then of the astronomy that which allows you to travel at night upon land and sea, then stop. It's a strain of nourishment contains the narrative of Ebola here.

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He also recorded from the root of nine even we hint the armadillo handset, learn of astronomy that which allows you to travel through learn and see then stop, learn of the genealogy that which allows you to join the task of Kingdom kingship and will teach you which women are low or lawful for you, and which are not then stuff. So this again is and as we do the people of the Sunnah, what do they do when they come across generations, they don't just take them in isolation. If you have an operation in which he said, The Prophet said, don't learn this thing. And then another raishin, which he said, learn from it what you need, how do you understand the two generations? Use one to

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help you understand the other? Or the one that he said don't learn. That's a general one. The other one he said, No learn from it that what you need, you then understand what he said what he means in the first one is, don't spend all of your time learning this is not the most important thing. But you can take from it what you need. And so in these generations, they're often saying what you need in terms of learning genealogy in terms of learning Arabic in terms of learning, astronomy, that's okay. Because sometimes the author is going to go into this issue of astronomy and how the scholars differed over whether you can learn or not learn it. But there was a position of a number of the

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scholars that because in those days, people used to need astronomy to learn, which was North had to orientate themselves was the Kibler they would learn using the sun and using the moon they would learn these things as they're traveling. So if that's what you need to learn, because you travel, you're on the sea, you're on the land. That's your job. That's how you spend your day.

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He's in your weeks and you some people, that's the job, that's the career. In those days that traders all they're doing is traveling on the desert. So you have to know this stuff. The sugar doesn't say it's not allowed for you to learn, it just says Now today, many of us have our careers you're, you're in your field of engineering or, or I don't know, whatever it's pharmacy or medicine or law or whatever it may be whatever for teaching whatever you're doing. So not for you to learn something which you can do and it's permissible for you to know nothing wrong with it. But the people who understand that that's something which is the you will see like something which is just a

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springboard in order for them to attain wealth and to get a Korea and so that's okay. But it's not the thing that you're going to spend all of your life dedicated to, and then completely ignore the Quran and the Sunnah and Hadith and because that's the level of extreme that the religion doesn't like. So then what you need to in order for you to have a career to have a family and to have a life and, and to and to and to have your affairs in order. But at the same time you learn what is more important about Allah azza wa jal and about the Quran and about the Prophet SAW sentiment about his sunnah. Those things are more important to the believer. And so you find amongst the scholars were

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always people who learned different things concerning different things right. And even amongst the Companions, how many of the companions were businessmen? To be a successful businessman, you have to know a lot of things. Right? He really is an ignorant person, a successful businessman. People like a robot Coronavirus, man and drama The winner often they will very intelligent people across a whole wide variety of things. You need to be very good at what you do in order to make a great deal of money. So they knew this stuff. And the prophets have never said to them that it's not right what you're doing. But at the same time, they don't dedicate one of their lives to the pursuit of that

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type of knowledge. They have. They're spending a great deal of time learning the Quran and learning the Sunnah and benefiting in terms of the religion

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and Allah who either you come on Rahim Allah, Allah Allah and we miss out on Mohammed even you already know God, Allah.

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even obey the law, even hotdog or the law and who said

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learn of gastronomy that which allows you to know the direction of the tabler on the roads. And a no hurry did not see any problem in a in a person learning enough about astronomy to use it as a guide, a hermit and is have allowed learning about the phases of the moon, as reported from them by how it's helped additionally said that it will it was allowable to learn the names of the stars, though which allows one to be guided alter the dislike in the face of the moon to be learned. While Ibnu while even arena did not allow it help quoted this from them. Paul said perhaps the one who is perhaps the one who studies the stars and the letters of Abuja ad has no standing with Allah record

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by how it was also recorded by homemade even even send your way from Taos as I saying as a saying of even our best. So when it came to this issue of astronomy, you can see that self had three different positions. The first of them is that it was permissible as was reported by Ahmadi Allah one and a Nakai and others from amongst the Senate. The second position is that it is disliked, as is reported here by being the position of Qatada. And the third position is that it's haram stay away from it as a position of Davos and suffer the brunt remain and others. And the reality is that there are two different sciences. One is called astronomy and one is called astrology. Astronomy is using the moon

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and the stars and the sun in order to learn direction in order to learn the seasons in order to learn navigation and the Qibla. And those things, and that's the one where many of the set of set is permissible such as Imams and others to learn. Because in order for you if you're traveling to know where the tiblet direction is, sometimes you have to know the stuff you have to know the moon and the stars and these types of things and sometimes just to travel in the land in the sea, as people did for hundreds of years. They used to know where the North Star was and East orientate themselves using it, and then they would learn from that the way of their travel. That's one position. The

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other one or the other sciences called astrology.

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and astrology is when you look at the sun and the moon. And you You say that it dictates your fate, or it dictates your future. Or it tells you your omens, whether good or bad. That's astrology. And that's what people do today, when they have those tarot cards, and the Wheel of Fortune. And that's something which is haram in the religion has also been mentioned. There's no difference of opinion on that because there are a number of Hadith from the Prophet SAW Salem that speak about it from them is the Hadith in Bukhari with the process and woke up after a day or night in which there was rain. And he said, You know what Allah azza wa jal said, he said today, two groups of my slaves

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awoke one group believes in me and the other one believes in the stars, the one who said that we cause or the rain descended upon us because of such and such a star, or such and such a planet or something. Those are the people that believe in the planets and the disbelieve in Allah. And whoever said multiple now before the villa, we had rain because of Allah's grace. Those are the ones that believe in Allah and the disbelieving that that's astrology. The Arabs had this, that they will look at the sun and the moon, they will look at your star signs. And they would say, your star sign because you're born in this is this. And that means that you have this type of personality. And in

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order for you to find someone, you need to look for this type of and that's what they do. Even today, horoscopes and astrology and tarot cards are still very common today, these types of superstitions not allowed in Islam. But what's some of the stuff allowed is astronomy and astronomy is as even today people do they look at the sun and the moon, when How long is this month going to be and and those those that is something which a number of the set of allowed and didn't have a problem or problem with and those are disliked that disliked it because it leads to the other one

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leads to one one can lead to the other if you don't know where to stop. Now, that is the whole point of this conversation here by the author hammer data. He thinks there are sciences so key for you to learn. But a lot of people don't know where the stopping point is. So they start learning about astronomy. And before they know it, they're looking into astrology. So they jumped the mark and they went over the barrier if you like without even realizing like people do also in philosophy like they do also in rhetoric like they do also in learning about genealogy or the Arabic language you need to find something from this that will help you but then before you know you spent like years dedicated

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to this and time has passed you by and all you've done is focus on that one particular thing when there were other more important things that you should have focused on

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and Allahu Allah you can order a hammer home law or her them Maldonado rainmeter theory Allah Allah Allah in meter is here the nightmare theory belt I don't know one of you who are that hadith and model for when activists are sure about Amina noodle mythical Doctor researcher, better Minister Harajuku with them in Hadith now based on the Allahu Anhu member for a holiday. I mean, how do you feel mean? How do you feel kabisa Marfa Alia for two or three euro to a total communal gift, or a year for two or three Euro towards communal dripped when ever to zero or Torkoal. How to fill out a thermal hot to fill. Fareed metatheory numi. Balto Mahara? Well, Allahu Akbar didn't know jumio

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this is to be understood, to refer to the knowledge of astrology, not to that not to that knowledge that allows one to travel through the Earth, the form of being false and prohibited. This is understood to refer to the knowledge of astrology What is the this year meaning the position of the scholars who said that it is haram like even arena? Let Paul was like the narration that some said is from even Ambassador the Allahumma and that, he said what this what they're referring to those Allah said was haram. They're referring to astrology, horoscopes, tarot cards. That's what they said is haram. And it's not even Rajab says concerning astronomy, where you look at certain things

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because you need to know your direction. You told me the Qibla is you need to know how to travel on London. See, that's not what has been referred to here. There is a narration concerning that which which, in which the prophets of Allah cinema said whatever acquires knowledge of the stars has acquired a bunch of magic, recorded by a widowed from the authority of even our best models. So even Roger says that one of the scholars agree that you can't learn astrology and astronomy and horoscopes because of this hadith and other Hadith like it. The bottom didn't allow people to learn this because it is from the branches of Sir

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he also recorded the narration of W sada the Prophet sallallahu Sallam is set taking on, on ominous from the flight of birds taking evil ominous and things and geomancy all forms of magic

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LPF yeah for refers to the practice of, of divination, divination of birds. And Thorpe refers to the practice of divination through the droning flyness on the earth. Therefore, as true

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which is false and prohibited, and acting, according to it by seeking to draw close to the stars or offering sacrifices to them constitutes to disbelief. So this is what the practice of the Arab soldier Helia was that they will look at things, and they would have omens in them. So astrology is essentially looking at this, depending on when you happen to be born, then this is the star sign that you have, and that star sign, then they give it to it certain characteristics, certain attributes, and therefore is what you're likely to be. And then based upon this, you have this type of personality, this type of issue that I have. And that's what they look into. And so people, the

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people that are into this, their whole life revolves around this issue, sold superstitions, and that's why the author says this is like similar to what the Muslim said about other forms of superstition, when he said that the old types of magic and all types of, of haram, like the people that Arabs used to do, which is they used to digital player digital players, that they would have a flock of birds, and they would fight in the birds and see how they fly up. And then they will determine what that means they will read into it. If you flew in one direction, it means to this, if you flew in a different direction means do that. This is all superstition, the belt just flew. But

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they're going to attach importance and significance to it or a lot to fill out of geomancy geomancy is when you take lines and you draw them on the earth. And then they have a certain way of reading into that and what that refers to and what that means and whether you should and the Arabs had many practices like this, and we've covered some of these already, where they would have those three sticks that they would have one would see do it the other one would say don't do it. The third one would be blank. And they would say to a person pick one and you would pick one. If you said do it you do what you wanted. If you said don't do it, you wouldn't do it. And if it was blank, amen pick

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again. They would do this over and over again. They had many types of these superstitions just like even today people have them write the whole thing about seeing a black cat walking under a ladder, or I don't know what else there is like there's all sorts of stuff right? Walking on the tracks on a beam one of this stuff so superstition and so this is exactly what the astrology is and that is why it's not allowed in Islam. So the author who started Roger be saying that's not what the scholars are referring to when they said those who said that it is permissible from what they were referring to the refer to something else which is a science that helps you to navigate yourself and to find a

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certain way around traveling land and sea and so on. Those are the things that they were referring to and along with a come on Rahimullah I'm married with a CDFI that I love I mean whom I surgery day to day you're married to a total picker and and yeah it's an intelligent whole over the Darling even a hydra Taylor who I showed her moment

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and Allah who they come from as Daddy he further had to tell you that you were who you shouldn't grandma who am woman or Obama at the textile coffee healer is one newbie mahadi bieneusi UniFi I'm sorry him parda electrica theobromine early hatherleigh anemia Kadima Hadith, but that it could lead to the help of your Sahaba to attend we are in a few Salatin pika theory Minute, I'm sorry, well, who about

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us for learning our the stars, what is needed what is needed for navigation and travel, finding the direction of the traveler knowing the roots of travel, then it's this permissible in the in the few of the majority, there is no need to learn any more any more of the science than what's needed for to do so

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would would would preoccupies one from learning more important things of studying the science in minute, a minute, in minut detail colleagues want to start doubting the direction of the tablet or the Muslims have become accustomed to this has actually happened to many astronomers past and present this internally this to the belief that the the companions and the Targaryen, prayed in the wrong direction in many of the lands they settled in. And this is a false belief. So using this stuff, to find the Qibla to orientate yourself to use for navigation, it is something which is permissible, according to the majority of the scholars, but then ignore themselves by going into too

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much minut detail, going to access in this going to extremes in this, that's not something which is good, because sometimes that causes more harm than good. And he gives the example of something which was prevalent in his time. And that is that because by the time that we've known Roger, because he died in 795, people had more accurate ways of establishing the direction of the tribler. Things were more accurate and maybe 434 or 500 years prior. Then you had these people that would come and they like for example, they come to this mission and say, the sun actually the Qibla direction. The Qibla is a few millimeters away, or a few centimeters away. So now what's that going to do to the people?

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I will Muslim? Yeah. What's it going to cause that can be like 40 years we've been praying in this Masjid. Some of these elders that come to our 40 years have been happening in this message in and all of a sudden, like that's not the cable anymore, decriminalise slightly to the right or to the left, and I've seen this insert message where it's happened. Now talking about the opposite direction they went to New York, right on the cable is over.

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We were speaking about like a few centimeters a few inches to the right and left another hole like it's a problem in that community because people don't have the knowledge they don't know what's what they just told go to Facebook a blog, we went fishing the Qibla What about our salah? What about now and now we built this big knock it down. So he says what this causes people to do is it makes them doubt the prayer of the companions in the tambourine. How does it make them doubt the prayer the competiton the tabulating

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because in the Muslim lands, like Iraq, Basra, Kufa, Damascus, who established the masjid there, hundreds of years ago, the companions in the tabulation. So if you take that logic onwards, now you're saying they prayed in the wrong direction, they didn't know what they were doing either. That causes a great deal of harm. So you learn what you need to know. But don't make it a fitna for the people. Don't make it a fitna for the people that you come down you start messing up everyone's really bad that and everyone that's not like what Allah azza wa jal ordered you to do and that's not beneficial anymore. It's harmful now you causing problems for the OMA bringing fitna for for the

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people and he's going to go into this issue in slightly more detail. Then Allahu

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when he when the lift and all that we hear Obama at the LFSR the narrative is why even rejected the use of the North Star, instead saying all that report is what's in between the East and the West is

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meaning that the narrations do not tell, do not tell us to consider the North Star or other stars for this purpose. What's the difference between the two the person who comes and says the equivalent album a few inches to the right or the left? Well, Mohammed said that's not what actually I said. The surely I said everything between the East and the Western Scribbler. How wide is the east in the West? Because if you were to draw a line from here, all the way to the Kaaba, even if you faced the Qibla directly hit the Kaaba. No, not the bloods that precise. And so that's not the meaning of the Hadith, the meaning is that you face the direction or direction as a general direction, all of that

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is a direction. Now we'll be climbing. So you're slightly off to the right side off to the left the Sharia doesn't say to you that you what you did was incorrectly you didn't pray towards the Qibla. It's telling you to face the direction of the Qibla not to hit the Kaaba bullseye, because that's something more or less impossible unless you're standing literally inside the Haram and then you face the Qibla Preven in the rest of Mecca you only talk to face the direction of the harm to hit the Kibler head on and if you're further away and further away and further away, then obviously that becomes more and more difficult. And so the and that's what you might have didn't like this type of,

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of my neatness in these issues. Because he said what that leads to is people rejecting the text of the Quran and the Sunnah. Why? Because the self one upon this, this is one an example of the knowledge that came after the self. When people became more versed in these types of issues. And then they use the subtend the knowledge of the self to supplant what their understanding what they said no, they said if they didn't understand Astronomy, or strolling, astrology or astronomy, they don't understand this stuff. In that time. It was like, we understand it now. Technologies advanced sciences advanced we can do this stuff now. Right? And this is what you find that in many issues,

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Moon sighting, tribler, all of these issues people know but now we can they didn't know back then 1000 years ago, now we can do this. And so what that then leads to is problems in the Ummah as opposed to making things easy. And that's why Muhammad and others didn't like this.

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Even mustard rejected the worst of crap when he said, the have the heavenly spheres are subject to determine due to determinate movement. And likewise such matters were rejected by America and others. Medieval rejected the statement of some astronomers that noon occurs at different at different times in different lands. It's possible that there's their reasoning behind rejecting this, or at least the reasoning of some of them was the fact that the messengers had never spoken about such issues. Despite the fact that astronomers declare this with with eternity. It's possible

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it's possible busying oneself with this can lead to greater to greater, you'll find a number of the statements of the study from the companions and others such as the mathematics that they didn't like people used to speak about this. What the, you know, the sun is moving on the earth is moving and rotating or this or that. They didn't like this and they say don't speak about this. The Quran doesn't say don't speak about

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This and that's for two reasons. One is the one that is mentioned here, by even Roger Hamilton and that is that the Quran and the Sunnah don't speak about this stuff, they don't generally go into this issue of what's rotating our Anwar and what's gravitating, Ron Martin doesn't speak about those types of issues. And so therefore, to enter into the special for the spirit of knowledge, it's problematic because science, as we know is always changing. But science is not stable changes, what we believe today, people didn't believe two 300 years ago, and it's likely that what we believe today, maybe in 200 years, Allah knows best what they will discover and what they will find. And

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then people will offer us and say, look at those people, they didn't know what they were seeing. That's how science is because that is the nature of discovery and, and learning and continuing to improve but the Quran and Sunnah don't change. So rather than interpreting the Quran and Sunnah in one way or another, and then finding out that it was wrong, and it was misinterpreted, stay away from it. That's one reason the second reason they didn't like it is the one that the author's not wanting to mention. And that is that some people use that then to start attacking the Quran and the Sunnah. So attacking this, the null source and he's going to give an example like for example, Allah

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azza wa jal descends, in the last third of the night, the last third of the night in the UK, is it the same in America? Is it the same in Australia is the same Malaysia so now they're going to ask you, does that mean Allah is always just sending my 10 days old, because every time this little other is a little further here, the same as an Australia is that ever offer the same so now they open up the store and this causes confusion for the people, that people worship Allah Subhana Allah poor guy doesn't worship Allah, Allah, Yahweh, and even later to further, like, make it sound as goofy as the poor guy, somebody does even worship Allah and one leader to another because he made it

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so different way. So this is why the Swift didn't like this. They didn't like people opening these doors, because number one, there's no way for you to understand this. Surely I didn't speak about it. And rather than accepting it for the average person whose knowledge isn't of that level, and the Eman isn't of that level, you're just going to confuse them. And you're going to make chickens want to come and whisper to them or open up these questions. And then what they'll do is they'll stop worshipping Allah completely. They'll say like, it doesn't make sense anymore. It's not logical, none of it. And then what you've done now, through your over ambitious ambitiousness in in going

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into detail on these issues is you cause more harm than you did good.

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Then alone you may come on Rahima who long to add a total numerical value to mankind ARD who had their their Hadith in Zuhdi, Toulouse a lady, so Lucinda in

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order to lose a lady after a phobia Stella Phil will follow up knowing Hakuna Newzoo few often y en Mercado mambilla Or to mendini Islamiat ohada Later on, when Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa salam O Allah O Rashid, dinero semi Rahman Yatta Dooby Lama Navarro Well, badDo ilaro COVID He will help him resume Ratan Maha the phenyl morpholine. Advocate Levine some astronomers used to use it the knowledge to reject the narration of Allah is descend, descend to you during the last third of the night by saying the last third of the night occurs at different times in different countries. So it's not possible that this descent can occur at one time.

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The the appearance of this claim is known in the religion by necessity, if the Messenger of Allah salAllahu Alaihe Salam or or the writer guide Hadith s were to have had such claims not only would they have not listened to them, but they would not they would have rushed to punish to punish these people. I would have considered them to be amongst the deniers and hypocrites and that's what happens when people don't take the knowledge of the self and they do it the other way around. They open up doors to confusion, and they open up opportunity for people to attack the Quran and the Sunnah and to reject its texts, like this example here given by the Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah Tada.

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And that's why even Rajab says that I think that no Muslim would accept this no Muslim would accept rejecting little further and the many new source and text speak about it just because of this possibility that some people may have this question that some people may raise. And he says that if this will happen in the time of the Prophet sentiment, the companions that this person came and rejected the Quran and the Sunnah, based upon their logic, what would they call that person? Or they call them what do you call a person who does that except a heretic and accepted disbelief, and that's what they would classify such a person. And this is, by the way, as the author will mention,

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in a short while, the reason for the innovation and and misguidance of most of the Muslim sects that went astray is this issue here of making the intellect and logic, the foundation of the religion as opposed to the text of the Quran and the Sunnah. So we have the Quran and the Sunnah, if I can understand this, logically, I accept it. But if it doesn't make sense to me, then I'm not going to accept it. And once they opened that door, and the whole thing just went crazy. Why? Because one of the reasons is no one no two people's logic is the same anyway. So what makes sense to you doesn't make sense to me. And what makes sense to me doesn't make sense to the third person

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And because they opened that door then they couldn't close it and then it meant by necessity then every time someone came with another issue or a question or a doubt that they couldn't answer that they had to agree with them as well because that's the basis now that's the foundation of the understanding

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and Allah who may come or not I can only get to a certain for fear in Mill and savvy homie murder if dad really about Sarah carnival, the Allahu anhu, a lady he ran, ran thought if a terminal Sahaba to a Debian unica and we are the foreigner who were after and whenever the same applies to delving too deeply into the genealogy. There's no need for it. They stay to Hunter farmer or the law, others for everything this has already been proceed this despite the fact that a group of the companions and successes knew the science and studied it. So as we know a number of the companions such as Abu Bakr are mortal, and why are we and others they knew genealogy. They were very well versed in genealogy.

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But they didn't delve into it. It wasn't something which they taught, it wasn't something which they you know, which the length and so on. It's just something which they happen to pick up as a result of their experiences or it's not something which they went and started teaching other people and, and actively encourage other people to learn. So there will always be people that will have interest in these types of issues and they will learn them, but it's not the most important part of knowledge that a person should seek or Rahimullah I can only get zero fulfillment out of it yet you know often when a homebuyer should or who will usually do annual or annual or format who Yeah, they move

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Son Allahu ala from Yanni and who you are the mean hammer you still hold Kalama camera you have minimal haemonchus Lakota Oh my Mama Mama Zelda delicacy in who you see the same applies to delving too deeply into the Arabic language and it is grammar. It can only distract one from learning more important knowledge and to restrict oneself to only knowledge preventing one from acquiring much more beneficial knowledge. I'll Kasim HUMIRA the selected Arabic morphology. He said it's it's big in its beginning stage is a distraction. And it is ending a strong pressure on customer payments from the small to the Tabular. In he lived in a sham Rahim Allah Tala. And he said that it's

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something which at the beginning, meaning starting to learn Arabic busies the person

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the structure, person structure and from what I'm learning what is more important from Quran and Hadith and other things, and at the end, he just causes a person to be arrogant. Why? Because everyone around him doesn't know as much Arabic as he does. So he's always correcting people always telling them no, you actually your language is wrong and your pronunciation is wrong and your grammatical syntax is wrong. And so all he's doing is correcting other people, even though Arabic is one of the most important tools for the student of knowledge.

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One of the most important things that you need as a student of knowledge, you can understand the Quran with the Arabic you understand the Sunnah of the Arabic, you can seek knowledge of the Arabic, but what they're referring to here is going to a level of so much detail and access. That is something which most people don't need, you take from it what you need. And that's why as you will mention later on, it's like salt for food, how much salt you put into your food,

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put in as much as you need to flavor it and it's usually not a very, very big amount because if you have too much what happens then edible, suppose the food and so you take what you need, that's for the mass mass, vast majority of people. That's what Arabic is. Take what you need in order to be able to understand the Quran and the Sunnah. And then if you want to go further, because you want to look into clearer art and you want to look into those issues because that's what your specialist Okay, that's you, but the vast majority of people don't need to go into that level.

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He was referring to delving too deeply into it. I

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also dislike studying the Arabic language too deeply and redonk Abu Erway therefore doing so say or wait and read bunkin Abu refuge or wait for doing so. Saying it diverts one from studying and more important matters and we're be constantly mussalam Rahim Allah Tada from the contemporaries of Mr. Muhammad from his friends. And he manages to have a great deal of respect for him proper obeyed was someone who became an expert in Arabic language from the Imams of the Arabic language. And remember how much you saved him. I think there's more important things for you to do than this because he's an imam. Arade is an imam of Islam. He has books in the Quran and books and Quran and books. But

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what he did

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After doing learning his Arabic language is the start to read, to teach and to write, and to author but audible Quran and Hadith, the peculiar words that you find in the Quran and the Hadith, meaning the words are common that people don't know the meaning of. So he used his Arabic to serve the Ummah and that's what they used to do. So for him, maybe it's okay because that's what he did with it. He's going to go through the Quran and the Sunnah, and he's going to pick up all of the uncommon words, and he's going to explain to you what they mean. But for the average person to spend their life dedicated to that, when they haven't really learned to seal they don't know the Sunnah. They

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never read how to Muslim they didn't read it either. That's a problem. And so therefore, the son of always used to have this level of balance.

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But this one it said,

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Then Arabic grammar language is like salt on food. Meaning you take what's needed to correct your speech. Just adjust a salt is taken to flavor food, more than what it's needed would spoil it. Or the Rahimullah academic Karen Montesa your third your third woman who Ilana you're off we'll be here ASAP. Ilana you're off we'll be here Hey Sir, who are you into federal meal please metal for our elderly What was our mortality talks mo bein and Mr. Happy and Allah was Aidan Emma then it can be murder even tougher OBE Luffy mujer Wadi rial bottle attorney SOP was already here.

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Also your Cali la hija de la while you were when you were shooting the moment. The same applies to delving too deeply into mathematics, even though it can be needed to work out the shares of inheritance wills and the division of property amongst those who are lead and who are do it. anything additional to this is merely mental exercise and serfs to sharpen the mind, there is no need for it, and to delve into it, and to delve into it preoccupies one from that which is more important. So maths is another good example. Do we need maths? Yes. Because use maths to work out your soccer and use maths to water inheritance and the shares, you need the level of maths in order

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to be a student of knowledge and to do these things, however, do you need to be an expert in maths to do this.

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And so we're speaking here about Islamic knowledge, someone that's the Korea they specialize in maths that a mathematician, that's a different thing we're talking about here in terms of seeking knowledge and learning knowledge. And so there are sciences that will help you as a student of knowledge. But you don't need them in a great deal or a great amount. You need them in a short place here and there, you need to learn the basics and so on. And so if you know the basics, and you're familiar with it, that's good. But you don't need to be someone who's an expert necessarily in, in, you know, in these fields. And for us, like living in the West. For us as students of knowledge.

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It's good for us to have an overview of most sciences, so you're aware you're familiar with them, you understand what they mean. So when someone comes and he says to you, for example, in Morocco, in Quran, the science of the script of the Quran, you're not just there looking like what is that? What is What does he mean? You know, you understand, but you don't have to be an expert in it. It's not something that you have to dedicate yourself to. Because we have the foundations that we need to be more preoccupied with, in the society that we live in, because we're still very early on in terms of our Islamic knowledge. So we need to focus on Quran we need to focus on Hadith focus on it focus on

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these are the basics that we want to add. That's right, it's not those are the four main subjects that we are focusing on. And then everything else we add here and there. But these are the things that we need to know so that you can build that foundation and learn and once you have that then you have different people expert being experts in whatever they can go into those different films as and when they choose. And Allahu Allah. Allah Rahim Allah amendment we disobey the Sahaba terminal Roman lotta wasafi Bluehouse a mojarra Aluma of unknown Neverland Mia canal demon we have the Hydra hidden lon for Kulu hubiera him in the 31 or more than men he and her family come out I had a twin where

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Tesla terminal Cara Mayfield other robot will M 30 dilla ordina here and he'll hold with us for those sciences that were invented after the time for the Companions, whose whose proponents delve deeply into them and claiming that they were from knowledge. And whoever is not aware of them is either ignorant and ignorant or misguided. All of them are innovations. They are amongst the amongst the newly invented affairs that have been prohibited from amongst the sciences. Others innovated by Mr. Tesla in their discussions of the other and setting up analogies of Allah, despite there being a clear but he bought his vision of delving into the church the author of Matata he says so every

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knowledge that then became prevalent and that people started to explore the you don't find from the time of the companions you can't trace back to that generation, then most likely it is benign incineration to go into it. And from that is what the matters related to martyrs will open up doors concerning issues of Africa that the Companions never opened up. The companions will

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knew about further. During the rostrum, say in a number of Hadith like the hadith of Gibreel, believe in the color, the good of it and the battle, they believed in it. They didn't delve into it and open the doors, they didn't question that what they did, the author is saying, that's how you should be, if they didn't go into it in detail, there's a reason for it. And to take that methodology is safer for you and better for you. It's more, it's more pleasing to Allah subhanaw taala, because Had there been a need or benefit in delving into it, they would have been the first ones, and you are not better than the companions were not more knowledgeable than the companions had

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there been something that needed to be explored or explained, then the profit center would have done so other companions would have asked, and it would have been done so. But if they didn't, it means there's no good in it, there's no need to do it. So when those people came afterwards, and they started delving into it, they open that door, and it caused them so many issues, so much confusion, so many, and they went into extremes and bitter and innovation. And they started to speak about Allah subhanaw taala in ways that weren't befitting for him Subhana wa Tada. And so that's what they did. And so these types of sciences that emerged after the generation of the companions and the

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tabby rings, especially those two generations, then you don't find that it's something which this region has, and everything else, you will find that it can be traced back to them. So the Companions never used to have lessons in fact, or lessons in masala Hadith, or lessons in whatever we could be scientists that we have, but you can please still sciences back to them, because they spoke about those issues. They may not have done it in the formal way that we do today. But they spoke about them so you can trace it back. But certain things can be traced back to them because they didn't delve into it. Those are the things that you have to be wary of stay away from them because they

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don't benefit you and often they open up the doors to evil. And Allahu Allah. Allah Allah, Allah of here so hey, how you been? Hey, burn in well, even if a burner well how can we best serve the Allahu Anhu Mr. Farrar, laser M Rojas Hill omitting Murphy and one more car even made me chuckle lemon Phil will there any other other OEMs who are on your head about the homework for the hotel we have a human How do you think Mr. Nevada law Han who Marfa either Luca Ross hobby is a MC who with the current nujoma firms who are throwing me who do in which I did that npsi need to have a pot, even headband and Hakim recorded the narration from their best for the Allah and her mother, the

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messenger of allah sallallahu Sallam has said, this nation shall always remain steadfast. And Paula said so So, so long as they do not discuss the outcome of children and the Define decree, outcome of children meaning the children that die, what happens to them? Where will they go, that's what he means by the outcome of children, the OMA will remain upon good so long as they don't delve into these issues of the outcome of children when they die in infancy, or before puberty and other why? Because these are from the knowledge of Allah azza wa jal from the aid and to understand its reality and its wisdoms and how they work that's for Allah Subhana Allah alone, and had there been a need

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for the Ummah to know he would have told us subhanaw taala but when he didn't, it means that it's not beneficial knowledge that you need to concern yourself with, it's enough for you to know that your Lord is all powerful or mighty, or able to pan over to Allah, all wise, all knowing us enough for you to know in order for you to worship Him and to believe in Him and to and to live your life as a Muslim that is obedient to Him. And the rest of it. You don't need to know how the color of Allah works and why it works and the wisdoms behind and and the secrets of laws other than for you to know as well is the one who needs to know that and he knows it subhanaw taala. No one else needs

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to busy themselves with that.

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This has also been reported as a statement of women are best suited Allahumma only, at some declared it to be to be more correct. I'll be here to record the narration of human misery Donald Allahu anhu, the prophets of the Lord cinema said, when made companions I mentioned refrain. And when they start, I mentioned refrain. This has been reported by a number of chains, all of them being problematic. When my companions are mentioned refrain meaning in trying to decide who's better and who's not better. Which one is more senior, not senior, which one is more virtuous, virtuous. And so many of the people that came after the time of the companions, this is where they went wrong. So

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after boubakeur normal, they became confused, is it better, man better? They open up the store and there's no need to open up that door? No need? What difference does it make to you whether outman is better, it is better? What are the main components, it doesn't help you be closer to Allah. And that's why all of the sciences, all of these issues that people delve into, you will find that none of them increase you in Eman increase in rabada increase in bringing closer and closer to Allah subhanaw taala. Slowly just like you know, like theoretical stuff, whether it's man is better, it is better how does that help your normal PM?

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What does it have to do with you? How will it make you a better Muslim? How will you bring it to Allah? How does increase in arriba? You spent your whole life looking at this issue and then what? And so the scholars didn't delve into these issues or if they did it was to refute other people that came open this door or for a reason that they did it otherwise, not something which you need to concern yourself with.

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With all who rely on Rahimullah or we aren't even our best seller in the long run Humana who finally made money believe me Iran, Jaco and a lot of individual faint hearted really don't care what you say no, it really doesn't the year kosher to wish me a happy meal is an Allahu Unicam or the year kosher tomato hadn't been asabi Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam for Coca Cola who scenario that would you would pick a holiday who I won't name him or who and what are your special offer? It's reported that even our best friend whom has said to me my name, Iran, beware of looking into the stars for the lead to fake to fortune telling. Beware of delving into the into the defined decree

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for this leads to heresy.

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And beware of abuse in any of the companions of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam lest Allah throw you face first into the into the fire, I will not I'm also post this as a prophetic statement, but it's not authentic. So this thing to even ambass Beware of going too deeply into the sciences because by doing so, it can lead you to a path that is haram. Like you said before, studying astronomy can lead you to astrology and fortune turning, and then it becomes haram. Right looking at, for example, the decree of Allah azza wa jal, and going into too deeply, can lead you to rejecting the decree of Allah subhanaw taala, or sing about it that which is incorrect, as happened

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with many of the Muslim groups, and likewise abusing the prophets of Allah since companions speaking ill of them, and going into delving into the issues that they had amongst themselves the differences that they had, between themselves and then because that ultimately leads to what people are going to this often have to choose a side, or they have to comment and say, when he was wrong then and he made that mistake, and he was incorrect. And that was a, a, an actual ignorance for him. And so now they come into those issues. And they're speaking and disparaging the companions of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and the Prophet SAW and said, Don't speak ill of my companions, all of

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them. Because if one of you was to spend the likes of the mountain that we had in gold, you wouldn't it wouldn't it wouldn't equal a handful of what they gave or half a handful and so that's the general rule of the of the Sharia stay with Allah, that is not going to be a normal piano. Why did I get a fight? Why did so and so have a dispute on ask you that on human PM? And so why are you going to increase and that is why from the from the knowledge of American Abdul Aziz Rahim Allah Tada the famous Hadith of the Muslims, who was from the descendants of Maria. And so his family would often be disparaging towards Ali and his supporters, because they're from the descendants of Maria and

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they would qualify, and they would often speak ill of the companions that oppose Maria, when Omar Abdulaziz was asked about this he said that Allah saved me from having to get involved at a time so I wouldn't get involved now. Not saved me from that. Why do I need to speak about it? You don't have to have an opinion on an issue. You don't have to have an opinion on every issue. You don't have to get involved in every issue even for other people if they want to do you, you want to meet Allah subhanaw taala with having no oppression on on yourself, no one can come to you and say he committed backbiting against me spread rumors about me spoke evil about me cursed me whether they're alive or

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whether they passed away you don't want anyone on human Fiamma to come with that type of claim against you.

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the prohibition of delve into the defined decree encompasses three of three encompasses a number of matters a number of matters,

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but will first use in parts of the book to contradict other parts for example, the one who affirms that define decree quotes a particular first what the one who denies it, quote, another first another first, and they started beating is reported that such an event happened during the time of the prophet or two during the time of the messenger of allah sallallahu sallam, whereupon he became angry and prohibited such matters from disputing about the Quran. And this has been prohibited who dispute about the Quran me

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means to use the Quran to debate with other parts of the Quran. One person takes one verse, and he uses that with another person takes another verse, and now they start to clash with one another, both of them using the Quran. And so that's something which the prophets of salaam didn't know prohibited because it is from using the Quran as a means of argumentation. And that's what the people who came before us used to do the past nations. And that is why this hadith the the author's referring to the person for be this, he became angry, is in the Muslim ummah moment, the hadith of ambergris Sharif on his father and his grandfather that the Prophet Salim came out was some of the

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companions to speak about other. So he became angry and he said, don't use the book of Allah, to crush it with the other books of Allah for that is how the people who came before you would destroy it, that they would use the revelation that Allah gave to them to oppose other parts of the revelation because the Quran does not and cannot contradict the other parts of the Quran. The Quran complements the Quran does not contradict it. So when you're using two opposing positions, Wolfrum using the Quran, then that's a problem there because you're saying that the Quran is contradicting other parts of the Quran and that is why it is forbidden to do so.

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Why not?

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He said this second discussing the defined decree either by either by way of affirmation or negation by rationalizing unemploy and logical arguments. It's an exam exemplified by saying by the saying of the area where Allah to decree everything, and then punish people who would be unjust and oppressive. And the saying of the of the opposite the opposition, Allah has forced into the servants into performing the actions and the likes. So one of the other issues then that happens are people as you said, started using the logic in order to understand the Quran and the Sunnah. And if it didn't make sense and they oppose the Quran and the Sunnah. Like this example here, the Cordelia

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came in, he said, How can Allah decree things, then people do something that is haram than Allah punishes them for the Haram he's done that decreed it for them in the first place. So they said that Allah doesn't decree that Allah has no knowledge of what's going to take place and they denied. Allah has pre existing knowledge. He says she's saying that when you admit do something Allah didn't know until we do it. Allah didn't have have any idea. So therefore Allah azza wa jal isn't knowing anymore, it's not a game anymore. It doesn't know everything anymore, doesn't know what the future holds unto me and you do something in the future. And that's because they didn't understand the

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power of Allah subhanaw taala. They didn't differentiate between Allah's universal decree, and between his salary decree that there are certain things that Allah has made incumbent upon everyone like life and death, no one can escape it. And then there are other things that Allah wants from you. But he doesn't make it obligatory upon you like your Sharia wants you to believe, but doesn't force you to believe. And because of the lack of differentiation, they put everything in one category, and that caused them problems. And then you had the jabariya, who are the opposite? They said that and that makes sense that Allah doesn't know what's going, how can they be a god? And he's

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not I mean, you're just denied one of the last names. So they replied, because they're still using the same foundation, which is logic. They said, Okay, how do you respond? They said, well, obviously then Allah forces you to do everything you don't have free will. So the one who commits should Allah forced him to commit ship and the one that would be that Allah forced him to come up with the answer. And that's just as bad as the first one. And so again, the using their intellectual argument in order to, to place upon Allah azza wa jal, what he does or doesn't do, from his limbs and attributes and his actions

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that delve into the secrets of Divine Decree, that will he be one of which has been reported from adhirata Allah and others from amongst the self, this because this evidence will never be able to understand it's true, it is true reality. And that is also from one of the ways that they started to then use the intellect and deny the decree of Allah subhanaw taala what is the wisdom behind this? Why does Allah allow suffering? Why did Allah Allah was, why do people lose their lose their parents and their babies, and they didn't do anything. So now they want to understand the decree of Allah azza wa jal, and that's not knowledge on Allah subhanaw taala gave to them. All of these are

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examples of what what the author mentioned at the beginning, that when the people didn't take the knowledge of the self and what they stopped at, and they started to delve into these issues and go into more detail, it opened up so many doors of evil, and they started to go astray and they started to be misled. And they started to mislead others. Until because so many homes in Oman told today. Today many Muslims you will find the struggle if they struggle in the Eman one of the primary reasons that they struggle in the Eman is because of this issue of other of Allah azza wa jal they don't understand it. Many people will reject or have problems with Islam because of this issue. You

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say that Allah decreed, but then how come Allah forces and If Allah doesn't force them, and they open up this door, and had the people just stopped with the way of the Senate, that it would have been enough and that's why it Rhodiola one another's used to say a statement to that effect that they will say that we used to say much at all until we had to deal with people like you and they

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You have to speak because the serif never used to ask the companions and it used to question the prompts are seldom said something some Anwar we hear we obey didn't need anything more. But then when people started to question, then the companions have to start to answer they have to start to speak. And then when the students start to ask more than the tambourine, so to speak more, and that's why, as the OMA continues, the speech of people becomes more whereas if you go back to the statements of the Senate, the Companions very few small short sentences few words everywhere, that's what they did. Look at the Russians Abu Bakr radi Allah one. How many words can you attribute today

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to Abu Bakr? Very few, because he hardly spoke Almaraz man hardly spoke to hardly said anything, because they didn't need to and they didn't want to. But now it's what about how much can you what's your output? Right? How much can you speak and how much have you done and and so we have to speak like me. I've been speaking for two days non stop. We have to do that. But the Senate didn't do that. It's not the way because the didn't need to go into this level of detail. No Quran and Sunnah was enough for them. He said something Allah said something the brothers enough. Don't ask why don't they have enough Eman to just follow and obey. And they don't need anything else we didn't know we

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need to understand. And someone has to explain it to us and someone has some astrologically given and only when we're satisfied.

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You know, I'm the one Okay, maybe we'll do it. And even that is maybe not the way of the companions and the self. And so this is something which the author is referring to here.

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Don't allow me they are not allowed to either. I mean that they can earn the 13 or more even more Tizi that woman Heather has the one minute Academy fee that later I also refer to here we I did let it roll, or whoever should the Hatami Academy feel. The NL Furama filco dedicata movie fit he heard that movie that he was refer to. Another example of this, ie newly invented martyrs is the innovation of the Morteza and those who have followed their path, in their discussion of the essence of ALLAH Exalted is He and His attributes through the use of rational rationalization, this is more dangerous than delving into the Define degree, because discussing the defined degree is to discuss

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the actions of Allah, whereas here one is discussing his very essence and attributes. So it leads to more evil. So once they started speaking about Allah's actions, it opened up the door to speak about Allah himself. But relative Allah azza wa jal and his names and as attributes and that became even more dangerous. And Rahim Allah Azza Maha Willa you know this may I heard him and never get the aroma or the vehicle Kitab was to not meet the elephant listed listed with me here in the in the hood dish we have been loosely coupled inverters electric low ruya like and like energy SMA

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this group, this group is divided into two categories. The first those who negate much of what it's reported in the book and the Sunnah, regarding the attributes of Allah, due to the implication in their field of the likeness between the creation and the creator, from amongst these other Murthy zero set, if he can be seen, he must be avoided, because one requires a direction which to see. And if he speak, and if his speech can be heard, he must be upon those who negate this, this ascension did not did so by means of the same reasoning. So what they do then is they use the logic again, if Allah can be seen that he must have a body and if Allah has a body, then he must be in a certain

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direction. If Allah is in a certain direction, then it's like the rest of his creation and they start building on these logical arguments, one thing after the other after the other until they just deny all of the names and attributes of Allah. Is the path of the murderer Zilla, undergird me. Yeah. And the self agreed that they were misguided innovators. This path of this has been transfers, in some matters by many of those who are attributed to the Sunnah and the Hadith, amongst the amongst the latter generations, why are they wise amongst those who attribute to the sudden Hadith amongst the later generations?

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Because it became so widespread

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because he became the leader of the state, the Muslim whole affair, and then governance and so on. They started to uphold this op ed. And because he became widespread in all of the institutions and all of this

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centers of learning, even those people who are trying to hold on to the Quran and the Sunnah were affected by this because the teachers are on this and the institutions are on this and the whole society is on this. And no doubt if that's what you live in, then some of that will affect you in one way or another except for those people that Allah azza wa jal saves. And that's why many of the scholars of the Sunnah had errors in terms of certain issues like this, let them know we had certain mistakes in these types of issues because that's what they live in, despite their best attempts to hold on to the Quran and the Sunnah. This is the reality of your situation and where you live in and

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how that impacts you. And that's why even Rajab says that even those who even them sometimes you will find they had mistakes in this issue, because of just the prevalence of through the time that the individual like even today, someone lived in a society or a community where the whole of that community is upon some type of innovation, then likely some of that will impact them or affect them. It will there be some influence that comes upon them as well.

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The second category, those who wish it to affirm the attributes of Allah via logical or rational realization that are not mentioned in the text in the text. And through these they refuted this stance of the first group. What are the first group? Do they denied the names and attributes of Allah? What did the second group do based upon logic? What did the second group do they meant to the opposite? They said, No, we affirm them. So when they were asked because they also using logic, how do you affirm them, then they said that Allah is similar to his creation. And so they likened Allah to his creation, just as humans can do certain things they like was ALLAH has attributes have to be

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understood in a certain way. So rather than denying what the first group did, by going back to the way of the self, they went to the opposite extreme, and that's because they're still using the same foundation of logic and so on. And that's what the author is referring to here. Proponents of these include McCarthy, eveness, Philemon and those who followed him such as you know, having gone to the Muslim man is the famous author of Tafseer well known in the books have read any book of zero poverty, and he is one of the Imams of Tafseer but when it came to issues of Hadith and Athena and Sony had major problems, and that shows to the sometimes the Center for us to accept from someone a

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science and other sciences, someone's an expert Intersil they will take his stuff, see and listen to stuff see, but they wouldn't accept him as an oyster of Hadith they wouldn't accept him in his app either because of his major issues, but in Tafseer he's known to have taken knowledge which is good in that they would accept his themes in that this is a good example of of that Makati Muslim and non binary Miriam is just steps on steps and then follow the path of a step further in this

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they will in turn followed by a group of her the theme of the past and present is also the weight of the color Karami from Amongst them were those who affirmed a body for Allah as a result of this affirming his attributes either in the meaning or wording, others from amongst them affirming attributes of Allah that have not been mentioned in the book and the Sunnah, such as the movement which they believe it to be necessary outcome of his attributes that have been established the set up for a future mobility statement and what he did in his refutation of a job and they went to great a to great lengths in in in censoring him to the extent that some of them considered it lawful to

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kill him amongst these are McGivney Rahim the the teacher of aloha. So this is what happens right and so you go from one extreme to the other. And so again the author is sacred monotonic that this opens up the door to a lot of evil as soon as you stray from the path of the center then you open up the door to a great deal of evil and hum

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The correct position in all of this is the position of the writer self in the applying the first and the narrow and the narrations concerning the attributes of Allah as thick as they came to us without without interpret interpretation, asking how are likening them to the creation, no position contrary to this one is authentically reported from the setup, especially when neither is anything reported from them proving that the profit into the meanings of or gave analogies of allies attributes. So the position of the setup was that they believed in Allah's names and attributes in the way that they will reach in the Quran and the Sunnah, with asking how, and without trying to interpret them,

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and without trying to lie to them to Allah's creation, they took from the Quran and the Sunnah, the way that the Companions understood it. And they didn't delve into it. And they need to understand its logical its wisdom or its secrets

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is even though there were some of some who lived around the time of Muhammad, who did, who did do the same of this, and this and in so on, in so doing, follow the way lay laid laid out by McCartan, but they are not to be followed in this. If you find one of the Imams of Islam, making a mistake in one of these issues, like you have some of the stuff, they fall into some errors, then you don't follow them in the errors. Because they meet every human makes a mistake, every person's fallible, everyone's likely to in one issue or another. So don't follow them in what they did that was incorrect, but rather stick to the Imams of his time. And those are the ones that you will mention.

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Now. Those who should be followed are the Imams of Islam such as YBNL, Mobarak Malik that we allow there in Sheffield, he does have a weight and the likes, and that's what the people used to do. You have all of the stuff. And then you have the Imams of the Allameh not all of them are the same, not all of the cells are one in the same. Imam Malik and Jose and the Mubarak and authority and Mr. Muhammad are like the other scholars I lived at a time where before the Morph to them, you have levels amongst the scholars just as you have levels amongst the Companions AbuBakr on armorama Like those who came after them, and so to understand who the greatest scholars of this ummah, and to

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follow them in their Arpita and in their manhunt and in their, in the in everything that they that's what someone has to work on doing. One will not find anything in the words of those mentioned above that similar to the statement of the motorcar limit, let alone the words of the philosophers rather this not found in the words of any anyone who has not been censored or disappeared. This property, the mean or the rhetoricians or those people that had to establish or substantially everything due to logic, they were known as the people of color, because everything had to be explained rationally, logically, and so they became known as the people of color.

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Zahra Rossi said whoever was this is a knowledge and does not preserve his knowledge and requires them to spread. You should have nothing to do with him and you will find many themes at the center of sync stay away from this stay away from cram because it's going to be harmful to you because as soon as you open that door then shaitan will have a weigh in and once he has a way in he will confuse you with so many doubts especially if you haven't studied your religion you don't have a solid foundation

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of Salah who you need for him or him a long time I mean then you can earn even from the 13 aroma just like When lava build our power the ugly Yeti newer on the forward what I do for oil what I do for effort here was our own hard effort is sooner and more

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from amongst the innovative sciences is that which has been introduced by both tourists this belongs belonging to the people of opinion compare

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comprising of rational principles and rules which are use it as a basis of alpha rule of all the rulings. They do this irrespective of whether they confirm to the Sunnah opposite, even if the root base of these principles may well be may well be based upon the interpretation of the texts from the Quran and Sunnah. However, others are boasted this interpret interpretations. This was what the Imams of salaam rejected when they refuted the jurist is amongst the people of the opinion in Pages

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Iraq, they went to great lengths in since then and refuting the, what is being referred to here is that there are two ways of understanding the text of the Quran and the Sunnah when it comes to its rulings. One is you take the text of the Quran and the Sunnah and you understand them using your, your brain and your intelligence that allows you to give to you that was the position of the self, they would use their intelligence and they would use the atom to understand the Quran and the Sunnah, in the confines of the Quran and the Sunnah and its texts the other way and the one that the author is saying here is wrong under the set of spoke against is when you use your logic, and that's

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what you use first and foremost, even if it goes against the text of the Quran and the Sunnah. Or you take the text of the Quran and the Sunnah, and you say, that doesn't make sense. There's something here that doesn't work with my principle of logic. So I'm going to deny it and that's when you will find that the people have have misguidance to that they have the text of the Quran and the Sunnah, and they see it doesn't make sense to me. And because of that they will reject it and just as they do in it that there are people who used to do this in in fact as well and so they denied certain text of the Quran and the Sunnah and rulings in our camp, because of that same logic that

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they used or that same principle that they using of logic.

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And Allah.

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As for the Imams and the jurists amongst the Hadith, they follow the authentic narrations, whether they whether they might be so long as the narration or so long as the narration was acted upon by the companions and those who came after the war, at least by some of the US for those narrations that the set of and anonymously agreed to leave is not permissible to act up to act by them, since they left acting according to them because of that certain certain knowledge that they should not be applied. I'm wondering if there's anyone out there, as he said, take form opinions that which confirms to the practice of those who came before you, for they were more knowledgeable than you. As

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for the specific case where the narration contradicts the price of people of Medina, Malik was of the opinion that the practice of the people of Medina should be adhered to, whereas the majority adhere to the narration. So the general thing amongst the self was that they will accept iterations of the Quran and the Sunnah, that's what they're focusing on. And that's what they're going to be saluted upon, so long as it is authentic knowledge that came to them. And then the author mentions that there were a couple of exceptions to this and from them is the mandible human Malik Malik was of the position that if the people of Medina had all agreed upon a certain thing that has its

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weight, in terms of consideration, because he considered the people of Medina of his generation, because he's from that spell tambourine. And his teachers are the tab you're in and the teachers are the companions, those generations are learning directly from the Prophet Salam. And so if something was prevalent, unknown by Medina, it means that was prominently known by the companions, and the students or the companions. And therefore that should be something which has its weight and do measure. The majority of the scholars disagreed with this, but it is one of the principles on the method of Imam Malik. So that's maybe an exception to the general rule. But even so, the general

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principle almost all of these scholars of hadith is that they took the relations of the Quran and the Sunnah, irrespective of whether it makes sense to you or not. And there are many narrations from the self in that regard from them is the same with the value of the Allah one that if we were to use logic in will do then it would make more sense to wipe the bottom of the sock than the top of the sock, logically, that's the one that touches the ground. And that's the one that has that on it make more sense for you to do that. And then he will say, but we saw the profit center mike over the top of the sock, not about your logic, not about what makes sense to you an activity is about servitude

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to Allah submission to Him worshipped Him subhanaw taala. So Allah commands you to do something. In fact, the fact that you don't understand it doesn't make sense to you is a higher display of iman than something that makes sense to you. shows that you have a greater level of Eman, something doesn't make any sense to you and you're still willing to obey Allah and worship him as opposed to those things that you can make sense of and you can attribute to them some wisdom. Allah we

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And this was not the way of the Imams of Islam. This was innovative later. An example of this is what was done by the jurisdiction of Kufa and Basara. Regarding the differences amongst the share theories and the Hanafis the author works on this and delves deeply into it, researching and debating, this also innovated and has no basis. This became the limit of their knowledge and provide them from more beneficial knowledge. Not some of the scholars did have the MME is that they delve into issues and they will start to mention hypotheticals, hypothetically, if this happens, the monster running and if that happens, the muscles running and if that happens, and then they start

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having loads and loads of issues that never took place, they're not unlikely to to the place. And you find this even to today, you will find books of the mother hip, all of them have this type of hypothetical theorisation. And then the rulings that may or may not result as the author is saying this wasn't the wave of the self, in fact, was the wave of the surf. Someone came and asked a question they would say to them, did that happen? And if he said no, he would say Go away, don't come to me and asked me this question until it happens. That was the way of the self. And if someone came ask them a question, they will be like, gonna ask someone so instead, don't come to me. So this

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need or this wants to have lots of fatwa and give lots of rulings and have lots of issues from the way of the self. Self didn't like to delve into those issues. Because every time you speak about religion of Allah, that's another thing that Allah will hold you to account for. So the self didn't like to speak about these issues. In fact, they would prefer not to say anything.

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Then Allah

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the first the only the only they only say this to you, for argument's sake, then the disputation disputatious people. And this hadith is an activity of the set of said, when Allah decides good for 70 opens for him the door of the actions and close for him, for him the door of debate, when Allah designs evil for 70, close the door, have to close the door to action and opens instead the door of debate. This is an amazing statement, Allah wants good for you. He will allow you to use your knowledge to come closer to him. And if Allah does all good to you, if you have knowledge, that knowledge won't benefit you, you will use it only to waste your time and to engage in disputes and

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arguments and debates and you'll spend your time doing all sorts of things that won't bring you any good and that's why you see unfortunately today, social media people use the knowledge and all they're doing is debating all they're doing is on videos and this person is not known for any type of of knowledge or a brother or anything else or teaching people or giving them something which is of benefit even if they themselves have knowledge because Allah azza wa jal diverts away from that which is more beloved to him from the greatest science that Allah wants good for you is that your knowledge guides to that which is most beloved to Allah. You use your knowledge to be guided to that

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which is most pivotal and that's why the sanef you see them full of rabada and full of Zoho and full of water and follow all they did with their with their knowledge is they found what is most beloved to Allah and that's what they did. Where does Allah's pleasure lie most? And that's what they follow. And that's the difference

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