Categories Of Tawheed Part 4

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You have to go back and try to research as much as possible.

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And

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that is correct.

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Because it certainly make an error in a particular thing.

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I found that to be correct. So therefore, I'm going to reject that individual perfect

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Emily scholar

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has made and

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will make no mistakes in terms of conveying the nurses and

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everybody else after you're

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obliged

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to follow those who seem to be following the tops of the

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companions and scholars in charge of Hello.

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Hello.

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We're looking at the language

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considerations, it may be something because this is by narration, it may be something explained by a companion to students or the compiler that just word news this evening. And notice something as understood by the people in the dealer

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teams that means, this is the source where they got the explanation for that may even be familiar to generations where they

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want to work out for example, another American

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tactical

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arbitrage and he went when he was gathering the materials,

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he went to the bedroom, oftentimes you run to the beggars whose language in the name Sure,

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sometimes

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poetry or Islamic poetry

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to build up that body of

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the dictionary,

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no,

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that was

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at the time

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that will be included in

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the seven meetings or seven several dialects revealed. So, this is included in that you know, because this is all part of narration, which the companions and the students narrated down to us at the club

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reading this way, and it was also read in that way, this word with you sometimes some revelation from the past

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in other applications,

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looking to see what is allowed and what is not allowed.

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The things which are forbidden,

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forbidden,

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forbidden meat,

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down

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three talks about what

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similarly, we have to be determining what can we do

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another direct act of worship,

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what you do is acceptable

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evidence

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for I would say rather than have

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a very

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large sense that we should ask

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for those who give us information.

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Rather than say that way, I would say is there any evidence from the planet

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asking for proof

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than before

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Okay,

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everybody, I will take it

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to work

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in our reality gun from the time of

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when they're in the process of coming to decisions,

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concentrated in Medina

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River.

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And it was called the Sahaba. Together, they were out there anybody had anybody heard anything about them?

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Before they knew any decision they would ask for

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anything.

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Remember,

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somebody stood up and said, Yes, I heard.

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I also read I was there or I read another case.

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So he was asking, did

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you know?

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Those who know if you don't know?

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If you don't know? And then he also says, No, you should not.

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We should not

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talk about those things.

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In other words, you should

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select USA and furthermore, at all times

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doubtful individuals

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questionable character, or deviant or personally

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when it comes to you with information

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or standards, where if a person makes a statement concerning somebody's taxes, and we don't have evidence in our last

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four years again,

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there are many actual records where truth has been asked for evidence has been stopped.

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proficiency in the requirements indicates that the seeking of proof may be compulsory in some cases may be recommended and others may be acceptable and others

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depends on the circumstance or particular issue.

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A lot requested or being she

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doesn't mean

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and the compliance department

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in that passion and very excited for and all the people who are seeking

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the recitation of firearms

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from dealing with

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the use of the crime from the point of view of

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like tallies where people are writing some piece of paper and roll it up in a barrel and hanging around your neck around your waist and this kind of thing kind of methodology you know, where it starts to resemble the amulet from the pagans is

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not acceptable.

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selling the message is comparatively over somebody

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came under the influence of magic in order to further define naturalism review

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versus

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magic spells looking

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for

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reputation for for signatures, is

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the method used by the companions that he was

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hanging a necklace ticket on your wall

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All right.

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Arnold is the same for

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innovations in

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science

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are

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easily defined as this as indicated.

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In the case of

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other factors,

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the weak narrations, and his old narrations of violent crime is crime.

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So, those factors will come with other

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aspects of extending themselves

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within the context, and what the companions have to say.

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Also,

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these concepts largely valid in the context of

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writing style.

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No

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script allowed to have changed in time, if you were to look at some of the early

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look at class, if you look

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if I were to say your manuscript

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from the 21st century, you could hardly understand dots and dashes in a single

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revolution

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it didn't stop at one point in

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time property of those

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300 years

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confusing Well, a number of different 16

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was very strong either hydrates you know, are not sure really.

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And then some of them became the most commonly used for crime and in handwriting

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became the most common use only for

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reference

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from

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the evolve

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writing

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a word for example, so, the word

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is made up of

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how you write these letters

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does not affect the fact that those letters are we're

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not allowed

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to remove any letters

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right. Now, this is natural for languages to develop, because members single origin by typing you know, the type of instruments used for writing are very now we are

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evolving society

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in our last lecture view is that

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without a commentary,

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for governmental

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takeover without the commentary,

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you need to give them some commentary.

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And probably, in spite of all the errors and everything that exists

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Use of commentary titled, extensive,

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unfortunately, does have a lot of

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profanity, you know, one of

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the one of the best ones to

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Pixar does without commentary

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without commentary

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to be as

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reference to human beings

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in reference to human beings, you know that

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there are some other incidents that occurred in the silos governments are

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trying

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not to allow.

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Again,

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we're dealing with a saturation of the price, right?

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So for our purposes, it doesn't really affect us.

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even think about our because picking

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your house outside of that, if you do a translation of the bonds, generally accepted that, you know, whatever the words of the crime are more

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than that.

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someone's looking for government sent letters to the leaders of Roman

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which had kradic verses in them in capitals are going to pick it up, or whatever, you know, but for our purposes, it was perfectly

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Do you know where there's some difference of opinion?

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most general opinion is that

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my personal results, take a little

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it would appear that the evidence supports that.

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You know,

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that looks below the ankles.

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And this is a general statement specific for prayer. So the idea

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is making Salaam and Lillian McClellan there's

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actually nothing keeping with the

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motive.

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Looking at these heavies via

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the view that if you're

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not allowed to drink Sandy would have to make those have these

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other companions

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and review where it is allowable. That

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would seem to be you know, this would involve doing both of these together. You know, the idea of merging ascending or descending. This is a recommendation not to do so.

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Not really fear

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based on the actual company,

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slogan alone.

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Love to help her show

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fundamental principles

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of fire

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In our lives,

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identical philosophical concepts

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in the next lecture