Foundations of the Sunnah #15 Conclusion

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Salem Loma Linda my info now and find me my LinkedIn. I was in Elma noble Alameen Allahumma aina. The critical issue critical was neighbor, critic,

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and my bad. So the last thing we've discussed was an effect. And the statement of Imam Muhammad Rahim Allah Allah when he said when he Falco who will go through a yak for Abdullah he via with a regular youth release now if Ilana and EMBC la Munna, Filipina Latina can wa T Rasulullah. He la Salatu was Salam. So that NIFA his his Gopher, and here he is defining the NIFA that was at the time of Rasulullah he sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the main type of NIFA in effect in at Akkad new Falcon belief where someone pretends to be a Muslim, and they're not. Right in order to pass as a Muslim, because they are they're afraid or they want to plot something, what have you. So but they publicly

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profess Islam, but inwardly they are not. So this is we said, this is the major NIFA or a NIFA affiliated cod Nefab in belief. We said also that there is what a minor NIFA and that minor New Thought is in effect in actions that Kalaheo new Falcon actions and include some behaviors of the prophets OLALIA, we send them warned against, can remember some of them

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so that the size of the hypocrite is what?

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Yeah, so we have four or three, right? So there's gonna just give me one of them

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lying, so lying, and then another

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Okay, cannot be trusted right when he gives his promise. So he will break his promise. And if he's, so he makes a promise he'll break it and he doesn't trust it, he will betray that. And the last one would be what the customer Fajr that is when he disputes who argues with someone he transgresses in his argument beyond the bounds of what is acceptable. Alright, so there we said that these were the traits of the major hypocrites, the major hypocrites would do all of these four things. So that's why the Prophet sallallaahu Selim says that if you are like that, in action, you resemble them, even though your belief is still Islam, but if you like like them, and betray the trust, like them, and

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then break your promises like them, and transgress when you are angry, and it means like in action, you look like them. Right? So that's why this is a sign of a HIPAA hypocrite inaction. Phil Amman, so a person could still be a Muslim, but he has hypocrisy in him. Right hypocrisy in him. So before we move on and explain the rest of what Muhammad Rahim Allah said, and he says, Because he said a nice apple who will cough so cool for what is cough because we define what the * is, let's just briefly define what Cofer is. So cough linguistically, means to cover up something to bury it and cover it up. This is cough. Okay. And the farmer, right though that those who planted the seeds then

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cover up with the soil, they could be called linguistically could fall too far in the sense of what they cover up the seed. That's what it is. So, why is a Kaffir I religiously why the kaffir is called a Kapha. Lowe Adam is this because he covers up his fedora

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covers up the truth covers up the numbers of Allah azza wa jal, and all the signs that show that Allah is the creator and the only one who can be worshipped. So the kaffir covers up all of that and pretends that his fifth row testifies otherwise, his heart is saying otherwise that the signs of Allah azza wa jal point otherwise, that there is nothing there to say that Allah is one or that Allah exists. So it's a cover up

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it's a cover so because of that, it is called coffee

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and go for any the aroma they see is of types, the different types of coffee there it's not all what the one in the same, but ultimately, it's the same, but they say it's stipes. So they say for instance, there is the q4 of stick bar and EBA artistic bar, this is the q4 of a bliss. So a bliss is type of q4 is what? arrogance and pride meaning I will not so it's not that he did not know Allah as origin, or did not believe that Allah is One. But he said what I will not do what you commanded.

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that type of aesthetic bar whether it comes from the jinn or comes from the inside, yes, I know that Allah is One. I know the Quran is true. I know that Muhammad Allah is Salatu was Salam is the Messenger of Allah, but I will not follow. Right that is Schofer. And that is like the cover of some of the people of the Book who knew that and that could exist still today, who knew? And some of them know that Muhammad Ali Salatu Salam is a prophet of Allah, but they say what we will not follow. So this is cool for so that's one type of coup for there is another type of coup for wishes. elderhood they call it which is that you believe on the inside, but outwardly you denies it. Now, this is not

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true. It cannot be true. And Allah azza wa jal says what your head will be harvested by not her and Fusa whom will know what Alou, he said, subhanho wa taala. They publicly Jehovah will be here, they deny it, they deny Islam is not right, the prophet is this and this, but inwardly was taken, that is they have this year clean inside that yeah, this this Quran is miraculous that the prophet is receiving revelation, but they don't want to confess that, right? So kind of like the opposite of the hypocrites in a sense, right? They don't want to confess that, so outwardly, they are what Kufa inwardly they are what they are, they know that this is true, but what is lacking there inwardly is

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that we are not going to follow. So that is go for that is a cover up, there is a coup for that they call a check. Meaning I don't know

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if Allah is there or not, I don't know if Muhammad Ali Salatu Salam is a prophet or not. So I don't know. So that is not helpful. Because if you have doubts about it, you have to investigate whether it is this or that. Look at the evidence to see which does it favor? And typically, that kind of doubt doesn't last? For some it may but typically, it doesn't last, because you're gonna favor one or the other, either you say yes or not.

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And similar to it, there is another call for that they call it Khufu Iraq, meaning that you can't be bothered. He says, I don't want to think about religion. I don't want to think about God, I don't want to think about Islam. I don't want to investigate. So the evidence comes to you, but you say I'm not interested. And you he's kind of busy with the dunya busy with your life. I'm not interested. So it comes but you rejected, why you cannot be bothered, it's not really important to you, I have other things to focus on. So this is a type of go for of what they call a rod, you're not interested in the truth, though it had come to you. You're not interested in listening to it,

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you dismiss it. Right? That is cool for that is they call it Iraq. So there are types of COVID and the fact is one of them, and we said that neufeldt is the worst of gopher because why? Because it combines with disbelief, deception and lying, and that it is the most harmful of the types of Kufa because these people penetrate Islam and they pretend to be muslims and so they can infiltrate Muslims corrupt their beliefs spread fitna among them as the mafia clean did and as you could find in the Quran, that's what they are in the lowest ranks of hellfire, right.

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Then he continues Rahim Allah he says, now he's going to bring examples of a hadith and he goes on to say something about it. He says so the following Hadith that atonement could Nephi for who I'm gonna affect three. If one has them he's a Munna fix so this is a Hadith. He says Heather Allah. Lili, he says this is an emphatic strict statement from the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam emphatic that leave meaning strict, harsh intended to be that now we have come to Orlando for sue her winner read it as it we have received it we do not explain it. And I'll tell you what he means by that he says we do not explain it. And then he says well colo meaning and the other Hadith letter Jehovah

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rdquo Farah Bula derivable documentary club above he says don't go back to become disbelievers after me. Okay, striking each other's necks meaning killing each other so the profits are the same that's the Hadith don't go come back or return to go for after me killing each other. And he says and the likes of what have another Hadith it will tackle Muslim men who say him FL Katya will mock to Luffy now if two Muslims meet with their swords, meaning that they are fighting each other, then they kill her and they killed are both in hellfire. And he says unlike see Bible Muslim, he flew on Wakita Lu cough. He says insulting a Muslim is fix a specific kind of you know, it's sinful as a sin that

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takes you not out of

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Islam but first, the meaning of fistula is to go out of Islam so it's sinful let's call it insulting or Muslim or cursing a Muslim is fist what a Telugu cough and fighting him is gopher disbelief. When with lumen Khalili, Ethier kerferd, adverbial huduma. And like and the Latin like the one who says to his brother, yeah, kaffir Oh CAFR, then one of them deserves it.

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It will go to one of them. When we flew, go from Billahi terbaru on Manasa. When we're in decay, it says it's disbelief in Allah as though to distance yourself from your lineage. Even if it is a minimal distancing. We'll explain all of that. I says and similar a hadith that are authentic, we submit to it even if we do not understand its Tafseer we don't argue about it. When an officer had the Hadith 11 With Lima jihad, we don't explain it except with the exact narration it came with what Anna wrote to her, we don't reject it. So what is he saying here? Rahima hola and why is what he's saying you really important, is saying,

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we know what the fact is. We know what Cofer is. Now, these Hadith when we hear that something like the one who has one of these three or three are combined in one that's hypocrisy.

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He says what do you do with these Hadith or the Hadith that if you kill each other, you had become Kufa

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or that if two Muslims will fight each other than the killer, and they killed or in hellfire, these Hadith that meaning of go for that meaning of NIFA? How do we understand it? Because you may understand it as major disbelief, major Cofer right, that that person had actually, by doing this has denied Islam. Right? The two Muslims, if they fight each other, they've just left Islam just by that mere fighting. I will also add to that if they kill each other, or the person,

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right?

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distances himself from his lineage. What does that mean tomorrow on Minnesota? He is not my father. She is not my mother. These are not my cousins. I'm not from that tribe. So that act is a it is cool for you think okay, bye. And through this act, this person has left Islam.

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So what he's saying first to him, oh, Allah is that how the other third Li Li first this is an emphatic language. It's a deterrent language is to tell you how serious all these things are. But at the same time, he doesn't want to interpret it to take away its strength.

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Right. Now, when do you interpret it? You interpret it when there could be a misunderstanding?

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Among people who may say just like the Hawaii bridge, Oh, yeah. So if two people fight each other, and they already Muslim, now they have become non Muslim. See how this supports what we're saying that a major sin is disbelief, because they committed that see, and you tell them no, that's not what the Prophet alayhi salatu salam means this Cofer is Cofrin action. You can call it go through Iman go for an action or mine or go for

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that it could be and should be called go for this what the Prophet sallallahu Sallam called it but he does not mean by it. The Deus person has rejected Islam and had apostate it because this is sin.

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claims you say how do you know he says if you bring all the evidence together and not just look on one Hadith

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that tells you about the unnecessary method of understanding the Quran and the Sunnah. How. So you don't look at one area and say based on this single ayah and you ignore everything else that will misguide you, one single Hadith and you see based on this one, I'll understand everything you see, you can do this you got to pull everything together, that's what they do. They pull everything together and you see understand this hadith in light of all the rest, this ayah in light of all the rest, then you will have a balanced understanding. So Allah azza wa jal does not lay a say what you thought if at any minute more meaning architettura Lu for us, lubaina Houma they have two parties of

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the believers fight then reconcile between them. So they are fighting and fighting yield leads to what death and killing

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and yet he called them what Mini.

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So, the Hadith and the eyes are not supposed to what conflict with with one another, they interpret one another. And when you see a conflict, the conflict is considered with a shabby ambiguous why because we are yet to understand it properly when you understand it properly. You know what the prophet man you know what Allah has certain men so that ambiguity is erased. And there is no you know, there is confidence

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and clarity, but before that you might have what some anxiety well what is this I really mean what does this hadith really mean? I find conflict here Nila there is no conflict as long as both are authentic and both are properly understood. So what do we mean what the Prophet sallahu wa sallam means by that letter job radical far I can recall about don't go come back to being disbelievers killing each other is saying that these actions are the actions of whom Kufa these are not your actions if you are believers if you have Iman, because who kills Muslims?

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Too far? So tell your obiettivo Farah means you will behave as if you are Kufa.

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Right? That's what it is. And telethon could Nephi the three things that if a person has he is a hypocrite. Why? Because these things when you do you look like the hypocrite. So it's hypocrisy in action. Or you can call it minor one. But you look like them. Okay, see Bible Muslim, you've also pettalia who offered that that's the same thing. If you find a Muslim it is good for

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mcaliley. So here. He says if you are one who says to his brother, yeah, Catherine Oh, kaffir. Okay, meaning he calls him a Kapha you are no longer a Muslim. Fuck that I be here I had to Huma one of them deserves it or go but comes back to one of them.

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Does that mean that he becomes a Kaffir? When he says that? No. But it means that the sin of that thing comes back to you. So if a person you call them Khafre, and He does not deserve that designation, he did not commit anything to deserve that designation. Then, if it's not him, then it's you. That's what the prophets Allah Selim is saying, if it's not him, then it's you. Do you become a disbeliever? By that? No. Right? No, right. It's a sin. It's a sin. But then what comes back to you the sin of saying it, the sin of that designation, okay. And then call from Billa heeta. Barone, Vanessa, that is if you distance yourself from your own lineage, okay, that this is good for

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Allah azza wa jal, he says, why is that? And by the way, we don't need to understand the why. Right? As he was, as he will say, as he said, ya know, Rahim, Allah, Ya know, we narrated, we believe in it, even if we don't understand it stiff, see, even if we don't understand its meaning, because you may encounter at one point in your life or another Anya, and at that time, you don't understand. How could that be? So? Punishment you don't understand? How could that be? So How could Allah azza wa jal commend this hadith? How could this be so? Right? But it doesn't fit you don't understand it or your notion of justice or your notion of Mercy goes against this hadith, you say what you submit to

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it, as long again, as long as it is authentic, and as long as you understand what he's saying, Okay, you submit to it, even if you don't understand fully how and why. And then Allah says that it will grant you that understanding right, either through consulting scholars or Allah azza wa jal opens your heart and you begin to comprehend why the prophets Allah Sydenham said what he said or why this is saying what it is saying. But going back to this hadith, why is it Allahu Allah Muna, why is it that distancing some oneself from his lineage?

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Is Cofer because it is the action of the kuffaar.

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That is, it's the action of the kuffaar to be unkind to the relatives, to sever ties of kinship, and to attack or to disturb the lineage. So this is if you do this, if you disturb the rights of the kin, and responsibilities towards them, because if you say he is not my father, she is not my mother, they are not my my tribe. These are not my cousins, that means what you're cutting relations, cut or Raheem wakatobi or ham is the word, the action of the Kufa not the action of Muslims. So again, it's an act of Cofer or minor.

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So that's the explanation of them. But then some of the stuff and here Imam Ahmed Rahim, Allah was emphasizing he says, we're going to narrate them as they are, we're not going to explain them.

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TBC why? Yeah, Imam you don't want to explain them. So on his behalf, I'm going to answer in his saying because it's stronger when you don't explain it. And it's actually is because when you say don't become kuffaar After killing each other, if you have a sword in your hand or other weapons and you're about to kill a Muslim, and somebody tells you this is cool for what do you do? Definitely stop.

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If somebody tells you this is mine or cough

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What a minor golfer is just a major sin and the major sins can be forgiven. What do you do? You kill him. Right? So it's it's emphasized that this is an action of Kufa. And when it's called Gopher, by the way, it is serious that that title is a serious for a reason, because it could lead to it. The minor leads to the major, so it could lead to it. So when the Prophet alayhi salatu salam says, this is school four, or somebody lies and you say this is the fact

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that strong

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and it is strong to be what a deterrent

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to teach you that if you walk this path, then you are walking the path of hypocrisy. If you walk this path, then you are walking the path of gopher and this belief in Allah azza wa jal yes and actions. And it's important to explain it for those who miss may misunderstand that. But at the same time, it's important to preserve the Hadith as it is as strong as it is to deter all of us, all of us. So even though you've heard the interpretation of the Hadith, and what it means, right, before you could call someone a Kaffir, you would think twice because what you've heard the prophets say, not the interpretation of the scholars now that keep it in the back of your head. But what the

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prophets Allah Selim, you heard him say is what? If you tell your brother meaning undeservedly? Right, yeah, kaffir it goes to one of you.

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So that should frighten you that if he doesn't deserve it, yeah, cafard comes back to me. And that could be a very big deal.

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What if what the province or the seller meant is that that, you know, because I'm, if you say to someone, yeah, kaffir, and you declare them a calf, or you've declared them with their blood is lawful. The blood can be shed. Right? So if you're saying that about them, and it's serious, if it bounces back and comes at you, you understand that you're putting yourself in trouble with Allah zodion and with people, so you really hesitate before you use that word, unless you're really sure about it. And unless you're qualified to speak and say about person, he's Kaffir. And he's not, we're not saying here that no one can be called a Kaffir.

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Right? That's another extreme. No matter what you say, no matter what you do, no one can call you a Kaffir. Or declare your Kaffir? No.

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Obviously, there are people who forsake Islam, right. And you have to, when that happens, tell them that they have committed gopher or now the aquifer, but you have to be qualified to be able to do this, right? And you have to investigate. And only then you'd be able to so this is not open for the masses for lay Muslims, but for scholars, and especially among the the senior scholars, who would have the power and the wisdom to know when to speak and what to say. Right.

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So these unsimilar, a hadith some of the stuff are Heimo Mala, they would narrate and they would not interpret they say let it be as the Prophet sallahu wa salam said it, let's not like water it down by explaining it. But when do they explain it? Is that when there might be a misunderstanding people who are prone, like the Hawara, to say, well, everybody is a disbeliever? They'll say, no, no, no, let's explain what it is. So that you do not miss understand and then miss, interpret.

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And then the, this is the last, the one before the last segment insha Allah in this book, and he says, Will gender to a Narooma clue attorney cambogia and Rasulullah Salallahu Salam and he says heaven and hell are already created, as the Prophet sallallahu Sallam had reported to us and he said and he brings here examples of a hadith. So the prophets Allah Selim, he said, The hell to Ginetta for it to Cassara I entered heaven, and a saw a palace or a tool co author, I've seen al coauthor, the river in paradise. And of course, if you've seen something in means it exists, it's a lot of agenda for it to Xsara, Alia Kadala. To have in order for it to get our Qaeda I've looked into

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heaven. And I saw that most of its people are this in that exactly. This is how Mohamed COVID said so I will just stay with what he had written. And he said well thought out of dinar for a to Kedah, Waka and I've looked into hellfire, and I saw this in that. So obviously he's looking into things that exist. So he says from Zama and Muhammad am to halacha the one who claims that they have not been created for one will give the one will Quran you a hadith Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, then if he says that they are not created, He is denying the Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam will ask people who you know will Jannetty will not I know don't

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think that he believes in heaven and hell.

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Now, you might be saying to yourself, why is this an issue? Right? Why is this an issue? It's an issue because there is a group which you

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Is the Mirtha Zilla who denying that heaven and hell are actually created. They say they will be created later, but they're not created now.

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They will be created later. Right but not now. They don't exist now. So they see that the monitor Zillow and the mortar Zillow overuse their heads. You see to the Mirtha Zillow so what why are you saying this? Because the Quran kind of doesn't support you that hadith don't support you. Why are you saying this? They're saying, okay, Heaven and Hell, if they are if they do exist now if you use as you tell us, Allah as it will created them a long time ago, right a long time ago, and no one is in heaven, and no one is in hell. This then their creation is futile, serves no purpose for 1000s and 1000s of years. So this is like play above a quality play, and Allah azza wa jal will do things

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that are wise. So if he created them, and there's no one inside means that they're vacant, it means that they are not serving no purpose. So that's why we say that that cannot be so they must exist later.

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And as you may realize, they're overthinking the whole thing and missing a whole lot of a hadith. And a lot of ideas from the Quran that testify against them. And it's not as they say, it's not as they say.

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What's important, first of all, to realize is that don't use your head don't use your brain in opposition to the Quran and Sunnah. And the Moto Zilla, use them so much, that they began to obligate things on Allah xojo, Allah must do this. And Allah cannot do that, based on what our thinking that if our thinking is, this is wise. This is just Allah must do this. And this is unfair, Allah cannot do that. So they did started to dictate based on their heads, what is possible for Allah to do and what not. This includes the creation of heaven and hell. So the Hadith that Rahim Allah here is quoting is that it tells you that the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam saw heaven and

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went inside. So what did you look into? And what did he Where did he go into unless something that is already created? And there's another Hadith when the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam where he was saying that when Allah created heaven, he told Gibreel go and look at it. When he created hell, he said to we'll go and look at it, right. So he's looking at what something that was created, right.

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So, and their point, their point of

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the vacant and you know, no one is inside, etcetera, etcetera, right. The the prophets, Allah Sydenham, there's a couple of a hadith there.

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The one is about the Shaheed, the martyrs, where he said at a Salatu was Salam that they will be inside green birds in heaven flying wherever they wanted.

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And for the believers, for the believers, this is in addition to the shahada for all the other believers who will be in Jannah, that their souls will be inside birds, who will be nesting or sitting on trees in Jannah. Eating from them, so meaning every believer is going to go to Jannah Allah azza wa jal will honor him by being inside a bird on a tree in Jannah.

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Right, and the world of a laborer or a bursa is ripe? Because you've asked me all are they in heaven? Are they in the grave? Are they here? Are they there? This is this is what we claim, we have a connection to their graves, and they have a connection to gender, but this just to illustrate that is gender vacant as they thought, no, and then hold ame where are they

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in Ghana? Right now? Right? So they are inhabitants of Jana.

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But they because of their lack of knowledge in Hadith, and especially Hadith, because the Quran and the Quran you know, Quran a lot of times is general

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a lot of times the eyes are general. So you may get it, you may miss it.

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The detail comes through the explanation what is the best explanation of the Quran is the Sunnah, the Sunnah as detailed, as soon as very specific. I saw this I saw that do this and do that. When you take this sunnah and you have knowledge of the Sunnah you will have a best interpretation of the Quran. When you don't know the Sunnah the Quran could mean a lot of things for you, and especially if you start using your head.

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So when it comes to agenda when not in addition to what the Muhammad Rahim Allah had mentioned, we believe that they are created and one of them is that place where Allah azza wa jal will be merciful with the believers. Hellfire is the word Allah is going to punish the disbelievers

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We believe that the resurrection will take place both in body and soul.

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And the entry into Jana, and Jahannam Heaven or Hell will be in body and soul. Because some

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in the past, and maybe some in the present as well had believed that the resurrection is in sold but not in body.

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Right? Resurrection is only in soul but not in body. So when people are going to be resurrected, only souls and the souls will be blessed or punished, bodies know

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that you tell them Well, what did what do you do with all these ideas about people in general eating and drinking? Right, and enjoying physical pleasures in Jannah? Right? They say this isn't a metaphor. All that is, is a metaphor, right is symbolic language, just to indicate that they are being blessed just to entice those who are not as sublime not as smart as we are to understand that is only the soul and not the body. Right? And those who say that are like the philosophers, philosophers Don't think because to them, a bodily resurrection is a base type of joy. Is it? How could you, you know, how could you think that heaven could be about eating and drinking and being

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intimate? And well, how could you do that? Where as the most sublime form of blessing is one that touches the soul? All right. Well, we say first of all, you submit to Allah in what he said, and you submit to the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. So if resurrection is body and so it's body and soul, who are you to object and say, No, it should be only in Salah now body? Why are you injecting your own mind and your own preferences in it? That's not your place. Second of all, we say it's only just that that's the case. Now, in the dunya, when you're struggling and you're struggling only in spirit, or in body and spirit,

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body and spirit when you are fasting, is it only the soul that's fasting or the body as well? When you deny the body, a haram that it likes? Does it does that not hurt? That deprivation, you say you can't drink this, you can eat that. That hurts. The isn't it justice that that body gets rewarded as well

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as just the body that suffers, especially those who sacrifice their body for Allah azza wa jal they get injured. For the sake of Allah azza wa jal or part of their bodies get cut. For the sake of Allah Allah isn't it only just for that body to be blessed, and not only the soul? And so in Islam, we don't believe that there is this opposition and clash between body and soul and soul and body, and that the body is based and the soul is high, or the soul is from the heavens and the body is from the earth and they're always always clashing we say both form a unit.

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And the body desires, desires, what is bad for it, and the soul desires what it's bad for it, both of them, and the soul must struggle and the body of a struggle, and you can't really detach them. So the resurrections and the entry of heaven the entry in hell, as multiple other a hadith will say that is happens in both body and in spirit.

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And the last thing insha Allah and by that inshallah inshallah we will be concluding the book between Allah azza wa jal and he said woman met him in a little clip let him widen your salary he will you stuck for hula hoe a said if a person from Allah will Kibler what will come let me explain what that means those who face the Qibla meaning that they are Muslims. He dies more hidden meaning onto hate, then you will pray for him meaning janazah and ask forgiveness for him while your job or unholy still far you do not deny him is too far. What are two Turaco Salah to Allah He did them been as never who saw the urine Kana okay Vera, and you don't leave Salah salatu janazah proved to be

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performed for him for a sin that he had made whether this is a minor sin or a major sin, a murderer who it Allah He to Allah his affair belongs to Allah in where does he end up who he really is. That is up to Allah as well but he says we are here judging by what we see by what is apparent. So if a person from animal Qibla so he's a Muslim, so that includes them hope that they are the innovators as long as that person is a Muslim, so includes them up there as well. You say if they die onto hate, okay, how do I know that they've died on to hate because they've died Muslims.

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I don't have to witness that the law

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thing that they've said is La ilaha illAllah. Right? He lived as Muslim died as a Muslim, right? This is how it happens, right? Who is he a Muslim? How do you know? Salam Alikum walaikum salam he said salam to me I saw him pray in the masjid right that's it that's it that you know by that that he's a Muslim you don't need to investigate you don't need to interrogate Oh How are you muslim? When did you accept Islam? What do you know about this? What do you how do we how do you know you just accept someone's appearance? He looks like a Muslim she was hijab Muslim. That's it right? If there's a need to investigate in particular cases that's different. That's different. But otherwise

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the accept everybody as they are if they are Muslim, so more Haider. So when that happens, you Salah Allah he will you stuck for Hula, hula, hula and holistic firewalla to trickle Salah to Allah He so if he is sinful.

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Okay, so we already said that if he's an update here and innovator but still a Muslim, you still need to pray janazah right, because praying janazah is fuddled on the key failure on the collective. So a community somebody dies who's a Muslim, somebody has to pray janazah for that person, if they do the rest don't have to, but somebody has to and if they don't, if we don't, then all of us we become responsible, because that's a fault someone has to do it. So, innovator, yes, you pray that you a person that committed is known to have committed a major sin, known to be drinks alcohol, knows you know to be he smokes, takes drugs or sells drugs or buys drugs, Gamble's this and that

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major sins known major sins. Do we pray Janessa for the person? Yes, we do. Yes, we do. Why? Because he is still what? A Muslim. We don't know him to be otherwise. So he is still is a Muslim. Okay.

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So a minor sin or a major sin. He is Muslim, and in the Salah, you're asking Allah azza wa jal, you're interceding you're asking Allah to forgive him. So then you can say yeah, ALLAH forgive him later. Allah forgive him yet Allah put him in Gemini, Allah save him from hellfire. Yalla yalla yalla Yalla. Why? Because this is Shiva. And you're hoping from Allah as the trip to accept it. So as long as the person is a Muslim, he deserves your intercession. He deserves that Salah and he deserves you're so far, you don't take it away from him. And as I said, you don't need to interrogate and you don't need to investigate. So there are some people and I'm not talking about

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anybody who I know today. But there are some people who could be or think that it is piety to be cautious. So if someone had died you say for instance, okay, well did he pray? Did he used to fast did he believe in this? Did he believe in that? This is really not your job to investigate? Unless something surfaces about him that could cause you to doubt whether he's Muslim or not, unless that happens, you don't investigate it.

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If something surfaces Oh, he may have been below me I belong to a sect and that sect they have shaken disbelieve in Allah and this this this, then he can investigate to know whether you can pray Janessa or not, whether he's worthy of it or not, if it surfaces, but if not leave it as is lamb radova hurry, all right, leave it as is and you do not investigate it. Right.

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And he says here, and before we go Umbro illallah heeta Allah, He says, No, let's add to it. He says you don't leave Salah for him. Except except in cases they said except in cases where the Imam may be encouraged to not free the Janaza the Imam

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they still the others which still pray janazah for him, but not the Imam whether the Imam is the leader, the Khalifa or the Imam of the masjid or what have you, again to deter people. So at the time, Rasulullah sallallahu wasallam they brought somebody to pray janazah and they told him that he killed himself he did not lead the salah.

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The person killed himself, he did not leave the salon. He says you pray for him. Right? Another guy they brought him you know for a janazah and he says I will not gonna I'm not gonna pray because he stole balloon he stole from the spoils of war. So he says you pray for him. And initially the prophets a lot. He was Hillam when somebody would be brought for a janazah here asked, does he have a debt or not?

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So they said, he has a debt. He says Solu Ali, he says you pray for him.

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Later on when Allah azza wa jal enrich the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam. He said if somebody is robbed and has a debt, and he has no money

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To pay I'll pay I'll confess I'll carry that debt on his behalf. Right?

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The say about the debt, why is it that the prophets Allah Selim would do this? And why is it that he would do this with people who have killed themselves or people who had still, though he would commend the rest of Frey is to deter other people from committing these sins. Like if you were to know that if you do this,

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the Prophet alayhi salatu salam will not lead the salah janazah for you, that be devastating, resonant. Like if you die at that time, you would wish the Prophet alayhi salatu salam would be the one who was praying Janaza asking Allah to forgive you, who is better to lead the salah. But if you know that if you kill yourself he won't

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you really think about that? Or if you steal he won't you really think about that. Or if you take a debt now, why did he emphasize that Alayhi Salatu was Salam. Because it is serious. It involves people's rights, especially if you take a debt, and you don't intend to pay it back.

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Right? If you borrow money, and you postpone payments,

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so the prophets Allah, Allah wa salam wanted to make people know that it is a grave sin when you do this. And later on, as we said, Alia Salatu was Salam when he had the money or had the means to cover that debt. He'd say, if he doesn't, I'll do it. I'll carry that debt on his behalf. And he will pray janazah for that person. So that should also tell you, that should also tell you that if you don't need to borrow money, don't write. If you don't need to borrow money, do not borrow money, and if you're in debt, pay it as much or as soon as you can. So it does not stand between you and Jana.

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Right. Because for some people, that will be the thing that is stopping them from Jannah until that debt is paid. We can exclude from that those who borrow money and want to pay it back. And they are trying but they are too poor to do so. mean Allah, Allah, Allah knows that they have an excuse.

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And someone who borrows money and he wants to pay it back, Allah will assist them.

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Right? So there's a difference between the two those who want to pay, and those who, despite that they cannot versus those who have the money, but they fail to do so. So the Prophet SAW Selim wanted to do that. So the scholars of Islam have said, well, the actions of the Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam could be beneficial till today. So an imam of the masjid, if he knows that so and so have committed certain crimes, and he wants to teach people a lesson he will say if a person commits this crime or that sin, and it's public, I will not prejudge as if with him. I'll let the rest pray. But I will not. If he thinks that that will teach people a lesson. So people outside the masjid will

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say, Oh, you know what, in this masjid, if they know that you're doing this and that the major people are not going to pray for you. So that helps them avoid that sin. Right? So whenever it's found to be beneficial, right, and that's up to the Imam to decide but whenever it's found to be beneficial, the Imam could follow with the Prophet sallahu wa salam used to do right.

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The last thing he said here, Rahim, Allah M Rojas, il Allah heeta. Allah, his affair, or his destiny is up to Allah azza wa jal, meaning after you pray for him. And after you make all of that a DUA, as we explained before, you do not know where a person is going to end. Is he in Jannah? is in jahannam? Is he punished for us and then we'll go to Jana, this is all hype for us. So you pray for him and you leave that to Allah azza wa jal so you don't transgress with your testimony by saying that people are in heaven, while you do not know or people are in hellfire, while Allah did not allow you to speak like that. So it um Rahu in Allah He data you wish the best for them. And you

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fear the worst, but you're hopeful if a person dies as a Muslim, right? So this hamdulillah now concludes the book that finishes the book. And it's important insha Allah just is as conclusion for the series that we have discussed, is to understand in sha Allah, that

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al Qaeda, I mean, and the importance of al Qaeda

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is based on the fact that if you do not know what you believe, you're not going to be able to practice that it's important to understand right from wrong and it's from the authentic sources are key they should come from the Quran from the Sunnah. And as he explains or himolla from the statements of the Sahaba from the consensus of the Sahaba and from their actions. So I think it is important in terms of learning what it is, and learning it in detail and learning what is

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wrong as well. But after the on its own right? I'll tell you the on its own

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is not going to help you unless you take it into application as well. He say how, how does this help me? Live better behave better? How do I practice? What do I have learned? So if you know, for instance, that heaven and hell are created right now, they are present right now, that makes them so much closer to you. And the thing that is standing between you and seeing that's that's one evidence also that we did not explain that when you are in the grave, you will be able to see your place in Jannah, the only thing that is standing between you and that are just few breaths that you're taking at this moment that if Allah decides, you're going to die, and you'd be buried in few hours, you

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will be witnessing a house in Jannah, or a house in hellfire. That's, that's what it means. So Al Qaeda is not so only cerebro. Meaning I only will think I only will know, but Al Qaeda is something that you believe.

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And if Al Qaeda is not protected with practice, that is if you don't pray, if you don't fast, if you don't read the Quran, your knowledge is not going to save you.

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Because if your Eman is weak in in time, you will doubt even the things that you thought were certain.

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Because the man is not strong enough to fight the Shubho had to fight the doubts, to fight the whispers of the shaytaan to find the pressure of society around you and those who cast doubt at what you believe. So the overall aim and the strength of iman comes from both what knowledge and action.

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So knowledge at Hamdulillah we did some of it. We did some of it. But you need to take all of that and apply it and apply it in terms of how is this relevant for me? How does it change my behavior? How is it that when we discuss that the Sahaba or the Allah and Omar the best of generation? How do I make the my example more than anybody else? So my example would be the Sahaba the Hola, LaShawn Mubasher rule and the people of better Abdullah Heppner, Omar Abdul Abbas so on. So if they are your example, they are your companions. Right? They are the people that you learn from the people that inspire you, the people that teach you the people that you want to be as, as be like, they become

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your teachers and your models and your example. So that's what it means not simply a statement where you says, The Sahaba are the best of generation and then you don't live like that. The Sahaba need to actually be the best of generation. Right? So and when we said also something about submitting to Allah as origin, in His judgment, submitting to Allah azza wa jal in his command submitting to the Hadith, even if we don't understand it, it means elevating the book of Allah in ways elevating the Hadith of the Prophet sallallahu wasallam in ways that they are beyond doubt,

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at how do they become beyond doubt if I don't have a firm belief, if I don't have a commitment to them, and I am not close to them. So when you close to the Quran, and you understand it, it becomes dear to you and solidly established in your heart. The same thing with the Hadith of the prophets a lot he was inland, but if you're distant, that's not going to happen.

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So I need to submit to them. I need to understand them. But I need to also apply them. And then when you apply your Eman will be strong.

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And when your Eman is strong, then your Aqeedah is strong. So I don't want us to think of al Qaeda as things we memorize.

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Or things we listen to, but it has no connection to our behavior. No in fact, Akita as our theta is Iman Akita as Arpita is a club or manners and character, athlete as athlete, it is also your behavior with your brother, and behavior with your sister, and behavior with your wife and your children are all stems in fact, from having the proper athlete, right. So say how is that it says, isn't it part of your Arcada the rights of Muslims? Right? The rights of the believers is in this part of athlete as well, that you have on you, and you have towards them. That's part of athlete as well, isn't your o'clock, which is the clock that you were supposed to have the clock of Rasulullah

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sallallahu Sallam is this also not part of our period, that he had been behaved this way and that way and this is how we are supposed to behave that all of this when you take it, its roots are in belief and roots are in Iman. So you have to be a complete Muslim who believes these things and takes them into practice. So handy little bit and I mean, this is the conclusion of it. And I hope insha Allah that we have found it useful, beneficial and may Allah

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xuejun Give us the proper understanding of what we have heard, and the proper application of it. And the ability to teach it to others and spread this knowledge so that we know what to believe and what not and how to behave, and how to we will be pleasing to Allah azza wa jal upon the son of his messenger Allah His Salatu was Salam. Finally, insha Allah, I have not yet settled on what we will be doing next Insha Allah, but we're going to meet and we will be we will be meeting Inshallah, next week in sha Allah, I'll just announce it on telegram first and for the rest of you, I think you're going to be surprised maybe by next week, inshallah. So and if I if you have ideas, if you have

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recommendations, let me know in sha Allah. Let's take insha Allah have a few minutes for questions if you have any.

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Some rules to follow

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because the

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others who are calling

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those similar rules acting like

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killing

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called them

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tend to do. So what do we call the ephah? Napoli, the leaders of the quarter Muslim well, but some

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stuff

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in the wealth that I'm aware of, I think I gave the most letters whenever you're from some.

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No, no. So he's saying he's, the brother is asking. He says there will be people who call themselves different designations, but he brought one which is secular Muslims. So I'm a secular Muslim, and what have you. And he's saying that they may have serious reservations or objections to the Shetty and this and that, and he says, Well, what do we call those people? Well, I mean, first of all, it's very hard to have a general designation because that's a very wide big group. And you don't know if a person who calls himself a secular Muslim, understands really what he is saying and understand really the consequences of what he is saying. So we're saying first of all, that some of the things

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right that you referred to here are really serious. So if somebody says the Sharia is not good, it's not complete. It's not fit. It can't be applied. Then you're accusing the book of Allah azza wa jal of being what outdated and using the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu Sallam for being irrelevant. And if that's the case, that statement, okay, I'm not judging the person. And I hope we understand the difference between the two, the statement is disbelief, and Allah has origin when you say this is outdated, does not need to be applied. The Sharia is flawed or weak or what have you. The hadith is irrelevant. This is a statement of disbelief. But we're not judging the person to be a

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disbeliever. Because we really need to see what that person knows and what he does not know and establish proof against him and this and this and this. And when that happens, that person can be judged as a believer or disbelieve or a person with doubts or what have you. But it's serious enough to say that doubting impugning the Sharia of Allah azza wa jal is not an easy thing. It's not a statement that you could just say and think that it can be casually uttered. This is really serious and this tells you that and when you say when you say to some people that this this is like that statement is disbelief in Allah azza wa jal, you have other Muslims fighting you and telling you how

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come and he calls himself Muslim, and he says this and he says that it doesn't really matter. First of all, I'm not judging this person yet. But the statement is really serious. And you can tamper with Allah's religion and think that you're going to be unscathed, that is not going to take away your Islam. You cannot go and reject a head of punishment in Islam by saying this is cruel. I like Raj moose. Zanni. Muslim, right Stoney, the adulterer, you say this is cruel. The Who are you describing when you say this is cruel? You're talking about Allah azza wa jal, you're talking about the prophets of your sin. You can say this and think that that is going to leave your Eman intact.

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Yeah, you should be taught you should this should be discussed with you before a person declares you this or that but it's really serious and it tells you

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What I wanted to say is with tells you that the level of ignorance that we generally are living in that we don't detect these things as disbelief as serious offenses against Allah and His His Prophet Alayhi Salatu was Salam and that's why we are in this confusion and mess that we're in. Because if we all knew, right from wrong, Iman from Cofer Eman from hypocrisy, then it'd be easier. But because it's all a mix up, because we don't know. And we rush and say no, no, it's okay. No, no, it's fine. No, he's still Muslim. When we do that, then the water is muddied. So there are a lot of fake Jonnie, I would not recommend

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anyone to call themselves a secular Muslim because you don't understand what that means. Right? Leave these designation innovative designations. And if you have issues reservations, questions about the Sharia, make sure that you consult someone who knows what they're saying. And let them answer your doubts and let them answer your questions right

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okay, so

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so they're killing Muslims because these Muslims are asking for Islam and asking for the Sharia right? They're the least of it, the least of it is that this is a grave major sin the least of it, right? The higher designation of them being too far or what have you, we'll leave it to the scholars right of of those lands because they know them better, right? You can't be such sitting at a such a great distance from them and say they are this SunRail that were too trivial right for us to actually matter in that in that affair. But for those who are living there, and they know them and they witness all of this firsthand, they will judge them and say yes, evidence had been established

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against them or not, but at least have it is that when you're killing someone who's saying that Eli, Allah, Allah and He wants that, this is a this is a major sin and they will be asked about that. I don't think that they will escape Allah's judgment.

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Any other questions we have

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last chance for this book? That's it.

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And once once it's gone, it's gone.

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So we're good.

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Play Fair in Charlotte de Bourgh Allah have you come Subhanak along the hem dig a shadow alive I forgot to record hamdulillah beloved Amin Soleimani Rahmatullah.