The Meeting with Allah SWT

Asim Khan


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Learn from Bill alameen wa salatu salam ala COVID mursaleen. The Vienna Mohammedan while earlier such as Marina Marburg,

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there's others. We have sisters,

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sisters from Birmingham. I'm honored to be here with you. First and foremost is I want to head into the mustard for inviting me to spend some time speaking about this very beautiful topic, the meeting of Allah subhanho wa Taala. And more importantly and directly the seeing of Allah subhanho wa Taala. This talk will be in two parts. The first part is about the belief of Adelson on demand mainstream Muslims, about the seeing of Allah by the believers, male lawmakers from them.

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And we will cover questions such as when will we see a law? How would we see a law what will happen to those people who see Allah subhana wa tada? How often will they see a loss of pan with Allah, this is the first half of the talk. The second half, which I've been requested to speak about is the view of other Muslims. From early from early on. Some sex came along some groups, they had a different understanding. Some of them denied that Allah subhanaw taala could be seen by the believers even in the hereafter. And some of them reinterpreted the Quran and the Sunnah, wherever it spoke about seeing a lot in a different way, in a way which essentially negated the seeing of our

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last panel, that's more of a theological discussion. That will be the the second part of it be the light. Let us begin. The first thing I wanted to share with you

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is a very beautiful piece about our father Adam alayhis. Salam, he's had his classes authentic worship, Allah, the prophecy of some said laminata Hello houfy Adam a row for Bella Rosa who are out us

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that when Allah subhanaw taala blew into Adam alayhis salam, his soul, the soul reached his his head and when it did, he sneezed. Does anyone know what the Malay Sallam said after he sneezed?

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He said al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil aalameen he said Hamed belongs to Allah, the Lord of the worlds and two panelists. That is the first thing are the malayalam said now commenting on this claim Rahim Allah said something very beautiful. He said Hamed is not just to praise is to praise out of love. You can praise someone and that is Sunnah. But hand is to praise with love.

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So the first thing Adam alayhis salam did was to express how much he loved Allah subhanaw taala the moment life came into his body, the first thing he said were words to reflect how much he loves a loss of panadol and that is why it was so painful.

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For other men a salon when he was cast out of Paradise made to live on this earth. Commenting on his life here

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aplicativo Rahim Allah said Adam and a Salaam cried for 100 years out of sadness at being far away from Allah subhanaw taala. And one of the early Muslims use of ma about Rahim Allah said that the tears that are the Muslim cried, could never be rivaled even by the tears of all of mankind upon Allah. That is how much sadness he felt about being far away from Allah subhanaw taala and that yearning to be close to Allah is a yearning that every single human being experiences to different degrees even even a non Muslims believe it or not inside of them, they have a yearning to be with Allah subhanho wa Taala to see a lot. I want the proofs that even non Muslims wish to see a lot

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though they disbelieve in him is a verse in Surah Al Motta 15. Anyone know which verse I'm referring to here? This verse shows that even the kuffar they wish to see Allah and not being able to see him will cause them pain. Anyone know which was

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we are the fourth the youngsters

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in whom are robbing him yo ma et le Masha ju Boone. Allah says very early on that day,

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those people the disbelievers will be veiled from Allah subhanaw taala unable see Allah.

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How do we know that this is a punishment? Well, because when they are barred from seeing a law that will cause them pain and anguish, it will tell you Ramallah said So Paulo is amazing.

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I read this he said that the pain of not being able to see a law is worse than the pain of jahannam.

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Being barred from seeing a law will be more devastating for the kuffaar than the fire of jahannam. Imagine and that is why my brothers and sisters, the scholars of Islam said that the seeing Allah is the most

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enjoyable reward a human being can experience bar none. Even the reward of Jannah doesn't come close to the reward of seeing Allah subhanho wa Taala may and lawmakers from those people may or may not make us from those that will be barred from seeing him supernode Allah.

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You see this yearning to see Allah it was expressed by many prophets anyone know which prophet of Allah asked to see Allah during his life in this world anyone know?

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War salesianum is I want you to ask the Shabaab Mashallah everyone is a Shiva

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mela Bless you. So Musa alayhis salam he asks, to see Allah, so advanced question in which surah Does, does musala send them off to see a lot from the youngsters?

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We saw?

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We saw it as musala salam say, Allah be areni onboard LA

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and you are no

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Sir, this is from the Father This is from

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Mashallah are off. Musa alayhis Salam suparna This is ajibola he this ayah unbelievable.

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Allah says that when masala Islam came to meet him at the place, what can lemahieu Rabu Allah spoke to him imagine?

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Allah said Allah spoke to Moosa, then directly addressing him. Imagine being spoken to by Allah. Imagine.

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And though Moosa had just been spoken to By Allah, and had the honor of being spoken to By Allah, what does he say? Allah be Oh, my master areni onto a lake. I want to see you.

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And commenting on this signal to a human I said,

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by speaking to Allah, the yearning to meet Allah only increased. So now that I have spoken to you Allah, you know what, I would like the next best thing and that is to see and Allah responded to him. Allah said,

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and you will know, lan turon you will not be able to see me meaning in this world Moosa in this life, human beings are too weak to look upon Allah Subhana them.

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And you know this Pamela is taught to us by a prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam himself as well. And authentic hadith he was asked by one of his companions, will we see our Sorry? He asked, Did you see Allah subhanho wa Taala meaning on the night journey? Here the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, che Jabba who endured. He said, his veil, a laws veil, screeding himself from this universe, is light.

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And then he said, locash effect, if Allah removed that veil,

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that whatever his side would reach, would be scorched, and would be burnt.

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If Allah removed that veil, every single thing in this universe would perish. As if to say to the companion, how can I see Allah when that would entail removing his veil and if Allah removed is there then none of us would exist anymore? And of course, there is some discussion here regarding this masala but we won't go into that. So going back to Masada Salaam, Allah says to you will not be able to see me mean you are too weak in this dunya for me, to be seen by you, but rather look towards elgible look towards the mountain.

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What does this mean? It means that I will illustrate to you or most of that human beings they are too weak to see me because if something stronger than you, which is the mountain cannot see me then how do you expect to see me? Fela mata jela boo little Jebel and so when Allah

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showed himself to the mountain, what happened to the mountain?

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It exploded. Yes, you saw gmsa it exploded wahala Moosa, the mountain reduced to rubble.

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And more salesianum just experienced the mountain

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crumble himself fell unconscious upon.

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And this was showing Mossad, Islam and all of us that in this world,

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we will not be able to see Allah subhanaw taala for if the greatest of US News on Islam could not And what about us?

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But it also shows that of course, a loss of power can be seen, but not in this life in the life to come. Yes. But the main amazing thing about this ayah for me,

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is the one for more Silas ram to see Allah.

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He wanted to see Allah. And this panela leads us to the Quran.

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Because you know, my brothers, what is the first quality that the Quran gives to the believers? If you were to start from the beginning of the Quran, which is the first quality that Allah says this is one of the qualities of me known? Who knows?

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For sure.

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Now, isn't it alladhina? You may know una belhaj. This is the first attribute of the believers in the Quran. What is it? believers? Number one is that you have a man in the unseen.

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Allah is from the unseen to the human beings, we will not be able to see Allah but despite that, we choose to believe in him and that is something that Allah is pleased with, well pleased with. But so Pamela, what operon does,

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is that it describes a loss of power of the to the reader

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through his beautiful names and his perfect attributes. And the verses that describe a law are the greatest verses of the Quran. And the proof of that is the Hadith or the process certain regarding surah to class poldhu Allahu Ahad this surah the promises Some said it equates to how much of the Quran

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or the Lu fruitful Quran it is equipped equal to one third of the whole caught on

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and this surah is speaking about nothing but Allah subhanaw taala.

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And one of the companions, you may know of this narration, he used to recite surah to the class in every single regard, you know about this story. He used to recite this surah on every single Raka. And he used to lead other people in the salon. So he was an Imam. Until the people

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they thought it strange that he would do this. And so they went to the salon salon. And they said to him, there is this man, and he always resigned sort of to the helaas in his in his solo, every Iraq. he recites and then he will recite something else.

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And so the Prophet sallallahu alayhi Salaam said, Go and ask him,

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ask him why he does this.

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And so they came to him. And they said, Why do you do this? Why do you recycle who Allah had in every single solaar. And he said sapol Leon cifa to rush man, because this surah is expressing the attributes of the incredibly Merciful One. It is describing a lot to me, for Anna or shugborough, an upper RB her and so that is why I love to recite

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that when he recited say he's thinking about Allah. And the surah is describing a lion such a magnificent way that it makes him fall in love with Allah. And so the companions they go back to the process of them and they tell him the reply of that man and the person says us a bureau who informed him and Allaha yoshinobu inform him that you know what, Allah loves him? Yeah, as if to say, this man, what he's doing is something beloved to Allah subhanho wa Taala.

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the companions of the Prophet sallallahu sallam, they wanted to know. When will we see Allah? How will we see Allah? Will we see Allah and one Hadith and say Buhari reported by Jerry, radi Allahu Duran, he said, corner julu son and an obese alonza. We were just sitting like we are sitting now we were sitting with the promise of a long while ago suddenly just a casual relaxing with the professor insulin. And we said to the professor center will we see a lot

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and that was a night of a full moon. And it was a cloudless night. And the promise that I'll send them in answering this, he said,

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Do you have any difficulty looking at the full moon? They said no, you're

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He said in acoem saturon arabicarum kamatera una hodel Palmer, he said you always see Allah just as you see this moon right here. So pan Allah, He described the seeing a law in such an amazing way. Because of this he said why LA to LA Moana feel Yachty and so you will not to the moon of Niger, unless Bharani Rama la said, buying means lol and power, meaning you will not have to oppress and fight with one another to see Allah subhanaw taala. You know, like sometimes you see something amazing happening on the street, someone may be doing something with strangers, something amazing. People start to gather, a crowd gathers around and then what happens to the people that come

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afterwards? They have to look over the shoulders of others, isn't it? And then what happens is sometimes more people come and then people start pushing and shoving

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the process suddenly is showing them that you know, what, do you have any difficulty you're looking at the full moon in the same way, you will love to see Allah you will not have to compete with one another to see Allah subhanho wa Taala he described it in such a such a beautiful way May Allah subhanaw taala make us from those people. At the end of this hadith the process Adam tells us one way by which we can attain this reward of seeing Allah subhanaw taala that, at the end of this Hadees the president said furnish the power to Allah tala wa Salatu

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was Salam. ala hora Bishop's for Allah. So he says at the end of this hadith. So if you are able, try not to miss the prayer of before sunrise and the one before sunset.

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This was explained by a headless bunny in the following way, the process here is saying a phrase,

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which is ordering us instructing us he's not giving us a choice. He's directing us. And he's saying if you want to see Allah, then you what you need to do these two prayers, number one, the budget. And number two, the answer, make sure you look after them. And Paul, in his shower, he said in Jamaica, meaning the prayer not at home by yourself. But in congregation. If you want to see Allah, the person was telling us based on this, make sure you pray fudger in Jannah and also in Jana all the time. This is one way that you will attain this reward. Why these two Salawat the scholars explained because these two prayers are witnessed by the angels who carry up the rewards back to

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further witnessed by angels and acid witness by angels that write down the deeds that people are doing, and they take them up to the skies to back to a loss of paranodal.

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So this is one way another way is a DA and the professor Sam used to make a particular two hour report in the Muslim National urashima law classes that he or she shekel Rahim Allah, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam etc. as Luca loves that and every Illa what he was showing what he learned because I asked you, Oh Allah, for the delight of seeing you, seeing you and the show, the yearning to meet you. This was a prayer of the process of him he used to make it used to ask Allah Allah give me the the delight of seeing you and the yearning to meet you, your Allah allow me to meet you. So this is the second way in which

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in which we can ask a loss of power and work towards this reward. What will happen to the people once they see Allah? Here? She a few Sophie's Harford en la By the way, she used to come to this must see a few selfies has been to this machine.

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As a company as most you know, I think he has come to this machine. Shifu selfies Rahim ALLAH hafiz Allah said that the believers will see a lot in two occasions once on Yom Yom and the second is in paradise. Yeah, the first is Yokoyama and the second is in paradise. In the Quran in solo piano, a loss of powder not only speaks about the seeing of a law, but also what will happen to the people once they see Allah. Anyone know which verses these are

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where Allah describes this? What other verses

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would you yoma even now there are Be careful here because sometimes

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People make a mistake and touch me they say Yo Madan. Now lira avadh it's not a word it is a bard.

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Now there are, Allah says, On that day, some faces will be now novel means golden gold is also called nada. So Allah says they faces will become golden, shining and vibrant. Why are they like this era Bihar nowshera because they are staring at Allah subhanaw taala.

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And this is an amazing two verses because Allah is not only affirming that the believer will see Allah, but describing to us what happens when you see Allah, that people will be so elated and happy, as seeing Allah, that the color of the face will change. The color of the face will change by seeing the face of Allah Subhana Allah, Allah described his face to us in the Quran.

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In the Quran in Surah Rahman Allah described his face to us by saying it is a face Laurel generally one Ekrem a face that possesses gelar and the chrome jelly beans magnificence. A chrome means nobility.

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This is the face of Allah being described to us by Allah. And even okay Rahim Allah said, that whoever sees the face of Allah he himself will become noble, just by seeing the face of Allah Subhana Allah May Allah make us from those people.

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Now, so this is in short, my brothers because the time is late, a summary of the meeting Allah subhanho wa Taala, as told to us by the person silom and by Allah Subhana Allah in the Quran.

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However, though, Allah described to us in such explicit ways, and the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us about it in such a direct way. Some of the Muslims from the past, they they went astray regarding this matter.

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They went astray, regardless matter until we find some of them, outright denied it. And some of them reinterpreted the seeing of the face of Allah subhanaw taala. Now, this is a very

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academic discussion, but there is a lesson that we bring, which will be of relevance to our times. Yeah. So please follow, as I explained this,

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shih tzu Salafi is half of the law said that the seeing of Allah subhanaw taala is mentioned the Koran, it is mentioned mutawatir on in the Hadith is mentioned by so many

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transmitters of a hadith that is matamata beyond doubt, that it is something affirmed to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and he said there are 30 companions who have narrations about deceiving Allah from the process that are 10 of them are from the 10 promised paradise, in fact, as well as a unanimous agreement amongst the early Muslims, that the believers will see Allah subhanaw taala in the in the Acura despite that some people denied of them, or those who refer to as the jamea and martela. They denied it. And when asked about what do you say about the proofs in the Quran, they reinterpreted the verses that we have just mentioned. For instance, the verse where Allah tells more

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Salah, some lanta, Ronnie, you will not be able to see me. They said this is a proof that a lot cannot be seen. They said for the particle land means never a lie saying you will never see me. This is a proof. However, the response of the scholars of Islam to this

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is so much of them is the word learn first of all, does not mean never. It means will not. Secondly, if you are saying that it means never. Then what does that say about Musa al Islam for you can tell us that it is basic knowledge that Allah when the will or cannot be seen. But here we have a prophet of Allah better than you asking to see Allah as if you are saying he didn't know something that you knew. Is that even possible?

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So responded in many ways.

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As for the seeing of Allah subhanaw taala reported by the process that um they said those Hadith are reported by only one or two reporters and those reporters cannot be trusted and so they, they denied so many ahaadeeth other scholars, they came up with a different interpretation of the mother Sharia law. They said that Allah will be seen

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But in no direction, in no direction, when they said that they weren't against them or a Tesla, who said a law cannot be seen, but also mainstream Muslims. Tomorrow, they went against everyone. What does that mean? For them, they said, Allah will be seen, but not from up there. Or from to the side, or from this side or below. There is no direction, which you can turn to, in which you will see Allah subhanaw taala. This is something nonsensical. Even the person who's hearing this for the first time, I think, what is really what they said it is there in the books, that the last one will be seen, but from no direction.

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Now, what is really interesting, my brothers and sisters, is why Oh, why? Did they have to deny the seeing or law? Or why did they have to reinterpret it? What was the reason? Was it that they read the Quran? And those verses and interpreted them differently? And they therefore believe that, or was it something else?

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What do you think?

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Was it really the case that they read the Quran, they said length, Ronnie, this means Allah will never be seen. And this is our position, and therefore we negate all these ahaadeeth was it something else? If it was something else? What is that something else?

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What do you think?

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Who can share something with us? Did they really believe this? Let me give you another example. In our times, we have progressive Muslims.

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And they deny many things as well. Which is ABC from Islam, for example, they deny what the progressive progressive Muslims deny what kind of things? They say no, no, that's not part of Islam. What do they deny?

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They deny for example, that woman cannot leave men in salon or not. Is that not what they say? They say a woman can need men in salon true or not?

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Whether you shy to answer this question.

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true or not, this is something you know not. Now, what other things did they deny?

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You said no, this is no problem.

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What else? What did these modernists say? What kind of views do they have? Yes.

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Now, this is what we said. This is one thing well, so they say

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no such thing as rebar. Anything else?

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What is say about Nepal? They believe in the car.

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They disbelieve in Nepal. They say there's no such thing as Nicole Bella, Bella.

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They do they believe in segregation.

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They don't believe in segregation. So I'm asking the question my brothers.

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When you ask them, why do you negate the power? Why do you negate that a woman can lead men in Salah that woman cannot lead Minister? Do they? Or do they not bring proofs to back up the arguments. They're not bringing proofs? They do bring proofs. They bring some narration from here, maybe an AI or they reinterpreted here. They bring proofs, isn't it? But the question is this? Is it the case that they believe that because of those proofs? Or did they believe it even without those proofs? Do you follow me? Do you follow what I'm saying here? Annie? Is it the case that the Koran and the messengers allow some led them to this belief? Or was it something else that led them to this

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belief? And they want to say that Allah and His messenger? Say this? Which one is this one?

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The other one isn't? Thank you. So you follow me up to this point. So the question is this. Why do they say that?

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Why do they say that? I expect you to know have you?

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Why did they say this? And is it the case that they genuinely they read in the Quran? And they said no, this is wrong what Muslims believe for 14 136 years. It's wrong. This is the hub. Now missy.

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Following designs. Okay, that's very, very broad. It could mean anything.

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Anything more specific. Now? Sure.

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they are unclear. Yes. Yes.

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They follow the unclear ones.

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The week

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Shall we have? Yes.

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I agree. I made the brother said that.

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These people they they focus on those Muta. shabbiha the verses that are unclear the Hadith, which could be interpreted like this or like that, in favor of the ones that are Muslim. No, I agree. But the question is why?

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This is true that they have a corruption in the heart. Yes. Very good. Yes, sir. Behind you,

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the youngster you shake you scratching your head. You had your hand up the

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wrong time to have your hand up Have you know

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anyone else? Just

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Okay, this is closer they want to blend into society? Why do they want to blend it is that they will rest like everybody else anyway.

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Maybe not in the question

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Why did they want to modernize Islam and modernize? What does that mean anyway? But why do they want to what is the

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what is the root cause? Behind them? espousing these opinions? Yes, philosophy, like whatever philosophy modern times whatever philosophy

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modern times people don't know about Aristotle

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besides the name they don't know anything else.

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Now, this

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material gain

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such as what money

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fame and money

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yes, you do have the handout this time you

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do Why do you want to innovate?

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last person is

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a very good to be accepted. But what does it mean that they want to be accepted? Why do they want to why do they feel they need to be accepted?

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Okay, so other people have different faiths, different ideas, different beliefs.

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Now, you know, spawn this video are just so actually I didn't see it some. I saw it. I didn't watch it. Somebody told me what was in the video.

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They are these I think five of four or five Muslims in America. They're being interviewed. What is Jihad? Yes. So just raise your blood pressure a little bit there.

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What is Jihad? So what do they say? They say anyway, they say, peace, love, so on and so forth. And then the last person to partner This is what I read. The last person said, the meat Jihad stuff under the Musa Jihad for me is waking up in the morning and thinking,

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I never I never struggled enough to get her number.

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La ilaha illAllah. Yeah. So this is the next level interpretation.

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So why do these? Why do our brothers and sisters feel the need to reinterpret things from Islam? Why? You know why my brothers and sisters because we feel inferior? That is the reason why that we feel inferior to the values, the popular values of our times. And that is why we try to change what we believe in order to match the popular values of our times. Do you agree or not?

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Now what is amazing, so Paula Scher, who sort of is hafler law said, the reason why they deny the seeing Allah was because of ancient Greek philosophy,

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and what it entailed, about the belief in God.

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So what happened is some Muslims at one point, they came into contact with the philosophy of the Greeks, which passed on through the Persians, as well as the Christians. And when they came into contact with that philosophy, they felt it was very sophisticated. And it was very high level.

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And based on that, they said, you know, what, we need to look at the Koran, based on the values of the Greeks. When they did that, they had to deny certain things because it didn't fit with the values and theology of Greek philosophy.

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Now, my brother's this happened more than 1000 years ago, have things really changed.

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has things really changed. As part of this is the same problem. Just another, another face, isn't it? The same problem, and even a marshmallow loss? Apparently, he really nailed it. He said the root cause of all deviancy is allowed, turning away from the Quran and the Sunnah.

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favor of another source of knowledge? Why would someone prefer another source of knowledge over what Allah says, and His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, only because he feels inferior to what these people say.

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And you know what, go back to those examples about the modernists. Why do they say that a woman should be able to lead a man in Salah? Why? What value? Have they believed in? Which then tells them this about Islam? It cannot be true. Which value is it?

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liberalism more more directly what value and because of the equality now, absent? Very good. So we believe we are told to believe in equality and not just equality, but a particular understanding of equality. And based on that, with those glasses of equality on when you look at the Quran and the Sunnah, things don't match up really. So what do you do? abandon that, or reinterpret this? For those people that choose to reinterpret this? Why? Because they feel inferior

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to the popular Western values of our times. And this final law is something not exclusive to them, my brothers and sisters, rather, it has touched the minds of every single one of us, whether you like it or not, whether you accept it from me or not, believe me, this part of law is something part of our mentality.

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Do you agree or not?

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Yeah, and this is something we need to strive against. And this is something that we asked a lot of Canada to free us from, and we ask Allah subhanaw taala to give us that Aliza. And that belief that whatever Allah and His Messenger sallallahu Sallam said, It is not just the greatest, but the best and the most wise and the most accurate and truthful. May Allah Subhana makers of those that will see him on your 1pm I mean, you know, but I mean, how there was a law cinema Madonna, Mohammed wa

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barakato African

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if they want to leave.

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Okay, brothers and sisters, we'll take a few questions now inshallah.

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Whoever would like to leave because it's late, they can leave a shallows, I won't mind no problem. Anybody would like to stay ask questions they can ask questions.

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Any questions from brothers?

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tape, so, we said, Can I ask his answer his one did not come to

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the brother asked the question. The Martinez ILA. What was their belief in the seeing of Allah subhanaw taala they believe is that it is impossible for us to see Allah subhanho wa Taala. And that is based on the fact that they negated

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every attribute of God, they negated every attribute of God. And based on that, the seeking of Allah subhanaw taala is yet just another attribute of God which they denied. So, the Asha era, they came to refute the Martha's etc.

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This is the position the reason why they espouse The view was to negate whether martez is said. But they base their refutation upon the very principles that the martez is also used, which were all grounded in ancient Greek philosophy. And so the conclusion they reached was that no Allah will be seen, but without any direction. Now, what is amazing is Yahoo selfies. He quotes a moment was early,

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as early said that the difference between our view meaning the Asha era, and Mr. Tesla is lovely semantical. meaning there's no difference between

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we both reach the same conclusion. It's just a matter of semantics. Yeah. But on this point, just to make a very clear, there's two things you know, there's a difference between someone who holds an Azure review and someone who is a full blown actuary.

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There's a big difference. Somebody may say that I follow the opinion of the Asha or regarding the seeing of a law, but he may not follow the opinion regarding so many other things. And more importantly, he may not be following the very School of the genre.

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We have to make a big difference between the two. Secondly, there's a difference between someone

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Who ascribes himself to the Ashley school of thought? And somebody who is actually Ashley. And the best way to explain this is look at a Muslim. You find a casual Muslim, he ascribed himself to Islam. But that doesn't mean he follows Islam does it? He might not know anything about Islam, but he calls himself a Muslim. Same thing with a someone who says I am an ashari. He may ascribe himself to the school of thought but doesn't mean he believes in anything that they say because he doesn't know. So, this is two important distinctions to to keep in mind or long.

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Ah, very good question. The brother said that. We mentioned that in dunya if Allah removed his veil, then everything would be scorched and burnt. So what will happen in your on your mo pm and the hereafter when unless upon the resurrects the humans on your metal kiama. There'll be resurrected with a strength unlike before. And with abilities unlike before, and a size unlike before and even the age? Do you know what age people will be in paradise? What is it?

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Yes, yes. So this age and the strength, everything will be of a general level. Yeah. And in general level, you're able to do things which you can't do on the earth level.

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They is

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an example.

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Okay. Yes, we missed this point, which is how often will the people see Allah subhanaw taala.

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Besides seeing a lot on Yom Okayama, the people will see our muscle power according to their good deeds. The greater the deeds, the more often they will see Allah until those people who see Allah every morning and every evening

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and the least of those people will be those that will see Allah on your moseyed, which is the day of Friday. And there is an aeration which I don't know the authenticity of that the people will dress themselves with luxurious attire and perfume themselves with luxurious perfume and go out like they would do will Juma to listen to a football and they will sit in the presence of a law who will address them and then they will see a law.

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Lawmakers from those people. A lot of us authenticity of this had these.

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They held us.

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Okay, as long as they're not by refuting other people.

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They they'll tell you not to review anyone.