Bilal Dannoun – Celebrating The Prophets Birthday

Bilal Dannoun
AI: Summary © The importance of the Prophet's teachings and culture of Islam is emphasized, along with the use of "has been met" in the message and the Han-thai as a means to celebrate the birthday. Personal information is not shared with anyone, and Jannah's refuses to go to trial and answer any questions about her father's actions.
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Nana Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala Sayyidina Muhammad wa ala early he was happy he made All praise is due to Allah made a Peace and blessings of Allah be upon our beloved prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, upon all those who follow His guidance until the last day, but the respected brothers and sisters in Islam salamati from what?

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We praise Allah subhanho wa Taala The one who said yeah, au hella Nina, Taka la ha, Goku Colin said either. Allah azza wa jal addresses every believer saying or you who have believed, Fear Allah, or reveal Allah or be conscious of Allah.

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Allah Allahu Allah Colin said either and say words that are said either and said either means just words, words that are just filled with justice. Now the prophet SAW a man wanting to send them in happy found them quality and Muslim. He said, Man can I mean who will love you will your mill failure coal fire on earliest ever believes in Allah, Allah and the day of judgment or the last day a Yeoman FF, let him say hi, let him say good. Let him speak words of, of goodness, or keep silent.

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Now at hamdulillah

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there is an Islamic revival that we find that is taking place in many parts of the world, both the Muslim world and the non Muslim world, and Muslims and hamdulillah due to the information age, and due to the technology that we have an handler, the scholars that we have witnessed that we have many Muslims

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to realize that the failure of manmade systems and of deviant religions to benefit mankind and to purify the soul is due to one fact and we find that they will not ordained by Allah subhanho wa Taala that manmade systems that are failing that many religions and ways of life other than Islam,

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a failure

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and people are not finding the answers and are not

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satisfied because they're not from Allah subhanho wa Taala because anything that is not from Allah subhanaw taala.

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And here we're talking about food for your soul and

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for your mind and for your spirit, then there is a strong chance that it is going to fail if it's from a loss of pan of water either.

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So, in any case, because of this awareness that exists today, many questions are being posed pertaining to traditions, to customs that were once taken for granted,

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and are now being challenged. In an effort to determine what is valid and truly beneficial to the oma and from amongst the practices is the practice of unknown it and never we will never we which is the Prophet the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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birthday celebration of celebrating the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam birthday commemorating the birth of the prophet SAW Selim through a celebration. Now before I elaborate on the Islamic ruling regarding the celebration,

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what does the word nominate me Now the word mo lives. The word molad according to the Arabic language is can take on two meanings. Either it means the place of birth, your mobile is your place of birth, or the time of birth, the date of birth. Okay, so that's the motive. Now in the context of Islam, the term and normally the number one

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when that's used, okay, it's actually used to be in reference to the place and the time of the Prophet of the prophets birth. Now, this is what was meant by the phrase from the time of the prophets birth, and two people began to gather and celebrate his birthday were upon it took on another meaning. So what we are saying is that first of all, when whenever we spoke whenever there are lemma and historians spoke about a moment, and never we, they are referring to when was the process alien born and they refer to where was he born? That's what it means. And However, it's taken

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Now on another meaning and additional meaning, and that is celebrating or the gathering, now genuinely means to the gathering of people in messages or the gathering of people in homes or, or in big tents, for the purpose of listening to specific presentations concluding with the story of the prophets birth. So, how to such an extent. Nowadays in many countries, the birthday of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wa sallam has become a national holiday, it has become a national holidays, a holiday as we find and as we see in countries that are in Southeast Asia, so in Southeast Asia, there is a number of countries that actually take the birth of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi

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wasallam as a national holiday. Today inshallah Tyler I want to share with you some information about the reality of this practice, which is observed in most parts of the Muslim world, and what many renowned scholars have said. Now, when it comes to respecting the privacy I send them in reviewing the prompts I send them and loving the professor love it, he will send them know for sure it without a shadow of a doubt that it is an essential part of our faith, an essential part of our Amen. me as a Muslim, as a movement, inshallah hota Allah as a believer in Allah and His Messenger, I must I'm obligated to love the Prophet Mohammed so long while he was sending and there is a hadith

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in Bukhari and Muslim whereby the prophet SAW a long line and he was selling he said, you know, a hydrophone had una de la he, meanwhile, he was he one nasty edge marine. He said, that none of you are true believers, until I am more beloved to him. I am more beloved to him than his father, then his sons are then your own father, your own child, okay, when Nancy h nine and all of mankind so we are obligated to love the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, after Allah Subhana Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah comes the love of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, more than your own self more than your parents more than your children more than your relatives more than your friends. This

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is what Islam teaches us. Now, if we take a cursory look at the Islamic countries, we see that many customs and many innovations many beta okay has crept into practice which have no roots whatsoever, no basis no foundation. In Islamic teachings, there was a hobby that I want to share with you that is found in soon an IP that would whereby the prophet SAW Selim, he said for in a woman Yasmin confessor of Philip and kathira he said to the Sahaba he said this over 1400 years ago, then whoever from amongst you shall shall be alive, man. Yeah, I mean, come for Sarah Taylor, Kathy. He will see and she will see a great deal of Hilaire for differing okay and disputation which will arise amongst

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the Muslim

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family a condition it was

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in Medina Russia, he said When this happens, hold on, clean to my son and my way and the way of the rightly guided Khalifa is the way of abubaker than Oman with men and I need of your loved one home. Okay.

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And he said to Mr. Colby, however,

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he said hold on to hold on to their way of hello to the world

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and to their way and hold on to it with your morality. Now for you to hold on to something with your morality means you to grab it when you're both hands and buy it on a really hot. So this is this is how this is our Savior, our Savior is when we clean to the poor and weak and we buy unto also the slim that our Prophet Mohammed soleimani he was selling

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and he said what he

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will be wearing beware of the newly invented matches. And he goes on and he says for in the cul de sacs in beta every he said every newly invented matter is a beta. Okay unit matter in the deen Moloch Some people say you know, but hold on, you know, yeah, what are you talking about, but we have microphones that didn't exist across our salon. We have cars that didn't come across our salon, we have the internet you have the computer we have watches, but this has nothing to do with the dean per se. It has nothing to do with the religion and acts of worship and drawing near to Allah don't draw near to Allah by by using this. By using this microphone. This is just a tool that I use. So

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here the process that I've set up quick

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In beta, every newly introduced matter is an innovation and he goes on and he says we're putting love into it in Bala and every and every innovation is a misguided it's a dilemma. So, yes, it is of no surprise that the Muslim Ummah are deferring and entering into disputes. And there are these newly invented medicines that are taking place around the province are selling he prophesized this.

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Now many of the renowned and reputed reputable reputable scholars of the past and prison have classified this tradition, okay, of commemoration of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam as birth as one of the innovative practices in Islam, so many of them that have clearly stated that celebrating the

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birthday is a better and that Muslims have, yes, Muslims have a right to differ as long as they feel a lot. respect each other, and sincerely seek the truth from legitimate sources of Islamic jurisprudence, putting aside personal preferences, and pre conception. So the question is, what is what is the legit legitimate sources of authentic jurisprudence? Where do we get our Sharia from? What do we get our pain from what we get our practices from? How do we draw near Allah through what resources do we use? And what better method to apply to to adopt in trying to adopt the most correct opinion then resorting to the book of Allah and the Sunnah of Prophet Mohammed Salah, just as Allah

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azza wa jal says in Surah, An Nisa and Nisa the women, chapter four of the Quran, verse 59, Allah subhanaw taala says, For internet certain fish, in photo do who Illallah whatever Sunni. In kuntum tokina Villa he will ask him zelicah Hi, Ron, what accent that if you disagree? Isn't it is Allah subhanaw taala we are reciting a verse until the judgment

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and that verses this that if you disagree about anything, refer it back to Allah and His Messenger if you truly believe in Allah, and the last day that is best and most suitable for a final determination. mean you defer to Muslims differ. Then what do we do? Do we say my chef, your chef, my school, your school, my math, have yo madhhab Oh, do we say let's go back to the core and let's go back to the swimlane. Let's go back to Mohammed Salah Salem, let's go back to his Sahaba see what they have said see what they did see what they believe see how they did things, this is our approaches Muslims.

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let us move on to the next point. And that is, when was prophet muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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When was our beloved Prophet sallallahu sallam.

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Now, according to the most correct opinion, the promise of a long winding alayhi wa sallam was born in the city of Mecca.

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May Allah subhanho wa Taala increase its Baraka and protect it from Ollie

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and Mecca, which houses the houses the house of Allah Subhana, Allah The Kava,

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and he was born in the year of the elephant am field. You see, back then I never had

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dates per se or years they ever had, you know, the year of 1973 or nine 2011. You know, they never had this date system. It was the year in which a major event took place, a major incident or something that took place in that year. And that will say that this event happened in the year of such and such. And it was in the year of the elephant in the year of the elephant is the E in which abraha and his army came from Yemen coming to destroy the cabin. It was in this he at the prophet SAW Selim was gone. Of course.

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Allah subhanaw taala annihilated and destroyed Abraham and his army and protected his house the Kava from being destroyed by the army and its elephants. So

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it is also reported that he was born in Tibet 10111 of the sonic mouth, and which corresponds to the 571 CEO Christian era. Now there is an agreement amongst the ruler math scholars of the process Salah was born on a Monday

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What's going on? Y'all My name Monday, since when the prophet SAW a long while he was telling them he was once asked about fasting on Monday. You know he was fasting Mondays and Thursdays. And about Monday, as we find in Sahih Muslim. He says all the while he was silent on that day I was born. And on that day read that revelation descended upon. So he mentioned that he was born on a manner.

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Now, the common belief among people is that he saw Selim was born on the 12th on the 12th of October. So the date in which he was going on, commonly believed is 1201.

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Yet the only substantiated facts regarding this date is that this is the date. Listen to listen to this. This is the date in which the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam died. He died on the 12th of February.

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Now remember this type for later on.

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As for the exact date of his birth, the scholars have difficulties imagine never we buy him a hula hoop Tyler, who died in the 676 of the hijra. He said, there is an agreement that he was born on Monday in the month of March.

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There is a difference of opinion, whether this day was the second, the eighth, the 10th, or the 12th is a difference of opinion. There's no unanimous agreement that he was born on the 12th.

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And these are the four most well known opinions concerning this is what he said. And yet there are other opinions. Now, according to astronomical calculations,

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he saw while he was selling them, was born on either the second, the ninth, the 16th, or the 23rd.

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The second, the ninth, the 16th, of the 23rd of river a one, not the 12th as they claim because they are the dates of the Monday's of happy hour, when we look at astronomical calculations.

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So we will look at this so far, we can see that there is no absolute evidence as to the day he was born.

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If knowledge of the of the birthdate of the prophet SAW Selim is so important, if Allah subhanho wa Taala wanted to be an important date that Muslims must register. Okay, then don't you think that Allah subhana wa Taala would have decreed for it to be a preserved date.

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The fact that there is such controversy regarding the date is proof and evidence that neither the prophet SAW Selim nor his Sahaba

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ever attached any importance to this event whatsoever, when he came every they didn't place any. Now also, if we think about birthdays, when a person is born, it's not really

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a very it's not something that people will register because when you were born, you're not you're not you're not nobody really, you become somebody later on, but what is more important to people become the date of your death, that's why you often see who such and such scholar or such and such who died in the year of sexual such because when you will, because you will learn to be having a a certain profile or certain status amongst your people.

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So the next question is, when it's celebrating the prophet SAW sevens birthday begin and who was it that Kim commenced this celebration? This is very interesting information.

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celebrating the birth of the prophet SAW Selim, did not surface until 300 years after the time of the prophet SAW Selim. 300 years later did the birthday of the prophet SAW Selim surface and so it didn't take place until the fourth Islamic century, fourth Islamic century. It was not celebrated or endorsed by any of the three preferred generations of Muslims that the prophet SAW Selim spoke of when he said clayville nasci Academy for men levina en una familia de la luna Hoon okama Kala alayhi salatu was Salam. And in the Hadith, which is found in Bukhari, the process L and he said, the best of my he said the best of my nation

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Is my generation that is him and his Sahaba

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then those who follow them, then those who follow them and then there's the Sahaba, the tab your own and tab, tab your own for your own. They are the sellers and their successes or the companions and their successes and their students. So

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these three generations included Mohammed Salah hi Salaam, and his Sahaba, Abu Bakar, Omar

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poppema and women and all of those beautiful Sahaba

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none of them celebrated the birthday of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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One scholar by the name of chef Tasha Deen Omar, Ethan Ali, a homie iscan Eskandari, who is known as Eman and alfre ki Hani and fatty Hani, who died in the year 734 of the original amendment feki Hani, he wrote an essay and he titled it and no read fill color and molad

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you can do this with Arabic making the words rhyme.

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He said the origin in discussion about the birthday of the Prophet

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and he goes on and he says celebrating his birthday has no basis in the book. In other words, the poor and notice will now know is this action recorded from from any one of the scholars of this own man, those who are taken as examples to be followed and cleaned to the narrations rather, it is a beta rather it is an innovation which was introduced by the buck balloon, which was introduced by the buck balloon and they are a deviated set from the 40 minutes from the fart from the 40 minutes. Which brings us down to the question of who are these fatemiyoun who are the fatemiyoun

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now The fourth thing you when they get their laptop, I get this name, they get this name. It's derived from the name of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam his daughter Fatima Viola and

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that's where the name comes from fatemiyoun attributing themselves to the household of the prophet SAW Selim and more specifically for filming.

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They claim that they are from the descendants of an old bait of an old pipe through the seventh Eman to the seventh a man who is known as a smile even just for a solid, this may even jar for a solid. Now it's interesting to note that it is through ismaila been Jaffa sodic that we have the esmaeili set, the ismar eally set from a monster rafidah from amongst the Shia ismar 86 come from him from him. Now, renowned scholars and historians clearly denounced their claim of being from the descendants of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam spam scholars they said they're not from the family of processes.

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And the chief of historians as to UT Rahim Allah Allah He emphatically a suti. He proved him he proved that his Mary live in Jaffa sodic to be false in his claim to be of a well known family and he has proved him to be of Zora West, Zoroastrian sorrow, Zoroastrian heritage,

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most of the scholars of Afghanistan that prefer that we refer to them as an OBD Yoon,

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they're not to refer to them as an alchemy human, but to refer to them as an obey the human cannot follow the moon because they are actually the descendants of a man not from Fatima but from a man called Louie the latter even mamoon

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who was he he was a Jew?

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He was a yahudi

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since very important to understand the history to understand

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how this beta is coming about and the intentions behind it.

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Now the obey the Yun when I will be calling them obey do not refer to me You're done. I'm sorry if I've lost you with all these names. Okay, go obey the yuan, mainly controlled and they ruled Tunis. They will do this for two centuries.

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And they ruled Egypt between 350 705 62 hitter and they ruled a sham, which is, you know, Lebanon and Jordan and Syria, those neighboring countries. And they periodically ruled over Algeria and Morocco and the Arabian Peninsula.

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They invented this celebration, so that the general Muslim populace, okay. Remember, when we look at the world today, there are 20% leaders and 80% follows

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isn't that the general the general rule 20% 80%. So this minority, they said, We want to get everyone to follow us. Okay, so they invented this celebration so that the general Muslim populace would think that they've been writing, they've been a rating of the prophet SAW Selim, and his household meant that they will descendants from the prophet SAW Selim spent,

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they spent phenomenal amounts of wealth of money on food and drink, which the people would feast on. And so year after year, people became accustomed, they become used to the celebration. And they would look forward to it until it became a practice accepted by the people and something that I grew up with. And this is when it becomes hard to shake off. You see when you become accustomed to something as a child celebrating his birthday, and then when you start to become a teenager or an adult and older and someone comes to you says big, and someone says to innovation, he said, How could that be? I'm used to that I'm grown up with that. This is the problem that we have

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to obey the human governess, celebrated numerous days, by the way, they love celebrating, and they celebrated New Year's Day they celebrated Ashura. homosassa lamb I receive it Okay, Allahu anhu the birth of a

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regular one who might have a birthday for him at the birthday of the President. You know, yeah. It was a holiday like celebrate his birthday.

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The they would celebrate the eve of the first day of French up in the eve of the middle day of Rajab, the eve of the first F sharp and the eve of the middle, they have shot on the eve of the first ever Melbourne, hey, what you're celebrating left, right and center.

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Very well considered. One of the most deviant sects,

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attributed, attributed itself to Islam, if not the most deviant of the lot.

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It is well known that most of the innovations most of the bidrar, most of the heretical actions of today, were concocted were made up by the obedient by them.

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And today, the extreme Sufis in Egypt are from amongst their descendants. And the Druze. This is one of the sects that attribute themselves to a standard called the Druze, the Druze and there are many found in a sham in Syria and certain countries are also that the sentence of the robot even

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though obey the you know, dynasty, the obey the Yuan Dynasty, and who will eventually overthrown by whom does anyone know by whom they were overthrown by a great soldier by a great warrior, and he's named jarhead. So that would be a UB so that's what demon iuv was the one that fought them and overpowered them and he conquered them.

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And he's the one who liberated Jerusalem and quotes

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from the barbaric okay crusade is

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when the when the ice now who came into control the, the the the IE you begin after selecting them up, they came to power they stopped all fall to meet practices, or obey the practices that say no more.

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But what happened is that families used to celebrate the prophet SAW sentence birthday in their house because they had become accustomed to it. So it was done all like now just in each in each home. Now and Beth and Lennie, great scholar and deftly Lenny's American scholar. He died in the year 403 of the hitron. He He's called the chef of the Sunnah and the tongue of the community, very renowned scholar of the Spooner. He was one of the fortresses of the Muslims and the people of innovation. They never experienced greater join. Then they joy at his death. They love them when he died because he fought the people that beat other people in innovation. And he was always out to

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protect the Sunnah of the prophet SAW said, he said about them better about the UN, he said, Who comun us He ruined our roof while you do not

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coolfront math, he said they are a people who outwardly reject the email net.

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In other words, abubaker and Romar, and they can still absolutely confirm, and even caffeine, he quoted him in lv daiya, when we have a serious

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historical book of history as we did in the beginning and the end, very amazing book.

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And he actually quoted him. Now, they are also the founders of the botany at the leaf, the bark at the at the leaf, what's the who are the pathania This is the name given to those groups who conceal their true belief. So what you see on the outside is different from what they what they really believe in, and they include the Shia.

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They include the the, the new site via via Wi Fi, they include the gurus, and they include

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the CEU fees and the different paths that are different today.

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And they practice what they what I call a failure, and that is they will conceal their belief and they will tell you something else outwardly.

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It returned to be officially celebrated at the beginning of the seventh century in the city of aerobilet.

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In the city of eruvin, and most of north of Iraq upon a decree from its Prince, and mozaffar, who was a swim mozaffar gave great care attention to such celebrations and he ordered martinis he ordered for large tents, okay to be to be erected, starting from the beginning of the month of supper, which is the month before the month of the oven.

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And the tents were extravagantly decorated and extended from an alpha gate to the hunt of light. And mocha Furies together after I sat and watched these festivities. Now, let's look at some of the proofs. That was a little bit of history as to how the birthday of the prophet SAW Selim originated. We spoke about people who attributed themselves to the family process and then we spoke about

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a Jew would stay out of the sentence of okay, but now let us look at

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some proof. Why we should not celebrate. The prophet SAW a loved one he was sending his birthday

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in suits in Marietta, chapter five, verse number three, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, a young woman mail to lampoon Deena

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we're at Monterey County and it one of the two lukumi semolina, today on this day, I have perfected your religion for you completed my favor upon you and have chosen for you Islam as your religion.

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In Sahih, Muslim

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a Jew came to America we read that a Jew came to America.

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And he said Commander of the Faithful, there is a verse there is an A in your book, which you recite, had this verse been revealed to us the Jews.

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We we would have taken this day as a day of rejoicing as a day of their joy, which I refer you referring to. And he told him about this a Ll XML Tula coup de la coup, that today I have perfected for you your religion. And Ahmad said, I know the day when it was revealed and the place where it was revealed. It was revealed to the prophet SAW Selim, when he was on our effects.

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And it was on a tumor it was on a Friday and as you know Juma is the weekly aid of the Muslims to weekly they have joy of the Muslims. This clearly states the religion is complete. The religion the deen of Islam is complete. It is perfect, it doesn't need additions. It doesn't need any spice. It is spicy as it is, humbler of anatomy.

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Another eye, in the parenthetical

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which is recommended to be recited every few months within chapter 18 and verse 110. Allah subhanho wa Taala says summon can judicata our behavior.

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When you should be bad at your job be he had whoever expects to meet his Lord let him work righteousness.

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I'm not sure whether you should be better at rugby, and let him ascribe no partners, no partners in worship to his Lord, even Kafeel, the commentator, one of the great commentators of the court and he said, let him work righteousness failure. Amen. Amen. I'm sorry. What does that mean? He does it means that you do actions that are in accordance with the prescribed laws of Allah, that you do actions that are within their core and from the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu sallam. And as you have noted in previous lectures, for any act of worship to be accepted by Allah azza wa jal, it must meet two conditions. If you are doing it as an act of worship, if you are doing an act of you want

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for that act to draw you near to Allah Subhana data, it must meet two conditions. The first one is sincerity. Plus, you do an act purely for the sake of Allah subhanaw taala purely to seek the pleasure of Allah subhana wa Taala and nobody else's pleasure. And secondly, that you do the act in conformity

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with the spin of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. So the two conditions for the acceptance, our sincerity of the flaws and conformity.

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So in light of this verse, and Yama, Atma, Lacombe Nakhon,

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we could say that every legislated a data shows that one is celebrating the love of the prophecy,

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because you are ensuring that they're a bird that conforms to the prophetic climates. So when you're actually performing an act of worship, and you're doing it like the weather for them, and you're ensuring that he saw Selim did it. Therefore you are, in actual fact celebrating your love of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Now, there was a couple of areas that I wanted to share with share with you from the Quran. Let's go now to the Sunnah of the prophet SAW Selim.

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In Sahih Bukhari, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he says,

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la Cutrone, Canna Aqua kinosol merci habla Maria for in NEMA, Anna Abdul Saku Abdullah who are a Sunni inside. The prophet SAW Selim, he said do not praise me excessively.

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Mohammed saw Sal and his name What does it mean? It means he's the praise one. But in Islam, there is no excessiveness like the Christians did regarding Isa regarding Jesus. So he said to pruney do not excessively praise me as the Christians praise the son of money and Son of Mary. He said, I am only his servant. So say the servant of Allah and His messenger of the light. So that's why we say Mohamed salah and Abdullah he was good he is a servant of Allah and His messenger. It's

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another another evidence that we can use here.

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The Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he said through the hadith of Sharia law, what?

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He's third once Carlos wasallam she said man Africa happy Amina Heather malaise, lemon hufa who are on the whoever introduces into this affair of ours. He said into this affair of our mind to the dunya into this affair what effect is he talking about? He's talking about Islam is talking about the deen itself.

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Man I mean, who that which is not Avi will have arrived rejected that means you will not be rewarded for it. There is no reward it is rejected, is not accepted.

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And in Sahih Muslim, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Man Nah, I'm Neela Iman and later on he

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said whoever does an action that is not in accordance with our affair. It will be rejected. And this hadith is one of the three Huggies which which which are the mothers of Heidi.

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This is one of the mothers of Hades, in which the Dean of Islam revolves around just as in the Quran, the mother of the chapters is in fact how we read no less than 17 times a day in our Salah, the mother of Hadith sub three. The first one is in Nam and another one yet actions are based upon intentions. The second until the end of the Hadith the second Hadith is an hallelujah email carabin halaal is clean, harm is clean, and between the both there are doubtful matters that we should keep away from to the end of the hobby. And the third habit is this hadith man Amina Amina

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Laser alley he ambu nakahara The whoever does an act of worship that is not in accordance with his affair of house for an action verified Of course with an affair vows will have it rejected. libelous, rude, he said some beautiful words of the mother Massoud.

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He said, lay a colon believe in Allah. Listen to these beautiful words very wise words, words of wisdom pose them. This is one of those pearls of wisdom.

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He said, Allah does not accept any saying without knowledge.

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There must be some sort of knowledge behind that saying that you are going to say in the name of Islam or the deen when I have

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colon, wild man Believe me. Allah does not accept sayings and knowledge without actions.

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And he goes on and he says, When I love Colin Wildman why I'm Alan Bella, Bella nia.

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Allah does not accept since your knowledge and your actions without proper intention. You need to have the proper intention as loss. And he goes on and he says, while I have been in love with Colin wileman while I'm Alan, when he returned

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Illa either wealth

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or wealth because tuna can be salam, O Allah. Allah does not accept sayings, knowledge, actions, intention, unless it's in accordance with the sun, the way of the Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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have to live in Muskogee Allahu anhu. He said, it took me a while

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to catch up to him. He said follow. In other words, follow the word process and do not innovate. For you have been sufficed I was you have been sufficed in guidance. mm Malik Rahim Allah to Allah, he said, as to know to subpoena to know he gave an analogy between the swindler and the Noah's Ark. And he said the sooner is like the rescue ship of mela.

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gets on board will be saved.

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And whoever is left behind doesn't get on board is didn't

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that which made the form of part of the Muslim nation guidance is the only thing is the only thing that will make the latter part of it guided.

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And in in America Hey, mahalo,

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Tyler, he also said, my name is lanie Baker Chang Yara Hashanah for kazama anna Muhammadan sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, Han RSL, whoever innovates or whoever does an act of innovation in Excel and he sees it as being hustler who sees as being good for kazama to him, he thinks, therefore, it is it is a saying that Mohammed Salah has Han armacell he has

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he has not fulfilled the message.

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He has not fulfilled the Mohammed has not fulfilled the message. It's incomplete.

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And he said he goes when he says if Coca Cola Lucha Allah read recite the words of Allah, Allah Yama, xml fula Khun Dena, what are the 2123 all of these will have to Mr. Medina, he said recite that verse that we spoke about earlier. Okay, today I have perfected your religion for you. completed my favor upon you and accepted stem as you read that. That's enough.

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And he said words that should be written in gold. He said, family lahmacun Yama eating dinner, Deena whatever was not Dean, whatever was not Islam at the time of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam laya Coolio Medina is it is not religion today. If it wasn't religion, then it's not religion today. Well, I used to live who had the hill map and nothing will benefit the latter part of this map. So us and the future Muslim generations

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Let the masala happy he uh well, except what reformed and what was best and beneficial for the first part. So whatever was good then is is good later Islam, the teachings of Islam and suddenly to understand and internalize that the teachings of Islam are good uplifiting are beneficial, are great for every time every place every people and to the dub judgment doesn't matter what you eat doesn't matter what technology It doesn't matter what the world is going through. If Allah Subhana Allah subhanaw taala he revealed the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah to be followed until the day of judgment. That's what he wants.

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And good intentions are not enough. Good intentions are not enough. As I mentioned to you last week, the story of after the death of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. This is an incident that we find in sunon Academy

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whereby the well known hadith of of the lead Massoud

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ashari, he sets up the lead

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the lead, I have seen something in the masjid, which I haven't seen before, but I think it's good. So what did you see? He said, You see tomorrow.

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He said, I saw some people in the masjid, sitting in circles, awaiting for the prayer. And in every circle, there was a man, and in the hands, they were pebbles. And he said, the man will serve Him. Say Allahu Akbar 100 times so they will count with the pebbles that Allah

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Allah, say, Allah

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subhanaw taala with SPF 100 climate now it says 100 times, and so on and so forth. So what did you say to him? He said, I didn't say anything. I'm waiting for you. I can't tell you. I'm waiting for your opinion. So he went, he went with him to them. And he came through one of those circles. And he stood over them. And he said, What is this that you were doing? They said, Yeah, man. These are cables with which we count the tech beam, and the lien and the test Bay. He said, to say your article, he said, count your sins, woke you oma of Mohammed, how soon you have drifted into the way of doom, even though the companions of the Prophet SAW send them as still alive amongst you.

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And his garments and the vessels he used as to not worn out or broken anything recently.

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He said by the one in whose hand is my soul, either you are following a way that is more guided than the way of Mohammed sauce Allen, or you are starting away. There is a way of misguidance and then they said, this is what they said this is their response. They said, Yeah, man, we didn't intend anything but good. Our intention is good intention.

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People that worship Allah in misguided ways with innovative ways or radical ways. Do you not agree that they have good intentions, of course they have good intentions or bad intentions.

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And then he says he made a statement that also should be written in gold. And he said, how many of those who intend good they never attain it? Many people they intend good, but they don't achieve that good.

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So the intention, as I said is not enough before the parliament have said

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they must be also the conformity of the center of the Senate. And in the Hadith, Abu Abu Hamza Salim said a year or more for in a column of the second beta, we will have the newly devised the face for every new thing is a bit out and every bit is a misguidance.

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So a true follower of the prophesied Selim is one who does not follow blindly any shape,

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blindly follow any shape. It doesn't matter how long he's been is, how, how big his turban is, how short his stove may be. The attire the eloquence that doesn't matter. This is I mean, this is all very good. This is all part of the Islam and part of the dress code of Islam and part of the way a Muslim must display himself. Yes, this is fine and good. But do not be hypnotized by a person's eloquence or looks. Tell him he said in nominal paella Sarah that some people they mesmerize you with their speech. I know how to talk to have good tongues.

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Be careful that every eloquent speaker means that he is on the hammock that he is on the truth.

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So if anyone asks you for your chef who is your chef, my chef is Rasul Allah.

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This is our attitude towards the prophet SAW Selim, he is our chef.

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In apa barani, there is a hadith which shows

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that there is nothing left.

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There is nothing left that takes one closer to paradise, or distances, one from the fire, except that I have made it clear to you, the deal is complete, it's sealed, it's a done deal. That's it. There's no need to add anything to the DNA of Islam.

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Now, some of the practices of the moment that I want to share with you, we can move on inshallah Allah is one or more individuals, known to be gifted in voice and experienced in recital are brought for the duration of selected portions of the car. So they bring these people to the morning and they start to recite and read part of the setup process. And they recount the prophet SAW Selim noble lineage they recounted and they describe the process telling his physical appearance. And his characteristics has shown that it is it's called his shaman. And all this is usually chanted and sung, accompanied by chorus of those present or they beat the death.

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And all of this is also followed by a traditional story in which the stage is set for the awaited moment. And that is the promised last cylinders, mother's

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eminence delivery of the Prophet solo himself. And at the announcement of the birthday of the of the prophesized aliens birth, everyone in attendance, what do they do? They stand up, and they remain, they remain on their feet for several moments in memory of this flourescent event. Some of these festivals, they include dancing. Some of these festivals include music, or musical instruments. Some of these festivals include the free mixing of men and women.

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These festivals involve many prohibitions, and some of them even lead to associating partners in the worship of Allah Subhana Allah dialing in some of these festivals

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and some of these festivals, poems are read out. One of the poems that is often recited is a poem, which is known as an Buddha, and Buddha,

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which is a poem and I'm going to just read, attributed to the Prophet said that I'm going to

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read some of it and it says, You're a crumb a healthy manly man Aloo de

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which means you, Warhammer sauce Allah, our most honorable of all creation.

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I have

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men say, Matt alludes to be his co worker in the afternoon in hydrophila anime, I have none but you to resort to with adversities before me. I resort to you whenever I have an adversity. So whenever I'm going through a hardship, I turned to you, but who do we turn to either sell, sell or sell assets?

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You ask you ask Allah for the first time and when you seek help and aid you seek it from Allah

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and they come on and they say in this in the paragraph, the words are second emini, judicata dunya we're going

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to have

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one Min alumacraft anymore Loki will call me and from your generosity, you have provided this world and the Hereafter,

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you know, what is in the preserved tablet and you know the Divine Decree?

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This is a this is a watershed

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analysis, this is found in the palm of the of the Alberta Alberta.

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So, there are many other poems which include seeking refuge with the prophet SAW Selim, seeking his aid, attributing certain divine characteristics and attributing knowledge of the unseen to him in the end of chapter seven of the four and verse 188. Allah subhanaw taala says

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the words of Mohammed Salim Lam liquid enough's enough and voila Illa Masha Allah

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to Allah Allah. Hi, Eva

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For coming up to my moustache,

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he said, I was masasa lamb, I hope not for myself the power of benefit or harm except what Allah has willed. And if I knew the unsane, he said, and if I knew the unsane I could have acquired much wealth, and no harm would have touched me. The prophet SAW Selim does not know the unseen except for that which Allah subhana wa Taala inspired him with or revealed to him. So what is the origin of birthdays is the next point. What is the origin of birthdays, birthday celebrations are distinctly pagan in origin, Christmas, birthdays, Easter, New Year's baptism, and many other holiday celebrations have direct pagan origins.

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birthday candles, and celebrations were associated with the practice of astrology, a practice that is condemned in the Bible.

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The customs of offering congratulations presenting gifts and celebrating completes with lighted candles in ancient times, will make to protect the birthday celebrant from the demons and to ensure his security from the coming in the Christmas tree mistletoe and the date of December the 25th all originate or associate with pagan religions. Down to the fourth century Christianity down to the fourth century century Christianity.

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Christianity rejected the birthday celebration as a pagan custom sets of halala even

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even Christians did not believe in birthdays until they were duped into this pagan ritual.

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And if you look in the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, you will find no mention anywhere of any of the saints observing their birthdays. In fact, even the exact date of the birth of Jesus of a silent son of Jesus Christ is nowhere revealed in the Scripture.

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The Universal custom of observing Christmas as the birth of Christ on December The 25th is acknowledged by all historical authorities as having no basis in actual fact.

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Jesus Christ was born nowhere near December the 25th.

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So, Allah subhanho wa Taala says, while Mahmud II you do I do about a wine read when levina

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Tommy Luma ala nabina.

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Allah wants to accept your repentance. Allah wants you to repeat if you commit sin allowance to repentance, and he wants to forgive you,

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however, but those who followed their desires will follow their lusts and passions and misguided ways. wants you to digress into a great deviation. The agents of the shape barn they want to throw at you these birthdays and these things. In Sudan, Abu Dawood, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said men to shed the home in fact woman that whoever resembles or emulates a people, the ways is one of them.

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And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he prophesized, he said that you will tread the same path, you Muslims will trade the same path, as was threatened by those before you inch by inch and step by step, so much so that if they had entered into the hole of the lizard, you would follow them also in this to the Sahaba. They said yes to the law. Do you mean the Jews and the Christians human will follow the Jews and the Christians? He said, Who else? In other words, you will follow them around? every nook and cranny around every bend? Just as is the lizards How is very spirally it's very low. Okay, this is how the Muslims will become they'll start to follow the ways of the Jews and

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the ways of the Christians. So the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam prophesized this, I want to ensure Tyler sort of endof on just a few

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common misconceptions and refuting the arguments that are given by those who favor the molad.

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This is very, very interesting. Number one,

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as for refuting some of the verses mentioned to support the arguments

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The response to the argument is that the prophet SAW Selim made it very clear to his Sahaba the meanings of the Quran, just as the token the pronunciation. So the meanings of the Quran are very clear.

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The Sahaba knew the meanings of the Quran.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says within 144 44 one zelner elated Vikram Li to Beijing and in nasty man lucilla la and we revealed to you the message that is the poor and that you may make clear to the people what was sent down to them. Secondly, amongst the arguments that is used, is that they say, Well, look, the prophet SAW Selim was fast on Mondays.

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And when he was asked about the reason was his response, part of his response was, this was the day I was born on.

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Now, how can we refute this?

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The celebration should be if you want to celebrate, it should be in the same way the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam expressed his gratitude, and that is how did the process Allen do it? He fasted if you want to use this argument. Then He fasted he observed the cm

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and we know that the prophet SAW some of it yourself only chose the best acts of worship. Secondly, the way this argument can be refuted, is the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam he did not faster there is perfect. He didn't fast 12 over and over.

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And we as we said, is not the Santos opinion of his birthday anyway.

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Thirdly, regarding this reason that they gave the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, He fasted out of thankfulness for Allah for having sent him as a messenger to all of mankind. And

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he did not, in addition, add to the fast a celebration, so He fasted but he didn't also add an actual celebration, which included gathering and included poetry and cetera. So he limited his joy to what to fasting not to celebration.

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Fourthly, you can refute this claim

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is that his birthday, the 12th, etc, was never singled out for any event. Therefore, there is no such significance in the day itself. And so how interesting it is, okay, that there are 1000s there are millions of Muslims who celebrate the birthday of the prophet SAW Selim, right, and how many of them actually fast Mondays, how many of them observed the sun, you see, as Matt mentioned, anytime, as soon as a from a beta is introduced, a common innovation is introduced. Okay. And that is removed. And this is a very clear example, how many of those people truly fast Mondays as an ad of the love for the day that he was going solo?

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Another argument that comes about is that when the posts are selling, they say arrived to Medina, he found the juice fasting, and he asked him about this day and they informed him that this is the day that Allah subhana wa Tada. He saved Moosa and his followers from drowning, and he destroyed fit around in his army. So they say, well, when the when the Prophet heard of this great event, he said, we have more rights, and he's and he commanded the Muslims too fast. And he commanded the Muslim so fast that I would have known as Ashura.

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So this argument is that the prophet SAW Selim observed the practice of commemorating major incidents, which had occurred in the past, so we should also commemorate his birthday. This is a major incident, the grounding of of Freetown and the savior of Musa is a major incident and he'll say, look, we should also have fast.

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They said, well, it's a major incident. Why don't we also celebrate the conference ourselves birthday, which is a major incident, how do we refute this? The reputation is very easy. Number one, one of the greatest incidents that occurred is the sending of gibreel

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alayhis salaam, and he's teaching the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam the first verses a Cora, Cora, Arabic Allah, Allah, Allah Allah, Allah.

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Allah Allah, Allah is not is this not a major incident? In Why did the prophet SAW Selim not celebrated? Second, the Islam and the marriage, the night jr the process whereby the process of inhuman some of the prophets whereby he went beyond where no man or Angel has has ever been, whereby a loss of Hannah with Allah who spoke to him whereby the salad was ordered, whereby the concluding episode revealed

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Get the promise I set up any Sahaba never celebrated and it's a major event. Thirdly, what about the hatred of a Mecca to Medina? That's a major event. Why wasn't it celebrated by the Sahaba.

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The great bachelor furthered the conquest of Mecca whenever celebrated. So the argument to say that our looking at he first heard the dash Ashura because it's a major event, we can also we can also celebrate his birthday, it was a major event, this is also refuted, and false.

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And furthermore, the promises send them he ordered for a specific and known date to be fasted, and that is the 10th of Muharram. It's a specific date. It's a known day, where it's his birthday. It's not a specific day. It's not a known day.

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We don't know the exact date.

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Moving on to one of the primary listen to this one. One of the primary evidences used in support of celebrating the quality of the proper size seller is as follows. There is a hobby, there is a hobby. It is filmed in Sahara Buhari, the book of marriage, volume seven, Chapter 21, happy number 38.

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So they don't say that we don't get any we're not acknowledging the Hadith we acknowledge the Hadith.

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It's the hadith of otowa. He narrated that swaybar was the freed slave yo of Abu lahab, Abu lahab, the free slave girl of Abu lahab, whom he had set free.

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And then she sat with the Prophet sallahu Allah He was sending him to Krishna from when Abu lahab died, when I will not have died. One of his relatives saw him in a dream in a very bad state and asked him

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what have you encountered. Abu lahab said, I have not found any rest since I left you

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except that I have been given water to drink in this. And he indicated the space between his thumb and his other fingers.

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And that is because of my setting free of labor. Because I set free for way back that's what Allah has given me that little bit of water a little bit of relief.

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So what is the argument the argument is this that Abu lahab a disbeliever.

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Abdullah Happy metab

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at this believer disbeliever

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clearly condemned in the end, he will reside in the Hellfire forever benefited from setting free his slaves away back out of joy on the day of the birth of the prophet SAW Selim. So they say that the prophet SAW Selim was born on this day and then a Buddha had because he was so he was overcome with joy that this young child was born. Okay, he set her free because of him.

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And have this is from them behind and how do we refute them number one, this hoodie, the hoodie cannot be used as evidence because it is one of those hobbies, which is known as a motorcycle heavy

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as and half would have been harder. How could have been hazard the great scholar in his fat, which is a commentary on Sahih Bukhari he says Uber did not mention the name of the one he narrated from the head it has a missing link. This is known as Hadith more serve as a missing link. So we don't know if the person that he took from was reliable or not.

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And the basic rule adopted by many of the scholars of Hadith is that you cannot act upon a moose Alhaji because Hadith deemed as muscle a part of the life a weak category of the Hadith, because we don't know about the truthfulness, the truthfulness about the one who narrated it and in this case, it's interesting to read from now Buhari only declared the Hadith which have an unbroken chain, which is known as senate mocassin as in his compilation, secondly, so the first proof is that the Hadith is Manasa. Secondly, supposing the chain was unbroken?

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Are we going to take by that Heidi, it cannot be used as evidence because Islamic rulings are not deduced from dreams.

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We don't take out Deen from dreams

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and half even hedger. He also mentioned this. Number three, the setting free of the waiver

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in this motorcycle Heidi was before she breastfed the prophet SAW

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it is well known amongst the authors who compiled about the Sierra topographers wa sallam that she was sick free after. She breastfed. The prophet SAW Selim by a long time, as is mentioned by Eben haggard in alpha.

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So she was sent free after.

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So and it's also been mentioned in other books such as cyber feminism Sahaja it's been mentioned by prophet even at the bottom, Phil, Phil strp. Estimated has had, it's also been mentioned by officer Josie

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Mustafa. So here I'm trying to quote a number of scholars not just one scholar.

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Now, this was the fourth refutation is this more sylheti implies that a careful Abu lahab can benefit from his good actions. This contradicts the general meaning of the Quran eververse which says what cuz even Elijah, Muhammad amin, amin

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and mancora. And we shall regard in other words on the Day of Judgment, what they have done as deeds and make them as dispersed thus, someone may ask, what about the uncle of the prophet SAW Salah Abu Dhabi, why will his punishment be reduced when he also died as a character? Well, his punishment will be reduced the answer is B. He says exception to the basic principle for the general principle. Okay, because he received the death of the prophet SAW Selim, as we find in Sahih. Muslim, the prophet SAW Selim, c'est la lucha Lucia Akiyama piano that perhaps my intercession will benefit him. But if a character dies, none of his good actions benefit him. That's it Hellfire forever. If a

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character dies, he dies in a state of Kufa Khufu does not believe in Allah does not believe in the message of Mohammed Salim is the last prophet all the tenants have an amen?

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another reputation is the joy of Abu lahab towards the birth of his brother's son is very natural.

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It wasn't a joy based on the obedience of Allah. It wasn't like Okay, look up my you know, my,

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my, my nephew is born and I am now going to set free this slave, okay for the sake of Allah wasn't even done like that. He was joy that every that everyone has for themselves who has for his brother for his best friend.

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Okay, and so Furthermore, in order to be rewarded for a joy, it must be for the sake of Allah and this does not appear to be the case with Abu lahab. Now, also, there is done mentioning in the narration of it, despite its weakness, as we mentioned, the akula had freed his slaves away, but on Monday, it has also been fabricated. No Is there any mentioning that he freed her because she gave him the glad tidings of protoplasm. As some might claim,

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another refutation regarding this Hadith, there is no authentic report that Abu lahab was joyful over the birth of the Prophet salallahu alayhi wasallam.

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And there are no authentic reports that the way that informed Abu lahab about the prophet SAW Selim.

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This is all made up.

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Another proof is

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another argument of solid concrete with this one.

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If the majority of the Muslims are practicing it, practicing the molad millions of Muslims around the world they practice the morning doesn't mean that is permissible. Doesn't it mean that there are so many Muslims in the world they celebrate the moment doesn't that make it good? Come on, you know all these Muslims, can they get it wrong? Is it possible? Well, guess what? Of course they could. Allah subhanaw taala tells us so in the Quran, Allah subhana wa tada says in an AMA chapter six, verse 116, we're in truth here at Sara manfield Rv to the Luca and severely left ear Tabby owner Illa one hour in home Illa Jaco soon. And if you obey most of the people on earth, they will mislead

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you from the way of Allah. They follow not except assumption and they are not but falsifying.

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And the most pathetic image different places he mentions, what Colleen now whom they are few always the believers are few, they are among a minority. The prophet SAW Selim referred to us as

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He said to ballyhoura back, glad tidings to the strangers and the strangers are always a few. And a loss of power. Tyler says Nepal and waka leave on a bad day Shaku and there is always a few who are who show gratitude and thanks towards.

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So these are some of the arguments that were used by those who endorsed the molad and how to refute some of the arguments. Finally, some concluding words inshallah we'll tie that, let's summarize. Let's summarize.

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The exact date of the first time is said is unknown. It was not practiced by any of the three favorite generations, the prophesize lm endorsed and spoke of.

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And is it possible also, for a quarterback for active worship? Is it possible for a quarterback to be hidden from the center of the three generations?

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Also, all those who celebrate it, acknowledge it came after a period, it was not part of the practice of the Muslims. They claim it to be a bit of a hassle. They claim it to be a good data, but the question is, who made it hasn't Who made it? Who told you it hasn't?

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How could it? How could it goodness escape? The the *, the * the people of Hasson and at the head is Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. It came into place 300 years after the different crops are selling. It was introduced by the obey the Yun,

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who referred to themselves as fatemiyoun. The sentence of a Jew by the name of obeyed the law and may mourn.

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And it seems for a while, after some effort to topple the regime, and then it was reintroduced by a team in Arabic north of Iraq was the name of Allah.

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And the prophet SAW Selim predicted and whoever shall live from amongst we shall witness a great deal of difference. And I spoke about the pagan origin of birthdays we spoke about the hadith of elicits hope. We spoke about verses from the Qur'an show that the deen is complete hadith of innovation and, and beta and the sayings of some of the seller regarding innovations and some of the arguments and reputations, and we know for sure that the prophesize lm dive on the 12th of prabir will outwell in the 11th year of the hijra, therefore, surely this makes that day worthy of sadness than happiness? Is it is it not worthy for that day to be a day of sadness and happiness? Since we

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know for sure that he died on the 12th of February? What should we celebrate? This we should celebrate?

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that how do we celebrate? Yes, we celebrate. We celebrate. Every year, every month, every week and every hour, we celebrate every moment, we celebrate by emulating his son by mimicking his son, but following his way, the right and the godly right of way that he wanted us to follow.

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Allah subhanho wa Taala says, in contrast to his own Allah, Fett, Tabby, only qumola and I'm going to conclude with this verse.

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Allah says pull say Mohammed to them. Pull in kuntum to hipbone Allah, if you love love, if you love a love, it could come to

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listen to what comes next. He said, he said, the only follow me is I love me, says, follow me. You

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follow me and Allah will love you. Rule of Allah comes by following in the footsteps of apocrypha Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and this expanded Allium Ron, the third chapter of the Quran, verse 31. And so my dear brothers and sisters in Islam, the means don't justify the ends. These are the words that I leave you with. An Allah subhanho to Allah knows best. Wa sallallahu wasallam Agha Khan and a beginner

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