Are the Jinn Real?

Asim Khan


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An informative yet capturing lecture exploring the world of Jinn based on the Quran and Sunnah

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present sisters Welcome to this three part course on the topic of the jinn, black magic and the evil eye. Somebody may ask, what is the benefit of studying the jinn kind? What is the benefit behind that? Well, the way I see it, there's two main benefits behind this course. The first is that this course studying the world of the gene is almost like an exploration of some of the creation of Allah. And it's kind of like watching a documentary, for those of you that have been watching the planet earth or the the recent Planet Earth two series. What happens when you see those amazing creatures you find out about the way they live the way they interact with one another you are, you

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are in all of the beauty of Allah's creation. And by watching those types of documentaries that are exploring the creation of Allah, you become more in awe of larger Laila himself, do you not do not say Han alone, you see those amazing things on TV? Yes, we do. In the same way, by studying the world of the jinn, in a way we can appreciate the greatness of a lot. Such what we will call supernatural creatures that are able to do things beyond human capability. We see in that aside from Allah, of his greatness, of his beauty of his wisdom of his knowledge, so on and so forth. This is one of the benefits of studying this to appreciate the greatness of Allah subhanaw taala. Secondly,

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in order to correct many misconceptions,

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for some Muslims, they have a very irrational fear of the jinn can't Is that true or not? Some people have a phobia of the jinn they are extremely scared of them and one of the things we will learn about is that according to the early Muslims, the jinn kind were a scared of human beings as human beings were of the gym kind. In fact, some of the scholars like Eric crema from the terrain said that the jinn are even more scared of the human beings than the human beings were of the jinn is kind of like the spider human situation you know.

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Some people are so scared of spiders but the people that know about spiders say listen bro spiders more scared of you than the than you are of them. So, by learning about this inshallah I hope to do is dispel some of these misconceptions also. Some human beings, some people, they try to interact with the jinn in an evil way to do what we call black magic. And this is almost what we will learn inshallah, this is the type of copper if not pure copper. Yeah, the way the magician interacts with the jinn in order to try and take advantage of people and to make money out to people. This relationship between a human being and jinn in this way, is a relationship of disbelief and of

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polytheism So, these are some of the benefits inshallah of studying this course we ask a lot of make you have huge benefit to us. And ask us to ask Allah to make us understand it so that we can go away and teach our friends and family inshallah, what we learn is Oh, I mean, I mean, the verses that we read are from certain

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sort of philosophy. essays were in seraphina la Cana for Amina Jin and when we diverted a group of Jin towards you to listen to the Koran, when when they weren't a shot of it, they said be quiet and listen, when it was over. They went back to their people warning them and they said to them, pouya almoner, they said our people, we have heard a book which wheat was sent down after Moosa, confirming that before it guiding to the truth, and to a straight path.

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This is a story which took place in life of the professor.

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Why'd you sell them. And what happened is that

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the process alone went to visit the people or five in order to call them to Islam. And what happened was a tragedy, he was rejected in a very brutal way, you know the story better than I, in fact, the the wife of the person shall not be allowed. And she would ask for asylum later on, what was the most difficult incident in your life? Was it the Battle of pocket, because in the battle, or had many Muslims they died as martyrs on that day 70. But the promises seldom explained that in fact, it was not the Battle of butchered. Rather, it was the trip to life. And he said, paraphrasing, that when I went to call the people of five, they rejected me and then I found myself in the courtyard of

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some pushy person outside of bife. And they are I was visited by the NGO gibreel. And he said to me, I have with me the angel of the mountains, and if you wish they can crush them. And he said, rather, from the offspring, perhaps will come people that would worship Allah, and so he refused that open invitation to destroy those people. And so the triple five was the most difficult incident in the life of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. Now what happened is that as he was leaving

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commenting on this surah he said that the incident was with one person does anyone know the person that he took with him to die? By the way these are sweets are supposed to be for people? Not for me, it's anyone's emotion other shakers to have chocolates. Okay, does anyone know the answer this question Who was it that a company company the process and supply of kiss

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is a wonderful name

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Masha Allah you're gonna catch

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a lot Allah.

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Masha Allah.

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And so the person who stopped at a place called nephila the word of nephila, the Valley of nephila somewhere in between by Makkah, and they are he prayed their initial Salah is later night, completely dark. And while suffering Asia. In seraphina, la Cana for Amina Jin Allah said we diverted a group of jinn Some said they were around seven Some said nine to cross paths with the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. And what they what they what they did is that they ended up passing by him whilst he was reading Koran out aloud. I always think to myself how amazing must have been to hear the person recite the Quran panela how we, you know, we enjoy the color of the amounts

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of the harem, and so on and so forth. But imagine listening to the recitation of the professor Sam, so they heard his recitation, and they became mesmerized. Yeah, mesmerized literally Allah says, when one of them heard what was being said, he said, answer to your answer to means Be quiet and listen, be quiet and listen. So he said to the group of jellison stop talking and listen to what this man is saying. In another place in Surah Jin caribou yo coonawarra li li Baba, in Surah Jin, Allah described this further and said that they were almost about to fall on top of him. The word limit is us, which means that they were tiptoeing on top of each other to look over each other's

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shoulders to get a better listening to what he was reciting.

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And so when they did that, they became mesmerized by the Koran. And furthermore, how about who called on say to fella called the one low Illa call me moody. They heard, they believes and they went back to their people as Warner's. This just pause and reflect it. It didn't say they listened and they believed it said they listened and they went back to the people as dance. It's like someone coming to one cause as a non Muslim, here's the lecture and says, You know what, not only am I Muslim, but I'm gonna go back to my people and call them to Islam as well. That is the effect that listening to the Quran had on those jinn. And so they went back to the people that said, Dr.

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Coleman, our people we have heard an amazing quote on in a seminar Koran and algebra is what Allah described in Salta Jin, they say literally, we heard an amazing quote.

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And they said also, interestingly, this book, which we heard on Zilla mean bad the Musa Musa De Lima Bay in a day

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that this book has been sent down after Musa alayhis salam confirming that which was after it, meaning that this Quran is confirming that which is mentioned in the book of masala Salaam. Yeah, it'll help. What ila 32 Mr. P.

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And it confirms the truth and it guides to the straight path. Now what is the benefit to

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sharing the story first and foremost with you all. The first benefit that we learn from this is that the belief in the jinn kind is a must for every single Muslim, those who deny the existence of jinn.

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According to some scholars have done Kufa have disbelieved. Why? Because the verses of the Quran and the Hadith are so clear about the existence of jinn, he'd been telling me, I'm allowed to say that there is no there was not even a single set from the Muslim sects who ever denied the existence of jinn. And then he went further and said, even the people of other faiths, like the Jews and the Christians, they also believe in the jinn. Or he said, the majority of those people believe in the existence of the jinn. Now here just add a qualification. There's a difference between saying belief in the existence of jinn and the belief in the existence of black magic, and Gene position. There's

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a difference for people who deny a black magic and the position of jinn. They are the scholars are not as explicit in saying this person is making Kufa rather, there is a little bit more leeway in that opinion, or in that room. inshallah we'll cover that next week, because that's what we hope to do. This lesson in Sharla is about the gym kind. Next week is about black magic, and the after it will be about the evil eye and inshallah ways of protecting ourselves from these things in Sharla. So this is one listen.

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You cannot deny the existence of jinn. In fact, just reflecting on what you've been saying, when I when I said about other faiths believing in it as well. That is something we can appreciate. Even in our times we know that Christians, for example, they have what they call demonology, the belief in demons.

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You have for example, in Jews, the Jews, Jews believe in evil spirits. Hindus believe in you know, existence of spirits and these type of things. Well, this idea of ghosts and even in the 21st century, we have this idea of another species that lives in a parallel universe to human beings, people make films about them know, for example, x men, what is x men about? Is that not about a different species living alongside human beings in a parallel universe? And obviously, you think he wants to x men I don't even know he's talking about. But if you happen to know about x men, then you wouldn't know.

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So even in the 21st century, the idea of jinn, yeah, though, they may use different words, is there a What does that show it shows that, to be honest, it is well known as fact, it's a well known fact, though people differ as to what they call it. It is known that there is something that exists alongside of us, okay. Now.

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As for Islam, the details of that belief are stipulated by the Quran and Sunnah. What does it mean to believe in the jinn? What is the origins of the jinn?

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What is the behavior like what is the interaction human beings and so on and so forth, all of that has been told to us in the Quran. So in some detail, you'll be quite surprised into how much detail we can go into, for example, this story about the jinn visiting the province of Saddam. Even from that we can derive a number of things. One of the things we can derive is that the jinn they can see human beings isn't four they just said though, in de semana Khurana algebra we heard

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an amazing quote on who was reciting the Quran, a human being the process of them. Yeah, so even from that story, we can derive the fact that he jinns can see and hear human beings. Though the Quran says a human beings cannot see or hear jinn kind in general.

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Another lesson we can learn from that is the fact that they said yeah, all mana our people when they went back to the nation, they said, Oh our people. Now when do people refer to each other as our people when they are different ethnicities and races? Isn't it on the Pakistani see the books I say? All my people because right is it oh my people why? Because they are different to one another, right? In the same way. Some people said that genes, they are of different ethnicities, different races, and something that can be derived from the verse. Also, what we learned from this is the fact that they said it was sent down or after the Prophet Moses released them, that the genes they follow

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the religion of people, not the other way around. So what that's going to say is that the fact that they said this Quran was revealed after the after Mosul, Islam shows that perhaps those jinn who they were speaking to

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You were what religion

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for anybody they would use following the Torah musala Islam. And so they knew and understood that actually this is another prophet coming after Musa de saddam and that is the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So you can see now you can drive so many points from the stories and the things mentioned in the Koran.

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Now, this topic in general about the jinn it is to do with the unseen. It is something that we are taught about, through the Quran and Sunnah.

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It is something we've not experienced with our senses, nor it is something that we could investigate and find a pilot, generally speaking, however, we know that a lot told us in the court on that one of the greatest characteristics of believers is what Allah Dena, you may know and believe. And the first thing I mentioned, I believe is in the Koran is what those that believe in the unseen. So for a legend, Allah, belief in the unseen because Allah told us about it is one of the greatest characteristics of believers. So May Allah make us of those who have strong conviction in those matters of the unseen meaning. I mean,

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one question that we have, what about we said the Quran and Sunnah teaches about genes? What about experience human experience with the jinn or stories, what they call a folklore? What role does that have to play in our understanding of the gin? You know, we heard many stories growing up about the gin. Like in some of the stories we heard about what the gerelds anyone heard of the Charles? Yeah, the backwood the the gin with the backward feet. Anyone heard about this?

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Yeah, the sheep that was on the back of the bike and then turned to human being later on all these type of stories you hear about that? You think this? What do you make of those stories? Is it true? Is it false? What should I should I believe them? Should I reject them? Here we say that, as for human experience, that which is in line with a general Islamic teachings could be accepted as adding more detail. As for that, which totally goes against Islamic teachings, and it is rejected? For example, white magic, has anyone heard of white magic? before? You had a black buddy? What are white magic?

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So much to learn? Isn't that

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what magic is? Some people believe that if someone is afflicted by a gene possessing them, and they can call on another gene, who's a friendly gene, you know, like Casper? No, No, I'm just kidding. A friendly gene, who they can call upon to help them against the evil gene.

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Now you're thinking sounds interesting, yeah, maybe, maybe it could work. This idea will see a totally goes against Islamic teachings, in that a person will have to call out to this friendly jinn. And the idea of make, according to the gym kind, in and of itself is an Islamic How then could there be such a concept of white magic? Do you see? So in conclusion, human experience has a role to play but is limited, and it is confined within the Islamic guidance. Yeah. And I came across, for example.

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many stories gonna come out now.

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There was a film made recently, I think, called Emily Rose. Yeah, that is not a story based on true story of a lady, a young lady called Emily's Michelle, who was born in Germany in 1950s. Now, this young girl, she was supposed to be possessed, okay, and she lived in like,

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basically, in the sticks, faces not around many people. And her family were very religious. And they said that she became possessed. And they recorded her speaking Latin, fluent Latin. Okay. And even though the only language you knew was German, nobody else in the family knew Latin. Now, somebody may see this and say, Look, this is video recording of a young girl speaking Latin, which is impossible for her to have done. What do Muslims say about this? What we would say is that it's possible. It's possible because one of the things to say about the gym kind is that the Djinn learn the language of human beings. Yeah, also, some of the scholars say, and this is just speculation now

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is that genes they live for longer than human beings. The lifespan of a jinn, they said is longer than the lifespan of human beings. So it is possible that this girl became possessed by a gene who was old enough to have heard the language of people who speak Latin, or perhaps he possessed a person who went to a private school and learned Latin recently.

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Some region college or something, I don't know. You get the idea right. So it is possible Muslims would not would not would not just reject it straight away. It is

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It is possible and almost father knows best. Now, being a bit more academic about this.

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The word gene,

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what is the linguistic meaning of the word gene? Very interesting. The word gene comes from root letters of gene gene known known as a double noon here, gin. And originally the original meaning of the word gin is something that is invisible and hidden. So you see the words that are derived from this root have that same connotation for example. What did the Arabs call the fetus?

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in the womb of the mother What do they call the fetus in the womb of mother?

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Anyone know?

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But we're looking at the word Jinnah.

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No Nanos. Chocolate right here.

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Jeannine or Jenny, the word Jenny prefers the fetus. Why? Because it is something hidden. It is something that is hidden.

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The word for Paradise is what?

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Jana why they said because Paradise is in shrouded with luscious trees which hides that which was which is inside of it Yeah. Or tall walls or tall trees that makes what is inside of it hidden from the people male lawmakers people of Paradise I mean

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other words like this are what is the insane person called

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insane person called

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Moses doing too many of you got that right Mashallah. Much noon, same route Jin, why because the person who is much known insane his mind has become covered up. Yeah, it's become messed up is become covered up in that way. So, this is how that linguistically you know, the word gender the connotations he has now as for the Islamic meaning of jinn is basically three elements to the meaning of the species.

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The first is that refers to species that are hidden and invisible.

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Thirdly, to a species that have choice,

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some people like to see free will. However, my understanding is that the word free will, it is slightly problematic. When you say human beings have a free will. People can misunderstand it to mean you determine your fate. And that is right and wrong, both right and wrong. At the same time. I don't want to get into the discussion but it seems more accurate to say they have been given a choice between doing right and wrong just like human beings have a choice of doing right and wrong. Thirdly, they are Mukunda meaning they are responsible and liable for the actions. Now who can tell me what three words

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what were the three The first one was what? The hidden second? invisible

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and free with Marsha lots of work? Is this a second?

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This is second one. Okay.

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Hello hookah? Mashallah. Mashallah the youth are taking away the sweet spot.

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What's the proof of this? Well, first of all, describes the police

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and the gym in general by saying in New York, who are Kabila, whom in high school latona, Allah says, indeed, him and his tribe see you from a place that you can't see them. Indeed, him and his tribe see you for a place that you can't see them. What does that mean? It means that the jinn in general, they can see us they can witness what we do, but we can't do the same. We cannot see them generally speaking, nor can we witness and I hear some scholars they say, you know that the process of said that sometimes the jinn can come in the form of a snake or a black dog, okay. But even in that case, we see that the gene are taking the form of something else, it is not in their original

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So this is one thing they are invisible. The other thing is that they are they have a choice, and they have a choice and they are responsible. They are they are responsible. What is the proof of this in sort of the gin?

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The gin themselves in that Midna sila hona, Amina, do another lick. The gin themselves, they say for monsters are those that are righteous, and some which are less than righteous. Meaning Some of us are Muslim. And some of us are non Muslim. Some of us are good, some are bad. Yeah. And we know that Allah subhanho wa Taala

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Jin will insert INSA Illa Leah boon that we never created the gin or man except to what worship me switch

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What they are responsible at the end of the day, they have to make the right decisions to worship Allah subhanho wa Taala just like human beings have to as well.

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Okay? The creation of the jinn. How are the jinn created? A lot of powder says in the Quran, one john Hakuna hoomin Papa luminaries moon and another place wahala panna Jana me marry me now me marry Jimmy now, in the first verse Allah says and the jinns. Now the word, these three words that can be referred to the species. The first is Jin, which refers to this the species itself. Then one gene is called a genie. And by the way, the word Genie, they said it comes from the word Genie. Then the plural of the word gin is john. Here, john, with the noon with the shutdown it Allah says, well, john, ie the djinns holla, Aparna hoomin. We created them before him, meaning administer them from

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NASA moon, from a fire that is Sun Moon. Now what does the moon mean? There's two main opinions. The first opinion is that it refers to a fatally hot breeze. You know, sometimes you open up if you it'll be near like an oven, or a furnace. When you open it up, a gush of water comes out, and if you're too close, it can burn you. This is one interpretation from a fire that is made from a fakie hot breeze. The second interpretation of an abacus or the alotta Anima said

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it is a fire that has no smoke to it. A fire that doesn't give of ashes or smoke or any odors anything like this. It is smokeless. And then he said I saw takuna Minho that the lightning bolt is born from this type of fire. Here the lightning bolt is born from the sump and obviously lightning. When you see a strike, there's no smoke that comes out of it. Yeah, this is the idea. Another place the last part is wahala called Jana Minh marriage in Mindanao and recreated the gins from a marriage. Now from a fusion of fire. What is the fusion of fire refer to epner boss explain that it refers to the tip of the flame. We're all different shades of the flame like the amber, the yellow,

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the red come together. Now those of you who used to do science, and the science lab used to have a Bunsen burner right? remember those days, the Bunsen burner days. So you have the bonds of a new light and then you can twist the top of it isn't it until it becomes more refined and hotter. And at the tip of the Bunsen of the flame of the Bunsen burner. It is basically a combination of all the different flames that reach up to that point. Yeah, this is Malala my understanding of what happened Airbus explaining the madej means that there's so many different types of fire but ultimately they come to the tip, which is the purest of the hottest part of that fire. This is what the way I

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described it. As for the types of gin in the Quran. The Quran basically distinguishes gene into two types. There is a regular type of jinn and then there is a supergene the supergene anyone know the name of the Superjet

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Alfred's Yes.

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And does anyone know where in the Quran?

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There are three things mentioned?

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Yes, the story of Sudan model is a very interesting story, basically, so the man is from he finds out from his warrior bird. That's right. You heard me correctly, his warrior bird, Hood Hood, that there is another there is a

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queen, the Queen of Sheba in Yemen, and he's in Jerusalem. And she has a magnificent Kingdom the likes of which you wouldn't imagine what a house nauseam and she has a magnificent throne. Okay. Now one Solomon lays from his, what the Queen of Sheba has, he becomes concerned. What is the religion of those people? See, he didn't say, Man, I wish I could have had that. He doesn't say that. He says, forget though what do they worship? What do they worship? And they are the hood says, All Solomon understands from hood Allah that they worship the sun. Sorry, not the Hood Hood says that they worship the sun. I mean, do they love besides Allah subhana wa so Solomon Islam says What is

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the matter with those people that they don't worship Allah, Allah subhanaw taala they don't prostrate themselves to Allah subhanaw taala then he comes up with a genius plan. His plan is look

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What we need to do is we need to make the Queen of Sheba and her people become Muslim without going to war with them. Okay, how are we going to do that? Well, he sends her a letter. In the letter he asked him listen,

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why don't you worship Allah? Like we worship Allah. embrace Islam, simple letter.

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Now when she reads it, when that letter reaches her, she reads it. And instead of taking his advice, she seeks a Counsel of war. And ask her warriors, what should we do? And they try. They try to bribe him of all people. So the man who has everything in the world they tried to bribe him. And when they bring the gift Susilo malice around so the man Islam becomes offended. He comes up with Plan B, what is Plan B?

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is to get

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the Queen's throne, okay to get the Queen's throne, but why would you want to get the king song? Like, how would that work? How is that plan is not stealing?

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Well, the way we understand it, tried to put you in a dilemma there.

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The way we understand it is that Superman is so dumb, he is basically a genius. And he says that, which one of you from my inner circle is going to bring me her throne, because once her throne goes missing, she's gonna know that there's no way I can defeat this man. This man can take my own throne under my own nose. Instead, I should just listen to him and become Muslim, basically. So when he puts out that challenge, are there three two minute gin and Tkv popular and Takumi? McCormick, the wreath Allah says, he comes and he basically boasts and he says, are bringing her throne before you get up from your place of sitting? What does that mean? It means before you end this council of war,

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you know, like, the judge sits there and he has, you know, the hammer, he's gonna put the hammer down and says court is adjourned. Basically, before you end this little session here. I'll bring it to you.

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And he says, you know, me, I'm very strong and untrustworthy. Meaning, I know I'm, you know, I'm kept under your charger. If you let me go, you know, I'm trustworthy. I'll come back. And secondly, I've got power as well. I can do this. Yeah, he's really beating himself up basically. Now the word and fleet itself. They said, Alia, dubawi. Rational line is the seed. He said that the word faith comes from the root of tadf. No, attari, not tarrif.

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What is written down here?

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Oh, yes, taffy for root of deaf ears, and he said the word taffy means to kick up a cloud of dust here. And he said that the fastest horse rider was known as the fleet because he could leave everyone in dust. Yeah, he could leave everyone in dust. So Allah chose this word to refer to this Jin. Why? Because Allah is describing to us one of the most elite type of jinn. He's not an regular Jin, he is a super Jin that is the idea. So one of the super gins is boasting about a number of things. He's boasting about his speed. And what that teaches us is that the Djinn in general, are number one faster than human beings. And number two stronger than human beings. Because when he

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bows, what he's saying is that I'm better than everyone else, because of my speed. And because of my strength. I mean, human beings can't do this. nor can the regular gym do this either. Yeah. So this is one of the things that we learn from this super gin is that regular gyms are usually faster and stronger. Now, that doesn't mean that every single Jin is stronger than everything human. Yeah, just like

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men are generally stronger than women, but doesn't mean every single woman is weaker than every single man. Some women are stronger than some men. Yeah.

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And it gives us women that will take care of us and shall not be yourself.

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But generally speaking, this is the general any relationship between men and jinn, the jinn are usually stronger than the men and faster as well and this goes back to the origin the fact that they're made from fire. In fact, they are made from fire means what? That they are on the on a different if you like, end of the spectrum to human beings here on the electromagnetic spectrum. You want to take it to that level.

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They will be on a different, different level altogether. And on top of that, the fact that he says I'm going to bring back a physical thrown to you in literally seconds or minutes, suggests possibly, that jinn can transform a physical object into, you know, energy basically, and transfer it to somewhere else. Now, a lot of this has spooking people out. But this is some things that we can infer from the verse of the Quran, and Allah knows best about these things. Yeah. Anyways, you're just interested to reflect over these things.

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Now, in terms of the history of beliefs in other Melissa, we know that that the moment of the malaise ROM was created Iblees had a hatred for him. Yeah. And one of the reasons he hated him is because he was jealous of him. Now, does anyone know why he believes was jealous of other Vanessa?

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What was it about Adam that made him jealous?

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No, no, no his origins because that's the very reason he says I'm better than Adam haloperidol Even now, when I met him fire, and he's made from clay or dirt. So he prides himself on the fact that he's made of something better. That's not the reason. Yes, I'm the law. Because

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everybody buys for him. Okay.

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Very good. You want to say Mashallah, he said, one of the reasons is because

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ultimately Islam Allah said bow down to him.

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And he believes Well, I made from something better than other Why should I have to bow down to him? This is one reason

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anything else about the nature of Adam that made Iblees jealous of him?

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Is no Gina free will is

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a police himself refused for a developer to bow down to yes at the back that was a

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very good accent Mashallah you want to say as well I want to throw money at someone? This is yours. Yes. Who Allah? Allah, Allah said this, what you're going to say as well. He was Mashallah. Very good. Yes, Allah said in sort of Baccarat that we taught are the names of all things, meaning we gave Adam knowledge. This is very important.

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The scholar said, at least he made three mistakes when it came to Adam. Number one is how to jealousy. Number two is

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arrogance. And number three is his greed. Here are three things. Why did he have jealousy? They said, because he saw an ad, which he knew was not in Jin. And that was knowledge. So even though human beings may be slower, and less and weaker than Jin, generally speaking men, human beings have more knowledge than the gin con, this is very important. Because next week, we will speak about the issue of black magic. And we will ask the question, how did the jinn and these magicians have a relationship in the first place? What brings them together? One of the things that brings them together is this age old hatred of human beings that has been coming down from a blease until now.

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Yeah, that genes have it in for human beings, meaning the evil genes. Remember what we said, genes can be Muslims, and genes can be disbelievers, as for the evil ones, just like they felt their father Iblees. They have it in for the human beings. So what happens is, and I won't go into too much details, but the magicians, they will have to grovel and humiliate themselves to the evil gins in order to gain their support. Once they gain the support, they get them to do supernatural things. Why would the jinn help them? Because the jinns already have infinite human beings. So when they see a man

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humiliating themselves for the jinn, they like it, and they would want to see that happen over and over again. And I mean, we won't show you the videos, but they are videos of you know, magicians that have been caught by the authorities in Saudi Arabia and other places, and they take them to their homes. And what do they see? They basically see, in some cases, a room full of the most disgusting, dirty things. And the magician says I have to sleep on this heap of garbage in order for the genes to come and help me. Yeah. Why? Because this is the way the relationship between the genes and the human being works and his father knows best and hasn't basically said that it believes is

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the father of the jinn kind, meaning all evil genes, they see him as the Father, because Allah said that he Luna who was reata, who only I mean dooney were humbler Komodo

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inserted calf. Allah said, Are you taking him and his Rhea and his offspring as friends besides me, meaning a police is like the father figure for all evil gins.

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Now a few other points of Sharla we will end here. The second last point is we are the living places of the gym, where do they normally reside? And the last is how scared should we be of the gym? Okay, now who can help me out to where do the gyms usually reside? We know that they live on this earth alongside human beings. But is there any particular places that they live more than others? Yes, non unclean places, like the bathroom? Yes, very good. This is one thing that the person taught us that when he was with his companion, he pointed towards what they call baitul holla, which is a place where you actually go and relieve yourselves. And he said, this is where the

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the obnoxious or the filthy things resigned, meeting the gins. And then he said the door What is the door for going into the toilet? is a llama in the

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middle hobo Nietzsche will have either one reply Well, hopefully we'll have is, what is the translation quote, one interpretation means I seek refuge in Allah from the evil maid and female jinn. Why? Because this is where they most often reside. That doesn't mean you're never going to toil ever again. It just means that you take the precautions here. Ultimately speaking, if you ask a lot to for his refuge from anything, Allah gives it to you then what can affect you? What could possibly harm you if Allah is protecting you? Nothing? Yes, it is all about taking the precautionary measures.

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A second place where even Tamia Rahman I said the gym can reside in the low, the lowly places, not meaning in a clinical sense, but in a physical sense. low lying places like the valleys, yeah, as opposed to the high rising places and use the proof in the Quran where Allah says that the there used to be some men who used to seek refuge in the jinn. And this is sort of the jinn itself. Now, the story behind that verse is that people would come to when they would pass by a valley in the time of Jamelia before the coming of the process lm when they would enter into a valley and they were going to camp there, what would they do? They would call out to the, the head jinn. And they

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would say to him, we seek your refuge from the evil ones over here. Okay. So the point he deduced from this is that one of the main places that gyms usually reside are the low lying places, and the places that basically are not occupied, populated, densely populated. These are the common places that the gyms reside, and loss of patterns best. Now, the last point which is to be honest, one of the main points is how scared should we be of them?

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Seurat Elgin verse number six is very important for us to understand. Allah says in this verse what Anna who cannot reach out to me in Sierra Luna beauty jelly mineral Genie faza, to whom raha Allah say certain men from among mankind used to seek refuge with certain men from among the jinn, but they only increase them in wickedness. Yeah, what, what is this verse talking about? It is talking about before the coming of the production of certain karma said that what would happen is some people when they would pass by Valley, like I said, they would call out to the jinn and they would say, oh, leader of the jinn, please grant us refuge. Now he said that the jinn themselves would say

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that we were more scared of men than men are of us until they started to do this. When they start to call out to us for refuge, we realized that they are more scared of us than we are of them, then we would go up to them and we would mess with them. Basically, yeah, he said, we would go up to them would mess with them, and they would make them feel as though they were mad. What does this teach us? It teaches us this is the reality that as for the jinn, generally speaking, they are more afraid of us, then we should be of them. And this is something a metropoli man have because he's mentioned the Koran and it is a seed of the Quran given by the early Muslims. So this is something that we

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should try to internalize brothers and sisters, do not be petrified of gin.

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Do not be petrified of gin. Rather acknowledge that the jinn are reality. And number one, you should not be scared of them. And even if you are do not become irrational and your fear of them are extreme. And number two more importantly, even if you are scared of them, they cannot harm you unless a law permits

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Now if Allah is protecting you and you ask Allah to protect you, it doesn't matter how scary they are, how dangerous they may be, ultimately speaking, they cannot harm you whatsoever. Unless a law permits. Yeah, this is this is one of the main points.

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Lastly, shape on who is the most powerful of all Jin Hee in a conversation with Allah? He tells us basically, that there is one type of Muslim that he cannot, he cannot influence at all. Does anyone know which category of Muslims he cannot affect? Who does he call and say, You know what, I can mess with any of your creation of Allah, except for this type of person.

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I sense very good. He alleges. He sends his land upon a police or regime for refusing to bow down to administer them. And then a police say is to Allah or beef al Ville Nila yo Mubarak. He says, All my master, Grant me respect until the Day of Judgment aside point here, he refers to Allah as his master.

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And he believes in the hereafter. So that doesn't make you Muslim. Then he says to Allah, I am going to come at your your servants from every direction. And I'm going to beautify the ditch. That means I'm going to mess with them basically, in their bed that can mean human mohalla seen enough another Kira Mo, li si. What does that mean? He says, I going to come at every one of them except for those that are either the chosen ones or the sincere ones. In fact, both meanings are complimentary. The way that works is if people are sincere to Allah, Allah will choose them to be special people. Yeah, this is what it means. Now practically, what does that mean? It means brothers and sisters, that if

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in your heart, is the love of Allah, the fate of Allah hope in Allah. And this is the this is the basis of your decision making process. What do you want to do in life, what you don't want to do in life, if it is affected by a loss, love, a loss, feel a loss, hope, then you are a sincere person. And if you asked him, he said, shavon himself has confessed, I can't do nothing to you. So Paula, may Allah make us of the Muslims in Europe. So please, who is the worst of the worst? He says, You know what these people are can't do anything to them here. So this also should teach us as a foreigner, we should not be petrified to the gym can't, we should in fact, be more convinced that if

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we are close to Allah, then these type of things, they cannot affect us.

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And lastly, the last point I want to mention is that Allah, Allah Himself adds, who will be affected by the shaitaan. Allah says, In everybody lace Allah, Allah Himself Barnum in them, and tobacco middle lloween. Indeed, my servants, you have no authority over them, except those who follow you from those that are straight, except the ones that are straight that follow you. What does that mean? It means brothers and sisters, that shaytan comes to you and he may whisper something to you in your head, in your heart, if you entertain those temptations, and those impulses, you yourself, have given shaytaan opportunity to attack you. That's what it means. If you see something bad on the

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street or on the computer, and you say, you know what, I can't be looking at that. Let me turn my face away from this or let me change this, then you are not following shaytaan but if you said to yourself, you know what, let me look a bit longer. Or let me go there again, or let me fantasize stuff a lot about this thing. Then what you have done is you have opened up your heart to shape on to attack you sound like saying the only ones you can get to are those who let you that's what it means. Yes, it shows us my brothers and sisters that shape on our genes regime. He has no control over us except if we give him control. So May Allah Subhana Allah grant us understanding and protect

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us from the whispers of the shaytaan how there was a loss of Ramadan Amina Mohammed Juan earlier saphenous vein desert Kala hidden Baraka AFRICOM Now, a few minutes for any questions. Anyone have any questions on this topic though? Next week, inshallah we speak about black magic, and the evil is if you could hold off your questions on that subject until next week. Any questions later? This is what Islam is about. People who already died.

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Or demons? Yes, we don't believe in that. But they could also exist in some way shape or form. Yes, the question is do do Muslims believe in ghosts? Yeah.

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lucid dreaming goes, or the VG board is an analogy, but basically

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the Dead Sea gins and goes to different things. As for ghosts, what the person believes is that the root of the dead is being brought back to life in some way, shape or form. We Muslims do not believe this Muslims believe that the dharwad the souls of dead are in the barossa they will be returned to the bodies on Yom Okayama they are not free to roam about and to get revenge of those people that weren't were nasty to them in this life. Okay, we don't believe that. So when it comes to stories about ghosts, and big boys and all the rest of it, most of them will reject the idea completely. Yeah.

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Give me your questions. Yes, at the back this. So this lead gen could see us on the next level.

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The brother asked the question, we know that the gym can see us and this slide wouldn't be able to see the gene and the hair after

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one long arm only to find out in Charlotte. I'm trying to find out for you.

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you mentioned

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prediction. Yes.

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Normally this

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way around, yes. Right. Is there any other laws or anything that we need to do in terms of protecting ourselves? Yes.

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Sometimes, you know, there's certain things before you go to bed, you do certain things to protect yourself. Yeah.

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Yes, the brothers are very question about other precautionary measures and how to practice estrogen. What we find is that there are many as a car and an area the person was taught us inshallah, that will come later on because I want to get to that a little bit further down, because we can go through them now. But to get better academic understanding of the subject, we let's go through it systematically, inshallah. So next week or the week after inshallah,

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yes, the reason why there.

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Is there a reason why they've been made invisible to us?

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Well, I mean, part of the wisdom behind the creation of the evil jinn is that without, you know, without the evil influences of shaitaan, and a please, how would human beings be inspired to do good? How would we have an accountability for Allah, if there was no temptation in this world, and temptation can come in many forms. One of them is from the, you know, invisible dimension from a police and from the shouting. So there are many benefits, maybe an x equal speak about the benefits of the creation of a police. Perhaps this is what your question is referring to Jana?

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for long? Yes, they're in the same condition as us. So are they being tested? But

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do they have the judgment as well? Of course, yes. The question, are they are they being tested in the same way human beings? Are they going to be held accountable? Yes, we said well, mahalo. Cocina Illa kilda Leah Hoon, in Omaha la cocina well, insane Ali Abu means water we only create a genuine man to worship me. So if they don't worship me, what will happen to they'll be punished. And even in many verse in the Quran, Allah Jalla wa Satan's like a sort of mug that the gatekeepers the Hellfire will say, to the jinn and the men didn't the messengers come to you and explain to you the truth. And they will say yes, but we delight. Yeah, so even those people that jinn we know even at least

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we've thrown into the Hellfire even he knows that Scotland he will be he will end up in hellfire. And that is why he says for Alvin Nila Yomi bathroom, please give me respect until the day of judgment. So he knows that there's a day of judgment and he knows his fate. But despite this Panda, he's bent on doing what he wants to do. So yes, they are accountable, they are liable or responsible they will be held to account and also knows best. Okay, last question, Shannon, any key messages with energy messages? It seems as though they were no gene messengers. In fact, it is a peanut and sunomono jamara that the messages that came from mankind in the came from mankind to mankind antigen

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can't. So the process that he was a prophet to both men man and to jinn. And that is why in that verse, they said we heard the Quran that came down after musella Islam, which means they were following the religion of who Moosa before the process sort of again, the messengers It seems the only come from mankind. Okay.

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Sisters, yes.

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Can we see them

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as dogs or space dogs or snakes? Okay, yes, sister has a question. Can we see the genes? Now generally speaking, you

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cannot see gin in the original form. Okay. However, the person told us that they can appear in the form of snakes, and in the form of dogs, black dogs. So it may be possible that you have seen a gene and you wouldn't have realized, because you've seen a snake in the zoo or you've seen a snake on TV or a dog or something and you'd be looking at in all this time. You didn't know. That's not to scare you. But it's possible. Yeah. What's the next question?

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Now the questions. The last

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one was a fatal question. Another question. Are wives allowed to see dead husband's face? Same with the wife This is off topic. If you're not divorced mother, this is again off topic. Perhaps we'll try to go to this next time. Okay, is that gonna have better coffee can we hope to see you next week.

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